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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    An oldie from my files - Rollei 6008, Ektachrome scanned with Nikon 9000.

    Bill, love this shot and I don't usually respond to landscapes. Brrr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    An oldie from my files - Rollei 6008, Ektachrome scanned with Nikon 9000.

    ....delicate and beautiful image

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsrfun View Post
    Again, that is a spectacular image....What is mid-West? however, a few examples..AR Mt Mag-2753'. OK Black Mesa 4973', KS Mt. Sunflower 4039', NB White Bluff 3506, SD Harney Point 5424', etc.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...s_by_elevation

    I doubt if any of those places have a better view than that of the Arkansas river valley, at sunset, in the Fall, from the top of Magazine Mountain.

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    Well said Steve. It depends heavily on my personal definition of Midwest and I should have been more specific. I think of the more westerly peaks as part of the Rockies. Here in Arkansas we take some liberty with our terminology .

    Thank you for the kind words, Mt. Mag is a 2.5 hour drive from my home and on my weekly trek around the state this time of year. The real color has still not popped but I doubt I'll do any better, maybe ever. This was shot 15 minutes after sunset and I was fortunate to catch an evening with everything working together like that. It was my last exposure of the day.

    That's what I love about landscape photography, experiences like that are simply magical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    An oldie from my files - Rollei 6008, Ektachrome scanned with Nikon 9000.

    Wonderful Bill!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    An oldie from my files - Rollei 6008, Ektachrome scanned with Nikon 9000.
    At least with Ektachrome, cold scenery actually looked cold. Problem was, warm scenery usually did too!

    Great shot Bill! Colors and composition work well
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    Golden Gate Bridge...such a magnetic construction...perhaps because its famous, perhaps the bridge itself is an attraction. But everyone who visits San Francisco is obligated to visit. I rather like the bridge...don't you?



    More (and larger) pics of the bridge at my blog as usual:

    http://peter-chong.blogspot.com/2010...alifornia.html

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    Thanks, Cunim, Ceh and Ed!
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    We building our new livingroom below the roof. In the meantime i used it once as my new atelier;-) H4d-40 35-90mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by rem View Post
    We building our new livingroom below the roof. In the meantime i used it once as my new atelier;-) H4d-40 35-90mm
    Nice

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    Thanks Marc! It was for the Lady pretty cold! ;-)

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    Another from my Rollei 6008 days.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rem View Post
    We building our new livingroom below the roof. In the meantime i used it once as my new atelier;-) H4d-40 35-90mm
    Excellent!
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    model + 110/2.8 + RZ IIProD + Leaf Aptus 54s + Quadra (2 heads)

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    Love the pose and setting! (but find the window distracting...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Love the pose and setting! (but find the window distracting...)
    window there to offset fake fireplace (rectangle - rectangle), and to create diagonal. Without it it composition will be offbalance too much for me taste. And as it is - curves work against corners and rectangles, adding more snake-ishness to it But then its just me..

    But i need to ponder on this, actually. May be you right and i ought to just clone it out in photoshop. Thanks

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    Beautiful model, nice pose and I like the color scheme. I'm with Jack on the window Sergei. The blinds visually touching the model is bothersome but more important, the blue outside distracts from the great color and tonalities inside.

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    Love the color Bill.
    Last edited by etrump; 14th November 2010 at 20:35.

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    White Rock Mountain in the Ozark National Forest.

    Cambo RS, 35mm XL, P65+:


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    a walk to the hometown., H4d-40 HC 80mm. The sun was already gone. The second is 1h later with 400iso. You see the Eiger/Eigernordwand, Mönch and Jungfrau. Where I have a shoot this Friday:-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rem View Post
    a walk to the hometown., H4d-40 HC 80mm. The sun was already gone. The second is 1h later with 400iso. You see the Eiger/Eigernordwand, Mönch and Jungfrau. Where I have a shoot this Friday:-)
    What a beautiful place it is where you live.

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    Yes its nice Marc. Because Switzerland is so small, you ar very fast in very different parts of the country. To the mountains you see in the background its about 1h.

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    here one from a young lady in the rooms below where comes the livingroom. The restauration should be finished in the spring and so fare it will be somtimes a location to shoot some pictures;-) I like the old style.

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    pic forgotten... its with the 35-90mm hc

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    here two lowlight from my walk around thru the town. 800iso, 80mm, 1/30sec and 1/60sec freehand. It was pretty dark...

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    and the last one, with 1600iso. The difference between 800 and 1600 iso seems to be big. Should it not be possible via firmware also to make a step between, like the S2 1250iso...?

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    Great images rem. You live in a beautiful area.

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    Autumn Hardwoods from the national forest this past week. Fall was very late this year and pretty much over now. A little depressing when Autumn fades to 4 months of empty branches.






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    Awww.. proper autumn colours. Nice!

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    Thanks Ed, I like your pictures from the forest so much. Very nice!

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    Srgei, I like your pic from the model! Windows yes or now, I'm not shure, but yes, my eyes go very often to the left, the window...

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Great images rem. You live in a beautiful area.
    Agreed REM, very nice. I've been all around Switzerland. One of my favorite places to visit... can't wait to go back with my MFDB as opposed to 35mm the last few times.

    Great work.

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    Ed, I'm jealous!
    Congrats on a great series. The White Mtn shot must be spectacular as a big print.
    And you're right about the colors going - we've lost 95% of ours now. (I got the last ones in the Leica thread!)
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    S2 - 35 mm - night


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    Looks sooo real.

    Great color and composition.
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    xpixel, das gseht cool us! I wish I had the Cruz as a model...;-)

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    S2 - 120 mm


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    @ xpixel

    Superb macro capture.

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    got to clear eyes of dead fly Live ones never got that grey film bits over them.

    Nice shot overwise

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    Quote Originally Posted by symbolphoto View Post
    Agreed REM, very nice. I've been all around Switzerland. One of my favorite places to visit... can't wait to go back with my MFDB as opposed to 35mm the last few times.

    Great work.
    Agree too...beautiful town, beautiful images. BTW, which town are you in REM? I have been to Switzerland countless times...but curiously never shot MF in CH before. This Jan, after the SIHH, I will spend some time up the Jura...hopefully can catch nice winter scenes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    got to clear eyes of dead fly Live ones never got that grey film bits over them.
    It's precisely that ghostly look that I found so appealing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithL View Post
    It's precisely that ghostly look that I found so appealing.
    ah i just do remember short story about couple of "autumn" flies crawling about window, that i read like 20-odd years ago. Imprinted in me mind - was pretty good one, on how you shouldn't ever give up.

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    H4D-40 35-90mm at 70mm.

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    Hassy H4D-40.

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    Will, very cool image --- I really like it!
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    cheers Jack!
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    Hassy H4D-40.

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    Will Ophuis - nice shot.

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    Hello! This site is fantastic! I'm getting back to landscapes. I loved my old Pentax 67 gear, but it's long gone. I'm feeling the draw of MF again, and this thread is all the motivation I could hope for.

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    Playing around with some processing.

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    Like Guy, I am working with a new B&W technique. Here is a rework of the Mono Lake Squall I posted earlier. This is actually a 2 image stitch, shot a few minutes earlier than the prior image with a wider lens. Based on feedback, I have revised my crop too:

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    jack:

    crop looks good, like the diagonal leading into the light and the skimming light on the foreground hill is nicely emphasized. are you getting a true black in the very center? this image looks like it wants to be full range, ...almost

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