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    Good catch John: There is true black, but it's not that hill in the background center. It's actually the darkest shadows along the island at the left and the mountain far right and the foreground tree shadows.
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    Here's another, playing with some settings:

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    These are old (very), but they *were* taken with a Yashica 6x6 and a Pentax 67. First is Mt. Auburn Cemetary in Cambridge, Mass.

    Here is a view of Chinatown in Manhattan.


    Thanks for looking,

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    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:

    Great tones in this one, and I like the new crop. This is better than your earlier ones, I think.

    Cheers, -Peter

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    Thanks Peter, I think so too!
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    So don't hold us in suspense, Jack - what new B&W technique? Educate us!

    It is certainly most effective!

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    matt:

    love he b/w shots, the cemetery high contrast treatment really works

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    So don't hold us in suspense, Jack - what new B&W technique? Educate us!

    It is certainly most effective!

    Bill
    Hi Bill,

    I *promise* to share, but it has to be when the time is right --- probably still a few weeks off yet. I will give you a hint though, and that is that the two posted images are "split-toned"
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    Another from Nova Scotia..I really like using negative Clarity in C1 for this sort of scene.
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    Split toned, eh!

    Well well....doesn't mean a thing to me...!

    But I'm very pleased with my B&W in the X1 thread.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    jlm:

    Thank you!

    It was one of those dark afternoons where the light suddenly shines off the stone. You can see more shadow detail in the print, but the overall feel on screen is similar.

    I hope to have some MF shots from this century to show soon.

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    More race stuff

    Broke out the P40 and tried the 150d for the first time at the last race of the year. Hope you enjoy a little something different

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterL View Post
    Great tones in this one, and I like the new crop. This is better than your earlier ones, I think.

    Cheers, -Peter
    I agree..
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    Going off the deep end here. LOL Trying a few looks




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    Guy,

    I love the lifelike shapes in the second picture. It adds a feeling of motion in a perfectly still and brooding environment.

    Matt

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    Another old Pentax 67 shot. The buildings haven't changed, so the same shot is available some 25 years later.



    You know, I might have printed this cropped a bit. What do you think?

    Best,

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    Very cool perspective Matt!
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    Yep, this is closer to how I used to print it.

    Thanks for looking,

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Guy,

    I love the lifelike shapes in the second picture. It adds a feeling of motion in a perfectly still and brooding environment.

    Matt
    Thanks Matt appreciate the comment
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    Dear all;

    I got the the studio with a set of twins ..... quite a fun shoot. Much more so than my last workshop based one where the ZD suffered from not enough light. This time, ISO 100 F8 was the rule of the day, and this is what I bought the back for. When I look at the quality of these files, it's clearly me that is the limit, not the camera, but still fun to dream of a 40mpix back that has ISO 800 and shoots at a good frame rate




    Oh the joys of MF, thought I had the focus nailed, then realized in post, realized I was shooting with to thin a DOF!

    C&C welcome, as usual, drop a PM or email for a link to the full set.

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    some with h4d 40 HC28mm from where I had to work last week. One selfpotrait;-)

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    Jack, I love the split tone in your B+W photos. I currently use Piezography (http://shopping.netsuite.com/s.nl/c....ategory.239/.f) special edition K7 ink sets to get this same look in my art prints. The special is a mix of selenium and sepia carbon inks.

    Guy, the lake view is the best B+W I have seen from this series.......Tom.

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    Thanks Tom it started out as a split tone than i converted it to B&W. It's almost infrared looking. Kind of like this look. I need to print a couple of these and se what looks good in print.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rem View Post
    some with h4d 40 HC28mm from where I had to work last week. One selfpotrait;-)
    ..very nice pictures.
    The Swiss Alps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djonesii View Post

    I got the the studio with a set of twins ..... quite a fun shoot.

    C&C welcome, as usual, drop a PM or email for a link to the full set.
    It looks like it would be fun! Seriously, a very nice looking "matched set" to work with, congrats.
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    Thanks ceh, yes the bernese alps (Jungfrau) and -16 degrees;-)

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    Hi,

    I'm a shutterbug from germany and this is my first post. Here is a picture from Molde in Norway. It is a view of the Romsdal Alpen from the viewpoint Varden.
    Contax 645, P25, Vario-Zoom 45-90 at 90 mm, f/11, 1/350 s, ISO 100

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThoDi View Post
    Hi,

    I'm a shutterbug from germany and this is my first post. Here is a picture from Molde in Norway. It is a view of the Romsdal Alpen from the viewpoint Varden.
    Contax 645, P25, Vario-Zoom 45-90 at 90 mm, f/11, 1/350 s, ISO 100

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    Beautiful image. Great first post. Welcome to the forum, Thomas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Beautiful image. Great first post. Welcome to the forum, Thomas.
    ..+1,
    Simple and beautiful composition

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    Leaf AFI-II 7, 2,8/180MF - and most important: Oksana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    I agree..
    ..................................
    Ceh,

    Your images have such nice light and this one is especially good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djonesii View Post
    Dear all;

    I got the the studio with a set of twins ..... quite a fun shoot. Much more so than my last workshop based one where the ZD suffered from not enough light. This time, ISO 100 F8 was the rule of the day, and this is what I bought the back for. When I look at the quality of these files, it's clearly me that is the limit, not the camera, but still fun to dream of a 40mpix back that has ISO 800 and shoots at a good frame rate




    Oh the joys of MF, thought I had the focus nailed, then realized in post, realized I was shooting with to thin a DOF!

    C&C welcome, as usual, drop a PM or email for a link to the full set.

    Dave
    Dave, you shouldn't have mention the DOF was a mishap; it is a fantastic look!

    Very nice.

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    An oldie...Rollei 6008, probably Fujichrome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Ceh,

    Your images have such nice light and this one is especially good.
    Ed,
    thanks for your comment. This picture has come into existence casually as I had spotted a good light and used the opportunity. I just got out of the car and shot it, likewise the following ones.


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    Hi,

    thank you Lloyd and ceh for your comments. Here are once more three images from Norway.

    1. Waterfall on the Hardangervidda
    Contax 645, P25, Sonnar 210, f/5.6, 1/2800, ISO 100
    2. Nigardsbreen-Glacier
    Contax 645, P25, Vario-Sonnar 45-90 at 90 mm, f/11, 1/350, ISO 100
    3. Mountain lake on the Fjell
    Contax 645, P25, Vario Sonnar 45-90 at 90 mm, f/8, 1/1400, ISO 100

    The third image is not so good from the light but it looks like an animal on the ice floe. Can you see the eye, ear and teeth? Only the tail has melted.

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    something a bit different Red Bull F1 car was here... did a drive on the streets which is a first in the town of Perth!

    H4D-40 35-90mm



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    Norway is beautiful country..
    My fave is image No.2..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schmiddi View Post
    Leaf AFI-II 7, 2,8/180MF - and most important: Oksana.
    Lovely shot! Great skin and eye color, and perfect focus.
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    I agree..
    ..................................
    Ceh, somehow I missed this image --- very nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThoDi View Post

    thank you Lloyd and ceh for your comments. Here are once more three images from Norway.
    Thomas, very nice series, glacier #2 is my favorite --- really nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Ceh, somehow I missed this image --- very nice!
    Thank you for your comment Jack

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    Still playing, with the P40+ and 28mm D


    The horizons of lake berryessa I by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    The horizons of lake berryessa II by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    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:

    Jack, that's a Killer Panorama and B&W conversion !!!
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    HC120 Macro.



    More and larger pics at my blog. http://peter-chong.blogspot.com/2010...singapore.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    something a bit different Red Bull F1 car was here... did a drive on the streets which is a first in the town of Perth!
    Must have sounded great.
    Why is Ricciardo wearing a Red Bull Suit?...He's Torro Rosso

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    Quote Originally Posted by mAlKhamis View Post
    Jack, that's a Killer Panorama and B&W conversion !!!
    Thank you!
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    This is my first time post in this thread. Phase One DF + Leaf Aptus II 10 + 300mm F4.5. No color editing. Sunset in Alaska.

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    Nik,
    big picture - nice

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    Nik,
    Superb timing! Wow...

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    Welcome to the forum Nik, and great first post in the MF thread!
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