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    Took my new to me Mamiya RZ Pro IID w/ ZD back out for a spin. I decided to go and do that which I find really foreign to me: outdoors. I'm a sports/dance/portraiture kinda guy. So this was an interesting thing. So I trundled to South Lake Union in downtown Seattle.

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    All images 8s/f5.6/iso 50

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    Terry, Very very nice!!!

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    P40+ with phase one DF body + Phase One 28mm D


    The Landlord by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr
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    First studio outing of my Mamiya RZ ProIID /w ZD back







    1/400th s/f16/ISO 50

    minor adjustments in C1. I have to say that even with all the short comings that I have read of the ZD back that it handily spanks my 1DsIII in the studio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddk View Post
    Thank you Jack and Evegeny!

    Evegeny, Nice conversion. I tried shooting my daughter's birthday with the same lens/camera/Leaf and a side mounted flash, I found the combo way too heavy and unbalanced for any serious shooting in fast moving environment like a party, how was your experience?
    My set-up for this type of situation (including weddings) is 4 Metz hand-grip flashes, on round my neck as a low-fill, on hand-held main light, and two background... pistol grip required for one-handed operation of the 4kg camera.

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    Sydney skyline - taken with 645D and 55mm f2.8 lens. Opera House and Harbour Bridge excluded for a change...

    File resized downwards and some JPG compression. Otherwise un-edited. Taken as a Pentax raw file (PEF) and converted using Pentax raw conversion software.

    ISO 200. 13 seconds @ f8. Camera set to process long exposure noise automatically.

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    Nice, but you need to start posting these in the Leica S thread as well.

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    Numeyer Channel, Antarctic Peninsula

    P65+, Cambo RS, 24mm, cropped to 4x5.


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    Quote Originally Posted by xpixel View Post
    Wonderful; love the silhouette b&w feel juxtaposed by the intense sunset color.

    Eye catching for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Numeyer Channel, Antarctic Peninsula

    P65+, Cambo RS, 24mm, cropped to 4x5.
    WOW!!! That is a STUNNING image!

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Numeyer Channel, Antarctic Peninsula

    P65+, Cambo RS, 24mm, cropped to 4x5.
    Ed, this is a great shot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Ed, this is a great shot!
    +1+1+!
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Numeyer Channel, Antarctic Peninsula

    P65+, Cambo RS, 24mm, cropped to 4x5.
    Ed,
    excellent

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    Re: Fun with MF images



    other pictures of Ahrenshoop and larger ones at my blog.

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    Ed, the whispy sky and bits of ice chunks make for an very interesting photo. Well done.

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    Village in the High Atlas in Morocco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post


    other pictures of Ahrenshoop and larger ones at my blog.
    Darned nice, Peter!
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    Merry Christmas!



    Mamiya RZ67 w/ ZD back 180mm 1/400th:F11:ISO 50

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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Nice! Where is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvirtue View Post
    Nice! Where is it?
    The Christmas Market outside the Rathaus (City Hall) in Hamburg, Germany. 3 panel stitch, which initiatially gave me some grief, but help from Forum Members (thanks Don, Jack, thomas) gave me the ability to do the vertical stitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvirtue View Post
    Merry Christmas!



    Mamiya RZ67 w/ ZD back 180mm 1/400th:F11:ISO 50

    Hi Mvirtue, i also got a ZD back a few days now and i am overwhelmed by it's images. I just ran a couple of iso tests and as long as you expose to the right, even 400 iso in the darkest areas of the image is still great. ( i love the Dalsa pixels, way more beuatifull than on my H3d-39).
    I am just asking myself why you have that odd color balance on that nice shot of the violin player??
    I just clicked gray values on your jpg and got perfect skintones... for a mamiya zd back ;-))

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    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    Bears : wow.

    Playing with the new BW tool in CaptureOne 6.
    Still shooting with my P25+, and I don't to uprgrade in anything : the more I use it , the more I like it.






    This a split toning preset.
    Some shots just scream out to be seen in print and this incredible image is one of them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Some shots just scream out to be seen in print and this incredible image is one of them!
    Agreed, great image with a compelling B&W conversion.

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    Sunset skies over the Drake Passage

    645DF, P65+, 45mm cropped to 6x17


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    Quote Originally Posted by H3dtogo View Post
    Hi Mvirtue, i also got a ZD back a few days now and i am overwhelmed by it's images. I just ran a couple of iso tests and as long as you expose to the right, even 400 iso in the darkest areas of the image is still great. ( i love the Dalsa pixels, way more beuatifull than on my H3d-39).
    I am just asking myself why you have that odd color balance on that nice shot of the violin player??
    I just clicked gray values on your jpg and got perfect skintones... for a mamiya zd back ;-))
    Thanks for pointing that out. I just pulled up C1 and it matches what you did. Now I need to figure out what I messed up when I added the frame to the image in photoshop, or what I uploaded to photobucket.

    I'm really enjoying getting back to basics, especially with the RZ. It sounds like getting reasonable ISO400 is like what I had to do with my old 1Ds(original) to get to ISO800.

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    Kids in the family now how to wrk to help financing my photographic equipment Hy6 75LV + 50mm/2.8 at ISO 800

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    Ed, Ben thanks for dig out this shot !
    Ed , fantastic antartic shots, big wow for the BW landscape.

    Hard to post after these but :

    A little chapel by the sea, sorry no snow here only sun ! Happy New Year to all of you



    And this one called jealousy, new dog in town...



    Both of them shot on the ALPA 12swa with SK ApoDigitar 24mmXL ( wich explain these magnificients feet !). Processed in C1 6.
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    Out of the cam b/w jpeg ... - maybe a little cold at -10 degree...


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    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post

    And this one called jealousy, new dog in town...


    I simply love this photograph. Artistic and technical excellent combined for a real WOW image. Love it!

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    Christmas day in Beautiful Kelowna, British Columbia
    Pentax 645d, P67 55-100mm lens @ 55mm
    3 shots, stitched

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    More Christmasy images...from Lubeck, Germany



    Main post and more/larger pics at my blog.

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    Its New Year's Eve already in Singapore...here is wishing everybody the best for 2011 for you and yours. Thanks to Jack and Guy and all of you for making this a wonderful place to hang out.

    May your new year be filled with great joy, wonderful prosperity and good health.



    Photograph of the Dresden skyline taken earlier this month. 8 shot pano, stitched in CS4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terroll View Post
    Christmas day in Beautiful Kelowna, British Columbia
    Pentax 645d, P67 55-100mm lens @ 55mm
    3 shots, stitched
    Beautiful shot, of one of my favorite places in the entire world. We LOVE the Okanagan!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Its New Year's Eve already in Singapore...here is wishing everybody the best for 2011 for you and yours. Thanks to Jack and Guy and all of you for making this a wonderful place to hang out.

    May your new year be filled with great joy, wonderful prosperity and good health.

    Photograph of the Dresden skyline taken earlier this month. 8 shot pano, stitched in CS4.
    A wonderful pano, Peter. Happy New Year to you and yours as well.

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    A touch of summer for a particularly grey New Years Eve.

    Best to all for 2011.


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    Keith, your touch of summer photo is great; I love the lighting, composition and textures! Charles

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    Some images from yesterday. A large migration of bald eagles happens every year on the Skagit River in Washington state. These were shot with a Hasselblad 501CM and CFV 16 back with a 350CF lens handheld from a drift boat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cs750 View Post
    Keith, your touch of summer photo is great; I love the lighting, composition and textures! Charles
    Charles, thanks.

    Winter here in the UK has been so bleak; I just needed reminding of the feel of warm sunshine on my back!

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    Impressive eagle photos Al. It is very difficult to handhold a long lens in a drift boat AND get good results.

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    Thanks Mark, I got lucky - what can I say. By all rights I should not have had as many keepers as I did from the day. I shot about 140 images and got about 40 that were sharp and motion free. The others in the group had me out gunned with their 400 - 500 and 600 IS lenses shooting at 9 fps. I clunked along at 1 fps, the guide said it was like hearing a shotgun going off! I took along my D700 and 70-300 zoom and got some technically perfect images, but the file quality did not equal what I got off of the CFV.

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    I hope that you had a very blessed holiday season and a good start into the new year!


    Still WIP

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    from today's walk with my dogs and baby son ([email protected])
    Last edited by baudolino; 3rd January 2011 at 10:47.

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    From Hamburg late last year...



    More and larger at my blog as usual.

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    Chilly in the Columbia Gorge this week. Multnomah Falls
    Alpa Max / Schneider 47 APO-Digitar / P40+ multi-image shift stitch.



    Also, here's a Zoomify full res version 12k x 6k:
    http://www.grahamwelland.com/Multnom...sIce/index.htm
    (May need to copy/paste the link - for some reason the live link doesn't work!)

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    Graham, VERY cool shot! How many frames for the stitch?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Chilly in the Columbia Gorge this week. Multnomah Falls
    Alpa Max / Schneider 47 APO-Digitar / P40+ multi-image shift stitch.
    Very nice ... I am looking forward to producing pictures like that when I get my Apo-Digitar 47XL mounted... did you use a center filter?

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