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    You are too kind, Peter - thanks!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Here's another from Honduras - not usually my gig but I couldn't resist!


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    Truly some snapshots.

    Dad's latest restoration project... and older Yamaha RD350 (a 2 -stroke ) street bike. He usually rides a triumph (ah, those British triples sound so nice!) but he has a sweet spot for these old bikes.





    Cheers!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    From earlier this year...an independent watchmaker's watch...



    Photographed with H3D-39, HC4/120 macro with H28+H52 extension tubes on-site in Motiers, Switzerland. For the story and more, larger wallpaper sized images.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Different crop and processing for an image posted earlier:


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Copan Valley, Honduras

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    One more from Honduras...

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    Copan Valley...beautiful and just abstract enough

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    One from a year or so ago.
    Bill, the previous page and this page are a great series of shots!
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    Thanks, Jim, Jack!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Hand held with Mamiya 300 mm Apo.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Hand held with Mamiya 300 mm Apo.

    This is really nice shot, Bill.

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    Thanks Ralf - I find that 300 mm very sharp!
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    Great stuff Bill. Very natural which is nice.

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    Few more:





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    Nice!

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    BEAUTIFUL shots Ed.

    Two more from me...





    Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Few more:

    I just cant stop looking at this one! The tones and mood of this image really resonate with me.
    (you should sell prints of it )

    Again... kudos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Lewis View Post
    I just cant stop looking at this one!
    +1

    I can't wait to get home and see it on my monitor - in fact I am thinking about leaving work early just for that purpose! Nice work Ed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Lewis View Post
    you should sell prints of it
    Let's hope so, the trip was not cheap!

    Seriously, I'm glad you enjoyed it. Imaging seeing it in person, it totally blew my mind. I am processing images from the trip for an exhibit I am working on and I still can't believe the light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    +1

    I can't wait to get home and see it on my monitor - in fact I am thinking about leaving work early just for that purpose! Nice work Ed.
    It's Friday, any excuse will do. In fact I think I'll head home too.

    Been working until midnight every night this week on processing images and I'm going nuts stuck in the office.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    Thought I'd throw up a few of my favorites from the workshop ... which was terrific btw ... thx Jack and Guy.

    Anyway, favorite from the trip ...


    Pano from monument valley ...


    My version of north window sunrise ...


    A couple of tight shots using the river ...



    One more I like of the canyon


    I won't bore you with more ... I threw a bunch in a gallery if you want to take a look ...
    Wayne, These are incredible. Everyone appears to have come away with fantastic looks.

    Looks like I missed a great workshop Guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    One more from Honduras...
    Bill, That splash of forest (pardon the pun) looks very interesting. Did you snag any images with more detail of the forest.

    Nice reflection, interesting to compare to the sky. Did you use any filters on this image.

    Great shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Few more:

    Ed,

    Wow! Seriously, this may the best iceberg shot I've ever seen. Excellent.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Ed, first let me say how much I like your Antarctic images. Having been there a couple of times I know just how good you must be! (I'd share some of mine but they're not MF!)

    As for my cloud reflection at Lago de Yojoa, no, no filters, very little manipulation in fact. Today I might reprocess it in C1 6.1 and use some local adjustments at the top. And I couldn't get to the "forest", just too swampy.

    Best,
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    From my first payin' gig with the MF gear... a headshot session with a violinist. Gonna write a post about my experience. But here's a quick 5 minute edit from the session.

    Uni-brows and messy 5-minute retouching aside... all I can say is YES!


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    Shelby, amazing DOF! 80mm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Spinnler View Post
    Shelby, amazing DOF! 80mm?
    210mm ... very close to min focus distance.

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    H4d-60 + HCD 35-90 @ 90


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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    H4d-60 + HCD 35-90 @ 90

    Very, very nice Woody ... the zoom sure does sing on the H4D/60 from what can be seen on a web image.

    If at all possible, would you mind sending me the RAW file via SendThisFile or something? I'd dearly love to see a nice RAW file from this camera. I promise to trash it immediately after looking and honor your copyright.

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    One more from yesterday... only mildly retouched.

    AFDIII - Aptus II 6 - 210/4 ULD


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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Will do when I get back to Manhattan

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    Cigarette butt. Last Tuesday's post to my blog. Alpa TC.


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Ditto.


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    More ditto.


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    One in B&W, for a change. Hy6/eMotion75LV/80mm lens, processed in SilverEfex 2 (one of the presets plus the weakest selenium toning).

    (BTW, I really like Shelby's portraits above, especially as they are not heavily retouched as is the current "fashion"; much prefer when the structure of the skin is visible. Also the ciggy butt shot above is good, I like the "drama" with which the most mundane of subjects has been photographed )


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    Playing with the RZ and the 140 macro w/extension tubes while my daughter was making lampwork beads

    1/60th ISO 400 F4.0








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    One more from the session the other day:


    And a slightly more retouched version of an earlier shot I posted from the same session:

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    one more before bed... (eta: slight graininess was added intentionally)

    Last edited by Shelby Lewis; 27th February 2011 at 21:37.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Few more:



    Absolutely beautiful. Must look stunning printed big and nicely framed. Contragulations to these shots.

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    Hello Max,

    actual status of BBI-construction site?

    Andreas

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    Hi Andreas,

    that's exactly how it looks atm. As far as I can remember, they wanted to complete it by the end of 2011...

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    Antarctica stitch from 8 Cambo/P65+ exposures using the 72L.

    The plan is to print this mural 10′ wide for the back of the gallery. Not as much a marketable image as it is incredibly interesting to experience full size.



    Link to higher resolution version.

    100% crop:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Lewis View Post
    One more from the session the other day:


    And a slightly more retouched version of an earlier shot I posted from the same session:
    These are nice portraits Shelby, great eyes. He looks like an intense fellow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Antarctica stitch from 8 Cambo/P65+ exposures using the 72L.

    The plan is to print this mural 10′ wide for the back of the gallery. Not as much a marketable image as it is incredibly interesting to experience full size.

    There is a lot to look at in this pano. I would love to see the 10' wide print. Too bad I am no where near your gallery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Few more:
    wow!! I was due to go to Antartica 2 years ago but had to cancel due to health issues. This stunning shot reminds me why it's still #1 on my to do list for next year.

    Ed, this and the pano are exceptional. congratulations!
    Ylem ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Antarctica stitch from 8 Cambo/P65+ exposures using the 72L.

    The plan is to print this mural 10′ wide for the back of the gallery. Not as much a marketable image as it is incredibly interesting to experience full size.



    Link to higher resolution version.

    100% crop:


    To them, its just another day at the beach

    Some really spectacular images!

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