P30+ 45 2.8, Mam. AFd.
P30+ 45 2.8, Mam. AFd.
For Sony a few months ago. Unretouched.
P30+ 80 2.8 Mam. AFd, Profoto Pro7s, one head, beauty dish with diffusion.
Welcome and a very great first post and image!
TMARK: I like the second image a lot.
Here are a few from my trip to CO. I converted one to BW. This is something I have not done too much of so any comments appreciated. All taken with Hassy H3DII-31 with the 50-110mm at 50mmk
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I wanted to substitute this BW image.. I like this one more than the first
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Horseman SWD-II, 35mm lens (fully shifted 17mm each direction)
Profoto d4, light globe
Mark, I like that B&W a lot too --- very nice!
Great shots guys. Like the B&W Mark
processed a bit differently
I like that second version better John -- the overall green cast is gone. This can't be your garage in Brooklyn, can it?
This is more of what I am used to in my part of Brooklyn:
Not a bit of green in sight...
i had to climb over a 9' locked wire mesh fence and sneak around dodging feral cats and wild dogs. climbed back over and landed right in front of a navy yard guard. he took my name.
the shot was taken under a thick green canopy, so i de-saturated even more for the second shot. also did less black and white slider adjustment in the raw conversion, doing more of the range and contrast adjustment with curves in CS3.
i am amazed the streets look so clean in your shot!
A couple from last week:
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HI all.. thanks for the nice comments on my BW image. I was a little sloppy left side with some of my PS brushes...
Jim .. I like that image and if that is a home you are selling it let me know.. LOL.
Samuel.. nice DOF...
Don and Mark,
thanks! it's a change of locale for me.. normally i'm ito grit and rough...
here's a couple more
Just a side comment... Looking at the top image, I am reminded of one area where "rectilinear" wideangle lenses are not perfect for everything, as in circular objects like the lampshade...
or the changing aspect ratio of the hanging art piece
As for mine...that is Kent Ave and the Domino Sugar factory...I don't know why it was so clean. The rest of my neighborhood is like an open trash can. Maybe they just did street cleaning there. There are not many pedestrians though...not too much residential or commercial space along Kent in that area -- mostly industrial -- the sugar factory, power plant, water treatment and so on.
Wow, the streets are really clean!
I wish Los Angeles was this clean.
Here are a few shots from yesterday. We have a lot of ethnic festivals in Wisconsin during the summer months, these shots are from one of the last major festivals of the year ... Indian Summer.
All are with the P45+ and the fabulous 150/2.8.
Kurt looks like you are doing well with the 150 2.8 . Honestly maybe my favorite Mamiya lens until I get a Mamiya 28mm which i think I am going to get and sell my whole Alpa rig. I simple need a 28mm in the Mamiya for everything overall. Damn those corners.
some great shots and fantastic color
Thanks for the comments Guy and JLM. I'm certain you can get more precision with the Alpa rig Guy, but the outright usability of the 28mm calls my name.
Love those images Kurt and the colors are just fabulous. Don't you have some huge Harley Davidson thing coming your way pretty soon. Should be another source of some great images. Pretty sure I recall some you posting some of that genre in the past. Hope you can get out and get some more of them.
Ye Olde Cider Mill on a rainy early Sunday morning.
(H3D-II/31 @ ISO 800 using a CF adapter and Zeiss 40IF.)
Too cool Marc -- I want to be there!
Stop it , I'm hungry and heading to the grocery store now. LOL
Nice feel in that shot. I'm really looking forward to rain or fog or clouds or mist or... Anything but this northern CA summer. We haven't even had one summer shower to dust things off this year in the Sierra foothills. Just some wind to move the ash around. Thank goodness it's September so that hopefully we'll see some changes soon.
Very rich colors in that set, Kurt. Thanks for posting them.
Nice to see someone using ISO 800 with their back... and the 40 IF is a stellar lens.
Yeah Guy, I had actually gone out to get some deliciousness at our charming local store ... but it wasn't opened yet, so I went a few doors down to the Cider Mill.
Franklin, where I live is very quaint.
If you don't like taking photos in the rain, don't come to Michigan ... it's the reason to own an ISO 800+ MF back : -)
Marc... I cannot believe it but I believe that was the same cider mill we went to when i was a kid. Has it been there a long time?
Just finished this ad:
The whole town is a bit slow to adopt fancy new ways ... even the Volunteer Fire Department
(203FE/CFV with 110/2FE):
Mark, how are you getting the 203FE to work with a digital back and FE lenses? I thought it was only supposed to work with CF lenses...
Graham -- Nice ad. There seems to be a problem with the text though. Too many vowels.
How many images did it take to composite?