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    Re: Fun with MF images

    And here are the color shots



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    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    And here are the color shots


    I like this one!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Thought I'd share this images from Death Valley which were taken this past February.







    All were taken with the Cambo WRS/P45+ and either a Schneider 72 or 34mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    Another image from my recent adventures in Death Valley. A little more wind than I would have liked at the dunes, but the moody weather gave a nice result.


    p65+ with 75-150mm at 115mm, 1/60th at f/8 iso 100
    Very nice Wayne. Great find..
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    What a wonderful painterly image Jamie!
    Totally agree. Beautiful image Jamie.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Thought I'd share this images from Death Valley which were taken this past February.





    All were taken with the Cambo WRS/P45+ and either a Schneider 72 or 34mm.

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    Thank you very much, Don!

    And i like this one
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    While getting ready to leave tomorrow I decided to run a test on a spare tripod thinking I could use this in June in the slot canyons. While there really isn't much to the image itself it did show me I could use a lighter weight tripod with another head if need be.

    This was taken in our living room with the WRS,P45+,Schneider 72mm lens f/5.6, 1/8 and ISO 200. I just like the way it looks in black & white, reminds me of Look or Life in the old days...



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Tareq, I love your camel shots! (Actually, I love camels too!)

    Here's a fun one of mine, tho' it really belongs in the Leica M forum.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Tareq, I love your camel shots! (Actually, I love camels too!)

    Here's a fun one of mine, tho' it really belongs in the Leica M forum.

    Thank you, Bill, your camel shot is nice too
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    Sunrise, early summer, Sawtooth Range, Idaho
    Two shot stitch, Mamiya 645, P30, 35mm mf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Lewis View Post
    Lots of beautiful stuff, everyone!

    From an earth day celebration today in Baton Rouge... all on an aptus ii 6 and mamiya 210/4



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    Shelby,

    I love the DOF and B&W on this one.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I also enjoyed the camels!

    One from today in Cape Town, shot with 110m f2 @f4, iirc.


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by 2jbourret View Post
    Sunrise, early summer, Sawtooth Range, Idaho
    Two shot stitch, Mamiya 645, P30, 35mm mf
    Nice nice nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Mitchell View Post
    I also enjoyed the camels!

    One from today in Cape Town, shot with 110m f2 @f4, iirc.
    Damn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Mitchell View Post
    I also enjoyed the camels!

    One from today in Cape Town, shot with 110m f2 @f4, iirc.

    Graham, nice! More, please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2jbourret View Post
    Graham, nice! More, please.
    Ok, here's one more from today:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Mitchell View Post
    Ok, here's one more from today:

    perfect.

    Graham, do you mostly use AF or manual focus?
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    Shelby,

    I love the DOF and B&W on this one.
    Thanks, Ed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leicashot View Post
    Here's my contribution from my first shoot with the H4D and 35-90mm.



    Shot using a Broncolor Verso A4 with battery dock connected (best kit in the world, love it!), 2 heads. Key light from 60" Softlighter attached up high and 2nd light from back right side with P45 reflector attached.
    Already terrible distortion seen with this 1st MF shot of yours...no one is that tall!

    Seriously, cool shot indeed and I love the feel and look of this one. Something different and out of the ordinary when it comes to these types of model shots. Very nice!

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    Last edited by D&A; 20th April 2011 at 07:01.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Lewis View Post
    perfect.

    Graham, do you mostly use AF or manual focus?
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    Only MF. I don't have any AF lenses.

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    Captured few days ago on Iceland with H1, P30+, HC/35

    Reykjanes Peninsula


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    Very nice, Ralf, I like them both.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I like the first one a lot. Nice work
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    A few more from one of last summer's trips into the Sawtooths.
    Mamiya 645, 35mm mf, P30

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    Lots of great images here today!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    I like the first one a lot. Nice work
    Thanks, Guy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2jbourret View Post
    A few more from one of last summer's trips into the Sawtooths.
    Mamiya 645, 35mm mf, P30
    Excellent shots, James
    and thank you for your comment as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Mitchell View Post
    Ok, here's one more from today:

    Nice pose with excellent lighting! The glow from her left side adds a really nice feel.

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    A different perspective which I'm a little unsure of.



    Larger version here.

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    Valley of the Gods UT

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    Nice image, Ed. Love the evening tones and balance of light. I find the perspective very dynamic in the way the eye is pulled into the image from right to left, even if there is some distortion at the right. It's dramatic!
    Last edited by 2jbourret; 22nd April 2011 at 13:50. Reason: mistake

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    RI,

    pano.

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    Here a new one from last weekend. This time the lens was at the limit. P65+ and Schneider 43mm



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    Wife and I drove over to the Audubon Zoo in NOLA today with the kids... some snapshots and a wildlife image or two...

    Aptus ii 6





    not one of my kids (but shares a bunch of similar DNA... and probably has similar table manners)






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    And one more:



    Cheers!
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    Shelby -- I love the last two of your daughter. Though I would crop that last one tighter.

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    Gorgeous day to get out and about in Port Orchard, WA

    PhaseOne 645AF Mamiya 105-210 Leaf Aptus-II 7










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    While photographing a few trees, this stallion on Cumberland Island was not happy with my presence. Phase One 645DF, 80mm, 65+ DB.


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    Great DOF and use of light Don. The color is great too. Nice!

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    Sand Dune & Turkey Strut

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Mitchell View Post
    Oh la la, this is the best shot of your shots above.
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    Phase One 645AF Mamiya 55-110 Aptus-II 7

    Self service


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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    A different perspective which I'm a little unsure of.
    Ed, I like it. If you have to try anything different, maybe a little further around toward the casinos to get a slightly more head-on angle. But it is really nice the way it is IMHO.
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    Graham,

    Great model, great poses and great handling of light!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mvirtue View Post
    Gorgeous day to get out and about in Port Orchard, WA

    PhaseOne 645AF Mamiya 105-210 Leaf Aptus-II 7
    Mark, I really like the last image in this series -- great energy!

    The goat is great too -- I'm sure a greeting card company would buy that image!
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    Here's one from today - the first really warm day of the year, Easter! The tulips just opened up for the first time today. Shot with the Hasselblad 503CWD and 4/150 Sonnar CF with 21mm extension tube @ ISO100, 1/125s @ f/11 using a tripod, mirror lockup and cable release.


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    Even the hostas are finally getting going - they first broke ground about two weeks ago. Same setup as above.


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    I don't know what these are - but the forsythia are dropping their brief - but beautiful flowers on 'em. Same setup as above except handheld, no mirror lockup or cable release - 1/250s @ f/8.


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