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    simple snap from poolside. I look like a big dork with my huge camera while the kids swim (I'm usually in the pool with them though).



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    Waterloo plains, P40+ with Schneider 80mm, 2 shots manual pano

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    Lazy Rainbow - it could hardly be bothered to get over the horizon.

    Palouse, P40+, Alpa STC & SK 47 APO-Digitar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Lazy Rainbow - it could hardly be bothered to get over the horizon.

    Palouse, P40+, Alpa STC & SK 47 APO-Digitar.
    Very cool Graham ... I've never seen a rainbow like that. ( You sure that isn't the mother ship taking off?)

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    Graham,

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    Lazy Rainbow - it could hardly be bothered to get over the horizon.

    Palouse, P40+, Alpa STC & SK 47 APO-Digitar.

    VERY cool

    but looks like maybe the PHOTOGRAPHER was sleeping in the grass

    whatever it takes, as they say...good eye!

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    Very cool Graham ... I've never seen a rainbow like that. ( You sure that isn't the mother ship taking off?)
    Wayne,

    Yes, the rainbow was really quite bizarre! It was 4pm yesterday (5/31) and the sun was actually pretty high in the sky compared to where it normally is to cast a rainbow (that I've ever seen at least). Like most of us, I'm used to that huge semi-circular rainbow across the horizon with a double feinter outer rainbow formed by the sun when it is low on the horizon. Conditions were such that the sky was very dark behind the relatively low rolling Palouse hills, and these were bathed in sunlight and were actually what I had stopped to shoot due to the stark contrast. I got hit by a band of rain which I assume acted like a curtain that formed the rainbow at such a high angle of attack for the sun, It was almost like a flat multi-colored ribbon across the sky. The color rings were very intense, narrow and tightly packed, with the center almost illuminated. In later shots there was a hint of a second outer rainbow but only at the ends. I found a composition with a hill in the middle of the arch and quickly shot a whole bunch of images including some stitched panos with both my 90 HR-W and 47 XL APO-Digitar (plus 645DF/45mm & Nikon D700/16-35VR & 16 Fisheye) - all of which I've yet to process.

    Anyway, sorry about the rambling description, but it was a mad changing weather day (you probably got it in Utah too) with other later rainbows that were more 'normal' from the sun lower in the sky. Very thundery with quickly changing light. Maybe other folks have seen this type of low rainbow phenomenon but this was a first for me!

    Jack/Victor - thanks! Not much of interest in the foreground other than stubble so I tried to keep it simple. (A very muddy Land Rover was my only other choice at the time ).
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    Graham Wrote>>>" Jack/Victor - thanks! Not much of interest in the foreground other than stubble so I tried to keep it simple. (A very muddy Land Rover was my only other choice at the time )."<<<

    Hey, I would have loved to have seen that Land Rover in the Rainbow shot (I'm a fan of them and drive a old one on occasion. .

    As for the rainbow shot, very unique and interesting, especially it's position relative to the sky/ground. Humm...guess those 1960's Spiratone "bargin bin" special effect filters really do work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    As for the rainbow shot, very unique and interesting, especially it's position relative to the sky/ground. Humm...guess that 1960's Spiratone bargin bin special effect filters, really do work

    Dave (D&A)
    Hey Dave, if you can find a rainbow filter I'd be ALL OVER IT!!
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    Pentax 645D, Pentax 105mm 67 lens, no rain.

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    A storm I photographed on the morning of 31 May 2011 hung around grumbling and muttering all day off the coast and moved in closer about 4.30pm. So I set up again and took about 40 long exposures (from 15-25 secs) to get 2 excellent captures.

    The first one is the pick as the other one (Night Storm #2) had a strange greenish band down one side and a bit of green cast through it which I’ve processed out as much as possible.

    H2/P20/50-110/f11/25secs/ISO100 (31052011 CF037965)


    Night Storm #1 by Photography by Odille, on Flickr


    Night Storm #2 by Photography by Odille, on Flickr

    there are big versions on Flickr if you want to see the original size
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    Odille, the first is great, the second is amazing!
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    Odille - these are fabulous. My favorite kind of weather too.
    Last edited by GrahamWelland; 2nd June 2011 at 20:52. Reason: **** iPad spill chucker!!!
    Ylem ...

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    some "Built-in Styles" Kitch
    Hassleblad 500c/m 150mm and Phaseone P45+

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiky247 View Post
    some "Built-in Styles" Kitch
    Hassleblad 500c/m 150mm and Phaseone P45+

    Hi all, first post on this forum, enjoying reading everyone's posts very much.
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    Great first post, and welcome to GetDPI!!!
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    Just finished downloading the images from our down and dirty fast trip to the So Rim. I was going to take the day off however could resist processing at least one image. This is near Mather Point, P65, WRS1000 and Schneider 35mm.





    This is also my first real trip shooting the P65 and the new wooden grips on the WRS and both are a real hit!

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    Alpa + Hassleblad 60 meg back plus 48mm Schneider.


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    H4D 60 + HC 300. Nine images stacked in Helicon Focus.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Analog6 View Post
    A storm I photographed on the morning of 31 May 2011 hung around grumbling and muttering all day off the coast and moved in closer about 4.30pm. So I set up again and took about 40 long exposures (from 15-25 secs) to get 2 excellent captures.

    The first one is the pick as the other one (Night Storm #2) had a strange greenish band down one side and a bit of green cast through it which Iíve processed out as much as possible.

    H2/P20/50-110/f11/25secs/ISO100 (31052011 CF037965)


    Night Storm #1 by Photography by Odille, on Flickr


    Night Storm #2 by Photography by Odille, on Flickr

    there are big versions on Flickr if you want to see the original size

    Sensational images!

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    Cambo RS, Schneider 90mm Digitar, P40+, 3x2 stitch.

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    May 29 post to my daily photo blog. Hasselblad H4D -60 and HC 300. Three frames stitched resulting in a file with 130 megs pixed dimensions.


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    Another one from May 29. Same camera and lens - 9 images focus stacked in Helicon Focus.


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    Quote Originally Posted by alan_w_george View Post
    Cambo RS, Schneider 90mm Digitar, P40+, 3x2 stitch.

    Very nice!
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    Very nice!
    Ditto Alan!

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    Ditto Alan!
    Very nice minimalist composition and use of negative space. So little says so much about where & when ...
    Ylem ...

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    Pentax 645D, Pentax A 35mm lens.

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    First shot from a trip I took this long weekend

    Hasselblad H4D-40 28mm 45sec f/16 iso 100.







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    Wiil,

    Awesome!
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    In the studio again

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    Been at it again, inside and outside the studio.

    Loving the P30+ .... great for the way that I shoot.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Just finished downloading the images from our down and dirty fast trip to the So Rim. I was going to take the day off however could resist processing at least one image. This is near Mather Point, P65, WRS1000 and Schneider 35mm.




    This is also my first real trip shooting the P65 and the new wooden grips on the WRS and both are a real hit!

    Don
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    An unusual and superb composition! Beautiful atmosphere, great processing. I'm sure jealous...

    Kindly,
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    My first OOTW (out-of-the-window) shot after reading the manual ... 645AF/150mm/P45+


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    (P65+, 1/125, f5, 80mm, ISO50)

    My first outing with MF/645DF and P65. Showing crop just to knock my socks off every time I look at it, and to remind me of what I good decision I made. I don't have to convince any of you!

    Dynamic Range, Resolution, and monster native file sizes. Nice combination. Very happy with this, especially with monopod, no mirror-up. Of course I'll crop the foreground out. I had to shoot from the road. Just wanted to show the full size.





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    Quote Originally Posted by nightfire View Post
    My first OOTW (out-of-the-window) shot after reading the manual ... 645AF/150mm/P45+
    That's just mind-blowing!

    Would print it 44x33" for sure!
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    Fantastic photos! especially Will, What a beautiful sunrise! Woody, I hope your cameras are insured!

    Here is a little something I shot in the wee hours of yesterday morning.

    Linhof M679 cc + Nikkor 270 T ED + P45+

    I find from 90mm and longer, large format lenses work pretty well on my P45+ when closed down to f11.

    On the short end I'm looking into getting a replace ment for my rodenstock 35 apo Grandagon. Are there any recommendations? For me movements are important, and I would also like a lens with the lest amount of linear distortion (mustaching)

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    Quote Originally Posted by alan_w_george View Post
    Cambo RS, Schneider 90mm Digitar, P40+, 3x2 stitch.
    Alan - simply stunning - exceptional work.
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    Been at it again, inside and outside the studio.

    Loving the P30+ .... great for the way that I shoot.



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    Cambo RS, Schneider 47mm Digitar, P65+, 2x2 stitch.


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    My first picture posted here I think, anyway just for fun!!


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    Looks yummy!
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    Wayne,

    Yes, the rainbow was really quite bizarre! It was 4pm yesterday (5/31) and the sun was actually pretty high in the sky compared to where it normally is to cast a rainbow (that I've ever seen at least). Like most of us, I'm used to that huge semi-circular rainbow across the horizon with a double feinter outer rainbow formed by the sun when it is low on the horizon. Conditions were such that the sky was very dark behind the relatively low rolling Palouse hills, and these were bathed in sunlight and were actually what I had stopped to shoot due to the stark contrast. I got hit by a band of rain which I assume acted like a curtain that formed the rainbow at such a high angle of attack for the sun, It was almost like a flat multi-colored ribbon across the sky. The color rings were very intense, narrow and tightly packed, with the center almost illuminated. In later shots there was a hint of a second outer rainbow but only at the ends. ).


    We scientists LOVE dead horses (learn a lot about the humans behind them )

    anyway, you missed the secondary RB, but have good examples of at least two supernumery RBs INSIDE the primary.

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    From May 6 trip to northern Arizona and southern Utah, two from Canyon de Chelly.

    H4D-40, HCD 35-90mm at 60mm, ISO 100, 1/60 sec., f/11



    H4D-40, HCD 35-90mm at 75mm, ISO 200, 1/25 sec., f/11



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    Very nice Joe!
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    Fabulous images Joe, especially the sense of the 'hugeness' looming cliff in the first one.
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    nice shots Joe.

    Couple more shots from the past weekend trip south, both are stitches with the Hasselblad H4D-40.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    From May 6 trip to northern Arizona and southern Utah, two from Canyon de Chelly.

    H4D-40, HCD 35-90mm at 60mm, ISO 100, 1/60 sec., f/11



    More from the trip here.
    Love the sense of scale in this, and the timelessness. The backlight on the lower buildings separates them from the B/G very well. The shot is at least as good as one Iíve seen from Ansel Adams of the same site.

    But how the **** did they get up and down from the higher buildings? Astonishing stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Very nice Joe!
    Thanks Jack. I'm still in awe over your Yosemite Tunnel View b&w.

    Quote Originally Posted by Analog6 View Post
    Fabulous images Joe, especially the sense of the 'hugeness' looming cliff in the first one.
    Odille, the sense of 'hugeness' is even more apparent when you're there in person, looking up from the canyon floor or down from the canyon rim.

    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    Love the sense of scale in this, and the timelessness. The backlight on the lower buildings separates them from the B/G very well. The shot is at least as good as one Iíve seen from Ansel Adams of the same site.

    But how the **** did they get up and down from the higher buildings? Astonishing stuff.
    That's high praise. Thanks very much. The timing to get the backlit ruins was a fortunate byproduct of getting to the site early enough to avoid direct sunlight on the canyon wall. Stuff happens!
    The local Navajo guides offer theories about how the Anasazi accessed those dwellings. No one really knows for sure.
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    I took this shot during the few sunny hours last weekend. Camera is Mamiya645 with ZD back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    The local Navajo guides offer theories about how the Anasazi accessed those dwellings. No one really knows for sure.
    Rope ladders perhaps (they were superb weavers)? Would have well-and-truly rotted away Ö

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    Quote Originally Posted by FabianB View Post
    I took this shot during the few sunny hours last weekend. Camera is Mamiya645 with ZD back.

    Fabian

    People slag the ZD, but it does very well in the right conditions, as here (I have an Aptus 22 which uses the same sensor). Wish it was useable at 400!

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