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    The ZD does just fine when used within it's limits .... great gateway dru.... ah back!

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    Quote Originally Posted by djonesii View Post
    The ZD does just fine when used within it's limits .... great gateway dru.... ah back!

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    Now that's funny I'd put the Kodak DCS backs into the same category too: Photographic catnip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Now that's funny I'd put the Kodak DCS backs into the same category too: Photographic catnip.
    Me I'm a happy camper with the ZD . The files from Canon/Nikon/Sony always looked a little mushy to me. Now I found an escape.

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    P20+, Alpa, 90mm & 47mm







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    Both gorgeous Charlie!
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    Thanks, Jack. I had a great time on the trip and am still enjoying processing all the photos as I find time for it.

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    Well, I dragged the old bod out of bed at 3.30 and drove (so I had the van to sit in) a couple of hundred yards up the road to get a clear view to the west. I set up my camera to do timed interval shots in batches of 10 (while I enjoyed a nice hot coffee). These are images taken 10 mins apart starting at 0426 and finishing at 0535 (yes, my minutes didn't come out exactly because I varied the interval as I went along). As the sun set during totality we didn't get the last phases. I've always wanted to do one of these and am quite pleased with this one.

    Taken from terranora, far north coast NSW, looking west (of course) with Hasselblad H2 / PhaseOne P20 back / HC 50-110 zoom @ 110/all at f8



    (the watermark is 'cos I linked it from RedBubble)
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    Odille,

    Simply stunning -- great series of capture!
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    worth getting out of bed for sure. Nice stuff
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Odille - Fantastic!

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    Charlie, love your snow mountain pictures!

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    Mamiya RZ ProIID and Leaf Aptus II 7




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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by mvirtue View Post
    Mamiya RZ ProIID and Leaf Aptus II 7



    Gotta love that combo!

    Well done, especially the timing for such shots with the "Beast"

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    Another wooden gothic church. Alpa Max + s48 + H60 back.


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    Chrysler building - Alpa TC + S36 + H60 back


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    Same setup. My blog post for June 9. Several days of rain had driven me indoors for my daily image. Crop included.




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    More wooden gothic church.

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    Another daily post. I'm not kidding about the rain. Alpa TC + S36 + H 60.


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    Cornwall Bridge CT in the rain. Alpa TC + S36 + H60 back.


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    A fun shot from last weekend, I'm almost ashamed to post, everything on this page is so good.


    Under the trees before the rain by Wentbackward, on Flickr

    Analog6 & cmb - Wow!

    Mark, that looks like a lot of fun, inspired by Lois Greenfield??

    Woody ... love all of these, but the churches are really nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Gotta love that combo!

    Well done, especially the timing for such shots with the "Beast"

    -Marc
    Thanks. I had to pull out every last trick from my manual film days. The interesting part was visualizing where they'd end up.

    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post

    Mark, that looks like a lot of fun, inspired by Lois Greenfield??
    It was a fun way to cap off a long day of taking group pictures. Thanks for pointing me towards Lois Greenfield.

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    This was done with my p65+ in my studio. Two shots: one with glass and sculptures in place; the other with the clay covered model without the glass and sculptures. Of course, the camera and lights were carefully locked down to make a seamless merge possible. A little bit of doging and burning for a chiseled edge look. Done just for fun and studio promotion.

    "Still life"


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    Geyer,

    Welcome to GetDPI! Very nice image!
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    Geyer,

    Welcome to GetDPI! Very nice image!
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    I've been in Bluff Utah a couple days spending all day Monday in Mule Canyon. This was taken with the WRS1000, Schneider 72mm and P65. I've worked it up on the laptop but will do it again once I get home but wanted to share it here.



    Off to Page this morning; meeting up with Ken Doo to shoot slot canyons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    I've been in Bluff Utah a couple days spending all day Monday in Mule Canyon. This was taken with the WRS1000, Schneider 72mm and P65. I've worked it up on the laptop but will do it again once I get home but wanted to share it here.



    Off to Page this morning; meeting up with Ken Doo to shoot slot canyons.

    Don
    Sweet image Don. Looking forward to seeing a few of your slot canyon images.

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    Very cool Geyer, welcome.

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    Abandoned mine shaft.

    Once part of a thriving industry, today left on its own to the elements.

    Hasselblad H1 / Phase One P 25+ with an H 50-110mm.


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    Frits,

    Awesome B&W work, really like this one a lot!
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    Leica S2 and 120S Marcro. During a hike in Sicily earlier this year.

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    Alpa TC + 35mm Schneider Digitar + 60meg H back handheld.


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    Woody, really nice composition and great light!
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    Picked up my new IQ180 in Grand Junction while on a shoot in Moab. Doing a lot of the typical shots ... lived in Utah for 35 years, and never been here. These have just gone through preliminary processing ... good enough for web, but usually I fine tune if I decide to print.


    Mesa Arch, PhaseOne DF with PhaseOne 28mm. This is about as far north as the sun gets, gonna try to shoot this on Dec 21st to get the other extreme. (at least I won't get eaten by mosquitoes that time of year)



    Green River Overlook, Alpa 12max with Rodenstock 70mm, no LCC but did use LCC HDR technique.

    Noticed that some of my local adjustments caused some pretty sharp halos from the extreme down rezzing ... doesn't show up at all on my screen, not sure about when printing. The brush tool in C1 needs some work ... very difficult to figure out exactly where masks edges and feathering will end up.

    So far this one might be my favorite from the trip, this is looking north while waiting to shoot delicate arch. Only clouds I saw, (ask anyone ... if you go with me you probably won't see clouds) but these were sweet.

    PhaseOne DF with Schneider 55mm (this is with p65+, new back arrived next day)

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    Wayne,

    FABULOUS shot of Mesa Arch with Washer Woman framed in the background. Winter is harder because the Sun comes up to the right of the La Salles in the background, and flames directly into your lens -- unless there are low clouds; then too many clouds and you get no glow on the arch . However, the glow is far brighter in the Winter because the Sun hits the face below the arch for a more direct reflection of red into it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    Picked up my new IQ180
    So far this one might be my favorite from the trip, this is looking north while waiting to shoot delicate arch. Only clouds I saw, (ask anyone ... if you go with me you probably won't see clouds) but these were sweet.

    PhaseOne DF with Schneider 55mm (this is with p65+, new back arrived next day)
    I love this last one Wayne. Great - GREAT color, killer sky and the cloud shapes pull you right in.

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    I've been pretty quiet lately, but settling into Dubai now. From a recent advertorial:




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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Alpa TC + 35mm Schneider Digitar + 60meg H back handheld.

    Finally an image that really demonstrates the benefit of using the Digitar lens on an Alpa, with a high res back. Many have been shown here but this is the first one that really convinces me of the merits of that system - the detail, sharpness and three-dimensionality are all just outstanding! (what I mean is that I have always felt, regarding all the other photos, that yes, I could kind of get such IQ from my Hy6/Sinar eMotion 75, too. But here I can see that perhaps no, this looks like something a class above IQ-wise).

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    I will post some samples of my HCam-B1 the next days - here is the first one Phase One P45+, 17mm Canon TS, f11, 1/60,100 asa, 2 shot stitch /up 8 and down 8mm, resulting in an image of about 135 degr. image angle.Original Tiff file 154 MB 7205x7120 pix, Sepia toned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Steib View Post
    I will post some samples of my HCam-B1 the next days - here is the first one Phase One P45+, 17mm Canon TS, f11, 1/60,100 asa, 2 shot stitch /up 8 and down 8mm, resulting in an image of about 135 degr. image angle.Original Tiff file 154 MB 7205x7120 pix, Sepia toned.

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    Wow...

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    Stefan, way cool -- definitely W I D E ! ! !
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    here is the second one: PhaseOne P45+, canon 17mmTS, no shift, f11,5, 1 sec. 100asa. The hood of the truck is only 60-70cm away from the lens. you can see it from the distortion.
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    and here with the Canon 24mm TS II: this is the lens that will make many architecture photographers happy campers - no- I mean NADA-Not a bit of distortion, straight as Microgrid paper -the bread and butter lens with no Color cast, no chromas and tack sharp, full Movements (8degr. tilt and 12mm shift) usable on every chip up to 80 Mpix - very few light falloff, no whiteshot necessary, nor any LCC or whatsoever.
    P45+, f11,5, 2 sec., 100 asa, Canon 24TSII 8 mm shift upwards. HCam-B1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Alpa TC + 35mm Schneider Digitar + 60meg H back handheld.

    Woody,
    nice execution; you've captured a lot of interest in a standard type of image. The balance in composition adds a lot.
    You picked a scene that uses the tech camera capabilities, esp the S-K 35mm lens well. Motivates me to dig it out and not worry about all the LCC problems brought up here. I may be wrong, but I do not think a retrofocus lens would have the depth and dimensionality you have here.

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    Very nice image Jerome!
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    NYC over the Navy Yard
    120 schneider, H39

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    rooftop 1, navy yard
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    rooftop 2, changing light
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    NYC over the Navy Yard
    120 schneider, H39

    John, this one is awesome!!! The SK 120 is on my tech-cam short list

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    thank you jack, that was the my shot with that lens. with the cambo, they provide a spacer to move the back about 2" to the rear, then the lens mounts as close to the front as the 43. it is a sharp little bugger

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