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    John,

    I understand Arca includes a rear box extension of about 1" with that lens for the RM3D. But it is on my short-list. So after my 40HR and 120 SK, my biggest decision is do I get the 70HR or the 73SK?
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    I returned last week from a shoot in Quebec, here's one of the keepers:



    I'm still using old and out-dated equipment, I made it with an H3DII39. I posted about 10 other keepers from the Quebec trip in my Latest Work section in my website. Enjoy the rest of the weekend.

    Kind regards,
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Beautiful, Derek. The latest work section is up to your usual high standards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephengilbert View Post
    Beautiful, Derek. The latest work section is up to your usual high standards.
    Stephen, thank you for your kind words, it's sincerely appreciated.

    Kind regards,
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    Quote Originally Posted by jecxz View Post
    I'm still using old and out-dated equipment, I made it with an H3DII39.
    Well, I guess it's a case of perspective. As old and outdated equipment goes it's not so shabby.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Well, I guess it's a case of perspective. As old and outdated equipment goes it's not so shabby.
    I hope you know I was joking, I fogot to add a smiley face The H is more than I'll ever need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jecxz View Post
    I hope you know I was joking, I fogot to add a smiley face The H is more than I'll ever need.

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    I like your portfolio a lot btw! Your FB shot of your Range Rover looks very familiar to me too. My Land Rover looks very similar when I'm on the road! "lived in" I think is the term.
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    Derek,

    love the "silver" glow you captured in the water --- great shot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post


    I like your portfolio a lot btw! Your FB shot of your Range Rover looks very familiar to me too. My Land Rover looks very similar when I'm on the road! "lived in" I think is the term.
    Thank you and yes, same here, on a shoot the car is home!

    I sold the Range Rover when she hit 100,000 miles and replaced her with a Jeep Commander, which is a bit more reliable. Biggest worry was being stuck where there were no parts. You have shots of your Land Rover?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Derek,

    love the "silver" glow you captured in the water --- great shot!
    Thank you Jack!

    Kind regards,
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    Quote Originally Posted by jecxz View Post
    I returned last week from a shoot in Quebec, here's one of the keepers:



    I'm still using old and out-dated equipment, I made it with an H3DII39. I posted about 10 other keepers from the Quebec trip in my Latest Work section in my website. Enjoy the rest of the weekend.

    Kind regards,
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    Derek:

    I really enjoyed your shots from Quebec. Such a beautiful place, especially where the Canadian shield meets the water. Twice I've been fortunate to stay at Paradis Marin campground near Tadoussac.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jecxz View Post
    I returned last week from a shoot in Quebec, here's one of the keepers:



    I'm still using old and out-dated equipment, I made it with an H3DII39. I posted about 10 other keepers from the Quebec trip in my Latest Work section in my website. Enjoy the rest of the weekend.

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    Hey Derek

    Is the silver in the water glacial silt?

    Great shot

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    Hey Derek
    Is the silver in the water glacial silt?

    Great shot

    Woody
    Hi Tom and Woody, thanks. No, it's not silt. It's just a light reflection from a longer exposure (several seconds); I waited for about 2 hours until the sun was lower, then I took about 1 hour to make this photograph (it took me a while to find the perspective that I had in mind). I used an ND Grad to help out, and I'm pretty sure I also had a regular ND too. I also dodged the water slightly as the reflection was not uniform.

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    Very nice indeed.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Very nice indeed.
    Thanks Guy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Sweet image Don. Looking forward to seeing a few of your slot canyon images.
    Here you go Ed

    I took the Cambo WRS1000 and P65 down into Lower Antelope last week to see how it would hold up to the problems of shooting inside a slot canyon.

    The first image is a single capture Schneider 35mm


    The second image is 2-captures for a focal stack. (Schneider 35mm)


    Edit: f/5.6 1.0 ISO 50
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    Don, is "1.0" 1 second or 1 minute?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Don, is "1.0" 1 second or 1 minute?
    Sorry 'bout that - it's 1 second...
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    Cool, thanks. How long are you finding typical exposures in the deeper parts of Antelope?
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    Nice. I loved the P65 in lower antelope. 8-10 second at iso 50.
    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Here you go Ed

    I took the Cambo WRS1000 and P65 down into Lower Antelope last week to see how it would hold up to the problems of shooting inside a slot canyon.

    The first image is a single capture Schneider 35mm


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    Quote Originally Posted by jecxz View Post
    I returned last week from a shoot in Quebec, here's one of the keepers:



    I'm still using old and out-dated equipment, I made it with an H3DII39. I posted about 10 other keepers from the Quebec trip in my Latest Work section in my website. Enjoy the rest of the weekend.

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    Great image!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Great image!
    Thanks Don; nice shots of the slot canyons, I've been there numerous times and I can't make anything worth showing! Be well.

    Kind regards,
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    Nice shot, Derek!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    [QUOTE=jecxz;328836]I returned last week from a shoot in Quebec, here's one of the keepers:



    wonderful !

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    Thank you Bill and Jerome!

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    Nice image Derek! Here is the first image of mine in this thread.



    Pretty sure it is also taken with outdated equipment...

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    great portrait! captures a lot of personality

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustbak View Post
    Pretty sure it is also taken with outdated equipment...
    Nice detail and "character" Ray, I don't know how we do it with this old equipment!

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    Speaking of Lower Antelope Canyon

    From a trip in early May to northern Arizona and southern Utah with the H4D-40. EXIF shown in lower left border. This is one of my favorite spots in Lower Antelope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustbak View Post
    Nice image Derek! Here is the first image of mine in this thread.



    Pretty sure it is also taken with outdated equipment...
    One of the best musician portraits I've seen. It's got a great look. You can almost hear the music as you're looking at the image. Outdated equipment! Yeah, right.
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    I just have to insert my (so far) favorite Lower Antelope shot -- this was taken with MF, but film about 10 years ago:



    I cannot wait to get back there with my Phase kit...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    I cannot wait to get back there with my Phase kit...
    And now that I'm shooting with a 645DF/IQ180, count me in! And I was just there in May! Can't get enough.
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    Ok, the images of Quebec and using old equipment got me to dig out these from last year. All taken along the north shore of the St. Lawrence, east of Tadoussac at the campground Paradis Marin. It's a well-known destination for whale watching, kayaks and divers. Campsites are on the shore and at night you can hear whales sounding as you fall asleep. As you can see from the first image, campers endure great hardships to see the whales. All taken with a 67 or 645 film camera.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    And now that I'm shooting with a 645DF/IQ180, count me in! And I was just there in May! Can't get enough.
    Actually, Guy and I are thinking that will be a stopping point for our Spring 2012 workshop! Probably late May, stay tuned for details!!!
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    tsjanik,

    I like the 2nd one a lot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Ok, the images of Quebec and using old equipment got me to dig out these from last year. All taken along the north shore of the St. Lawrence, east of Tadoussac at the campground Paradis Marin. It's a well-known destination for whale watching, kayaks and divers. Campsites are on the shore and at night you can hear whales sounding as you fall asleep. As you can see from the first image, campers endure great hardships to see the whales. All taken with a 67 or 645 film camera.
    Hi Tsjanik,

    It's a magnificent area. I was far East of those locations and I crossed the gulf @ Godbout, then drove east to the end of the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    tsjanik,

    I like the 2nd one a lot!
    Thanks Jack!

    Quote Originally Posted by jecxz View Post
    Hi Tsjanik,

    It's a magnificent area. I was far East of those locations and I crossed the gulf @ Godbout, then drove east to the end of the road.

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    Derek, did you travel to the Gaspé then? I haven't been there but next trip I will. How long was the ferry from Godbout?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Thanks Jack!
    Derek, did you travel to the Gaspé then? I haven't been there but next trip I will. How long was the ferry from Godbout?
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    Hi Tom, no, I did not. The ferry ride was about an hour and a half. There are many ferry crossings.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Derek - the Quebec gallery was quite enjoyable, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    Derek - the Quebec gallery was quite enjoyable, thanks.
    Thank you!

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    Great to see members putting in their images - I expect others are getting the same boost to their motivation to get out and make their own images.

    At present I am taking a bunch of images of buildings and urban landscapes which are quickly disapearing from my local town of 100,000 population. The old country town of Toowoomba is being replaced by a small modern city, with brick, glass and high rise.

    In this image we see a rail line that winds through the town, that sees less and less freight and the high fences along the rail corridor, speak of a world of litigation and tresspass.




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    The detaiuls for the rail line image.

    Cambo WDS with a p65+ and a 35mm Schneider lens at f16 at 1/4 sec exposure - two image focus stack so I could have rail line ballast in the foreground sharp and not loose the detail in the houses in the mid ground.

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    From a trip in early May to northern Arizona and southern Utah with the H4D-40. EXIF shown in lower left border. This is one of my favorite spots in Lower Antelope.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    I just have to insert my (so far) favorite Lower Antelope shot -- this was taken with MF, but film about 10 years ago:



    I cannot wait to get back there with my Phase kit...
    Joe and Jack, Nice shot! I want to go there the next time I'm in the States.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    I just have to insert my (so far) favorite Lower Antelope shot -- this was taken with MF, but film about 10 years ago:



    I cannot wait to get back there with my Phase kit...
    I liked this the first time I saw it some time ago. Great angle and the exposure is PERFECT!!!

    I think it would make an even better B&W.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post
    Nice!

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    alrighty...first post in the nikon thread a few days ago...now my first post in here. a few excerpts from an editorial fashion shoot last week. still needs retouching. but figured i'd share a couple. loving the aptus 22 so far.





    i'll post a couple more later when i'm not on my way to lunch.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    A couple of hotel interiors with my H4D-50 at the recent Hassy open day in Oxford, England

    First, with the HCD 28mm lens



    Second with the HC 50 II lens



    Both were HDR tone mapped from 3 exposures as the contrast range was vast and I wanted to retain some detail in the window areas,

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    Quentin, really fine images.

    Question, is that "hotel" a remodeled prison?

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