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    PhaseOneDF with PhaseOne 28mm, IQ180 back, 30 seconds at f/11 ISO 35
    How do you like the 28mm with the IQ180, Wayne? I'm missing my super wides.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yatlee View Post
    Here is one taken in Hong Kong during a Typhoon.


    T1 from Braemar Hill by yatlee, on Flickr
    Love it, in particular the perspective and depth. Should look great printed. One of the examples that bad weather makes great photos.
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    Terrific images as always in this thread. malmac, nice to see there is someone almost 'local' (only 110 kms or so!) to me on here.

    A friend and I went out early yesterday (6 July 2011) for a bit of a prowl around. Our sunrise shots were not much due to a lack of cloud but this pre-dawn stop at the local sugar mill was certainly worthwhile! *H2 | P20 | 50-110 @ 50 | f8 | 20 secs | ISO100



    and this pre-dawn shot looking east down the Tweed River from Murwillumbah, with the Condong Mill in the rear ground, is a ‘good ’un’. H2 | P20 | 50-110 @ 50 | f8 | 20 secs | ISO100



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    Greetings Gentlemen,
    I am recently back from wandering about and still learning my way around all this forum posting stuff. I'm hoping this is MF film as well as digital... don't have a digital back on my RZ but am enjoying the heck out of the size of the frame compared to all the small sensor/format cams.
    EDIT: Just realized after submitting this forum is in the Digital Cameras section, making the above point moot. Sorry about that guys ;-/...

    Here are a few from the year thus far, all with the RZ67 ProII:

    (linked from my zenfolio account) Vintage Harley bling at a local motorcycle rally here in Fort Collins, Colorado: RZ67 on Portra 160VC through the Mamiya 110


    (linked from my zenfolio account)Loveland Feed&Grain Building, Loveland, Colorado: RZ67 on TMAX


    (linked from my zenfolio account)Great Divide, Colorado on Ektar
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    I don't do 'studio' very often, and certainly not with a 9 month old...

    but a few worked out. Here's one I like.

    (P65+ Contax, 140mm dual mono Profotos)

    (and yes, I had some 'off stage' help
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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    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.
    Always nice to see another Cambo at work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by micek View Post

    While I like both - this is my fav.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    very strange place in the navy yard
    Very interesting shot. Looks like a fun place to go shooting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Lewis View Post
    Played a wedding (trumpet) at St. Joseph's Abbey in Covington, Louisiana today... snapped a quick one between rehearsal and ceremony.

    Aptus ii-6, Mamiya 80/2.8D



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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    bob:,

    bit of a squeaky place to get into, i was inside that curved "vessel" that is the door to the dry dock, about behind the third porthole from the right, top row he,he
    Interesting - reminds me of what a park ride might look like...
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    Quote Originally Posted by yatlee View Post
    Here is one taken in Hong Kong during a Typhoon.


    T1 from Braemar Hill by yatlee, on Flickr
    Beautiful! I've always said the worse the weather the better the images.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    How do you like the 28mm with the IQ180, Wayne? I'm missing my super wides.
    Well, it's OK and at least it's wide. Corners are soft and still get some CA on some high contrast areas, but overall can manage to get good images out of it. Haven't really checked to see how well it holds up with the IQ180 compared to the p65+

    Here's a few images from my trip to S. Utah for the weekend ... this is the spillway of Gunlock Reservoir ... it's usually dry by this time of year.
    PhaseOne DF with 75-150 at 150, 1 sec. at f/22, ISO 35


    Everything the same except zoom at 75mm


    Took this one at Kolob Canyon with the 300mm. Despite everything I did (weight bag over camera etc.) still not as sharp as I would like it. The IQ180 might be just too much resolution for it. Still some testing to do. 1/6th sec at f/8

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    Wavelight - Sunlit water droplets from a breaking wave tracing arcs.

    This is a crop, despite using the 150mm, I was still perilously close to getting a drenching from the broken wave. Shutter was 0.2s. I would like to explore the possibilities that this image suggest exist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post

    Took this one at Kolob Canyon with the 300mm. Despite everything I did (weight bag over camera etc.) still not as sharp as I would like it. The IQ180 might be just too much resolution for it. Still some testing to do. 1/6th sec at f/8
    Wayne, are you using the tripod foot on the lens, or mounting via the body? I have found that tripod foot on the lens to be unreliable as a support, have removed it from my 300 and now mount it via the body. FWIW...
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    Quote Originally Posted by baxter View Post
    Wavelight - Sunlit water droplets from a breaking wave tracing arcs.

    This is a crop, despite using the 150mm, I was still perilously close to getting a drenching from the broken wave. Shutter was 0.2s. I would like to explore the possibilities that this image suggest exist.
    Very nicely seen!
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    From the Appalachian Trail with my Alpa TC, 35mm xl and IQ 180 back.


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    Warren Congregational Church. Alpa Max + 72mm L + IQ 180


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    Well, it's OK and at least it's wide. Corners are soft and still get some CA on some high contrast areas, but overall can manage to get good images out of it. Haven't really checked to see how well it holds up with the IQ180 compared to the p65+
    That's kinda what I suspected. When you've tested it with the IQ180, post some pics.

    Took this one at Kolob Canyon with the 300mm. Despite everything I did (weight bag over camera etc.) still not as sharp as I would like it. The IQ180 might be just too much resolution for it. Still some testing to do. 1/6th sec at f/8
    Another lens I'm interested in. I had the HC 300mm in my Hasselblad kit, and now with Phase One can only get to 150mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    From the Appalachian Trail with my Alpa TC, 35mm xl and IQ 180 back.
    Woody, I like this one a lot. The fern "organized chaos" leading to the vertical trees is really interesting. And the greens just jump off the screen.

    So have you decided to trade your Hasselblad gear in for the IQ180?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    From the Appalachian Trail with my Alpa TC, 35mm xl and IQ 180 back.

    Dear Woody

    The TC/35xl and IQ180 will be my "high Megapixel P&S" when ever the @#$%^%$# Iq180 shows up

    I really like the combo and you have a nice example of what it can do.

    did you need any LCC? looks great to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    Dear Woody

    The TC/35xl and IQ180 will be my "high Megapixel P&S" when ever the @#$%^%$# Iq180 shows up

    I really like the combo and you have a nice example of what it can do.

    did you need any LCC? looks great to me

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    Yes on the lcc.

    I may have been one of the first people to observe that the TC/35xl = Hasselblad Superwide C, but with a lot more resolution. I'm sticking to my story on this. Alpa has picked it up in their marketing material.

    I struggled with this one in C!. The ferns straight out of the back looked there was some clipping - surface detail seemed to be missing. A look at the histograms suggest there actually wasn't clipping. I fussed around a bit and got it to this point. I've noticed a similar issue with highly saturated reds with this back. I may have to go back to C1 school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Wayne, are you using the tripod foot on the lens, or mounting via the body? I have found that tripod foot on the lens to be unreliable as a support, have removed it from my 300 and now mount it via the body. FWIW...
    Another FWIW, I had a lot of trouble with the 300 until I put a nylon screw in the foot hand tightened to dampen the lens and improved the sharpness substantially.

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    Just out practicing with the IQ180 before heading to Hawaii later this month. Incredible technology, I like it more every time i shoot with it.

    HR 32mm two shot stitch.


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    Out playing with the RZ trying to repo a failure mode with my Leaf Aptus-II 7

    Mamiya RZ67 Pro II D/ Leaf Aptus-II 7/90 F3.5

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    First post here, Contax 645, 45mm, Sinar 54 LV

    (looks a bit over-saturated compared to original and definition looks strange, I need to learn how to produce quality jpegs ...)
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    My Aptus II 12 hasn't arrived yet but my local dealer kindly loaned me a Phase One 645DF with Leaf Aptus II 12 back today. It was a great chance to test the Leaf skin tones that people keep talking about, and the C1 workflow.

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    Skin tones look pretty good. Maybe you should post a few more so we can be sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Skin tones look pretty good. Maybe you should post a few more so we can be sure!


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    More fun. HR23 and IQ180


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    Dang Ed, you've gone all out on the tech lens collection, haven't you! The 23HR is on my "list"
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    Great job Graham.

    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Mitchell View Post
    My Aptus II 12 hasn't arrived yet but my local dealer kindly loaned me a Phase One 645DF with Leaf Aptus II 12 back today. It was a great chance to test the Leaf skin tones that people keep talking about, and the C1 workflow.

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    Great job Graham.
    Thanks. I was swapping between the Phase and the 5DII that day and my favourite happened to be shot with the 5DII:


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    I Agree, yet I love the water reflection on the DF image and the skin tone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    Well, it's OK and at least it's wide. Corners are soft and still get some CA on some high contrast areas, but overall can manage to get good images out of it. Haven't really checked to see how well it holds up with the IQ180 compared to the p65+


    Took this one at Kolob Canyon with the 300mm. Despite everything I did (weight bag over camera etc.) still not as sharp as I would like it. The IQ180 might be just too much resolution for it. Still some testing to do. 1/6th sec at f/8
    Wayne, If my memory serves me, Shooting a 300mm lens on MF, I think you either have to go really slow, like 1 second exposure or faster above 200th sec. I had the same problem with my Pentax 645D with a 300mm F4 lens.
    I think what you are seeing is shutter vibration.

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    Dang Ed, you've gone all out on the tech lens collection, haven't you! The 23HR is on my "list"
    Yes, I'm pretty pleased with the kit right now. I got sucked in because the 24 and 35 XL had issues with the P65+. I knew they would be worse on the IQ180 and Dave helped get me upgraded to the HR glass. Who needs extra cash laying around anyway.

    Both the HR 23 and 32 are stellar. I thought I could get by without the CF on the 23 but finally bit the dust this week. With the CF the 23 my IQ180 images look awesome, and it's nice not fighting with light falloff or noise from using the LCC to bring it back. Slight color correction with the LCC and I'm good to go.

    The HRs have a little distortion though, I would be curious to know how others deal with correcting it.

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    Wayne, If my memory serves me, Shooting a 300mm lens on MF, I think you either have to go really slow, like 1 second exposure or faster above 200th sec. I had the same problem with my Pentax 645D with a 300mm F4 lens.
    I think what you are seeing is shutter vibration.

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    Took this one at Kolob Canyon with the 300mm. Despite everything I did (weight bag over camera etc.) still not as sharp as I would like it. The IQ180 might be just too much resolution for it. Still some testing to do. 1/6th sec at f/8
    Wayne, did you have any trouble with the reds in this image. They look great.

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    I Agree, yet I love the water reflection on the DF image and the skin tone.
    +1

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    More fun. HR23 and IQ180

    Beautiful...

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    Thank you David. Those clouds almost lit up.

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    Yes, I'm pretty pleased with the kit right now. I got sucked in because the 24 and 35 XL had issues with the P65+. I knew they would be worse on the IQ180 and Dave helped get me upgraded to the HR glass. Who needs extra cash laying around anyway.

    Both the HR 23 and 32 are stellar. I thought I could get by without the CF on the 23 but finally bit the dust this week. With the CF the 23 my IQ180 images look awesome, and it's nice not fighting with light falloff or noise from using the LCC to bring it back. Slight color correction with the LCC and I'm good to go.

    The HRs have a little distortion though, I would be curious to know how others deal with correcting it.
    I'm almost at the point of calling it quits on the Alpa or maybe trying the HR lenses. The lens cast on the 35 is just so extreme I'm uncomfortable manipulating the data that much to try and make it right. I can prob. live with it on the 47xl, but not the 35. I also miss going wider than 35 ... I love the wide view of my Phase 28.

    So I might try those two lenses ... or I may just accept what the DF can give me and call it good.

    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Wayne, did you have any trouble with the reds in this image. They look great.
    Actually some pretty serious creative license on the reds here. Only about 5 stops of dynamic range in the image, so reds were pretty lifeless. After expanding out the range, I used a couple of color edits to pull the red density down considerable, giving me much more contrast with the white tree trunk.

    I saw some really intense reds in some images from arches but realized my preset was using a p65+ profile which may explain it. The waterfall pictures also seemed to have some over saturated reds, but then again the rocks there were pretty red.

    At this point I'm happy with the reds, even if there is a slight red issue. In red rock country, nothing wrong making the reds redder I don't shoot any color critical work at all.

    still not sure about the color shift I'm getting from top to bottom of the sensor with pretty much every lens I use.
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    The HRs have a little distortion though, I would be curious to know how others deal with correcting it.
    The Alpa Lens Corrector - it's a fabulous tool. I'm not shooting with the HR 23 or 32 so I cannot attest to how well it works with those 2 lenses.

    http://www.alpa.ch/en/products/tools...corrector.html

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    From recent trip to Banff and Jasper NP's.
    Maligne Lake - Cambo WDS, 72mm, P45+


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    Quote Originally Posted by macoberly View Post
    From recent trip to Banff and Jasper NP's.
    Maligne Lake - Cambo WDS, 72mm, P45+

    Lovely image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macoberly View Post
    From recent trip to Banff and Jasper NP's.
    Maligne Lake - Cambo WDS, 72mm, P45+
    +2 -- stunning image, kudos!!!
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    Pete, that is STUNNING, love the gray (winter?) tones!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Thanks Jack ! I have decided to have a go at doing some landscape work starting with some city scapes - a new world for me!

    - I saw you mentioned you had a 23mm Rodenstock on your shopping list - mine arrived with my artec and this is a quick snap from in front of my house on the wekend. This is a crop using maybe 65% of the real -estate avaliable..100 ISO roughly 5 seconds @ F8 some desaturation in LR and a touch of gradient masking.

    Pete

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Grand Central Terminal, with my Alpa TC + SK 35 xl + 60 meg H back. Handheld but braced against a railing.


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