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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Doors off helicopter flight over Napali coast in Kauai. Awesome experience!

    IQ180 cambo rs, HR32mm





    And awesome photos! They are a terrific set, what a thrill to capture.
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    And Jack, I really like the Irish bridge one, I think it benefits from the cloudy conditions.

    Joe, love the burlesque set, nice work.

    This morning we had a glorious sunrise which made me wish I had gone down to the beach, but anyway here it is from home. It was all beautiful pink tones and some nice rays at the finish. All with the H2, P20 & HC50-110, linked from my RedBubble. The last is a 5 shot blend, just for fun and because I could!

    Sunrise Detail @ 0613


    Starting to wind itself up @ 0617


    Some nice rays @ 0621


    And my bit of digital mischief
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    Odille

    Well you do suffer having a view3 across the ocean each morning - do you have to get out of bed, or is the camera on a tripod with a timer? Just kidding.

    Love the digital mischief - why not have fun.

    cheers


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    Odille

    Well you do suffer having a view3 across the ocean each morning - do you have to get out of bed, or is the camera on a tripod with a timer? Just kidding.

    Love the digital mischief - why not have fun.

    cheers

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    Yes, Mal, it's really hard I do actually have to get out of bed and go out onto the glassed-in verandah! It's a tough life.

    Seriously, it is great for lightning over the ocean too, shoot in complete safety, from a chair, with coffee to hand. My big Manfrotto tripod (055-Nat + 141CRNAT ) pretty much stays out there, it's a big heavy sod to carry around so I use a lighter one when I am on the go.
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    Grand Prismatic - Yellowstone N.P.
    Cambo WDS, 35mm digitar, P45+


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    Terrific skin tones and real glow and luminosity to these. Nice work!
    thanks mate!

    glad to see them get a little love. haha.
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    My monster setup Sinar M. Shot with H4D-40 and 100mm lens.


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    Quote Originally Posted by evgeny View Post
    My monster setup Sinar M. Shot with H4D-40 and 100mm lens.

    Love the tripod, what brand is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by macoberly View Post
    Grand Prismatic - Yellowstone N.P.
    Cambo WDS, 35mm digitar, P45+

    Terrific! Is that a stitch or crop?

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    And awesome photos! They are a terrific set, what a thrill to capture.
    Thanks Odille!

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    Love the tripod, what brand is that?
    This is a Berlebach tripod (berlebach.de).

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    Grand Prismatic - Yellowstone N.P.
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    Love the pic - imagine it looks great in full resolution. Fantastic.

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    Yes, Mal, it's really hard I do actually have to get out of bed and go out onto the glassed-in verandah! It's a tough life.

    Seriously, it is great for lightning over the ocean too, shoot in complete safety, from a chair, with coffee to hand. My big Manfrotto tripod (055-Nat + 141CRNAT ) pretty much stays out there, it's a big heavy sod to carry around so I use a lighter one when I am on the go.
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    RZ67 + 110/2.8 + ZD back
    Against the sun without reflector or flash

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    ilya, was that shot with an RZ67 Pro, Pro II or Pro IID? I was thinking go taking mine digital with my aptus 65s back but have had problems finding the right adapter, and trying to figure out how to meter with the AE prism finder
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    It is D ver. But anyway prism metering doesn't work with digital back.

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    Ah, that explains. Nicely done, lovely photo!
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    I'm game folks! I've got a working DB now and have had an hour today testing the SK 72L for the first time.

    I am totally amazed how good I focus with guessing distance!!!!!!! I have HPF rings on order and this week coming I am ordering a Disto 5, but I am really close on every shot with guessing. I honestly did not think that was possible.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Just playing with the new IQ180.







    But the real surprise is the Sensor+. I've only tried it at ISO 800 but the images are extraordinarily crisp and clean. This was the 300 mm handheld at 1/3000 sec. Processed at P1 defaults.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Heading into the storm. IQ180 Sensor+ ISO 800, 150 mm


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    Nice one, Dan!

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    Thanks guys
    The last one with the windows I plan to shoot again as soon as I get my disto. I need the disto to stay exactly at the same distance from physically moving the camera for a stitch. My SWA only allows for one way of movement and that is needed for rise in this case.
    So, this one is a crop, and was more of a test to see if it is worth working for!
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    Heading into the storm. IQ180 Sensor+ ISO 800, 150 mm


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    Bill, would have posted your image in here but don't know how.

    I am loving this image - did you do much post production, to get the light cloud bank just popping off the background clouds?


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    Thanks Ed. It is a two image stitch.

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    Terrific! Is that a stitch or crop?

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    Mal, I just converted it in C1 using the built-in Style preset for high contrast B&W. Then a little extra clarity and a touch of noise reduction. I lightened the file to the point of the white cloud almost blowing out the highlights. (I had exposed ETTR as always.)

    Thanks for kind comment!
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    Todays catch

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    While I'm at it....this one is actually also from today....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Heading into the storm. IQ180 Sensor+ ISO 800, 150 mm

    That is a superb image, I really like the pattern of clouds. Great work Bill.
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    Thanks Odille!

    The weather has now cleared...unfortunately!

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    Sunrise and fog. IQ 180 + Alpa TC + SK 35mm XL. Handheld. That's blue sky in the upper left, not cyan cast.

    Last edited by Woody Campbell; 22nd August 2011 at 18:58.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Same time, place and rig. After taking these I ran in to get a tripod, but the light was gone.


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    Warren CT Congregational Church. IQ 180 + Alpa Max + SK 120. N 26mm rise and 8mm of shift. Two frames stitched. I'm using live view on the Max for framing and composition - this really works very well.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Sunrise and fog. IQ 180 + Alpa TC + SK 35mm XL. Handheld. That's blue sky in the upper left, not cyan cast.

    Woody, this one is awesome -- great capture!
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    Maiden of the Creek

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    Dragged the RZ out to the creek in the rain. I'll have more later as I process them.


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    Nice chhurch Woody!

    Here is another church, a small (closed) church in the countryside.

    My image is nothing special, but this is interesting.......no less than 20mm rise with the SK 35XL and NO LCC. Pretty clean with the Aptus II 5 and also the cross on top is very close in sharpness as the wall in the centre. Is this the 9 micron chip talking?

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    Great shooting itsskin.
    So many cool shots Dan.
    Nice one mvirtue.
    Super shot Bill.
    Most excellent Woody.
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    Miss Hawaii Vampire contestant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Nice chhurch Woody!

    Here is another church, a small (closed) church in the countryside.

    My image is nothing special, but this is interesting.......no less than 20mm rise with the SK 35XL and NO LCC. Pretty clean with the Aptus II 5 and also the cross on top is very close in sharpness as the wall in the centre. Is this the 9 micron chip talking?
    Dan,

    The Aptus II 5's 9 micron sensor is a lot more forgiving and definitely helps with the inevitable MFDB restricted DoF! As I'm sure you're finding, the gorgeous color and tonality matters more than uber pixels especially when they hit paper vs pixel peeping.

    I think that the II 5 is very under rated and a veritable MFDB bargain especially in a kit bundle these days.
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    Graham, it sure is a nice way to enter MF digital! I am enjoying it

    I spoke to the guy who never takes his eyes away from the castle "Svaneholm". It was ok to take a photograph of him while on guard....

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    I have a lot of fun with my P30+, I like the details and files that it produces, you can work with them and bring the pictures back to the idea that you had while you was shooting, and, sometimes, you can also get completely different but fascinating results.




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    Hasselblad H3DII39 + 28mm @ f22 with 0.75 Grad ND + 81C


    I'm still on the road and posting new photographs to FB until I return.

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    Jecxz,

    While this type of pier shot is becoming almost a clichι, I always enjoy them! I especially like the soft light and color in this one
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    Only natural light (19.00pm summer), P30+ 80AF PhaseOne. Can’t decide between color and BN. I am converted the profile from ProPhotoRGB to sRGB but with FireFox I am still seeing different color for what I see in PS.

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    Woody, Dan, Derek, great stuff as usual!
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    Thank you. I would agree but two weeks ago a publisher asked me for more dock photographs!!!! Go figure.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Jecxz,

    While this type of pier shot is becoming almost a clichι, I always enjoy them! I especially like the soft light and color in this one

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    couple latest from New Zealand.
    Arthurs Pass


    Milford Sound


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    Wow. Will those are stunners.

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    New Zealand is truly beautiful.
    I wish to visit back again with my MF this time, who knows, maybe soon this year or next year.
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