Haven't posted any over here for awhile. Here's one from the S2 ...
Awesome Will. What lake is that?
Victoria, Australia (Cambo/P65+):
Ed I think the image from Victoria is simply magnificent! I hope you're printing it BIG.
My first posting here. This is our Bengal cat Sam sitting by the fence checking out the birds. Leaf AFi / Leaf AF7 with Rollei Schneider 60-140 AF
I am not a painter, nor an artist. Therefore I can see straight, and that may be my undoing. - Alfred Stieglitz
etrump: that Victoria shot is amazing
Will: love the salt lake pics - the last one is just breathtaking
frontosa: I love your Bengal's little Cheshire cat grin - he's thinking of those tasty birdies I suspect!
And one from me, this is the ocean yacht Gretel II dockside during the Tasmanian Wooden Boat Festival in Feb 2011. Taken at 3.30pm in the afternoon, before we watched her being moved around to another mooring and my RedBubble mate Brett Rogers (who shoots film on med format SLRs and TLRs) got to go to the very top of the mast!
I had to do some savage cropping on the right hand side to edit out the hordes of sightseers!
H2 | P20 | 50-110 ~ linked from My RedBubble
H2 | P20 | HC 50-110 | HC 150 f3.2 | HC 210 f4 ~ My Website
More from Norway
London, Buckingham Palace. The Queen was home, but I didn't actually tell her we were in town as we'd have to have awkwardly declined tea.
Alpa 12TC, hand-held, Rodenstock 40HR, Mamiya DM33 back, Mamiya 43mm viewfinder with custom mask, ISO 50, hyperfocal focus
Remember Kodachrome in 120 format?
I was sifting through some old (quite old!) files today and came across this one from 1988. It was taken with a Rollei 6008.
First edit from the Huck-Ice Glen series of images. Made possible by Huck DelSignore (mask), Waterfall Perry (model), and Eric Dolgins and Michael Eade (grips and creative consulting). All endured swampy heat, deet-defying ruthless post-Irene mosquitoes and unstable footing on slippery moss covered rocks. What an incredible morning. Toughest shoot I've done to date!
P65+ ISO 100 f5.6, P1 AFD & Schneider 80mm lens
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I had a p45 for two years, sold it and my leica gear to get into a used a p65+
The difference *while splitting hairs I know!* is remarkable.
The p65+ is SO wonderfully versatile. Thought S+ would be a neat curiosity to toy with -- turns out it has essentially replaced my canon 5d mk II too!
Except for a few circumstances, say ultra low light shooting or need for high FPS, I don't see myself using my Canon kit for awhile.
in conclusion? my p65+ is opening up fantastic possibilities. see show above of woman in forest. P65+
ZD + 645AFDIII + 35mm (old, MF version) @f16
Joe Colson Photography
Kurt, I love the expression on the face of the biker! Charles
Ed, I agree with Joe's comments on Victoria, Australia image...it sucks you in!
Bill, wonderful light and texture on your "Getting Up At Dawn" image! I don't know if you gave that image a name or not...but "Getting Up At Dawn" is my name for it. Charles
Flew to Maui to shoot Haleakala crater, but too many clouds.
Instead, drove around the mountain and found this colorful abandoned vehicle.
Thought it might be worth posting.
H4d-40 with 28mm.
A little post work for fun.
The island of Lanai in the distance.
Very cool shot!
Fascinating Joe - what a juxtaposition of spectacular location and rusty subject!
And Ed, I really envy that Victoria forest shot. Your usual impeccable standard.
Eucalyptus. Lots of them in CA apparently.
Thank you Jack and Bill.
Always fun to find this kind of juxtaposition.
Here's another from the the 10,000 ft summit of Haleakala.
The blue island of Kahoolawe is in the distance.
H4d-40 and 150mm.
CrossFit shoot for a local athletic store.
H4d-40 and 28mm.
IQ180, 150 mm.
Yeah, it's called Pin-Barrel-Cushion distortion.
IQ180 55 LS
Sometimes the actual experience is so incredible no photograph could evoke similar emotion. This was one of those images that didn't do much for me until some time lapsed and I revisited the images.
Very first 30 minute walk with newly acquired H3D:
Ice cream parlor, due to open in 2007 ;-)
loving the detailed files and edge performance of the system compared to my Canon.
Pentagon Memorial for the Victims of 9/11/01. The markers are illuminated benches. The outward facing markers are for those lost inside the Pentagon. The inward facing markers are for the passengers of American Airlines flight 77, all of whom perished.
If you are in the D.C. area, or visiting here, you should visit the Pentagon Memorial. It is a most unusual and thoughtful memorial.
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Thank you Aboudd, not just for the photos but the accompanying explanation. Normally one hopes a picture needs no words but in this case they make the images more meaningful.
(ps "your" 75 Cron is doing great things!)
Posting here for the first time.
H4D-40 and HC 120mm Macro. Handheld.
Holy-Moly! The eye detail is incredible.
I'd add a touch of tone on the right edge.
Sept. 11, 2011. Camden, Maine.
While we're into old houses, I shot this Fix 'er Upper somewhere on Prince Edward Island this summer.
Hasselblad H1, Phase One P25+