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    touché

    (for people who didn't get it the first time, I posted some shots of Tareq with his Hasselblad, and he just posted photos of me, crop included)
    Photographers shooting each other, like Guy and Jack here
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2jbourret View Post
    Ed, you must be a hillbilly with a trust fund. How can you visit so many great places in a year, for 'extended' periods of time, and tend to a gallery, too? I'm envious!
    Trust fund? I wish: more like 25 years in front of a computer monitor but that's a story for a different day.

    Still raining here in New England:


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    Trust fund? I wish: more like 25 years in front of a computer monitor but that's a story for a different day.

    Still raining here in New England:
    And beautiful as always!

    I get the strange impression (whether it is or not) that this is a crop from the righthand portion of an image... not sure why. Were there some abnormal shifts used on this. It's beautiful, but visually unsettling to me. Can't quite pinpoint it...

    Maybe it's just the power lines on the left side adding a touch of imbalance... it's still lovely, however.

    (oh... and thanks for the kind comments about my earlier portrait. I agree about the crop suggestion!)

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    No shifts Shelby, just a slight crop off top and bottom to get a 2:1 pano.

    Not much to be done on the power lines. I would prefer they not be there but I was basically standing in the surf at the edge of the sea so there was no way to block them.

    I'm glad it's unsettling, that was my intent with that perspective.

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    From a recent shoot.


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    From a recent shoot.

    How wide? Like it a lot.

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    How wide? Like it a lot.
    Apologies, I forgot the info.

    HCD 4/28, 1.6 sec @ f16.

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    Love your work Keith! This one is fantastic!

    But I didn't know you've set up studio in your home

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    From a recent shoot.


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    Hi Derek

    Many thanks.

    Funny you should say that, everytime I look at this image I think Van Gogh's studio ;-)

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    curtains are a bit skimpy, eh?

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Keith, as always with your work, I really like this image. One question, if I may, how would you print this, given that the windows are blown?
    Cheers,
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    Jeff, I think it was Freud who said, "Sometimes white is just white."

    Kind regards,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffg53 View Post
    Keith, as always with your work, I really like this image. One question, if I may, how would you print this, given that the windows are blown?

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    I agree Derek, but paper isn't and a print that shows paper white normally looks like crap, or at least mine do. I might just learn something from the master here.
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    Crop from first shot
    Loving these!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    From a recent shoot.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    curtains are a bit skimpy, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffg53 View Post
    Keith, as always with your work, I really like this image. One question, if I may, how would you print this, given that the windows are blown?
    Hi Jeff, yes, the windows were blown intentionally. I cleaned up the tiny remnants of detail that remained.

    I understand your concern. I think this works on screen and in print because it reads as light rather than a solid white. The light bleeds around the frame distorting as it goes.

    But yes, you're right this can be a problem.

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    Marc, thanks.

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    The weather has finally cleared so we will be heading to the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

    A photograph of Marshall Point lighthouse as the remnants of hurricane Ophelia were getting blown out by 35 MPH winds.


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    The weather has finally cleared so we will be heading to the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

    A photograph of Marshall Point lighthouse as the remnants of hurricane Ophelia were getting blown out by 35 MPH winds.

    Ed,

    Wonderful image of Marshall Point. Impressive DoF and this doesn't look like focus stacking. What lens were you using?

    You should have great weather in the mountains, now that the storms have passed. Waiting to see some shots of the fall color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Ed,

    Wonderful image of Marshall Point. Impressive DoF and this doesn't look like focus stacking. What lens were you using?

    You should have great weather in the mountains, now that the storms have passed. Waiting to see some shots of the fall color.

    Joe
    Thank you Joe. You are right, no focus stacking. I used the Rhodenstock HR23 at f/16 with the IQ180. Camera was about 18 inches above the walkway.

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    Ed, nice shot.

    There is a magenta spot exactly in the middle of the image, did you notice it. I don't think it's natural.

    Thierry

    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Thank you Joe. You are right, no focus stacking. I used the Rhodenstock HR23 at f/16 with the IQ180. Camera was about 18 inches above the walkway.

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    Ed, nice shot.

    There is a magenta spot exactly in the middle of the image, did you notice it. I don't think it's natural.

    Thierry
    Yeah, I noticed it too but thought it was my uncalibrated laptop. I think my LCC needs to be redone now that I have a CF.

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    We finally got some clear Fall weather here in D.C. MLK Memorial - the plaza at dusk and the statue at dawn.
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    Phase two of a modelling portfolio I'm doing for a mate...this is really not my genre but I think they're about ok?









    All IQ180 with DF body and SK 110LS.

    Any c&c most welcome...
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    Hello guys! Learning to photograph wildlife using medium format.
    Phase DF + Leaf Aptus ii 10 + Mamiya 300mm APO f 4.5
    Taken in the very remote part of Kamchatka:


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    Brilliant!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Phase two of a modelling portfolio I'm doing for a mate...this is really not my genre but I think they're about ok?









    All IQ180 with DF body and SK 110LS.

    Any c&c most welcome...
    cannot see the images "content protected by owner"

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    Oops, sorry my friend, so easily done... should be ok now! And thanks for pointing it out!

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    OK, Been shooting the past 5 days can hardly keep my eyes open, yet I had to take a look at a few of my shoots from fall colors here in Telluride.
    Here is one from the other day.
    Many more to come.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Here is another...... and these are just from day 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nik View Post
    Hello guys! Learning to photograph wildlife using medium format.
    Phase DF + Leaf Aptus ii 10 + Mamiya 300mm APO f 4.5
    Taken in the very remote part of Kamchatka:
    That's a wonderful sight. Were you standing in plain view?

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    That's a wonderful sight. Were you standing in plain view?
    Yes, this is Kurile lake, the only way to get there is by helicopter - the closest town is 1.5 hour flight away. There's a population of approx. 250 wild bears living on the shores of the lake. It is a place where Michio Hoshino http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michio_Hoshino was killed by a bear.

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    Wow, do you carry a firearm with you? Sounds like quite an adventure.

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    Wow, do you carry a firearm with you? Sounds like quite an adventure.
    Yes, I had a rifle with me all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Felipe View Post
    Loving these!
    Thanks, Philipp!
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    Yes, I had a rifle with me all the time.
    EXCELLENT


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    Hello guys! Learning to photograph wildlife using medium format.
    Phase DF + Leaf Aptus ii 10 + Mamiya 300mm APO f 4.5
    Taken in the very remote part of Kamchatka:

    Spectacular Nik!

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    Hello guys! Learning to photograph wildlife using medium format.
    Phase DF + Leaf Aptus ii 10 + Mamiya 300mm APO f 4.5
    Taken in the very remote part of Kamchatka:

    Could you advise the aperture used in this lovely shot? I’ve been thinking about getting one of these 300s, but wondering if it would be useable at full aperture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    Could you advise the aperture used in this lovely shot? I’ve been thinking about getting one of these 300s, but wondering if it would be useable at full aperture.
    This shot is was taken wide open at F4.5 with Mamiya 300mm f/4.5 APO LENS. I am in love with this lens because of how sharp it is and how it draws the out of focus areas. It has no VR, so using a good tripod is a must with shutter speeds below 1/250 based on my experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    Could you advise the aperture used in this lovely shot? I’ve been thinking about getting one of these 300s, but wondering if it would be useable at full aperture.
    Another thought: the Mom is in focus and is tack sharp, the cubs are not (slightly out of the focus plane). There's 6-7 feet deep distance between them (the Mom is closer to us) which exceeds the plane of focus. I like to use focus as a creative instrument of setting accents in the picture and adding 3d effect (when it is used selectively on one of the subjects). I printed this picture 5 feet long using Canon ipf 8300 on Hahnemuehle FineArt Pearl and looks 3D on the wall :-)

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    Bokeh looks nice and smooth, too.

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    One more question: is the image shown cropped on the sides?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    One more question: is the image shown cropped on the sides?
    No, no cropping on the sides.

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    Spectacular Nik!
    Thanks, Ed! I am your fan and have been following your landscape work here for some tiime.

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    The weather has finally cleared so we will be heading to the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

    A photograph of Marshall Point lighthouse as the remnants of hurricane Ophelia were getting blown out by 35 MPH winds.

    At least on my monitor, there is a quite obvious magenta color cast in the rear portion of the walkway to the lighthouse. The foreground portion has a green color cast. There is something weird going on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcubell View Post
    At least on my monitor, there is a quite obvious magenta color cast in the rear portion of the walkway to the lighthouse. The foreground portion has a green color cast. There is something weird going on.
    Wondering if lens flare could be the cause of the magenta spot; sky is hot.

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    Wondering if lens flare could be the cause of the magenta spot; sky is hot.
    Now that you mention it, the HR23 with the CF is very susceptible to lens flare and it tends to be magenta in the very center of the frame. I waited for the sun to go behind the clouds to get rid of the railing shadow but the clouds are/where still very hot. I haven't had a chance to reload the raw file, it was just a quick process job on my laptop after a long day of shooting. Have to keep the blog/facebook watchers at bay.

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    This is my 1st pose here. I've just recently found out this forum and love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Now that you mention it, the HR23 with the CF is very susceptible to lens flare and it tends to be magenta in the very center of the frame. I waited for the sun to go behind the clouds to get rid of the railing shadow but the clouds are/where still very hot. I haven't had a chance to reload the raw file, it was just a quick process job on my laptop after a long day of shooting. Have to keep the blog/facebook watchers at bay.
    Interesting, because I'm having problems with magenta flare when near the edge of occasional images ... something I've only ever seen on my IQ180. I've got a couple of images that took some serious post work to fix it.

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