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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Quick take from a model shoot yesterday, have a load of editing to do and got some real winners. This one caught my eye this morning. IQ 160 full res with 110 LS lens. Fun part was walking on desert mountain with 2 models in 6 inch heels surrounded by jumping cholla cactus. Took longer to get in and out than shoot. LOL

    OMG! You should be ashamed publishing this jail bait.

    Seriously; great models, cool surroundings and incredible exposure. Is this natural light with a reflector to fill the shadows?

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    One black and white from Tokyo...the view from



    Room 3526 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel.

    H3D-39 with HCD 4/28.

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    Peter, I like this one a lot.
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    Alienation at Citicorp Center. Alpa TC + sk 35mm + IQ 180.


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    Gorgeous models and shot Guy.
    How I want to shoot Tokyo Peter. Very cool image.
    Love the colors Jerome, Etrump and Bill.
    Last edited by The Smoking Camera; 18th October 2011 at 15:19.
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    Fashion accessory shoot yesterday.

    150mm
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    Another from yesterday.

    80mm
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    Guy, Joe, you're tempting me to give up landscapes....
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    But here's another, nonetheless!


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    Love your landscapes Bill. Can't imagine a better way to experience Fall from Hawaii.
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    You're very kind, Joe!
    Soon I will be wishing I were in HI...winter is never far behind fall!
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    Well this is a FUN with MF. Lol

    Ed fill flash . Metz 54 with 110LS

    I'll post my keepers tomorrow.
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    Serene temple in Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan.



    3 shot pano, H3D-39 HCD-4/28. BW conversion in CS4.

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    Greeting from Denver.

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    Well I'm still in mental debate on 1 or 2 of these for myself but I shot everything with the 110 LS with the IQ 160 at full rez. Have to say shooting MF here was just a load of fun for me. I love the challenge and everything was shot handheld. But the good news is it landed me a lot of work.















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    one more

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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Serene temple in Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan.



    3 shot pano, H3D-39 HCD-4/28. BW conversion in CS4.
    Sweet Peter!

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    Peter, lovely pano and BW conversion.
    Guy, amazing shots and under such harsh light conditions!
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    Guy, you too are convincing me to give up landscapes...though I suppose your shots are a sort of landscape....
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Smoking Camera View Post
    Peter, lovely pano and BW conversion.
    Guy, amazing shots and under such harsh light conditions!
    Yes I wanted the drama of the light but it's tough out here and the model needs to be dead on with her face or it gets ugly fast. Some here are with fill but some are not. As I teach in the workshops it's always about the light but it needs to be controlled. It's the toughest thing to learn in photography is lighting and many folks simply do not pay attention to it or do not take the time to learn it. If I could give one piece of advice in all my years is learn lighting. It's in everything we shoot.

    BTW thanks for the compliment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    ... If I could give one piece of advice in all my years is learn lighting. It's in everything we shoot.
    Words of wisdom.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Two from the Eastern Sierra's last week




    Close up of an old rusty tractor motor
    Mamiya DF/IQ140 with Mamiya 150/2.8/D (ISO=50, Shuter=1/2-S, F-11)
    Three images focus stacked with 'Helicon_Focus'






    Mono Lake tulfa just after sunset with full moon rising
    Mamiya DF/IQ140 with Mamiya 300mm/4.5/Apo
    1st picture (ISO=50, Shuter=1/8th-S, F-6.8, focus-tulfa)
    2nd picture (ISO=50, Shuter=1/45th-S, F-6.8, focus-moon)
    Two shots combined in software

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebe View Post
    Two from the Eastern Sierra's last week




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    I love this image. Very nicely done.
    Ylem ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    one more

    Guy, too much jail bait now if you'd shot these with the Cambo vs the DF/110LS I'd be waving the glow sticks
    Ylem ...

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    Lol . Problem is this age bracket is the meat of the industry. I honestly don't agree with it either. Like to see the industry main thrust a bit older.
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    Lol . Problem is this age bracket is the meat of the industry. I honestly don't agree with it either. Like to see the industry main thrust a bit older.
    Nice to look at but boy do I feel old ... Gimme some 30-40ís real glamour :-) showing my age ...
    Ylem ...

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    Thank You Graham

    When I saw this tractor, I envisioned a B&W Sepia. Jim Collums
    pictures of trains and rusty old things entered my mind.
    I processed a few B&W versions, but in the end prefered the color.

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    had a test shoot this afternoon with an awesome model and a new location. i wanted to check out a few things before a larger shoot on monday.

    it was also my first shoot a) with the 55/2.8, b) with the 210/4, c) relying on the mamiya + aptus 22 as my main rig.

    anywho...a few unretouched photos, right out of camera and through lightroom. the last few are using this totally awesome vari-color filter a family friend found in her garage, no photoshoppery.

















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    Great work everyone! Guy... those skin tones are so lovely!

    Well... good news. It works! (my RZ setup). Finally got my adapter on the cam, mask in the viewfinder, batteries installed, yada, yada... and it works like a charm.

    A first shot.

    Stepped out on the balcony and grabbed a closeup of a christmas cactus next to the front door. This shot belongs squarely in the "shots of my cat" genre.

    RZ67 Pro IID, 110/2.8 @ f/4, Aptus II 6



    Shoot with a student model this afternoon... let the fun begin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Nice to look at but boy do I feel old ... Gimme some 30-40ís real glamour :-) showing my age ...
    You may enjoy these, I think they look terrific.

    http://greenfield-sanders.com/galler...ts/supermodels

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    Guy, georgous use of light to accentuate the innocent feel of the models (are they like 14 or something?)
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    Blonde is 15 and brunette is 18. I won't shoot anyone looking older than they are though. My wife being in this business on the agent, casting, manger/schools end that computes to be a bad thing. Being a parent myself i would not want my kid looking much older than they are. Keep them young and fresh.
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    So many fantastic images on the last two pages. Absolutely stunning work, not enough time to go back and praise them all. These ones really speak to me:

    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
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    _IGP4573 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr

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    Lake Tahoe, CA

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    Pramote,

    Great capture of Emerald Bay at sunrise! It is rare to have any portion of Tahoe that calm at any time, kudos!
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    Thank you Jack! A word from you means a lot to me.
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    @wentbackward - thanks! glad you liked the shot!
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    So, I finally found some time to start on my last trip to HK and Singapore. I will probably post more stuff soon. This time I selected something different and not to typical for HK. It's just a quick BW upload, because I was to tired after working for 10 hours on panoramic imagbes to do any color work...


    645AF - 45D - IQ180 - 3 Image stitch



    645AF - 45D - IQ180 - 3 Image stitch


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    I have a top modeling agent at my house for a few days staying with us. She insisted I put this one in my book.

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

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Back to Hawaii for a couple of weeks, this time Maui. More of a vacation this week, next week hopefully do some serious shooting. Did stop and grab this one last night,

    DF/IQ180 75-150 at 75mm, 4 seconds at f/11 ISO 35

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    Finally getting a shot or two with the RZ. I love this camera (even though my viewfinder mask isn't quite right yet). Finally feel like I'm shooting at the speed that I need to.

    My better half.

    RZ67 PRo IID, Aptus II 6, 110/2.8 at f/4 (handheld)


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    Trail Ridge Road
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    Early June 2011 (The 1st day of road opening)

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    Agreed, the best one you have posted. The dark space on the right and the shadow of her hem nail it.

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    Christopher - fascinating! Can't wait to see more.

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    One last test of the RZ out on the balcony... my daughter.

    Was seeing how the 110/2.8 renders transitions from a shaded foreground to a strongly lit background. I have to admit, to 110 in tandem with the aptus II sensor is pretty sweet.

    First file worked up in C1 DB as well. Just editing for color, contrast, etc...

    RZ67 Pro IID, 110/2.8, Aptus II 6


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    Shelby, both great portraits -- and your daughter is definitely a carbon copy of her mother's image! (Probably a great thing for her too! )

    Just want to comment on the RZ: had one several years ago and loved it, especially the way the glass rendered on film. I owned and used nearly every lens ever made for the system except the 110. I have to say it appears every bit as glorious or even more so on digital as the others did on film -- kudos!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Lewis View Post
    One last test of the RZ out on the balcony... my daughter.

    Was seeing how the 110/2.8 renders transitions from a shaded foreground to a strongly lit background. I have to admit, to 110 in tandem with the aptus II sensor is pretty sweet.

    First file worked up in C1 DB as well. Just editing for color, contrast, etc...

    RZ67 Pro IID, 110/2.8, Aptus II 6

    Shelby, itís crispy where itís sharp, and creamy-smooth where itís not, unlike my 110/2.8 for the M645 (I had wondered about the similarity of focal length and aperture). I had one or two of these in the old days of film, and remember the lens fondly, but my new (used) 110mm is a bit too wiry in OOF areas with an Aptus 22.

    Damn! Might have to look for an RZ! Would love another 140mm macro too, one of the best lenses ever.

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