My first post here, hope you guys like it.
First with P65+
Second with IQ180
H4D50 HC 28 mm
Edited with Lightroom (not with Phocus !)
My images on 500px : http://500px.com/ghoonk
H4D-40 | Xpan | Leica M9P | Leica M Monochrom | X100 | Hasselblad 500CM | 501CM | 503CXi
Dan, those are GREAT images!
Cambo RS, SK72L, IQ180, 2 shot stitch.
Boxley Valley is arguably the most magical place in the state of Arkansas. The valley includes a number of family-operated farms, dating from 1870 and 1930. The farms are situated on either side of the road that parallels the Buffalo National River. Many of these farms are still operated by the descendants of the original homesteaders. There were around fifty homes in the valley when it was designated as a cultural and historic district in 1987. Of those only a couple dozen were inhabited so there are many vacant buildings in various states of disrepair.
The area is rich in scenic wonders in addition to the Buffalo National River. Numerous waterfalls, streams, caves, hiking trails and wilderness areas including a 35 foot waterfall inside one of the caves. On any given day, you might see cattle, elk, white-tail deer and trumpeter swans sharing the lush meadows and ponds in the small valley.
This series's location is real except the ghost
Video behind the scene:
This one, the background is from Ladakh India and the model was shoot in the studio:
1 Member(s) liked this post
I will post a couple more from the series. They are very similar in that all of the poets are looking into the camera, except one. I like working with individual images, but I also like thinking in a series. Consistency is obviously important, but also putting in a slight twist.
But this is stuff from work. This thread is about fun (not that I don't have fun at work).
I decided to have some fun at the Grand Mosque too
Dan and Graham... lovely stuff!
Husband and Wife: A couple of orchestral string players... not really retouched yet.
RZ IID, Aptus II 6, 110/2.8
Been on Maui for the week. Having to process most of my IQ180 files in Lightroom ... C1 and the laptop just struggle a bit too much. Also until they fix the cursor bug local adjustments are nearly impossible. This one is shot at Secret Cove in the Makena area.
PhaseOne DF/IQ180, 75-150 lens at 125, 0.5 seconds at f/20, ISO 35
This is from the Bamboo Forest near Hana
PhaseOneDF/IQ180, 75-150 at 90mm, 2 secs at f/16, ISO 200
Finally got a palm tree sunset I like OK ...
PhaseOneDF/IQ180, 75-150 at 75mm, 8 sec at f/16, ISO 35
wonderful lighting Dan
Studiolight - H2 with P30
@ Wayne, Dan & Graham
Some pictures from last Friday when I visited the nature reserve "Söderåsen", in southern Sweden.
AFDlll, P45 +, 35mm AF and 50 mm shift.
When I am outdoors, I have never met anyone else with a medium format camera.
Last Friday when I was coming out of the nature reserve, I met a man with a Hasselblad camera. We talked a little about the different photo views there.
Then I went towards the end of the reserve. During the walk, I met another 10 people or so with medium format cameras and digital backs.
In the end I had to ask two latecomers what it was all about really, a camera club or what?
Then they told me that it was an international workshop arranged by "better-moments" and with Hans Strand as instructor. The men I talked to was from Goecke and supported with medium format cameras and accessories.
So now I guess it will take at least 5 years before I meet someone else in the woods with a medium-format camera ...
Very nice autumnal forest shots. They remind me of here in the pacific northwest.
Local cement factory:
Those two images are fantastic. They remind me of Maine where I have shot my fair share.
Thank you, Graham, and "Body", great that you liked the pictures.
There is something magical about certain deciduous forests in autumn, & special beech forests.
I think it's too little fall, and too much winter here in Sweden ...
A recent picture from Great Sand Dunes National Park.
P1 DF with IQ 180
Ray, Wayne, Dan, Pramote and Graham,
awesome shots all of you!
Shashin, Ed and Jack,
Thank you so much for your kind words especially coming from all of you.
Tested my new AFD 80mm f2.8 Xenotar today. My first AF lens for the Hy6.
I am visiting Tasmania for a few days to house/mother/fish sit for y sister & bil so they can have a break. Sunday afternoon I went oast house viewing with a couple of RedBubble friends. We really lucked out on the golden hour light.
There is a good history of the Derwent Valley Oast Houses here
These are linked from my RB, more shots there or my blog. All H2, P20, HC50-110 zoom
The Text Kiln, Bushy Park, Tasmania
And a second kiln/oast house on the site
H2 | P20 | HC 50-110 | HC 150 f3.2 | HC 210 f4 ~ My Website
Portland Japanese Garden - yes, that tree ... snuck out this afternoon to see what it looked like with the intention of shooting it tomorrow with the Alpa. I got dumped on with rain and the canopy was getting sparse so it looks like I'll have to live with this one for this year.
IQ160 645DF 35mm 1.6s f/14
Last edited by GrahamWelland; 1st November 2011 at 01:14.
Cherry Creek State Park, CO
PhaseOne DF, IQ 180 and Mamiya 28mm D
Thanks for viewing.
Just having fun with a car I found parked in the desert.
Haven't been to the Grand Canyon for a long time and was lucky to arrive at the end of a storm.
Schneider 100mm Digitar, Alpa STC.
Something a little different from me, I'll probably crop a bit off the top. They are looking for a 10' wide mural for their clubhouse.
Cambo, SK72L, IQ180, ISO35, 2 shot stitch:
Ed - very nice golf course shot. I assume you were up on a lift?