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    Taken this afternoon . H1, 80mm,P30 and 3 images stitched .

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    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.

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    Graham, the "Japanese Garden" shot,

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    H1,80 mm,P30 and a 9 image stitch

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    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

    Fantastic ... think this is my favorite image of this tree (which is on my bucket list for next year).

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    Graham, I LOVE the tree!
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    Thank you everyone for the kind comments regarding the Maple Tree. I went back again this afternoon with my tech camera but it's never quite the same twice. The rain really added to the vibrancy of the colors - something that I didn't have today.

    Ed - your fabulously rich Mill shots motivated me to get out because I HAD to get some bold color this fall after being skunked on two trips recently.
    Ylem ...

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    Ed - your fabulously rich Mill shots motivated me to get out because I HAD to get some bold color this fall after being skunked on two trips recently.
    Glad to help! Every nature photog would love to get such a lovely image of "that tree".

    Vintage Arkansas view, I'm a sucker for backlit foliage:


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    Graham, that tree is a classic. Congratulations!
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    Graham, hope you can live with that shot until next year - gonna be tough! Yup, a little sarcasm here, that picture is gorgeous!

    Ed, you're killing me! Love your pics, keep them coming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwphoto View Post
    Taken this afternoon . H1, 80mm,P30 and 3 images stitched .
    rwphoto - gorgeous, really very nice!

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    Portland Japanese Garden
    Graham that is stunning! Love it to bits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Glad to help! Every nature photog would love to get such a lovely image of "that tree".

    Vintage Arkansas view, I'm a sucker for backlit foliage:

    So beautiful!!! I wish I were there.

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    Sunset at Garden of The Gods, Colorado Springs, CO

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    A camel farmer I caught just before the light died. I'll have to back there earlier next time. Maybe I'll bring him a new T shirt


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    IQ180, Cambo, HR32, blended, stitched and cropped:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Mitchell View Post
    A camel farmer I caught just before the light died. I'll have to back there earlier next time. Maybe I'll bring him a new T shirt

    I wouldn't bother, I once did a day trip on a camel, had to burn my trousers after, couldn't get the stink out of them. I assume he has nice clothes at home but his wife refuses to let him wear them when working with the camels as she fed up trying to get the stink out!
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    [QUOTE=Graham Mitchell;363421]A camel farmer I caught just before the light died. I'll have to back there earlier next time. Maybe I'll bring him a new T shirt

    Great image and a striking face. I wonder if he's as old as he appears or if his environment has weathered his appearance. A new T-shirt seems like a good idea, smell notwithstanding. Mine always wear out at the collar, never like his.

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    RZIID + Mamiya ZD.. 110/2.8

    3 shots stitch afaik.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Mitchell View Post
    A camel farmer I caught just before the light died. I'll have to back there earlier next time. Maybe I'll bring him a new T shirt

    Thank you Graham! I really like that one and it is also a nice contrast to have a non-landscape image here.

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    So many great images on this pages I can't comment individually, thanks to all for sharing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwphoto View Post
    Taken this afternoon . H1, 80mm,P30 and 3 images stitched .
    Now that, my friend, is a classic beauty...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwphoto View Post
    Taken this afternoon . H1, 80mm,P30 and 3 images stitched .
    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    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

    I could live with that very happily indeed!

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    I'm doing a series of macro shots of butterflies... here are a couple. They're shot on a light table with a SK110LS and extension rings. They're at the printers right now being printed onto 1.5 metre square panels of silk crepe, and if all goes well will hang about two inches off the wall so that they pop suddenly when lit, and then flutter in any drafts. We'll see. But it was a fun project!




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    About to head back home from a trip to Bryce and Zion parks. 645DF and IQ180. Other EXIF shown in mat of each image.



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    About to head back home from a trip to Bryce and Zion parks. 645DF and IQ180. Other EXIF shown in mat of each image.



    Canyon light is so wonderful and you've done a great job capturing it Joe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    I'm doing a series of macro shots of butterflies... here are a couple. They're shot on a light table with a SK110LS and extension rings. They're at the printers right now being printed onto 1.5 metre square panels of silk crepe, and if all goes well will hang about two inches off the wall so that they pop suddenly when lit, and then flutter in any drafts. We'll see. But it was a fun project!
    Your presentation sounds incredibly cool! Wonderful images.

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    a few portraits









    If you're interested in seeing the full sets, drop a PM.

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    Ed & Joe,
    Magnificent! Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djonesii View Post
    a few portraits









    If you're interested in seeing the full sets, drop a PM.

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    Well that didn't work out ....... have to do it a different way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    About to head back home from a trip to Bryce and Zion parks. 645DF and IQ180. Other EXIF shown in mat of each image.



    I love the top one

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    [QUOTE=tashley;363752]I'm doing a series of macro shots of butterflies... here are a couple. They're shot on a light table with a SK110LS and extension rings. They're at the printers right now being printed onto 1.5 metre square panels of silk crepe, and if all goes well will hang about two inches off the wall so that they pop suddenly when lit, and then flutter in any drafts. We'll see. But it was a fun project!



    Beautiful color and different but nice

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    Taken this last week end.
    France - Vosges - P645D / FA200 / Iso 800

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    The right path for a good photographic workflow !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    About to head back home from a trip to Bryce and Zion parks. 645DF and IQ180. Other EXIF shown in mat of each image.
    Joe,
    Beautiful light, especially Bryce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daure View Post
    Taken this last week end.
    France - Vosges - P645D / FA200 / Iso 800
    Very nice. I really like Vosges region, but have never been there in the fall- looks wonderful.
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    Joe,
    Love them both great job


    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    About to head back home from a trip to Bryce and Zion parks. 645DF and IQ180. Other EXIF shown in mat of each image.



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    Most of our deciduous trees have lost their leaves now and it's the turn of the larch to go for gold.


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    Another from today.


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    Taken with the P645D


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    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
    Beautiful work Wayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    So many great images on this pages I can't comment individually, thanks to all for sharing!
    My feeling as well - simply awe struck.

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    Thanks Ed, Dan, Steven and "tsjanik" for your kind comments. The light in both Bryce and Zion was magical.

    Here's another one from Zion. This rock formation is known as The Preacher and the Pulpit. 645DF and IQ180.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    I'm doing a series of macro shots of butterflies... here are a couple. They're shot on a light table with a SK110LS and extension rings. They're at the printers right now being printed onto 1.5 metre square panels of silk crepe, and if all goes well will hang about two inches off the wall so that they pop suddenly when lit, and then flutter in any drafts. We'll see. But it was a fun project!
    Tim,

    I'd love to see a photo of the finished project. These two are wonderful. The colors jump off the screen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    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
    Graham,

    Thanks for sharing this image. I have never seen "that tree", nor had I known about it until I saw your photo. Great color and composition. Looks like a character from Lord of the Rings should appear in the foreground.
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    Two more pictures from "Söderåsen" nature reserve in southern Sweden.
    AFDlll, 35 mm AF and 50 mm shift, P45+

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    Two more pictures from "Söderåsen" nature reserve in southern Sweden.
    AFDlll, 35 mm AF and 50 mm shift, P45+

    Ray
    I love the first image, but when I bring up the large version most of the saturation seems to be gone ... not sure why. The preview looks much better

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    Hi Wayne, glad you liked it

    Dont understand why you get different saturation beetwen the two versions.
    Is it the same with the other image also?
    They both look ok on my screen.

    Ray

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    Phase One DF + Leaf Aptus 10 + 300mm Mamiya lens, 2 shot stitch. River brotherhood :-)


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    I love these bear cubs! очень хороший!

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