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    Just a spur-of-the-moment snap without any special preparation of a wonderful time of the year.

    Happy Holidays all

    Hasselblad H1, Phase One P25+ (11 seconds), followed by a bit of Capture One Pro tweaking.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustbak View Post
    H4D60, HC150 plus 13mm extention ring.
    Great portrait, about the kid not the photographer.

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    First image post in here. Fotoman 6x12 with Schenider 58xl. Acros in Rodinal. Still saving my pennies for a tech cam to replace it.

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    Nice to see the CP is on track in your shot, Frits!
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    Nicholas, that's a great shot...where is it?
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    Frits,

    That is one beautiful Christmas tree!

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    There is a tree in there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Nicholas, that's a great shot...where is it?
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    Thanks Bill. That's Donner Lake, near Truckee, CA. I live up on the hillside near the shaded left ridge of the photo.

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    Just snapped this today in Telluride with my Hy6/AFI with a Rollei 250mm F5.6



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    Quote Originally Posted by paolo d.j. View Post
    hallo everyone,I'm new.thanks for watching
    Welcome... nice girl (and photograph).

    ¿What did you do with her eyes?

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    ¿What did you do with her eyes?

    change the color

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    AFDII+Mamiya ZD+150/3.5 AF(old)


    MMFC0001www by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr

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    AFD3, 150 3.5MF and my Granddaughters

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    Quote Originally Posted by NicholasRab View Post
    Thanks Bill. That's Donner Lake, near Truckee, CA. I live up on the hillside near the shaded left ridge of the photo.
    Hi, Welcome...
    I even went into Google to find which knoll you stood on to take the picture - the terrain is a bit different on the coast, where my step-grandsons live!
    ¿What sort of Tech Can do you hope to buy? ...and why?
    ¿Will you be looking for a lightweight system for back-packing?

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    Those granddaughter portraits are great! I just love them, they show so much character!
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    Happy Holidays!

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    manhattan skyline, a bit unusual point of view

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    a Bayonne beach...120 SK

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    Quote Originally Posted by carstenw View Post
    Those granddaughter portraits are great! I just love them, they show so much character!
    Thanks, you should see the funny ones lol

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    More great kid photos, jagsiva

    Paul, please post them
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    Quote Originally Posted by carstenw View Post
    More great kid photos, jagsiva
    Thanks Carsten.

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    JLM,
    Nice shots... redhook for the first one...? I loved shooting down there by IKEA

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    thanks, dogstar, but those were shot from Bayonne. below is a shot from Redhook and those tiny cranes on the horizon are the ones in Bayonne!


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    Here's one from today. Sometimes nature plays along! I had ten minutes of frantically trying to find somewhere scenic to capture the amazing sunset as I was driving home tonight through an unfamiliar part of the state and not sure when to stop and capture something before it disappeared.

    DF IQ160 75-150 1/2s @ f/9
    Ylem ...

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    Superb shot Graham. I especially like the triangular shadow of the mountain across the sky.

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    Leica S2 with 35mm...walkabout, hand held shoot inside mall.



    My initial impressions on the S2 here.

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    JLM..

    Ahhh I see now where you are shooting from, I recognise those cranes....

    Graham.. wow what a shot and to find a spot and grab like you did... top marks indeed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Here's one from today. Sometimes nature plays along! I had ten minutes of frantically trying to find somewhere scenic to capture the amazing sunset as I was driving home tonight through an unfamiliar part of the state and not sure when to stop and capture something before it disappeared.

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    Well you obviously found a great spot. The mountain's shadow is an incredible feature in the composition. Wonderful!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Here's one from today. Sometimes nature plays along! I had ten minutes of frantically trying to find somewhere scenic to capture the amazing sunset as I was driving home tonight through an unfamiliar part of the state and not sure when to stop and capture something before it disappeared.

    DF IQ160 75-150 1/2s @ f/9
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    STUNNING! It is pretty rare to see a "mountain shadow" in a sunset as prominent as this one -- well done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dick View Post
    Hi, Welcome...
    I even went into Google to find which knoll you stood on to take the picture - the terrain is a bit different on the coast, where my step-grandsons live!
    ¿What sort of Tech Can do you hope to buy? ...and why?
    ¿Will you be looking for a lightweight system for back-packing?
    I was probably lower down on the hill than you guessed via google. 58mm is quite wide on 6x12!

    I'm on the lookout for a Cambo WRS, but delaying my purchase for a while and trying to be content with my 5d and t/s lenses while the new crop of cameras comes out. Why a tech cam? I shoot a lot of residences and architecture here, plus my personal landscape work seems to frequently be on the wider side of things. Something about simple plate cameras resounds with me... Oh, and I hate film, even though I keep shooting it with my 6x12. I'd love something to replace it.

    Anyway, as this is an image posting thread, I probably should post something along with the reply. This is from last year, Seliunte, Sicily.

    6x12 Fotoman with 58xl. Provia 400x. Handheld grab shot.

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    Graham,

    STUNNING! It is pretty rare to see a "mountain shadow" in a sunset as prominent as this one -- well done!
    Thanks everyone for the kind comments. I'd like to say that I'd carefully planned this using 'The Photographer's Ephemeris' etc etc but it was pure chance - and I'm happy for that! The annoying thing was that it was even more impressive leading up to this shot with an even more stunning shadow reaching way behind me across the sky. If you'd had a tape recorder in my truck at the time you'd have heard 'expletive EXPLETIVE expletive EXPLETIVE' as I was trying to find somewhere to stop.

    Btw, the more I look at this image the more it looks PS'd and super saturated. Fact is that all that I did was drop the exposure in a grad for the sky and pulled up the boring field in the foreground. Galen Rowell was right about under exposing for colour!
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    Lovely photo Graham - I guess most of know the feeling about not finding a place to stop/park - thankfully you got the shot in the end.

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    That sunset's a winner, Graham!
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    A macro shot ....

    Dear all;

    Got the 80mm macro, and some kit, been playing with it and focus stacking
    P30+, linear stage, 100 images stacked...







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    Wow! Graham, that's a stunner!! Never seen that phenomenon before!

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Here's one from today. Sometimes nature plays along! I had ten minutes of frantically trying to find somewhere scenic to capture the amazing sunset as I was driving home tonight through an unfamiliar part of the state and not sure when to stop and capture something before it disappeared.

    DF IQ160 75-150 1/2s @ f/9

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    That's a cutie ... Not! Sometimes I'm glad that I can't see the monsters that we live among everyday.

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    Dear all;

    Got the 80mm macro, and some kit, been playing with it and focus stacking
    P30+, linear stage, 100 images stacked...




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    Big fleas have little fleas upon their backs to bite 'em,
    And little fleas have lesser fleas, and so ad infinitum.
    And the great fleas themselves, in turn, have greater fleas to go on,
    While these again have greater still, and greater still, and so on

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Here's one from today. Sometimes nature plays along! I had ten minutes of frantically trying to find somewhere scenic to capture the amazing sunset as I was driving home tonight through an unfamiliar part of the state and not sure when to stop and capture something before it disappeared.

    DF IQ160 75-150 1/2s @ f/9
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    Quote Originally Posted by NicholasRab View Post
    This is from last year, Seliunte, Sicily.

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    Jaw dropper! Fantastic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by djonesii View Post
    Dear all;

    Got the 80mm macro, and some kit, been playing with it and focus stacking
    P30+, linear stage, 100 images stacked...







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    What camera/kit did you use?

    What was the reproduction ratio, and what is the lens optimized for?

    I have been accumulating kit for macro for decades... but I have not got a good system together yet.

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    Super crisp light out at the lakes today. Used a cabin 6x7 loupe to focus and found it MUCH easier than the WLF magnifier. Definitely feeling the need for tele and wide lenses.

    RZ IID, 110/2.8, Aptus II-6



    and a non-color-processed 100% crop. Pretty happy with my measly 28mp. I do think my focus screen needs a slight calibration (for front focus), but f11-ish apertures covered it up today.



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    Few new Images I shot on my trip a month ago up to the North West of Australia. all with H4D-40 and 28mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    Few new Images I shot on my trip a month ago up to the North West of Australia. all with H4D-40 and 28mm
    Bungle Bungle


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    I know the light is good in the antipodes (I have been there) but is there something magic about Hasselblad colour?

    None of the Alpha pictures on the technical camera sub-form seems to have any impact or clarity, which is strange, as it is the lens and digital back that make the difference!

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    Will... love those images. To be so saturated and vivid, they still don't come across as over-the-top to me. Kudos

    Playing around in a dim, window lit living room this morning. My girl, playing the usual serious subject (totally the opposite of her normal personality).

    RZIID, Aptus II 6 @ ISO 100 (Underexposed a bit)... 110/2.8 @ f/4

    Mild blue/yellow split-tone added in post.


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    Lovely images, Will, Shelby and Graham - always a pleasure to drop by and see that latest posts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    Few new Images I shot on my trip a month ago up to the North West of Australia. all with H4D-40 and 28mm


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    That is some very clever use of very subtle geometry!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Lewis View Post
    Will... love those images. To be so saturated and vivid, they still don't come across as over-the-top to me. Kudos

    Playing around in a dim, window lit living room this morning. My girl, playing the usual serious subject (totally the opposite of her normal personality).

    RZIID, Aptus II 6 @ ISO 100 (Underexposed a bit)... 110/2.8 @ f/4

    Mild blue/yellow split-tone added in post.


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    A visit to Mupe for sunrise is non-trivial, it's quite a hike in the near dark. Another obstacle was the locked gate into the Army Range; it should have been open... Having arrived on the beach it took my eyes a short while to identify where to set up. Wet rocks made it treacherously slippery underfoot. I could see the light glinting off the two foreground rocks, so based the composition on this. Using my lightmeter, pretty much everything read zero, even though they had to be different types of zero...! I had to guess on exposure, so decided upon 4 minutes, the camera then takes an equivalent 'dark' exposure for noise reduction. So 8 minutes for me to see that this time, I had guessed correctly.

    Conditions changed massively during my 2.5 hours on the beach, leaving in pure sunshine.

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    Having enjoyed a short session at Porth Nanven during Xmas eve morning, things darkened out to sea. Shortly afterwards I could see that a rainbow would appear. The challenge as I saw it was to ensure I could get some shots, whilst readying my bag for quick pack up and shelter behind rocks on south side of beach.

    The patch of wet sand with the cliff reflection in it also features in 'Golden Flow', a very different image just 10 mins prior to this. From rainbow formation to finish, was just 3 minutes and I used 150, 45 then 28mm lenses. This is from the 45mm.
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    Golden Flow - This image was made about 10 minutes before the formation of the rainbow. The warm coloured cliff reflection in the wet sand drew me to this region of the beach. Square crop suited the curve of the stream better than either 5x4 or native 4x3.

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