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    Fantastic work Marko. Wonderful subject isolation in that first one, but the second is simply captivating. Impressive flare in that third shot as well. Very nice all around.
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    ISO25, Aptus22, 110mm 2.8 Sekor:

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkoRepse View Post
    Hi everyone! First images here. City experimental, natural light, as simple as it gets
    So, how did you mount Zeiss 85/1.2 on medium format body? Do tell.

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    +1 .... I very much like the look.

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    Messing around with LR 4 and IQ180 files. I'll have to do this again in C1 to see how they compare, the local adjustments of LR made this easy and the new paradigm in the develop module is actually very nice.


    PhaseOne DF, IQ180, PhaseOne 28mm, 2.5 secs at f/29, ISO 35

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    Great shot, Wayne..

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    So, how did you mount Zeiss 85/1.2 on medium format body? Do tell.
    Its messy and you end up "destroying" a Mamiya body. Since there seems to be quite a bit of interest about this I'll be writing a separate thread on it later. Stay tuned!

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    Some of my recent work in Switzerland





    Shot from Grund, near Interlaken. There was a snowstorm blowing at Jungfraujorg so it wasn't possible to shoot. Caught sunset on the way down, and decided on a tribute to Hokusai

    I prefer the next one, but a number of people who have seen both prefer the last one. Lighting was a bit tricky, and I was standing knee-high in a snowdrift with a tripod to shoot this


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    Lots of lovely detail in the second shot from Switzerland but there are some strange things going on in the sky (I assume you used tone mapping?)

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    Yes, unfortunately. I'm speaking with David tomorrow to see how I can reduce the halos
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    [IMG][/IMG]

    mamiya dm22 sekor c 80/1.9
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    Just finished all images from this years project. Here are a few more.



    IQ180 | Rmd3i | 32mm | 1 images

    Design by Karl-Johan Ekeroth & Christian Strömqvist



    IQ180 | Rmd3i | 32mm | 2 images

    Design Jan Willem van det Schoot & Jeannette van Steen





    IQ180 | Rmd3i | 32mm | 1 images
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    Just home...

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    Snapshot of my son from this evening.

    RZ67 Pro II, 150mm f/3.5, Aptus 22

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    H4D-60

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I saw a wood fired pottery kiln being loaded today. Only light was that used to see for the loading. Note the interesting fish heads.
    645D, 75mm FA (800 ISO)

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    _IGP7168 by tsjanik47, on Flickr

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    This week at the Bicentennial Tropical Conservatory in Adelaide, South Australia.



    645AFD/35N/Aptus 22.

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    About 15 minutes later, trying to avoid direct sun into the [fungus-afflicted] lens.



    Unprocessed RAW from camera.

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    interesting building and angles. Looks like a spaceship landed badly....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    interesting building and angles. Looks like a spaceship landed badly....
    These were shot into the sun using shrubbery as gobos, last Friday afternoon; a full shot from a distance (two-stitch panorama) is below. It was made last winter—the trees look autumnal owing to C1’s selective colour control!



    Built to commemorate 150 years of English invasion (or settlement if you prefer!).

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    Love the architecture....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    Love the architecture....
    It is very impressive in the flesh. From the air.

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    Sunrise this morning. Not much to work with...



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    Time for some summer...
    Spring has arrived in southern Sweden, at least.
    So lets think positive

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    Messing around with some B&W tonight. I'm not too good at but sometimes I get something I like. This one looks nice printed ...


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    Very nice shot, Wayne.

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    Messing around with some B&W tonight. I'm not too good at but sometimes I get something I like. This one looks nice printed ...
    P65+, 75to150 at 75mm, 4 sec at f/16, ISO 50

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    Quote Originally Posted by TH_Alpa View Post
    Very nice shot, Wayne.

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    Plus one from me. Very nice indeed.

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    645AFDII+ZD back + 80/1.9N , wide open


    Odd performance by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr

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    Utterly, utterly awesome. Rothko does Digital. I take my hat off to you Sir!

    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


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    Tim..Those words coming from you make me thrilled!
    Just for a record, this is a broken-AF lens and cost me only $175. Turn out I've been using it all the time.
    Thanks friends for your kind support.
    Pramote

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    Ditto - awesome, awesome shot, Pramote - broken lens or not

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    I love it too, Pramote, nice image.
    I would myself have left the moon out, to make the image even more dramatic and even more with the effect of a painting. But no negative critic, only IMHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


    Cancun,Mexico
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    Quote Originally Posted by TH_Alpa View Post
    I love it too, Pramote, nice image.
    I would myself have let the moon out, too make the image even more dramatic and even more with the effect of a painting. But no negative critic, only IMHO.

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    Thanks Thierry! You are the second one who said that. I really appreciate it.
    I should have the 28mm with me then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    We hit a winner. Print it BIG
    Thanks very much guy! Truly appreciate.
    I have only the Epson 4900. It came out great on Exhibition fibre.
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    You need 7900 size let me know. Have one sitting here
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    I'd love to but my wife was not very happy when she first saw how big the 4900 was.
    Let her get used to this one for a while

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    LOL. Hey I know that feeling. My 7900 was carried in with 3 people. She thought i bought a casket. ROTFLMAO
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    LOL. Very funny! Exactly how she looked like when she saw the 4900 the first time. We share something in common here

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    Love my 7900. Would love it more if it didn't run a complete cleaning cycle every time I go to print.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    I'd love to but my wife was not very happy when she first saw how big the 4900 was.
    Let her get used to this one for a while
    Good strategy. I remember the arrival of my first inkjet, a 2200. My wife absolutely flipped over how big it was – a 2200! Later, when a 4800 arrived on a palette, hardly a peep. Now she agrees I should replace the 4900 with a larger printer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Good strategy. I remember the arrival of my first inkjet, a 2200. My wife absolutely flipped over how big it was – a 2200! Later, when a 4800 arrived on a palette, hardly a peep. Now she agrees I should replace the 4900 with a larger printer.
    My Canon 6300 has inherited the nickname given my previous printer, an HPZ3100: "The Wurlitzer".

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    I plan to buy the 9900 when I really need my wife's life insurance

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    Big Sur, CA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
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    That's stunning Pramote!

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