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    Hasselblad H4D-40 with HCD 28mm.
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    That's a stunner, Pramote!

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    Thanks very much Lloyd!
    I'll see you more once I've got D800e.
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    Thanks very much Lloyd!
    I'll see you more once I've got D800e.
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    Great! Very much looking forward to that.

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    What can ya do when you're 1,00 miles from home and not feeling as good as you should? Do a micro test of the 120mm manual focus lens. Of course being in a hotel room doesn't offer the best solution for shooting micro. Armed with a tripod, remote shutter the DF and the 120 I managed to shoot this. (I forgot to mention the cut down plastic water bottle and LED flashlight.)



    Sensor Plus, f/11 1/60 and ISO800.

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    One more...

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    Okay last one.



    The stuff that makes your nose run, eyes itch and then you sneeze.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    What can ya do when you're 1,00 miles from home and not feeling as good as you should? Do a micro test of the 120mm manual focus lens. Of course being in a hotel room doesn't offer the best solution for shooting micro. Armed with a tripod, remote shutter the DF and the 120 I managed to shoot this. (I forgot to mention the cut down plastic water bottle and LED flashlight.)

    Sensor Plus, f/11 1/60 and ISO800.

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    ¿Does anyone use LED lighting for studio macro?

    A nice fan-cooled pro studio flash pack is £6,000, and you cannot get fiber-optic adapters any more, so why not LED?

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    Okay last one..

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    I hope not! Nice macros.
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    ¿Does anyone use LED lighting for studio macro?

    A nice fan-cooled pro studio flash pack is £6,000, and you cannot get fiber-optic adapters any more, so why not LED?

    I've decided to start looking for lighting now to go along with the 120 and one of the ones I'm looking at is a LED ring light.
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    Thanks Graham no more from today however we're leaving Atlanta in the morning and will shortly be passing through Memphis and Houston before spending a day in the White Sands. If I don't do anything in Memphis I should in White Sands.

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    I took this one outside a couple days ago. While it could have/should have been sharper this is what helped me decide to buy the lens. Even with breezy conditions I could see the potential.



    f/11 1/250 ISO50 DF/120 manual P65+

    This truly is the last one for awhile as I'll be on the road for a couple days.


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    Granma at 85

    A little different than what usually posted here, this is a portrait of my grandma, 85 y.o. and kicking b.tt! Here she is at her writing table (she wrote all her life for herself, but started having her work published in the last five years, and is now keeping at it intensively! I wish I'll have a tenth of her energy if and when I'll hit 85):



    Taken with a Hassy 501 CM, 80mm, Leaf Aptus II 12R, 2 Nikon Speedlights to the rescue with Honl modifiers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dick View Post
    ¿Does anyone use LED lighting for studio macro?

    A nice fan-cooled pro studio flash pack is £6,000, and you cannot get fiber-optic adapters any more, so why not LED?
    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    I've decided to start looking for lighting now to go along with the 120 and one of the ones I'm looking at is a LED ring light.
    Ring-lights can be useful as fill, but I want a single LED bulb with an integral lens on a flexible stalk, e.g. as a spectral light for a diamond, or to light a small part of a subject 1cm or smaller.

    What ID ring-light would you need for your macro? ... fortunately the Apo-Digitars are small.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    A little different than what usually posted here, this is a portrait of my grandma, 85 y.o. and kicking b.tt! Here she is at her writing table (she wrote all her life for herself, but started having her work published in the last five years, and is now keeping at it intensively! I wish I'll have a tenth of her energy if and when I'll hit 85):



    Taken with a Hassy 501 CM, 80mm, Leaf Aptus II 12R, 2 Nikon Speedlights to the rescue with Honl modifiers.
    A wonderful person your Grandmother is! I A lovely portrait that will be cherished for generations.

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    This is an old farmhouse and barn 8 miles south of me in North Dakota. 645DF IQ180 F11 6.0s
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Might want to create a web version, upload it to the gallery, and then link that in your post.

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    Once again amazing stuff !!! When I have more time I really have to look for a print
    we may have to trade Christopher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    A wonderful person your Grandmother is! I A lovely portrait that will be cherished for generations.

    Kind regards,
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    Thank you Darr, yeah she's pretty great - to us at least she is, we are really grateful for her
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    Just got back from a workshop my store held in Monument valley, we had native american photographer Mylo Fowler (who mainly shoots 4x5 film) organize and lead it. Weather was iffy, but I got a some nice things.


    Totem Pole, DF with schneider 55 at f/4.5 (which I found wasn't very sharp), this is a manual HDR, still some work to do.


    Hunts Mesa, DF with schneider 55, 1/25th at f/12 iso 35

    Hunts Mesa, DF with 28mm, 1/25th at f/12 iso 35
    wasn't the weather I was hoping for but the wind/sandstorm gives these an interesting mood.

    The magenta blotches are something I've been struggling with ... still unclear where they are coming from ... I've spent several hours trying to rule out C1/LR4/CS5 & 6. Still no clue. I've printed the totem pole shot with no problems, I'm getting some kind of artifacts mainly when I down rez. I'm also worried about a back issue that is exacerbated when I down rez this far.

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    Just got back from a workshop my store held in Monument valley, we had native american photographer Mylo Fowler (who mainly shoots 4x5 film) organize and lead it. Weather was iffy, but I got a some nice things.

    Those are wonderful. The iffy weather gives a 3D quality to the last two which is amazing.

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    Agreed, absolutely stunning. I LOVE the first one!!!!

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    Those are wonderful.

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    Big plus one from me, Wayne. I especially love that last two. One rarely sees these sorts of photos from Monument Valley, and while always impressive, the usual type are, well, usual. BTW, the sky in the third shot was worth the trip. wish it was in the second too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post



    I really like the vineyard shots you've posted. My region is not quite so high end, but has a rustic quality

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    1_IGP6121 by tsjanik47, on Flickr

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    Thanks Tom. This is a project for me, to photograph one vineyard for an entire year. This vineyard has minimal production, three thousand cases a year. It sells for $300 a bottle. I have one, have not opened it yet. The vineyard has four workers in the vineyard, year round, every day. It is meticulous, as you will see. One of the most expensive vineyard managers out there...
    My English Setters are loving this, we go several times a feel, and they run the rows!!!

    There are things to be said for rustic. Napa was once rustic, now it feels like Disneyland.
    Last edited by Vincent Goetz; 25th March 2012 at 20:31.

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    Wayne.. superb series. Love second image.

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    RZ+Aptus54s+180mm VSF


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    A quick workup from a headshot session today... RZ67 IID, Aptus II 6, 180mm

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    A quick workup from a headshot session today... RZ67 IID, Aptus II 6, 180mm

    This has a gentleness to it that is welcome.
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    Wonderful portrait Shelby - hats off!

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    Not all there.” River Torrens, Adelaide (South Australia) winter 2011.



    1/6 second exposure M645AFD/35N/Aptus22.

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    Pemaquid Pt

    P25+ DF 35D 30s f/16

    Ylem ...
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    Lovely image, Graham!

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    Graham, I am loving that image.

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    Three lovely Monument Valley images Wayne - a very fine depth of tone and colour. The IQ touch, in spite of the difficulties!

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    Shelby, great image, beautiful model!

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    Permaquid Point, again...

    Both Pentax 645D with 55mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Permaquid Point, again...

    Both Pentax 645D with 55mm.
    Nice Shashin. Interesting that you and Graham have posted the same lighthouse from opposite ends of North America.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    ..............................There are things to be said for rustic. Napa was once rustic, now it feels like Disneyland.
    I know Vincent, I grew up in California in the 50s, 60s and early 70s. The place I knew doesn't exist anymore. Here it is still rustic, an Amish school house:



    _IGP7175 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Nice Shashin. Interesting that you and Graham have posted lighthouses at the opposite ends of North America.

    Resonates with me -I have a collection of granite beach stones from Nova Scotia and the west coast of Vancouver Island. They look very similar, yet so far apart.
    Tom,

    Perhaps I'm mistaken, but I thought both the images of the lighthouse posted by Shashin and Graham were of the same lighthouse? Please correct me if I'm wrong.

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    Tom,

    Perhaps I'm mistaken, but I thought both the images of the lighthouse posted by Shashin and Graham were of the same lighthouse? Please correct me if I'm wrong.

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    You're quite right Dave, thanks. I'll correct my post.

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    Yosemite Valley, CA
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    gotta love Yosemite....

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Nice Shashin. Interesting that you and Graham have posted the same lighthouse from opposite ends of North America.
    We probably go to different Portlands too.

    But there is only one Permaquid Lighthouse, and that is in the great state of Maine, that oddly enough has a Washington as well. Actually, two Washingtons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
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    Please correct me if I'm wrong.

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    You are right. I just have a shorter drive...

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    Hasselblad H4D-40 with HCD 28mm.
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    Very nice composition, but it has a little too much contrast, sharpening or luminance for me. Nonetheless, a very interesting photo!

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    Thanks Johnny! The critique is very well accepted and appreciative. Pramote

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    liking the Amish schoolhouse....my sis is trying to get me to move to Stamford, CN. Might happen, but hard for a native Californian....

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