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    moody pre-dawn, Dante's peak, death valley. IQ160, sk120, 3 shot pano
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    I am jealous of Californian. It is truly a dream place for landscape photographer, Yosemite, Big Sur etc, to names a few.

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

    Really not a critique, but more of an observation from my perspective. Perhaps web images show different if not scaled. You have a great sense of composition and style, great work!

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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.
    Wayne,

    These are stunning! Just the perfect amount of everything!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    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.
    Wayne, LOVE the first Hunt's Mesa shot -- incredible light!
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    Permaquid Point, again...

    Both Pentax 645D with 55mm.
    I raise Shashin a Pemaquid and bet a Bass Harbor!



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    Absolutely stunning, Graham

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    what it's like at a southern Oregon lighthouse...
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    John, I LOVE oregon - however, I am TOTALLY biased!
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    John,

    LOVE the lighthouse shot! It looks vaguely familiar, I just can't put my finger on it though...
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    Cape Blanco, near Port Orford, ring a bell?

    caretaker



    and the bulb, about the size of half a bratwurst; does the whole job. note poor chromatic correction on the fresnel (a hell of a fresnel!)
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    John super image

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    Cape Blanco, near Port Orford, ring a bell?
    Oh yeah! (DUH!!!)

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    H1 - P25 - 80mm - 1/60 Handheld at 2.8 - ISO100

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    The full-res pellet/ball detail is incredible. h3dii-50 80mm


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    ENDERS FALLS,CT HDD-4-60
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    No great lighthouse shots, but the shoreline of a lake with more shipwrecks than the Bermuda Triangle - Lake Erie in a rare calm moment.
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    _IGP7448 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    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.
    Magenta blochiness??? In the sky of the Totem image?

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    Magenta blochiness??? In the sky of the Totem image?
    not sure how well it shows up, but it seems to be some noise artifacts exacerbated by the reduction in size and jpeg. I can see it on my screen, very subtle, but the sky is incredibly smooth and clean in prints (which is what counts). I've really never seen it before, hoping it's related to the other issues. The back is on it's way to Denmark for a recalibration.

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    Yet another macro test...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Yet another macro test...



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    Glad you kept the 120 macro. It is one of the better 645 lens IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    not sure how well it shows up, but it seems to be some noise artifacts exacerbated by the reduction in size and jpeg. I can see it on my screen, very subtle, but the sky is incredibly smooth and clean in prints (which is what counts). I've really never seen it before, hoping it's related to the other issues. The back is on it's way to Denmark for a recalibration.
    I can see it on my iPad even in the small jpgs of all three. Definitely not anything I have experienced. Hopefully calibration will correct it. Maybe a bad profile in C1 or buggy noise reduction????

    Do you see it in lcc exposures as well?

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    P1 IQ180 With Mamiya 45mm AF
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    A few from me…


    Downtown Los Angeles by RickrPhoto, on Flickr


    The Queen Mary by RickrPhoto, on Flickr


    Downtown Long Beach by RickrPhoto, on Flickr
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    Just finished some more work for my upcoming exhibition.

    This time it is some abstract architecture. More can be seen on my web site.

    645AF - IQ180 - 45D




    645AF - P65 - 45D



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    Warriors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    Warriors.
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    I always worry about the locals when I shoot around the Salton Sea myself. This justifies that concern.
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    Hasselblad 500CM, [email protected], FP4 film.
    Crazy to do this on digital.

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    Warriors.
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    I just got a B+W 093 filter in the mail. Two of my first three exposures with it in the garden. This is not really IR season here in Maine. Pentax 645D and 35mm A lens. Can't tell if I like the "color."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    I just got a B+W 093 filter in the mail. Two of my first three exposures with it in the garden. This is not really IR season here in Maine. Pentax 645D and 35mm A lens. Can't tell if I like the "color."
    No question for me - B&W

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    RZIID+Aptus 54s, 50mm/4.5 + some lights

    part of series

    Moments by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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    Captured few days ago in the Abu Simbel, Egypt.

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    Not much to shoot this weekend so I popped out and shot this tonight of home.

    DF P25+ 28D 1/4s f/11 ISO 50


    Pointing the other way earlier ...
    DF P25+ 55LS 1/6 f/11 ISO 50
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    Graham,
    I love the first one, it's perfect.
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    I'll be the first to admit that I'm no wildlife photographer. I did however want to share the following four images I captured last year while testing the DF, P65+ and a Mamiya 300mm in Jackson WY. The four shots beginning with 7855 at taken at 1:19:05 the second at 1:19:06, the third at 1:19:08 and the last at 1:19:09 four shots within 5 seconds.









    Mightn't be high fashion however not too bad if you consider the circumstances...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Mightn't be high fashion however not too bad if you consider the circumstances...

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    Graham, I hope you feel sheepish after that one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Graham, I hope you feel sheepish after that one!
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    Baaaahhhddd joke!
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    I quickly made two more exposures this evening before the sun when down. This is a combination of the color from a white-light exposure and the luminance information from an IR exposure. It is still windy. Pentax 645D and D FA 55mm.

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    Here's something a little different.

    Shot a portrait for a friend who's starting up a one man welding business and needed a headshot for his website. I think he'll use the "stock" portrait we took earlier in the shoot, but I thought this image was a bit more fun.



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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Ewe never can tell what's high fashion - it somewhat depends on who ewe are. (sorry)
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    Graham, I hope you feel sheepish after that one!
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    Baaaahhhddd joke!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    I thought I was the only one that drank his lunch....
    Well after folks criticized me for drinking my lunch I decided to drink my breakfast instead.
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    It's always cocktail time somewhere!
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    Leica S2, 120 Macro Summarit, f/5.6, 1/30s, ISO 160. Made this image this past weekend at Point Lobos.
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    I feel kind of inadequate, as I no longer have a medium format digital back.







    Anyone has a spare P25 in V mount?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedigitalbean View Post

    Leica S2, 120 Macro Summarit, f/5.6, 1/30s, ISO 160. Made this image this past weekend at Point Lobos.
    I think I know that tree!

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    I thought I'd try B&W for my home shoot:
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    So my IQ180 arrived today, and of course I had to test it out to see if it worked

    Just a bit of fun - this is the very first shot. Very much just a snap - no critiquing please



    And at full res (created with Kolor Panotour Pro - Flash, won't work on iOS)

    http://08.ae/panos/IQ180test/IQ180test.swf

    Phase One AF, 80mm f/1.9, ISO 35, 1/200, f/2.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    So my IQ180 arrived today, and of course I had to test it out to see if it worked

    Just a bit of fun - this is the very first shot. Very much just a snap - no critiquing please



    And at full res (created with Kolor Panotour Pro - Flash, won't work on iOS)

    http://08.ae/panos/IQ180test/IQ180test.swf

    Phase One AF, 80mm f/1.9, ISO 35, 1/200, f/2.8
    Nice, but given their frequency of appearance, I have occasionally wondered if a cat forum might be appropriate
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