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    The Racetrack Playa:
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    Hartblei HCam B1, Canon 24mm TSE II, Leaf Aptus-II 12, various Lee/Singh-Ray filters.
    La Jolla Cove:
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    HCam B1, Canon 24mm TSE II, Leaf Aptus-II 12, various filters.
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    HCam B1, Canon 24mm TSE II, Leaf Aptus-II 12. Five-shot pano from -10 to +10.
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    sRGB is rubbish, established by HP and Microsoft a long time ago; I do not use profiles at all when I export for web.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post

    I really like that second image.
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    New family in the neighborhood (DF/P65+ Mamiya 120mm f/11 1/500 ISO200

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    hey guys havnt posted in a while some new shots. Hasselblad H4D-40 and 35-90mm and 28mm
    The third and last shot are, for me, just stunning shots! Thanks for sharing

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    ditto the second image

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    "The Fiery Furnace."
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    A permit-only section of Arches National Park, "The Fiery Furnace."

    Phase One 645DF, Phase One 28mm f/4.5D, and a Leaf Aptus-II 12.
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    RZIID+ZD back + 50/4.5 , stitched


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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    RZIID+ZD back + 50/4.5 , stitched


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    Very very nice!
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    Just for pure fun, taking a break from a big editing job...
    Canon 1DsmkIII by Hasselblad H4D-40 and vice-versa


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    Quote Originally Posted by coulombic View Post

    "The Fiery Furnace."
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    A permit-only section of Arches National Park, "The Fiery Furnace."

    Phase One 645DF, Phase One 28mm f/4.5D, and a Leaf Aptus-II 12.
    This is a very nice picture ... I like warm, saturated colours.

    ...but I wonder if it could be improved?

    Most landscapes I see: I think that they would have looked better taken from farther back with a longer lens, and doing so here would have made more of the distant rock formation, which would have been further enhance by using a levelled (view) camera, or even (a view camera with) rear tilt forward, making the rocks look higher and steeper.

    Generally landscapes look best if they have a foreground, middle distance and background... but here the middle distance at ground level that could have linked the foreground and background and given a better sense of depth is hidden by the foreground tree... a higher viewpoint might have helped.
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    These are some cropped portions of images shot recently with my 500 APO and P1 DF/P40+. This is a very nice combination and, while my keeper rate is something less than 100%, when I do manage to get things right the results quite good even if the subtleties are lost in the necessary down sizing for the web.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dick View Post
    This is a very nice picture ... I like warm, saturated colours.

    ...but I wonder if it could be improved?

    Most landscapes I see: I think that they would have looked better taken from farther back with a longer lens, and doing so here would have made more of the distant rock formation, which would have been further enhance by using a levelled (view) camera, or even (a view camera with) rear tilt forward, making the rocks look higher and steeper.

    Generally landscapes look best if they have a foreground, middle distance and background... but here the middle distance at ground level that could have linked the foreground and background and given a better sense of depth is hidden by the foreground tree... a higher viewpoint might have helped.
    Unfortunately, while it's difficult to tell, the ground slopes quite a ways upward toward the trees. As such, to have gained a higher perspective, it would have required much more than extending my tripod's legs. . . it would have required a ladder. Stepping back would have only further obfuscated the interesting rocks in the background, as I would have continued to descend. So, while I agree with you about the "fore/center/background" divisions, it simply was not completely possible for this image (without a ladder).

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    Gabe

    I see you used the Heartblei camera for some of your earlier shots - great images.

    While I understand that the camera can be used with the Canon TS lenses to great affect - what happens when you use (for instance) a 50mm f1.2 lens on your camera?

    Be very interested in more info on the use of other lenses on the Hartblui other than the TS lenses.


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    I see you used the Heartblei camera for some of your earlier shots - great images.

    While I understand that the camera can be used with the Canon TS lenses to great affect - what happens when you use (for instance) a 50mm f1.2 lens on your camera?

    Be very interested in more info on the use of other lenses on the Hartblui other than the TS lenses.


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    Hi Mal,

    Most Canon EF lenses' image circles are simply too small. That is, for use with full-frame 645 backs, at least. I've attempted the Canon EF 85mm f/1.2 II L, 200mm f/2.8L, 35mm f/1.4L, and the 50mm f/1.4. Perhaps, with back that's not a full-frame, some of these lenses might actually be useful, however.

    Thus far, the only lenses that have worked well with the HCam and my Aptus-II 12 have been TSE lenses. If you like, I can give you a list of all of the different lenses I've tried and liked with my HCam/Aptus?
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    Thanks guys. Glad you like it.

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    Gabe

    I have a firly wide range of Canon lenses including a TSE24mm and had given some thought to replacing my Cambo with the Hartblui so I could use more of my canon lenses - I was figuring that even if I only ended up with a 40 Mp crop from my 400mm lens that it would still have beautiful colour from the IQ back.

    I also have an 85mm f1.2 lens, so once again even if it ends up a 40Mp image, it is still able to grab all available light and could end up being a quite beautiful image under certain conditions.

    Any additional info you can post on the Hartblui would be terrific - really if Canon, etc have their own thread way cant Hartblui have a thread for those of us who are interested in Stefan's cameras system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pesto View Post
    These are some cropped portions of images shot recently with my 500 APO and P1 DF/P40+. This is a very nice combination and, while my keeper rate is something less than 100%, when I do manage to get things right the results quite good even if the subtleties are lost in the necessary down sizing for the web.
    I assume these are with tripod and manual focus?

    Have taken some bird images with our Canon gear and a 400mm f2.8 lens with a 2x extender and realise just how hard it is to be in the right spot at the right time etc.

    These images look great.


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    Hello Mal,
    Thanks for your kind words, they are much appreciated. Yes, they were shot from a tripod with a gimbal attachment and yes, they were manual focus and stop down metering. The Mamiya 500 APO is a very heavy lens and I doubt that it be used productively without a tripod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coulombic View Post
    Unfortunately, while it's difficult to tell, the ground slopes quite a ways upward toward the trees. As such, to have gained a higher perspective, it would have required much more than extending my tripod's legs. . . it would have required a ladder. Stepping back would have only further obfuscated the interesting rocks in the background, as I would have continued to descend. So, while I agree with you about the "fore/center/background" divisions, it simply was not completely possible for this image (without a ladder).

    Thanks!
    I had a slightly similar situation the other day - and I could not as far away from the subject as I would have liked, because of sloping ground - but I do have a 10m tripod which would have helped! (I do not always have it in my gadget bag - in fact I have to use a trailer to move it as I do not a a vehicle large enough!

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    We stopped for two days in Seattle on our way to Hawaii. The thought of spending 12 hours plus overlay time in transit for one day was simply too much for me. It was a worthwhile stop. Aside from the flying fish at Pike Market the Seattle Art Museum's Sculpture Park is a fascinating venue.

    Two fascinating pieces are the Wave, constructed as the hull of a ship and Oldenberg's Typewriter eraser. I chose a an atypical angle for the eraser using the carless highway and skyline as reference elements. For the Wave, I was fascinated by the negative space between the elements and the office building in the background.

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    AFDIII + 80/1.9N + Aptus 54s (+ EL Quadras + gels & etc)


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    Zion. by coulombic, on Flickr

    Phase One 645DF, Phase One 28mm f/4.5D, Leaf Aptus-II 12.
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    Emerging purple beech leaves. They come out almost overnight. Very little PP, these are the colors that show up in spring, which in some ways is more colorful than fall. 645D, 67 300mm ED

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    AFDIII + 80/1.9N + Aptus 54s (+ EL Quadras + gels & etc)


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    Wonderful images. You live in a different world than most of us Sergi. I'll wager you loved the Indiana Jones movies

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    One more from last week. Loads more available if people are interested.



    AF, IQ180, Mamiya 200mm f/2.8

    (One thing that I'm absolutely kicking myself about is that it didn't even occur to me to shoot some long-exposure shots. Oh well, there's always next year!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Wonderful images. You live in a different world than most of us Sergi. I'll wager you loved the Indiana Jones movies

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    Thanks.
    I still do like them . Except for latest one.

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    An overshot icon, but just finished working up a new version I took last month. Still don't have the shot I want from Mesa Arch ... think I'm going to try in the Nov-Jan time frame so the sun is all they way to the right side of the arch.


    PhaseOne DF/IQ180, Mamiya 45mm, two exposures, 1/3rd and 1/30th of a second at f/22 masked by hand in Photoshop.
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    Cancun, Mexico
    Phase One IQ 180 with DF
    Mamiya 35mm AF, Lee Big Stopper (10-stop ND) and 0.6 GND
    ISO 50, f/12, 60 sec.

    Have a great weekend!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Cancun, Mexico
    Phase One IQ 180 with DF
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    ISO 50, f/12, 60 sec.

    Have a great weekend!
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    Colorado one day, Cancun the next. Lifestyles of the rich and famous.

    Dreamy image. I'd suggest cropping up from the bottom, eliminating the lowermost rock (and dark shapes). I'd probably crop down from the top a little, too, just to keep the horizon at about the upper third line. This was a difficult to execute image. Congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Pramote,

    Colorado one day, Cancun the next. Lifestyles of the rich and famous.

    Dreamy image. I'd suggest cropping up from the bottom, eliminating the lowermost rock (and dark shapes). I'd probably crop down from the top a little, too, just to keep the horizon at about the upper third line. This was a difficult to execute image. Congrats.

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    Thanks so much Joe for your comment! I hope you were right about rich and famous
    Tripod was hit by heavy waves the whole time and it was 60 sec! I was wet and had not much time to think.
    Have a great weekend, my friend!
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    Love coming on the forum to see what people are doing - it is an inspiration.
    Up early yesterday and tripped over this on the way back to our camp site.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Cancun, Mexico
    Phase One IQ 180 with DF
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    ISO 50, f/12, 60 sec.
    You have changed your gear ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post

    Love coming on the forum to see what people are doing - it is an inspiration.
    Up early yesterday and tripped over this on the way back to our camp site.


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    Mal,

    Sweeeet! The foliage that is backlit on the right really makes the image special. Your file naming (3266-iq180-sk-ls-80mm-lens-taken-main-range-national-park-southern-queensland-1-30-sec-f11-iso-100-rrs-tripod-head) is the most specific I've ever seen.

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    Joe

    I am really hopeless with this image posting - I thought I was putting this info into the description on our gallery page. Appears I got that wrong.

    Hopefully some folk will have a laugh at my expense.

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    Went wandering in the wooded trails near our house with my kids this afternoon. Lots of mud and fun, found this cool old tree to play in too.



    RZ67 Pro II + Aptus 22, 110mm f/2.8 wide open, multi frame stitch.
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    Pentax 645D + Pentax 67 55mm f4 lens (and adaptor) - multi-file stitch.
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    Ed, you and your sand boarder are having way too much fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheldon N View Post
    Went wandering in the wooded trails near our house with my kids this afternoon. Lots of mud and fun, found this cool old tree to play in too.
    RZ67 Pro II + Aptus 22, 110mm f/2.8 wide open, multi frame stitch.
    Its the forest bits like this what makes me REALLY REALLY want to move to OR... ((

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    Lyon, where I live !

    Yesterday night shot, trying the HTS

    So, tomorrow, I'll be in the USA for two weeks, so expect some rain in UTAH and California !





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    Yes, Shashin, that would appear to be the case. But then this thread does have the word 'fun' in the title :-). I think you can see from the sharpest area of the pan where the attention was focused. A technical imperfection?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    Its the forest bits like this what makes me REALLY REALLY want to move to OR... ((
    Oh yes, things are GREEN this time of year. The rest of the year it's just green, but in the spring... WOW!

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Until a proper photographer submits a 'Super Moon' shot, here's mine - Aptus 22, Mamiya 150mm 2.8.
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