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    Southern Italia
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    Countryside near Potenza


    Hilltop village of Picerno
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    Great shots
    BUT uH OH! looks cloudy.
    Tell me I am wrong. we are on our way to Ravello for a week

    Must just be a passing shower

    You do mean, Picerno, Si?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    Great shots
    BUT uH OH! looks cloudy.
    Tell me I am wrong. we are on our way to Ravello for a week

    Must just be a passing shower

    You do mean, Picerno, Si?

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    Excuse the typo.

    The light and weather has been bad since we arrived several days ago.

    It is supposed to clear tomorrow. We're off to Tuscany in a couple of days.

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    too bad about the weather
    but you still got some interesting atmosphere with the twilight image.
    was that a higher ISO or just a longer exposure?

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    working on some images from last winter, this is from two tiffs processed from C1, tweaked in LR 4, then blended as smart objects in CS6, than a few minor adjustments in LR 4 again ready for output


    PhaseOneDF with Schneider 55LS, 0.6 secs at f/22 ISO 35

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    During our road trip to CA last summer.
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    Leica S2 orchid macros: Hawaii

    I was walking around looking for interesting plantings and found this Thunbergia grandiflora* growing in and around some evergreens. I like the simplicity and bokeh of the hanging shot, but I also like the smoothness of the flower contrasted with the rougher elements of the evergreen. Not knowing much about botany I mistakenly identified the flower as an orchid. Our resident goto guy on these things, Pesto, helped me out. Even at my age I don't mind learning something new. Woof!

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    A few images of Italy after dark. Rome was not very consistent in the types of light used to light their monuments.





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    Something a bit different.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I'm intrigued by this long exposure - what was the original subject?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I'm intrigued by this long exposure - what was the original subject?

    Underground road tunnel? But was there any shift on the lens?
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    Underground road tunnel? But was there any shift on the lens?
    That's what it looks like but ... different. I like it.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    like it very much!!!! wish there was a tad more contrast tho....

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Very interesting in deed . Somehow magic. yes .
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    Cheers all.

    Shot from the metro here in Dubai. It's driver-less, so you get a nice view out of both the front and back of the train.

    I took a similar set of shots with my 1D Mk IV a few months back, and had been meaning to get around to going back with the IQ180.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    like it very much!!!! wish there was a tad more contrast tho....
    Hi Vincent -

    I fully agree. It was a very quick and dirty processing as I was in a rush today. I'm spending a bit more time on it right now.

    Kind regards,

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    Punchier version -

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    In Tuscany village of Pienza now, hoping for a better conditions tomorrow.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Great shot!!...looks like a smooth ride too!

    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    Hi Vincent -

    I fully agree. It was a very quick and dirty processing as I was in a rush today. I'm spending a bit more time on it right now.

    Kind regards,

    Gerald.

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    Punchier version -


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    Between shoots on the island of Averøy on the atlantic coast of Norway managed to stop and have a bit of MF fun...
    H4D-40 with HCD28mm and B+W extra wide 95mm kaesemann polarising filter...
    Cropped top and bottom to 2-1 format coz I liked it that way...


    and the bts shot..


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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    In Tuscany village of Pienza now, hoping for a better conditions tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    Hi Vincent -



    what camera and what lens did you use for this shot.
    i guess i have to take the risk and leave DBX early at 6am, continue flight is at 9
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    Quote Originally Posted by drevil View Post
    what camera and what lens did you use for this shot.
    i guess i have to take the risk and leave DBX early at 6am, continue flight is at 9
    IQ180, DF, Mamiya 50mm shift

    Next week I'm planning on doing some shots from the over-ground section of the Metro using a Lee Big-Stopper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    IQ180, DF, Mamiya 50mm shift

    Next week I'm planning on doing some shots from the over-ground section of the Metro using a Lee Big-Stopper.
    hmmm i guess my 5d + ts-e 17 would be too wide, was it on the red line from the airport?

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    In Tuscany village of Pienza now, hoping for a better conditions tomorrow.

    I don't think I could ever tire of imagery from Tuscany but this has to be one of the best I've ever seen!
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    I will see if Ben's statement is true . I am leaving for ITALY tomorrow and I will check .
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    Bonjour à tous ,
    New in this forum , I'll try to post two shots , the 1st one taken in Yellowstone with a 500CM or a 2008 (I can't r(emember) , the 2nd taken with a H4D50.
    Thanks for looking and comments . Cheers .

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    Quote Originally Posted by drevil View Post
    hmmm i guess my 5d + ts-e 17 would be too wide, was it on the red line from the airport?
    Yeah - 17 would probably be too wide and you'll have problems with the dirty glass probably.

    That one is from the green line. My recommendation if you're short on time would be to take the red line from the airport to Union station (direction Jebel Ali). A couple of nice bends on the way there. Then swap over to the Green line (Dubai Healthcare City direction) and go as far as Khalid bin Al Waleed station. That's the best bit for bends. Then hop back on the Red line in the direction of Rashidiya which will take you back to the airport.

    Whole trip should only take an hour or so. Definitely get a gold class ticket though - you want to be at the front of the train on the green line bit.

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    I hope I haven't posted them before. Some work for my upcoming exhibition.


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    Wow, looks like you're getting around Christopher. Awesome stuff.

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    Got some decent light in Tuscany today. Here are a few from the days effort. Pardon the late night laptop edits.









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    Really nice Ed, in particular #2 and #4.

    For some reason no "like" button on your post!?

    Edit: Nevermind, found it

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    Yes!

    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Got some decent light in Tuscany today. Here are a few from the days effort. Pardon the late night laptop edits.


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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Got some decent light in Tuscany today. Here are a few from the days effort. Pardon the late night laptop edits.
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    Still working on images from my trip to Maui last January. Originally disregarded his one, but worked it up again, and thinking I like it a little better now ...


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    Belvedere, Val d'Orcia
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    The latest trend in interior design? or two young Star Wars fans in the house?

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    Belvedere, Val d'Orcia
    Ed,

    Very nice rendering of the classic Belvedere house location! I spent a very pleasant weekend shooting along the Pienza/San Quirico d'Orcia road and general Val d'Orcia region a few years ago. Also good to see that they didn't ever extend out the quarry to destroy this classic view!

    Personally I find the straggler tree on the far left of the image by the vineyard introduces a distraction to the overall balance of the image and would be better if it were cropped out from the edge of the frame (or given more space to remove it from the edge if you have more pixels). Just a thought.
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    Belvedere, Val d'Orcia
    That's just crazy wonderful, Ed.

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    RZIID+Mamiya ZD+50/4.5 (it would be lead 54s as planned, but i forgot damn syncing cable at home - had only one to sync back with flash.. so i had to resolve situation with backup back)


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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Ed,

    Very nice rendering of the classic Belvedere house location! I spent a very pleasant weekend shooting along the Pienza/San Quirico d'Orcia road and general Val d'Orcia region a few years ago. Also good to see that they didn't ever extend out the quarry to destroy this classic view!

    Personally I find the straggler tree on the far left of the image by the vineyard introduces a distraction to the overall balance of the image and would be better if it were cropped out from the edge of the frame (or given more space to remove it from the edge if you have more pixels). Just a thought.
    Thanks for the suggestion Graham. I hadn't even noticed editing on my laptop the end of a busy day. We had a thunderstorm roll in this afternoon so I'm heading back to this location tomorrow morning.

    Just south of Pienza I ran into Jed Manwaring who spoke with you in Death Valley last week. It's getting to be a small world. I happened to be wearing a P1 t-shirt so he started a conversation.

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    Just south of Pienza I ran into Jed Manwaring who spoke with you in Death Valley last week. It's getting to be a small world. I happened to be wearing a P1 t-shirt so he started a conversation.
    Small world eh? I was in Yosemite with Brenda Tharp and Jed Manwaring last week for the moonbows and supermoon. This'll make it feel even smaller, on Tuesday I visited a customer of mine with one of my colleagues and we happened to get talking about photography as we were in Colorado Springs and I took him along to Garden of the Gods. He was mentioning a great local photographer who's gallery he and his wife had gone to recently who happened to be in his home town - Rogers, Arkansas. We were talking about the risks of being out in the field to get shots at times and he mentioned how this local fine art photographer had a nearly terminal experience. Well, guess who that happened to be! True story.
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    The Black Knight bides his time, lurking in the shadows.....

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    Just out walking with the boy, Hasselblad H1, P25, 80mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Small world eh? I was in Yosemite with Brenda Tharp and Jed Manwaring last week for the moonbows and supermoon. This'll make it feel even smaller, on Tuesday I visited a customer of mine with one of my colleagues and we happened to get talking about photography as we were in Colorado Springs and I took him along to Garden of the Gods. He was mentioning a great local photographer who's gallery he and his wife had gone to recently who happened to be in his home town - Rogers, Arkansas. We were talking about the risks of being out in the field to get shots at times and he mentioned how this local fine art photographer had a nearly terminal experience. Well, guess who that happened to be! True story.
    Unbelievable! I hope he bought a print when he visited the gallery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    I don't think I could ever tire of imagery from Tuscany but this has to be one of the best I've ever seen!
    Wow, thank you for he kind words Ben.

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    I'm a bit behind the curve as busy on other things, but rewarding to see such great work from so many.... keep it up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Got some decent light in Tuscany today. Here are a few from the days effort. Pardon the late night laptop edits.









    One of the best Tuscany I've ever seen. The wide format makes a justice.
    Thanks for sharing Ed.
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