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    Love them all, 2 and 4 especially!!!! Great work!

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    Experimenting with "hand-tinted" slightly gothic look. H4D-50 and HCD28mm lens.



    Any thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Experimenting with "hand-tinted" slightly gothic look. H4D-50 and HCD28mm lens.

    Any thoughts?

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    Quentin, I like the 'look' very much for a select series of images. I could easily see a dozen large canvases of this style in an exhibition. Washed out and select colouring can be very attractive. Nice composition as well.

    Now, you did write "any thoughts?" and if I may I would like to point something out that disturbs my eyes. I just want to make you aware that your blending between the sky and the layer under is obvious. I see in a splitsecond the darker top-end of the trees coming from the darkend sky-layer and the lighter haze on the edge of the tree to the right coming from the lighter layer. If you look at the three top spires the one highest in the middle is from the darker layer and the other two from the lighter layer.

    Accept my apologies if it wasn't what you wanted to hear, but I really like the style AND your composition, so it was more a friendly pointer that it is visible.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Quentin, I like the 'look' very much for a select series of images. I could easily see a dozen large canvases of this style in an exhibition. Washed out and select colouring can be very attractive. Nice composition as well.

    Now, you did write "any thoughts?" and if I may I would like to point something out that disturbs my eyes. I just want to make you aware that your blending between the sky and the layer under is obvious. I see in a splitsecond the darker top-end of the trees coming from the darkend sky-layer and the lighter haze on the edge of the tree to the right coming from the lighter layer. If you look at the three top spires the one highest in the middle is from the darker layer and the other two from the lighter layer.

    Accept my apologies if it wasn't what you wanted to hear, but I really like the style AND your composition, so it was more a friendly pointer that it is visible.....
    Hi Dan

    Many thanks, I notice that too but for present purposes I passed it over

    There is quite a lot of processing and stuff involved and getting it all under control is tough!

    I have a specific project in mind for this effect.

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    Great!

    Looking forward to see more in this series. Inspiring.
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    Halos in prints from film are very common - look at the two trees in the lower right foreground of Clearing Winter Storm (Adams' version, not Jack's!) - so I don't mind that. I'm a little troubled by the lovely unsaturated tint of the foreground against what looks like a completely untinted sky. Does it look too weird with a slight blue tint up top?

    Very nice mood!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Halos in prints from film are very common - look at the two trees in the lower right foreground of Clearing Winter Storm (Adams' version, not Jack's!) - so I don't mind that. I'm a little troubled by the lovely unsaturated tint of the foreground against what looks like a completely untinted sky. Does it look too weird with a slight blue tint up top?

    Very nice mood!

    --Matt
    Hi Matt

    I have tried it both with and without sky tint, and its 50:50 on the version I prefer. The problem is getting what needs to be the very subtle blue sky tint right is problematic, but I will persevere!

    Thanks for the comments
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    Quentin,

    Agreed! I have no idea what shade of blue would look right. If the sky were very light, it would seem easier. But I imagine the effect could turn cartoonish if you weren't careful, and the left building and the grass are so delicate...

    Happy processing!

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    what caught my eye is the WA distortion of the left side tower. The 28 is an amazing lens, but this kind of thing is it's limitation. you could avoid it with a longer FL and a stitch

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    Some recent work shot with the Hasselblad H4D-40 with a 50mm f3.5 HC lens, Metz 54-4i with SCA 3902 module on SCA 3008 TTL cord





    Shots of the Marina Barrage in Singapore, shot with a Hasselblad 500CM with Leaf Aptus 54S and 80/2.8 CF lens





    Shot of an art installation at Vivocity, Singapore, shot with a Hasselblad 500CM with Leaf Aptus 54S and 80/2.8 CF lens



    And a tribute to Monet

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    Re: Fun with MF images been back in the studio ....


    A bit nude, but no naughty bits ....


    A different model less nude

    P30+, 35mm on AFDII, under some daylight balanced florescent strobes.

    C&C welcome ...

    ( PS to the mods ... If it's too much, drop a note and I'll replace image)

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    My office today... sometimes working as a photographer has its benefits

    18 shots from my Hd4-40 with the 50-110 at 110 334 million pixels :O

    This small web pic does not do it justice... (sorry its so wide, but any smaller and the height would be tiny..)
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    I haven't had many chances for photos lately, but I found this in my back yard (along with many friends) 645D, 120 macro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I haven't had many chances for photos lately, but I found this in my back yard (along with many friends) 645D, 120 macro.

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    Tom,
    This image looks incredible on my iPad!

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    Re: Fun with MF images



    Yosemite Valley, CA
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    Another one with RIIZD + ZD back + 50/4.5


    Touch of noir - 1 by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    Another one with RIIZD + ZD back + 50/4.5


    Touch of noir - 1 by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
    Excellent lighting.
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    Pramote, Having lived there I really like this. What would you charge for a print? and what size?

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    German WWII coastal gun emplacements at Bud on the Atlantic coast of Norway...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Excellent lighting.
    thank you

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    actually, i was going to comment on the lighting. the bright area on the wall door jamb and bottom corner and directly above the model's head and floor behind model's left,seems artificially bright and not consistent with window light.

    best seen by the old squint test

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    One of the best Tuscany I've ever seen. The wide format makes a justice.
    Thanks for sharing Ed.
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    Thanks Pramote, I appreciate the feedback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghoonk View Post
    Some recent work shot with the Hasselblad H4D-40 with a 50mm f3.5 HC lens, Metz 54-4i with SCA 3902 module on SCA 3008 TTL cord



    Love the color and inferred emotion in these.

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    Tuscany has some of the most amazing tree scenery.

    IQ180, Cambo AE, SK150



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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    Tom,
    This image looks incredible on my iPad!

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    Thanks Darr. It looks less appealing in my lawn . Just kidding; dandelions have beautiful seeds, yellow flowers, don't grow too tall and you can eat or make wine from them - how is grass better?

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    Hosta leaves, in the backyard again with the 120mm macro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Tuscany has some of the most amazing tree scenery.

    IQ180, Cambo AE, SK150


    Great image and a great tree; nice of you to show us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    actually, i was going to comment on the lighting. the bright area on the wall door jamb and bottom corner and directly above the model's head and floor behind model's left,seems artificially bright and not consistent with window light.

    best seen by the old squint test
    Aye, thanks for pointer. But its not suppose to be matching. Windows there for decorum and opening space, not as light sources

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Hosta leaves, in the backyard again with the 120mm macro.
    As a man who can't shoot macro (i don't see it at all..) - i am always in awe of people who can spot and shoot it. Well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    As a man who can't shoot macro (i don't see it at all..) - i am always in awe of people who can spot and shoot it. Well done.
    Thanks Sergei; conversely, I admire the imagination and work that goes into your shots.

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    Testing some new goodies
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    Ed, this Tuscany Pictures are so wonderful. I'm there in about one week. Maybe I should let my Hassy at home...;-)
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    Tuscany is one of the most photogenic locations I have been to. I'm sure you will be inspired.
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    Are you sick of Tuscany images yet? One more day and I'm out of here.

    Both images Cambo AE, IQ180, SK150, vertical shots stitched in PS. I will probably have to blend them manually once I get home. I have not found PS photo merge very blend friendly when using a polarizer.

    I spent the last five nights at this location and finally got some dramatic evening skies:


    Storm light over Northern Tuscany:
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Are you sick of Tuscany images yet? One more day and I'm out of here.
    Never sick of the beauties of Tuscany. I'm just sick of the fact that I'm working doing the day job and not out shooting like you are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Never sick of the beauties of Tuscany. I'm just sick of the fact that I'm working doing the day job and not out out shooting like you are.
    same here. LOL
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    I was just going through some stuff and found this which I never did anything with . Shot with my P30+ and a 28mm in Bandon Oregon. I can just put myself in a lounge chair here between the rocks and hang out. Peaceful

    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Is there ever a case for another version of Tunnel View? Here's where I was sat this time last week ... p.s. don't step 3ft left of here because it's 800ft straight down.

    645DF 35D IQ160 30s @ F11
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    Beautiful image Graham. As someone who has lived there, you made me homesick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Never sick of the beauties of Tuscany. I'm just sick of the fact that I'm working doing the day job and not out out shooting like you are.
    It has been a real pleasure here in Tusccany. In addition to the incredible scenery, the people and food have been splendid. Tomorrow we leave for Venice, a totally different genre for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Is there ever a case for another version of Tunnel View? Here's where I was sat this time last week ... p.s. don't step 3ft left of here because it's 800ft straight down.

    645DF 35D IQ160 30s @ F11
    I can't imagine getting tired of this scene and glacier point as well. Not many locations define their own composition like tunnel view.
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    I can't imagine getting tired of this scene and glacier point as well. Not many locations define their own composition like tunnel view.
    Agreed!

    Now the funny thing is that just over that ridge on the right there were probably 20+ photographers fighting for tripod space and getting a less interesting (IMHO) shot of the valley. Here's a tip to those who've never tried it, sneak out of the rear corner of the parking lot over the wall (there to dissuade you from the perils of the cliffs) and wander 30 yards over the rocks and through the trees and you'll get a nice view with cliffs and the Merced river in the foreground. Just be careful as you're on your own and the rocks slope one way and it isn't up ... i.e. this isn't the place to go on a wet day nor in sneakers.

    Speaking of Glacier Point, here's from Sentinel Dome towards Half Dome while waiting for the super moon to come up.

    IQ160 Alpa STC 90HRW 1/4s @ f/11 & some tilt
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Hosta leaves, in the backyard again with the 120mm macro.

    Tom
    ¿What 120 macro was that?
    ¿For what reproduction ratio is it optimised?
    I have a Zeiss Macro-Planar 120 (1:1 - infinity)
    Schneider Apo-Digitar Macro 120 ¿about 1:3 to 3:1?
    Sinaron Macro 120 with the old Sinar Electronic shutter (2:1 to 1:5)
    I would like the new Hasselblad 120 macro, but I think I can manage without it for now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Agreed!

    Now the funny thing is that just over that ridge on the right there were probably 20+ photographers fighting for tripod space and getting a less interesting (IMHO) shot of the valley. Here's a tip to those who've never tried it, sneak out of the rear corner of the parking lot over the wall (there to dissuade you from the perils of the cliffs) and wander 30 yards over the rocks and through the trees and you'll get a nice view with cliffs and the Merced river in the foreground. Just be careful as you're on your own and the rocks slope one way and it isn't up ... i.e. this isn't the place to go on a wet day nor in sneakers.

    Speaking of Glacier Point, here's from Sentinel Dome towards Half Dome while waiting for the super moon to come up.

    IQ160 Alpa STC 90HRW 1/4s @ f/11 & some tilt
    The saturation is perfect ...!

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    Ed:
    When you return home, rent a DVD of the movie "Gladiator". I think you will recognize some of the scenery in the film from the location of the first of your photographs above. The farmhouse in the distance is an Agriturisimo (sort of a B&B) called Terrapile. You can actually stay there.
    Glad you are enjoying your trip so much. You can never tire of phtographing there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hcubell View Post
    Ed:
    When you return home, rent a DVD of the movie "Gladiator". I think you will recognize some of the scenery in the film from the location of the first of your photographs above. The farmhouse in the distance is an Agriturisimo (sort of a B&B) called Terrapile. You can actually stay there.
    Glad you are enjoying your trip so much. You can never tire of phtographing there.
    I thought it looked familiar. About 30ft to the left in the first picture - walk along with your hands brushing through the wheat ...
    Ylem ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dick View Post
    ¿What 120 macro was that?
    ¿For what reproduction ratio is it optimised?
    I have a Zeiss Macro-Planar 120 (1:1 - infinity)
    Schneider Apo-Digitar Macro 120 ¿about 1:3 to 3:1?
    Sinaron Macro 120 with the old Sinar Electronic shutter (2:1 to 1:5)
    I would like the new Hasselblad 120 macro, but I think I can manage without it for now.
    Pentax 645 120mm A (manual focus, 1:1). I have the FA (auto focus) as well, but much prefer the long, solid focus throw of the A version for macro.

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    Mt. Evans, Idaho Springs, CO
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    ISO 100, f/22, 1/6 sec.

    Thanks for viewing.
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    That's flat out beautiful, Pramote.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    That's flat out beautiful, Pramote.
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