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    Both IQ160, SK110/2.8 LS, DF, due to persistently crappy weather had to pop a flash off the ceiling as low power as I could at 200 ISO.
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    A couple of shots with an H4D-40 and the 28 lens. Both cropped in a bit.
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    Phase One P45+, Mamiya 645 AFD II, Mamiya 28mm f/4.5 Sekor D
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    I've been going through some older film scans. Taken last fall in the Adirondacks with a Pentax 67II and 35mm fish eye. The image loses quite a bit in the jpeg version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I've been going through some older film scans. Taken last fall in the Adirondacks with a Pentax 67II and 35mm fish eye. The image loses quite a bit in the jpeg version.
    Good use of a fisheye—you have to look hard to see distortion.

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    My "attempt" at a landscape of the eclipse. I went down to Cedar Breaks for the evening, and had no clue what I was doing. This is a 3 shot manual HDR, using Split ND's and ND's.


    PhaseOneDF/IQ180, 75-150mm at 75mm.

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    Sweet shot, Wayne!

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    Wayne
    It's beautiful, Well done.

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    Woah. That really is a tremendous capture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    My "attempt" at a landscape of the eclipse. I went down to Cedar Breaks for the evening, and had no clue what I was doing. This is a 3 shot manual HDR, using Split ND's and ND's.
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    Even without the eclipse that's a beautiful shot. Great positioning.

    I'll say you were using ND filters - the moon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I've been going through some older film scans. Taken last fall in the Adirondacks with a Pentax 67II and 35mm fish eye. The image loses quite a bit in the jpeg version.
    Tom, I just finished a 4-image stitch with my 35mm (not fisheye) on my 645D. I like trees too.
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    Just playing with Sensor +, ISO 3200. Didn't think it would be this clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Tom, I just finished a 4-image stitch with my 35mm (not fisheye) on my 645D. I like trees too.
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    You live in Maine, you have to like trees!

    Nice stitch, anything other than PS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    Good use of a fisheye—you have to look hard to see distortion.
    Thanks. I love the lens and it is likely the weakest of the 67 lens I own. It is very soft in the corners, but still, it makes some great images. Here's another you might appreciate, with little evidence of the distortion:

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    Cherry Creek State Park, CO
    Hasselblad H4D-40; HCD 28mm; o.9 GND
    ISO 100, f/16, 32 sec

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    Hello all This is my first image in this thread. I mostly do portraits (digital and film) and long exposure landscape (on film). I was not sure if it is okay to post film medium format photos here as well so that is why the following image may be a bit different than what you guys frequently see here Any comments/critiques are welcomed!

    Mamiya 645 AFD III + Mamiya 80mm f/1.9 N + DM22 back @ f/1.9, 1/60s, ISO 200 handheld!


    Thank you in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan Aqajani View Post
    Hello all This is my first image in this thread. ...the following image may be a bit different than what you guys frequently see here Any comments/critiques are welcomed!

    Mamiya 645 AFD III + Mamiya 80mm f/1.9 N + DM22 back @ f/1.9, 1/60s, ISO 200 handheld!


    Thank you in advance.
    Aryan
    Working hand-held makes it easier to capture a moment or an expression ¿it looks as if she wants you to give her a kiss and a cuddle?... but I am hoping to be doing similar shots with a view camera, so that the girl is in focus from end to end.

    Centring the picture makes it look better.

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    This will probably be my first and last portrait. They're just not my thing, but I was demonstrating the AF and IQ180 to someone last week, and they gave their blessing for me to share it

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    AF/IQ180/Mamiya 80mm f/1.9. ISO100, 1/125 handheld, f/1.9

    Comment and criticism more than welcome - I don't really have a clue when it comes to this kind of stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan Aqajani View Post
    Hello all This is my first image in this thread. I mostly do portraits (digital and film) and long exposure landscape (on film). I was not sure if it is okay to post film medium format photos here as well so that is why the following image may be a bit different than what you guys frequently see here Any comments/critiques are welcomed!

    Mamiya 645 AFD III + Mamiya 80mm f/1.9 N + DM22 back @ f/1.9, 1/60s, ISO 200 handheld!

    Thank you in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    My "attempt" at a landscape of the eclipse. I went down to Cedar Breaks for the evening, and had no clue what I was doing. This is a 3 shot manual HDR, using Split ND's and ND's.


    PhaseOneDF/IQ180, 75-150mm at 75mm.
    I hope it is not inappropriate to ask for a larger version of this? Fabulous image!

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    [QUOTE=Bill Caulfeild-Browne;420288]Just playing with Sensor +, ISO 3200. Didn't think it would be this clean.

    [QUOTE]

    A non-photographer reading this might think you have a clean pet raccoon named Sensor
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    Quote Originally Posted by dick View Post
    Working hand-held makes it easier to capture a moment or an expression ¿it looks as if she wants you to give her a kiss and a cuddle?... but I am hoping to be doing similar shots with a view camera, so that the girl is in focus from end to end.

    Centring the picture makes it look better.
    One of the reasons I shoot with medium format camera is to get very shallow and smooth depth of field! So no need for me to get everything in focus
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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    This will probably be my first and last portrait. They're just not my thing, but I was demonstrating the AF and IQ180 to someone last week, and they gave their blessing for me to share it

    Attachment 59075

    AF/IQ180/Mamiya 80mm f/1.9. ISO100, 1/125 handheld, f/1.9

    Comment and criticism more than welcome - I don't really have a clue when it comes to this kind of stuff.
    This is really a great portrait! Center composition really works here! Soft light, bokeh and very relaxed face make it an amazing shot! Well done,
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    Aryan,
    It's a very nice picture, as Jorgen said with pictures of this quality nobody cares what medium you use. More please!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan Aqajani View Post
    Hello all This is my first image in this thread. I mostly do portraits (digital and film) and long exposure landscape (on film). I was not sure if it is okay to post film medium format photos here as well so that is why the following image may be a bit different than what you guys frequently see here Any comments/critiques are welcomed!

    Mamiya 645 AFD III + Mamiya 80mm f/1.9 N + DM22 back @ f/1.9, 1/60s, ISO 200 handheld!


    Thank you in advance.
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    Welcome to the forum. Of course film images are fine to post! We are mostly about the art even though we discuss the heck out of gear, pixels and lens characteristics. Really.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dick View Post
    Working hand-held makes it easier to capture a moment or an expression ¿it looks as if she wants you to give her a kiss and a cuddle?... but I am hoping to be doing similar shots with a view camera, so that the girl is in focus from end to end.

    Centring the picture makes it look better.
    Dick,
    Constructive criticism is very good and appreciated but sitting back and just Criticizing everybody and even a good job is not, I could not find any of your works on this site, so could you please direct me to one of your images to see what is your understanding of a good picture.
    Best
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    Just spent a day with a lovely young lady, so here is a fun shot from today, hot off the press... more to come

    H4D-40 80mm f3.4
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    Lovely indeed. Beautiful image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan Aqajani View Post
    Hello all This is my first image in this thread. I mostly do portraits (digital and film) and long exposure landscape (on film). I was not sure if it is okay to post film medium format photos here as well so that is why the following image may be a bit different than what you guys frequently see here Any comments/critiques are welcomed!

    Mamiya 645 AFD III + Mamiya 80mm f/1.9 N + DM22 back @ f/1.9, 1/60s, ISO 200 handheld!



    Thank you in advance.
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    Beautifully done!
    But your post about film confuses me... this is taken with a DM22 you say... and that is a digital back.. or were you asking about posting future film shots?

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    Another from today...
    H4D-40 80mm f4 1/800
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Shashin:

    You live in Maine, you have to like trees!

    Nice stitch, anything other than PS?
    Supposedly, the most forested state in the union. So it is a good thing I like trees, although some of my neighbors don't as they keep haying the fields to stop the forest growing back.

    Thanks. This was simply PS Photomerge with a cylindrical projection. It was shot handheld though. Apart from the stitching, there is no processing--the stitch was straight from the RAW. I really like the Pentax colors.

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    And another one from todays shoot:
    This time with the HC 50-110 on the H4D-40. 110mm f4.8 1/180 hand held

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    Hi everybody !

    A quickly edit shot from my last trip in Utah, last week !

    H4D50 HC 28 mm + HTS
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    Jerome, that Utah shot is a great candidate for B&W ...

    I hope you don't mind but I ran it through Silver Efex Pro 2 and it renders up very nicely!
    Ylem ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Beautifully done!
    But your post about film confuses me... this is taken with a DM22 you say... and that is a digital back.. or were you asking about posting future film shots?
    Hi Nathan,

    Yes, I was trying to figure out if it is okay to post film shots here as well Thanks to Jack clarification, it is all good!

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    Thank you all for your comments/critiques and likes on my first shot, I really appreciate it The following photos are from my recent trip to Grampians, Victoria, Australia. I did not want to spam the thread with seven more photos so if you like to see more from this series, check out my website, Grampians!

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    Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID + Mamiya 50mm f/4.5 ULD + Fuji Acros 100 home developed in Rodinal/Adonal 1+100, 20c for 18min. Scanned with Epson V700.
    Lee holder + Lee Big Stopper + Lee 0.9 Soft Graduated ND filter

    Thank you guys,





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    Aryan - very nice. Love the B&W tonality in these long exposure images. I like #7 in your series in particular.

    I've been carrying my film back with Acros 100 around California for the last couple of weeks with the intention of shooting some uber long exposure shots with my Alpa and all I've had is crystal clear blue skies!
    Ylem ...
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    love that area, especially the Royal Mail. Great food!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Aryan - very nice. Love the B&W tonality in these long exposure images. I like #7 in your series in particular.

    I've been carrying my film back with Acros 100 around California for the last couple of weeks with the intention of shooting some uber long exposure shots with my Alpa and all I've had is crystal clear blue skies!
    Thank you Graham for the comment and also visiting my website, very nice of you I know that feeling when you are out to shoot some long exposures and there is no clouds whatsoever! That is why I am trying to experiment long exposure with different subjects! Portrait and long exposure is my favorite genres, broad enough to include various subject matters!

    Wishing you some nice clouds up there in California
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    love that area, especially the Royal Mail. Great food!!!!
    Vincent, I have not been fortunate enough to experience that Should check it out soon
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    One of the best parts of OZ in this kids opinion....

    but I was a guest of Jum Falkiners family, so I saw a very special part of OZ. Loved Melbourne, Geelong, and the Southern Coast (The Great Ocean Road). Lovely country, hope to see it again.
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    Couple from yesterday - IQ180 w/sk72L



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    to all the folks posting pictures of people ....

    Great to see that MFDB and MF film still works with models!

    That is about all I shoot with MF. It would seem that most of this kind of work is done by Pros not us hobbyists and thus you need to buy a glossy book/magazine to see it.

    Best;

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    Quote Originally Posted by djonesii View Post
    to all the folks posting pictures of people ....

    Great to see that MFDB and MF film still works with models!

    That is about all I shoot with MF. It would seem that most of this kind of work is done by Pros not us hobbyists and thus you need to buy a glossy book/magazine to see it.

    Best;

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    Well I am a full time working pro and people is my main business.. and interest.. and I just moved "back" to mf from 35mm digital... my film hasselblads only really got used for personal work after the digital revolution came, but finally after more sensible pricing it has become possible even for me, a one man band studio to get back to medium format in the digital age...so far I am loving it, and so are my customers...

    more people shots is what this thread needs!
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    Here we go
    H4D-40 with the amazing little HC80mm at f3.4 funky colours in lightroom, watermark in photoshop, et voila!

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    Love that one, Nathan. Stunning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Love that one, Nathan. Stunning.
    +1 The fragility of the pale colours works particularly well with the way she looks back at you.
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    Nathan "I dont do landscapes" Lediard presents...
    "Gjemnessundbrua" Norways longest suspension bridge (in total length..) 1.25km long was looking for a different take on it.. 10 shot stitch with the H4D-40 & 50-110 @70mm

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Here is two photos from the Room of Loneliness series.

    Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID + Mamiya 110mm f/2.8 + Kodak Tri-X 400 rated at 1600 ASA, home developed in Rodinal/Adonal 1+100 stand development for 1.5 hour. Scanned with Epson V700




    Thank you guys
    Aryan Aqajani - Photographer in Melbourne, Australia
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