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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.

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    Said magazines arent really all MF anymore. Playboy has been shooting with 5dII since it was out. People used to rent RZ67 to do good submissions, not anymore. Its good to be elite
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    Trail Ridge Road
    Rocky Mt. National Park
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    Mamiya RZ Pro II; Mamiya RZ 65mm
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    Thanks for viewing.

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    Trail Ridge Road
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    Mamiya RZ Pro II; Mamiya RZ 65mm
    Fuji Velvia

    Thanks for viewing.

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    Excellent..! I did have a Mamiya RB67 beforehand but I sold it for several month because of the bulky and heavy. However, the photo quality is good.

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    Lovely, Pramote!

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    Great capture Pramote. Was that done with the 65mm W or with the 65mm L-A?

    I love the Velvia 50 but end up using Provia all the time because of its long exposure capabilities.

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    Thanks very much ckhfrankie, shelby and MaxLibler.
    It was 65mm W. It is an exceptional lens although got mixed reviews.
    The Mamiya RZ pro II (D) has always been one of my all time favorite.
    You're right it's heavy but view finder and film size alone are well worth it.
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    Seem ti be getting some kind of odd disorder where I keep stopping my van on the way to/from paid shoots to capture panoramas like this... could I be getting the landscape bug? will this mean I suddenly get the urge to get up at 3 in the morning for better light? hmm...

    Centralpart of a 20 image stitch from the H4d-40 with the 50-110 at the long end and a polarising filter.

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    In honor of the M9M--as last something else to talk about instead of the D800! I was out in my woods last evening. Pentax 645D, D FA 55mm, ISO 800, f/4, 1/50s, handheld.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    In honor of the M9M--as last something else to talk about instead of the D800! I was out in my woods last evening. Pentax 645D, D FA 55mm, ISO 800, f/4, 1/50s, handheld.
    Nice!
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    Ok.. time for a girl in a red dress...

    H4D-40 with the 80mm again f3.4
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    Gold and silver.

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    Another with the H4D-40

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    Dick,

    I wish you get well soon and back to work, I was just curious to see some of your works.

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    Here's a very wind-blown Lake Erie. I took this last fall and although it had a quality that was appealing, I never did anything with it. I have discovered what I like about the image: the similar shape of the waves and the clouds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Another with the H4D-40

    Love this model and backdrop but the straight on view doesn't seem to flatter her as well as the other angles. Maybe having her turn slightly would have been better.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    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!
    It is a very nice version, so I did my own ! In fact, I never used Siver Efect, and as I was unable to get the quality of Graham's b&w conversion, I decided to get this software.

    So here my first trial

    Thanks Graham !

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    Very nice!
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    The Spectators. Antelope Canyon-AZ.. hasselblad
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    Just a couple of shots from my latest portrait photo shoot. You can see the rest of the series on A Moment in Autumn

    Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID + Mamiya 110mm f/2.8 + Kodak Porta 160 + Epson V700 + Sekonic L-758DR + beautiful natural light, no reflector! All Handheld!

    Thank you guys in advance for any comments/critiques/likes! Really appreciate it



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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Love this model and backdrop but the straight on view doesn't seem to flatter her as well as the other angles. Maybe having her turn slightly would have been better.
    Thanks for the feedback Ed... this was a day of experimenting with diverse ideas, and I quite agree... I was very much in doubt about this myself, but threw it up to see if I got a reaction, your reaction confirms my suspicions, this shot is "almost, but not quite" if you know what I mean...

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    Same location as the last shot, but shot with profoto b600r and soft white reflector (beauty dish)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan Aqajani View Post
    Just a couple of shots from my latest portrait photo shoot. You can see the rest of the series on A Moment in Autumn

    Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID + Mamiya 110mm f/2.8 + Kodak Porta 160 + Epson V700 + Sekonic L-758DR + beautiful natural light, no reflector! All Handheld!

    Thank you guys in advance for any comments/critiques/likes! Really appreciate it



    Wonderful shots in gorgeous natural light! really enjoyed the rest of them on your webpage too.
    Love the way film renders highlights in natural light, and so far my H4D-40 has come the closest to that gentle roll off in the highlights I have seen in a digital camera... no the same as film for sure, but certainly getting there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Wonderful shots in gorgeous natural light! really enjoyed the rest of them on your webpage too.
    Love the way film renders highlights in natural light, and so far my H4D-40 has come the closest to that gentle roll off in the highlights I have seen in a digital camera... no the same as film for sure, but certainly getting there!
    Thank you Nathan, that's very kind of you I have really fallen in love with how color negative renders highlights with really amazing color palette! You are dead right about the digital backs! Although they may have greater dynamic range but they still produce different tones! My DM22 back is sitting in the bag for commercial work ONLY
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    Big Sur, CA
    Hasselblad H4D with HCD 35-90mm at 35mm
    ISO200, f/11, 1/15 sec

    Have a great Holiday!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


    Big Sur, CA
    Hasselblad H4D with HCD 35-90mm at 35mm
    ISO200, f/11, 1/15 sec

    Have a great Holiday!
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    Lovely! Wishing you and yours a relaxing and enjoyable holiday weekend, Pramote.

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    A little break from the blonde outdoors, time for a few from a fun recent studio shoot....

    H4D-40 + 80mm wide open at f2.8 200 iso 1/500th One single 650 watt Arri tungsten fresnel...


    H4D-40 + 80mm wide open at f2.8 iso 400, 1/90th hand held same lamp, just turned the girl around so lamp behind her, face is lit by reflected light off the wall...



    Now with profoto 5' octa with grid 80mm again at f11 1/350



    Now with the gridded magnum on the left and a strip soft box coming in from the right
    HC 50-110 @ 110 f/11 1/500

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Lovely! Wishing you and yours a relaxing and enjoyable holiday weekend, Pramote.

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    Thanks for your kind words Joe, my friend!
    I hope you have a great Holidays too and enjoy your new 800E
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    Right im off home for the weekend, ill leave you all with this one from a shoot this week...

    taken with my Mamiya c330f and the 180mm lens... Fuji T64 tungsten film (E6) cross processed in c41 chemicals.. fresh out of the soup today and straight into the v750 for your viewing pleasure

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    Just having fun today. Five image stitch. Skies are tricky and I am going to have to spend more time on that, but this a quick a dirty edit. Not only is there uneven luminance in the sky, there is actually a color shift as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    A little break from the blonde outdoors, time for a few from a fun recent studio shoot....
    Nathan, I prefer the last couple shots! I am not into highkey very much however, I think the hair highlights on the second shot are almost gone! The last couple shots, light is more directional, softer with beautiful overall tones! I liked them very much indeed, well done
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    Just getting my journey started here....went with a easy entry point cost wise and jumped for a used 645D and 75 mm f/2.8...any advise or tips for a newbie into the MF world is greatly appreciated...



    The sharpness/croppability factor does impress:





    Nothin' too fancy here....but it's a start to a new challenge.
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    Ashwin - welcome! Have fun with that 645D.
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    thanks, Graham! It's great to hear from you. THanks for the warm welcome.
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    Same subject also shot on 8X10 and Leica M9 and posted elsewhere.
    Hasselblad CF39-MS back. 80mm lens. I've been comparing formats on a subject with difficult whites. The HB's bracketing is too shallow for useful tone mapping. M9 is a breeze. 8x10 TMax needs a triple scan in the flatbed Epson - a pain.
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    Rainy day in Venice

    IQ180, sk72L, two shot stitch

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Rainy day in Venice

    IQ180, sk72L, two shot stitch

    Ed, this is really beautiful!!
    Thanks for sharing!!
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    Just getting my journey started here....went with a easy entry point cost wise and jumped for a used 645D and 75 mm f/2.8...any advise or tips for a newbie into the MF world is greatly appreciated...
    Welcome Ashwin. I've seen some of your images on other threads and I think you'll like the 645D; I would suggest you obtain a 35mm and 120mm macro for the camera, and maybe the 150mm FA and ..... ...- it never ends . Seriously, the 35 and 120 along with the 75 are a good starting point with this camera.

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    When I look at the series of the model in red, they seem to tell a story. I hope you don’t mind, but I‘ve supplied some captions.

    Tom

    Waiting for boyfriend, who is late


    The car has broken down. The boyfriend has the hood up. Girl thinking “What is taking so long?”



    Girl says” Well if you can’t fix the car I know how to get a passerby to stop”

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    Just having fun today. Five image stitch. Skies are tricky and I am going to have to spend more time on that, but this a quick a dirty edit. Not only is there uneven luminance in the sky, there is actually a color shift as well.
    Shashin:

    This has a very IR look, did you do anything special?

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Rainy day in Venice

    IQ180, sk72L, two shot stitch

    Probably my favorite so far from your Venice series.
    Love the naturally subdued colours, reminds me of an old oil painting...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Shashin:

    This has a very IR look, did you do anything special?
    Just used an IR filter. The exposures are at f/11, ISO800, at 90 seconds.

    BTW, I was getting some other artifacts on another series. I think the viewfinder may be causing a light leak and need to be covered during the exposure. I will investigate this further.
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    Ed, this is really beautiful!!
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    Just getting my journey started here....went with a easy entry point cost wise and jumped for a used 645D and 75 mm f/2.8...any advise or tips for a newbie into the MF world is greatly appreciated...
    Welcome. Nothing to fancy with MFD, they are just cameras and the 645D is one of the most advanced. I really like the D FA 55mm and I have the A 35mm and A 120mm macro, both really nice lenses. I do have a 300mm, but don't use it very much. FA are autofocus, A are manual. Some the the Pentax 67 lenses work well on the 645D as well. There are lots of places you can find lens recommendations. The Fun with the 645D thread is in the Pentax forum of GetDPI, but I usually post my 645D images here.

    ISO 1600 is really good on the 645D and I have a lot of fun using it for street photography when I get to urban locations. This is not just for landscape pictures. The mirror is well dampened and with a bit of practice can use slower shutter speeds, but don't be fooled by the 100% monitor view--on a 24" monitor in Photoshop, you are looking at about a 9mm x 5mm section of the 44x33 chip. Just like viewing a 44"x33" print from 10". I regularly print images from a 44" wide printer and the results are wonderful.

    BTW, if you have Leica Visoflex lenses, you can get an adapter to mount them on the 645D. Maybe not the best lenses for the 645D, but it could be fun.
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    Same subject also shot on 8X10 and Leica M9 and posted elsewhere.
    Hasselblad CF39-MS back. 80mm lens. I've been comparing formats on a subject with difficult whites. The HB's bracketing is too shallow for useful tone mapping. M9 is a breeze. 8x10 TMax needs a triple scan in the flatbed Epson - a pain.
    You wouldn't happen to be Chris, based in Italy would you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Just getting my journey started here....
    Greetings Ashwin. There are indeed many challenges here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post
    You wouldn't happen to be Chris, based in Italy would you?
    Should does look like his work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    When I look at the series of the model in red, they seem to tell a story. I hope you don’t mind, but I‘ve supplied some captions.

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    Not at all Tom, made me laugh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan Aqajani View Post
    Nathan, I prefer the last couple shots! I am not into highkey very much however, I think the hair highlights on the second shot are almost gone! The last couple shots, light is more directional, softer with beautiful overall tones! I liked them very much indeed, well done
    Thanks for the feedback Aryan, yes I cooked number two.. using a strong backlight to illuminate the face you are gonna blow something...

    My faves are the last two too, my favorite way of lighting portraits, but I love to experiment with light, it's what I love about photography...

    Like I said, I appreciate the feedback, I spent some time last night looking through your web portfolio, really enjoy your work!
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    Well my MF gear is all back in one piece and working again. I'm teetering on the edge of giving up on it. My poor daughter once again has to be my model

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post
    My poor daughter once again has to be my model
    I hope your daughter isn't poor because you spent her college fund on your camera. Or did you decide she is not going to college? Beautiful girl and lovely image.
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