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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    very nice.

    Btw, don't apologize about the P45+, there are any of us IQ shooters who miss the abilities of that back!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    So here's that 2m by 5m print. It came out very nicely.

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    Not many good uses of a cat in MF digital shots (the main subject of Leica M shots I find) but this is excellent for a sense of scale!
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    very nice.

    Btw, don't apologize about the P45+, there are any of us IQ shooters who miss the abilities of that back!
    I am absolutely in love with it for its look and long exposure capabilities, I actually just recently got it all rigged to have as much power as I have batteries for an exposure with a whole bunch of lee filters (including a Big Stopper 10 stop ND)

    Expect some more fun one's from me

    Plus I can't afford anything more than a P45+! Being 20 it killed my bank, but I figured I'd like it more than a new car
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    Rick,

    I'm on the flip side to you. I have my IQ and I spend a lot of my time shooting extended exposures and now I want the P45+!

    My IQ = my new car in 2011/2012 too! I told Guy when I upgraded to my IQ160 that he'd be getting hate mail from my local car dealers! I'm happy to keep driving my 6 year old camera bag vs the exotics I used to waste, sorry, spend, my money on
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    I am absolutely in love with it for its look and long exposure capabilities, I actually just recently got it all rigged to have as much power as I have batteries for an exposure with a whole bunch of lee filters (including a Big Stopper 10 stop ND)
    Look familiar? Big stopper & .6 ND (& lashings of gaffer tape) together with MFDB.

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    Beautiful setup! Even have a Cube!

    I am lucky to have and enjoy my H2, P45+, 80 f2.8, and 50-110 f3.5-4.5, would love a Alpa or Cambo someday

    I was contemplating a Fuji GX680 with back adapter myself though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
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    Being 20 it killed my bank, but I figured I'd like it more than a new car
    Bingo!

    PS: try the RZ!

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    From a shoot today...
    H4D-40 50-110 wide open iso 400 arri lights (tungsten fresnels)
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Look familiar? Big stopper & .6 ND (& lashings of gaffer tape) together with MFDB.

    This looks interesting. I just learned the compendium hood for Cambo now has a 4" square filter holder. I hope it is thick enough for multiple filters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    Hi Ed - I use Kolor's Autopano Giga.

    Kolor | Image stitching and virtual tour solutions
    How does it handle the blending? I have been having fits with ps pano leaving stitch marks in the sky. When the light is changing rapidly the difference from one exposure to the next seems to really cause problems even in CS6

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    This is a cloudless sulphur caterpillar that was feeding on a cassia tree in my back yard. These are interesting creatures; while feeding on the green leaves, they are green but become yellow when feeding on the trees yellow flowers. Shooting this little fellow was a challenge given that I was using a manual focus lens on a very small critter on a windy day not to mention that his camouflage made him difficult to find to begin with
    Shot with P1 DF, 120 f/4 Macro, and P40+...the images are progressive crops shot from ~ 2 feet away.
    Thanks for looking
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    A couple from last night... both with the H4D-40 and the 80mm f2.8 wide open


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    Quote Originally Posted by pesto View Post
    This is a cloudless sulphur caterpillar that was feeding on a cassia tree in my back yard. These are interesting creatures; while feeding on the green leaves, they are green but become yellow when feeding on the trees yellow flowers. Shooting this little fellow was a challenge given that I was using a manual focus lens on a very small critter on a windy day not to mention that his camouflage made him difficult to find to begin with
    Shot with P1 DF, 120 f/4 Macro, and P40+...the images are progressive crops shot from ~ 2 feet away.
    Thanks for looking
    How big are the critters?
    It seems that the cropped sensor area used might be about 18 * 24 mm or micro 4/3?

    I am putting together a medium format macro system, using a Macro-Digitar 120 for about 1:3 to 3:1 and a Sinaron Digital macro 5.6/120 CMV macro 120 for 1:5 to 1: 1 or 2:1, and a set of Zeiss Luminar lenses for 1:1 to 40:1, but, for live insects I was thinking about using my Micro-Niokkor 200 on my GH2, as it would give about the same DOF as I think you have here?

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    Just a snapshot as I switched to the RZ now, my daughter spotted a 'princess' and wanted a picture with her. I think this was about the 6th shot on that body.



    And my daughter being very excited about the whole thing.

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    Just a snapshot as I switched to the RZ now, my daughter spotted a 'princess' and wanted a picture with her. I think this was about the 6th shot on that body.



    And my daughter being very excited about the whole thing.

    Your daughter is precious! Good for you for capturing these moments!
    My son is now 23, a Lieutenant in the Air Force and I do remember some of the precious moments of his childhood.
    Looking at these photos brings me back to those special days. Thank you!!

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    Hello Dick,
    These guys are about 1/4 inch in diameter and 1 1/2 long. While what you are considering sounds like a great way to go,I have been very happy with my PhaseOne set up...now if I could just get the wind to cooperate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pesto View Post
    Hello Dick,
    These guys are about 1/4 inch in diameter and 1 1/2 long. While what you are considering sounds like a great way to go,I have been very happy with my PhaseOne set up...now if I could just get the wind to cooperate.

    Douglas Benson
    One solution for the wind is to use a few flashes - but this would be easier with an assistant to hold the main light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dick View Post
    One solution for the wind is to use a few flashes - but this would be easier with an assistant to hold the main light.
    What a luxury that would be!

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    one of the monstrous old buildings in the navy yard; many photos taken in there, but it is about to be "modernized"
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    the olde Officers' Club, probably had it's last gasp in the fifties?

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    a pastoral scene, Brooklyn version; sketching houseboats on the Gowanus Canal, reminds one of Venice, eh?


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    same area, the Carrol St bridge, a drawbridge of sorts, pretty cool ( a focus stack)


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    another Brooklyn morning, over by the cement plant, under the Gowanus expressway, canal right behind, fixing the car on the street. two shot pano, autogigapan merge, 70 rodie, iq160

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    the olde Officers' Club, probably had it's last gasp in the fifties?

    A great series of images , JIM .
    Thanks for sharing .
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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    Your daughter is precious! Good for you for capturing these moments!
    My son is now 23, a Lieutenant in the Air Force and I do remember some of the precious moments of his childhood.
    Looking at these photos brings me back to those special days. Thank you!!

    Kind regards,
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    Aww Darr, thank you too!
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    dm22 zeiss 150 f4
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    Lower Schwabacher Landing leads to the Snake River and is 4 1/2 miles north of Moose Junction. Gotta love a place called "Moose". Phase One DF, P65+, 80mm f/11 1/250 ISO50.




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    Quote Originally Posted by paolo d.j. View Post



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    ¿Was she like that, or did it take your skill to make her look good?

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    Here are a some images from my recent trip to Denmark. All shot with the RZ67 Pro II and 65mm W.

    I guess this is one of these images almost every landscape photographer has already done. But it is particularly significant to me as it taught me to focus on foreground objects more often. I totally underestimated the OOF region.
    Next time I'll be focussing hyperfocally.

    Acros 100



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    They are both very nice images!

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    Thanks Vincent.

    Scanning slides really is a major pita. Takes ages and the quality doesn't even come close to the latest 35mm dslrs.

    Here are some more:



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    Nice portrait; does this kitty have a left arm that is deformed? I ask because it looks too thin when compared to his body.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    Nice portrait; does this kitty have a left arm that is deformed? I ask because it looks too thin when compared to his body.

    Actually that is the left hind leg. One of my cats also has really skinny looking rear legs (compared to the front legs).


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    Nice portrait; does this kitty have a left arm that is deformed? I ask because it looks too thin when compared to his body.
    Hello Darr,
    No, she is quite fine just very skinny. I recently brought her home from a local shelter to treat an ear infection and now I am afraid I have a new permanent resident...she is a real sweetie.

    Here is another one, much less "manipulated".

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    Quote Originally Posted by pesto View Post
    Hello Darr,
    No, she is quite fine just very skinny. I recently brought her home from a local shelter to treat an ear infection and now I am afraid I have a new permanent resident...she is a real sweetie.

    Here is another one, much less "manipulated".

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    Quote Originally Posted by pesto View Post
    Hello Darr,
    No, she is quite fine just very skinny. I recently brought her home from a local shelter to treat an ear infection and now I am afraid I have a new permanent resident...she is a real sweetie.

    Here is another one, much less "manipulated".

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    Wow indeed; Thank you!

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    Always remember:

    Dogs have owners; cats have staff.

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    Well..Time to post i think.. (wasnt dead, just was busy with workshops in Russia)

    AFDII+Leaf54s+150/3.5AF


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    Le presente: Francesca

    From my last shooting in Milano:



    H3DII-22, 50-110 @ 50 mm, f/11.

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    110mm lens on Hy6/Aptus II 12

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    AFDII+Aptus54s, 55mm AF (old one)


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    Very nice. Your lighting and composition are just right.

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    I'm not an architectural photographer but occasionally one can't resist - these old grain elevators are fast disappearing from the Canadian prairies.

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    And another...

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    Bill, I definitely prefer the colour version.
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    Hy6 with Leaf Aptus II 12, 80mm f2.8 AFD.

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