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    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".

    Douglas Benson
    Very nice Doug.


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    Hi everyone, great work. I have been having a blast, having taking my first real outing with the 645D (and M9 of course) to the Palouse in Eastern WA...here are some 645D images (assorted lenses from 35-400)













    More to come....
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    very nice Ashwin!!!

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    Wonderful images Ashwin. Most appear to have been taken with the 200 or 400?
    I like the first one in particular; great sky and the impression of movement in the fields - a wave of earth.
    My wife and I have made many trips to the North Cascades over the years, but never had time for the Palouse, something I regret.

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    Thanks, Vincent....most kind of you to say that!
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    Golden morning in Tuscany

    IQ180, Cambo AE, SK150:
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    Damn, I was born in the wrong gene pool.

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    Great images Ashwin - pity about the biodiversity though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Golden morning in Tuscany=
    argh nnnnnice!

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Talk about fun...

    1962 APO-Tessar 500mm/f8, 503CW, Aptus-II 12R

    Yesterday at Parc de Bercy in Paris

    1/125 @ f11 and 400iso

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    Quote Originally Posted by yaya View Post
    1962 APO-Tessar 500mm/f8, 503CW, Aptus-II 12R
    Finally a proper P&S-system. (Don't tell us you used a tripod :-)

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    Well, ehem ... this time it's fun with MF Camera images - just want to swank a little bit with my newest arrival



    Yeah!

    H4D-40 Stainless Steel.

    Image taken with a X-Pro1, 60mm Macro.
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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.
    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".

    Douglas Benson
    When I saw your post quoted out of context, I thought it was on of the two-legged subjects here you had adopted!

    We have been adopted by a chocolate-point siamese (we found the owner, who took the cat back, but it came back to us).

    Once in a while we have a girl left over at the end of my wife's Ballet, gym and tap classes, but we have not had to bring one home yet ...but some of them were guests at our wedding!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Well, ehem ... this time it's fun with MF Camera images - just want to swank a little bit with my newest arrival

    Yeah!

    H4D-40 Stainless Steel.

    Image taken with a X-Pro1, 60mm Macro.

    Wonderful image. What's the 0-60 mph time ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Well, ehem ... this time it's fun with MF Camera images - just want to swank a little bit with my newest arrival



    Yeah!

    H4D-40 Stainless Steel.

    Image taken with a X-Pro1, 60mm Macro.
    Beautiful !
    Last edited by Swissblad; 20th June 2012 at 09:32.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Wonderful image. What's the 0-60 mph time ?
    Your bank account drains in a second ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Beautiful - what is the X-Pro 1 like?

    I have the X-100, lovely image quality - but seriously hampered in a lot of other respects.
    Swissblad

    the X-Pro1 was the reason I sold ALL of my Canon Pro-gear (1DsMk III and the like). I have all three lenses (of which the 18mm is the weakest but still good enough for 99% of everything that may come).

    The X-Pro1 camera is absolutely fantastic. The image above was taken in JPEG. I don't shoot RAW with the X-Pro1 - JPEG-Quality is so amazing with the standard settings.

    And of course the H4D for the big jobs ...

    I'll upload OOC-Jpeg of the image above if you like to pixel-peep, let me know ...

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    From a another "konfirmant" shoot today...
    H4D-40 with the HCD 28mm f11 1/800 profoto lighting.

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    Hey Graham, Love the image. Would you be willing to give me an idea of how you lit the image?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Mitchell View Post
    Hy6 with Leaf Aptus II 12, 80mm f2.8 AFD.

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    Cypress tree tunnel.

    Cambo, IQ180, SK72, and some nice light of course

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    Here is a cutesy shot of those cypress trees. I have no idea what I will do with all the comps of this clump.

    Anyway, I'm off to Alaska to photograph grizzlies for a few weeks which should take my mind off all these Tuscany images.

    Cambo, IQ180, SK150, three shots stitched

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    from Bible Land.


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    from Bible Land
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    @ etrump, love this landscape very much

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    Quote Originally Posted by VICTOR BT View Post
    from Bible Land
    Your bible land portfolio is incredible. All film or digital?

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Your bible land portfolio is incredible. All film or digital?
    thanks... all my art-projects in b/w are film, though what u see on the web mostly is just draft-scan.

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    from LES FEMMES photo-poem.
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    Well, with all these tree shots - here's mine. 80 mm/DF/IQ180. From the Canadian Prairies last week.

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    Some more from the Palouse!







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    Fantastic compositions, Ashwin

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    Thanks, Jorgen!
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    A few more BW conversions to share....to bring focus to light and shadow in this fantastic space....













    No matter where we looked, there were views everywhere

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    These are great B&W conversions Ashwin. Did you do them manually?

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    THanks everyone, for all of the "likes"....

    Hi Ed, thank you very much! And yes, all Manual conversions and post conversion adjustments in LR4...
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    Ashwin: The color series is special. Nothing like it. This is DMF photography at its best. The B&W's are really awesome too!
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    1 strobe..


    Cristina by RickrPhoto, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    From a another "konfirmant" shoot today...
    H4D-40 with the HCD 28mm f11 1/800 profoto lighting.

    Quote Originally Posted by ckhfrankie View Post
    Excellent lighting
    I was thinking it is "Hasselblad colour"... for decades Hasselblads have been renown for colour, contrast, impact...

    I hope my Sinar will be OK?
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    Same tree, different view..

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    And one with no trees...or hardly any, anyway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dick View Post
    I was thinking it is "Hasselblad colour"... for decades Hasselblads have been renown for colour, contrast, impact...

    I hope my Sinar will be OK?
    I really love the colours my hassy produces... straight out of the box ihave never had digital files that require so little PP... but then if you want to PP... oh my, they are so malleable its not true

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckhfrankie View Post
    Excellent lighting
    Thanks, really simple, just a B600R with a magnum reflector and the sun behind her....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    1 strobe..


    Cristina by RickrPhoto, on Flickr
    Nice tones!
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    a really nice 50s/60s feeling zerimar

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    Thank you guys! That's what I was aiming for with the B+W conversion
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    Enjoy another but in color:


    Cristina - Color by RickrPhoto, on Flickr

    CC welcomed as always
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    Grasslands National Park, Saskatchewan.

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    More of the Prairies.
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    And now for something completely different...
    From a recent commercial/ad shoot for a company that runs a national chain of shopping centres... I have a very loose brief, they just want fun images for their internal use and for annual rapports, centre magazines etc.. Shooting in a crowded shopping centre is not for the shy type... you get to hear it all from positive to negative and everything in between...
    Anyhow.. heres one or two....
    H4D-40 + 80mm
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