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    H4D-40 + HCD28mm

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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.

    Looking at this again, the sky looks good, but I might have used a longer lens to make the mountain behind look bigger and more impressive. I used a long lens for a calendar shot (November 1980!) and made the hill behind look bigger for better composition.

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    Some more architecture...

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    Looking at this again, the sky looks good, but I might have used a longer lens to make the mountain behind look bigger and more impressive. I used a long lens for a calendar shot (November 1980!) and made the hill behind look bigger for better composition.
    Thanks I do have shots taken with longer lenses in addition to the wide angle shots.....

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    Looking at this again, the sky looks good, but I might have used a longer lens to make the mountain behind look bigger and more impressive. I used a long lens for a calendar shot (November 1980!) and made the hill behind look bigger for better composition.
    I'll have to respectfully disagree. I think the fact that the mountain is in silhouette makes it irrelevant to the composition. Making a larger black silhouette does not add anything. The clouds, on the other hand do make for a very striking image. Just my $.02 worth.
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    I'll have to respectfully disagree. I think the fact that the mountain is in silhouette makes it irrelevant to the composition. Making a larger black silhouette does not add anything. The clouds, on the other hand do make for a very striking image. Just my $.02 worth.
    And I agree with your disagreeing

    I have shots with longer, but really the wider shots work MUCH better.. imo... especially here.... I have shots on other locations where the mountains are higher and I have used telephoto compression to GOOD effect... Its all about choosing the lens for the wanted look... and here I wanted that big brooding sky... a tele would have cut that out

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    Tha face of a photographer (me) after droppng big wonga on a 27" Eizo Coloredge after my main screen "died" on me yesterday... only to find out today that my order book had slipped of my desk landing behgind my bloody HUGE UPS knocking the cable that supplies my screen with UPS protected power .. er... OUT! I tried everything... (or so I thought) but in the middle of a huge editing job and a tight deadline I didnt think of THAT possibilty... doh!
    Oh well.. I had scheduled a new screen in September so its just a little early...
    Me, my Rolleiflex, Arri lights, taken with H4D-40 + 50-110 at 110 wide open iso 400.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    The face of a photographer (me) ...

    The 'seriousness' of being the photographer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Some more architecture...

    When I see shots of places like this I cant help thinking, "what a great location for a shoot with some models" !

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    Some more architecture...

    Nice. Idaho?
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    Thanks, but no,Don, near Val Marie in extreme southwestern Saskatchewan. Magical country - "Land of Living Skies".

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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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    Sure, one softbox front and back. That's all there was room for anyway.

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    Apologies for plaguing the thread with shots of my daughter ... I'm in gear test mode as over the past few weeks I've switched from the 645DF and Alpa to an RZ and Techno. Here's a snapshot (?) with the Techno and the gorgeous little Schneider 120 ASPH. My daughter got hold of some makeup and painted her face silver! The main point is that it was not too hard to focus using liveview.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post
    Apologies for plaguing the thread with shots of my daughter ... I'm in gear test mode as over the past few weeks I've switched from the 645DF and Alpa to an RZ and Techno. Here's a snapshot (?) with the Techno and the gorgeous little Schneider 120 ASPH. My daughter got hold of some makeup and painted her face silver! The main point is that it was not too hard to focus using liveview.

    very cute!
    Looks like she is in model test mode
    I have no idea how I might get that expression from any of my regulars.
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    Thanks Bob (and Darr)! I've been thinking about this all day! Once I had a zone of focus along the sofa, I'm was longer behind the camera and actually engaging with her directly (read herding cats). Not only that but each shot doesn't waste a $1 sheet of film! It was a refreshing way to shoot. I think I'll do a set of outdoor portraits like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Some more architecture...

    Yes , Bill , some more architecture . I do Love that .
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Astrantia from the garden today


    Hassy H4D-50, HC50II lens, F4.0, 50ISO
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    More from the Prairies...

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    Thanks, Jurgen!
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    A Prairie inhabitant - injured and recovering! 150 mm handheld.
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    all lit with profoto lighting and mola beauty dishes..


    LeeAnna Vamp by RickrPhoto, on Flickr


    Lauren Calaway - Space age by RickrPhoto, on Flickr


    Lauren Calaway - The Orange Dress by RickrPhoto, on Flickr


    LeeAnna - Hasselblad by RickrPhoto, on Flickr


    Minerva Mendez by RickrPhoto, on Flickr


    LeeAnna Vamp + Minerva Mendez by RickrPhoto, on Flickr

    figured thats enough for now.. more on my website and flickr.
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    I've been busy for a while, but here a picture from home


    H4D50 HC 28mm

    Playing with Color effect
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    Just testing out my new 26mm extension tube...
    H4D-40 with 26mm extension tube and 50-110

    110mm f5.6


    55mm f3.5


    110mm f4.5
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    [QUOTE=Nathan W. Lediard;430707]Just testing out my new 26mm extension tube...
    H4D-40 with 26mm extension tube and 50-110

    I have the Zeiss Macro Planar 120, and could use it with the H4 with the adapter, but I would like the new macro 120, partly as it would let me use the computer to focus remotely for stacking (using a lightweight tripod)... do you not do enough close up work to contemplate the Macro 120, which, I think would out-perform almost anything at tabletop distances... I have the SK 120 and SK 120 macro, the Sinaron 120 macro and the Zeiss Luminar 100, which are great lenses, but at A3 none of them are in their optimal range?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
    I've been busy for a while, but here a picture from home


    H4D50 HC 28mm

    Playing with Color effect
    Looks good - I would have used a polarising filter for that shot - did you?

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    Just testing out my new 26mm extension tube...
    H4D-40 with 26mm extension tube and 50-110

    I have the Zeiss Macro Planar 120, and could use it with the H4 with the adapter, but I would like the new macro 120, partly as it would let me use the computer to focus remotely for stacking (using a lightweight tripod)... do you not do enough close up work to contemplate the Macro 120, which, I think would out-perform almost anything at tabletop distances... I have the SK 120 and SK 120 macro, the Sinaron 120 macro and the Zeiss Luminar 100, which are great lenses, but at A3 none of them are in their optimal range?
    No, I do not do enough of that kind of work to justify the expense... but an extension tube does the job for the occasional job that ducks up. If I do get alot of that kind of work then a dedicated macro lens and most likely the HTS would be on my list... but right now I would rather spend my money on a longer portrait lens like the 150 or 200... the 120 macro is too close to the 110 end on my 50-110. Thats where most of my income is derived... portraits and people... with some commercial / advertising thrown in but that is big stuff like building and furniture so no need for the macro their either.

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    Medium Format FUN... well this surely fits the bill....

    My two boys enjoying the all too seldom warm weather... Polaroid 195 rangefinder... one shot, one kill....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Thanks, but no,Don, near Val Marie in extreme southwestern Saskatchewan. Magical country - "Land of Living Skies".
    Thanks for sharing all the wonderful Saskatchewan shots! You're making me feel nostalgic for my old stomping grounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Medium Format FUN... well this surely fits the bill....

    My two boys enjoying the all too seldom warm weather... Polaroid 195 rangefinder... one shot, one kill....

    Yes... sometimes the most important thing about photography is pushing the button at the right moment!
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    Hi everyone,

    I was busy with moving out and relocating to a new place in the past few weeks. Hope you guys have been doing great, need to have a look at your work to enjoy the art.

    The followings are from some of the latest shoots I have done recently.

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    You can see the rest of them here Last Day and Lighting Song.

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    More eggs with Hasseroid & 80mm.
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    If you go down to the woods today....

    H4D-40 + 80mm (probably the most underrated lens in the hassy line up.. the more I use mine the more I love it)

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    Hello,
    I recently posting in Nikon, Leica "Fun image" thread, now, this is my 1st post in MF, I hope I don't get lots of sticks I rarely use my H1D-22, but every time I use it, I really happy with it and it's 1 of the thing I will likely to keep, even thought it's really old.
    H1D with 80mm f2.8

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    That's priceless.

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    Just for " Fun with MF"; this is not a photograph anymore, at least in my mind. I was playing with the oil paint and liquify filters in PS; I applied them to a photo of a milkweed pod. My wife and a visiting neighbor thought the result wonderful. I have mixed feelings.



    645D and 120mm macro, not that it's meaningful at this point
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    Great shot, Tsjanik! My only thought is you might crop the very top to get rid of those tiny white areas on the left. The rest is fascinating! I'm with your wife and neighbor.
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    Bruce Peninsula National Park at one of my favourite locations.


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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    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
    Apologies - only just noticed this question.

    Blending is very good indeed. In the past I've had problems with vignetting, but shooting an LCC fixes that. I'm just processing a 109-shot pano that was taken with the Mamiya 200mm f/2.8. Shot just half an hour before sunset, so light changing quite quickly. I actually used PTGui for this one because AutoPano exhibited some weird behaviour (no time to investigate what the problem was). Will post images later.

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    Original is 5.5 gigapixels.

    Had to just do a screenshot of Photoshop as I don't have time for it to re-size it down to a sensible size



    Detail 1:



    Detail 2:

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    Original is 5.5 gigapixels.

    Had to just do a screenshot of Photoshop as I don't have time for it to re-size it down to a sensible size

    Wow, this is just great I love it! What are its dimensions if you print at 300dpi if I may ask?

    Maybe it's just me, but the Burj Khalifa looks like it'd be leaning a tad to the right. Perhaps it's due to the tiny screenshot but you could check the original file.

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    Hello !
    I'm new to digital MF, here is a picture of a french farmer, Denis. H3D-39 (btw to sell) and 50-110mm.



    edit : sorry it's very big, i will reduce it tonight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    Hello !
    I'm new to digital MF, here is a picture of a french farmer, Denis. H3D-39 (btw to sell) and 50-110mm.



    edit : sorry it's very big, i will reduce it tonight.
    Great toning. Is that just a pull on the saturation or something else?

    BTW nice shot
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    Original is 5.5 gigapixels.

    Had to just do a screenshot of Photoshop as I don't have time for it to re-size it down to a sensible size



    Detail 1:



    Detail 2:

    WOW!!!

    I love it! Would it be rude it ask for a 2560 x 1440px crop of the image (with all of the Burj). I think I've found my new wallpaper for my MacPro!!!

    What was it shot with?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    Hello !
    I'm new to digital MF, here is a picture of a french farmer, Denis. H3D-39 (btw to sell) and 50-110mm.



    edit : sorry it's very big, i will reduce it tonight.
    Wonderful portrait. And welcome to the forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flynnyfalcon View Post
    WOW!!!

    I love it! Would it be rude it ask for a 2560 x 1440px crop of the image (with all of the Burj). I think I've found my new wallpaper for my MacPro!!!

    What was it shot with?
    I'll see what I can do when I get back home next week

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    Original is 5.5 gigapixels.

    Had to just do a screenshot of Photoshop as I don't have time for it to re-size it down to a sensible size


    Gerald, that is simply amazing. Well done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    Hello !
    I'm new to digital MF, here is a picture of a french farmer, Denis. H3D-39 (btw to sell) and 50-110mm.
    Great image!

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    Gerald, that is simply amazing. Well done!
    YES!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Just for " Fun with MF"; this is not a photograph anymore, at least in my mind. I was playing with the oil paint and liquify filters in PS; I applied them to a photo of a milkweed pod. My wife and a visiting neighbor thought the result wonderful. I have mixed feelings.



    645D and 120mm macro, not that it's meaningful at this point
    I like it. A lot.

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    Good lord that shot of Dubai is amazing… would love to know more about how you pull off these incredible images..
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