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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Oh drats, let's try that again:

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    And a couple of portraits







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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Oh drats, let's try that again:

    Wow! Glad you got that to work - very nice
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    Thanks, Joe!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    And a couple of portraits
    Very nice portraits Ashwin; particularly the youngster, who I would guess is a handful and a charmer at the same time. Any technical details? You clearly had no focus problems.
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    Sun backlight through the peeling bark of a paper birch.

    Last edited by tsjanik; 6th July 2012 at 12:58. Reason: change color space :)

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    AFDII+Aptus54s+55/2.8 AF (old one)

    mixed flash and twilight ambient


    Caught in red by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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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.


    I'm kind of proud ! look at this !
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    Excellent news.... well done!

    Hope it gets the final selection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Very nice portraits Ashwin; particularly the youngster, who I would guess is a handful and a charmer at the same time. Any technical details? You clearly had no focus problems.
    HI Tom,
    The shot was taken with the 150 mm f/2.8 FA lens with an ISO of 400, I believe...she is a charmer, and occasionally a handful, but very sweet.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Cromer Pier at dusk, Norfolk, England



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    wonderful Quentin. Nice toning !

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    wonderful Quentin. Nice toning !
    Thanks - the light was good. Lee ND .6 hard grad used for the sky.
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    What do you think, hard grad is better than soft grad ? I want to buy one (Hitech or Kood) and i don't know the difference.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    So I am out a Pemaquid Point testing a new filter. I get this fun image and, as I am leaving, I see someone having fun on the rocks (but pointing the camera toward the lighthouse ). Now, there is about a 1:4 chance at Pemaquid to see a photographer with more than a point and shoot. The chances you run into someone shooting MFD are really long. Not only finding a MFD photographer in Maine is rare, but to run into a GetDPI member is really pushing the odds up. Anyway we had a nice chat and I will wait to find a photo of Pemaquid Point Lighthouse in this thread--I am not sure I want to identify who is away from home on a public forum. Pentax 645D, 55mm, 90 seconds, f/13, ISO 400, B+W 4.0 ND, Tiffen T1 IR cut filter.

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    RZIID+Aptus54s+55/4.5


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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    What do you think, hard grad is better than soft grad ? I want to buy one (Hitech or Kood) and i don't know the difference.
    Well I use Lee filters, and the hard grads are more useful.

    I have a set of three, for one, two or three stops. I also have the soft grad set but I use them much less frequently.

    I have also used Lee's pro glass.6 ND filter which is a neutral ND filter, not a grad, and I have literally just bought their "big stopper" which cuts out a massive 10 stops of lght. Only done one test shot so far, and looking forward to using that soon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Well I use Lee filters, and the hard grads are more useful.

    I have a set of three, for one, two or three stops. I also have the soft grad set but I use them much less frequently.

    I have use Lee's pro glass.6 filter which is a neutral ND filter, not a grad, and I have literally just bought their "big stopper" ahich cuts out a massive 10 stops of lght. Only done one test shot so far, and looking forward to using that soon!
    thanks ! if you want to sell your soft kit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    thanks ! if you want to sell your soft kit...
    Sorry, but there are useful to have around If I sold them, I guarantree the very next shot I'd regret it! But if you have to deciide between soft and hard, get the hard grads first.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I don't know what others think, but with digital photography, the only filters I have found useful are ND filters, grad and non-grad, and a polarising filter.
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    thank you for the tips Quentin ! I read that hard are better for landscape and soft better for... ?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    thank you for the tips Quentin ! I read that hard are better for landscape and soft better for... ?!
    Coasters????!

    Actually can be useful where there is no "hard" bourdary such as a shoreline, etc.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    I don't know what others think, but with digital photography, the only filters I have found useful are ND filters, grad and non-grad, and a polarising filter.
    I use the LEE hard/soft 1-3 stop GND filters, Polarizer & Big Stopper too. For bright daylight long exposure work I will also sometimes use the 2 or 3 stop ND filter in addition to the 10 stop Big Stopper.

    However, another essential filter IMHO is the Singh Ray reverse grad 3 stop for sunrise/sunsets where you want to filter the horizon and not the transition to the edge of the image. (Which reminds me to pick up the 4 stop reverse grad - sometimes 3 stops isn't quite enough)

    No doubt someone will now come along and tell us all that grads are unnecessary these days ...
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    Pentax 645D, 120mm Macro.
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    From my vacation in New England taken yesterday, looking forward to continued shooting.


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    Nice Rick. Home sweet home!

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    very nice!

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    Thank you guys! Look forward to some more
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    Thank you guys! Look forward to some more
    Very good shot, and very saleable too!
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    Both of these are multi-shot stitches taken with Pentax 645D and 35mm A lens. I got up in the morning, saw what was happening, grabbed my camera and ran through the pouring rain from my apartment wearing my pyjamas, only to realise I had locked myself out. But who cares? I got the shot!


    http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8161/7...4b739b_b_d.jpg

    http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8005/7...8d8257_b_d.jpg

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    And now with the files actually inserted!





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    Sorrry about this guys... Maybe this will work...




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    OK, one last try!

    [IMG]<a href="http:[email protected]/7512479834/" title="PanoFromFiles_IGP5250-6Step10sRGBSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8161/7512479834_77514b739b_b.jpg" width="1024" height="398" alt="PanoFromFiles_IGP5250-6Step10sRGBSMALL"></a>[/IMG]

    [IMG]<a href="http:[email protected]/7513099098/" title="PanoFromFiles_IGP5257-63Step10FlatSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8005/7513099098_fb608d8257_b.jpg" width="1024" height="380" alt="PanoFromFiles_IGP5257-63Step10FlatSMALL"></a>[/IMG]

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    posting image format should be without the <a href="http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/medium-format-systems-digital-backs/medium-format-systems-digital-backs/..."></a>

    easiest way is hit the image button in the message bar (the little yellow mountains) and paste in the url of your image

    if you just added the IMG in sq brackets to both ends of the url's in your first post it might work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
    OK, one last try!

    [IMG]<a href="http:[email protected]/7512479834/" title="PanoFromFiles_IGP5250-6Step10sRGBSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8161/7512479834_77514b739b_b.jpg" width="1024" height="398" alt="PanoFromFiles_IGP5250-6Step10sRGBSMALL"></a>[/IMG]

    [IMG]<a href="http:[email protected]/7513099098/" title="PanoFromFiles_IGP5257-63Step10FlatSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8005/7513099098_fb608d8257_b.jpg" width="1024" height="380" alt="PanoFromFiles_IGP5257-63Step10FlatSMALL"></a>[/IMG]
    you need bcode . Not html. Here. I done one for ya.

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    Nubble lighthouse
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    Taken last night.

    P1 DF & IQ 180 & Mamiya 35mm AF

    I have to thank Shashin for his very kind advice for our trip in Maine. Meeting him in person by chance was also a very rare opportunity. I truly enjoyed our conversation. He is the first MF photographer I've seen in the past 11 days! Maine is no doubt one of the most beautiful states I've ever been.

    My Nikon D800E and P1 DF stopped working almost at the same time at the Pemaquid point lighthouse right before the sunset (The Nikon showed some sign before) but, fortunately, recovered the next day when we were in Plymouth. They have worked very hard in the past 11 days. The picture of the Pemaquid point lighthouse will follow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    I have to thank Shashin for his very kind advice for our trip in Maine. Meeting him in person by chance was also a very rare opportunity. I truly enjoyed our conversation. He is the first MF photographer I've seen in the past 11 days! Maine is no doubt one of the most beautiful states I've ever been.
    Well. it was a real pleasure for me to run into you. I am glad you had a great time in Maine. Perhaps the next time you come to Maine we can arrange a meeting rather than me having to look for you. Until the next time...

    For the GetDPI crowd, here is a behind-the-scenes shot of a very focused photographer at Pemaquid Point Lighthouse.
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    Hi Shasin!

    What part of Maine are you in? I will be in the Portland/Peaks Island area on Wednesday until the 20th most likely!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
    OK, one last try!

    [IMG]<a href="http:[email protected]/7512479834/" title="PanoFromFiles_IGP5250-6Step10sRGBSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8161/7512479834_77514b739b_b.jpg" width="1024" height="398" alt="PanoFromFiles_IGP5250-6Step10sRGBSMALL"></a>[/IMG]

    [IMG]<a href="http:[email protected]/7513099098/" title="PanoFromFiles_IGP5257-63Step10FlatSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8005/7513099098_fb608d8257_b.jpg" width="1024" height="380" alt="PanoFromFiles_IGP5257-63Step10FlatSMALL"></a>[/IMG]
    Clicking on the .jpg links in the notification email or the first post works, and I got it to work by clicking the quote button and cutting "http:[email protected]/7512479834
    and pasting it into my address bar.

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    Thanks for your help guys! Hugely appreciated. I was using the 'insert Image' link but pasting the html rather than the BBCode. I will try the other image now doing what I think should work:

    [IMG][/IMG]
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    Phew!

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    [IMG][/IMG]

    Puffing Billy steam railway in Victoria (Australia). Taken with Pentax 645D and 35mm A lens.
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    [IMG][/IMG]

    Main line special train in the Blue Mountains (NSW, Australia). Pentax 645D and 6x7 55-100mm zoom lens (and Pentax adaptor).
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    My own take of Nubble point from today


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
    Thanks for your help guys! Hugely appreciated. I was using the 'insert Image' link but pasting the html rather than the BBCode. I will try the other image now doing what I think should work:

    [IMG][/IMG]
    Funny I saw this pic..used to live right here on top of this spot (the little park is commemorated to some lady doctor IIRC)...began my serious photography there shooting ships, sunsets and stuff in the 80's right from my window...RTS2 with only the 25mm distagon. If I had the slide handy to scan I could show a very similar shot (nowhere near this calibre though). Thanks for the memory.
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    Ditto - shot it with XPan nearby to Jefferey St Wharf / Beulah St Wharf / Admiralty House area a few years back (my Australian office in Sydney is behind the bridge up the hill above the amusement park) .

    No stunning double rainbows when I shot it though!
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    I went camping with some friends this past weekend on Pender Island. I carted my RB67 and ZD back around with a vivitar 285 and we had some fun.

    Mamiya RB67 | Mamiya ZD | 50mm f4.5 C


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post

    Main line special train in the Blue Mountains (NSW, Australia). Pentax 645D and 6x7 55-100mm zoom lens (and Pentax adaptor).
    Oh that is absolutely tremendous.

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    Slightly different version from the one I posted on the tech cam image thread. WRS/IQ160 and SK35 w/CF


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    Some long exposure experimental photography with a 10 stop ND filter:


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