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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    Some long exposure experimental photography with a 10 stop ND filter:
    Rick,
    What shutter speed/f-stop are we looking at here with the 10-stop filter?
    Your portrait work is awesome and using the 10-stopper for portrait work is an interesting mix for composition.

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    ^ It's ISO 50 f11 51 second exposure.

    Thank you very much and I plan on continuing natural light portraits involving the big stopper due to their unique look. I have not seen anyone use it for portrait photography and plan to adapt a style out of it.

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    Thanks for your kind words guys! And I would love to see those shots mentioned of Sydney.

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    Seeing as it's the "Fun with MF" thread...what could be more fun than mixing a fisheye, infrared, kids, and a trampoline?

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    Kodak DCS 645M with the IR-block filter popped off.

    The net spectral response is roughly 560nm to 1100nm. Normally for IR I'd use a 780nm filter up front, but of course one can't with a fisheye. So it just occured to me to try the internal orange filter instead, to limit the visible light component.

    ISO 100, f/4 and 1/700 sec (#1) or f/5.6 and 1/250 sec (#2, #3).
    [One of the few digital IR setups which is sensitive enough for "action" shots.]

    My two obliging models are now tucked up asleep with their teddies, after their exertions this evening!

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    Super urban nightscapes, Ed. The colours are wonderful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post

    Nice! That's an interesting scene. I'm intrigued by the lighting installation in the tunnel.

    As regards the cityscapes - I find that these really work best when there's some colour or interest in the sky if you can time it that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    ^ It's ISO 50 f11 51 second exposure.

    Thank you very much and I plan on continuing natural light portraits involving the big stopper due to their unique look. I have not seen anyone use it for portrait photography and plan to adapt a style out of it.

    Best,
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    Rick,

    Did you use a speedlight on the model and then have her leave the shot since it is 51 seconds? I am trying to understand the technique you used so wonderfully.

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    I agree Graham, but sadly these installations were not switched on until it was fully dark, so that was not an option... Unless of course i go back, shoot the scenes with twilight skies, then blend them. Not a bad idea in fact ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    Some long exposure experimental photography with a 10 stop ND filter:


    Victoria Richey, York Harbor, Maine by RickrPhoto, on Flickr
    nice ! did you use a flash to freeze the girl ? Did she come when the shot was ending then you shoot a flash pulse ?
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    AFDII+Aptus54s+55/2.8AF(old), and three SB900s (yes, i know.. its abomination, but they are lighter when travelling).


    V in red - 2 by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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    nice ! did you use a flash to freeze the girl ? Did she come when the shot was ending then you shoot a flash pulse ?
    That's one way it could be done

    not going to tell as I have been developing the proper way to achieve this look for some time and want to do a series of it.

    Here is another.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    That's one way it could be done

    not going to tell as I have been developing the proper way to achieve this look for some time and want to do a series of it.
    Rick,

    I understand your need to keep your recipe close at heart. I am happy you at least go public to share your vision! Thank you!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    nice ! did you use a flash to freeze the girl ? Did she come when the shot was ending then you shoot a flash pulse ?
    This way you'd still see some overexposed foreground and the model would be transparent to some degree.

    I would simply use a tripod to ensure I maintain the same viewing angle. Make one long exposure of the scene with the nd filter. Then a short exposure of the model without nd filter and later stack them and use a layer mask. At least this is onother way to do it.
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    Or just tell her not to move?
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    Bottles with a Hasselblad 39ms.
    A tungsten "window light" and a little flood bouncing off some tinsel on the floor.
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    nice pictures Zerimar ! Keep it SECRET ! but just one thing i noticed, there is a sensation of bad masking in the hair zone in the b&w photo.
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    Decided to do a little more work on some Jackson Hole images this morning. This was a quick 2-shot image merged in CS6. Phase One DF, P65+, 80mm, f/11 1/250 and ISO 50. The images were first processed in C1 Pro then over to CS6 where I applied Nik, Silver Efex Pro 2 using high structure (smooth), a re filter and Ilford Pan F Plus 50. A little more processing while listening to the image and finished with this...



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    Beautiful shot Don, you really captured it! I think a 10 stop ND to have made the water below smooth would have been lovely too

    Very nice B+W processing as well.

    Here is one from me of the same girl as before:


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    Where the P45+ Really shines:

    512 second exposure:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    Where the P45+ Really shines:

    512 second exposure:

    Trefethen, Peaks Island, Maine by RickrPhoto, on Flickr
    I just bought another P25+ to shoot these types of exposures. Nice job with taming the ND tint too.

    Btw, what sucks is when you shoot a 10 min shot and 9 mins into the dark frame LENR the battery dies! Been there, done that
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    Leica S2 with Leica S-Adapter H and Hasselblad HC Macro 120mm-I (not II)...


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    Loving the shots in Maine Landscape Lover, enjoying my vacation here as well. If you are in the Portland area anytime this week let me know!

    Here is one from today at Cape Elizabeth:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    Loving the shots in Maine Landscape Lover, enjoying my vacation here as well. If you are in the Portland area anytime this week let me know!

    Here is one from today at Cape Elizabeth:


    Portland Headlight, Cape Elizabeth, Maine by RickrPhoto, on Flickr
    Hi Rick,

    Your NE pictures are just amazing!
    Unfortunately, I am back in Denver. Otherwise, I'd love to meet you.
    Maine was just amazing. I fall in love with it. Absolutely a candidate for retirement.
    I hope you enjoy the rest of the trip.

    Best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    That's one way it could be done

    not going to tell as I have been developing the proper way to achieve this look for some time and want to do a series of it.
    Seems pretty obvious how it's done, but I won't be the one to spoil your party

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    Seems pretty obvious how it's done, but I won't be the one to spoil your party
    It's not that difficult but I like to keep people guessing

    I'd say the trick is getting a shot that looks good with the technique, as you need some interesting elements to make it work properly.
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    Nice photos. But we need definitely more girls here ...



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    Nice work, everyone!

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    I concur, more female presence is needed:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post

    I'd say the trick is getting a shot that looks good with the technique, as you need some interesting elements to make it work properly.
    Such as the right model, for starters

    BTW, what filter are you using. I have used on the S2a Heliopan 10 stop ND filter, which unfortunately is not that neutral and creates a slight brownish tone.
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    Such as the right model, for starters

    BTW, what filter are you using. I have used on the S2a Heliopan 10 stop ND filter, which unfortunately is not that neutral and creates a slight brownish tone.
    I currently use a Lee system and have the foundation kit, wide angle bellows hood, the Lee big stopper (gives an easily correctible bluish tone to the image, just slide the WB to be warmer) as well as the soft GND set and 105mm polarizer.. priceless setup for landscapes and outdoors...
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    Hey.

    I said: MORE GIRLS !

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    Just come back from exploring for a week. This is from a day trip to Acadia National Park. Pentax 645D, 55mm.

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    From the summit of Cadillac Mountain looking north. 35mm lens, same camera.

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    Three boats at Acadia.

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    Since I seem unable to produce any new images, I've gone through some old film scans.

    Pentax 67, 300mm ED, Provia. The colors have not been enhanced to any great extent (other than to correct for the flatness of film scans) in PS - a nice aspect of film, it serves as a reality check. A very calm evening on Lake Erie with amazing color.

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    absolutely gorgeous

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    absolutely gorgeous
    Plus one from me. Breathtakingly so!

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    Had a lunch date the Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum today.







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    As you can see I was having some fun this morning.

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    As you can see I was having some fun this morning.

    I have a similar photo of the same guy ... only it was taken in the Galapagos in 2007. He's probably a cousin of the Geico Gecko and gets around a lot!
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    I have a similar photo of the same guy ... only it was taken in the Galapagos in 2007. He's probably a cousin of the Geico Gecko and gets around a lot!
    He actually ran up to me, jumped on the rock and started posing. Opps I didn't get a model release....
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    I have a similar photo of the same guy ... only it was taken in the Galapagos in 2007. He's probably a cousin of the Geico Gecko and gets around a lot!
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    He actually ran up to me, jumped on the rock and started posing. Opps I didn't get a model release....
    He was obviously very impressed by MF kit - but ¿see the diagonal pose? I think he was expecting you to use a tilt adapter to get his tail in focus!

    ...and I think I have a photo of him ¿her? near Lake Turkana (then Lake Rudolf) Kenya, in 1976.

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    He was obviously very impressed by MF kit - but ¿see the diagonal pose? I think he was expecting you to use a tilt adapter to get his tail in focus!

    ...and I think I have a photo of him ¿her? near Lake Turkana (then Lake Rudolf) Kenya, in 1976.
    He does get around!
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    Hasselblad 80mm 39MS back. It was ageing slowly so I did versions from 24x36 to 8x10'.
    This is the multishot in action with a gentle tone-map to hold back the whites.
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