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    For what it's worth at 72dpi, here's the M9+50Summicron version,

    (This turned up on a new page. Back one for Hasselblad version)
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Hello



    A souvenir from Auvergne
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    unsure if I've shared this photo on here before or not, so here it goes anyways!


    LeeAnna Vamp by RickrPhoto, on Flickr
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    I don't recall either, but I'm glad you did this time. Very nice.

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    I don't recall either, but I'm glad you did this time. Very nice.
    Thank you!

    I would like to add this evening's sunset too. 5 minute 23 second exposure of the clouds rolling by. I enjoy the brush stroke effect of the clouds moving across the skies in long exposure shots.


    Seashore Ave. Sunset by RickrPhoto, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by downstairs View Post
    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.
    I love your lighting (in all your work). I had to say it because we mostly talk about gear here and the lighting is not emphasized enough (and the participation in the lighting forum is not as active as here).


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    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post
    Indeed it is the very same!
    Oh man, I'm soooo slow!

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    Thanks Valentin. Here it's dead. Extracted from Hasselblad as greyscale with Flexcolor
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    I know sunsets are easy, but this was on the 17th as the heat began to break--I am just having fun. I hope you got this Rick on Peaks Island. As usual, Pentax 645D, 55mm.

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    Very nice! ^ I do believe I caught some clouds, I was trying to catch lightning bolts to little success.

    I tried a 1 hour and 26 minute exposure with my p45+ this evening, and got this result:



    There is hardly any noise, and this was taken at ISO 200. Facebook may have pixelated it a bit.
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    [IMG]
    _IGP5485Step12CropSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    [IMG]
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    [IMG]
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    All above shots taken on Pentax 645D. Mixture of 35mm A, 55mm DFA and 6x7 200mm lenses.

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    Great shots with the 645D Ed! They have a clarity, luminance and crispness that really looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    Very nice! ^ I do believe I caught some clouds, I was trying to catch lightning bolts to little success.

    I tried a 1 hour and 26 minute exposure with my p45+ this evening, and got this result:



    There is hardly any noise, and this was taken at ISO 200. Facebook may have pixelated it a bit.
    That's a lovely circumpolar trails shot. The P45+ lives up to its reputation. You got a meteor in the upper right too. Heck, that's almost as good as a 6x7 film shot

    Of course, you didn't need to tell us how long the exposure was! (I'm assuming that everyone here knows how to tell it directly from the image? And I don't mean from the EXIF )

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    Took a trip out to Camden Hills State Park today to have some fun. Pentax 645D, A 35mm, Hoya X400 ND filter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ondebanks View Post
    Of course, you didn't need to tell us how long the exposure was! (I'm assuming that everyone here knows how to tell it directly from the image? And I don't mean from the EXIF )

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    Superimpose a clock face on the image and see how far the stars have moved.
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    More...

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    110/2.8, RZIID+ Aptus54s


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Superimpose a clock face on the image and see how far the stars have moved.
    A 24 hour clock face of course
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    Very nice! ^ I do believe I caught some clouds, I was trying to catch lightning bolts to little success.

    I tried a 1 hour and 26 minute exposure with my p45+ this evening, and got this result:
    ...

    There is hardly any noise, and this was taken at ISO 200. Facebook may have pixelated it a bit.
    Btw, lest we forget, this equates to a 3 hour exposure experience as the Phase backs insist on dark frame LENR. Been there, done that ... (and it's why I stack images with my D800 with no LENR for these star trails).

    VERY nicely executed though and a testament to why Phase One need to consider keeping a long exposure option in their MFDB suite. I'd trade all of my MFDB's and the Nikon D800 system for an IQ P45+ equivalent with OPTIONAL LENR.
    Ylem ...
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    sorry, but in my opinion, this kind of raunchy cheesecake is an insult to women, especially those on this forum

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    I agree. This raunchy stuff does not belong here and I would hope that the forum owner will remove it.

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    Please post images that at least have the intent of being tasteful. If any image cannot be shown without embarrassment or distress to anyone in a typical office environment, then please post it in the "images to share" forum with the annotation in the title "NSFW".

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    A 24 hour clock face of course
    Apparently, it can't be digital either...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
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    Ed your making me homesick !!.

    Nice images of Sydney there for sure. Have you tried during the Vivid festival ? lights up the opera-house nicely.

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    Btw, lest we forget, this equates to a 3 hour exposure experience as the Phase backs insist on dark frame LENR. Been there, done that ... (and it's why I stack images with my D800 with no LENR for these star trails).

    VERY nicely executed though and a testament to why Phase One need to consider keeping a long exposure option in their MFDB suite. I'd trade all of my MFDB's and the Nikon D800 system for an IQ P45+ equivalent with OPTIONAL LENR.
    I completely agree with you in that regard. I absolutely love my p45+ and wish they would continue making a back with longer exposure technology and all of the new IQ features. The LENR is annoying in all honesty, and I wish I could disable it at times, but am thankful that my images have little to no noise from it.

    In reality a d800 with LENR turned off and using some of the star trails software with it left on continuous drive mode and a shutter release cable would be somewhat more sane because you could dial in your exposure, shoot at a higher iso, and ultimately control the lengths of your trails.

    In most instances I will not be doing an exposure longer than 10 minutes, and believe that adding support in future backs for long exposures for up to 10 minutes would be an ideal compromise, as this is the first time I have tried do do anything over 10 minutes, let alone an hour, and only think I will use it again out in the the desert's of death valley, or somewhere else in nature to achieve a similar effect.

    On the plus side, no IQ version of it means it will continue to hold some decent resale value, and means I won't be spending more money that I don't have to get the IQ version of it
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I seem to have missed all the fun, oh well.
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    Really? How about just removing me from the forums then!!!!!

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    Thats was odd, indeed

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    I'm kind of surprised too. Is the ceiling coming down? Will it hit us on our heads eventually?
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    For those of you offended, on either side of the argument, it is essentially an issue of community values. I am a big fan of nudes and other edgy subjects but the furor in this forum both public and private was just over-board.
    At that time we decided that images that might be not appropriate or the office environment be labeled NSFW in their own threads in the Images to share forum. I have been doing this for over a year now and the uproar has stopped.
    I really prefer that folks be sensible and self-regulated, and I am sure that it is impossible to please all parties, at least this approach allows posts of most images and seems to work out for those who are sensitive as to the content.
    I really would like to be able to post my nudes in this forum too, but clearly I could not get away with it because it threatened to disrupt the forum community.
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    Thanks Marlyn - it certainly is a beautiful city! Yes, I did indeed do some Vivid shots - and posted some on here a week or two back. Just scroll a page or two back and you will see them. The Opera House installation was not so striking this year from a stills perspective - it was more impressive because of the movements. You will see what I mean in a couple of the shots. You can see a fuller set of my Vivid pictures here: Vivid Sydney 2012 - a set on Flickr

    And thanks Gary for your kind words. When the light is good in Sydney, it's hard not to take crisp shots!

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    Nudes are some of the best subjects for lighting and composition. Tastefully done, can allow a photographers skill, and artistic expression to trump any offensive imagery. Perhaps we should also ban paintings by such artists as Botticelli and Chabas. It sure beats some of the boring landscapes... (tongue in cheek)
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Nudes are some of the best subjects for lighting and composition. Tastefully done, can allow a photographers skill, and artistic expression to trump any offensive imagery. Perhaps we should also ban paintings by such artists as Botticelli and Chabas. It sure beats the countless boring landscapes
    I don't think that anyone disagrees - it's just a case of making sure that they don't pop up inappropriately in a common forum thread that might be embarrassing in an open social environment such as in the office, coffee shop or whilst sat on a plane etc.

    Put them in a marked NSFW thread/forum and this can be avoided.

    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    It sure beats the countless boring landscapes
    Btw, for some people it's countless boring portraits ...
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    Good point Graham, now where are these images? Btw, I like you landscapes very much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    It sure beats the countless boring landscapes
    And which boring landscapes would those be?

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    Hee, hee... just the offensive ones. This is all in jest, of course...
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    If I may suggest... as I've seen in other forums, only "link" to the nude/NSFW images and don't display them in-line and apply proper warnings. That way the image can still be part of the conversation and doesn't blow up in people's faces.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    If I may suggest... as I've seen in other forums, only "link" to the nude/NSFW images and don't display them in-line and apply proper warnings. That way the image can still be part of the conversation and doesn't blow up in people's faces.
    Or even better, possibly someone should start a thread for such imagery and it can be as edgy a you want and those who want to keep away, can.

    While I appreciate the skill involved in glamour (not sure what you call it) photography, it's not the sort of image I really have much time for and is not a subject matter I want clients, work colleges or my young daughter to think I stare at all day long.

    I enjoy the fashion and portrait images posted in here but as soon as the clothing starts to get smaller I think there are other forums much better suited who encourage this subject matter.

    Keep up the good work with the boring landscape (as someone tastefully wrote) because I love them!
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    I agree with Gareth.

    There's some superb artful nude work out there that definitely has a place here in its own area. I know that I draw inspiration from all genres of photography and some of the best pure landscapes I've ever seen have been of the human form.
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    In case folks are still interested in some boring landscapes (or seascape in this case) - I just acquired a used Sinar eMotion75 DB for my Contax 645 and have been coming to grips with digital MF for the past few weeks

    I have to say I love the Contax 645 as a film camera and was pleasantly surprised to see that the Zeiss lenses are more than up to the task of digital. There don't seem to be a lot of Contax digital shooters here but for me, since I also wanted to shoot film, the Contax is a great camera with features that are hard to find in other bodies.

    I've been looking for a DB for my Contax for many months and finally came upon the Sinar which has a 33Mpx Dalsa sensor - exactly what I wanted. I also like the fact that the Sinar backs can be mounted on several MF bodies with a simple adapter change so I didn't feel like I was getting locked in to a back that may be difficult to sell later on (recognizing that there aren't as many Contax shooters) - I wish the other DB vendors took a similar approach...

    Anyway, I really appreciate all the insights I gathered from these forums - the photographers here are top notch and the information available here has been invaluable to me in navigating through all the considerations to moving into MF.

    I plan to also use this back with my Fuji GX680 once I get the proper adapter.

    Enough chatter! Here's a couple of photos from my trip down to Morro Bay last week - nothing too exotic - just getting the feel for this back and processing of the files:

    Morro Rock at sunset - taken with the 120mm macro



    Morro Bay Marina - taken with the 45mm f2.8



    I appreciate any constructive comments

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    the image I squawked about was not a nude and was not artful, it was a demeaning representation of a skimpily clad female crawling on the ground wearing g-string longerie and high heeled boots; typified by cheap biker magazines and the like. It would be a considerable stretch to call it an attempt at the art of the nude.

    what ticked me off the most was demonstrating this blatant male sexist view
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    So, another boring landscape!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post

    Morro Rock at sunset - taken with the 120mm macro



    Morro Bay Marina - taken with the 45mm f2.8

    I appreciate any constructive comments

    Cheers,
    Very Beautiful!!
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    Mountainjoe,
    not boring at all, I feel I could skip stones across the water...love that Dalsa sensor. Nicely done.

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    FWIW- I shoot landscapes too, and i'm sure some are not very interesting. I enjoy all aspects of photography, and draw inspiration and motivation from good photography found here.

    jlm- your opinion is valid, but cheap biker magazines also need content...and readers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    Very Beautiful!!
    I do not comment more than how I feel. If it stimulates my eyes and/or emotions, it is beautiful for me!

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