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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Mountainjoe,
    not boring at all, I feel I could skip stones across the water...love that Dalsa sensor. Nicely done.
    Thanks John - really appreciate it.
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    I wanted to see how all the New Years fireworks in front of our balcony culminated into one image. I exposed for the last ten minutes of 2011 and three hours into 2012.
    This is world we live in, the way we celebrate: The beauty in the chaos of light in time.


    2012 by SCHWARZZEIT, on Flickr

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    hello !
    some panoramic with a 100mm and a H3DII-39 !



    have a good day !
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    RZIID+110/2.8+Aptus54s.


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    Sergei,

    Very nice...The 110mm is a surprisingly good portrait lens. Lighting is such an amazing art form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Sergei,

    Very nice...The 110mm is a surprisingly good portrait lens. Lighting is such an amazing art form.
    Thank you.

    With 645's 1.1 crop back on RZ it does become longer than "normal" lens, which makes it mild telephoto (150's mm angle is equal to preferred portrait length on 645).

    I don't like "normal" focals , my typical angles are wider or just a tad longer.. Only exception is 12" (~300mm) lenses on 8x10, but its entirely different kettle of fish.

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    Keep it going.

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    RZIID+MamiyaZD+50/4.5


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    Hello

    The simple landscape series goes on

    H4D50
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    french landscape ! near my home isn't it ??

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    P1 DF; IQ 180; Mamiya 35mm AF; Lee Big Stopper/GND

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    Dreamily surreal Pramote. Very nice.

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    Dreamily surreal Pramote. Very nice.
    Thanks Bob! I really appreciate your kind words.
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    I haven't been out shooting as much this year, but finally found time to make a road trip to shoot something that's been on my bucket list since about 1980 ... Antelope Canyon. Wow, what a place. here are a couple from Lower Antelope ...


    PhaseOneDF/IQ180, Schneider LS 55mm, 6 sec at f/16, ISO 35


    PhaseOneDF/IQ180, Mamiya 45mm, 5 sec at f/16, ISO 35

    Went into upper yesterday and got some nice things, but a little cloudy so no light beams. These type are my favorites shots so no complaints, although I wouldn't mind getting a couple with the beams. Probably try again next year in late April/early May ... some of the beams start showing up by then and their aren't as many people. Also can spend a little more time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    I haven't been out shooting as much this year, but finally found time to make a road trip to shoot something that's been on my bucket list since about 1980 ...
    Very nice. I keep wanting to go, but every time i hear about waiting list longer than football field to get into it - i give up. My schedule is so erratic that i can't plan THAT much ahead for free time..

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    Mt. Jefferson, Mt. Adams, and Mt. Madison with the Great Gulf in the foreground. Taken from the Mt. Washington Auto Road in New Hampshire. Pentax 645D. 55mm. Stitched pano shot handheld--Dan is an inspiration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    Very nice. I keep wanting to go, but every time i hear about waiting list longer than football field to get into it - i give up. My schedule is so erratic that i can't plan THAT much ahead for free time..
    I hired a friend as a guide, he's doing a workshop for my store in the area in a couple of weeks. He's a native american (if you follow that link, he's also the one playing the flute as music).who shoots 4x5 and recently started shooting some 8x10, really cool guy and takes all the trouble out. He got us photo passes into lower antelope even though they line was quite long and we were able to go straight in, in fact we went in the bottom and worked our way against the traffic. A little bit of a hassle but found it was pretty easy to shoot what we wanted. For upper he arranged with a friend who does photo tours and he took us into rattlesnake canyon then upper. No waiting, no hassle, still lots of people. That being said, I'm not sure the waiting would be that bad, sort of organized, you can sign up tour in town and I think all of them have "photo" tours where the guide knows what photographers are looking for. I don't think the waits are a big deal. (not like getting into the Wave, which is now a daily lottery for 10 passes at the BLM station the day before and 10 passes via the internet I think 4 months before. Only 20 people a day).

    As I mentioned, it sounds like best time to go might be late April/early May less people and some of the beams are showing up by then.
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    Sonoran desert view



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    I will never forget AZ desert cactuses.... For as long as i live. It is tattooed on the back of my head Or bottom... Was trying to get better angle , shooting nudes, and .. well.. I never thought leather wallet could be punctured through so nasty.. *shudders*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    Antelope Canyon. Wow, what a place. here are a couple from Lower Antelope ..



    PhaseOneDF/IQ180, Mamiya 45mm, 5 sec at f/16, ISO 35
    Thank you Wayne . Good to finally see a landscape oriented image of Antelope Canyon . I love it .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


    P1 DF; IQ 180; Mamiya 35mm AF; Lee Big Stopper/GND

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    Simply, love it! Well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    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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    Hi all,

    Hope everyone is doing just fine. Here are some shots from one of my latest photo shoots;

    Camera: Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID + Mamiya 180mm f/4.5 SB + Mamiya tilt/shift adapter
    Film: Fuji Acros 100 home developed in Rodinal
    Flash: One Elinchrom Ranger Quardra RX + Elinchrom Deep Octa 70cm with inner baffle, front diffuser and hood + white deflector!






    You can see the rest of photos from this series at A New Day. Thank you.
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    Aryan, these are some nice portraits. One question: Does the tilt shift adapter allow swings or would you have to turn the camera?

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    New Beauty test shoot. IQ 180 + Para 88.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxKißler View Post
    Aryan, these are some nice portraits. One question: Does the tilt shift adapter allow swings or would you have to turn the camera?
    Thanks Max. As far as I know, only tilt and shift is possible with 75mm and 180mm SB lens and no swing! I am in love with this lens and adapter combination that can't get enough of it! I was lucky to find a very clean used one after a long time searching for it on the net.

    By the way, read your post on the "The search for "accuracy"... fed up" thread! All I can say is that I am in love with shooting film that I have not touched my digital back for any personal work! Film has really inspired me in many different ways! Wish I had gone this way sooner!
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    I wholeheartetly agree. Shooting bw film is most of the time a very rewarding process. Of course there a days when everything seems to go wrong. But I tell myself that I have at least lernt something on these days.
    It's not only the results that impress but the process of getting there. For me it's a great way to keep photography a passion.
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    BTW I really like your approach on portraits with the tilt shift adapter. Too bad I will always have to compare myself to you if I want to do something similiar.
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    This was shot on Velvia 50 if I remember correctly...

    1/30th; f 4,5
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    french landscape ! near my home isn't it ??
    Yes it is !

    And big news, I have received my d800E
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxKißler View Post
    BTW I really like your approach on portraits with the tilt shift adapter. Too bad I will always have to compare myself to you if I want to do something similiar.
    That is what I do every time I press the shutter release Daring to compare my shots with some masters
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan Aqajani View Post
    Simply, love it! Well done.
    Thanks very much Aryan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan Aqajani View Post
    Hi all,

    Hope everyone is doing just fine. Here are some shots from one of my latest photo shoots;

    Camera: Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID + Mamiya 180mm f/4.5 SB + Mamiya tilt/shift adapter
    Film: Fuji Acros 100 home developed in Rodinal
    Flash: One Elinchrom Ranger Quardra RX + Elinchrom Deep Octa 70cm with inner baffle, front diffuser and hood + white deflector!






    You can see the rest of photos from this series at A New Day. Thank you.
    Truly amazing Aryan!
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    Just a test shot - I'll be dropping a few of these in here over the coming weeks and months if that's OK. Hopefully some will find them interesting/instructive.

    My Hartblei HCam arrived yesterday. I'm planning on testing it out with pretty much the entire range of Canon lenses. Thought I'd have a go with the 85mm f/1.2 to start off with, but unfortunately, it seems you can't manually focus that lens off a Canon body.

    Real shame I reckon, because it would have had so much potential.

    Not a bad image circle -




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    (IQ180, f/1.2)

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    By Pentax 67 + Hasselblads + Fujica GL690. Rollei Retro80s in diafine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    RZIID+MamiyaZD+50/4.5


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    There is something un-nerving about this shot. The upturned mask with the long noes, the round eye's like those of a gas mask, and the book page with a skull on it. it is unsettling without knowing why ! Makes you wonder what liquid is in that bottle.

    Each time I look, I notice another detail. I love it, keeps making me look at it to wonder just whats going on !

    Nicely done.

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    By Pentax 67 + Hasselblads + Fujica GL690. Rollei Retro80s in diafine.
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    White Mountain National Forest from the Kancamagus Highway. Pentax 645D, 300mm.

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    By Pentax 67 + Hasselblads + Fujica GL690. Rollei Retro80s in diafine.
    Nice to see you on getdpi Issa!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCHWARZZEIT View Post
    I wanted to see how all the New Years fireworks in front of our balcony culminated into one image. I exposed for the last ten minutes of 2011 and three hours into 2012.
    This is world we live in, the way we celebrate: The beauty in the chaos of light in time.
    Nicely done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Truly amazing Aryan!
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    From this evening. Pentax 645D, A 35mm. I would have uploaded this sooner, but this was the reason we lost power.

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    From this evening. Pentax 645D, A 35mm. I would have uploaded this sooner, but this was the reason we lost power.

    I always like cloudscapes!!
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    From this evening. Pentax 645D, A 35mm. I would have uploaded this sooner, but this was the reason we lost power.

    Nice! Reminds me of Turner!
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    Mark, thank you. Glad you like it (it is in fact Mortensen's book on photography, i just hadn't have any of other books that would have human head schematics handy ).
    And plague doctor masks were in fact prototype or so-to-speak first gas masks in days when plague was ravaging old Europe..
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    And now for something completely different.

    Aptus54s, RZIID , 65/4.5 L-A (have not used that one in a LOOOONG time)


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    Pt Roberts, WA
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    Early morning on my favorite golf course.

    Hasselblad H1, HC 35mm lens, P25+ back


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