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    55LS/IQ180

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    DM 22+ 80 2.8D




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    Very hard not to like these, Paolo
    I don't care what gear I have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Very hard not to like these, Paolo
    Plus 1 from me!
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    From a recent shoot... H4D-40 80mm @ f3.5
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    Looks like a fun shoot. Very nice.

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    and Nathan "I dont do landscapes" Lediard presents one from today... (got sidetracked on my way back to the studio after a shoot)
    Again the H4D-40 and 80mm
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    Yes Lloyd, fun shoot thanks, glad you liked it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    It can possibly be claimed that the Fuji GX680 isn't ideal for street photography and strictly speaking, it's a slight overkill. But... people change when they're confronted with the beast. I get kind of noticed and I get a different kind of portraits. A very interesting experience. I'll do more of this.

    These two photos are from my first couple of rolls with the camera, so please have patience with me. I haven't shot MF since I sold my Rolleiflex Baby more than 10 years ago. That was a somewhat smaller camera

    GX680IIIs with 180mm f/5.6 @ f/22, Acros 100



    GX680IIIs with 65mm f/5.6 @ f/22, Acros 100
    I really like this shot J°rgen!
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    Another from the same shoot...
    H4D-40 80mm @ f4
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    Back in Jackson Hole for a couple days. Went out this morning to see what's changed and just how bad the smoke is.


    Phase DF, IQ160, 80mm, f/11 1/180 ISO50
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    Cherry Creek State Park, CO. Five minutes from my home. Very convenient place for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpeterson View Post
    Some wedding photography in Upstate New York from this weekend. IQ160 and 55LS and 150LS lenses. I also had a 5D2 with 14mm, 24-70mm, and 70-200mm for the faster moving and very low-light stuff.

    Editing in Capture One, no work in Photoshop.


    Phase One IQ160, ISO400+, 1/700th, Schneider 150mm LS @ f/3.5


    Phase One IQ160, ISO400+, 1/2500th, Schneider 150mm LS @ f/3.5


    Phase One IQ160, ISO400+, 1/1250th, Schneider 150mm LS @ f/3.5


    Phase One IQ160, ISO400+, 1/200th, Schneider 150mm LS @ f/3.5


    Phase One IQ160, ISO3200+, 1/125th, Schneider 55mm LS @ f/2.8


    Phase One IQ160, ISO50, 1/200th, Schneider 55mm LS @ f/8


    Phase One IQ160, ISO200+, 1/2000th, Schneider 55mm LS @ f/4.5


    Phase One IQ160, ISO100, 1/640th, Schneider 55mm LS @ f/5.6


    Phase One IQ160, ISO200+, 1/250th, Schneider 55mm LS @ f/2.8
    This one is for a bookmark for the mother of the bride [hence the very vertical format].


    Phase One IQ160, ISO800+, 1/1600th, Schneider 150mm LS @ f/3.5


    Phase One IQ160, ISO800+, 1/250th, Schneider 150mm LS @ f/3.5


    Phase One IQ160, ISO800+, 1/2500th, Schneider 150mm LS @ f/3.5


    Phase One IQ160, ISO200, 1/640th, Schneider 150mm LS @ f/3.5

    There is always this talk about "horses for courses" when talking about MFDB.
    Whats the upside of using MFDB on these pictures?
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    More from Georgian Bay.

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    First color from this morning in Jackson Hole. Phase DF, IQ160, 80mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    First color from this morning in Jackson Hole. Phase DF, IQ160, 80mm.

    Love this look Don. Maybe clone the oof green lower left to polish off the look?

    Great light sneaking through
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    Kotryna MikuÜauskaitė, shot with Hasselblad H3D39II + HC 100/2.2, shot in studio using ARRISUN AS40/25

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    Shot on Acros100. I'm still amazed how much detail this film holds. Even though this was only scanned with my crappy ancient Epson flatbed scanner.


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    ^^^ Nice catch!

    Do you think she is shooting with film or having a digital back on that film body? I love another body there
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Love this look Don. Maybe clone the oof green lower left to polish off the look?

    Great light sneaking through
    Good idea!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    ^^^ Nice catch!

    Do you think she is shooting with film or having a digital back on that film body? I love another body there
    She was shooting film with her RB67 I can tell you first hand. TMax 100 if I remember correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    First color from this morning in Jackson Hole. Phase DF, IQ160, 80mm.
    Moose-Wilson Road??
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    Here is some fun with MF.... from a shoot earlier this year for a knitwear designer... a whole bunch of kids all under 6 made for a fun day... despite me being attacked by a gnat storm at the end of the shoot... Book of knitwear patterns and designs has just been published so I can finally show the pics

    Here is a link to a preview of the book with the patterns taken out, juts my pics left--

    Design by Marte Helgetun - "I all enkelhet"
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    And here are myself and the Mrs on our way to a celebration dinner for the publishing of the book.... Self timer with interval on the H4D-40 is great for this 50-110 @ f5.6 in our living room having just used all day moving out ready to move into new house.. I had not planned this shot at all, so i grabbed a canon speedlight from the van and stuck it in the hassy's hot shoe on manual full power pointed at the ceiling with a stofen on it...
    Finally a pic of me and the Mrs together (she was pleased)

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    Moose-Wilson Road??
    No, over by Kelly. We went on Moose-Wilson but no joy other than a fat bear running out in front of us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    No, over by Kelly. We went on Moose-Wilson but no joy other than a fat bear running out in front of us.
    Aha - a little quieter over there and I've shot all along the eastern Gros Ventre Rd after Kelly too. Interesting aspen groves and ruined barns out there too as I'm certain you know very well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    +1. Those lovely granite islands - makes want to get the canoe and tent and head up there.

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    Thanks Tom - though I explore in a small Zodiac launched from my bigger boat. Much more comfortable than a canoe and a tent on that VERY hard granite!
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    MF fun in the darkroom!
    Took mainly film pics on my recent holiday back in my home country (UK) on holiday and not wanting the digital "work" nice to be free of batteries and memory cards...
    Contact sheet, a day on the trains... Hassy with 50mm
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    Ooooh I do like a nice contact sheet!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxKi▀ler View Post
    Shot on Acros100. I'm still amazed how much detail this film holds. Even though this was only scanned with my crappy ancient Epson flatbed scanner.

    Max, I would try cropping out the OOF foreground, perhaps just above the central rock. Makes for a bit of a panorama! Love the tones in this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Ooooh I do like a nice contact sheet!
    Yes there is something rather special about them

    Here is another

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    Yup, I'm with Ben. Good stuff, Nathan. I may have to dust off a film camera today!
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    I find it a great break from all my digital work, sitting in front of my screen all day working on stuff for clients.... a half hour in the darkroom refills my batteries lifts the soul... so alot of my personal stuff is still done with film...

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    There is always this talk about "horses for courses" when talking about MFDB.
    Whats the upside of using MFDB on these pictures?
    Some of this will be post-hoc justification as, in truth, the day of a wedding I am guided more by instinct and experience than by specific and thorough consideration. In other words I have two systems with me and when I see a shot I tend to instinctually reach for one of the cameras or the other. There are exceptions of course, for instance when I walked into the reception hall and saw it was mostly candle-lit there wasn't any question I was going to pull out the Canon and a fast prime on a monopod. Later with the dance floor I would be crazy I think to take out the Phase. Even if it had fast glass and great low-light AF it would still be a bit expensive to have around fast moving highly inebriated guests.

    The group formals are an easy choice. I want to shoot medium format for those as my primary camera; larger and better files to play with. I also fired off a few frames with the Canon for additional security. This is my least favorite genre of wedding photography and I consider them a necessary evil.

    The shots in the hair salon were largely experimental. Frankly the hair appointment lasted over an hour and I had the six or seven shots I wanted after only 10 minutes (establishing wide shot, mother/daughter shot, macro hair shot, detail shot, etc). So I pulled out the phase system just to play around. There is also an element of my day job here in that I take pride in knowing the real-world limits of these systems personally - and the only way to get that knowledge is your own personal real-world use. I was really pleased though at what it gave me it terms of feel. The web JPGs don't do much justice to them since grain doesn't down-res especially gracefully, but the full res files should look nice in the album because of their ISO3200 grain (not despite the grain) and really beautiful rendering of the OOF areas.

    The shots of the location as a landscape were another no brainer. I didn't even think about using the Canon.

    The shots of the bride and groom at the front of the ceremony were taken with the Phase after a quick check of the histogram showed it would be really tough to pull a single-exposure Canon file that would decently treat the sunset sky behind them; I try hard to limit flash during the ceremony, and because I really wanted shallow DOF to isolate them against the background the Canon would have had to be set to HSS which, at a distance, is very low in power. Perhaps I could have made the Canon work using some combination of various tricks (e.g. setting lens zoom for 70mm but setting flash to 105mm, using a flash reflector to gain a fraction of a stop at a distance, underexposing strongly and pulling them up via hand drawn mask in post, handholding a 3 frame bracket and HDR'ing in post) I could have gotten the sky in, but with the digital back I simply raised the camera and pushed the shutter release, glanced at the histo and continued on knowing I had the shot I wanted. Bear in mind that I spend many hours in post as it is, so I'm always eager to do anything in camera that is possible (not to mention the inherent quality benefits of getting it right in-camera).

    The milling-about cocktail shots I find very interesting because one (including me) would normally think of Canon (or Leica M, which I don't have) for that kind of shooting. But again, it was a long cocktail hour and a different camera can help you see and visually explore the scene differently (or at least that is my experience with my own photography) and there was enough light (with sensor+) to shoot some with the Phase. I see now I left some of those shots overly green (having done a lot of the editing in the hotel room the morning after), but that aside I really like the look and color from the Phase shots of this part of the evening.

    Side note: here is a 14mm establishing shot of the ceremony with HSS flash set to (I think) 70mm zoom. It's ok, but it feels gimmiky to me.

    Truth be told I'm disappointed I didn't shoot more frames of the ceremony with the Phase. Part of the issue was the organization and rehearsal of the wedding were somewhat abbreviated so I was unsure how much time I had left at any given point and switching cameras takes precious time.

    Overall I shot 60 frames with the Phase and 300 with the Canon. But of my favorite 20 frames nearly half are from the Phase.

    So yeah, basically horses for courses. But a wedding is a very LONG course and has many legs :-). Sometimes it's nice to have two horses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    Max, I would try cropping out the OOF foreground, perhaps just above the central rock. Makes for a bit of a panorama! Love the tones in this.
    Good idea, there is indeed too much foreground. I plan to do a barite print of the image this week.

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    From a recent trip to Montana and Wyoming. Both with the S2.

    Yellowstone, Fishing Cone.




    And this one next to Fishing Cone (sorry, forgot the name).

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    This is a good example of why I need to go back to tech camera with tilt! I'm beginning to consider the options and will mine this forum for valuable info!

    Probably going to be Arca, Alpa or Cambo. Arca presently favoured because I have an excellent dealer in Toronto and tilt is "built in". But more homework is needed.

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    Mamiya ZD with 80mm lens




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    Quote Originally Posted by lukaszpiech View Post
    Mamiya ZD with 80mm lens




    Ahhh... Just what this thread needs! More people shots! and great shots at that! I particularly like number two in the series
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    thanks

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    Colorado State Capital, Denver
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    [QUOTE=lukaszpiech;446056]Mamiya ZD with 80mm lens

    Lukas. Impressive photographs. I like 'em all but the third is my favourite.

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    Morning view from Lake McDonald. There was still a lot of haze from the fires.



    Phase DF/IQ160 Schneider55mm f/11 1/180 ISO50

    Many thanks to Dave Gallagher for airlifting me his personal 55LS to use in Glacier. Returning this morning to shoot with the Cambo.

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    Quebec city, first sunlight.
    Bonus for being out early (besides the great light): No hordes of tourists

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    One with slight HDR processing (from 3 exposures):


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frits View Post
    Quebec city, first sunlight.
    Bonus for being out early (besides the great light): No hordes of tourists


    You certainly did beat the hordes that's for sure. I was there a few weeks back at both the Rabbit restaurant which is just hidden in your shot and also a cafe just to the left at the bottom of those steps.

    I found the old Quebec City a potentially very photogenic location although there was construction work on Castle Frontenac when I was there.

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    Graham:

    looks like Stone street in NYC!

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    Graham,

    What are those strange creatures doing in your landscape?

    Nice handling of difficult lighting, BTW..

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