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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post


    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.
    Thanks Graham.
    I agree with others that you did a great job dealing with the harsh light (smart use of the window shade!).

    I also observed yesterday that a lot of the photo spots had construction of one sort or another going on. Must be very disappointing for folks traveling from far to visit.
    One thing though: our very tough winters force any construction to be done during the warmer months. Also, once they're done, the place will look that much better (like many do already, following recent improvements).
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    I'm heading south to shoot the keys which got me looking through some images I took during the capture integration event in Miami.

    Two shot stitch, iq180, and Dave's hr70 (I think).

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    Great capture Ed -- that was a magic morning
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    Storm passing Crawford Notch in the White Mountain National Forrest in New Hampshire. Stitched pano with a Pentax 645D and 35mm lens using four vertical frames.

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    [IMG]http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/member...ck-outcrop.jpg[/IMG]

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    Images from a month long trip my wife and I just completed of far Western Queensland on our motorcycle. Well now it is back to work.

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    Thought I'd share this. Phase DF/IQ160 55mm LS f/8 ISO 50 30 seconds



    We've been going strong the past couple days and have decided to just sit back and relax today (of course it helps there's a crappy sky out there).


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    People photography is my thing (and my job)... but sometimes I cant resist....
    H4D-40 50-110 @ 50mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    People photography is my thing (and my job)... but sometimes I cant resist....
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    Stunning fantastic shot, i like the color tone here, even the signature looks like it was there in the scene, good job!!!
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    AFDIII , Aptus54s, 150/2.8MF


    Going 60s by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsskin View Post
    Some H3DII-22 + HC 80/2.8

    There's something so beautiful about this image (Beautiful woman, pregnant, wonderful background, these are the obvious ones, but the way the shot is composed, the lighting, the way the woman is sitting, etc.), I keep coming back to it and tell myself...."I wish there was a Like Twice button!"
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    Unexpected but beautiful


    Quote Originally Posted by pophoto View Post
    There's something so beautiful about this image (Beautiful woman, pregnant, wonderful background, these are the obvious ones, but the way the shot is composed, the lighting, the way the woman is sitting, etc.), I keep coming back to it and tell myself...."I wish there was a Like Twice button!"
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    Met these guys on the way back from shooting sunrise at Lake McDonald. Custom old school hot rods. Thanks to Jacob, Virgil and Joshua of Fat Rat Kustoms, Kalispell MT.


    DF/IQ160 55mm LS f/8 1/200 ISO 50

    Last day in Montana - headed back to Jackson Hole

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Met these guys on the way back from shooting sunrise at Lake McDonald. Custom old school hot rods. Thanks to Jacob, Virgil and Joshua of Fat Rat Kustoms, Kalispell MT.


    DF/IQ160 55mm LS f/8 1/200 ISO 50

    Last day in Montana - headed back to Jackson Hole

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    Real nice, and what characters! but that water colour paper texture just has to go in my brutally honest but well meant opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    People photography is my thing (and my job)... but sometimes I cant resist....
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    Hey where in Norway is this? Is this recent? (I'm thinking of doing fall colors in Möre/romsdal this year, and they seam to have come a long way in your photo (if its not just post process).

    Nice photo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IsakBergwall View Post
    Hey where in Norway is this? Is this recent? (I'm thinking of doing fall colors in Möre/romsdal this year, and they seam to have come a long way in your photo (if its not just post process).

    Nice photo!
    This is on the way from Surnadal to Todal just outside of Nordvikstranda... and was taken this week

    And its not quite autumn colour yet! The sky was really stormy and I saw this pic in my head.. stopped my van, pulled out the tripod and the hassy and took the shot... I later tweaked the colours in Lightroom and Photoshop to match the image in my head

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    My humble contribution to this amazing thread.

    In the middle of the shoot, my card decided to crap out and kept getting card error when shutter speed exceeded 10s... Wanted to go to 30s to drag the vessel a bit more, but oh well.

    Any critiques or constructive comments are always welcomed.

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    Col des Aravis, French Alpes

    H4D50 HC 28 mm

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    Just a quickie from this morning....

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    If you were thinking of going to Mt. Washington over the Labor Day weekend, today was the day. Oddly enough, the drivers having problems on the auto road were from places like Boston, NJ, and NY. Apparently driving like maniacs through city traffic is not as scary as driving 15mph on a country lane. Go figure. Anyway, I just returned and thought I would share. Pentax 645D and 55mm lens.

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    Million Dollars Highway
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    Maconnais (White Wine )

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    Starting an advertising portfolio. Some shots done for a local sunglass shop. No Photoshop, just some slight adjustments in Capture One. C&C greatly appreciated.

    p25+, HTS1.5, 100mm HC f2.2 or 35mm HC f3.5

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    From yesterday. Mt. Washington showing the Alpine Garden trail and Pinkham Notch from below Nelson Crag. This is a quick process of the file--that mountain light can be tricky. Pentax 645D. Stitched panorama, 19,000 x 5,000. But amazing weather.

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    From one of my holiday rolls...
    My trusty Hasselblad 500c/m with 50mm zeis This is a lith print I did in the darkroom.. well scan of and the print barely fitted my scanner...

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    Thanks for the info! I am thinking about going via Lom to the 55 over sognefjellet to turtagrö and back and then continue up to Åndalsnes and maybe take the e137 - 650 - 63 to the top of the trollstigen and then back and down over rondane and Dovre, and when I'm in the åndalsnes region I will probably take a day over to the Surnadal region and the in the second week of october.. Hopefully it will be some colors left and if Im lucky even some fresh snow on the tops


    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    This is on the way from Surnadal to Todal just outside of Nordvikstranda... and was taken this week

    And its not quite autumn colour yet! The sky was really stormy and I saw this pic in my head.. stopped my van, pulled out the tripod and the hassy and took the shot... I later tweaked the colours in Lightroom and Photoshop to match the image in my head

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    Quote Originally Posted by IsakBergwall View Post
    Thanks for the info! I am thinking about going via Lom to the 55 over sognefjellet to turtagrö and back and then continue up to Åndalsnes and maybe take the e137 - 650 - 63 to the top of the trollstigen and then back and down over rondane and Dovre, and when I'm in the åndalsnes region I will probably take a day over to the Surnadal region and the in the second week of october.. Hopefully it will be some colors left and if Im lucky even some fresh snow on the tops
    Well if you are in the area you are welcome to pop into the studio for a chat and a coffee

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    Quote Originally Posted by dizzyg44 View Post
    Just a quickie from this morning....

    Stupid question, but where is this taken? I see the US flag, but it looks very much like an area I photographed years ago in the South of France in the Camargue -- similar bridge and pier. I am guessing it has to be along the Eastern seaboard of the US somewhere?
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    Not a stupid question at all!

    This is was from the Pitt Street Bridge in Mount Pleasant SC looking towards the Arthur Ravenel Bridge downtown Charleston

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    My try at minimalism...

    Quite pleased with the file itself for a 30sec exposure out of a A-II 22 Full Size
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    And one from yesterday...


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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post

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    I'm not into fashion and all that but man I would rock those!

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    Amelia Island?
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    And one from yesterday...


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    Quote Originally Posted by rga View Post
    Amelia Island?
    nope, also from the Pitt Street Bridge looking out towards Sullivans Island SC

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    Quote Originally Posted by dizzyg44 View Post
    I'm not into fashion and all that but man I would rock those!
    Hope the picture and ambiance is what caught your eye

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    From a wedding this summer....
    H4D-40 HCD 28mm and a bit of sun and a bit of profoto light
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    One more from Wyoming (about 50 miles east of Jackson Hole). Leica S2 and 120mm

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    For a change of continents - morning shot of billabong near St George Queensland, Australia.

    IQ180 SK55LS - iso 100, 1 sec at f16 with fill flash.
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    That is a stunner! Wow.

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    I hope to shoot something with MF soon and post here, long time i just watch here and didn't post here, and the mission is really looks impossible to have impressed stunning shots as those you all posted here, will try my best i hope.
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    Horses for courses, eh? Well, I guess this is bringing a Clydesdale to the Belmont.

    I was being a good wedding guest and staying out of the way, until the groom brought out his Graflex. It was well after sunset and getting dark, but the photographer had an LED panel. Not to be outdone (well, ok, only slightly being outdone) on the inappropriate camera front, I brought out the Cambo/IQ140/SK 35XL. Even with ISO 1600 and pixel binning, the pictures were dark, noisy disasters. I would try to make the "MF, even when noisy, has a beautiful character" argument, but naaah.

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    Edit: The picture of the bride prints very nicely at 8x10, and I really like the shot of the bride and groom looking at the polaroids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Horses for courses, eh? Well, I guess this is bringing a Clydesdale to the Belmont.

    I was being a good wedding guest and staying out of the way, until the groom brought out his Graflex. It was well after sunset and getting dark, but the photographer had an LED panel. Not to be outdone (well, ok, only slightly being outdone) on the inappropriate camera front, I brought out the Cambo/IQ140/SK 35XL. Even with ISO 1600 and pixel binning, the pictures were dark, noisy disasters. I would try to make the "MF, even when noisy, has a beautiful character" argument, but naaah. On the other hand, the polaroids from the Graflex didn't come out either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    don't forget that the ONE essential element in Photography is photons. When they are too easy to count, there is hardly any picture.
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    Oh yes indeed. If I'd wanted to get decent pictures I would have taken the Oly OM-D out of the pack and used a lens that opens wider than f/5.6 Instead, I just wanted to join the large dumb camera show. Juvenile, but /shrug.

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