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    _IGP7150Step3sRGBSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    GX680IIIs with 125mm f/3.2 on Fuji Acros 100



    GX680IIIs with 65mm f/5.6 on Acros 100

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    Quebec city boardwalk after a refreshing early morning rain shower.
    (Hasselblad H1 / Phase One P25+)


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    Frits:
    nice shot, really captures the mood well and the near-far focus works to draw you in

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    Matt:
    those are nice captures, technical details be damned!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    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.
    sounds like a good enough reason to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    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.
    But that is just it--they won't ever see your pictures, but they will remember that camera! It is not whether you know what you are doing, but whether you look like you know what you are doing. And if they do see your pictures, then you explain that you use noise creatively.

    Then all you need is to dress in black and grow a pony tail...

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    Alas, I'm too closely related to the happy couple. To make matters worse, the bride and groom are both photo professionals, and the bride's mother (my step-mother-in-law) ran a photo gallery in NYC in the 70's and 80's. There's just no way I can fool any of them.

    I'll consider the pony tail, though.

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    05.30 in the morning, and the monk came out, wondering what I was doing with that big thing on a tripod outside his temple. I said I was waiting to take his portrait

    GX680 and Acros again

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    +1, though he seems unconvinced.

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    Lots of good images; my day job has been keeping me from photography. Got this in my backyard. 645D, 400mm (AF).

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    Same place as my last post, same rock, different day.

    Pentax 645D
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    Pentax 645D
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    Quote Originally Posted by SYGTAFOTO View Post
    Same place as my last post, same rock, different day.

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    Very cool photo, Scott. Even though the lighting is easy to understand, it seems almost unreal.
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    and back from trip...

    RZIID + 50/4.5 + Aptus 54s, stitched.

    couple for shots (yes, i just got home from trip, but adrenalin still pumping after driving through 3k miles.. so i cant sleep yet)


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    Colorado 2012 by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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    PS: if you guys want to catch fall colours - now is the time (as in this weekend or next, imho). Dunno about northeast corner of Colorado, but south of rockies and NM are starting to go at 7k+ feet and higher - sunnyside slopes..)

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    After 800 years, overgrown by jungle, looting, war, genocide... it's still there. Banteay Chhmar is an amazing place in the middle of nowhere.

    GX680IIIs with 65mm f/5.6 and Acros 100

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    and back from trip...

    RZIID + 50/4.5 + Aptus 54s, stitched.

    couple for shots (yes, i just got home from trip, but adrenalin still pumping after driving through 3k miles.. so i cant sleep yet)


    Colorado 2012 by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
    Sergei

    This is a wonderful pano .
    I love the colors in the slope , especially the "red mountain" .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Fairy Wings - Phase One DF/IQ160 Mamiya 120



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    Mamiya 645AFD II + Mamiya Sekor C 80mm f/1.9 N with Ilford Delta 100. Shot at 1/125s, f/1.9. One beauty dish with grid (on her) and one reflector with 5 degree grid (on the background).

    Keeping film photography and printing alive!
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    Love this one, Don.

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    Only whats included in the photo:
    Pro-8a
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    Mola Demi (not shown in photo)
    Water

    P25+ , 35mm HC, HTS 1.5

    No photoshop, No editing, just reality and profoto's beautiful light



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    Away from my usual stuff. Book cover (2nd book by the hand of this guitar player).

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    Rocky Mt. Nat'l Park, Estes Park, CO
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Lots of good images; my day job has been keeping me from photography. Got this in my backyard. 645D, 400mm (AF).

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    Breathtaking that you got this with MF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Sergei

    This is a wonderful pano .
    I love the colors in the slope , especially the "red mountain" .
    *thank you I am still in process of developing film from that trip... we shal see what larger format can do )

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    Yo! This is Sara. Hope you like it ...

    H4D-40, HC [email protected]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Breathtaking that you got this with MF.
    Thanks Ben. I can’t take too much credit, the 645D really handles much like a large DSLR - not surprising in that many aspects of the camera are derived from Pentax’s 35mm cameras. I find the AF very accurate and I don’t think I could have gotten this shot using manual focus, at least not without a lot of patience

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    While waiting for the fall color to show up and the smoke to go away I've been playing/testing the IQ160 and 55mm LS. Jackson Lake dam is one of the very few that I can think of that I could get this close without having everyone panties get in a bunch.



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    Don - how are you enjoying the 55LS? It's almost my lens cap on my DF.

    There's something special about the rendering and I just wish that Schneider would come up with something wider!

    btw, that's the first shot I've seen of the dam that actually makes it look like a real dam!
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    Don what kind of ND did you use on the second shot? The color looks good.

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    IQ180, HR23

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Don what kind of ND did you use on the second shot? The color looks good.
    Ed - B+W 72mm 3.0ND MRC 110M (10 stop) filter. This fits my SK35mm on the Cambo as well as the 55 and 55 on the DF. I also have a smaller one that fits my 72 and 120 for the Cambo. I use this to fog water and catch sunsets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Don - how are you enjoying the 55LS? It's almost my lens cap on my DF.

    There's something special about the rendering and I just wish that Schneider would come up with something wider!

    btw, that's the first shot I've seen of the dam that actually makes it look like a real dam!
    Graham - I'm loving the 55 (almost too much). I've kept it on the DF only switching when I needed a longer reach. I agree with you that it is a special lens and just love what I've been seeing with it.

    Don't remember if I mentioned it or not however the lens belongs to Dave Gallagher who was kind enough to lend it to me to test and evaluate. The hardest part will be having to send it back to him as I'm ready to buy it. Just decided that I'll keep it with me and if he wants it back he needs to come out here and find me.

    Also agree that this are best show the dam and the spillway into the snake river surprised I could get as close as I did (actually I could of gotten closer but liked the view from where I was).


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    H4d-50 and 100 2.2.....
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    [email protected] 4 by mikedotephoto, on Flickr

    I did a test shoot this Friday, with a lot of adversity in terms of the production of the shoot. The end result ended up being my best fashion shoot to date.

    More photos and information from this shoot here:

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    1964 Borolo. A shot from a large series of rare wines. Has been masked onto a new white background for catalogue purposes. H4D-40 w/100mm. Stripbox to camera left and small square softbox upper right just out of frame.
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    1964 Borolo. A shot from a large series of rare wines. Has been masked onto a new white background for catalogue purposes. H4D-40 w/100mm. Stripbox to camera left and small square softbox upper right just out of frame.
    Excellent work, Jay. (I very much enjoyed your website, btw.)

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    Albion Falls
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    Black Sands Basin, Yellowstone Nat'l Park, DF/IQ160 55LS f/11 1/160 ISO50. Returning later on with the Cambo.



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    one from today....
    H4D-40 / hc50-110 1/800 for main subject 1/90 and a flick for the ball... profoto lighting
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    and I stil dont do landscapes

    H4D-40 / 80mm

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    S2, 180mm--these animals are really not pretty

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    Quote Originally Posted by GMB View Post
    S2, 180mm--these animals are really not pretty
    In addition to not being pretty, they also have some anger management issues. I can also attest to their lack of nasal hygiene, or rather a buddy of mine can - we were shooting in Yellowstone and he left his camera bag open on the ground which was of great interest to a young bull who promptly snorted mucus all over his gear! (well, it was funny for me because it wasn't my bag)

    Love the OOF rendering. Those Leica folks are on to something ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMB View Post
    ...these animals are really not pretty
    How would you look if you lived outside all the time and only fed on grass?

    Beautiful image. (BTW, you cannot do wildlife with MFD, just to let you know. )
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