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    This appears to be an aborted building project. It is located in an industrial park that is miles from much of anything else and has sat untouched for several years. While rife with interesting architectural features and embellishments, it seems to be very much out of place out here.
    Cropped from a single image.
    PhaseOne DF/ P40+/ 28mm f/4.5, ISO 50.
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    Done with a non-Lunar Hasselblad:

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    Mamiya RB67, Mamiya Sekor 90mm and Kodak TMAX 100. I'm really enjoying the workflow of film. Even so much that I have bought my own camera and I've bought a red filter for more dramatic landscapes.

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    Just haven fun with MF. A country road taking me home. This is street photography, central Maine style. Used a series of tilts, swings, and shifts, but not maybe in that order. I have found one second exposures in the car actually sharper handheld than on a tripod. Pentax 645D and DFA 55mm. Can't remember the aperture, but I found DoF not a big factor in sharpness either.



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    RZIID+140/4.5 macro + Credo 40mp


    Anna & Sofia by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr

    Thanks to Doug's team i had chance today to do hand-on test of IQ and Credo.
    I was quite impressed while shooting. Processing files with Capture One delivered interesting impressions/results. Got to sleep on them.
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    Sunrise at Red Creek Cyn Alpine WY DF/IQ160 55mm LS f/2.8 1/200 ISO 50

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    From today:



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    Another view of Lake Erie; 645D 200mm.

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    some really nice light there....

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    Just back from the White Mountain National Forest in NH. Some foliage in Pinkham Notch--the season is just starting.

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    Swift River in moonlight. From this evening from a day trip to the White Mountain National Forest.

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    WOW
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    Some from my last shoot!

    Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID + Mamiya 180mm f/4.5 + Mamiya tilt/shift adapter + Fuji Acros 100 home developed in Rodinal





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    Chicago River

    Cambo IQ180, HR32, two shot stitch

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    very nice ED!
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    First day in 3-weeks that we actually got to see the mountains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    First day in 3-weeks that we actually got to see the mountains.


    Wow! Striking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    some really nice light there....
    Thanks Vincent. That light is not unusual here and I often feel that I have missed a great opportunity,

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    Guanella Pass, Georgetown, CO
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    Vågakallen, Lofoten, Norway.
    Mamiya RB67, 90mm sekor 3.8, Kodak TMax 100. I won't buy TMax again, it was too grainy for me.
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    Mother monkey with baby, Govardhana Hill, India. Hasselblad H4D-50, HC 150N, F11, ISO 50
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fredrick View Post
    Vågakallen, Lofoten, Norway.
    Mamiya RB67, 90mm sekor 3.8, Kodak TMax 100. I won't buy TMax again, it was too grainy for me.
    Great shot indeed! Did you develop it at home or lab!? TMax 100 is a fine grain film, like Fuji Acros 100. IMHO, I believe if it is grainy, it's due to the developer chemical being used!
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    Cambo, iq180, digitar 150, two shots

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan Aqajani View Post
    Great shot indeed! Did you develop it at home or lab!? TMax 100 is a fine grain film, like Fuji Acros 100. IMHO, I believe if it is grainy, it's due to the developer chemical being used!
    Thanks!

    I developed it with FX-39 at my schools darkroom. We have a fully outfitted darkroom, so that is pretty sweet. However the water-temperature might have been of by a few degrees and the FX-39 was pretty old.

    I have bought some ilford pan+f 50 and some rollei 25. I know that the ilford is great as I have used it before, i'm really excited for the rollei though.

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    DM22+carl zeiss 50 2.8 FLE+ringflash

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    Quote Originally Posted by paolo d.j. View Post
    DM22+carl zeiss 50 2.8 FLE+ringflash

    Paolo, beautiful colors of the 3 shots above.
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    Guanella Pass, Georgetown, CO
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    Remember the movie "Shane"? This is the view from that movie.



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    RZIID+Aptus54s+140mm macro


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    Sergei: She's stunning, stunning piece!
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    645DF IQ180 55mm SK LS 1/50 sec @f16 iso 100

    West of Quilpie far Western Queensland - these drums must have been left when the road was first bitumened back in maybe the 60's or 70's (but I am guessing).

    I like the corrugations on the drums because the road would have had really bad corrugations before being sealed.
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    Cherry Creek State Park, CO
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    Quote Originally Posted by pophoto View Post
    Sergei: She's stunning, stunning piece!
    thanks.

    Yes, she photographs fantastically. And yet she is also one of the most self conscious people i ever had in front of me camera.. Go figure

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    Along Upper Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park



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    Rocky Mt. Nat'l Park, Estes Park, CO
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    reminds me of Agfachrome.....

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    This spring I bought a Hartblei 45/3.5 Super Rotator from Graham Welland on this site.
    When I have learnt the technique to use this lens I was surprised how easy it was to use and how sharp it was. I use it with my AFD lll and P45+.
    It is really not healthy for me to use this lens. Way to much fun. Thanks Graham

    So now I am looking at the Arca RL3Di to get a 4x5 camera with shift and tilt without the use of bellows on a windy beach. And with an adapter I use my P45+ on it.
    And when I just want to go digital I just buy Arca RM3D body "fac" sins I already will have “tum” for tilt. And then I just buy... And then... And...

    Is there no end to this madnes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    This spring I bought a Hartblei 45/3.5 Super Rotator from Graham Welland on this site.
    When I have learnt the technique to use this lens I was surprised how easy it was to use and how sharp it was. I use it with my AFD lll and P45+.
    It is really not healthy for me to use this lens. Way to much fun. Thanks Graham

    So now I am looking at the Arca RL3Di to get a 4x5 camera with shift and tilt without the use of bellows on a windy beach. And with an adapter I use my P45+ on it.
    And when I just want to go digital I just buy Arca RM3D body "fac" sins I already will have “tum” for tilt. And then I just buy... And then... And...

    Is there no end to this madnes
    Tilts are addictive when it all comes together. Glad to see that you're enjoying the lens!

    Does the madness end? Not that I've seen ...
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    I allready has a 4x5 and a 8x10 Sinar P camera.
    I can really slap my self silly with all the movements on those cameras.
    But it is not for the windy beaches those big bellows.

    But I suppose it is to early to hope for somebody to have used the new Arca RL3Di?
    This camera with 40 mm something lens and a 65 and 90 mm!
    To much fun i suspect

    So one more AFDlll and Hartblei 45/3.5 x P45+

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    Hi

    one from me, mamiya zd + 80mm lens

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    I allready has a 4x5 and a 8x10 Sinar P camera.
    I can really slap my self silly with all the movements on those cameras.
    But it is not for the windy beaches those big bellows.

    But I suppose it is to early to hope for somebody to have used the new Arca RL3Di?
    This camera with 40 mm something lens and a 65 and 90 mm!
    To much fun i suspect

    So one more AFDlll and Hartblei 45/3.5 x P45+

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    Another from my Chicago portfolio which is a work in progress.

    Cambo, IQ180, 72L, two shot stitch


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    Guanella Pass, Georgetown, CO
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    From a trip to Norway back in 1990. Sinar F2 with 75mm lens, Horseman 6x9 rollfilm holder, Kodak tri-x, scanned with Epson V700.
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    One last in my little collection of shorelines.
    AFDlll, Hartblei 45/3.5 + P45+

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    Cherry Creek State Park, Englewood, CO
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