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    Hi All,

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Pesto, need a little help with that image....

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    This is an image of a very small spider who is living within the lip of an orchid flower growing outside my front door. The lip of the flower is a little less than 1.5 cm. I have been unable to positively identify the little fellow, but believe that it may be one of the "spitting spider" varieties.
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    Aurora Borealis over Lake Superior

    Cambo, IQ180, Sensor+ ISO 1600, 32mm, 30 seconds

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    645DF, IQ180 55mm - a lake full of dead tree ghosts
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I've neglected MF for a while as I've been in the Arctic with my Sony - but here's a shot from yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Aurora Borealis over Lake Superior

    Cambo, IQ180, Sensor+ ISO 1600, 32mm, 30 seconds

    Looking good for iso1600 and 30 seconds. I guess at this time of year the sensor is hardly going to overheat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Aurora Borealis over Lake Superior

    Cambo, IQ180, Sensor+ ISO 1600, 32mm, 30 seconds

    Are you sure that this was a 30s exposure? I shoot a lot of night/twilight exposures and 30s would normally have those stars streaking slightly, especially with such as well known constellation as Ursa Major.
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    Big Island: Saddleback Road, Peeking lava

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    Canon 24mm TS-E, Hartblei HCam, IQ180
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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post


    Canon 24mm TS-E, Hartblei HCam, IQ180
    Good to see some Hartblei HCam images on the thread.
    As we shoot Canon and IQ180 have at times thought about selling my Cambo set up and going with Hartblei -

    Can you give us some idea of what settings were used in your image?


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    why the out of focus portions? at the sides

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post


    645DF, IQ180 55mm - a lake full of dead tree ghosts
    Great image and excellent presentation as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Are you sure that this was a 30s exposure? I shoot a lot of night/twilight exposures and 30s would normally have those stars streaking slightly, especially with such as well known constellation as Ursa Major.
    It is a typo, I meant 20 seconds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    Looking good for iso1600 and 30 seconds. I guess at this time of year the sensor is hardly going to overheat.


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    Took a fair amount of noise reduction and probably need to be a 36" or smaller print to really work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    Good to see some Hartblei HCam images on the thread.
    As we shoot Canon and IQ180 have at times thought about selling my Cambo set up and going with Hartblei -

    Can you give us some idea of what settings were used in your image?


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    Hi Mal - ISO35, f/3.5, 4 seconds, 1mm rise, and a few degrees of vertical swing (can't remember how much - I really do need to start taking notes!).

    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    why the out of focus portions? at the sides
    That'll be the swing. And of course, this is the "fun" with MF images thread

    Kind regards,

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    I should point out that's a crop from the original frame. I'll dig out a full frame sample.
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    Full frame -

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    Back from Scotland. 8 days of rain out of 11.

    Before the rain:

    H4D-40, 50-110 @ 70 mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Great image and excellent presentation as well.
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    Thank you very much, I admire your work but as you can see have made no attempt to copy your style.

    Thanks again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Back from Scotland. 8 days of rain out of 11.

    Before the rain:

    H4D-40, 50-110 @ 70 mm

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    I bet this image looks just brilliant in its full resolution. The graduated tones in the sky and the crip texture of the cut field must be a delight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
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    I bet this image looks just brilliant in its full resolution. The graduated tones in the sky and the crip texture of the cut field must be a delight.

    Mal
    Mal,

    That's why we love MF, isn't it ?
    I'm just in the process ordering this picture in a 80x120 cm version - just for the pleasure to see it in that size :-)

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    Wings over Grand Tetons Phase DF/IQ160 55mm LS f/11 1/160 ISO 50. Very much a work in progress until I can see it on a monitor larger than 17".

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    One of your best so far, congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Back from Scotland. 8 days of rain out of 11.

    Before the rain:

    H4D-40, 50-110 @ 70 mm

    I'll take this day on any trip. I just got back from the UP of Michigan without a decent image for the week. Totally clear sky and stiff breeze killed the whole trip - very frustrating because the color was peak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Wings over Grand Tetons Phase DF/IQ160 55mm LS f/11 1/160 ISO 50. Very much a work in progress until I can see it on a monitor larger than 17".

    Oh yes, I love this. Reminds me of my Antarctic image. Fantastic capture!

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    One from a fashion shoot yesterday, in the field right outside my house... the designer called me and said they wanted a newly cut wheat field for the shoot.. I know just the place I said...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Wings over Grand Tetons Phase DF/IQ160 55mm LS f/11 1/160 ISO 50. Very much a work in progress until I can see it on a monitor larger than 17".

    I mean this as a compliment - as I was scrolling down the thread the clouds were the first to appear on my screen and I went WOW - this is fantastic, what is it. Is it the end feathers of a birds wing in motion?

    Then the full image rolled up and it was even better than expected.


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    Next from Scotland. Somewhere on the Isle of Skye.

    H4D-40, 50-110 @ 70 mm. 1/20 sec. without tripod ...

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    First, I wish to thank everyone for their very kinds comments on "Wings". That image as well as the following were taken yesterday morning at Blacktail Ponds Overlook, Grand Teton National Park, Moose WY.


    Again, Phase One DF/IQ160 55mm LS f/8 1/200 ISO 50

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    Please tell me if I start boring you with my scotland pics ...

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    Good I have the stainless steel version in rainy scotland ...

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    Sneaked this into another thread, but will post here as well.

    Wanted to test out some longer focal lengths on the POAF and IQ180.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Please tell me if I start boring you with my scotland pics ...

    H4D-40, 50-110@ 50 mm.
    Good I have the stainless steel version in rainy scotland ...


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    A couple of weeks ago I dragged myself up at 0130 and collected a friend at her house at 0300 and we set off for lake Ainsworth at Lennox Head (about 90kms south). Lake Ainsworth is a freshwater lake with distinctive tannin-stained waters from the surrounding tea trees which make stunning shots possible when the conditions are right.

    Lake Ainsworth was named after James Ainsworth, Thomas Ainsworth's son. The Ainsworths were one of the first European families to take up land in the region, settling on the North Head of Ballina in 1847. The Lake is situated north of the town and 50 metres behind the dunes.

    We'd hoped for mist rising as we had a few drops of rain the night before but it was not to be. Still achieved some nice images.

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    Not quite sure if it's worthy considering the talent in this thread, but still kind of pleased with it for being a first attempt and having so many variables stacked against making it.

    3 shot stitch at high iso (for a A22-II anyways) long exposure on a floating dock. The goal was to really just get out of the house as well as play with my new geared head...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Please tell me if I start boring you with my scotland pics ...

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    Good I have the stainless steel version in rainy scotland ...

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    For one you are not boring me.

    Next June we are heading over to Scotland, camera in hand so it is good to see some of the country through your eyes.

    Also trying to arrange a few days in Switzerland as the only country in Europe we plan to visit on the next trip.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Colors in the NE US seem to be especially bright this year. Surprising after a very dry summer and leaves that appeared to be simply turning brown. Rain today, which saturates the colors. Honest, I did not touch the saturation slider in ACR.

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    Just got back from the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire. Here is an image of the Swift River.

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    I like it but why was the dome force field disabled, and who took down all the flying ships?
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    That's a spectacular photo, Tsjanik.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Colors in the NE US seem to be especially bright this year. Surprising after a very dry summer and leaves that appeared to be simply turning brown. Rain today, which saturates the colors. Honest, I did not touch the saturation slider in ACR.

    That is a camera that was on LSD.

    Great colour - reminds me of the colouring on sugared popcorn.


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    I finally got a hold of a P25+ for M mount and an PhaseOne AF body with a Mamiya 35 mm AF lens. So here is one of the first pictures taken with this new setup, one of my first MF images ever.. so be gentle

    The picture is from a sand dune in Denmark called Robjergs Mile. Fantastic place, this is taken just as the sun rays touches the blowing sand..

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    Quote Originally Posted by IsakBergwall View Post
    I finally got a hold of a P25+ for M mount and an PhaseOne AF body with a Mamiya 35 mm AF lens. So here is one of the first pictures taken with this new setup, one of my first MF images ever.. so be gentle

    The picture is from a sand dune in Denmark called Robjergs Mile. Fantastic place, this is taken just as the sun rays touches the blowing sand..
    GREAT first capture! Welcome to the MF family!

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    Another one from Yellowstone. S2 with 120 mm on a tripod. Large print looks really cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Colors in the NE US seem to be especially bright this year. Surprising after a very dry summer and leaves that appeared to be simply turning brown. Rain today, which saturates the colors. Honest, I did not touch the saturation slider in ACR.

    The colors are gorgeous! Great work Tom!
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