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    I think you have the wrong Pleasant Pond--there are several in Maine. This one is just South of Augusta. I have not been to Lake Moxie. But that is the problem in Maine, which beautiful area do you choose to drive though in order to get to the next one.

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    Indeed, they abound. Our place on Pleasant Lake in Maine is only 35 miles from Portland.

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    LOL. Apparently, there is not a single member that lives in Maine except for me, you just all vacation here.

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    Hi,
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    Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee

    Cambo RS, IQ180, 55mm

    The sort of subject I would love to bust out a big stopper for ;p
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    Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee

    Cambo RS, IQ180, 55mm


    Nice Ed! I recognized that spot immediately before even reading your details! Stopping by Land Between the lakes and Kentucky lake while in the area?

    Brings back memories being from memphis area and hanging out at all the places anywhere but memphis on weekends, especially all the summers out in Hardy....

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    The sort of subject I would love to bust out a big stopper for ;p


    f/16 30 seconds iso 35
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    Quote Originally Posted by dizzyg44 View Post
    Nice Ed! I recognized that spot immediately before even reading your details! Stopping by Land Between the lakes and Kentucky lake while in the area?

    Brings back memories being from memphis area and hanging out at all the places anywhere but memphis on weekends, especially all the summers out in Hardy....
    Just passing through Saturday night and swung by Reelfoot hoping to catch some meteors with cypress silhouettes but it didn't work out.

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    The result of recent venture! 480s exposure!

    Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID + 180mm f/4.5 SB + Mamiya tilt/shift adapter + Fuji Acros 100 in 1+50 Rodinal



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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan Aqajani View Post
    The result of recent venture! 480s exposure!

    Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID + 180mm f/4.5 SB + Mamiya tilt/shift adapter + Fuji Acros 100 in 1+50 Rodinal



    Which filter did you use?

    Can you post a link to that Mamiya t/s adapter?
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    Tareq,

    I used Lee Big Stopper, 0.9 ND and 0.9 Grad ND filter. The tilt/shift adapter is this one Mamiya 212520 RZ67 Tilt / Shift Adaptr for RZ Lenses 212-520
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan Aqajani View Post
    Tareq,

    I used Lee Big Stopper, 0.9 ND and 0.9 Grad ND filter. The tilt/shift adapter is this one Mamiya 212520 RZ67 Tilt / Shift Adaptr for RZ Lenses 212-520
    Thanks!

    Good, i have that Big stopper, but which brand of ND/GND you have, LEE as well or Hitech or another?

    thanks again for the adapter link, i may try to do the same with my RZ as you did sooner or later, keep posting your amazing film shots!!!
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    Thanks!

    Good, i have that Big stopper, but which brand of ND/GND you have, LEE as well or Hitech or another?

    thanks again for the adapter link, i may try to do the same with my RZ as you did sooner or later, keep posting your amazing film shots!!!
    All Lee filters, both Big Stopper and 0.9 ND are glass and 0.9 Grad ND is resin!

    Yeah, I waited for quite a long time to get used one in very good condition and good price! I purchased mine used from KEH for around $800 if I remember correctly! Now, saving for a 75mm f/4.5 SB
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    You would understand that feeling when a new lens turns up in the mail - in this case a Mamiya 150mm lens. So off to give it a test drive. Here is the image that resulted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan Aqajani View Post
    All Lee filters, both Big Stopper and 0.9 ND are glass and 0.9 Grad ND is resin!

    Yeah, I waited for quite a long time to get used one in very good condition and good price! I purchased mine used from KEH for around $800 if I remember correctly! Now, saving for a 75mm f/4.5 SB
    Ah ok, then i have to replace my GND Hitech to LEE better, i have one LEE ND, filters are essentials these days for outdoor and landscapes mostly, used them since 2006, but LEE only since 2010 and i just got my LEE big stopper this year from a local store, i will buy from them some GNDs if so.

    About the adapter, you are right, it is heck so expensive, i may save and go with Hasselblad HTS adapter over this one, but this Mamiya adapter will have it use as i really like RZ camera, but do you see it as a great option to use in applications that need T/S adjustment???
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    Some late color near my home

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    RZPROIID, 110mm

    After seeing Mal's wonderous image, I might try to spice this up a little.
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    H4D-60, HCD28
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    H4D-60, HC80, all ISO 800, no NR, natural light only
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    I have to work with my daughters more often, they are photogenic for me now and more listening than when they were in 3-6yo.

    I would like to hear comments so i can improve my shooting with daughters and portraiture.
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    Apart from the fact you like to center your daughter in the frame, at least with these images, I would just have fun and get some experience. Half the problems in portraiture is the relationship with your model. Then you just work and try things. Sooner or later your style/approach will manifest itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Apart from the fact you like to center your daughter in the frame, at least with these images, I would just have fun and get some experience. Half the problems in portraiture is the relationship with your model. Then you just work and try things. Sooner or later your style/approach will manifest itself.
    I understand that the expressions in portraits is what give it a go, and the relationship is sure important, but with my daughter i try to keep her with natural attitude/behave, i can order her to pose for me in different ways but then she may not feel happy, but i try to make her happy so she can pose for me at any time i ask her without difficulties.

    What about lighting? what you will do and don't? what improvements you can add? I am not good with photoshop at all.
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    H4D-60, HC80
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    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post


    RZPROIID, 110mm

    After seeing Mal's wonderous image, I might try to spice this up a little.
    Thanks for the compliment. I like this forum because there is a range of different styles and of course always a travellers delight of different locations to consider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    H4D-60, HC80, all ISO 800, no NR, natural light only
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    I like a portrait to tell me about a person rather than just maintain a controlled mask.

    What excites your daughter, what makes her thoughtful?
    Is she always aiming to please or is she hard working by nature?
    Where does she like to go?
    Does she learn by listening or is it more about seeing what to do and then having a go?

    My daughter is a treasure as is my grandaughter - but they live far away.
    Enjoy this most wonderful time while you have the time together.

    Regards


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    Bland subject (I like that! ;-), but by stitching together 3 Hasselblad CFV-50 images (49.1 x 36.8mm Kodak KAF-50100 sensor) to form a 60Mpx square image (that would ~correspond to a 49x49mm sensor), I get an image closer to the classical 6x6 look and feel, but with almost large format sharpness.

    down sampled to 1600^2 px


    Hasselblad 500C/M with CFV-50 digital back (at ISO 50), Zeiss Planar CF T* 80mm lens (at f/5.6); 3 images stitch. ACR 7.2 development (no color saturation change nor "clarity" increase), stitch (with clone tool only!) + crop + fake film black frame addition (6x6 nostalgia ;-) performed with PS CS6.
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    Great picture. I've dreamed about doing this same thing but using a Flexbody. Like I said, just dreaming. I want to see more like this please!
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    Quote Originally Posted by edouard View Post
    Bland subject (I like that! ;-), but by stitching together 3 Hasselblad CFV-50 images (49.1 x 36.8mm Kodak KAF-50100 sensor) to form a 60Mpx square image (that would ~correspond to a 49x49mm sensor), I get an image closer to the classical 6x6 look and feel, but with almost large format sharpness.

    down sampled to 1600^2 px


    Hasselblad 500C/M with CFV-50 digital back (at ISO 50), Zeiss Planar CF T* 80mm lens (at f/5.6); 3 images stitch. ACR 7.2 development (no color saturation change nor unsharp mask / clarity), cropped + fake film black frame added (6x6 nostalgia ;-) with PS CS6

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    what is a flex body?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    what is a flex body?
    Hasselblad Flexbody - the camera with back raise/fall and tilt
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    Thanks. So much to learn...

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    do you see it as a great option to use in applications that need T/S adjustment???
    So far, I have only used it with 180mm f/4.5 SB and have experienced benefits of having tilt/shift option for landscape/long exposure shots so I'd love to keep it and save more to get 75mm f/4.5 Sb lens as well. When I get that lens, I think I would just take these two lenses when I am going out to shoot long exposures!
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    I am not too sure about this one, however I post it here to get your opinion!?

    480s exposure!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uaiomex View Post
    Great picture. I've dreamed about doing this same thing but using a Flexbody. Like I said, just dreaming. I want to see more like this please!
    Eduardo
    Flexbody! ... moving the body instead of moving the whole camera, good idea! I could just use rise and fall movements to get the up & down extra images...

    Do the Zeiss lenses for Hasselblad V have an image circle large enough to "cover"/support such (small) rise and fall movements? ... ... in my case: yes, as I anyway use a 49x37mm crop sensor, it would be like just "scanning" different parts of the full 6x6 frame with my small sensor ... but focusing doesn't look easy with flexbody isn't it?

    In fact I should use the tilt/shift adaptor ? (would be the same, just moving the lens instead of the back, still without moving the camera position on the tripod)

    thanks for the great idea
    (before that I was thinking of using "extension bars" to set the rotation center over the lens, like with pano photo ;-) to get rid of the stitch-images-with-different-perspectives problem)
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    Quote Originally Posted by edouard View Post
    Flexbody! ... moving the body instead of moving the whole camera, good idea! I could just use rise and fall movements to get the up & down extra images...

    Do the Zeiss lenses for Hasselblad V have an image circle large enough to "cover"/support such (small) rise and fall movements? ... ... in my case: yes, as I anyway use a 49x37mm crop sensor, it would be like just "scanning" different parts of the full 6x6 frame with my small sensor ... but focusing doesn't look easy with flexbody isn't it?

    In fact I should use the tilt/shift adaptor ? (would be the same, just moving the lens instead of the back, still without moving the camera position on the tripod)

    thanks for the great idea
    (before that I was thinking of using "extension bars" to set the rotation center over the lens, like with pano photo ;-) to get rid of the stitch-images-with-different-perspectives problem)

    in fact there is no tilt/shift adaptor for Hasselblad V !? (so flexbody is the only solution to make movements... or switch to a technical cam)
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    Not sure if I posted previously... my specs
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    High-Noon on the Alaska Range. If you've been there, you know the spot.

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    Ed,

    That may in fact be the best landscape I have seen here. I would love that image on my wall!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    Ed,

    That may in fact be the best landscape I have seen here. I would love that image on my wall!!!
    That is a wonderful complement. Thank you very much.

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    Aveyron France



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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    High-Noon on the Alaska Range. If you've been there, you know the spot.

    Cambo, P65+, 72L

    This is absolutely beautiful. I love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    Ed,

    That may in fact be the best landscape I have seen here. I would love that image on my wall!!!
    I second that comment!
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    Lake Erie is at a very low water level; these rocks, likely washed down by an ice dam break as the glaciers receded have not been above water for many years.
    645D, 200mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    This is absolutely beautiful. I love it.
    This isn't beautiful, this is an absolute BEAST! I'm in love!
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    Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID + Fuji Acros 100 in Rodinal 1+50 + Lee Big Stopper, Lee 0.9 ND + Lee 0.9 Grad ND

    480s exposure! Mamiya 180mm f/4.5 SB with tilt/shift adapter




    120s exposure!Mamiya 50mm f/4.5 ULD


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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
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    You're welcome "tocayo".
    Back in the film days (when I could afford medium format photography) I played a lot with CF Hasselblad lenses on field cameras fitted with 6X9 roll film holders and even 4X5 sheet film.

    If I recall well, all CF lenses project a circle a few mm's outside the 55X55mm square of the Hasselblad V film backs. All lenses, especially large format lenses increase usable image circle by stopping down. CF lenses not so much though. The CF40mm is the lens with the smallest circle barely covering the 55mm square.

    I've never owned a Flexbody but after using view and field cameras I'm sure it's way easier. As a matter of fact, I used a Tachihara field camera fitted with a home-made back for the Hasselblad A12 backs. I bought a screen adapter fitted with an Acute-Matte. This adapters were meant to be used with Hasselblad's SWC cameras. I also bought the reflex finder for it. Even on the Tachihara, focusing was a breeze.

    To use a Flexbody for stitching must be super awesome because you move the back up&down, not the lens. This is the safest way to avoid parallelism problems when photographing near and far objects in the same view. Since PS CS4, the Photomerge plug-in does a fantastic job avoiding parallelism problems by intrinsic cut-offs but sometimes all fails and you have to fix problems by hand.
    A wet dream is a Flexbody with a Leaf 56X36 back to stitch 2 frames for fast, perfect and easy 56X56 squares! I know, it is a fetish, but so what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by edouard View Post
    Flexbody! ... moving the body instead of moving the whole camera, good idea! I could just use rise and fall movements to get the up & down extra images...

    Do the Zeiss lenses for Hasselblad V have an image circle large enough to "cover"/support such (small) rise and fall movements? ... ... in my case: yes, as I anyway use a 49x37mm crop sensor, it would be like just "scanning" different parts of the full 6x6 frame with my small sensor ... but focusing doesn't look easy with flexbody isn't it?

    In fact I should use the tilt/shift adaptor ? (would be the same, just moving the lens instead of the back, still without moving the camera position on the tripod)

    thanks for the great idea
    (before that I was thinking of using "extension bars" to set the rotation center over the lens, like with pano photo ;-) to get rid of the stitch-images-with-different-perspectives problem)
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    High-Noon on the Alaska Range. If you've been there, you know the spot.

    Cambo, P65+, 72L

    Masterful landscape!!!
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    I second that comment!
    I do also !
    Now I want to go there, I need more information about this location

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Jérôme , no Rain this time ? Great Image .
    Thanks

    I wanted to take some picture in the National Park in France (after all, that's not far from Lyon where I live), and I'm stopped by rain and snow !!!

    (and a terrible pain in the back that stop me also, I don't dare to carry my heavy backpack !)

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    High-Noon on the Alaska Range. If you've been there, you know the spot.

    Cambo, P65+, 72L

    Very nice.

    This is the king of photograph that many people would want to print 8 feet wide - did you, or did you consider taking portrait shots for stitching?

    The composition is great, but I would have wanted to take an alternative version in portrait orientation, including the pond, sky, biggest peak and what might be a glacier... using a 200mm or 300mm lens.
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