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    High-Noon on the Alaska Range. If you've been there, you know the spot.

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    Mind-blowing image, that much is certain, but it's also kind of... "angry" for lack of a better word.
    Don't take it as criticism, I think it belongs wall-size in a museum and I'd gladly come and look at it, but I personally wouldn't want something like this framed at home, the same way no one would hang a Van Gogh at home.
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    I want to title this "Cleaning the World". The image says a lot to me, I hope it does to you too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kolor-Pikker View Post
    Mind-blowing image, that much is certain, but it's also kind of... "angry" for lack of a better word.
    Don't take it as criticism, I think it belongs wall-size in a museum and I'd gladly come and look at it, but I personally wouldn't want something like this framed at home, the same way no one would hang a Van Gogh at home.
    Not sure what you mean by "angry" but since this is "Fun with MF" and you mention Van Gogh, I just photographed this Van Gogh inspired sunflower painting by artist Rasa that uses oil as a medium for work that is as much a sculpture as it is a painting. She has a solo exhibition opening this evening in the Hilligoss Gallery on Chicago's Michigan Avenue.



    We are trying to create the feel of her work photographed in gallery lighting and printed using my ultra-glossy, mirror mounted, luminescent technique.



    So perhaps I WILL hang a Van Gogh in my home!
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    I'd certainly hang a Van Gogh in my home if I could afford the insurance for it.

    I suspect it could be an uncalibrated macbook monitor that makes it look angry, they do come off the shelf awfully saturated. The wonderful image doesn't look angry to me, it has more feeling of renewed energy, I'd not feel ashamed to have it in the same room as my Van Gogh.
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    Very nice.

    did you, or did you consider taking portrait shots for stitching?
    The longest lens I had was 150mm but I did take three shots to stitch the same image.

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    I'm liking the new version of C1. The engine is so much better I have been going through a few old image folder playing with images from 5 years ago. The difference is incredible.

    Here is an old P30+ image from the Devil's Garden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Not sure what you mean by "angry" but since this is "Fun with MF" and you mention Van Gogh, I just photographed this Van Gogh inspired sunflower painting by artist Rasa that uses oil as a medium for work that is as much a sculpture as it is a painting. She has a solo exhibition opening this evening in the Hilligoss Gallery on Chicago's Michigan Avenue.
    So perhaps I WILL hang a Van Gogh in my home!
    Yeah, I thought I worded that wrong, don't mind.

    I agree about the monitor, I need to see it from the work one, which is actually calibrated. Can't wait to use latest C1 as well.

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    Aveyron again !



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    Arca f line test with h4d-50 back.

    Really liking this camera but need advice on options which accept wider lenses like the 23mm.

    thoughts and advice always welcomed.
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    Sorry to post it on here but can someone please tell me how to post a picture on these threads? I can't figure it out for the life of me.

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    Arca f line test with h4d-50 back.

    Really liking this camera but need advice on options which accept wider lenses like the 23mm.

    thoughts and advice always welcomed.

    Nice to see an F-line user posting here! Very clean images, always difficult to get clear access for such shots plus bringing order from the chaos. I like these.

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    A bit more intimate landscape
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    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post
    Nice to see an F-line user posting here! Very clean images, always difficult to get clear access for such shots plus bringing order from the chaos. I like these.
    Hi,

    Thanks for the kind words. It's actually a rented camera. I really like it but still need to consider other options. My last experience with view cameras were all with a very old cambo 4x5. It's amazing how small the arca is in comparison.

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    Interior Design Photos. C&C appreciated.

    Just capture one and some profoto.

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    High-Noon on the Alaska Range. If you've been there, you know the spot.

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    Fantastic shot(s)....!
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    burrrrr! It's 90F in Los Angeles today...
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    Dolmen from around 3200 BCE, Tustrup Stone Age Burial Grounds, Denmark.
    The megalithic grave, which were built by Scandinavia's first agricultural society, belong to the oldest class of visible graves in Denmark. This type of burial was widespread during this period and represents a common European heritage.
    This grave, almost 8 meters (26 feet) in diameter and more that 2 meters (6.5 feet) in height, is located on a plateau by a river valley which in the early Neolithic period was a fjord. Since then drops in sea level have retracted the coastline several miles to where it is today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    burrrrr! It's 90F in Los Angeles today...
    Good for you! It's getting warmer today.

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    Just got back from running errands. Fall is winding up here. This is Pleasant Pond in Litchfield, ME. Pentax 645D, 55mm, stitch of vertical frames, handheld.

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    very nice Shashin
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    We don't often see Sun Dogs (parhelion) around here--I caught this just as I was coming home tonight. If you look to each side of the frame at the same altitude of the sun, you will notice a shimmering area. The one on the left is far brighter, but both are there. The one directly above the sun was not visible.

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    [QUOTE=Shashin;462703]We don't often see Sun Dogs (parhelion) around here--I caught this just as I was coming home tonight. If you look to each side of the frame at the same altitude of the sun, you will notice a shimmering area. The one on the left is far brighter, but both are there. The one directly above the sun was not visible.

    Really nice Shashin. You and I won't be seeing any sun dogs, or sun for that matter, for awhile.

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    ahhh, home sweet home!

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    At the right place at the right time.

    Every year for about a week in September the sun has the possibility to light up a part of a valley, close to where I live, in the "right way".
    This photo is from last year. This year no good luck.
    But next year...

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    I want to title this "Cleaning the World". The image says a lot to me, I hope it does to you too.

    RZ Pro IID, IQ160, 110mm @ f11 I think!!
    Man, I love this!

    Without the guys sweeping, it'd be ok but not memorable...He totally makes the shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    Small world! Know her from when she lived in Charleston...
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    Chemin de Compostelles

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    Another shot of Lauren. Reminds me somewhat of Audrey Hepburn for this look..

    First shoot I used my new HC 150 for. I love this lens!


    H2 w/P45+


    Lauren Calaway by RickrPhoto, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    Another shot of Lauren. Reminds me somewhat of Audrey Hepburn for this look..

    First shoot I used my new HC 150 for. I love this lens!


    H2 w/P45+


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    Hi Rick,

    Lovely shot.

    Can you tell me what prompted you to go with the 150mm instead of the 120mm. I'm looking for a good portrait lens and I'm considering either 120 or 150. Currently have the 35-90.

    Any advice on your experiences with these would be great.

    Thanks

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    Markymarkrb,

    Nice fixer-upper. Did you get the listing?
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    Hi Rick,

    Lovely shot.

    Can you tell me what prompted you to go with the 150mm instead of the 120mm. I'm looking for a good portrait lens and I'm considering either 120 or 150. Currently have the 35-90.

    Any advice on your experiences with these would be great.

    Thanks
    Thank you!

    I decided to opt for the 150 for the longer focal length and compression, as well as potential landscape use. Not to mention it is easy to handhold, focuses faster than the 120 macro, and can fill a frame nicely for a headshot.

    I have a 50-110 and felt the 120 was too close to that. Not to mention I got the 150 f3.2 with the 52mm extension tube for $1500 locally with only 10k clicks on the shutter.

    It's also incredibly sharp.

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    I've tested it once but was in low light in a store. I thought the 120 was still a little too close to the 35-90 so had my mind on the 150. Would be nice to see some more samples. I'm still using the d3x for portraiture until I pick up a good hassy portrait solution.

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    The 120 is also noticeably heavier, focuses slower, and is suggested for mostly tripod use. I would say for portraits that the 150 is stellar.
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    That samples is crazy sharp!!! But still holds a natural feel to it. I was recently offered the 150n for 10000uae dirhams which is around 1800 pounds. It had 700 activations on it but I was hoping for a better price.

    What do you think? Deal or no deal.lol....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bahr View Post
    That samples is crazy sharp!!! But still holds a natural feel to it. I was recently offered the 150n for 10000uae dirhams which is around 1800 pounds. It had 700 activations on it but I was hoping for a better price.

    What do you think? Deal or no deal.lol....
    On ebay you can buy them for around $1600-2000 USD easily. If that one only has 700 actuations then that sounds like a good deal.. I put nearly that much on it in 2 shoots… Sounds like new with only 700..

    Also it is INSANELY sharp. I love it!
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    Nice fixer-upper. Did you get the listing?
    Got it! Thanks

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    A really good selection of images posted recently - landscapes, portraits, interiors etc.
    So just to extend a little further a piece of hand made furniture.

    645DF 80mm SK LS lens - focus stacked.

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    I reprocessed this image in C1 7 and it looks a lot better.

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    A photo from this spring.
    It is from one of my favorite places in southern Sweden:
    Söderåsen Nature reserve

    AFDlll, 150mm AF, P45+

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    Cambo AE Rodi 28 mm, 45+
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan Stephens View Post
    I reprocessed this image in C1 7 and it looks a lot better.

    The color and saturation of this reprocessed image is so beautiful and much better than the previous one.

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