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    From another Swedish nature reserve, Omberg

    AFDlll, 50mm shift, P45+

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    Mamiya RB67, 90mm Seikor and Kodak Ektar. I like this film very much. Unfortunately I destroyed half of the roll while developing in a Jobo Autolab 1000. I think I might send my next rolls to the pros, since I have no control over the zone system with colours anyway.

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    From this morning testing the ZD and the 150 3.5 AF lens
    I love the creamy bokeh!

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    Last color in western New York

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    More praises for C1 V7, the differences in IQ and handling of extreme exposures is incredible.

    P65+, SK35, ISO 50, 1 exposure

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    I am quite impressed with the new engine. Perhaps the best software ever.

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    Such a gloomy day in Melbourne!

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    240s exposure - Mamiya Rz67 Pro IID + Mamiya 50mm f/4.5 ULD + Fuji Acros 100 in 1+50 Rodinal + Lee Big Stopper + Lee 0.9 ND + Lee 0.9 Grad ND

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    Yosemite National Park, CA
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    RZIID + Mamiya ZD

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    Amber: headshot by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr

    actual targeted shot (one of two, second one is still under review)
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    More praises for C1 V7, the differences in IQ and handling of extreme exposures is incredible.

    P65+, SK35, ISO 50, 1 exposure

    I prefer the color version but this photograph is being published in an architecture book as a black and white. Curious which version fellow DPIers prefer.


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    Both are great, Ed. I think I prefer the b/w, however. The color distracts my eye from the architecture.
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    In their own way, each is a technically and artistically beautiful image; but were I to choose one for a wall in my home it would be the black and white.
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    Ed How does it look with just the cyan channel's saturation pulled right back - its the seat covers that I find just a bit too strong, as I like the cool filtered greens from outside.

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    I prefer the color as it brings in the fact it is in a forest, which seems to be the point of the design. The b&W is nice, but emphasizes the structure making the world outside is rather irrelevant. But I could be wrong...
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    Ed, the color image really reveals the openness and sense of the outside; but, like Mal, I really dislike the color of the seats. Black would have been a better choice; the B&W image does remove that problem, but seems less open.

    Mal, have you finished the Act of Creation? I received that book as a graduation present many years ago and loved it. I still remember the puzzle about a monk traveling up a mountain path one day and down the next - is he ever at the same point on the path at the same time of day?

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    PS Shashin posted while I was composing, seems we agree on the effect of B&W
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    Thanks for the pointers. The seats are a little hot but I have to be careful because it is a signature feature of this local chapel designed by architect Fay Jones. I backed it off a bit as suggested and agree it looks better.

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    I did these two photos some months ago while visiting Grampains, Victoria. Later, I decided to merge them and now I have a 55x24" print ready to hang on my living room wall!

    Mamiya Rz67 Pro IID + Mamiya 50mm f/4.5 ULD + Fuji Acros 100 + Lee Big Stopper + Lee 0.9 ND + Lee 0.9 Grad ND


    And here is a crappy iPhone shot of the actual print made on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag in the frame shop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    I prefer the color version but this photograph is being published in an architecture book as a black and white. Curious which version fellow DPIers
    Silly question, Ed! Of course I like them both!
    The B&W version, naturally puts more emphasis on the lines, and the symmetrical relationships that contrast the woods outside, I have to say you have it controlled very nicely.

    The color is true to what you said, there is no way we would know the vibrant blue of the chapel. It's a striking accent that helps the harmony of the complex beams above and natural organic beauty outdoors, if anything, you done justice to both conversions I'd say!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan Aqajani View Post
    Such a gloomy day in Melbourne!

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    240s exposure - Mamiya Rz67 Pro IID + Mamiya 50mm f/4.5 ULD + Fuji Acros 100 in 1+50 Rodinal + Lee Big Stopper + Lee 0.9 ND + Lee 0.9 Grad ND

    Go Elwood! My old stomping ground, how I miss you

    Nice pics
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    Hasselblad H4D-40; HCD 35-90mm; Lee 0.6 GND
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    Summit Lake; Mount Evans; Idaho Springs; CO
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    Single shot; No HDR or tone mapping ( haven't used for many years).
    What I've learned is "just the light", not a camera, not a lens or digital back. Basically, it's just luck, sleep deprivation and bad dinners!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Basically, it's just luck, sleep deprivation and bad dinners!
    Ahh, the glamour of photography...


    (I wish I thought of that for my signature.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Ahh, the glamour of photography...


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    Thanks my friend! I've really meant it!
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    And so true...

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    Summit Lake; Mount Evans; Idaho Springs; CO
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    Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO
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    Trail Ridge Road, Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, CO
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    Sprague Lake; Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, CO
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    Close to home.

    AFDlll, 150mm af, P45+

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    Sprague Lake; Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, CO
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    Loving your H4D-40 shots. Nice work! Quick question. I have a H3d-31 and I was wondering what your filter setup was for your Lee filters. What are you using to actually attach the filters to the lenses, and what size filters are you using?

    Thanks!

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    Thanks gme2815!
    For your H3D-31, you can use Lee adapter ring (95mm for both HCD 28mm and HCD 35-90mm; 67mm for HC 80mm; 77mm for HC 150mm) with Lee filter Holder which can hold both square and rectangle filters (Lee or HiTech). You should not have any problem with vignette.
    Unfortunately for H4D-40 (if you want to upgrade in the future), the 95mm adapter ring is not a wide angle adapter, therefore, it causes vignette. You have to use either push-on Lee filter holder (special holder) or Cokin X-Pro filter with the HCD 28mm and 35-90mm. Sometimes I just held a filter with my hand.
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    I hope I'm not making you guys bored with my long exposure photos :sleep006: Will upload some portrait very soon

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    Mamiya 6, 150mm
    Way to old porta film from the bottom of the freezer.
    But dont remember what type of porta...

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    Arayan,

    Really loved the Grampians. I have been there and loved that area.
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    Taken this AM at Kenosha Pass, Fairplay, CO. 10, 000 ft elevation. It was 17 degree !!!
    Phase One DF, IQ 180, SK 150mm, Stitching with minor side crop to a 624 format, ~ 2GB TIFF file size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
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    Really loved the Grampians. I have been there and loved that area.
    Thank you so much Vincent, sure it is a lovely area
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    120s exposure - Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID + Mamiya 50mm f/4.5 ULD + Mamiya+ Fuji Acros 100 + Lee Big Stopper + Lee 0.9 ND

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    Aryan...Love the light and composition. Great work!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I canít decide between two versions of an image, so I thought to ask the collective wisdom on this forum. The first image is a single exposure in portrait orientation; the second is a merge of two exposures, including the first which renders a landscape orientation. Everything is the image is horizontal and yet I seem to prefer the portrait version. Any thoughts?

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    Aftermath of Sandy in my neighborhood in Queens, NY.. all shot with Pentax 645D w/ FA35 lens..

















    thanks for looking.. any comments appreciate..
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    [QUOTE=tsjanik;464590]I canít decide between two versions of an image, so I thought to ask the collective wisdom on this forum. The first image is a single exposure in portrait orientation; the second is a merge of two exposures, including the first which renders a landscape orientation. Everything is the image is horizontal and yet I seem to prefer the portrait version. Any thoughts?

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    Tom, I like them both - very hard choice but for a large print I'd go with Landscape orientation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acarlay View Post
    Aftermath of Sandy in my neighborhood in Queens, NY.. all shot with Pentax 645D w/ FA35 lens..

    thanks for looking.. any comments appreciate..
    Nice set of images... too bad you had to go through that (Sandy) to get them. Glad you're ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Aryan...Love the light and composition. Great work!
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    Thank you so much I wish I could get all those lines perfectly straight however, that was the best I could get with a normal wide lens!
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    Quote Originally Posted by acarlay View Post
    Aftermath of Sandy in my neighborhood in Queens, NY.. all shot with Pentax 645D w/ FA35 lens..
    thanks for looking.. any comments appreciate..
    WOW, this is very devastating! Hope all those affected people get back to their normal life as soon as possible.
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    yeah Sandy caused havoc to the city especially w/ lost of power and limited gas supply.. but everything is coming back together albeit slowly..

    anyway quick portrait pentax 645D w 45-85 at 4.5

    I'm in love with the colors of the 645D especially with skin tones.. out of the box, it's subtle and lifelike and very little needs to be done. the only hurdle is post processing as images from 645D tend to be on the dark side but i kinda like that..



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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I canít decide between two versions of an image, so I thought to ask the collective wisdom on this forum. The first image is a single exposure in portrait orientation; the second is a merge of two exposures, including the first which renders a landscape orientation. Everything is the image is horizontal and yet I seem to prefer the portrait version. Any thoughts?

    Thanks,

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    Tough call. Both are fine images. I would lean to the portrait as it balances the land, beach, and water. The sky is also evenly illuminated and so the relationship to the land below is nicer.

    The landscape has a different feel. There it is more about the water off the beach. The sky is also indicating where the sun is going down, which is not in the frame. The framing here is just a tad more familiar and expected, which is why I think I like the portrait.
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