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    A fall cliché from Townsend, TN. I'm a sucker for these scenes.



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    Some Shots for a jewelry designer in Paris. Denaive.

    Can't explain how much I enjoy Capture One 7! It has made a huge difference in our work

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    Foggy (but not windy) day on the Roaring Fork Nature Trail in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park



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    Mamiya 6, 150mm
    Porta of some kind.

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    Shot a nice beauty set yesterday in the studio. I absolutely love the HC 150 f3.2.


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    Downtown San Diego, CA
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    Some Shots for a jewelry designer in Paris. Denaive.
    Is this the finished visual for the brand ?

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Sunset wasn't too spectacular tonight, but kind of like how this one turned out. Phase DF/IQ180 with Phase 28mm, .8 sec at f/20, ISO 35



    Here's another one from a few nights ago when the vog was strong, 28mm, 1/13th at f/20, ISO 35

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    Shot at Monument Valley, with Jack and Chris. IQ180, 645DF+, SK 28 LS @ f/5.6 0.1sec, ISO 35.
    And with a few tweaks in Capture One 7.
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    Decided to spend a couple of nights in Hana - too far to drive to get sunrise and sunset shots. Scouted the black sand beach for sunrise and ended up getting a couple of things I like. This one with PhaseDF/IQ180, Phase 28mm 1 sec. at f/20.



    Found this nice little waterfall on the way here ... this with 75-150 at 75mm, 1.3 secs at f/14
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    Early morning in Monument Valley @ the "Totempole". IQ180, DF+, 45mm f/4.5, ISO 35.



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    A nice image from PODAS @ Page, AZ 28mm LS.



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    just some dust to remove in the sky and it'll be a perfect postcard (though déjà-vu).

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    just some dust to remove in the sky and it'll be a perfect postcard (though déjà-vu).
    Done.

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    very nice picture.

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    AFDIII+80/1.9N+Aptus 54s


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    Some fall cliche. All from today with the S2 and the 35 mm (1, 3, and 4) and the 70 mm (2).







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    Love the fall shots! Doesn't get like that around my neck of the woods..

    Another from my last shoot:


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    Some recent portraits of a friend. One light in a BD, H4D-40, 100/2.2 at ISO100. Client wanted something classical and something 'artsy'








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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    Shot a nice beauty set yesterday in the studio. I absolutely love the HC 150 f3.2.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    Love the fall shots! Doesn't get like that around my neck of the woods..

    Another from my last shoot:


    Tatiana Retro by RickrPhoto, on Flickr
    Every time I see photos like these I keep imagining the model enthusiastically saying "My skin feels like plastic!"

    ...

    For those that don't get the reference: Fotoshop by Adobé - YouTube

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    Another 3 images stitch (first was http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/461891-post10277.html) to form an image covering ~ a full 6x6 frame with a CFV-50 <6x4.5 sensor.

    Hunt day near Naz-Dessous (Ain, France)



    Hasselblad 500C/M with CFV-50 digital back (at ISO 50), Zeiss Distagon C T* 50mm lens (at f/8), 2sec exposure. 3 images stitch. ACR 7.2 development (color saturation reduced!), cropped + fake film black frame added (6x6 nostalgia ;-) with PS CS6
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kolor-Pikker View Post
    Every time I see photos like these I keep imagining the model enthusiastically saying "My skin feels like plastic!"

    ...

    For those that don't get the reference: Fotoshop by Adobé - YouTube
    Yet it's the plastic look they want!

    Another from the same series:


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    Volubilis, Morrocco

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    Volubilis, Morrocco

    Volubilis is a roman city ! A very romantic place


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    Yesterday in the Canadian Rockies. IQ180, 80 mm LS

    Mount Rundle.

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    That's a winner, Bill!

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    The last day of PODAS we got into Lower Antelope slot canyon. It was very crowded and I only had a few chances to shoot, but managed a "mini portfolio" of images from that session. Here are a few examples. All of these were shot with the IQ180, DF+ and 45mm lens:










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    Nice late autumn palette from lower antelope Jack. I prefer the more subdued colors of the canyon this time of the year.

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    Well done , Jack. One of these days i will visit it too

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
    Volubilis, Morrocco

    I love this - very moody. Almost like a film set but none the less a great shot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    The last day of PODAS we got into Lower Antelope slot canyon. It was very crowded and I only had a few chances to shoot, but managed a "mini portfolio" of images from that session. Here are a few examples. All of these were shot with the IQ180, DF+ and 45mm lens:
    Very nice Jack. Were these processed in C7? Cheers...

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    Nice stuff, Jack!

    Mono Lake sunrise. I have since heard that sunset are more dramatic. May be next year :-/

    (view large here: http://richardmanphoto.com/PICS/20121109-Scanned-46.jpg)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Yesterday in the Canadian Rockies. IQ180, 80 mm LS

    Mount Rundle.

    Remarkable!!!!

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    Nice series, Jack. I particularly like the last one.

    And thanks to all for your kind comments on Mt. Rundle. It was -18C (0F) at the time and if it were not for the local hot springs the lake would have been solid ice.

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    Named after Nick Morant, an outstanding Canadian Pacific photographer who used this location for many of his iconic images.

    The worst part was waiting in the intense cold (-20C, -4F) for a train to appear. I kept the IQ battery in my pocket until I heard the roar of those big diesels!

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    Bill, that is stunning! It reminds me of some of the old railway art that you see in Banff. Just an excellent image.

    Now if I can find my down vest....
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Nice late autumn palette from lower antelope Jack. I prefer the more subdued colors of the canyon this time of the year.
    Thank you Ed. Interestingly you can get that palette almost anytime of year, just shoot earlier or later in the day with the Sun at a lower angle. The secret to rendering the subtle purples is to not get too heavy handed on the WB slider.

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    Well done , Jack. One of these days i will visit it too
    Thanks -- yes it's a definite entry for any photographer's bucket list!

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    Very nice Jack. Were these processed in C7? Cheers...
    Thank you and yes, all C1-7 and nothing else. In fact, no local adjustments on any of these either.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Nice series, Jack. I particularly like the last one.
    Thanks Bill -- Ironically, I almost left the last one off for fear of it being too "simple," but I liked the way it flows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Named after Nick Morant, an outstanding Canadian Pacific photographer who used this location for many of his iconic images.

    The worst part was waiting in the intense cold (-20C, -4F) for a train to appear. I kept the IQ battery in my pocket until I heard the roar of those big diesels!

    Bill

    So where's that diesel Bill? all I see are freight cars...LOL! Just kidding! Reminds me of an artists rendering of a traditional holiday scene. It's one of those timeless images that can appeal to all, on so many levels...lovely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I love this - very moody. Almost like a film set but none the less a great shot!
    Thanks a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Named after Nick Morant, an outstanding Canadian Pacific photographer who used this location for many of his iconic images.

    The worst part was waiting in the intense cold (-20C, -4F) for a train to appear. I kept the IQ battery in my pocket until I heard the roar of those big diesels!

    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    -- Ironically, I almost left the last one off for fear of it being too "simple," but I liked the way it flows.
    Jack, in fact the last one is my favorite, I believe in " less is more ".
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    I'm enjoying getting out of my comfort zone working on my Chicago portfolio. Shot this from a slightly high angle to accentuate the height of the buildings.

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    I'm not a city guy, Ed, but I really like this one!
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    From earlier today. Processing on an uncalibrated laptop but C1 7 really impresses! The grad filter alone is worth the upgrade.
    IQ180, 150 mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    So where's that diesel Bill? all I see are freight cars...LOL! Just kidding! Reminds me of an artists rendering of a traditional holiday scene. It's one of those timeless images that can appeal to all, on so many levels...lovely!

    Dave (D&A)

    Thanks Dave, and in appreciation for your comments, here are those two big diesels - and there was another bringing up the rear! This is pretty steep incline leading to Kicking Horse Pass.

    Taken a few moments before the one I showed earlier.

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    Awesome Bill! Some of your best stuff IMO!


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