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    Plus one from me.

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    Awesome Bill! Some of your best stuff IMO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    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.

    Two Diesels...now we're talking! The two images together make a great pairing! Nicely captured!

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    Some Shots for an eyewear frame designer. C&C appreciated.









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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    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.

    Bill, thanks for sharing this wonderful image!!

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    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.
    Bill, IMHO Morant's Curve II is T H E shot -- great job!
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    Morocco, Altas mountains

    A little blue sky for a change



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    Vincent, Dave, tsjanik, Ed, Lloyd, Jack & Jorgen,

    I had no idea that you liked locomotives that much! But thanks for your kind remarks.

    Now back to trainless landscapes...

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    Early this morning....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Vincent, Dave, tsjanik, Ed, Lloyd, Jack & Jorgen,

    I had no idea that you liked locomotives that much! But thanks for your kind remarks.

    Now back to trainless landscapes...

    Very Nice, as usual...

    Mountains are like breasts - sometimes they look more alluring partially obscured?
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    Love the railway shots Bill. If only the locos. were steam! ;-)
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    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.

    Bill, simply put, this is one of the best train images and winter scenes I've ever seen! And I'm 65 years old, so I've seen a lot of 'em. Thanks for sharing this wonderful image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Vincent, Dave, tsjanik, Ed, Lloyd, Jack & Jorgen,

    I had no idea that you liked locomotives that much! But thanks for your kind remarks.

    Now back to trainless landscapes...

    Bill, I'm lost for words these winter images are just super. (Also I'm English, please take the full weight of understatement from that)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Bill, simply put, this is one of the best train images and winter scenes I've ever seen! And I'm 65 years old, so I've seen a lot of 'em. Thanks for sharing this wonderful image.

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    Joe, you are most kind!

    We are "of an age" Joe. I've been a train buff from my childhood - the days of steam - and the Rockies allow my love of landscapes to merge with locomotives.

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    Paul, thank you - especially for that English understatement! (I grew up in the UK myself!)
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    Hi guys, hope everyone is doing just fine

    Some recent shots, all with Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID and Fuji Acros 100 as usual!







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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan Aqajani View Post
    Hi guys, hope everyone is doing just fine

    Some recent shots, all with Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID and Fuji Acros 100 as usual!



    Really like your last image - great emotion.
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    Bill, IMHO Morant's Curve II is T H E shot -- great job!
    I agree with Jack - you nailed it especially with the wonderful winter scene. I know that location myself and have shot it a few times (I think that there are tripod holes on the bank just off the pull out there ) but Bill pulled off a masterful shot of a classic location and scene.

    Ylem ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Bill, simply put, this is one of the best train images and winter scenes I've ever seen! And I'm 65 years old, so I've seen a lot of 'em. Thanks for sharing this wonderful image.

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    OK, just one last train shot! This was taken at Pincher Creek, Alberta, this morning. May be a tad over-sharpened - hard to tell on my little laptop!
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    Really like your last image - great emotion.
    Thank you for the compliment Ed, appreciate it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Vincent, Dave, tsjanik, Ed, Lloyd, Jack & Jorgen,

    I had no idea that you liked locomotives that much! But thanks for your kind remarks.

    Now back to trainless landscapes...
    Hi Bill - really like the train photos.

    I lived for years in Field, BC and there were times in the winter when there would be more than 150 locomotives in town. The trains would generally have 7 engines in the front - then about 70 cars and then another 7 engines in the middle.

    Canada exports an amazing amount of coal, potash and grains - the trains westbound travel so close together that it seems there is a continuous stream of freight.

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    Hi "B",

    Well, Field is almost a ghost town now as far as CP is concerned, although Parks Canada has a big presence there. But all last week there were no trains there at all except for those changing crew- one at a time - and one loco with a snow plough. All the sidings were empty.

    I've been visiting Field off and on since 1969 and I know you're right - used to be at least a dozen locos and numerous cars. There are still some pretty big trains go through - I filmed one with five locos at the head and another at the tail yesterday at Morant's. It took over three minutes for the the train to pass me. I'd post the video here but I'm not sure I can! Or if I know how!

    When I get home I'll see if I can provide a link from my website.

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    How about some more Velvia?


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    Some experiments with the H4D-40 + 120mm Macro:

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    And some "special fun" with MF:

    Left: H4D-40 Stainless Steel.
    Right: H3D-21

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    Roxborough State Park, Littleton, CO
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    Trail Ridge Road
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    A couple shots of the bean taken with the IQ180 and HR32



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    That second one is a real winner, Ed! I guess you're in it, too?
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    That second one is a real winner, Ed! I guess you're in it, too?
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    very nice Bill ! maybe the white frame isn't mandatory...

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    Bill

    You must have been chuffed with the light that was there to make your image sing and dance.

    One very engaging image.


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    The weather was cloudy today ...
    (Alpa TC, Rodenstock 60mm, Sinar 54 lv)
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    Bill, I realy like what you have done in your picture "Crowsnests pass".
    It is very liberating that you let the background go soft.
    That really gives the picture a taste of a "Tree-dimensional" feeling
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    Morocco, somewhere in the Atlas Mountains



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    Ray, Mal, thank you. The sun had just risen and I shot at f4 with the 150 mm. Anyone who knows this spot will see that I cloned out a steel pole supporting the branch on the left - this is a very old tree that has been artificially preserved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    This IS awesome! I like the way you composed that - in every manner.

    Thanks for sharing this moment of beauty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    Bill, I realy like what you have done in your picture "Crowsnests pass".
    It is very liberating that you let the background go soft.
    That really gives the picture a taste of a "Tree-dimensional" feeling
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    +1. I couldn't agree more with this assessment and besides letting the background go soft, the lighting is ideal. Another lovely image Bill!
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    2 Images taken next to the source of Allandon river (Ain, France)
    "Dark jungle" (right after dawn!) and "Small flood".





    Hasselblad 500C/M + CFV-50 digital back; Zeiss Distagon 50mm lens @ f/8, 16sec (small flood) / 30 sec (dark jungle)

    Small flood: straight from ACR 7.2 (w.b. cloudy; all other settings: 0/default!)
    Dark jungle: ACR 7.2 (w.b. cloudy. Severely under-exposed: exposure +2.65. white and black points increased; color saturation decreased) + red pixels removal! & smart sharpen with PS CS6
    + fake film frame with Photoshop
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    A couple shots of the bean taken with the IQ180 and HR32
    I guess it helps to get up early. This was taken in the middle of the summer. Busy afternoon. Inside the bean with the S2 and the 35 mm, f2.8, handheld. Just for fun.

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    Man Bill, great stuff, your shots on this trip are inspiring.

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    Thanks Ed - from you, that's really appreciated!
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    Clovers. They brighten my day. Depressed about petroglyth destruction...



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    Some pictures from Mamiya 7 w/43mm lens.





    Scanned with Epson 4990 and betterscanning holder. Mild adjustments.
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    It almost always happens that when I am out photographing with the Shenhao 617, someone always asks "how old is that camera?"

    Now instead of just saying, "it's new," I can also add, "well, the lens IS 100 years old."





    A ~100mm menicus lens in a "modern" (40 years old?) shutter. Reala 120.

    This could be fun!

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    Taken this morning at Chatfield State Park, Littleton, CO
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    Happy Thanksgiving!
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