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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post

    Taken this morning at Chatfield State Park, Littleton, CO
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    A quick composite from two older images...H4D-50
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    Pramote,you are prolific at producing high end images....
    RVB...I truly appreciate your kind words. Pramote

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    Taken yesterday at Chatfield State Park, Littleton, CO
    Mamiya RZ Pro IID (The cheapest and most enjoyable MFD to use ever); Phase One IQ180; Mamiya RZ 37mm f/4.5
    No Tripod. The camera was put on a rock to get an ant's-eye view.
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    just a few hours ago: outdoor at an old castle nearby my house:

    H4D-40, 50-110, 3 flashes & some magic ...

    What do you think ?

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    She needed a hot-pink coat...

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    She looks pretty magical to me.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Like many of us I suspect, I'm having fun revisiting some older images by converting them to C1 7. Here I used negative clarity and structure.

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    Near Wawa in Northern Ontario.

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    Great Sand Dunes National Park, Alamosa, CO
    Phase One DF; Phase One IQ 180; Mamiya 210mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post

    Taken yesterday at Chatfield State Park, Littleton, CO
    Mamiya RZ Pro IID (The cheapest and most enjoyable MFD to use ever); Phase One IQ180; Mamiya RZ 37mm f/4.5
    No Tripod. The camera was put on a rock to get an ant's-eye view.
    Awesome shot! I have not used that 37mm lens yet wondering if it is possible to mount a Lee filter system on it!? Also, do you see any significant distortion specially with a full-frame back or 36x48mm!? Thanks in advance
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    Awesome shot! I have not used that 37mm lens yet wondering if it is possible to mount a Lee filter system on it!? Also, do you see any significant distortion specially with a full-frame back or 36x48mm!? Thanks in advance
    The 37mm is a great lens. It is sharp and fun to shoot. My favorite thing to do with this lens is to put the RZ on the ground or rock to get different point of views.
    I've never tried to use the Lee filter with it.
    When the camera has placed parallel to the X axis, there will be only a minor distortion. The distortion can easily be corrected with PS, easier than the fisheyes from Nikon or Canon as this is a crop from 6x7.
    The whole system costs less than a copy of SK 150mm lens for Mamiya DF!

    Thanks for your interest and kind words, Aryan.
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    [QUOTE=Landscapelover;469508
    The whole system costs less than a copy of SK 150mm lens for Mamiya DF!

    ....

    Pramote[/QUOTE]

    Well just so long as you don't account for the cost of the IQ180 of course

    Ylem ...
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    Aryan...This one was also taken with the RZ and 37 mm fisheye lens. No correction of distortion was required when the camera was parallelled to the the ground.
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    Thank to for the reply Pramote In this case, I think with a 36x48 sensor, the distortion would be more minimal and easier to fix in Capture One then!
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    Pramote, You're costing me money ... I'm going to order one of those 37mm's tomorrow! As you say this stuff is not so expensive though!

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    The best camera ever shot with it's sibling RZ67ProIID & 180mm.

    No idea why I shot this, but found it had a roll of film in the M7II. No idea what's on it so finished it off today. It was sitting on the table and I couldn't resist grabbing a portrait of my old friend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan Aqajani View Post
    Thank to for the reply Pramote In this case, I think with a 36x48 sensor, the distortion would be more minimal and easier to fix in Capture One then!
    You're welcome! I would think so. Pramote

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    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post
    Pramote, You're costing me money ... I'm going to order one of those 37mm's tomorrow! As you say this stuff is not so expensive though!
    Trust me, it's well worth it. It is heavy. You can use it as a paper weight if you don't like it
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    Taken few hours ago at Chatfield State Park, Littleton, CO
    Mamiya RZ Pro IID; Mamiya RZ 65mm; Lee 0.6 GND
    Phase One IQ 180 DB
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    Taken this morning at my favorite spot at Chatfield State Park, Littleton, CO
    Hasselblad H1; Phase One P45+; HC 35mm; Lee 0.6 GND
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    Pramote, how many MFD systems/backs do you have? Forget that, I probably don't want to know and you don't want to be reminded...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Pramote, how many MFD systems/backs do you have? Forget that, I probably don't want to know and you don't want to be reminded...
    Enough to know the strength and flaw of each systems.
    I think it is OK if you buy second hand with reasonable price. I am glad I've been experimenting with these MFDBs. I pretty much know what I am looking for now. My next experiment is an 8x10.
    I think I am doing fine with this journey. This is my long term investment in the next decades. Too bad I am a scientist and serious with both my professional and passion. I work hard and play hard.
    My 33 guitars I've been collecting over 20 years hold values better than a stock market
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    Great Sand Dunes National Park, Alamosa, CO
    Phase One DF; Phase One IQ180; SK55mm
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    Hello folks !
    A little shot from saturday, with natural light, it's my first "fashion" photography



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    Great shot! The lighting is really nice. One question. Is the lady mad because someone stole the engine off of her plane?
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    Thanks Marky ! She's mad because you left her alone... ;-)

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    Chatfield State Park, Littleton, CO
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    Rocking the P45+ for some awesome long exposures still

    Monument Valley, Utah.



    Monument Valley Star Trail by RickrPhoto, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    Rocking the P45+ for some awesome long exposures still

    Monument Valley, Utah.
    How long were your steps on this one? Don't you just love waiting for the dark frame to complete too?

    I noticed on the Flickr version that you mentioned a 3hr stack. How are you avoiding the dark frame blank sections in the star trails? (I shoot these using my D800 IR with 4min exposures with 1s intervals between shots and there are slight breaks in the trails even at those short intervals - that's with no dark frame subtraction at work).
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    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post

    The best camera ever shot with it's sibling RZ67ProIID & 180mm.
    Btw, what's that funny cylindrical thing next to the camera?
    Ylem ...

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    Northern Ontario.

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    Last year's shot re-worked in C7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Btw, what's that funny cylindrical thing next to the camera?
    I've been wondering about that as well. My fridge is full of them, but they taste terrible even when cooked for hours with the hottest Thai spices added
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I've been wondering about that as well. My fridge is full of them, but they taste terrible even when cooked for hours with the hottest Thai spices added
    I'll take them off your hands :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardman View Post
    I'll take them off your hands :-)
    Nah... won't work. I tried to attach one to an email once, but it wouldn't stick to the monitor. Just fell down on the desk when the email went
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Btw, what's that funny cylindrical thing next to the camera?
    Graham, thanks for this, I've been too embarrased to ask. The camera popped open as I was looking for the image preview button and this thing was all curled up inside. Seems like some crude data storage device from before DAT tapes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post

    Taken few hours ago at Chatfield State Park, Littleton, CO
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    Phase One IQ 180 DB
    The member at LUL gave me a kind advice to crop this photo to a 6x6 format. I really like it!
    The square format can be very strong.

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    Cherry Creek State Park, Englewood, CO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I've been wondering about that as well. My fridge is full of them, but they taste terrible even when cooked for hours with the hottest Thai spices added
    You have to peel the gelatin off the plastic backing...

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    Milano. My old H3D-22, some nice location AND the beautyful Arianna.

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    I hope the forum software does resizing. I am posting the original pretty large:
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    Here is another from my recent trip out to Arizona. 161 second exposure. I used 15 stops of ND to create this.


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    Thats pretty awesome and much less used then Lower & Upper Antelope.

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    Cherry Creek State Park, Englewood, CO
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    Christmas shopping season on Chicago's Michigan Avenue

    IQ180, Cambo, 55mm, 2 shot stitch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Milano. My old H3D-22, some nice location AND the beautyful Arianna.

    I love the feel of this image but am curious about the focus on this Stan. Did you soften the focus on the models face to bring attention to her garment? It appears her face is obviously in the plane of focus but does not look as crisp as her garment and the choice upholstery. Very interesting look.

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    AFDlll, 35mm AF, P45+

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    Pompei Caldarium

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    A new camera arrived today. This is one of the first images. I think my wife will miss me this weekend.


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