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    Wow Pramote, that's gorgeous!

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    Too cold to shoot? Not for me -20 here...

    H4D-40 80mm at f4.8 1/750 profoto beauty dish camera left and high and midday sun low and right behind the girl...

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    Studio was some 40 degrees warmer than outside.. so we moved indoors...

    H4D-40 80mm wide open @ f2.8 1/180 iso 200 lit with one Arri light 650 w,

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    Another with the Arrilight....
    H4D.40 + 80mm

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    One from my previous life with the RZ

    RZ PROll, 65mm, P45

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    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post
    Wow Pramote, that's gorgeous!
    Thanks wentbackward for your kind words! Pramote

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Too cold to shoot? Not for me -20 here...

    H4D-40 80mm at f4.8 1/750 profoto beauty dish camera left and high and midday sun low and right behind the girl...

    I hate to ask but how can midday sun be low and behind your model?


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    Well at Trondheim today according to my almanac, the Sun gets only up to 3.9 degrees above the horizon at 12:11pm.
    That could definitely be behind the model
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    Trying out the Mamiya with 28mp back
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    Welcome NewbieMF!
    A good start indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    I hate to ask but how can midday sun be low and behind your model?

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    Well at Trondheim today according to my almanac, the Sun gets only up to 3.9 degrees above the horizon at 12:11pm.
    That could definitely be behind the model
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    Yep, I am 63 degrees north and by the winter solstice the sun will only just creep a lowly 3 degrees over the horizon :O

    My house and garden wont see the sun untilmarch due to the shadows cast by the mountains... This pic was taken some 400 - 500 meters above sea level... down in the valley there are few places the sun reaches this time of year..
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    One from a shoot earlier this autumn....
    H4D-40 80mm wide open
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    Somewhere in Southwest Colorado.
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    Contax 645 with 35mm 3.5 and p45+
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    Quote Originally Posted by drevil View Post


    Contax 645 with 35mm 3.5 and p45+
    Simply "wow" !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    One from my previous life with the RZ

    RZ PROll, 65mm, P45

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    Very evocative, you expect to see a childs face and instead see an adult.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Too cold to shoot? Not for me -20 here...

    H4D-40 80mm at f4.8 1/750 profoto beauty dish camera left and high and midday sun low and right behind the girl...
    I think this is the first time I have seen a sanded and salted road look good as an element in a photo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Very evocative, you expect to see a childs face and instead see an adult.
    Anna is brilliant and the most creative person I have had the pleasure to work with.
    We have done both commercial and private portfolio work together. She is a fashion designer by trade, but I some times make her work as a model.
    She more or less hate it, but she is really really good in front of the camera.
    When she ask me if I am interested, I always answer yes before she tells me what it is about. Our speciality is to do things we never have done before and that we have no clue how to do, then it always become good
    I just love the creative process of working together with her!

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    One pic from a project with Anna.

    RZ PROll, 65mm, P45

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    This weekend I was shooting at the release party of two new speaker models from Marten. This is the new Coltrane Tenor and shows the new loudspeaker driver from Accuton. It has no suspension, looks kind of strange.



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    Sixteen degrees this morning. Cherry Creek State Park, CO.
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    Another from a recent shoot, the client used the shots in colour, but I have processed a couple in B/W for my own use....

    H4D-40 80mm wide open natural light.



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    My first attempt at medium format with a Mamiya C330F

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    It is Summer in Down Under hence, the following shots Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID + Mamiya 110mm f/2.8 + Kodak Porta 400 overexposed 1.5 stop! If interested, see there rest here The Beginning of the Summer | Aryan Aqajani





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    I just love overexposed portra! between 1 and two stops is just great for skin! Good stuff Aryan Here it is winter and will soon be down to less than 5 hours daylight! Thanks for the little bit of summer sun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post
    I shoot a lot of High End stereo. And quite often they are rely expensive!

    Next time will be this weekend when it´s a pre world premier for a couple of new Marten speakers. The big premier will be in CES Las Vegas in the beginning of January.

    Stefan, we have to talk about hifi sometime!
    I do wonder why so expensive though, placebo?
    Studio monitors, the things music is actually mixed on, usually cost in the $3-4,000 range for midrange models such as the Focal Twins and Opals, and up to $7000 or so for high-end models such as Focal SM9, Barefoot MM27 and PSI A25m. All are active power, and to work they just need a USB/FireWire DAC or interface with XLR out, which will set you back a grand for a very decent model, up to 3k for state-of-the-art from Weiss.

    Any of the high-end models will deliver an utterly detailed and un-colored image of the sound as the artist heard it, but unlike Hi-Fi speakers, they are more sensitive to room treatment, positioning, and sound good if you're in their sweet spot, which is fairly narrow. Most monitors are also ugly aesthetically, but that doesn't mean consumer speakers should cost over 10k, not when the same sound you're listening to was made on speakers that are several times cheaper.

    Most people just don't know I suppose...

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    Very very great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    I just love overexposed portra! between 1 and two stops is just great for skin! Good stuff Aryan Here it is winter and will soon be down to less than 5 hours daylight! Thanks for the little bit of summer sun
    Thank you Nathan
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    This is why I love MF: From the original file (H4D-40) cropped to 9 Megapixels, and still full of details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post

    Hasselblad H4D-50 | HC 2,8/80 | f2,8 | 1/45 | iso 100 | Tripod Feisol CT-3472LV
    I can feel the cold and bitting wind just looking at this.
    Ylem ...

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    I can feel the cold and bitting wind just looking at this.
    Thank You for your kind words!

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    Storm on Paradise Divide in the San Juan Mountains new Crested Butte

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    This is why I love MF: From the original file (H4D-40) cropped to 9 Megapixels, and still full of details.

    Agreed! Fantastic natural skintones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan Aqajani View Post
    It is Summer in Down Under hence, the following shots Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID + Mamiya 110mm f/2.8 + Kodak Porta 400 overexposed 1.5 stop! If interested, see there rest here The Beginning of the Summer | Aryan Aqajani





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    Interesting to see you do colour.

    I looked at your extended set of images and no 6 and 12 appealed to me. I couldn't help wanting to place the model off set in the frame - but maybe that is just me as more of a landscape photographer.

    Beautiful images and especially love the OOF light areas of the various shots.


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    Paradise Divide, P65+, 72L, 3 shots

    No question how this valley got it's name

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Paradise Divide, P65+, 72L, 3 shots

    No question how this valley got it's name


    Beautiful Ed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    Aryan

    Interesting to see you do colour.

    I looked at your extended set of images and no 6 and 12 appealed to me. I couldn't help wanting to place the model off set in the frame - but maybe that is just me as more of a landscape photographer.

    Beautiful images and especially love the OOF light areas of the various shots.


    Mal
    Mal, thanks for the nice words mate, appreciate it

    I knew some people may surprise when they see me doing some color haha I am in love with b&w and believe there is nothing better than shooting portrait in b&w to convey more drama, expression and mood! However, sometimes I miss color, especially if it is coming from Kodak Porta

    Regarding the placing the model off center, I do this quite often but sometimes I believe placing the subject, a human at the center can be visually stronger and catch the viewer attention the second she/he look at the image!
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    Aryan I specially like number 1 and 6 of that set in your website. Center is ok.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan Aqajani View Post
    It is Summer in Down Under hence, the following shots Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID + Mamiya 110mm f/2.8 + Kodak Porta 400 overexposed 1.5 stop! If interested, see there rest here
    I'm not sure you're overexposing, more likely exposing correctly. Kodak was notorious for underrating their film. VPS 160 looked great at 50-100, their 400 films looked much better at 200. If you check your negs with a densitometer, you might find you're much closer to correct exposure than you would be at 400...
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    Doesnt get much more fun than a shoot I had today!

    H4D-40 and the lovely little 80mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan Lawrence View Post
    I'm not sure you're overexposing, more likely exposing correctly. Kodak was notorious for underrating their film. VPS 160 looked great at 50-100, their 400 films looked much better at 200. If you check your negs with a densitometer, you might find you're much closer to correct exposure than you would be at 400...
    That was an interesting point Stan
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    Hey,

    my name is Alex and I am new to this Website. I would like to show you this picture, taken 2 weeks ago.

    Industrial Scene shot with H3DII 39 and HC 50-110 @ 75mm
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    Hope you like it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander Pallmer View Post
    Hey,

    my name is Alex and I am new to this Website. I would like to show you this picture, taken 2 weeks ago.

    Industrial Scene shot with H3DII 39 and HC 50-110 @ 75mm
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    Hope you like it
    Thanks for sharing, Alex. Excellent work. And, welcome to the forum.

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    Thank you Lloyd!

    I got another one for you guys

    This time something from the Racetrack, shot at the 24 Hour Race at the famous "Nürburgring" in Germany.

    It is a Porsche 911 GT3 CUP race car.

    of course, also shot with my Hassy H3DII 39 and the HC 50-110 @ 50mm

    F8 - 1/90s - ISO 100

    Hope you guys like this one too
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