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    H4D-40 HC 80mm f11 1/45 handheld , profoto magnum gridded.

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    As Shashin said, I'll gonna do make more landscapes. First attempt to mix up:

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    Stan, maybe a cheeky comment but thats the most spankelicious landscape photo I have seen
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    As Shashin said, I'll gonna do make more landscapes. First attempt to mix up:

    Thats a sight for sore eyes Stan,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
    Totally agree with Dave - this is surreal. Fancy sharing the exact location with us? ;-)
    The first image is from Southeast Washington state. This presentation happened by accident but I thought it looked cool so I tried it on the Tuscany image as well.

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    ed, is the first one an aerial shot?
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    Quote Originally Posted by photomgraphy View Post
    ed, is the first one an aerial shot?
    Nah, it's from halfway up Steptoe Butte an extinct volcano that overlooks 3000 sq miles of this type of terrain. Without a doubt one of the most fertile patches of land in the world.

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    Hi everybody !

    Verdon, France, 2013



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    Wow, is that water really turquoise in color? If so, that looks so cool, espcially the contrast against both the blue sky and green folliage.

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    Dead hydrangers - I picked them fresh and then waited for them to die in the water - I am curious about water - given that it is fundamental to life as we know it.

    Here I have added a little pipe smoke to give a feeling of ambiguity to the image.

    IQ180, 100iso, f16, old 150mm Mamiya f3.5 lens.

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    Just want to say an amazing collection and variety of outstanding images being shown here every day -- thanks to all for posting!
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    Some fun with my hassy in the sunset over the fjord... shot with my x-pro1, the hassy shot will be coming soon

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    Nd here is one of the files resulting from the above set-up
    H4D-40 HC150mm at f16
    Caveat: Not at the studio on my Eizo so this is just a quick edit on my MBP retina...

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    also from todays trip to Smøla... Windfarm

    H4D-40 HCD28 f32 1/6 second

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    Number 57...

    H4D-40 HCD-28

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    H4D-40 HCD 28 hand held inside the lathe to get this angle... wide open f4 1/60 iso 200
    Black and white in lightroom
    I like this one a lot. One of your best
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    Thanks Jorgen, Glad you like it I had to hold the camera inside the lathe using experience and guestimation to compose the shot... no room to look through the finder... maybe I should give up the viewfinder more often no cropping here either I love it when a plan comes together

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    As Shashin said, I'll gonna do make more landscapes. First attempt to mix up:

    Stan, forget the landscapes I think you have it right with shots like these
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Did you freak out with the liquify tool????







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    Your rocketship awaits...

    H4D-40 HCD-28 @ f8

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    More windmils... well wind generators I suppose is more accurate

    H4D-40 HCD28 at f32 1/6s

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    I don't know ... just took that H4D in my hand - and found myself shooting flowers

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    Funny how that happens Stan, and nice job

    Portraits are my staple, my passion and pay my wages, but if the light or form inspires me I will photograph just about anything.. (likewise if it pays enough lol)
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    Ah, well ... here it's Sunday evening, and I just gof finished with my newest project: a promotional video of my best shots in 2012.

    Although it's not exactly what's posted here usually, I would absolutely love to get your comments on this video:

    Best Shots 2012 - Vimeo

    The video is NOT SAFE FOR WORK...!

    And, if this is against some rule, please let me know!

    Thnks

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    My first reaction is whether a Hasselblad camera would be identifiable to your target audience? It kind of starts as a camera commercial. Would a studio intro be better--some lights flashing and a set, but no model.

    The second is I think tighter editing would help. There are some weak images in there (weak in relation to others) that are slowing things down. I would prefer a shorter and tighter video, then a longer ones with repetition. You want to have people leave wanting more than having their fill.

    Otherwise it is up to your usual standards and great work.
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    One more thing, maybe a few landscapes...
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Verdon France

    A "beautiful" sky, as usual

    I had 4 days with blue sky in Provence, but I was in bed with fever
    so the fifth day, I was able to do some photographs, but the blue sky was gone !
    But, it was cold, as you can imagine



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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Ah, well ... here it's Sunday evening, and I just gof finished with my newest project: a promotional video of my best shots in 2012.

    Although it's not exactly what's posted here usually, I would absolutely love to get your comments on this video:

    Stan ROX
    It's nice (a bit long and slow even good Internet connection)

    A question, what is your favorite lens(es) for your nude or beauty shots ?

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    Verdon France

    A "beautiful" sky, as usual

    I had 4 days with blue sky in Provence, but I was in bed with fever
    so the fifth day, I was able to do some photographs, but the blue sky was gone !
    But, it was cold, as you can imagine
    H4D50 HC 28 mm (hand held, iso 50)
    I am attracted to this landscape - the interaction between the two small trees, the way the snow has raised the key and made a connection with the mountain in the background and the beautiful sweep in the rock structure has real potential.

    I just feel that the image seems flater than the scene would have been - so for myself I would be working over this baby in photoshop or similar to accentuate the space in that valley -

    But I guess that is just me, others will love it just the way it is. Thanks for taking the time to share your image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Ah, well ... here it's Sunday evening, and I just gof finished with my newest project: a promotional video of my best shots in 2012.

    Although it's not exactly what's posted here usually, I would absolutely love to get your comments on this video:

    stanROX.com | Shootings 2012

    The video is Auto-Start, AND IT'S NOT SAFE FOR WORK...!

    And, if this is against some rule, please let me know!

    Thnks

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    Congratulations to the video, music and picture choice - there is a lot passion in your work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    I am attracted to this landscape - the interaction between the two small trees, the way the snow has raised the key and made a connection with the mountain in the background and the beautiful sweep in the rock structure has real potential.

    I just feel that the image seems flater than the scene would have been - so for myself I would be working over this baby in photoshop or similar to accentuate the space in that valley -

    But I guess that is just me, others will love it just the way it is. Thanks for taking the time to share your image.

    mal (Toowoomba where it has never snowed like it has in your image)
    Thanks for your nice comment

    I just wonder how to accentuate the space in the valley, maybe by a greater contrast.

    Did you notice the small village on the other side of the valley ? By itself it give a scale also

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    We are in the middle of another storm. Taken a few minutes ago. Pentax 645D and 55mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Ah, well ... here it's Sunday evening, and I just gof finished with my newest project: a promotional video of my best shots in 2012.

    Although it's not exactly what's posted here usually, I would absolutely love to get your comments on this video:

    Best Shots 2012 - Vimeo

    The video is Auto-Start, AND IT'S NOT SAFE FOR WORK...!

    And, if this is against some rule, please let me know!

    Thnks

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    Yours is a whole new world to me, photographically that is; but I can do no less than admire the quality of your work...very nice indeed.

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    My first reaction is whether a Hasselblad camera would be identifiable to your target audience? It kind of starts as a camera commercial.
    +1 Particularly the first shot where it says H4D on the LCD is kind of "unartistic".

    Apart from that, it's a nice collection and a nice way of presenting it.
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    Hasselblad H4D50, 120 macro, f11, 1/30 sec, iso50, fill flash

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    We don't have nearly enough pet pictures in this thread. What is it with MFD shooters? But the greatest thing about the weather this time of year in Maine is there is not a lot of rain. Pentax 645D and 55mm.

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    H4D50, 120 Macro taken during a rainy florida day last week
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Did you freak out with the liquify tool????

    (great shot )
    Nope, actually was an accident resizing a file for printing.

    Social media response has been off the charts so I ordered a print for the gallery. Stranger things have happened.

    The vertical compression of the 300mm combined with the horizontal compression of the resize kind of works giving the strange whimsical look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    We don't have nearly enough pet pictures in this thread. What is it with MFD shooters? But the greatest thing about the weather this time of year in Maine is there is not a lot of rain. Pentax 645D and 55mm.

    Should this be in the Putting Faces to Names thread?
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    Jerome

    Here is a rough and ready touch up of your image.

    Some folks don't like to adjust an image to this degree but I like to search out how I experienced being in a certain place at a certain time - afterall what is reality.

    I did not see the small village until you pointed it out but I would certainly highlight it in the image.

    I will be in France in early July so I am looking forward to savouring some landscape through the lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    My first reaction is whether a Hasselblad camera would be identifiable to your target audience? It kind of starts as a camera commercial. Would a studio intro be better--some lights flashing and a set, but no model.

    The second is I think tighter editing would help. There are some weak images in there (weak in relation to others) that are slowing things down. I would prefer a shorter and tighter video, then a longer ones with repetition. You want to have people leave wanting more than having their fill.

    Otherwise it is up to your usual standards and great work.
    @Shashin et al: thanks for your kind comments. I was quite happy about the result, but as usual, the "second opinion" method did showed me the room for improvement. So I did a slight re-edit, took some pictures out, did some "Ken-Burns" to enhance the dramatic and shortened it a little bit.

    The new version is online - you're very welcome to enjoy it a second time:

    Shootings 2012 - Simply the best shots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Ah, well ... here it's Sunday evening, and I just gof finished with my newest project: a promotional video of my best shots in 2012.

    Although it's not exactly what's posted here usually, I would absolutely love to get your comments on this video:

    Best Shots 2012 - Vimeo

    The video is NOT SAFE FOR WORK...!

    And, if this is against some rule, please let me know!

    Thnks

    Stan ROX
    Stan, this was a great representation of your work. The love tattoo and face splash of the opening model was especially effective I thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
    It's nice (a bit long and slow even good Internet connection)

    A question, what is your favorite lens(es) for your nude or beauty shots ?

    Jerome
    Jerome,

    I re-edited it, and did a slightly more compression - this saves 10 MB...

    My absolute #1 is the HC 80 mm. It's glued to my cam, works in every way best and is the sharpest lens in my line-up.

    #2 is the 50-110. It's bulky and very heavy, needs some more light for the AF to work, but the results are OK - although not as sharp as the 80 mm.

    #3 is the HC 120 Macro. It's very slow in focussing and very heavy.

    What I never used in beauty & nudes, is my HC 210 and my HC 35. The HC 210 is subject to sale, so I can free up some money for either the HTS or the HC 100 2.2 ... :-)

    S.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Jerome,

    my absolute #1 is the HC 80 mm. It's glued to my cam, works in every way best and is the sharpest lens in my line-up.

    #2 is the 50-110. It's bulky and very heavy, needs some more light for the AF to work, but the results are OK - although not as sharp as the 80 mm.

    #3 is the HC 120 Macro. It's very slow in focussing and very heavy.

    What I never used in beauty & nudes, is my HC 210 and my HC 35. The HC 210 is subject to sale, so I can free up some money for either the HTS or the HC 100 2.2 ... :-)

    S.
    You will love the 100 2.2.. it's a gem and AF is very fast...it's also quite light..
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    Agree on the HC100 2.2. Just looked at the slide show, and it played completely through without stutters and stops. Absolutely beautiful work. Stunning!

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Version two is very good, I liked version 1, but this is way better now well at least up to the bit where the really rough looking chick pops up at the end.. doesnt seem to fit in with the others really...








    (sorry my twisted humour made me write that bit)

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