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    Oh , and to be serious again, yes that little 80mm is a real gem, I too love mine, use it way more than I would have used a 50mm on 35mm... something about the field of view yet 80mm compression,,, hard to beat. I to have the 50-110 and find it just as sharp but it weighs a ton compered to that little 80mm. I have recently bought the 150, between the 80 and the 150 I have everything portrait wise covered in the studio, from full body to tight headshots but that 110 f2.2 does look tempting... maybe at years end when I am doing my books and hopefully have spare cash that the taxman would otherwise have off me...
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    Just a small test:
    (It's a "cover version" from a photo I saw elsewhere, but I can not give the original credits ...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    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 ... :-)

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    You re edition is a success ! Excellent

    Oddly, I never use my HC 80, neither my 50-110 but a little my 120

    My first is the 28 then the 50.

    But I do mainly landscape. Now, I think I'll do some test to shot people and i'll go for the 80.

    Thanks !

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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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    What a surprise ! I mean, that's totally not me here

    I know that blur is part of the art, but something push me to be as sharp as possible everywhere. I don't know why, but it is that way.

    You're version is very interesting and bring something, but I would not go that way

    Anyway thanks for this !

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    Had a blast at Andy Biggs Moab workshop, as well as shooting a little on my own. Haven't posted much for a while, (I don't shoot much in the winter) but thought I'd share a few. Really like the soft light on this Fiery Furnace shot, not real typical. Will work on it more when I can use my better display.

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    What a surprise ! I mean, that's totally not me here

    I know that blur is part of the art, but something push me to be as sharp as possible everywhere. I don't know why, but it is that way.

    You're version is very interesting and bring something, but I would not go that way

    Anyway thanks for this !
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    Hey that is fine, I guess the idea of a forum is that we expose our work and others can comment if they see fit.

    I am sure that some people just shake their heads when they see what I post - but variety can be stimulating.


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    Lovely shot Wayne!
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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    Jerome

    Hey that is fine, I guess the idea of a forum is that we expose our work and others can comment if they see fit.

    I am sure that some people just shake their heads when they see what I post - but variety can be stimulating.


    regards


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    I must say that I'm very proud that you spent some time on my photos. That is a very interesting exercise, showing that we react differently as photographers.

    Thanks again and tell when your are in France

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    The factory...

    H4D-40 & HC 50-110 @ 50mm f6.8 iso 400

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    A neolithic submarine surfaces somewhere of the Atlantic coast of Norway...

    H4D-40 80mm

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    For some reason, I really like this image.



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    Very nice Stan!!!!
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    For some reason, I really like this image.



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    For myself, it's both all the geometric shapes in the image as well as the contrast between the dark soil and dark base/bark of the tree, vs. the light upper birch (?) bark and the colorful leaves. I also like the even pattern of the colorful fallen leaves on the very dark soil. A lot going on in what first appears to be a simple image. Even the three small rectangle metal plates in the background wall adds to the geometry of the scene. Add it all together and it makes for an interesting picture.

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    So sad, MFDB is dead!
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    Having lived in the park for five years I particularly enjoy these images. Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    Having lived in the park for five years I particularly enjoy these images. Thank you!
    Thank you very much Vincent!
    These kind words coming from you mean a lot to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


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    My favorite of yours so far... the clouds make this shot for me...
    Not being a "landsacape photographer" you can take my views with a pinch of salt, and please dont be offended, but alot of the landscapes you post I just dont "get" but this one I REALLY like!
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    As someone who lived there, what is particularly appealing about this image is not just the clouds (which are stunning) but the light on the West Face of Sentinel. I can smell the heat of the day coming off the forest below, and feel the rock. It is magical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    As someone who lived there, what is particularly appealing about this image is not just the clouds (which are stunning) but the light on the West Face of Sentinel. I can smell the heat of the day coming off the forest below, and feel the rock. It is magical.
    Thanks very much Vincent! Pramote

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    My favorite of yours so far... the clouds make this shot for me...
    Not being a "landsacape photographer" you can take my views with a pinch of salt, and please dont be offended, but alot of the landscapes you post I just dont "get" but this one I REALLY like!
    Lately GetDPI has not been as pleasant as it used to be.
    I may just quit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    For myself, it's both all the geometric shapes in the image as well as the contrast between the dark soil and dark base/bark of the tree, vs. the light upper birch (?) bark and the colorful leaves. I also like the even pattern of the colorful fallen leaves on the very dark soil. A lot going on in what first appears to be a simple image. Even the three small rectangle metal plates in the background wall adds to the geometry of the scene. Add it all together and it makes for an interesting picture.

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    Thanks Dave. The geometric aspect is what drew me to the scene and the leaves are a very enhancing addition. It reminds me that whatever order we (humans) create, nature will impose some chaos.

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    Haven't shot with my MF outside of the studio much recently, but I did haul the kit out for a recent trip to places west... Here are a couple from San Francisco.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Lately GetDPI has not been as pleasant as it used to be.
    I may just quit!
    I was actually giving you a compliment, I am a portrait/commercial photographer, I am lucky to live in a quite stunning part of the world and so I do dabble in lansdscapes from time to time,(some of my clients purchase them for advertising or wallhangers) and as I quite plainly said, I meant no offence and you should take my comments with a pinch of salt, which means not to take them too seriously. But sorry, I dont always get, or understand some of the landscapes posted here, yours included, does this mean I am not being nice? I was not giving criticism, maybe its ME that does not UNDERSTAND? did ya think about that? This is a FUN thread, I said I REALLY LIKED that image! if that is not being NICE then I dont know... no need to go off sulking.

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    Please folks, understand that everyone has their own aesthetic judgment.
    Don't start me on the subject of lovely young ladies who think it is cool to get all inked up, OTOH, there is a large group who likes exactly that.
    That is one case that "I don't get", but folks are free to like what they like.
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    BTW Pramote, I LOVE your images and indeed I for one get them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    Please folks, understand that everyone has their own aesthetic judgment.
    Don't start me on the subject of lovely young ladies who think it is cool to get all inked up, OTOH, there is a large group who likes exactly that.
    That is one case that "I don't get", but folks are free to like what they like.
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    Thanks very much Bob for your kind words!
    GetDPI has always been my most favorite photography forum. I've learned a lot especially in "Medium Format". There are a lot of people who are extremely knowledgeable and know exactly what they are talking about here. I've always get the answers I am looking for at GetDPI.
    Politeness and friendliness are also ones of the strength in this forum. It likes a tradition. I hope we keep it this way.
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    I get your images too Pramote and very much appreciate your posts. I do have the impression that Nathan sincerely meant that he liked your image and that it is unusal for a non-landscape photographer - he just expressed it in an awkward way. This is a nice forum with friendly, helpful posters and I think it will stay that way (as long as there isn't another "MFDB is dead" thread).
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I get your images too Pramote and very much appreciate your posts. I do have the impression that Nathan sincerely meant that he liked your image and that it is unusal for a non-landscape photographer - he just expressed it in an awkward way. This is a nice forum with friendly, helpful posters and I think it will stay that way (as long as there isn't another "MFDB is dead" thread).
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    Thanks very much Tom!
    I really appreciate your posts too. Your photos are always top-notched.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    I was actually giving you a compliment, I am a portrait/commercial photographer, I am lucky to live in a quite stunning part of the world and so I do dabble in lansdscapes from time to time,(some of my clients purchase them for advertising or wallhangers) and as I quite plainly said, I meant no offence and you should take my comments with a pinch of salt, which means not to take them too seriously. But sorry, I dont always get, or understand some of the landscapes posted here, yours included, does this mean I am not being nice? I was not giving criticism, maybe its ME that does not UNDERSTAND? did ya think about that? This is a FUN thread, I said I REALLY LIKED that image! if that is not being NICE then I dont know... no need to go off sulking.
    OK. It is just misunderstanding.
    Maybe I still just hang over with the "Who needs more than 40 mp.." thread.
    Are we fine now?
    Can I continue to post my landscape photographs?
    Thank you for your complement!
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    Pramote, please check your private mail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    OK. It is just misunderstanding.

    Can I continue to post my landscape photographs?
    Please do - I for one really enjoy seeing your work. And FWIW, I too thought you were being paid a compliment before - sometimes the Internet makes things sound weird

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    Quote Originally Posted by James Clark View Post
    Please do - I for one really enjoy seeing your work. And FWIW, I too thought you were being paid a compliment before - sometimes the Internet makes things sound weird
    Thank you James! I really enjoy this forum. Pramote

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    Quote Originally Posted by James Clark View Post
    Haven't shot with my MF outside of the studio much recently, but I did haul the kit out for a recent trip to places west... Here are a couple from San Francisco.

    This one is very beautiful! Pramote
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    An older shot, since I'm not doing much new. A microburst pushing down the clouds just as the front approaches the shoreline. I'm glad I wasn't in a small plane! 645D, 35mm A


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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    For some reason, I really like this image.



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    There are some great things going on here. First, the color is quite striking, there is a neutrality to the concrete, but then the blue of the trunk and red of the foliage seem to take the color in opposite directions. The dark rich soil is counter balanced by the light concrete. The perspective looks really compressed, but then the patch of soil gives an illusion, not only of strong perspective, but also a reverse perspective of the foreground being further away than the background. It is a very complex image that appears simple, just like an Escher print.

    BTW, the three grey square things on the concrete wall are a nice touch as they are the same color as the trunk.
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    Thanks Shashin thatís more of a compliment than you may realize. An enlightening analysis; I was intrigued by the scene, but no idea why. I take many landscape photos because I like and understand them. If I could, I would take more shots ŗ la Pete Turner or some by Ernst Haas, but I just donít often see them.

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    Tom, once in awhile we find a photograph that does not fall into our usual style. The great thing is you saw it and recognized something was there. Many people just reject something so different out of hand. These happy accidents keep us out of ruts. I am really glad you posted that as I was thinking about it for some time. Like you, I saw something there, it just took me a bit of time to understand what was going on. It has both a classic beauty/structure, but is disconcerting at the same time. I am jealous I did not get this picture first.
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    Had an inch or two of fresh snow in Moab on the last day of Andy Biggs workshop, so I decided to try sunrise at Mesa Arch on the way home. Combination of snow and thin clouds yielded a different look with nice warm light.


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    Horrible horrible weather here right now, on one assignment today it was all I could do to stand up in the wind... luckily next shoot was in a nice warm factory, but I cant help dreaming of spring, summer and tearing up the dirt on my enduro bike...

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    My latest obsession... incinerators



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    Time for a bit of film... Model with my mamiya C330 TLR, taken with my Yaschicamat TLR

    Kodak slide film cross processed in c41 chems

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    Rem Koolhaas at Cornell.
    Hy6, 60 mm, 19ļ, and shot through the glass.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    My first post. Have been enjoying all your photos tremendously.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Welcome Mr Wolf Love the pink shot!
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