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    Great Sand Dunes National Park, Alamosa, CO
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    Getting adjusted to living in Virginia. Went over to West Virginia today after the big snow fall with my trusty Sinar arTec and Leaf AFI-II 7
    Hard to screw up this shot...

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    Very beautiful Steven! Pramote
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    St. Louis Valley Lake, Alamosa, CO
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Another from the same set


    Ascension by RickrPhoto, on Flickr
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    One from a shoot today.. yep working on a sunday.. such is the life of a working photographer...

    H4D-40 HC 150 (After a shoot on the beach I went cross country skiing with my family.. from the beach to snow...)

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    Some times life force you into a corner.
    And your only company is the shadow of your past ..

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Pramote,
    As usual, you are killing it. Nice one..
    Steven

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    This is Mini. She is a rescue cat who agreed to pose for me this past weekend...not all of them do. Perhaps not great photographic fine art but, I like it all the same!

    Leica S2-P / 180 mm / SF 58 / f/5.6 / Iso 160

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    Finally made it to Bryce in in winter. Still very cold and lots of snow there.


    PhaseOneDF with 75-150 at 90mm, 1/5th at f/11, iso 35, 2 shot horizontal stitch


    PhaseOneDF with Schneider LS 240 (2 horizontal shot stitch), 1/50th at f/11, iso 35


    PhaseOne DF with 28mm, 1/13th at f/22, iso 35

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    Pramote,
    As usual, you are killing it. Nice one..
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    Thanks very much Steven for your kind words! Pramote

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    Quote Originally Posted by pesto View Post
    This is Mini. She is a rescue cat who agreed to pose for me this past weekend...not all of them do. Perhaps not great photographic fine art but, I like it all the same!

    Leica S2-P / 180 mm / SF 58 / f/5.6 / Iso 160

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    Doug, this is a classic one: too much room over the head, and the feet cut off.

    Was it a TfP or Pay ? - if TfP, she'll be not amused ...

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    Hi Stan, Of course you are right. She was on the move and I was shooting fast and...well, you know. Thanks for your thoughts.

    Doug.

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    Hasselblad H4D-50 | HC 2,2/100 | f2,8 | 1/800s | iso 50 | Tripod Feisol CT-3472LV
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    Well some might call it work, but long after the paycheck has come and been taxed and then spent,a mail drops in from one of my clients letting me know that a catalogue I did the photography for is about to hit the streets.... that never gets old and is always FUN

    Here is a link to the virtual copy, obviously the text is in norwegian, but the pics are multilingual about 95% of th epics are mine, with a couple of stock pics thrown in by the designer and the houses at the back are not taken by me...

    Talgų OutLiving 2013


    Here is the front cover

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    A nice lens to use.
    At least when the model don't jump around to much...

    AFDlll, 200mm 2.8 APO, P45+

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    Summit Lake, Mount Evans, Idaho Springs, CO
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    My DF camera was in service so I too out the Hassey 503cw with 180mm, Kodak ektar 100, regular flatbed scan. No post or crop other than some sharpening.
    Snow from last weekend
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    Stunning images , Wayne!
    I was there in early November 2008, and was lucky enough to capture an early morning snow storm at sunrise.
    Alas, I only had my trusty Canon 5D and I was forced to clean the ice and snow off my filter - between every exposure.
    Bryce during and after a snowstorm is a place to behold some of the most beautiful ephemeral moments in nature.
    I would love to be able to go back there with a medium format digital back.
    Many thanks for posting these images. It brings back some memorable experiences I shall always cherish.
    All the best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    Finally made it to Bryce in in winter. Still very cold and lots of snow there.


    PhaseOneDF with 75-150 at 90mm, 1/5th at f/11, iso 35, 2 shot horizontal stitch


    PhaseOneDF with Schneider LS 240 (2 horizontal shot stitch), 1/50th at f/11, iso 35


    PhaseOne DF with 28mm, 1/13th at f/22, iso 35

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    Storm clouds in Death Valley. Phase DF/IQ160 55mm LS f/11 1/160 ISO 50
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    A new endeavor for me, it will be interesting to see if this was a good biz decision or "a lot of sugar for a dime". So far we have 300 RSVP so tomorrow we'll see if it turns into sales.

    Ed Cooley Fine Art Photography
     
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    Down on the farm - from the last blizzard
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    Never get tired of this bit of road...
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    Great Sand Dunes National Park, Alamosa, CO
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    Great Sand Dunes National Park, Alamosa, CO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


    Great Sand Dunes National Park, Alamosa, CO
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    Stunning,this would be beautiful in a large print Pramote,the man in the distance adds to the sense of scale..

    best
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    Stunning,this would be beautiful in a large print Pramote,the man in the distance adds to the sense of scale..

    best
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    Great eyes Robert! Thanks very much for your kind words!
    Have a great weekend!
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    Outstanding Pramote! Beautiful image, my friend. You should feel proud of this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Outstanding Pramote! Beautiful image, my friend. You should feel proud of this one.

    Joe
    You are too kind! Thanks a lot my friend!
    Are you Leica all the way now? I am very interested in hearing what you think about you journeys of different systems. Your comments would be more accurate than most people.
    We are very similar in a way!
    Have a great weekend!
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    I have a real soft spot for roads... ( its the biker in me) and as I have said so many times before I am no landscape specialist, people is my thing and what I make my money doing But roads... especially where I live.... love them... (am working slowly on a personal project on roads..) and this one by you Pramote is right up my street! (pun intended ) love it!

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    Another one from my easter series.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    I have a real soft spot for roads... ( its the biker in me) and as I have said so many times before I am no landscape specialist, people is my thing and what I make my money doing But roads... especially where I live.... love them... (am working slowly on a personal project on roads..) and this one by you Pramote is right up my street! (pun intended ) love it!
    Thanks Nathan! I will pay more attention to the roads for you from now on
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    I like roads too. The promise of something not yet seen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Storm clouds in Death Valley. Phase DF/IQ160 55mm LS f/11 1/160 ISO 50
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    This looks like one that is screaming out for a B&W treatment. I'd love to see one.

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    Another one from my easter series.



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    You have got to stop posting these 100 f2.2 shots! it might get expensive! (when I got my H4D the dealer recommended the 80 2.8 over the 100 f2.2.. he reckoned I would be better off with the 28, 80 and 150, with the 50-150 as an allround studio lens.. I must say that with my lenses I can cover just about anything (and for really wide or really long I still have my canon gear) but the f2.2 keeps calling me..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    You have got to stop posting these 100 f2.2 shots! it might get expensive! (when I got my H4D the dealer recommended the 80 2.8 over the 100 f2.2.. he reckoned I would be better off with the 28, 80 and 150, with the 50-150 as an allround studio lens.. I must say that with my lenses I can cover just about anything (and for really wide or really long I still have my canon gear) but the f2.2 keeps calling me..
    The HC 2,2/100 was one of the reason i bought in to the Hasselblad H-system. But I must say that the HC 2,8/80 has grown on me.
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    Horizon Wind


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    Taken this am at Cherry Creek State Park, CO.
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    This is where I live, in the valley to the left.... Taken from the top of the local skislope, 4 horizontal shots with the HCD28mm stitched in Kolor APP..

    H4D-40 HCD28mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post
    The HC 2,2/100 was one of the reason i bought in to the Hasselblad H-system. But I must say that the HC 2,8/80 has grown on me.
    A very nice little lens, I use it a lot! If I want to travel light I can do most things with the 80mm.... chuck the 28 and 150 in the bag and I can do anything.. the 50-150 is a heavy beast but very convenient in the studio and is no less sharp!

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    Don,

    This looks like one that is screaming out for a B&W treatment. I'd love to see one.



    Not certain that this isn't more like a whimper than a scream.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post
    The HC 2,2/100 was one of the reason i bought in to the Hasselblad H-system. But I must say that the HC 2,8/80 has grown on me.
    I have this lens and no doubt it's very good,have you tired the HC120mm mk2??it's also excellent.. a little slow to focus as you would expect for a macro..but very high resolving power..

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    Just finished this one and yes it screamed and stamped its feet to be black & white. Listen to your images as you're processing them. I talk to them all the time....



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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I like roads too. The promise of something not yet seen.


    I'd love to see this image in B&W!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Not certain that this isn't more like a whimper than a scream.....

    I agree that the foreground doesn't add much here in B&W. I found myself cropping your foreground desert back about half way and focusing on the interesting hills and clouds/beams.
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