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    Leica S + 24mm:

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    From a recent trip to NYC (Chelsea)



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    RZProll, 140mm macro, P45

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    Turning Torso in Malmö, Sweden.


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    From a visit to my beloved junkyard . I do love junkyards .

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    A few from the Caribbean:



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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    A few from the Caribbean:



    Love the technicolor vibrance to the second shot...
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    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post

    Home sweet home .
    Some members might remember my calendar project from some years ago in the german HASSELBLAD forum .
    The above image would surely have been a candidate .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Home sweet home .
    Some members might remember my calendar project from some years ago in the german HASSELBLAD forum .
    The above image would surely have been a candidate .
    Just blame it on the sugar cane rum!

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    Alpa Max
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    Profoto Lighting


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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    Alpa Max
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    Lovely shot of the F40.. pretty rare machine..must be worth a hell of a lot today..
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    Just a couple Alpa's, some IQ280's, some Rodi HR's, and quite a bit of profoto gear



    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    Lovely shot of the F40.. pretty rare machine..must be worth a hell of a lot today..

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    Just a couple Alpa's, some IQ280's, some Rodi HR's, and quite a bit of profoto gear
    Is that what they call "photographer's math?"

    To be honest I constantly compare the price of everything to it's worth in photography gear too.

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    yea, the only problem with using this sort of math all the time is that everything under 500 euros almost seems like nothing Maybe a Lee filter or so...

    Quote Originally Posted by Kolor-Pikker View Post
    Is that what they call "photographer's math?"

    To be honest I constantly compare the price of everything to it's worth in photography gear too.
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    AFDlll, 150mm, P45+

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    I recently shot this landscape with a nuclear power plant in it. It took a few days and I tried to find the same camera position again and again to have the exact same perspective in each frame.







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    [QUOTE=MaxKißler;504044]I recently shot this landscape with a nuclear power plant in it. It took a few days and I tried to find the same camera position again and again to have the exact same perspective in each frame.

    cool shots. last time I tried to shoot a power plant I got rushed by a bunch of security, they were in cars and on foot. detained me for some time...

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    I can't stop this. Haven't took off my macro since a week or so.

    If you wonder: Its sage (Salbei for my german speaking friends). Tiny tiny flowers...

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    Beautiful image!

    Which macro /camera were you using?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    I can't stop this. Haven't took off my macro since a week or so.

    If you wonder: Its sage (Salbei for my german speaking friends). Tiny tiny flowers...

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    Fun on a shoot today... HCD28 and 26mm extension tube, even with focus set to infinity the front element was only 1cm away from the nearest bolt threads.. ouch... careful was the word!


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    Hoots Hollow trail at Brazos Bend State Park.

    RVP50 - FUJI GX 617 105mm F32 multiple second exposure.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    I can't stop this. Haven't took off my macro since a week or so.

    If you wonder: Its sage (Salbei for my german speaking friends). Tiny tiny flowers...

    Stan,

    Please show your lighting setup for these flora pics....truly stunning!


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    [QUOTE=Stan ROX;504241]I can't stop this. Haven't took off my macro since a week or so.

    If you wonder: Its sage (Salbei for my german speaking friends). Tiny tiny flowers...

    Hi Stan

    Truly amazing -- I really like it - the texture and color transition is so nice.

    I am looking forWard to shooting MFD flowers, up to now only on my 35FF

    What marco lens are you using?

    Thanks

    Philip
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    Two portraits, (not the kind that Stan posts!) both with 645D 400mm FA. The first is wide open @ f5.6 and hand-held of a Ring-Beaked Gull; the second is more impressionistic and although I'm not pleased with the shot overall, I find the black and white wings very interesting.

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    _IGP0838 by tsjanik47, on Flickr


    _IGP0837 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    H4D-40 HC50-110 @110 with 26mm extension tube...

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    with the 80mm this time at f3.4

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    From the most recent road trip to Page and Grand Canyon.
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    Lower Antelope Canyon, Page, AZ
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    Long-Tailed Duck (formerly known as Oldsquaw), in process of changing plumage. 645D 600mm +1.4x.


    _IGP0950 by tsjanik47, on Flickr


    _IGP0932 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Long-Tailed Duck (formerly known as Oldsquaw), in process of changing plumage. 645D 600mm +1.4x.
    Beautiful work!!
    "Creativity takes courage." ~ Henri Matisse
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    Guys,

    I'm happy to say that I'm driving to Paris tomorrow. There, I'll have some different beauty in front of my camera. Until then, I won't miss to show you the lastest:

    A anemone (Windröschen for my german speaking friends):

    Hasselblad H4D-40
    Priolite MB-500 + Beautydish + Grid
    Fokus stacking with Photoshop

    Isn't she beautiful ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Two portraits, (not the kind that Stan posts!)
    ... wait until you see my newest work

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    [QUOTE=alajuela;504335]
    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    I can't stop this. Haven't took off my macro since a week or so.

    If you wonder: Its sage (Salbei for my german speaking friends). Tiny tiny flowers...

    Hi Stan

    Truly amazing -- I really like it - the texture and color transition is so nice.

    I am looking forWard to shooting MFD flowers, up to now only on my 35FF

    What marco lens are you using?

    Thanks

    Philip
    Philip et al.,

    this is always the same setup:

    Hasselblad H4D-40
    HC 120 mm macro lens
    Gitzo tripod
    MacBook
    Firewire cable
    Phocus software
    Priolite MB500 flash
    Beautydish with Grid
    ca. 8 - 10 shots
    fokus stacked with Photoshop
    ... and some magic.

    If really needed, I may take a picture of my messy attic while working on these pictures. Although I have a full fledged studio, these pictures are table-top...

    S.
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    Hasselblad H4D-40 with 100mm lens

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    [QUOTE=Stan ROX;504737]
    Quote Originally Posted by alajuela View Post

    Philip et al.,

    this is always the same setup:

    Hasselblad H4D-40
    HC 120 mm macro lens
    Gitzo tripod
    MacBook
    Firewire cable
    Phocus software
    Priolite MB500 flash
    Beautydish with Grid
    ca. 8 - 10 shots
    fokus stacked with Photoshop
    ... and some magic.

    If really needed, I may take a picture of my messy attic while working on these pictures. Although I have a full fledged studio, these pictures are table-top...

    S.
    Thank you Stan, I know I am stating the obvious, these are Beautiful shots!!
    Very pure.
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    And ... there we go with all that natural beauty!

    Oh my ... Valentina!

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    Road trip today....
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    My first post. Really glad to see this medium format forum.

    H3DII-31 / HC 35mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post

    Road trip today....
    I like the abstract quailty of the image. What focal length? It's been awhile since I lived in California, but those hills look very dry and brown for April. True?

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    mamiya AFDIII + Aptus 54s + 50-110 AF


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    Tsjanik,
    I was playing and shooting with my 150, interesting experience. That area, Highway 25 is usually already cooked brown by now, dry, hot cattle country. It is in its last green as you can see. Lupine were going crazy, and there are some poppies.

    We had a dry winter here, and only about 50-55% of our average snowpack, so it will be a poor water year. Also poor waterfall year, not a good year for Yosemite.

    As for the abstract, I am trying to combine my two loves, landscapes and abstract. Glad you like it.

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    Tsjanik,

    I shot it with my 150MM. The Tomales Bay image is 45MM. It is a dry year, with about half the normal snowpack. Bad year for waterfalls, good year for fires, although there will be less fuel.


    Glad you like the abstract quality, it is what I was going for.

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    San Miguel Mission
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    one more

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    Ribersborg, the beach in Malmö.


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    Lake Powell, Page, AZ
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