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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


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    That's pretty.

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    That's pretty.

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    I've always felt Black & White and long exposure are a good match.
    This is a Black & White version.
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    Some photos from our IQ2 Pre-Launch Party a couple weeks ago.

    Phase One IQ260 Prototype on Phase One DF+ with Schneider 28LS and Schneider 110LS. Profoto Pro-B4 with Beauty Dish. Processed in Capture One v7.1.1. Reviewed wirelessly without tethering on an iPad 3.

    Images used with permission of the photographers. See watermark and link under the image.


    Photo by Doug Peterson



    Photo by Luke Potter



    Photo by Alessandro Casagli



    Photo by Brian Hirschfeld

    We will be hosting another round Phase One IQ2 events coming up in April and May in Washingon DC, Colorado, New York, and Texas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxKißler View Post
    Love this one the best. That slight motion really works in the setting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpeterson View Post
    Some photos from our IQ2 Pre-Launch Party a couple weeks ago.

    Phase One IQ260 Prototype on Phase One DF+ with Schneider 28LS and Schneider 110LS. Profoto Pro-B4 with Beauty Dish. Processed in Capture One v7.1.1. Reviewed wirelessly without tethering on an iPad 3.
    So how is that extra 1/2 stop DR on the IQ2 series? Any significant difference to the previous backs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kolor-Pikker View Post
    So how is that extra 1/2 stop DR on the IQ2 series? Any significant difference to the previous backs?
    Too early to tell 100%. The prototypes (used primarily for demonstration of long exposure and wireless) are not using all the final hardware which in the production-track backs are being used to squeeze that last 1/2 DR out. The software support is also preliminary. Anytime the hardware team makes changes the software team needs time to tweak the formulas and make use of additional understanding of the underlying data.

    When we have a final production unit, final software, we'll be doing more thorough testing compared to previous generations to show where additional DR is manifest and where it is not. For now all I can give you is my general impression that there is indeed an improvement, most notable in the detail, color accuracy, and tonal transitions in deep shadows.
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    The lens i prefere for people on my AFDlll system is the 150mm AF.
    (A bit long in the studio, though)

    It feels almost as some of my old RZ lenses.

    AFDlll, 150 AF, P45+
    E Ranger Q lightning

    Ray


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    Did some Beauty-Research while here in Paris: The beautful Melissa Mendiny:

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    Grand Canyon Nat'l Park, AZ
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    Went down to Coyote Gulch in Utah and did about 40 miles of backpacking. Here are some of the resulting images:


    Jacob Hamblin Arch. by coulombic, on Flickr


    Swiss Cheese Falls, II. by coulombic, on Flickr


    Swiss Cheese Falls. by coulombic, on Flickr

    All images used the same setup -- Leaf Aptus-II 12, Phase One 645DF, and a Phase One 28mm f/4.5D.
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    From the backyard, with the Leica S, handheld:

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    My Mamiya RZ was a love affair at the first sight.
    We first meet at a trade show, in a both from a local photo gear supplier.
    I went straight in and picked her up in my hands when I saw her.
    She fitted right in in my hand, we where made for each other.
    So there and then I decided on a marriage!

    But this dealer was not for me, so I went home and started to scan the local Swedish photo adds.
    And in a week I found a large RZ kit from a pro that was going 100% digital + half a freezer of film.

    Then it was just a matter of time before I got a digital back, a P45.
    So The RZ and the P45, a double love affair for me

    To work with the waist level finder was to be part of the scene, to in some way participate directly.
    It was to be actively engaged in creation. Perfect for portrait.

    Then I got side tracked by commercial clients complaining of slow process with the RZ and I switched to AFD for quicker focus.
    But the only thing I really gained was a big camera in my face that got in the way,
    excluded me in some what from direct participation in the proces of creation.
    I dumped my true love for a pair of legs, so to say
    And constantly regretting that switch.

    So, checking different possibility to get back to my try love.
    Soooone now, once again I will drown in her eyes, ehh I mean look deep in her waist level finder.
    Or, hmm, well you know what I mean

    RZ, 65mm, P45

    Ray

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    Beautiful Work!

    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    My Mamiya RZ was a love affair at the first sight.
    We first meet at a trade show, in a both from a local photo gear supplier.
    I went straight in and picked her up in my hands when I saw her.
    She fitted right in in my hand, we where made for each other.
    So there and then I decided on a marriage!

    But this dealer was not for me, so I went home and started to scan the local Swedish photo adds.
    And in a week I found a large RZ kit from a pro that was going 100% digital + half a freezer of film.

    Then it was just a matter of time before I got a digital back, a P45.
    So The RZ and the P45, a double love affair for me

    To work with the waist level finder was to be part of the scene, to in some way participate directly.
    It was to be actively engaged in creation. Perfect for portrait.

    Then I got side tracked by commercial clients complaining of slow process with the RZ and I switched to AFD for quicker focus.
    But the only thing I really gained was a big camera in my face that got in the way,
    excluded me in some what from direct participation in the proces of creation.
    I dumped my true love for a pair of legs, so to say
    And constantly regretting that switch.

    So, checking different possibility to get back to my try love.
    Soooone now, once again I will drown in her eyes, ehh I mean look deep in her waist level finder.
    Or, hmm, well you know what I mean

    RZ, 65mm, P45

    Ray

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    Alpa Max
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    Having snow today (free, if anyone wants any), I was playing around. Pentax 645D and A 120mm macro. This is one of my grandfather's tools.



    This is a 100% crop and the image was made at f/16. This is right out of ACR.



    However, this is the image I really like from the session. This is also right out of ACR and a straight camera image.

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    Why I love California.....
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    Grand Canyon Nat'l Park, AZ
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    I have lots of pictures with my most recent trip to Page/Grand Canyon. Thanks for letting me share this experience
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    Have great weekend!
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    Grand Canyon, AZ
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    Hartblei HCam B1, Leaf Aptus-II 12, Canon 24mm TSE II.


    Panther Creek Falls. by coulombic, on Flickr


    Panther Creek. by coulombic, on Flickr
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    Phase one 645DF, Leaf Aptus-II 12, Phase One 28mm f/4.5D


    The Needles District by coulombic, on Flickr

    Hartblei HCam B1, Canon 24mm TSE II


    The Fiery Furnace. by coulombic, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    My Mamiya RZ was a love affair at the first sight.
    We first meet at a trade show, in a both from a local photo gear supplier.
    I went straight in and picked her up in my hands when I saw her.
    She fitted right in in my hand, we where made for each other.
    So there and then I decided on a marriage!

    But this dealer was not for me, so I went home and started to scan the local Swedish photo adds.
    And in a week I found a large RZ kit from a pro that was going 100% digital + half a freezer of film.

    Then it was just a matter of time before I got a digital back, a P45.
    So The RZ and the P45, a double love affair for me

    To work with the waist level finder was to be part of the scene, to in some way participate directly.
    It was to be actively engaged in creation. Perfect for portrait.

    Then I got side tracked by commercial clients complaining of slow process with the RZ and I switched to AFD for quicker focus.
    But the only thing I really gained was a big camera in my face that got in the way,
    excluded me in some what from direct participation in the proces of creation.
    I dumped my true love for a pair of legs, so to say
    And constantly regretting that switch.

    So, checking different possibility to get back to my try love.
    Soooone now, once again I will drown in her eyes, ehh I mean look deep in her waist level finder.
    Or, hmm, well you know what I mean

    RZ, 65mm, P45

    Ray

    Okay Ray,
    You know I am a woman right? You are so romantic Don't write stuff like that for me to read!!

    I have a RZ IID + P45, but the RZ is packed away. I think I'll pull mine out and see if I can find the 'love' too!

    Darr
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    Well Darr, I was born in -54 and based on what ever little wisdom I gathered during this journey,
    I now declare that the only thing that matters for me is to follow my true, creative heart
    Anything else, it is just a waste of whatever time I got left.

    Now, the creative "romance" I have with my camera equipment is way more important than what the looks of its specifications might be.

    So of course, you should bring your RZ out and start the dance

    Ray
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    My Mamiya RZ was a love affair at the first sight.
    We first meet at a trade show, in a both from a local photo gear supplier.
    I went straight in and picked her up in my hands when I saw her.
    She fitted right in in my hand, we where made for each other.
    So there and then I decided on a marriage!

    But this dealer was not for me, so I went home and started to scan the local Swedish photo adds.
    And in a week I found a large RZ kit from a pro that was going 100% digital + half a freezer of film.

    Then it was just a matter of time before I got a digital back, a P45.
    So The RZ and the P45, a double love affair for me

    To work with the waist level finder was to be part of the scene, to in some way participate directly.
    It was to be actively engaged in creation. Perfect for portrait.

    Then I got side tracked by commercial clients complaining of slow process with the RZ and I switched to AFD for quicker focus.
    But the only thing I really gained was a big camera in my face that got in the way,
    excluded me in some what from direct participation in the proces of creation.
    I dumped my true love for a pair of legs, so to say
    And constantly regretting that switch.

    So, checking different possibility to get back to my try love.
    Soooone now, once again I will drown in her eyes, ehh I mean look deep in her waist level finder.
    Or, hmm, well you know what I mean

    RZ, 65mm, P45

    Ray

    This is absolutely not just only a pretty picture, it is an ART.
    Master work, Ray!
    Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    This is absolutely not just only a pretty picture, it is an ART.
    Master work, Ray!
    Thanks for sharing.
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    Thank you for your kind words Pramote!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    From the backyard, with the Leica S, handheld:

    I really like this image Joe. Then again...I'm very partial to the look of the Leica S. Your image really represents the accurate rendering of this camera. Just beautiful!

    All the best,
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    Heavy crop of a hand-held shot with a 400mm lens in bad light. The image will never see print form; nonetheless, I thought you all might enjoy it. If you ever feel you've eaten too much - relax, you really haven't.


    _IGP0999 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddanois View Post
    I really like this image Joe. Then again...I'm very partial to the look of the Leica S. Your image really represents the accurate rendering of this camera. Just beautiful!

    All the best,
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    +1! I really like the natural rendering of Joe's image too. Too often, flower pics are over processed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Heavy crop of a hand-held shot with a 400mm lens in bad light. The image will never see print form; nonetheless, I thought you all might enjoy it. If you ever feel you've eaten too much - relax, you really haven't.


    _IGP0999 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    Wow Tom,

    Last year I was shooting some Herons and other water fowl eating small fish in a similar fashion as the one you pictured, but nothing like the size of that fish that's going "down the hatch". I've never witnessed anything like that. Any idea what type of fish is being eaten?

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    [QUOTE=Grayhand;505685]My Mamiya RZ was a love affair at the first sight.
    We first meet at a trade show, in a both from a local photo gear supplier.
    I went straight in and picked her up in my hands when I saw her.
    She fitted right in in my hand, we where made for each other.
    So there and then I decided on a marriage!

    But this dealer was not for me, so I went home and started to scan the local Swedish photo adds.
    And in a week I found a large RZ kit from a pro that was going 100% digital + half a freezer of film.

    Then it was just a matter of time before I got a digital back, a P45.
    So The RZ and the P45, a double love affair for me

    To work with the waist level finder was to be part of the scene, to in some way participate directly.
    It was to be actively engaged in creation. Perfect for portrait.

    Then I got side tracked by commercial clients complaining of slow process with the RZ and I switched to AFD for quicker focus.
    But the only thing I really gained was a big camera in my face that got in the way,
    excluded me in some what from direct participation in the proces of creation.
    I dumped my true love for a pair of legs, so to say
    And constantly regretting that switch.

    So, checking different possibility to get back to my try love.
    Soooone now, once again I will drown in her eyes, ehh I mean look deep in her waist level finder.
    Or, hmm, well you know what I mean

    RZ, 65mm, P45

    Ray


    WOW I can see why - this is gorgeous -- magnificent !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Thank´s Philip!
    I am glad you liked it

    This photo is from a series with my favorite designer, Anna Hedström.
    Anna made ​​all the paper in this outfit by hand. All paper are filled with words, handwritten by Anna.
    Faced with such devotion, I have as a photographer to pull myself up by my bootstraps to a higher creative level.
    So, Credit where credit´s due

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    Monument Valley, UT
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    Monument Valley, UT at Sunrise
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    Very nice series, Pramote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very nice series, Pramote.
    Thank you very much Lloyd!
    Monument Valley is an outstanding place. I slept only a couple of hours to take these pictures as we were there for only less than 24 hours.
    I would spend 3-4 days next time to capture what I missed.
    The rock formation is absolutely world-class.
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    Phase One 645DF, Leaf Aptus-II 12, Phase One 75-150mm D.


    Yosemite. by coulombic, on Flickr

    Phase One 645DF, Leaf Aptus-II 12, Phase One 28mm f/4.5D


    Lower Proxy Falls. by coulombic, on Flickr
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    Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore last summer at sunrise. Pentax 645D, 35mm-A. Some focus stacking and exposure blending.
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    Heavy crop of a hand-held shot with a 400mm lens in bad light. The image will never see print form; nonetheless, I thought you all might enjoy it. If you ever feel you've eaten too much - relax, you really haven't.


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    Tsjanik, Looks like you have a very nice performing 400mm. Nice shot. I have a copy of the Pentax 400mmFA, but haven't had real good luck with it yet. I have a long lens support from RRS and also a clamp that I attach to the tripod leg and then up to the camera quick release. I suspect it has to do with my shutter speeds not being optimal. I definitely need to do more testing to figure things out better.

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    This front was moving out this evening after dinner. Pentax 645D and A120mm, a bunch of vertical frames stitched, handheld.

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    This front was moving out this evening after dinner. Pentax 645D and A120mm, a bunch of vertical frames stitched, handheld.
    Amazing front. I'm sure you're glad it's leaving.
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    Whatever takes the snow away...

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    Whatever takes the snow away...
    Right. Keep in mind I often see your weather a day before you do

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    Tsjanik, Looks like you have a very nice performing 400mm. Nice shot. I have a copy of the Pentax 400mmFA, but haven't had real good luck with it yet. I have a long lens support from RRS and also a clamp that I attach to the tripod leg and then up to the camera quick release. I suspect it has to do with my shutter speeds not being optimal. I definitely need to do more testing to figure things out better.
    WildRover:

    My copy of the 400mm is excellent. I bought it used and the former owner clearly did not take special care, at least cosmetically. All reports of the 400mm I've seen indicate a superb lens (including Digiloyd). You should be able to achieve excellent results with a good copy. You mention non-optimal shutter speeds, the shutter of the 645D can cause problems at slow shutter speeds when the body is not mounted to the head, as is the case with any lens above 200mm. I assembled a stabilization device for long lenses; it seems to work well.


    _IGP1179 by tsjanik47, on Flickr

    Made mostly from Sunwayfoto components (from Amazon). I would not use this for the 400mm unless shutter speeds are less than 1/60-1/30.
    It sounds as if you have taken steps to stabilize the body. Do you get good results at high shutter speeds?

    Good luck,

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    This front was moving out this evening after dinner. Pentax 645D and A120mm, a bunch of vertical frames stitched, handheld.

    This is really nice - Must look great printed large
    I like this very much - very special
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    Thanks Phil. At about 20,000 x 7,000 pixels, it would make a nice print.

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    From a little later this evening. Pentax 645D, 55mm, stitched pano, handheld.

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    @shashin - that pano of the front is very impressive
    @coulombic - both are fantastic but i particularly like the first.
    @Landscapelover - nice series, i really like the sepia toned one




    I've been shooting all weekend with my new to me mamiya AFD, iq180, 55mm and 75-150.
    Don't have any pics to show cause i dont have a CF reader for my mac.

    Here's another shot from my fuji 617.
    RVP50 of course. Long exposure.


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