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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by wryphotography View Post
    @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.


    Caribbean Fire by WRY Photo, on Flickr
    Thanks very much for your kind words!
    I will certainly miss your 6x17 but am quite sure you will have some other good stuffs to show us
    Congrats for the IQ180! I can guarantee you will love it. It is a remarkable back.

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    I some times treat objects in the nature as a person that I will take a photo of.
    What is the character of this person? His/her context?
    What feeling invokes this individual, in its context, in me?

    I find it harder to treat natural objects this way than with human individual.
    And I find them quit unresponsive to any kind of directing from my side.
    Also not much of an response from them when you show them the completed result

    Some times there is some kind of "transfer" in the process and I walk away with a feeling of actually seeing.

    But my most common reaction, when I slap that fantastic photo on the light table, is one of

    Some times though, there is a agreement with what I think I saw and what I actually produced, but way to seldom...

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    Hasselblad 500C/M with Zeiss Distagon C T* 50mm f/4 @ f/8 with CFV-50 Hasselblad digital back @ 50iso 1/15sec

    Pillar of decay


    I hate HDR toning - either via local adaptation method or by manual cloning! ;-) ... too bad highlights are so easily burned within a single digital shot on such a "contrasty" scene! (I miss film... sometimes...)
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    "I hate HDR toning - either via local adaptation method or by manual cloning! ;-) ... too bad highlights are so easily burned within a single digital shot on such a "contrasty" scene! (I miss film... sometimes...)"

    Hi Edouard,
    Me too !!!

    DAB.
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    6 shot pano. Pentax 645D + 55mm

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    PanoFromFiles_IGP9967-76And78And80And85Step6sRGBSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Fiat Bambino..... this is a neighbour's pride and joy.. Leica S2 and s70mm
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    Guys - you might find this interesting. Re. the pano I posted a couple of messages up on this page, I also shot a time lapse the following morning showing the mist (which had formed again) clearing. Not shot on my 645D, so not within the scope of this list, so apologies if this is not within the rules. Consider this a sort of loose 'shooting of' sequence!

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    Monument V alley, UT
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    Monument V alley, UT
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    Pramote

    Love the fence in the first image - just a great contrast - the wild wild west with a fence around it - the question is - "To keep it in or keep it out"?

    Thanks for sharing, I'm inspired.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pesto View Post
    "I hate HDR toning - either via local adaptation method or by manual cloning! ;-) ... too bad highlights are so easily burned within a single digital shot on such a "contrasty" scene! (I miss film... sometimes...)"

    Hi Edouard,
    Me too !!!

    DAB.

    ;-) it's not that I want details in the highlights, but the transition to burn out is too harsh!... why is there no non-linear (in the highlight) sensor!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    Pramote

    Love the fence in the first image - just a great contrast - the wild wild west with a fence around it - the question is - "To keep it in or keep it out"?

    Thanks for sharing, I'm inspired.


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    Thanks Mal! I truly appreciate your kind words.
    I love the fence too. It gives me some undescribable feeling about the Navajo land.
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    Lower Antelope, Page, AZ
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    [IMG]
    _IGP9964Step4sRGBSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


    Lower Antelope, Page, AZ
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    It's hard to be surprised by a Antelope shot. We've all seen so many. So this one stands out all the more. Wonderful use of vignette. Wonderful finishing. The lines lead your eye on a roller coaster. The groupings of primary waves/bumps/protrusions create a great rhythm. Really beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpeterson View Post
    It's hard to be surprised by a Antelope shot. We've all seen so many. So this one stands out all the more. Wonderful use of vignette. Wonderful finishing. The lines lead your eye on a roller coaster. The groupings of primary waves/bumps/protrusions create a great rhythm. Really beautiful.
    Thanks very much Doug! I really appreciate your complement.
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    I guess this is like cat photos - allowed every now and then because we understand that grandparents with cameras will do this sort of stuff.

    This is Ellie and can any of us recapture the capacity of a child to be innocent and totally in the moment?

    IQ180, 80mm LS lens 1/200 @ f5.6 iso200.
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    This one I absolutely love. Great moment.

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    Thanks Greg for the positive rap.

    Also appreciate the others who have given the image a like -

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    Used the new Lightroom 5 Beta to do initial work on this underexposed noisy shot from last summer. Used the new radial tool very, very subtly. Focus stacked using four images. 15 - 20 sec exposures each at f/6.7. It was getting quite dark doing these. Three mile headlamp hike back to the truck afterwards. Pentax 645D, 35mm-A lens. Graduated filter. Not one of my best, but hey, might as well post it.
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    AF645 | IQ180 | 80mm | around 30 Images



    Oh and NO it's not a dust spot in the top right corner! It's flying!

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post


    I guess this is like cat photos - allowed every now and then because we understand that grandparents with cameras will do this sort of stuff.

    This is Ellie and can any of us recapture the capacity of a child to be innocent and totally in the moment?

    IQ180, 80mm LS lens 1/200 @ f5.6 iso200.
    This picture is so beautiful! Thanks for sharing.
    Is ISO 200, sensor +?
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    Some fashion to relax from those masses of landscapes:

    H4D-40, 80mm, flashes ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    This picture is so beautiful! Thanks for sharing.
    Is ISO 200, sensor +?
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    No just straight 200iso.

    My wife was shooting at the same time with her canon - so I compromised a bit on my iso to get my exposure right.

    Also thanks for sharing my pleasure in this image - sometimes one gets lucky I guess.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher View Post

    Oh and NO it's not a dust spot in the top right corner! It's flying!

    I think I'll just save this airplane and use it for my dust spots too.
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    From Sunday morning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
    [IMG]
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    This one qualifies as one of the best of the year so far!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    Used the new Lightroom 5 Beta to do initial work on this underexposed noisy shot from last summer. Used the new radial tool very, very subtly. Focus stacked using four images. 15 - 20 sec exposures each at f/6.7. It was getting quite dark doing these. Three mile headlamp hike back to the truck afterwards. Pentax 645D, 35mm-A lens. Graduated filter. Not one of my best, but hey, might as well post it.
    Wildrover:

    I think I saw the same water last summer as it passed through the St. Lawrence.

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    Bill - thank you so much :-)

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    Not sure my shot deserves that level of praise, but I really appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
    Not sure my shot deserves that level of praise, but I really appreciate it.
    Ed:

    You post some really terrific shots.
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    I like photos in the rain, but I hope the weather improves.


    _IGP1121 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Tom:
    That water sure gets around. Nice shot. Love the clouds and silhouetted foreground. Nice that the sun decided to give you a wink before going away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    Tom:
    That water sure gets around. Nice shot. Love the clouds and silhouetted foreground. Nice that the sun decided to give you a wink before going away.
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    Thank you. Until I got the 645D, I was using film and I must say I still prefer how film handles the sun. This is a blended exposure with a separate shot just for the sun to keep it from turning into an unattractive white sploch.
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    Beauty comes, beauty goes. This little flower was in my living room for a week, while I was on a business trip.

    Just arrived a few minutes ago, I feared the composition will be not the same when I'll return from shopping, so I decided to immediately take this shot. Looks like an explosion of color:

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    1, 2, 3 ...


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    645D multishot pano (this covers a full 360). Flinders Ranges in South Australia.

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    IQ180+SK 72L 5mm up shift:

    Bridge of Sighs - Venice, Italy (of course):

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    IQ180+SK 72L 5mm up shift:

    Bridge of Sighs - Venice, Italy (of course):
    There is a Bridge of Sighs in Cambridge, England. But that does not look like St. John's College...
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    [QUOTE=etrump;507018]IQ180+SK 72L 5mm up shift:

    Bridge of Sighs - Venice, Italy (of course):

    Really Nice - a perfect image - great BW
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    Still sticking with that ol' Tulip ...

    I call her "burning devil":

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