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    Lilla Beddinge, Almost as far south as you can go in Sweden.


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    _IGP8789Step8sRGBSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    RZ Proll, maybe 140 macro, P45+

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    Monument Valley, UT
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    From a recent shoot for a company who make mobile offices/canteens/tea-break cabins for on-site usage... After the usual product documentation I always play a bit so the designer has plenty to choose from and I play a bit for myself too.. here a low dof 7 stitch pano...
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    Some coat hooks.. one shot with the 80mmf28 an dthe other with the HCD28mm at f4



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    Dresden, Germany, earlier this week

    Credo 80, 645DF+, 28mm/4.5 LS





    Credo 60, Hassy 500 C/M, 80mm/2.8 CFE (on the following night, note the star-like effect on the street lights)


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    This evening's sunset in Sweden.


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    The girl in my apartment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    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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    thanks.

    No need to worry, i have quite the backlog of scanned 617's that go back to 2011. I also fully intend on producing 617's with the iq180 as i think i "see" best in panos. But i also want to shoot in different formats. The 180 offers that flexibility.

    Anyway I went for a 4 day trip with it last weekend and have been shooting it almost every day. The files are simply amazing. they are so clean. Here's a shot from yesterday's sunrise.

    This was two shots focus stacked in helicon focus at f16 and f22 i believe, f16 for infinity and f22 for the up close flowers.. To be quite honest i dont see diffraction at f16 or f22. The file are so much cleaner than my 3200ppi scans(obvious i know) that i believe you can print these files just as big if not bigger than those scans.


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    B&W conversion I've tried after seeing Stan's tulips.


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    Tom, beautiful. Now, what are you going to try after seeing Stan's girl?
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    Well, Stan's girl is in his apartment. This might be a girl, not sure, but my wife likes these.


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    Something different.

    Here's a link to the whole set.
    Welcome to the Portfolio of Stephen Jonas owner of SFJ Photography - The Coroner
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    I must admit that I quite often feels like a rather odd duck in the phothograpic pond.
    Especially when the discussion goes to which photographer is your biggest source of inspiration.
    And I have to admit that I am incapable to name one photographer that inspires me and the way I work
    I watch a lot of photos, all the time. Here and all over the place. And of course individual photos can inspire me.
    But not as a "style".

    My base of inspiration is art, water color and oil. Both for landscape and portrait. And statues of different kind.
    To walk around a 3D-object and see the light play on the structure, that is for me inspiration to "style".

    I have slowly began to look at how to transfer the old masters to a new socio-cultural and structural context.
    And it still feels a bit confusing, but that is my most creative state, one that I prefers to a state of certainty.
    If I am secure, then nothing new happens.

    So I am now slowly putting together my favorite tools agin for this little project.
    And it is almost a suicidal project, but I like those projects best

    The photo below is in many ways a "rip of" that not includes any thing new.
    It is from a series I made to study light, and it confirmed for me that my basic idea would work.
    Now I maybe will have some time this summer to dig deeper in this, so we will see...

    RZ Proll, think it was 65 A-L, P45

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    I must admit that I quite often feels like a rather odd duck in the phothograpic pond.
    Especially when the discussion goes to which photographer is your biggest source of inspiration.
    And I have to admit that I am incapable to name one photographer that inspires me and the way I work
    I watch a lot of photos, all the time. Here and all over the place. And of course individual photos can inspire me.
    But not as a "style".

    My base of inspiration is art, water color and oil. Both for landscape and portrait. And statues of different kind.
    To walk around a 3D-object and see the light play on the structure, that is for me inspiration to "style".

    I have slowly began to look at how to transfer the old masters to a new socio-cultural and structural context.
    And it still feels a bit confusing, but that is my most creative state, one that I prefers to a state of certainty.
    If I am secure, then nothing new happens.

    So I am now slowly putting together my favorite tools agin for this little project.
    And it is almost a suicidal project, but I like those projects best

    The photo below is in many ways a "rip of" that not includes any thing new.
    It is from a series I made to study light, and it confirmed for me that my basic idea would work.
    Now I maybe will have some time this summer to dig deeper in this, so we will see...

    RZ Proll, think it was 65 A-L, P45

    This is really great - believe the journey will almost be as enjoyable as the arrival (although the feeling of arrival will keep changing). The destination will be a real fantastic place inhabited by images.
    Go Explore Enjoy you have great tools and imagination.
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    Row, Row, Row Your Boat


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    I must admit that I quite often feels like a rather odd duck in the phothograpic pond.
    Especially when the discussion goes to which photographer is your biggest source of inspiration.
    And I have to admit that I am incapable to name one photographer that inspires me and the way I work
    I watch a lot of photos, all the time. Here and all over the place. And of course individual photos can inspire me.
    But not as a "style".

    My base of inspiration is art, water color and oil. Both for landscape and portrait. And statues of different kind.
    To walk around a 3D-object and see the light play on the structure, that is for me inspiration to "style".

    I have slowly began to look at how to transfer the old masters to a new socio-cultural and structural context.
    And it still feels a bit confusing, but that is my most creative state, one that I prefers to a state of certainty.
    If I am secure, then nothing new happens.

    So I am now slowly putting together my favorite tools agin for this little project.
    And it is almost a suicidal project, but I like those projects best

    The photo below is in many ways a "rip of" that not includes any thing new.
    It is from a series I made to study light, and it confirmed for me that my basic idea would work.
    Now I maybe will have some time this summer to dig deeper in this, so we will see...

    RZ Proll, think it was 65 A-L, P45

    Would love just a head shot of this pose.
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    Silver Falls State Park - South Falls (P65+, Cambo, SK35)

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    Quote Originally Posted by alajuela View Post
    This is really great - believe the journey will almost be as enjoyable as the arrival (although the feeling of arrival will keep changing). The destination will be a real fantastic place inhabited by images.
    Go Explore Enjoy you have great tools and imagination.
    Phil
    Thanks for those encouraging words Philip!
    There is some ideas that is now crawling up from the dark cellars

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    Alpa Max
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    ed:

    know silver falls quite well, was there last august. my youngest kids went to summer camp in the area. nice spot. i'm assuming you walked behind the falls? a fine spot
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    ed:

    know silver falls quite well, was there last august. my youngest kids went to sumemr camp in the area. nice spot. i'm assuming you walked behind the falls? a fine spot
    Extremely cool place. The trail that goes behind the falls is fantastic but I took no pics as the light was not good when I hiked it.

    Rained on us all night but it was worth it the next morning.

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    Pentax 645D, 600mm + 1.4x with crop. I see Mark Rothko paintings in the scenes Lake Erie presents; have I translated those to a photograph? Not really, but it's fun to try..


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    Canyon Flames

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    nicely done, both trump and tsjanik!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post


    This evening's sunset in Sweden.


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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Wow - impressive!
    Thank you Ed, your comment is highly appreciated!

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    Love it!

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    Shot with H3DII 31/ HC35

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    One more with the H3DII 31/ HC35

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Silver Falls State Park - South Falls (P65+, Cambo, SK35)

    This is really nice Ed, great feeling and great colors.
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    Endless Possibilities
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    Phase One A/S P20, f/8.0, 55mm AF F2.8, Mamiya AFDIII
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    Closed down factory around 3hour drive from where I live in Tromsų/Norway.

    Taken with Mamiya 645 AFD III, 80mm F2.8 at F16/1/60 with Phase One P20 at Iso50.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ElmarDam View Post
    One more with the H3DII 31/ HC35

    An amazing scene. Care to share any background information?

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    I started processing this somewhat off kilter composition as an attempt to hone and practice some photoshop skills that I've yet to fully or even moderately understand. I chose an image that I wasn't too satisfied with - mostly the composition, but also difficult lighting and tried using luminosity masking to bring it around. I never became satisfied with the color version. So the antidote - a black and white layer. Worked on it some more and got this. My son liked the color version, and he's a trusted critic, but Dad overruled. I may try this again sometime when I'm a bit better at processing, but this is it for now.

    Pentax 645D, 35mm A, 3 shot stitch, no coffee morning!!
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    Currently up in Dillard's department stores as a hair advertisement for B. The Product.


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    Quote Originally Posted by IBICO View Post
    Closed down factory around 3hour drive from where I live in Tromsų/Norway.

    Taken with Mamiya 645 AFD III, 80mm F2.8 at F16/1/60 with Phase One P20 at Iso50.



    When you consider this is a 20mp back (if I'm correct)it show's great tonality and detail,displaying the benefits of the Big sensor of medium format..

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    Quote Originally Posted by IBICO View Post
    Closed down factory around 3hour drive from where I live in Tromsų/Norway.

    Taken with Mamiya 645 AFD III, 80mm F2.8 at F16/1/60 with Phase One P20 at Iso50.



    Beautiful tones in your images. Very well done. Looks like there would be lots of possibilities at this location.

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    Hotel for two nights:

    Castillo Gorraiz Golf Hotel & Spa, Navarra, Spain):

    H4D-40, HC 35 mm, f/22, 32 sec.
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    A little bit of family / bath photography...

    Camille daughter taken with Hasselblad 500C/M + Zeiss Distagon C T* 50mm at f/4 on a CFV-50 digital back at iso50, 1/500sec + Elinchrom Ranger Quadra with S Head flash + beauty dish ... too much gear for a bathing baby! but hey, family comes first! ;-)

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    4-frame stitched panorama from the evening of April 12th. This spans from Sirius and Orion on the left, to Jupiter and the crescent Moon with Earthshine in the middle, to Perseus and Andromeda on the right.

    Mamiya 645AFD, Kodak Pro Back DCS645M at ISO 400, 45/2.8 "S" lens at f2.8, 30 seconds x 4 frames.
    I used an AstroTrac unit, which goes between my Manfrotto tripod and Benro ball-head, so the stars are not trailed...not that they would trail all that much in 30 seconds.



    Orion detail, with its famous nebula near the middle:



    I could have used my Canon 5DII for this. The exposures would be shorter and the noise would be lower...but the sharpness would be poorer and the colour would be disappointing in comparison.
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    B&W curfew in Boston. Few more photos in Zenfolio | awolf | Boston, April 18-20

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    Quote Originally Posted by ondebanks View Post
    I used an AstroTrac unit...
    Ray, the AstroTrac is really nice, I (theguywitha645d) used one. I have since side-graded and have a Vixen Polarie--I am just a sucker for small tracking mounts. I have not done much with the Polarie as of yet; the weather has not been on my side. But I am hoping to get some star time this summer. Nice to see you posting here.

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