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    Quote Originally Posted by BANKER1 View Post
    WOW! Fantastic capture.

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    Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ380 |

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    Ah, Palouse. The days I was there were essentially rainy and overcast. Such a let-down.
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    Summer ..

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    View from Barsebäck Golf & Country Club.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Let's not be so serious. Leica S + 120mm macro. The morning after. It did take three of us to consume this the night before.


    I could never keep up with Woody and his friends, but his post made me think: why keep the good stuff?


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    Sure do love that Veuve Cliquot Ponsardin. That should be like orange juice, a glass every morning. Some mornings the whole bottle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    Sure do love that Veuve Cliquot Ponsardin. That should be like orange juice, a glass every morning. Some mornings the whole bottle.
    Lovely stuff, but it takes a special occasion for me to get in that stratosphere of wines; although, now that you mention it, every morning is special, is it not?

    Waterfowl still migrating through the Great Lakes. Flotilla of Mergansers:

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    Iceberg #2 - 3 shot stitch



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    Very nice images!!!!
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    Very nice images, Ed. I've always wanted to shoot icebergs/glaciers.
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    Hi everybody

    I've been away from here for a while now ...

    Happy to share with you my latest photographs from la Réunion



    H4D50 HC 50 mm 2
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    yo Rousseau! Where did the animals go?

    Jerome,

    Very nice image, and great detail.....
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    This is sort of a follow-up from the last photo I posted. I turned around 180 degrees from my initial set-up and photographed this when the clouds started going crazy. The sky got even wilder as I went back to my initial spot, and then, poof the light was gone. I find one of the hardest things to do is keeping my composure and using good technique with quickly changing light and conditions (especially in the early morning hours).http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/images/attach/jpg.gif

    One exposure, no stacking, ETTR, ISO 200, f/13, Pentax 645D, 35mm-A

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    Uh, WildRover, that is a pretty small thumbnail....

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    Whoops. I have yet to figure out how to upload photos the right way.
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    very pretty sky, with a wonderful foreground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    very pretty sky, with a wonderful foreground.
    Thank you Vincent.

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    I made these images using the Pentax 645D (the first 3 using the 35mm A lens, the last one the 120mm macro A), only had it for a few weeks but really liked the camera. Now im looking forward to working with the Arca rm3di w/ IQ160 and 40mm HR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    yo Rousseau! Where did the animals go?

    Jerome,

    Very nice image, and great detail.....
    It is very nice Jerome. Rossseau is a favorite of mine Vincent, you can find the animals here:


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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    This is sort of a follow-up from the last photo I posted. I turned around 180 degrees from my initial set-up and photographed this when the clouds started going crazy. The sky got even wilder as I went back to my initial spot, and then, poof the light was gone. I find one of the hardest things to do is keeping my composure and using good technique with quickly changing light and conditions (especially in the early morning hours).http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/images/attach/jpg.gif

    One exposure, no stacking, ETTR, ISO 200, f/13, Pentax 645D, 35mm-A


    Very nice Wildrover. Where are you taking these?

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    IQ180, Cambo, 55mm, 2-shot stitch

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    Tom,

    This is at the White Pocket section of Vermilion Cliffs National Monument near Page Arizona. It's close to the North and South Coyote Buttes Area. If you look at photos of the horseshoe bend near Page, White Pocket would be 20 miles or so past the river. It's a four wheel drive excursion to get back there with a few tricky spots and some deep soft sand. I camp out of my truck when I've gone - no facilities - but everywhere you look there is something to photograph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    Tom,

    This is at the White Pocket section of Vermilion Cliffs National Monument near Page Arizona. It's close to the North and South Coyote Buttes Area. If you look at photos of the horseshoe bend near Page, White Pocket would be 20 miles or so past the river. It's a four wheel drive excursion to get back there with a few tricky spots and some deep soft sand. I camp out of my truck when I've gone - no facilities - but everywhere you look there is something to photograph.

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    Thanks Rick. I thought perhaps you were somewhere in the Great Lakes. White Pocket sounds like an amazing place:

    White Pocket, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, Arizona | Amusing Planet

    Please post additional shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Thanks Rick. I thought perhaps you were somewhere in the Great Lakes. White Pocket sounds like an amazing place:

    White Pocket, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, Arizona | Amusing Planet

    Please post additional shots.

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    Thats the place. Pretty crazy. An interesting note, if you look carefully at the ninth photo down, you can make out the impressions made by cattle's hoofs over the bare rock. There's pockets and actually a small concrete dam that hold water. The cattle and animals find their way across the rock to the watering holes. I'm often out past dark, and here I just needed to find the cattle trail with my headlamp and follow the pock marks through the rocks to find my way back to camp.

    Rick
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    So is there some info about the drive? I spend a lot of time in the back country in Death Valley, that area appeals to me. (I hiked Paria Canyon two years ago, and would love to do it again.

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    Jerome, it does look like Rousseau does it not? Sans animals of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
    Hi everybody

    I've been away from here for a while now ...

    Happy to share with you my latest photographs from la Réunion



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    This is really great. I second Vincent's comments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Thanks Rick. I thought perhaps you were somewhere in the Great Lakes. White Pocket sounds like an amazing place:

    White Pocket, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, Arizona | Amusing Planet

    Please post additional shots.

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    White Pocket is an "other-worldly" kind of place, the likes of which I hadn't seen before. Three of us hired a guide who drove us in and back out. One unfortunate soul who didn't hire our guide, but followed us in his personal vehicle, got stuck in deep sand on the way in and we couldn't pull him out. He probably spent the night on the road waiting for help.

    Here's an example of what's in White Pocket:



    More here. My advice - hire a guide.

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    Nice stuff JC!

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    Jesus!

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    IQ180, Cambo, 55mm, 2-shot stitch

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    Great Smoky Mountains? Tremont? I love the photograph and the scene.

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    Here's an older shot from the film days from White Pocket. Oh - that Velvia. Pentax 67II (or 6x7 - I carried both in the pack and had different lenses mounted so it was quick to switch between them), 67 45mm, polarizer, Velvia (not sure at the moment which one).
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    So, if you have a brand new Mamiya 300mm F4.5 and your kid want to ride on his bike?
    But next time I`ll have my tripod with me.. or at least a monopod. To take pictures on a halfbright day on iso50 and 1/180 is not recommended.

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    Nice way to test out new kit! (that has to be Norway...)

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    Been slaving away n the pixel mines lately, earning money, but not the kinda pics that belong in a "fun" thread but here is one... In Norway they have this big tradition called Russ, when kids leaving senior school go crazy between the 1. may and the 17th... (wierd coz their exams come after this) The gang together and but vans or busses and just party solid for 17 days... they usually get sponsors to help pay their way... me I did a shoot to decorate a mini-bus with 8 young ladies in...

    H4D-40 & 80mm profoto lighting

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    and one from home... bedtime story... H4D-40 80mm f2.8 iso 1600

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    And I had a visit from Norwegian TV2...

    H4D-40 and the 80mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    yo Rousseau! Where did the animals go?

    Jerome,

    Very nice image, and great detail.....
    Thanks everybody for your nice comments !

    Rousseau used to go at the "jardin d'acclimatation" in Paris where he could admire wild animals in the zoo and exotic plants in greenhouses

    I had the same feeling to be in a giant greenhouse at la Réunion !

    But, no animals here ! No dangerous snakes, no dangerous bugs nor wild animals.

    Just small birds, or "marron" animals (marron is domesticated animals who got wild again, like chicken or pigs)

    From all the disapeared species from this island, the most famous is the dodo (which is now the name of the local beer !)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    And I had a visit from Norwegian TV2...
    Were they coming to mug you or was this the cast for the new Mad Max TV show???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Were they coming to mug you or was this the cast for the new Mad Max TV show???
    Hehe... Actually a fun bunch of folks doing a fun show about life in the sticks... 11 villages over the length and bredth of Norway, a positive slant on life in the country for once...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Ed,

    Great Smoky Mountains? Tremont? I love the photograph and the scene.

    Joe
    Didn't mean to tease Joe. This is Richland Creek Wilderness in Arkansas.

    For those who know me, this is the area where I was nearly killed in October, 2009 - thank God for the hardy souls who rescued me in the middle of the night.

    Another scene slightly upstream shot with the 55mm:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    And I had a visit from Norwegian TV2...

    H4D-40 and the 80mm

    Love this Nathan - Fantastic image and great B&W!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    White Pocket is an "other-worldly" kind of place, the likes of which I hadn't seen before. Three of us hired a guide who drove us in and back out. One unfortunate soul who didn't hire our guide, but followed us in his personal vehicle, got stuck in deep sand on the way in and we couldn't pull him out. He probably spent the night on the road waiting for help.

    Here's an example of what's in White Pocket:



    More here. My advice - hire a guide.

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    Fantastic WP portfolio. Is this during monsoon? Fantastic clouds make these images imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Didn't mean to tease Joe. This is Richland Creek Wilderness in Arkansas.

    For those who know me, this is the area where I was nearly killed in October, 2009 - thank God for the hardy souls who rescued me in the middle of the night.
    Thanks Ed. I thought perhaps we'd photographed the same river. The rocks looked familiar:

    Great Smoky Mountains, Tremont, Phase One 645DF, IQ180, 55mm


    The White Pocket photos were taken after a Spring rain. There was still some standing water in pools around the rock formations. And the sky was simply spectacular that day. I've had some viewers who have asked whether I substituted the skies in Photoshop. Nope!

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Love this Nathan - Fantastic image and great B&W!
    Thanks Ed, glad you enjoyed it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
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    The HC-50 mk2 looks like a fine piece of glass,and I love the shot...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


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    Wow, great work Pramote. I like it a lot. It's like the image consists of five seperate layers each one waiting to be explored.

    Though I'd love to see a less contrasty version of it. Don't know whether it is the clarity but I think the lower half of the image doesn't need to be that contrasty, it's too apparent. Right now, upper and lower half of the image are competing against each other. A much more oldschool look might work better here.

    Regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    The HC-50 mk2 looks like a fine piece of glass,and I love the shot...
    Thanks

    And yes, the new HC 50 is premium lens !

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