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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    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).
    Richard, this is an awesome shot from WP. Looks like waves crashing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    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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    Early morning in Tremont - fantastic! Your spot is easier to get to but 10 hours drive for me.

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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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    Really nice work Joe. Would you mind sharing a b&w version of it?

    Regards

    BTW: The ones on your website are even more stunning.

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    Marigot Bay, Saint Lucia
    Cambo, IQ180, HR32

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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.
    Vincent,
    I think Joe's advice is the best - hire a guide. But....... If you're so inclined - you can research a trip here. White Pocket Paria Canyon - White Pocket These are excellent guides to lots of places in the southwest. I've included photos of my big rolling camera bag. This is the section above Paw Hole, and is the worse section. The longer route in is better, but still has some areas that could eat your vehicle. If you break down or get stuck back there you will have a long wait and it could get very expensive. I've always been there in the spring. It's likely that later in the year, the sand will dry out more and be even that much more difficult. I got stuck in this section on one of my trips and thought I was in for a long day. I deflated the tires down to about 15lbs not thinking that would do much, but I crawled right on out. My last trip To White Pocket I had to make a detour to Page after coming out because one of my U-Joints was about to blow apart. So.... Joe's advise, or proceed with caution and have an adventure. Oh yea, don't rely on GPS alone. Use maps. Photo credits go to my son, Collin Longseth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Richard, this is an awesome shot from WP. Looks like waves crashing!
    Thanks Ed. I had forgotten what my film images looked like. I've been concentrating so much on my recent digital files and at getting better at processing. It was a pleasure to dig it up and show it.

    I love your river shots. Makes me want to get out and get at it again - I've been mostly hibernating this winter. Can't wait. Good luck with your endeavors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxKißler View Post
    Really nice work Joe. Would you mind sharing a b&w version of it?

    Regards

    BTW: The ones on your website are even more stunning.
    Max, thanks very much. That's very kind. Here's one just for you:



    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    Vincent,
    I think Joe's advice is the best - hire a guide. But....... If you're so inclined - you can research a trip here. White Pocket Paria Canyon - White Pocket These are excellent guides to lots of places in the southwest. I've included photos of my big rolling camera bag. This is the section above Paw Hole, and is the worse section. The longer route in is better, but still has some areas that could eat your vehicle. If you break down or get stuck back there you will have a long wait and it could get very expensive. I've always been there in the spring. It's likely that later in the year, the sand will dry out more and be even that much more difficult. I got stuck in this section on one of my trips and thought I was in for a long day. I deflated the tires down to about 15lbs not thinking that would do much, but I crawled right on out. My last trip To White Pocket I had to make a detour to Page after coming out because one of my U-Joints was about to blow apart. So.... Joe's advise, or proceed with caution and have an adventure. Oh yea, don't rely on GPS alone. Use maps.
    And just to put more fear in your heart, here's one taken by my friend Mike Worley as we were trying to help the stranded photographer who got stuck. That's me looking gobsmacked, and our guide with his back turned to the disaster:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Nice way to test out new kit! (that has to be Norway...)
    Yeah.. Northen Norway in a place called Tromsø. Still snow and +4celsius
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    Surnadal here, and we had snow yesterday! 2. may! had to turn back on way to a shoot due to heavy snow and high winds! Normally OK to switch to summer tyres by 1st of may... not this year!

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    I've recently shot a couple of images in the workshop of the Berliner Zeitungsdruck GmbH. A printing plant for one of Berlin's major newspapers.

    Aptus 22 and 50mm Shift.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Max, thanks very much. That's very kind. Here's one just for you:


    And just to put more fear in your heart, here's one taken by my friend Mike Worley as we were trying to help the stranded photographer who got stuck. That's me looking gobsmacked, and our guide with his back turned to the disaster:

    Hire a guide!

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Max, only in Germany would a full time printing press of such complexity be so freaking clean!
    I am not a painter, nor an artist. Therefore I can see straight, and that may be my undoing. - Alfred Stieglitz

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Max, only in Germany would a full time printing press of such complexity be so freaking clean!
    Great (clean) images .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by MaxKißler View Post
    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
    Thanks very much Max! I can't disagree more with your thoughtful comment.

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    I just wanted to say that I'm overwhelmed by the quality of pictures on this site, and in this thread in particular. It's really humbling to look at what you guys are capable of doing and then having to go home and look at my images.

    You have all set the bar very high. It's out of my reach at the moment but something I will continue to strive towards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Max, only in Germany would a full time printing press of such complexity be so freaking clean!
    Yeah, Germans are really weird in this regard. Though, I have to admit this is only the place where everything gets packed up. The hall with the giant printing presses was a tad more dusty from all that ink.

    However, the people working there were very kind and the management seems to appreciate photography. So I feel honored and am glad they let me shoot there.
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    This is the original shot I did as a part of my school duty and the reason I went there in the first place. Requirements were to shoot an interior of a large production facility on 4x5.


    Cambo Legend 4x5, 90mm SA XL at f32, 1,5min, CHS100

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    adam:
    " It's out of my reach at the moment"
    nonsense!
    this is a very polite site and i am sure all would welcome your work. posting should be enabling, not humbling
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam L View Post
    I just wanted to say that I'm overwhelmed by the quality of pictures on this site, and in this thread in particular. It's really humbling to look at what you guys are capable of doing and then having to go home and look at my images.

    You have all set the bar very high. It's out of my reach at the moment but something I will continue to strive towards.
    IMO, this is the thing that is so great about photography: You are constantly getting better at it. Two years ago I contributed to this thread with some really horrible images. Images that make me feel ashamed to have even shared them. But it was probably alright to have done so, otherwise nobody could have given me advice to improve my photography.

    Just give it a start, what's the worst thing that could happen?
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    Max, I love your printing plant pictures. So much details, and it looks like a maze.

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    If it weren't apparent, I seem to have a thing for intense colors.

    Phase One 645DF, Phase One 75-150mm f/4.5D, Leaf Aptus-II 12


    Death Valley. by coulombic, on Flickr

    Phase One 645DF, Phase One 75-150mm f/4.5D, Leaf Aptus-II 12


    Death Valley. by coulombic, on Flickr

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


    An explosion of light and color. by coulombic, on Flickr
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    Gabe:

    The first one knocked my socks off- just stunning.

    Tom

    PS I didn't know it was possible to find views of the dunes in Death Valley without footprints and photographers in the shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by coulombic View Post
    If it weren't apparent, I seem to have a thing for intense colors.

    Phase One 645DF, Phase One 75-150mm f/4.5D, Leaf Aptus-II 12


    Death Valley. by coulombic, on Flickr

    Phase One 645DF, Phase One 75-150mm f/4.5D, Leaf Aptus-II 12


    Death Valley. by coulombic, on Flickr

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


    An explosion of light and color. by coulombic, on Flickr
    OK, time for some rightful critique!

    The first picture:
    The beautiful shift from the soft dunes in the foreground to the edgy clifs in the background .

    The second picture:
    A wonderful shift of colors between the foreground and the background.
    But the really brilliant thing is the small arc of clouds in the far background.

    The third photo:
    The beautiful sun rays in this photo!!

    Realy nice set of photos!!!

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    Was in Bilbao, Spain last week. Mainly for business in Pamplona, but I did manage to visit the Guggenheim Bilbao.

    Unfortunatelly, they don't lit the building very well. Anyway, here we go with my first Pano (6 shots, stiched with PS CS6).

    H4D-40, HC 50-110:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Thanks very much Max! I can't disagree more with your thoughtful comment.

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    Was that a typo? Disagree?

    If it was intentional, it has to be the most polite way I've ever seen of dissing a critic! Like something a Victorian gent would say: "Truly, your comment was expressed in a manner befitting a thoughtful consideration, but the sentiments expressed within it were utter tosh, such that one reaches the maximum extent of disagreement. Good day to you, sire!".

    Or maybe it hinges on the "more".
    "I can't disagree with" = I agree with.
    But "I can't disagree more with" = I vehemently disagree with; I disagree to such an absolute extent that there is no more disagreement possible beyond that.

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    Painterly scene near my home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    Max, I love your printing plant pictures. So much details, and it looks like a maze.
    Thanks Matías.

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    S + 35mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Painterly scene near my home.
    Gotta love those red barns, Ed!! The light in this scene is wonderful. Excellent capture. Congratulations.

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    I love when the sky is dancing in front of me!
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    Incredible shots of Death Valley!!! I want to go back there again soon..

    Some beauty from the studio today.


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    Another shot from La Réunion



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    Love playing with dof wide open

    55mm AF F2.8 wide open on P20 back

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    new one from me, from the San Antonio Riverwalk. One of the first days out shooting with it the qi180.

    Mamiya AFD 55mm


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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
    Another shot from La Réunion



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    The grass looks definitely greener on the other side ...

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    Its tulip time. Fooling around with the S2 and the 30-90 zoom and the fantastic 120 macro.










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    Yosemite Nat'l Park, CA
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    I met Victoria in Barcelona, Spain for a fashion shooting. We had a great gig in an old factory. This was from the "setup-shots" to get the lighting etc.

    More to come ...

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    I found some more than 30 year old color slides .
    As far as I can remember , EKTACHROME , Mamiya C330S , 180mm .



    Fun with MF images . Anyone else ?
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Do not push the red button!

    2 images stitch with a
    Hasselblad 500C/M + Zeiss Distagon C T* 50mm at f/8 on a CFV-50 digital back at iso50, 2sec

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    I found some more than 30 year old color slides .
    As far as I can remember , EKTACHROME , Mamiya C330S , 180mm .
    EKTACHROME? Was ist das denn?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Simply great, I really enjoy your Yosemite images. This one's my favorite.
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