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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    One more from my "ISO 800" series, Söderåsen nature reserve.

    But in this photo it was the effect of the polarizer I used that surprised me.
    In the beech forest at Söderåsen, almost everything is more or less green on a sunny day because of the light being filtered through the foliage.
    So I decided to use the polarizer to reduce the green reflections in the water.
    It did reduce some of the green reflections in the water, but it really increased the intensity of the "vertical greenery" in the center.

    I waited for a long time for the wind to settle down, but it newer really went still.

    It's always interesting to wander in a beech forests..

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    This is truly remarkable! Great work Ray!
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    Thanks for your kind words Pramote
    I always feel rewarded when nature offers me a slice of its light.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Another one from Palouse, Rm3di with Rodie 40mm, f - something (prob 16), 1/4 second, ISO 35. used some shift (10) to keep the camera level, and this is a 4 shot vertical stitch, overlapping 75% each time to help with the stitch using a wider lens like this.


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    Just having a bit of practise fun today with the new setup, trying to get the right feel for some more complex movements. The aim in this one, which I will shoot again in nicer light now that I have been able to experiment, was to get the entire ground level facade in focus from near to far and to get the red life saver far right also in focus. Ended up at F8 with around 1.5 degree of swing left and about a five fall for framing, with a bespoke LCC. Rather a boring shot after all that but practise might one day make perfect, technically at least! This is not my special subject so I do need to work on it.
    IQ180/Rodie 40 HR/Alpa STC

    50% size image here - it really is in quite good focus where I wanted...

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    Thought I might have missed the ship when everyone was uploading their Lighthouse photos. Here's one a few miles from where I live in Door County, Wisconsin. Not my usual subject, but I had fun working it up for presentation. This is the Lake Michigan lighthouse at the entrance to the shipping canal (shortcut) into Sturgeon Bay. Pentax 645D, Pentax-FA645 45-85mm at 45mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    Thought I might have missed the ship when everyone was uploading their Lighthouse photos. Here's one a few miles from where I live in Door County, Wisconsin. Not my usual subject, but I had fun working it up for presentation. This is the Lake Michigan lighthouse at the entrance to the shipping canal (shortcut) into Sturgeon Bay. Pentax 645D, Pentax-FA645 45-85mm at 45mm.
    Very calm, but I can imagine the storms that lighthouse has endured; the elevated walkway is a hint.

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    Mamiya 645AFDIII, 35mm, ZD back:
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    Back to our regularly scheduled programming: A red-headed woodpecker, whose glance seems to say "Another human? Why is it I draw so much attention?"



    _IGP7547 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    Actually I think he was curious since he is rarely shot with medium format LOL
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    [IMG] _IGP3323Step5sRGBSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    Actually I think he was curious since he is rarely shot with medium format LOL
    . Maybe he even reads the forum, there is a forum member named Woody isn't there!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcap View Post
    Mamiya 645AFDIII, 35mm, ZD back:
    What a great light and a wonderful picture you show made by the old ZD. It's still great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by weinlamm View Post
    What a great light and a wonderful picture you show made by the old ZD. It's still great.
    Thanks Christian! Indeed, wonderful light that evening....

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    The Grand Tetons photographed over Jackson Lake from Colter Bay.

    323 seconds


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    Well the thread is called 'fun' with.... so here's a little game. Spot the obvious mistake:



    Another image coming up later, to show another version of the same daft image.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Well the thread is called 'fun' with.... so here's a little game. Spot the obvious mistake:



    Another image coming up later, to show another version of the same daft image.
    err, the guy's reflection is missing in the water?

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    OK, smart @ss Bob! I was going to post this one next but you are waay ahead....

    I was piddling about trying to see how, on a still evening, a combination of exposure bracketing and focus bracketing might hang together when, halfway through the series of bracketed shots, this family walked into view and then settled bang on centre. My hatred of them grew. The lady kept on looking at me in a 'why are you pointing a camera at us?' way and I kept on looking at her in a 'why are you sat in front of my camera' way and they won the stalemate.

    To hell with bracketing. I'm just going to make blown highlights and OOF foregrounds a big part of my people-free style!
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    Tim

    Ah yes, civilians! Second only to other photographers wearing bright yellow, pink or orange outfits walking into and staying put in vista scenes (especially when they KNOW they are in your shot!). Photoshop clone stamp and content aware fill are wonderful things ...
    Ylem ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Well the thread is called 'fun' with.... so here's a little game. Spot the obvious mistake:
    My thoughts were: vampires out during the day or letting a child play near a storm sewer outlet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    The Grand Tetons photographed over Jackson Lake from Colter Bay.

    323 seconds
    Yeah! That's really a great picture! Love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Tim

    Ah yes, civilians! Second only to other photographers wearing bright yellow, pink or orange outfits walking into and staying put in vista scenes (especially when they KNOW they are in your shot!). Photoshop clone stamp and content aware fill are wonderful things ...
    Perhaps we should start a new. Thread, "Infuriating / Ridiculous Photo Moments"!

    Tim's experience reminds me of a sunrise shot of a swinging bench in Hawaii. I'm behind the bench focusing on it out to the ocean. I had woken up at 4:30'or so to set up beforehand.

    So this guy my age (late 50s) walks up to the beach with his wife, coffee cups in hand, glares at me and both sit down on the swing... Sort of an in-your-face "I can sit wherever the hell I want" look and posture...

    So I start whistling. Unsyncopated, atonal, random, multi-octave nonsense whistling. Even I couldn't stand it!! I watched the fellow become more and more rigid in his posture. Made me whistle even more obnoxiously!

    After about 15 minutes, befor the sun rose, the guy and his wife got off the bench and stood over to my left (not close enough to worry). I stopped whistling as soon as their arses left the bench. Even my dog would have been able to figure out this behavior modification technique!

    The sun rose in short order. I made my exposures and calibration shots then packed up and left. Never even looked at the intruders. I call it Whistler's Sunrise. Nice image; better story!:dh2:
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    Quote Originally Posted by weinlamm View Post
    Yeah! That's really a great picture! Love it!
    Thank you!

    Here is another long exposure of them


    The Grand Tetons and Snake River by RickrPhoto, on Flickr
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    One from this evening - an old favourite scene but this time captured with a few more pixels! IQ180/Rodie 40HR/Alpa STC with 2 degrees of tilt at F8. Sigh. I love this setup. Finally I feel I am working harmoniously with the system rather than fighting it...


    and here's a central crop...
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    Can't stop today - capture diarrhoea, sorry!

    As above system, different settings, Optimum-CSPro iPhone app and Disto used to place the DOF exactly where I wanted it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Can't stop today - capture diarrhoea, sorry!

    As above system, different settings, Optimum-CSPro iPhone app and Disto used to place the DOF exactly where I wanted it...

    A Japanese rock garden comes to mind.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    A Japanese rock garden comes to mind.....
    I don't know if you have the same tradition in Holland but here, travellers make rock piles called cairns to mark where they have visited... I have seen them in many places abroad too but sadly, I only came to Holland once, for a wedding, and there was so much booze that I can't really remember anything!
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    Can anyone in here edit and delete this post for me?

    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/517336-post12302.html

    I can no longer edit it. I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.
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    Email one of the moderators: after after a day or two, they are the only people who can do that...

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    Been travelling in Scotland - love the place.

    Just a quick thanks to one of our forum members who took me hill walking in the Isle of Skye, when this image was taken.

    Thank you Rob.

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    From a job today... Repairing aluminium smelting ovens...

    H4D-40 80mm f3.4 iso 400

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    And another...
    H4D-40 HCD28mm f4 iso 800 1/250

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    H4D-40 HCD28mm iso 800 with a tiny bit of gridded profoto magnum reflector
    Welding

    Grinding
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    From the North Shore of Lake Superior.

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    Maybe not so much fun right then.... and my heart jumped until I checked the front element... but to paraphrase what a wise man once said... get closer!

    H4D-40 28mm wide open, iso 800 1/180

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    From the North Shore of Lake Superior.
    Love the granite islands. Lake Superior Prov. Park?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Maybe not so much fun right then.... and my heart jumped until I checked the front element... but to paraphrase what a wise man once said... get closer!

    H4D-40 28mm wide open, iso 800 1/180
    Better the lens than the eye! I'm amazed that fellow had no safety glasses on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Love the granite islands. Lake Superior Prov. Park?
    Actually further west, beyond Thunder Bay. More to come!
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    Rossport, Lake Superior.

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    In contrast to yesterdays industrial commercial shoot, today I was in the studio. this afternoon I had a visit from a new member of staff at the bank needing a profile pic for their webpage... well once the corporate portrait was in the box, we made this for her facebook profile
    H4D-40 150mm @ f4 1/250 iso 400 one Arri T1 with barn doors
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    Another from my Palouse trip, Rm3di with Rodie 40HRW, no shifts. 1/30th at f something (prob about 16), 35 iso, 2 stop soft GND (tiffen glass)

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    Sand Beach, Acadia National Park, Maine
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    South Point, South Kona, HI
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    Hawaii Volcano National Park, HI
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    South Point, South Kona, HI
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    (I don't know why it looks like an HDR! It was only simply manipulated in PS).
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    Tonight is allegedly the largest moon of the year.. so i grab this quick snap with a H4d-50 and HC300mm
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    More from Superior.

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    Another version of one posted a day or two ago.

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    [QUOTE=Bill Caulfeild-Browne;522165]More from Superior.

    Bill CB, your last two photos were sublime. Nicely done. Lake Superior has some fantastic landscapes and you certainly did a fine job here.
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