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    2 light product shoot with my new HC 120 f4 macro.. loving the lens


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    Some more shots with the 645D and 25mm f4 DA...

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    And a couple of panos:

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    AFDIII, Aptus 54s, 55-105 zoom (am i right? old one )


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    From a shoot today for a very clever knitwear designer... This project is nearing completion... just some "atmosphere" shots today... The book comes out in the autumn via one of Norways biggest publishers... looking forward to seeing it in bookstores!
    H4D-40 HC80mm f2.8 @ f3.4
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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    AFDIII, Aptus 54s, 55-105 zoom (am i right? old one )


    Black dress : 2 by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
    Simple yet lovely Sergei! Love how you placed the shadow from her arm so precisely
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Simple yet lovely Sergei! Love how you placed the shadow from her arm so precisely
    ah the beauty of shooting with strobes that got proper tracking modeling lights what you see is what you get. And of course model who can hold pose does help too
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    Montana moon rise.


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    This just keeps happening!

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    Windmill, Palouse. 645D, 600mm.

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    Hi, IŽam new to MF world with my S2 Here are some of my first shots taken
    with this great camera and 120/2.5

    f/5.6



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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Some wild weather in Grand Teton NP, same day as the previous shot.
    Sorry, meant to include this one in the Teton weather post. While photographing the thunderhead I turned around to see this. In person it looked like a fireball.

    Funny how you can go days or months without seeing much and then you have an incredible day. Keeps me out shooting.

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    [QUOTE=Ed HUrst;528168]Some more shots with the 645D and 25mm f4 DA...

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    _IGP9526Step6SpotSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]



    Terrific shot Ed; however, please stop indicating that you used the 25mm

    I do not need the 25mm. I do not need the 25mm. I do not.....
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    Great Blue Heron's nest and chicks. Devil's Lake, N.D. 645D, 600mm.


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    Thanks Tom. You don't need the 25mm. It is rubbish and I hate it.

    The 600mm, on the other hand, I would love to have!

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    Kinder games

    Leica S2 + Summarit-S 70/2.5 @f/4

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    Had a very cool young lady visit my studio today.. she is a very talented "human beatbox" but also a black belt in taekwondo

    H4D-40 HC150 f13 profoto silver beauty dish gridded and a couple of old bowens heads gelled for the rim lights... profoto gelled and barndoored standard reflector through a venitian blind for the background...

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    H4D-40 HC80mm f13
    Profoto silver beauty dish gridded camera right

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    And another same lighting as above..
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    I'm processing shots from a recent road trip. One more from the Palouse. A remarkable place, but not unknown; the top of Steptoe butte at sunset is filled with photographers, all with very high end equipment. I like the abstract quality of this one. It might be stronger with the top portion cropped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I'm processing shots from a recent road trip. One more from the Palouse. A remarkable place, but not unknown; the top of Steptoe butte at sunset is filled with photographers, all with very high end equipment.
    Tom ... keep it quiet ... it's our NW version of Tuscany except without the stone villages and castles.
    Ylem ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Tom ... keep it quiet ...
    It is a lovely place and as many times as I have been to Washington, I had always gone to or through the N. Cascades on 20, so for me it was the first look. As for keeping it quiet: Judging by the number of tech cameras, Nikons and Canons I saw there, it might be too late.

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    Hasselblad 501C - Fuji Pro 400H

    Was at a flea market in Brooklyn, the person selling the records said that you have to smile when looking through the records. He did this because I was waiting and waiting for her to strike a good pose. So major thanks to that guy, I salute you record seller man! You helped me get my shot that day
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    From a comercial shoot in the south of Sweden this week. It was a very nice B&B.



    Hasselblad H4D-50 | HC 2,8/80 | f2,8 | 1/800s | iso 50
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    Wedding shoot my way...
    H4D-40 HC50-110 @55 f8 1/250 profoto lighting
    Bride had to take off shoes to get up there.. and she is afraid of heights!

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    Two more from the Palouse; the first is view from Steptoe, the second, a view of Steptoe from Kamiak Butte. Both with the 645D and 80-160mm or 600mm with crops:



    20130720_6843 by tsjanik47, on Flickr


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    I have recently joined the medium format club after having a chance to play with the Phase One System on a workshop in California and seeing all the amazing shots posted on this page. Below are a few pics from trip over to New Zealand, which was great to test out the new camera. Just wish I had a wider lens for it, but the initial cost of the basic system set me back enough. Thought I'd get some of that payed off first before getting myself into any more debt.

    Shot with IQ140, 645DF+ & SK80mm LS



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    The welder

    H4D-40 HC80f2.8 @ f4 1/90 and a little splash of profoto light from a white beauty dish.

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    From today at Acadia National Park. Pentax 645D and A35mm.

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    [QUOTE=Shashin;529119]From today at Acadia National Park. Pentax 645D and A35mm.

    Very Nice - I have always loved textures

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Two more from the Palouse; the first is view from Steptoe, the second, a view of Steptoe from Kamiak Butte. Both with the 645D and 80-160mm or 600mm with crops:
    Very nice. However, I see the pox of windmills is disturbingly close to Steptoe Butte now - they used to only be on the distant southern horizon.

    I haven't been out there this year yet. I fear that this may be one of the last years to do so, at least for the big uncluttered scenics.

    I guess it's only a matter of time before they'll end up cluttering the backdrops of the Tetons, Badlands, sneaking in to Yosemite and Yellowstone, maybe throw in some in the Smokies too.

    I understand the politics and if I were a farmer I'd want them on my land as a supplemental ATM machine too. However, in my part of the country we're definitely starting to get Windmill fatigue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I'm processing shots from a recent road trip. One more from the Palouse. A remarkable place, but not unknown; the top of Steptoe butte at sunset is filled with photographers, all with very high end equipment. I like the abstract quality of this one. It might be stronger with the top portion cropped.

    Tom
    One of the saddest and ugliest landscapes I have seen--not your photography, which is really powerful. But this shows the destruction that industrial agriculture can have on the landscape--actually, we have known this for centuries, but we like to keep repeating the same mistakes. Hopefully more wind turbines will go up so we can at least get some benefit from this wasteland. I hope Maine takes advantage of wind generation. We are starting. And like most places, we really have no natural wilderness to disrupt--pretty views don't really hide the fact of the development nor the industrial forestry.

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    Shashin:

    I suspect you and I agree on a number of environmental issues, e.g. the sustainability of industrial farming, monoculture crops, etc. but I must disagree with your comment about the appearance of the Palouse - it is a remarkably beautiful place and likely looks very much as it did when it was native grassland.

    As for the wind generators, they seem to be a no-brainer for power generation, but scaling them to industrial levels is not with out costs and limits. I'm sure you're aware of the controversies surrounding turbines, but here's a link you may have not seen:

    Rethinking wind power | Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

    As to their appearance, I agree with Graham; scattering them helter-shelter over the landscape is reminiscent of an earlier industrial mindset - put dams, factories etc. wherever they can make the most revenue.

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    Not to go off topic, but Shashin, the smart money has already learned that the payback period on wind turbines is longer than their anticipated life span. In general the wind market is being supported by USA federal subsidies. As soon as the subsidies are over, so will the wind industry. It won't be long before the subsidies expire. Sorry. Furthermore, the country side filled with turbines is nothing but eye pollution. Please Google a few photos from central Kansas. I know because it is part of what I do for a living. Sorry to go off topic. As you were.
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    Maldives honeymoon

    Leica S2 + APO-TELE-ELMAR-S 180/3.5 @ f/4

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlinkingEye View Post
    Not to go off topic, but Shashin, the smart money has already learned that the payback period on wind turbines is longer than their anticipated life span. In general the wind market is being supported by USA federal subsidies. As soon as the subsidies are over, so will the wind industry. It won't be long before the subsidies expire. Sorry. Furthermore, the country side filled with turbines is nothing but eye pollution. Please Google a few photos from central Kansas. I know because it is part of what I do for a living. Sorry to go off topic. As you were.
    Well, I am so glad that the fossil fuel and nuclear industries do not have federal subsidies. And I don't think that, for example, a coal-fired power plant is much prettier than a turbine--perhaps we should put power plants in our national parks. I would rather look at turbines. And how sustainable is the fossil-fuel industry? Is it sustainable enough to pay for the pollution that killed Maine lakes? Is it sustainable enough to compensate Maine fisheries for the stress caused by the acidification of the Gulf of Maine, at least their contribution? And what "smart money" are you talking about? Wall Street? Wind has proven to be an economic choice. Actually, I was not going off topic in the sense I was making a counterpoint to Graham's comments. I do think it is important for photographers that work in the natural world to appreciate it a little more than as an object for pretty pictures, because I think those pretty pictures can cause harm.

    Tom, just like modern architecture, Palouse is very beautiful. But combined by what that beauty cost, it does make the image more poignant. In Japan, I would often see, almost a cliche, a photograph of regular trees on a Japanese mountain side in "nature" contests. It was simply a picture of a tree farm. And if you have been on a Japanese tree farm, you will see under the canopy a brown desert that is the forest floor--nothing grows there.

    And I am just going to have to say that wind turbines are some of the most beautiful machines made by man. There is certainly no other power plant as beautiful. And if wind power plants are really so ugly, why do so many people go to Holland just to see and photograph them? Why do so many people photograph in very sentimental ways all the wind water pumping towers in Texas? Even the rusting, broken ones.

    Now, if we really want to get off topic, but maybe get some consensus, what about cell towers...

    ...now back to the regular programming.
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    Cloud illuminated by the glow from the largest nuclear-based reactor in the solar system.



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    and another taken the same evening


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    RZIID+145mm macro + Mamiya ZD


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    Quote Originally Posted by BlinkingEye View Post
    Not to go off topic, but Shashin, the smart money has already learned that the payback period on wind turbines is longer than their anticipated life span. In general the wind market is being supported by USA federal subsidies. As soon as the subsidies are over, so will the wind industry. It won't be long before the subsidies expire. Sorry. Furthermore, the country side filled with turbines is nothing but eye pollution. Please Google a few photos from central Kansas. I know because it is part of what I do for a living. Sorry to go off topic. As you were.
    Either stay on topic or check facts before you make pompous statements. Wind energy has become economically viable many places in the world already, and if you add the cost of pollution to fossil energy, there never was any competition.
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    Two more from the Palouse: food and recreation in a beautiful setting.


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    Nice - big *** radio tower tower to your right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Either stay on topic or check facts before you make pompous statements. Wind energy has become economically viable many places in the world already, and if you add the cost of pollution to fossil energy, there never was any competition.
    There are precious few sources to be found offering respite from the non stop political blather that has pervaded and divided our world. Maybe we should remember that this is a photography venue and enjoy it as such putting the bickering aside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Nice - big *** radio tower tower to your right?
    Yes a tower of some sort, it is just visible in the shot of Steptoe I posted above. I didn't pay much attention to it, other than keeping it out of shots.

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    More yoga

    This time it was raining so I decided againt the Big Stopper as I had left my umbrella in the van and it was a long hike across wet rocks and marshland to get it... so I went with this:
    7 shot HDR (gasp... HDR... no not the evil HDR!) I use HDR very rarely, but I think it works here...

    H4D-40 HCD 28mm f16

    HDR with nik HDR efex pro and then black and white in Lightroom...

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    Carmen, a poet from Romania. This was taken with a Pentax 645D.



    This is from a project I did for Translations: Bates International Poetry Festival. It is from a series of eight portraits. This were printed out on 44" roll paper and stood 7ft tall. The entire series can be seen in a free Apple iBook available in the iBookstore. All of the color and black and white portraits were taken with a 645D and 55mm. The maps images were taken with a D800E. The Landsat images were taken with Landsat, but the processing is mine. I designed the iBook. The title is Translations: Bates International Poetry Festival, 2011. It would be best to do a search for "Bates College" as "translations" will get you lots of hits.
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    Very impressive Will. Interesting that she chose to write in German; I can't read all the text, but enough to know it's not a happy poem.
    I couldn't find the book at the iBook store, so please post a link.

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    Tom, thanks. The poetry festival invites poets from around the world. I had each poet write something, anything in their native language and then I put that with their portrait. The poems in the iBook are the native language poems with either student or faculty translations--hence the title of the festival.

    Not to clutter GetDPI with links, I have just put a blog post on my site with the link at the bottom. Just use the link under my signature to get to my site. The first post you see will be the book.

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    In Kauai for a couple of weeks. Brought the Arca and left the DF. Missing the flexibility and faster shooting style, but getting some nice things. Here's a couple of my favorites so far.


    Arca with Rodenstock 40mm, (2 horizontal shot stitch, one with 5 stops split ND), 1/2 sec at f/16, ISO 35


    Arca with Rodenstock 70mm, 2 seconds at f/22, ISO 35 3 stop split ND.

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    Wayne, it does not appear you've left anything necessary behind

    Very nice!
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