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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Hi Jack,

    That is a panned stitch from 6 pictures taken with a H3DII-31 and 28mm
    lens. Photomerged in CS3 and then slightly sharpened.

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    Shot a while back when it was still t-shirt weather. From my continuous dirt road explorations here in Colorado.







    Crap, I just realized these weren't shot with MF. No flaming please, honest mistake. I shot these before I got rid of my Canon equipment. Can you tell how behind I am in some of my processing? I'll leave them up because I like them.

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    Crap, I just realized these weren't shot with MF. No flaming please, honest mistake. I shot these before I got rid of my Canon equipment. Can you tell how behind I am in some of my processing? I'll leave them up because I like them.
    No flames! Great images no matter the format

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    Great image Ralf - which lens did you use?

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    Mind you when all that's harvested there might be a few pitch forks

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    Woke up this morning to a very low ceiling and couldn’t see the mountains from our back yard.

    Been wanting to try this out for awhile so decided to getting mixed feelings with the outcome. 8 second exposure using a Cokin 007 filter:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Creek View Post
    Woke up this morning to a very low ceiling and couldn’t see the mountains from our back yard.

    Been wanting to try this out for awhile so decided to getting mixed feelings with the outcome. 8 second exposure using a Cokin 007 filter:
    Very moody, I like it a lot. The histogram on that shot must give the auto-optimize mode in your raw processor fits
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    Quote Originally Posted by carstenw View Post
    Really nice first shot, Tom. I really love that one. I almost thought it was square until I scrolled down I love the square format, and would trade all my stuff for a decently large square format digital back on a Hasselblad V camera. The CFV I find too small though, causing problems at the wide end. The 40 IF is huge, and not that wide at 38mm equivalent in 35mm or so, on the CFV.
    Thanks Carsten. I also find myself liking square quite a lot.
    Now after using the 54LV with a 40mm I am happy sometimes to have a larger sensor than the square (cfv or P20). A larger square sensor would be great.
    Cheers, Tom

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    Great image Ralf - which lens did you use?

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    Thanks Don, that was with a HCD 4/28 Hasselblad on a H3DII-31, then
    stitched in CS3 from a total of 6 images.


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    Greetings from the Black Forest. Tom




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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Great stuff guys! These shots were taken on the first day of winter here in central park, nyc. 45mm 2.8 AF with my P20+ and a .9 ND filter then added some subtle tones to enhance the mood.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    from this weekend at the navy Yard, a three shot pano, 6008 and 40mm

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    another vertical stitch, two shots

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    John,
    those look good. How you get along with the Rolley-Phase combo compared to the CFV-combo?
    I still feel the images in your cfv threads were outstanding - I cant tell why.
    Which lenses do you use with the Rollei?
    I am very happy with the 40 Schneider and the 80/2.8 Xenotar, but I dont use the 150 Zeiss much. It seems optically fine but dimmer viewfinder, slower lens and more danger caused by shake let me more often use the 80.
    I also found that I lately do not like to carry more than 2 lenses with my MF kit-in order to avoid wasting time with switching lenses instead of taking images.
    Regards, Tom

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    Thought I'd add this image this morning. I just finished downloading CO 4.6 and decided to see what it could do for me.



    Cambo RS 1000; 35mm lens; P45+ - single image

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Don, do you add your watermark in C1 or somewhere else?
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Don, do you add your watermark in C1 or somewhere else?
    Hi Carlos - I used CS4 to crop and add the watermark however now you have me thinking about trying it in C1.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Making up for my Canon images, here's a couple I shot a while back that I'm just processing now...

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    and one more...

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Weird. I think this may be my first contribution of actual IMAGES to this forum.







    Phase One P30+ on Phase One 645 AFD III
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Don, do you add your watermark in C1 or somewhere else?
    You can turn your signature into a "stamp" in CS and save it, so it is readily available whenever you need it. I even have set up a layer action specifically for my signatures that adds a bevel and drop shadow

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    tom:

    through a variety of exchanges, i ended up with a 40, 110 and 180 plus a 1.4 telextender.

    for those giant ships, the 40 isn't wide enough, poo!

    the rollei works great and so far the P20 images seem fine...nice to use C1 again.

    work has kept me busy, not enough time to shoot much lately.

    the rollei is big though, keeps my tripod nicely weighted down

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    John,
    why dont you use a 36x48mm sensor - you could allways crop the square format you have with the P20 but would have a little wider angle for those times you want and you could live with 3:4 ratio
    Do you use the 110 a lot? could you post some samples?
    I am awaiting my 110 and I am really looking forward to it.
    Cheers, Tom




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    tom:

    through a variety of exchanges, i ended up with a 40, 110 and 180 plus a 1.4 telextender.

    for those giant ships, the 40 isn't wide enough, poo!

    the rollei works great and so far the P20 images seem fine...nice to use C1 again.

    work has kept me busy, not enough time to shoot much lately.

    the rollei is big though, keeps my tripod nicely weighted down

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    Quote Originally Posted by t_streng View Post
    I am awaiting my 110 and I am really looking forward to it.
    You found one! Was it very expensive? I look forward to seeing some portraits!
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    Quote Originally Posted by carstenw View Post
    You found one! Was it very expensive? I look forward to seeing some portraits!
    Carsten,
    I better wont comment on the price. I hope it is worth the money.
    Anyways, overall I have adapted to the Hy6 and the slower way of working with MF and I am quite happy. The DR, tonality and the detail is great.
    Cheers, Tom

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by dougpetersonci View Post
    Weird. I think this may be my first contribution of actual IMAGES to this forum.


    Phase One P30+ on Phase One 645 AFD III
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    Processed in Capture One 4.6
    Doug:

    I made one of these too, and it works pretty well

    However, I am still trying to wrap my arms around the concept of *why* we shoot pinhole on a high-resolution digital sensor!

    Anyway, here's mine, but via the P45+ -- I estimate the aperture is about f200:



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    Jack,

    And we complain about back focusing lens on the M8. It does make one wonder.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Good point Bob!

    And I think Doug's pinhole is sharper than mine


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Good point Bob!

    And I think Doug's pinhole is sharper than mine


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    Ha. Maybe. But your image is about 1000 times cooler.

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    Ha! My next project is going to be ripping a lens out of a Holga and get it mounted up at the right distance for the Mamy
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    I am doing some work for the owner of a series of design oriented apartment hotels here, and this is one of our first picks...

    54LV, 110/2, 2 hensel monolights (beauty dish and softbox). This stuff does not come naturally to me...interior photography is a bitch to light! Especially here where we have no daylight to fall back on.
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Ha! My next project is going to be ripping a lens out of a Holga and get it mounted up at the right distance for the Mamy
    I wonder what would happen if I mounted a contact lens on a horseman lensboard....
    hmmmmm
    Actually lets see... a +1 diopter lens has a focal length of one meter.
    Looks like we have telephoto here!
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    Hey folks , sorry been busy all week shooting this show. Anyway just a quickie here P25 plus , 150mm at 5.6 and ISO 800 . This one is handheld at 1/350
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    Guy,
    You have been shooting girls again? LOL
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    Yea and some boys too. Okay one for the ladies here. Alright need to get back to work here. More later Oh the second one I could not put on the big screen but hey not going to let my friends miss out on a excellent shot here. I know a little revealing but what a perfect shot. Oly 520 here on the second one. Which I am selling this system
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    Totally off topic here - but while you guys are playing with pinhole setups, I was wondering if anyone had (or can) try a cat's pupil-shaped pinhole.
    I'm just curious how things look from a cat's point of view...!

    Mind you, there may be something about the way the lens works in a cat's eye that compensates for the pupil shape... mmmmmh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakeshuck View Post
    Totally off topic here - but while you guys are playing with pinhole setups, I was wondering if anyone had (or can) try a cat's pupil-shaped pinhole.
    I'm just curious how things look from a cat's point of view...!

    Mind you, there may be something about the way the lens works in a cat's eye that compensates for the pupil shape... mmmmmh?
    I'm not sure how one would go about making it as it needs to be very small total area -- on the order of 0.08mm^2 ...

    Now I *could* mount mine on the end of my 645 bellows which allows swings, and the swing would turn the circle into an oval relative to the sensor, but still probably not enough of one to make it a "cat" aperture...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    I'm not sure how one would go about making it as it needs to be very small total area -- on the order of 0.08mm^2 ...

    Now I *could* mount mine on the end of my 645 bellows which allows swings, and the swing would turn the circle into an oval relative to the sensor, but still probably not enough of one to make it a "cat" aperture...
    I think that's the right idea. Make a circular hole and then mount it at a 45 degree angle. We can play with this in Moab. Putting a large hole in a lens cap followed by a small hole in tin mounted as a U shape at an angle should do it.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    That reminds me of the amazing photo by Eikoh Hosoe in the Kamaitachi series:

    http://bp3.blogger.com/_iS4Y2G7c9Bw/...1449607c50.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpetersonci View Post
    I think that's the right idea. Make a circular hole and then mount it at a 45 degree angle. We can play with this in Moab. Putting a large hole in a lens cap followed by a small hole in tin mounted as a U shape at an angle should do it.

    Doug
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpetersonci View Post
    We can play with this in Moab.
    Doug
    That'd be great - if you get chance, of course!

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    Yea and some boys too. Okay one for the ladies here. Alright need to get back to work here. More later Oh the second one I could not put on the big screen but hey not going to let my friends miss out on a excellent shot here. I know a little revealing but what a perfect shot. Oly 520 here on the second one. Which I am selling this system
    Wow, I knew the housing crisis was tough in the Phoenix area but I thought at least they got away with their clothes!

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    Playing with my new lens at f2.0. Its quite heavy, and hitting focus at f2.0 isnt that easy, but I really like what I see so far and I also like the focal length of 110mm plus the shorter minimum focusing distance compared to my 80 and 150. I dont know if I need the 150 at all any more, the only reason would be the lower weight for travel.

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    Is that at f/2? Beautiful look! Are both the nose and eyes in focus? That is more DoF than I expected. Is it a crop?
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    Quote Originally Posted by carstenw View Post
    Is that at f/2? Beautiful look! Are both the nose and eyes in focus? That is more DoF than I expected. Is it a crop?
    Yes Carsten, f2.0 - it looks like the nose and left eye is in focus and yes, it is a little bit cropped.
    I also feel that the DOF is slightly more than what I thought, plus I feel the transition between sharp and unsharp looks pleasent.
    Here is another sample at f2.0 - just to show the DOF. PLease dont look at the colors - I have problems with my monitor calibration so I dont know if you see is what I see.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    The look is very nice, the skin tones are little on the magenta side, but if it was cold and your wife had just skied, it might be right. Actually in some areas (neck, cheek, hairline) it is more normal skintones.

    On the crop sensor, of course the depth of field is a little deeper, since you will stand a little further back, but it is still a bit more than I expected. I am shooting some film with mine in the next while, on 645, so it will be interesting to see how it compares.

    I find it interesting how very smooth the background boke is, less like typical Zeiss and more like Leica.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carstenw View Post
    The look is very nice, the skin tones are little on the magenta side, but if it was cold and your wife had just skied, it might be right. Actually in some areas (neck, cheek, hairline) it is more normal skintones.

    On the crop sensor, of course the depth of field is a little deeper, since you will stand a little further back, but it is still a bit more than I expected. I am shooting some film with mine in the next while, on 645, so it will be interesting to see how it compares.

    I find it interesting how very smooth the background boke is, less like typical Zeiss and more like Leica.
    Carsten I agree on the skin tone however its not that far away from "reality" and yes, it was after 14km of xc-skiing. This one wasnt cropped.
    So far I am really very happy with the look and bokeh of the lens. I didnt expect that sharpness wide open, and its still a very "warm"/smooth look overall. I am looking forward to your opinion when using it with film.
    By the way my doesnt like the Sinar at all, she says it looks ugly and like a old film-camera from the 70ties, also she thinks the handling with a WLF is strange. Obviously we have different opinions.
    Being used to a M8 I now have to lift weights more often to be trained for using the Rollei with the 110.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    This is getting a little too 110/2 happy, so I will continue over in the 110/2 thread...
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

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    Playing with my new lens at f2.0. Its quite heavy, and hitting focus at f2.0 isnt that easy, but I really like what I see so far and I also like the focal length of 110mm plus the shorter minimum focusing distance compared to my 80 and 150. I dont know if I need the 150 at all any more, the only reason would be the lower weight for travel.
    Wow, those are absolutely beautiful. I love the depth of field and bokeh. It seems to gently transition into smooth out of focus colors where IMO a wide aperture 35 mm lens (90/2, 80/1.4, etc.) transitions much more abruptly. Totally different look.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    hmm, I am not convinced that people could tell the difference between the 110/2 and the 75/1.4 summilux, given web jpgs...the lenses are SO similar. I would post some images to test, but I have to go to bed, and it would take time to resize them so as not to give it right away (of course, most of my 110/2's are 6x6, and my 75/1.4's 2:3)
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