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    Quote Originally Posted by aeaemd View Post
    Tecno, Rodi 90 mm, 260
    Fantastic! Now you are in my stomping ground. Do you live in NW Arkansas?

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    Well, I still miss my Mamya 6 and 6M cameras. Even if the light meter system in them was a complete

    And I do agree with you regarding getting those small prints together with the developed negatives, it is actually quit nice.
    But I must admit that I some times drive my self nuts over trying to replicate the color profile the labs use for the film negatives that I later scan.
    So far I have not succeeded ..

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    Ray, I share your attachment to rangefinders. I have my Mamiya 7II tucked away in the dry box. Fortunately I have a very wonderful lab not too far from home and when I want to shoot and get lovely C-type prints back (say a day out with the family), I'll pull out the M7II, shoot a couple of rolls and get 5R prints from them. It's wonderful, simple, pleasing photography. The whole family are excited in anticipation of getting our photo's back, and it usually involves a set-lunch at a little italian restaurant around the corner to the lab, no editing, no viewing on ipads.

    The only camera I truly regretted selling was my first Mamiya 7. As soon as an opportunity came up, I bought one back a couple of years ago. Even if only a handful of rolls go through it per year, it's still a most rewarding experience and worth having there.

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    One more from the corrupt films from my local labs

    Omberg nature reserve in Sweden
    Fuji 645W, 60mm, Kodak Ektar 100
    A crop, obvious,

    Ray

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    OK, you can't post a piece like this without sharing exposure, camera, etc.

    Great image!


    Thank you, Ed. I wasn’t sure if this image was worthy enough for elaboration (I never do ). It was taken with Rm3di, IQ180 and the Rod 70 HR with a 10 stop ND filter. Exposure was around 45 sec. The original raw looks nothing like that. It is one of those shots that reveal themselves only in post processing.
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    The 240 mm LS as a macro lens?....well, at it's closest focus, anyway!
    Moss and White Pine, Georgian Bay.

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    Waiting for the sunset.


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    One more from my corrupted films.
    But this one is from an almost unaffected part of the film.

    Söderåsen nature reserve, Sweden.

    Fuji 645W, 60mm, Portra 400.

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    IQ260 Achro with IR pass filter on Alpa STC with Rodie 40HR... kinda fun shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    IQ260 Achro with IR pass filter on Alpa STC with Rodie 40HR... kinda fun shooting.

    Hi Tim

    More than "kinda fun shooting" to see it!!!!!! Really nice!!!!!!!!!

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    Reed Library, an I.M. Pei design at the State University of New York at Fredonia. Not my usual and generally I'm not a fan of concrete, but the I.M. Pei designs are spectacular. Note the miniature Louvre pyramid atop the cylindrical tower.


    Reed color copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr.
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    One more: Maytum Hall, the administration building.

    IMG136mod by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Truth be told Dave, I sought out the hard, directional light of sunset to bring out the textures of the grain and the shapes of the hills. I think the harshness you refer to is more a consequence of my processing as noted by Will. Unfortunately for me, it was very hazy that evening and I was committed to using long lenses, which just exacerbate the lack of contrast. I concentrated on restoring contrast to the scene and went too far.
    If that 1st image is to be salvaged, I think a slight crop on top and the lower third will retain the interesting textures.
    Hi Tom,

    Thanks for the insight and explanation. I think I now understand the necessity of somewhat harder, contrasty lighting to bring out the textures and layers of this sort of landscape. I've often run across certain landscape images of mine that sort of beg for increased contrast but in doing so (in post processing) , often leads to a degree of destructiveness and I end up abandoning the attempt. I've also traveled to certain locations that I know beg for a certain type of lighting but often luck is not on my side and the images taken of a well known subject/landscape ends up a far cry from what I envisioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    IQ260 Achro with IR pass filter on Alpa STC with Rodie 40HR... kinda fun shooting.

    It's lovely Tim!
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Fantastic! Now you are in my stomping ground. Do you live in NW Arkansas?
    Yes, Rogers, AR.. I want to hit the waterfalls this year. We will probablyhave a great fall with all the rain we had so far..
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    H4D 35-90mm at 35
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    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post
    It's lovely Tim!
    Thank you, and thanks to all for the 'likes'...

    I took this whilst shooting the Achro and the regular 260 for a review I was writing. It was not an easy shot: focussing for IR work, especially when using movements as in this shot, is not a walk in the park... but what a fascinating piece of equipment the Achro is...

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    Keuka Lake, IQ260 3 shot stitched. 20 sec
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Thank you, and thanks to all for the 'likes'...

    I took this whilst shooting the Achro and the regular 260 for a review I was writing. It was not an easy shot: focussing for IR work, especially when using movements as in this shot, is not a walk in the park... but what a fascinating piece of equipment the Achro is...
    Achro .... (covers ears)
    I can't hear you
    I can't hear you
    I can't hear you
    I can't hear you
    I can't hear you
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    Hassi 503cw with 50mm and IQ160

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    *RZIID+140mm macro + Aptus 54s


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    Another one from La Réunion

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    Les Calanques, Cassis
    France Provence

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    Took this a while back. Been busy with a new job and trying to recover after the big purchase.



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    A few flowers. 645D and the 600mm lens with extension tubes. I really like the compression and background effects of a telephoto used for close-up shots. The 2nd shot of the Cosmos is wide-open at f/5.6


    _IGP8955 by tsjanik47, on Flickr


    _IGP8972 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    IQ260 Achro with IR pass filter on Alpa STC with Rodie 40HR... kinda fun shooting.

    Great follow up story in on landscape magazine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Great follow up story in on landscape magazine.
    Thank you, I am glad you liked it. It's always hard to know how much detail to into and I could have written an entire book ofnthe 260 and Achromatic so I hope I got the balance right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    ... I hope I got the balance right!
    I would say you did. I have been considering the achromatic myself. I think it holds great promise for someone who does exclusively B&W in large prints. I could see someone like Clyde Butcher doing great work with it. For someone like me who sells less than 5% B&W it would be an indulgence play but still tempting.
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    From a recent wedding... managed to fight off the rain and then mosquitos to get some nice stuff down in the deep dark woods...
    H4D-40 HC150 f3.2 1/45s f3.4 iso 400 tripod of course

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    Another, as above but down to 1/30s... it was dark in there! but what light there was was so soft I didnt want to break out the profotos...

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    And one more--- HCD28mm f4 wide open 1/10s iso 400

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    Nathan,What a wonderful collection of images!
    I am seldom drawn to wedding pictures but these are as interesting as they are creative ... well done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pesto View Post
    Nathan,What a wonderful collection of images!
    I am seldom drawn to wedding pictures but these are as interesting as they are creative ... well done!

    Douglas Benson
    Thankyou Douglas, I am glad you enjoyed them

    Not often I get both bride and groom in national dress, and she went the whole hog with the silver wedding crown This is the traditional costume from this part of Norway (Nordmøre)

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    Hi
    Again Calanques de Cassis

    Oh, post production is so difficult with this series !



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    I'm still finding my feet with MF but here's one of my first studio images after some minor retouching, I couldn't post the full res here so I've linked to Flickr, I hope that's ok.

    P45+ | 645DF | 80mm LS | 5ft Octobox | Lencarta SF600 Strobe



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    Still working through my Kauai images. The final night I tried a new location. While scouting an area I noticed the abstract nature of the waves when looking down on them, and decided to try something a little different.


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    Wayne, really engaging image - I for one would like to see a savage crop - lose the foreground rocks on both sides and just focus on that one warm red rock with the cool waves interacting with the shore line.

    Well just a thought.


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    great shot. I actually like the foreground and think it makes the image more interesting and gives it framing and contrast. well done !

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    Wayne, really engaging image - I for one would like to see a savage crop - lose the foreground rocks on both sides and just focus on that one warm red rock with the cool waves interacting with the shore line.

    Well just a thought.


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    great shot. I actually like the foreground and think it makes the image more interesting and gives it framing and contrast. well done !
    appreciate the comments. I've tried many crops on this image.

    To me the shot is about the wave and the interplay of the water in front of it. The isolated rock adds some interest, but a tight crop eliminating all of the foreground rocks makes the single rock too dominant and I can't find a way to leave enough of the wave and water in. Personally I'm fighting the feeling that the red rock is too dominant as it is, distracting from the wave, but then it seem to tie in with the second rock similar to it on the far left of the image. I'm torn between the foreground rocks being a little too dominant and their framing effects myself.

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    Wayne


    Like I said, just a thought - others obviously like it the way it is.

    Too me I like the idea of this dominant red rock and the cool waves washing around it. Yes dominant for a while but we all know that the waves will win in the end.

    A great image and so rich with options of both cropping and of course interpretation. Thanks for sharing your thoughts onyour image.



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    Variation of one shown earlier...Mill Lake, part of Georgian Bay, ON.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    Still working through my Kauai images. The final night I tried a new location. While scouting an area I noticed the abstract nature of the waves when looking down on them, and decided to try something a little different.
    I'm not really sure why this image works, but it is the kind of picture that I can't tear my eyes away. The waves are abstract, but raw and powerful at the same time. The movement is not smooth as so often water is portrayed, but rough, though not quite angry, and the lava rocks anchor the image. Very well seen.

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    From my last trip in Montenegro !



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    Been out roaming around for the last 3 months so not much time to sort images and share them. I really enjoy the work of many of the members and so like to contribute as well.

    Here is my image of the dead - well almost dead (just a couple of branches were holding onto life), supplejack tree near Charleville Queensland.

    IQ180, 645DF, 55mm lens - a number of images merged and a bit of a tweak.

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    First post, have to put up a photo. I need to spend more time in post, but man, lots of amazing images and inspiration. As a historical Canon shooter, MF is a whole new world. And just incase anyone asks, it rains every day in Seattle, promise.

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    I love it, Mal! Could be a cloudscape as much as a tree.
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    Techno , Rodi 32 mm, Credo 80
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    I love it, Mal! Could be a cloudscape as much as a tree.
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    I was just looking at your image above of reflections and thinking how glorious it must be in your part of the world.

    The image just jumps off my screen.

    Also, thanks for the compliment - I realise my images are starting to become hybrid - but they still do involve photography.



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    Mal, that image is begging to be printed on a nice water color paper...

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    Light painting
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