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    Cambo AE, Schneider 43mm, Ach 260.
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    H4D 40, 28 mm
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post


    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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    This would be a great illustration of consciousness just before sleep: one foot in the real world, one in dreams.

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    Tom

    I have been reading a book by Iain McGilchrist - The Mater and his Emissary - so I have been exploring both my dreams and my non-logical - non-sequential view of the world.
    This has taken me back to drawing and painting as a way of exploring my view of the world I live in.

    So your comment is pretty much right on the money.

    Thanks for taking the time to share your observations.



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

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    I thank you for the suggestion. I will certainly look into this. At present I am not doing my own printing but I feel your suggestion is a very good one.

    Being an IQ180 image - the detail which throbs beneath the initial impression of vapour and swirls is what adds the depth to the image in full size.

    I will talk with my printer about what's involved.

    Thank you so much for adding value to this series of images.


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    Quote Originally Posted by aeaemd View Post
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    I took a night image in the town of Deal (UK) and it had the same feel as your image - now your image becomes a surrealistic streetscape when I view it.

    I find it very exciting when an image straddles two realities and yours does it for me so effortlessly. The suitcase also has lots of metaphorical nuances which is maybe a key part of the process.


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    GX680 and Acros 100

    Things I sell: Stock photography by Jorgen Udvang at Alamy
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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    I took a night image in the town of Deal (UK) and it had the same feel as your image - now your image becomes a surrealistic streetscape when I view it.

    I find it very exciting when an image straddles two realities and yours does it for me so effortlessly. The suitcase also has lots of metaphorical nuances which is maybe a key part of the process.


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    Thank you Mal

    I enjoy light painting for the same exact reason. I think spending time making the image make you connect with the photo as well beside the fact you show and/or manipulate reality by a flash light.

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    I was down on Oslo this last thursday/friday , launch party for a book illustrated with my photography amd then a visit to my dealer... to pic up my new EOS-1Dx (no its not replacing my medium format gear, its replacing my loyal nearly 6 year old 1DsmkIII) Now what this got to do with MF you may ask... well They had a HCD24mm f4.8 on the shelf... and I walked out with it in my backpack! (ON LOAN) to try out... All I can say is as Steppenwolf once said.... God damn the pusher man! I had a long hard look at the 1Dx I had just bought.... hmm same price... NO NO NO! but boy this lens is going to be my next H lens... just need fill up my account again first
    Shot today H4D-40 HCD24mm wide open f4.8 1/500 iso 100

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    Light painting (crescent hotel, eureka springs, AR)
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    credo 80, DF +, 28 mm
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    Credo WS 80, Cambo AE, SK 43 mm

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    credo WS, Cambo AE , SK 43 mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    I was down on Oslo this last thursday/friday , launch party for a book illustrated with my photography amd then a visit to my dealer... to pic up my new EOS-1Dx (no its not replacing my medium format gear, its replacing my loyal nearly 6 year old 1DsmkIII) Now what this got to do with MF you may ask... well They had a HCD24mm f4.8 on the shelf... and I walked out with it in my backpack! (ON LOAN) to try out... All I can say is as Steppenwolf once said.... God damn the pusher man! I had a long hard look at the 1Dx I had just bought.... hmm same price... NO NO NO! but boy this lens is going to be my next H lens... just need fill up my account again first
    Shot today H4D-40 HCD24mm wide open f4.8 1/500 iso 100

    The HCD 24mm will probably hold its value better than the 1DX..
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    The HCD 24mm will probably hold its value better than the 1DX..
    hehe, indeed! But realistically the 1Dx will earn more money than the HCD24mm (and will probably help pay for the 24mm (because it really is an amazing piece of glass that I will no doubt get in the end)) so its head over heart here... sometimes I have to let my business head rule the roost

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    hehe, indeed! But realistically the 1Dx will earn more money than the HCD24mm (and will probably help pay for the 24mm (because it really is an amazing piece of glass that I will no doubt get in the end)) so its head over heart here... sometimes I have to let my business head rule the roost
    I had this same problem early this year, go MF, or get a 1Dx and a 24-70 II? I messaged Doug about getting a Phase, but things changed and I needed the high ISO and speed, so maybe next year...

    Great pics though, keep em coming!
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    Seeing aeaemd's IQ260 Achromatic shot above prompted me to post this one.

    Kodak DCS645M back @ ISO100, Mamiya 645AFD, 45/2.8 "S" lens (IIRC) @ f/11 or f/16

    IR780 Cokin-P type filter.

    2 handheld shots on Aperture Priority with -3 stops compensation, giving 1/125 sec for the lower part and 1/180 sec for the upper part.

    Auto-stitched in Hugin.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kolor-Pikker View Post
    I had this same problem early this year, go MF, or get a 1Dx and a 24-70 II? I messaged Doug about getting a Phase, but things changed and I needed the high ISO and speed, so maybe next year...

    Great pics though, keep em coming!
    Thanks

    If and when you make the jump to MF you will just love it... but MFD and 35mm are two different beasts, I need both- With my canon gear I can do stuff that I cannot do with the Hassy and vice versa...

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    More 24 This was a quick hand held shot out of the 4th floor window of NRK entertainment looking out over the NRK complex... (NRK: think BBC)

    H4D-40 HCD24mm @f13 1/125

    Software geometric correction is turned off here by the way....


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    Widget is a previously homeless fellow who has turned out to be a great friend... one wonders in such cases who has adopted whom ?
    S2 P / APO Elmar 180 @ f/8 / ISO 160.
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    One more of Widget...data as above.
    Thanks for looking.
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    [IMG]
    _IGP9783Step7CropSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    [IMG]
    _IGP9736Step7FlatSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
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    _IGP9783Step7CropSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
    They say that timing is everything...
    Very very nice!

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    Thanks Ray!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
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    _IGP9783Step7CropSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
    Really nice Ed. The sun and movement in the water make all the difference.

    Please stop using the 25mm

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    Thanks Tom!

    And I think you will get your wish to be spared further shots with this lens, at least for a while. On the very day that I took these shots, my lovely new 25 came apart (I don't know if it received a knock - I don't think so, but you never know in the heat of the moment). So off it goes to C.R. Kennedy. 2 weeks before they even tell me what is required followed by a possible trip to Japan or a wait for parts from Japan depending on what is needed. From past experience of 'service' with this outfit, I don't expect to have the lens back for months... Oh well, stitching with the 35mm A it is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
    Thanks Tom!

    And I think you will get your wish to be spared further shots with this lens, at least for a while. On the very day that I took these shots, my lovely new 25 came apart (I don't know if it received a knock - I don't think so, but you never know in the heat of the moment). So off it goes to C.R. Kennedy. 2 weeks before they even tell me what is required followed by a possible trip to Japan or a wait for parts from Japan depending on what is needed. From past experience of 'service' with this outfit, I don't expect to have the lens back for months... Oh well, stitching with the 35mm A it is!
    That's too bad Ed. Didn't you have that lens serviced recently?

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    Hasselblad H4D-50 | HC 3,5/35 | f5.6 | 1/800
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    That's too bad Ed. Didn't you have that lens serviced recently?
    Hi Tom. Nope - it's almost new :-(

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    Horseman SW612 and 55mm lens.

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    Wild lettuce. Pentax 645D, A120mm Macro, LED lights (from Lowes)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Really nice Ed. The sun and movement in the water make all the difference.

    Please stop using the 25mm

    Tom
    Lovely images Ed! With regards to your 25mm, did you purchase the lens used from a private individual or from a retail outlet. Rarely have encountered a Pentax MF lens physically coming apart. Hope it gets repaired quicker than you anticipate.

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    Hi Dave,

    It was bought from a retail outlet in the UK when I was on a trip there. Sadly, seeking redress from them would be very difficult/slow from Australia. Hopefully it can be rectified with less difficulty than I fear. Thanks for your concern!

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    From a trip to the south of Czech Republic where is a beautiful castle - ČervenŠ Lhota State Castle http://www.zamek-cervenalhota.eu/en/

    First shot [email protected]/2.5
    Second shot S-35/2.5@ f/9.5 + Lee Big Stopper + ND grad 0.75 hard - 49s exposure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Horseman SW612 and 55mm lens.

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    Love the energy and self explained content in your image.

    Regards


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
    Thanks Tom!

    And I think you will get your wish to be spared further shots with this lens, at least for a while. On the very day that I took these shots, my lovely new 25 came apart (I don't know if it received a knock - I don't think so, but you never know in the heat of the moment). So off it goes to C.R. Kennedy. 2 weeks before they even tell me what is required followed by a possible trip to Japan or a wait for parts from Japan depending on what is needed. From past experience of 'service' with this outfit, I don't expect to have the lens back for months... Oh well, stitching with the 35mm A it is!
    That is precisely the reason I sold my 645D. I could not risk long waits for service. I think it is one of the best digital cameras made today but unfortunately the service and support is not worthy. I had to fork out the big dinero for a phase.

    Awesome images btw!

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    Not MFDB and not even still images, but I think some may enjoy this. I posted some images of the I.M. Pei designed buildings at SUNY Fredonia a few weeks ago. I recently discovered this Youtube video of the campus created by a student in 2003. Many of images in the video could be still photographs, but also illustrate the power of strong, single images within video.

    Itís worth watching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Not MFDB and not even still images, but I think some may enjoy this. I posted some images of the I.M. Pei designed buildings at SUNY Fredonia a few weeks ago. I recently discovered this Youtube video of the campus created by a student in 2003. Many of images in the video could be still photographs, but also illustrate the power of strong, single images within video.

    Itís worth watching.

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    Going off topic with a quality link/post like that is totally forgivable in my book
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    Approaching thunderstorm seen from my home. (Now I see I should have deleted the treetops at the bottom!)

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    645 AFDIII , Aptus 54s


    Plague doctor by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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    From a shoot this evening, shoot went on overtime, the clouds started rolling in and it got dark.. but every cloud has a silver lining and got this idea very quick...

    H4D-40 HCD28 f4 iso400 f5.6 1/500 Profoto beauty dish and a dash of good timing

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    645 AFDIII , Aptus 54s


    Plague doctor by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
    Sergei, This looks like it might have been inspired by Dan Browns' latest novel, "Inferno"; I wonder if you have read it. Either way, I like the image very much and the book is pretty good as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pesto View Post
    Sergei, This looks like it might have been inspired by Dan Browns' latest novel, "Inferno"; I wonder if you have read it. Either way, I like the image very much and the book is pretty good as well.

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    Thank you, I didnt read it - not really big fan of guy, to be honest. Not even sure why, but i heard of book - my uncle seems to like him for some reason, so i keep monitoring new stuff for gifts

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    Another storm shot.
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    Light painting/Route 66 Kansas

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    Impressive converging lines there, Bill. Very cool effect.

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    Ditto, really interesting image Bill!

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