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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Another storm shot.
    Bill - I love this shot. Compositionally delightful!

    If you don't mind the suggestion, I think it would be even better with the sensor marks spotted out of the sky... (sorry for mentioning it!)
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    Near Stuart, Florida. What appears to be sensor dust are actually dragonflies...hopefully they were eating the mosquitoes that were eating me.

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    So, back home after 4 weeks on Sweden second largest island.
    As always in this period, writing books and taking photos.
    But for now, work and PP of the photos I have with me home.
    And the inevitable question to my self when I look at some of the photos after maybe 2 or 3 weeks:
    What was I think about, really, when I took this photo

    I realize when I look at the photos I take, of water and stone, that I become more and more abstract for every year.
    Some times I am pleased and some thimes I am to abstract even for my own taste

    So, one medium abstract.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
    Bill - I love this shot. Compositionally delightful!

    If you don't mind the suggestion, I think it would be even better with the sensor marks spotted out of the sky... (sorry for mentioning it!)
    No apology needed, Ed - I screwed up! Thanks for (a) noticing and (b) loving it!
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    [IMG]
    _IGP0176Step5sRGBSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
    [IMG]
    _IGP0176Step5sRGBSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    I really like the ambiguity of your image.


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    Thanks Mal. That was the aim...

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    H4d40 28 mm
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    H5D+HTS+80 MM
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    Quote Originally Posted by paolo d.j. View Post


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    Actually that is astonishingly good!

    Shows what a MF 80mm can do!


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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Keep up with the abstracts Ray, just let it happen. It's months or years before I get some of my shots!
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    It goes in periods for me.
    Its like accidents, if you have one, there is always another one around the corner

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    New lens & new adventures

    Leica S2 + SMC Pentax-M* 67 300mm F4 ED [IF] @ f/4

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    New lens & new adventures

    Leica S2 + SMC Pentax-M* 67 300mm F4 ED [IF] @ f/4

    Soooooo Good.
    I could write a book about just this picture

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    New lens & new adventures

    Leica S2 + SMC Pentax-M* 67 300mm F4 ED [IF] @ f/4
    Wonderful. How do you like your new lens?

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    That 300 is a great lens - on any body!

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    Wonderful. How do you like your new lens?
    Thank you tsjanik also for a recommendation before I bought this lens as we talked about it. Itīs amazing lens with super light movement of the focusing ring. I was using many pentax lenses in the past - super-tak and smc-takumars but this lens has the best focusing ring I have ever used on any lens so I can easily move with the focusing ring precisely with one finger while holding the lens by the tripod mount easy with one hand. Itīs not so heavy and it fits S2 really great. I hope Iīll have time to post some more shots

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    Quote Originally Posted by aCIDfire View Post
    Thank you tsjanik also for a recommendation before I bought this lens as we talked about it. Itīs amazing lens with super light movement of the focusing ring. I was using many pentax lenses in the past - super-tak and smc-takumars but this lens has the best focusing ring I have ever used on any lens so I can easily move with the focusing ring precisely with one finger while holding the lens by the tripod mount easy with one hand. Itīs not so heavy and it fits S2 really great. I hope Iīll have time to post some more shots
    I'm glad you're happy with the lens; it seems everyone who has one feels the same . The focus ring is really remarkable, just as you describe.

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    In the net..

    Leica S2 + Hasselblad HC [email protected]/2.8

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    The 4 weeks I spent on the island of Sweden's east coast was spent on the islands north west coast.
    That means that I had the setting sun in front of me every evening.
    And it was almost always cloudy over the mainland and often really colorful sunsets.
    So I decided that shooting sunsets was to easy in that location and I should hunt for other subjects at the sea during sunset.

    But I made one exception for this photo.
    The main reason is because 1/4 in from the right side on the horizon is two of Sweden's nuclear reactors.
    So, a little "Doom and gloom"

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    28mm in the studio? Surely not!


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    Actually Nathan, stage lights are not mounted to studio stands. ;-) You might want to clone that out. But very nice!
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    Mamiya 645 AFDIII with P20 back. 80mm F2.8




    The print that I made today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Actually Nathan, stage lights are not mounted to studio stands. ;-) You might want to clone that out. But very nice!
    Thanks
    I used to do alot of live band photography so am aware
    This is a straight from lightroom client proof... if she chooses it then final retouch will fix that problem

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    After I decided that it was to easy shooting straight sunsets on the island the next decision was to select one object for the evening and stick with it, come hell or high water.
    I scouted a object before sunset, set up my camera, and then stood fast until about 1/2 hour after sunset for the last 2 weeks of my stay on the island.
    That was an interesting experience, to watch my self trying to convince my self, that I should drag around the camera to different location around the beach as the sunset progressed.
    But after a few days I actually enjoyed the experience of following one object into the night. So this will be my "modus operandi" for a lot of landscape photos in the future.
    During this experiment I also decided that my main object should be a small island between my island and the mainland.
    This island is called "Blå Jungfrun" -The blue virgin. In the folktale this was the island that all the witches did fly to, to meet the devil during easter.

    So one of the days when I stood waiting for the sunset to progress there was a large cloud that was flying past me towards the island.
    It rotated as it draw nearer to the island. And when it was just above the island this is what it was, a demon riding on a dragon
    Then it continued to rotate and drift away.

    Hmmm.

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    Portrait of my wife..
    Leica S2 + Hasselblad HC [email protected]

    Last edited by aCIDfire; 2nd September 2013 at 09:03.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post


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    Very nice - I particularly like the square format - works well for this image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Very nice - I particularly like the square format - works well for this image.

    Square is Hip

    Ray
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    Another picture of the "Blue Virgin".

    I find it interesting to work with sunsets without any clouds or very few.
    You get nothing for free then. It easy to let dramatic clouds carry your picture.
    Without clouds you have to work harder with composition.
    But the good thing is that often the colors in the sky are soft with smooth tonal shifts between different colors.

    The negative part is that this kind of sky is hard to do good in B/W.
    Its just fizzle out to almost nothing most of the times.

    Ray

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    I've been very busy with work and missed out lots of fantastic pictures here.

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    Playing around with LE on the IQ260. About 3 minutes

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    Santa Monica Long Exposure


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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    You are on a roll here Ray. Excellent work.
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    Excellent work indeed, Ray!


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    Thankīs Alan and Swissblad

    Regarding a "roll" I see it more like dropping down into a hole.
    Enjoy the fall, sooner or later I hit the bottom

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    Well here is my latest image. IQ180, 55mm SK LS lens.
    I may be stretching the friendship with this hybrid image.
    Before anyone asks I will briefly describe the process.

    I sat down in this fantastic location and did the charcoal drawing you see that overlays this photograph. The drawing was done first, then the photograph was taken.
    I photographed the drawing and laid the drawing over the photograph in Photoshop.
    Then I distorted the photograph so the camera saw what I saw.

    So when does a photograph stop being a photograph?

    The title of this image - "The Erosion of Memory"

    Thanks for taking the time to look at my work.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Actually that is astonishingly good!

    Shows what a MF 80mm can do!


    Actually it shows a wee bit too much smoothing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    Actually it shows a wee bit too much smoothing.
    I agree - but I guess that is what the customers want.
    What I do like is the out-of-focus fall off of the 80mm.

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    One more of the Blue Virgin.
    Another evening, another sunsets.
    I actually thinking about, next year, to spend 4 weeks in one place and with one object on this shore.
    All sunsets are so different, so it vill be many interpretations of one object.
    Time will tell

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    The usual stuff..

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post

    Well here is my latest image. IQ180, 55mm SK LS lens.
    I may be stretching the friendship with this hybrid image.
    Before anyone asks I will briefly describe the process.

    I sat down in this fantastic location and did the charcoal drawing you see that overlays this photograph. The drawing was done first, then the photograph was taken.
    I photographed the drawing and laid the drawing over the photograph in Photoshop.
    Then I distorted the photograph so the camera saw what I saw.

    So when does a photograph stop being a photograph?

    The title of this image - "The Erosion of Memory"

    Thanks for taking the time to look at my work.


    Mal
    Well Mal, in my book you do everything right.

    I for my self do not call my self a photographer.
    The camera is only one of my tools when I build a picture.
    So I think the question is if you see your finished result as a image, picture or a photography?

    I do not know of any other community of artist that are so obsessed with their tools as the photographic community.
    I have my artistic roots with my painter friends and crafts people. Extremely few there care about how you produce the pice of art, most only care about how the result feels.
    I sometime think that the less someone in the photographic community actually has a creative perspective/vision on their work, the more obsessed they become about gears and especially what others do with gear.

    We have had some Swedish authors that, when the computers become more common,
    actually claimed that reals authors wrote manually with a pen or possible on a typewriter, preferable an old Halda.
    I write books and fore me such opinions just shows an infantile stupidity.
    Content, content, content...

    Rant OFF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    Well Mal, in my book you do everything right.

    I for my self do not call my self a photographer.
    The camera is only one of my tools when I build a picture.
    So I think the question is if you see your finished result as a image, picture or a photography?

    I do not know of any other community of artist that are so obsessed with their tools as the photographic community.
    I have my artistic roots with my painter friends and crafts people. Extremely few there care about how you produce the pice of art, most only care about how the result feels.
    I sometime think that the less someone in the photographic community actually has a creative perspective/vision on their work, the more obsessed they become about gears and especially what others do with gear.

    We have had some Swedish authors that, when the computers become more common,
    actually claimed that reals authors wrote manually with a pen or possible on a typewriter, preferable an old Halda.
    I write books and fore me such opinions just shows an infantile stupidity.
    Content, content, content...

    Rant OFF.

    Ray
    Thanks Ray.

    I really like the DPI MF forum - such a range of work and opinions - it is a pleasure to view what others are doing and so I feel it is only right to share what my aspirations produce.

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    Mal, I do share your opinion about this forum!

    I think it is the most mature forum that I know of on the internet.
    And it become the only one that I now days are active on.

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    Well here is my latest image. IQ180, 55mm SK LS lens.
    I may be stretching the friendship with this hybrid image.
    Before anyone asks I will briefly describe the process.

    I sat down in this fantastic location and did the charcoal drawing you see that overlays this photograph. The drawing was done first, then the photograph was taken.
    I photographed the drawing and laid the drawing over the photograph in Photoshop.
    Then I distorted the photograph so the camera saw what I saw.

    So when does a photograph stop being a photograph?

    The title of this image - "The Erosion of Memory"

    Thanks for taking the time to look at my work.


    Mal
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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post


    Well here is my latest image. IQ180, 55mm SK LS lens.
    I may be stretching the friendship with this hybrid image.
    Before anyone asks I will briefly describe the process.

    I sat down in this fantastic location and did the charcoal drawing you see that overlays this photograph. The drawing was done first, then the photograph was taken.
    I photographed the drawing and laid the drawing over the photograph in Photoshop.
    Then I distorted the photograph so the camera saw what I saw.

    So when does a photograph stop being a photograph?

    The title of this image - "The Erosion of Memory"

    Thanks for taking the time to look at my work.


    Mal
    FANTASTIC!!!!!

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post


    Well here is my latest image. IQ180, 55mm SK LS lens.
    I may be stretching the friendship with this hybrid image.
    Before anyone asks I will briefly describe the process.

    I sat down in this fantastic location and did the charcoal drawing you see that overlays this photograph. The drawing was done first, then the photograph was taken.
    I photographed the drawing and laid the drawing over the photograph in Photoshop.
    Then I distorted the photograph so the camera saw what I saw.

    So when does a photograph stop being a photograph?

    The title of this image - "The Erosion of Memory"

    Thanks for taking the time to look at my work.


    Mal
    My husband showed me your image and I just had to write you and tell you how much I love it. I draw (with pencil in "greyscale") but am primarily a potter. I find myself studying your work as if I am reading the lines...in an intellectual way...rather than responding emotionally to it. It is truly fascinating and I encourage you to do more. Don't worry if you have crossed into "mixed media." Your art inspires me...perhaps it will influence the design of my next pot!
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    Bill C.B, Phillip and Ann -


    Thank you for your positive response. While I try hard to dance to an inner drum beat - I would not be human if I didn't warm to the positive responses of my fellow travellers.

    Thank You.

    PS - Ann I think we should see some MF photos of your work even if they bear no connection to what I have been fiddling with. Now you have me thinking - mmmmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    I have a habit of tripping over in the late afternoon - no it is not the "sundowner" or 2 that I consume, but the glory of the afternoon sky.

    Will you may have to watch your step also.


    The splendour of nature.
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