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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    Wow. I love Michelangelo skies
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    Bill C.B, Phillip and Ann -


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    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
    Mal, here's a mug (not MF, Takumar 50mm f/1.4 @ 1.4 on a K5:

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    3-18_IGP7800_3596 by tsjanik47, on Flickr

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Do you ever like a photo primarily due to the bokeh?

    Asters. Pentax 67II, Provia.


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    Leica S2 + Hasseblad HC [email protected]
    In this small picture itīs not visible but on full res his left eye is focused spot on and the right eye is already OOF

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    More pictures from the same photoshoot:

    Leica S2 + Hasseblad HC [email protected]





    Leica S2 + SMC Pentax-M* 67 300mm F4 ED [IF] @ f/5.6 /crop about 15%/

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by aCIDfire View Post
    Leica S2 + Hasseblad HC [email protected]
    In this small picture itīs not visible but on full res his left eye is focused spot on and the right eye is already OOF
    This picture, and some others you post, are not showing for me. I like the ones that DO appear, however..

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    This picture, and some others you post, are not showing for me. I like the ones that DO appear, however..

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    Itīs weird. Iīve checked all pictures as a guest /not logged in/ too and they are all visible on this forum. Links to the images are to imageshack.us. Maybe you have blocked this site with FW? Iīam uploading to S2 forum same images too:
    S Is For Show Us Your S2 Shots

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    What's strange is that about half of your pics do show up on my browser (Safari on a Macbook Air OS X 10.8.4), and they are all hosted in the same place.

    The same ones are visible and invisible in the Leica forum.

    Puzzling...

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Mal, here's a mug (not MF, Takumar 50mm f/1.4 @ 1.4 on a K5:

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    3-18_IGP7800_3596 by tsjanik47, on Flickr

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    Thank you for the response. I look forward to seeing more compositions based on Ann's pottery. The glazes are a delight as are the textured effect she has created on the side of her piece.

    I guess I was thinking of shards of broken terra cotta pots photographed up close to form a desert landscape and then photoshop in some suitable blue glaze as the sky - forming an abstracted landscape of her work.

    Just thinking.


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    IQ180 35mm 100iso 15 sec at f3.5.

    Just as the sun started to warm the horizon I was able to light paint this small gum tree in Western Queensland - North of Windorah.

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    IQ180 35mm 100iso 15 sec at f3.5.

    Just as the sun started to warm the horizon I was able to light paint this small gum tree in Western Queensland - North of Windorah.

    Mal
    Yay! Finally an MFD shot with some stars in...we don't see enough of those.

    You've got Orion to the upper left, Canis Minor to the lower left, and Canis Major just above the tree. Everything's upside-down of course, for us northern-hemisphereish people...

    Well done on so many levels - you've also captured beautiful colour in the twilight, the composition balance between silhouette and illumination is perfect, and I know how hard it is to get the light painting intensity "just right".

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    Yay! Finally an MFD shot with some stars in...we don't see enough of those.

    You've got Orion to the upper left, Canis Minor to the lower left, and Canis Major just above the tree. Everything's upside-down of course, for us northern-hemisphereish people...

    Well done on so many levels - you've also captured beautiful colour in the twilight, the composition balance between silhouette and illumination is perfect, and I know how hard it is to get the light painting intensity "just right".

    Ray
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    Thanks for the identification - proves that these stars are not courtesy of Photoshop. The most stunning photos of the Milky Way from Western Queensland were taken on the Canon - so not suitable for this thread.

    You are right about the light painting - I took about 8 exposures and this is the best balance of the components.

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    p45+ cambo AE 32 mm Rodi
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    Great stuff - the reflections really top it off. Also I like the star trails - what was the exposure time?


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    Another evening with the Blue Virgin on the horizon.

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    one sunset portrait
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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    Nice Ed, especially the paddleboarder shot. Bondi Beach?

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    Thanks Tom! Yes, Bondi beach indeed.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Seeing as we've getting lots of skies the last day or two - here's a fun one from about an hour ago! Sensor Plus max ISO hand held so it's a tad noisy. 28 MM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Seeing as we've getting lots of skies the last day or two - here's a fun one from about an hour ago! Sensor Plus max ISO hand held so it's a tad noisy. 28 MM.

    Beyond Beautiful Bill !!
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    Beyond Beautiful Bill !!
    Agreed! Great shot
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    The last visit to the Blue Virgin for this time.

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    IQ180 55mm SKLS lens f11 iso100 2 portable battery pack flash units on stands to right
    GND used to pull the sky back - 3 image stitch.

    66inch wide image
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    Letīs fly..

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    Sunset in the woods..

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    I must admit that after almost 4 weeks of mostly colorful sunsets I really was hoping for thunderstorms or fog or what ever, as long it was something new.
    But no, not this august.
    So instead I waited, and waited, for that still moment between sunset and the night, that still moment when the shadows come to life.
    Then there are still colors, but more like a tonality in the gray scale.
    Once, in my youth, I was working as a sailor. And the shift into the night when one stood at the steering wheel of the ship was always magical.
    But the opposite, going from the night into daylight, is for me in no way loaded with the same magic.
    In the evening it is like stepping into a dream, so the morning just become a "waking up" procedure into the light.
    But not always...

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    I posted variations of these on a couple of other forums. Sharing a few samples.
    Leica S2/35MM/180MM in Glacier National Park, Montana. Last two take in fading light, 3rd one in almost pitch dark focused by guess work.

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    [QUOTE=jaree;535501]I posted variations of these on a couple of other forums. Sharing a few samples.
    Leica S2/35MM/180MM in Glacier National Park, Montana. Last two take in fading light, 3rd one in almost pitch dark focused by guess work.

    Attachment 76649

    Thumbs up!!
    Thanks for sharing.
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    guess i havent posted in a while again, being shooting mostly LF/ULF ..

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    The fall is coming...



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    Great stuff - the reflections really top it off. Also I like the star trails - what was the exposure time?


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    Thank you very mcu>

    The exposure time was 20 min. The file was very clean with no noise. It was a moonless night and I was able to bring details back from the shadow. THe same night I used the 260 as well for 26 min with similar results. Of course, within reasonable limits.

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    _IGP0454FromRAW by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Ed

    Terrific set of images - both historic but also visually interesting in their own right.
    I think they are worthy.


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    Ed,

    Weird browser behavior here (Safari on Macbook Air). At first, your images appeared VERY large - maybe 100%? I could only see tiny portions. After clicking through to flikr and coming back, they are scaled to a viewable size. Maybe the scaling would have happened eventually anyway.

    Oh, beautiful images, too!

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    Thanks for the positive feedback chaps! Not sure what's going on with the browser behaviour Matt... I might try linking to a smaller size next time :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Ed,

    Weird browser behavior here (Safari on Macbook Air). At first, your images appeared VERY large - maybe 100%? I could only see tiny portions. After clicking through to flikr and coming back, they are scaled to a viewable size. Maybe the scaling would have happened eventually anyway.

    Oh, beautiful images, too!

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    Same problem here using MBP and Safari.

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    Thanks guys - I will do it differently next time and see how that works out...

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    Back to the rain forest from the desert.
    This might be interesting for owners of the AS cube.
    I did a three photo stich to achieve a straight sharp image to use as the background.
    Then I repeated the process but allowed the cube to slowly rotate under the force of gravity while the image was taken with a 2.5 second exposure. Using the nodal rail accentuated the willingness of the cube to rotate.

    IQ180, 35mm Phase One lens.


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    From this weekend in the garden. Just slowing down to smell the roses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    From this weekend in the garden. Just slowing down to smell the roses.

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    This is really nice!! Very Very Nice!! Great color and so nice and soft.

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    Phil, thanks. But I cannot take all the credit--that was the RAW file right out of the Pentax 645D and opened through ACR. That is also ISO 1,600 with the manual focus 120mm macro at f/4--not a lot of light at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Phil, thanks. But I cannot take all the credit--that was the RAW file right out of the Pentax 645D and opened through ACR. That is also ISO 1,600 with the manual focus 120mm macro at f/4--not a lot of light at the time.
    And yet some say the 120 has harsh bokeh.
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    Cracking shot Will - and a nice example of what the body can do at high ISO (in the right hands). I love the gentle, lush feel...
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    are you sure those are stars and not hot pixels
    damn hot pixels
    Quote Originally Posted by ondebanks View Post
    Yay! Finally an MFD shot with some stars in...we don't see enough of those.

    You've got Orion to the upper left, Canis Minor to the lower left, and Canis Major just above the tree. Everything's upside-down of course, for us northern-hemisphereish people...

    Well done on so many levels - you've also captured beautiful colour in the twilight, the composition balance between silhouette and illumination is perfect, and I know how hard it is to get the light painting intensity "just right".

    Ray

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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    Back to the rain forest from the desert.
    This might be interesting for owners of the AS cube.
    I did a three photo stich to achieve a straight sharp image to use as the background.
    Then I repeated the process but allowed the cube to slowly rotate under the force of gravity while the image was taken with a 2.5 second exposure. Using the nodal rail accentuated the willingness of the cube to rotate.

    IQ180, 35mm Phase One lens.


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    This is very nice Mal. Very creative, and results are very artistic. Really gives the mood of a rain forest.
    I think printed at A3 or larger on Epson velvet or hot press would be interesting, and perhaps add to an already great image.

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