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    Re: Fun with MF images

    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.
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    Your eyes, your hands, your choices - your credit in my opinion.

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    Very creative Mal :-)

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    Ed

    Thanks for the positive comment re my most recent image. Have you been to see the Ansel Adams exhibition on in Sydney at the moment?

    Phil

    I want to do up a series of image impressions on art paper. I have done a previous
    image up, which is the first in the series - it does look really good.

    Thanks for your positive comment.


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    Some shots from a series i took called espionage.
    Taken with H3DII-31/ HC35mm









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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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    Great work!

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    260, DF+, 55-110mm
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    RZIID, Mamiya ZD, 145mm macro


    Potato series: 4 by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by ElmarDam View Post
    Some shots from a series i took called espionage.
    Taken with H3DII-31/ HC35mm










    Now this is a graphic novel! Fantastic work!

    Thanks for sharing,
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    Thanks for the positive comment on my most recent image - could you share a bit about how you created your Willis Tower image?

    Thanks


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    2ElmarDam: Superb shots! What lighting did you use?
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    Bushfires in western Sydney contributed to interesting atmospheric conditions last night...

    645D plus 6x7 200mm f4 lens
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    _IGP0687Step5sRGBSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]


    645D plus 645 150mm FA f2.8 lens
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    _IGP0713Step6sRGBSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Lovely Ed!
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    Thank you :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
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    Have you been to see the Ansel Adams exhibition on in Sydney at the moment?

    Mal

    Hi Mal,

    I haven't yet - been moving house and very tied up with preparations for our forthcoming baby, so any time I can slip away has been taken up with shooting. But I definitely intend to! You coming down for it?

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    Thanks for the positive comment on my most recent image - could you share a bit about how you created your Willis Tower image?

    Thanks


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    After doing general curve and level adjustments in capture one, I moved it photoshop, converted to black and white using NIK then selected the sky and worked on the curve to bring the contrasty sky then did the same thing with the tower. After I was done, I played with selective color adjustment layers to get the gold.

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    ach 260, 55-110, DF+
    wrigley and trump, chicago
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
    Hi Mal,

    I haven't yet - been moving house and very tied up with preparations for our forthcoming baby, so any time I can slip away has been taken up with shooting. But I definitely intend to! You coming down for it?

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    Yes our daughter lives in Surry Hills and she and I are going to see Leonard Cohen in November and then off to see Ansel exhib on the Sunday.

    All the best with the new baby - I think we could all enjoy some new born photos when the time comes.


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    260, DF+, 55-110mm
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    Thanks for the feedback on how you processed your image. One last question.

    So the sky is all blurred, because of long exposure and moving clouds then?

    Thanks


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    Yes and I added a 10 pix Gaussian blurr with 15% opacity. But, mostly a long exposure

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by ElmarDam View Post
    Some shots from a series i took called espionage.
    Taken with H3DII-31/ HC35m

    Very Crewdson
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    Here's one I took in San Fran last week. Pretty proud of this image...woke up at 4:30am in order to get in place and lucked out with the fog. It made it all the way up to page 3 on the "popular" section of 500px.com so pretty proud of that. Anyway, hope you all enjoy it too.

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    Don't remember if I used any grad filters or not because it was too early in the morning haha.
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    Here's McWay Falls in Big Sur. This amazing view used to be someone's backyard essentially, which is ridiculous. Anyway, this view is photographed a million times a day, but here it is MFD/Big Stopper style

    Hasselblad H4D-40, 35-90mm, ISO 100, 50mm, f/11, 64 sec, lee big stopper, lee 100 mm push on adaptor (thanks Pramote!), Really Right Stuff TVC-33, BH-55
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    Quote Originally Posted by aeaemd View Post
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    Yes and I added a 10 pix Gaussian blurr with 15% opacity. But, mostly a long exposure

    Amr
    Thanks Amr

    That fills in the missing gap.


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    Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ380 |

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    Leica S2 + SMC Pentax-M* 67 300mm F4 ED [IF] @ f/4
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    [QUOTE=aCIDfire;536276]

    This is a wonderful image, thanks for sharing.

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    One might assume that I would have learned to spell my own name by now..

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    S2and 70mm Summarit,I posted the same shot in the S thread but this version has deeper blacks added with levels,processed in C1P7
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    S2and 70mm Summarit,I posted the same shot in the S thread but this version has deeper blacks added with levels,processed in C1P7
    Nice shot,.. can you compare editing S2 files in Lightroom vs C1P7? What do you prefer?
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    Nice shot,.. can you compare editing S2 files in Lightroom vs C1P7? What do you prefer?
    I think C1P7 pulls more detail from the file and color is good but for skin tone's LR5 is better,producing smoother skin.. the main issue's using C1P7 is lack of lens correction profile's and you can't use DNG profile's,although shooting a macbeth color checker image and using auto adjustment works well..

    You can try C1P for free ,it's worth trying.. https://www.phaseone.com/en/Download...ne-Pro-7.aspx?

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    IQ180 Phase 35mm lens - ISO 35 f22 4 sec exposure.

    Location Sardinia - just North West of Nuoro - stone age village well.

    Here you see the ghostly image of a woman fetching water from the well.

    We spent at least 2 hours at this location and not another person came in that time - this is the beauty of Sardinia - lots of secluded spots where one can soak in the mysteries of the past or the beauty of the present - and often both at the same time.


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    Kinda hard to beat what Mal just posted however...

    Been a little busy the past couple weeks in Jackson Hole. This was from this morning; Phase DF, IQ160, and a Mamiya 300mm.

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    Another one from Söderåsens national park in the south of Sweden. This image was heading for the trash bing, but then it started to grow on me and a decided to save it.


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    My favorite place in the south of Sweden!
    Söderåsen is always right, in the beech woods, a special place

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post

    Another one from Söderåsens national park in the south of Sweden. This image was heading for the trash bing, but then it started to grow on me and a decided to save it.


    Haselblad H4D-50 | HC 3,5/35 | f32 | 23s | iso 50
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    Did two http://www.doug-peterson.com/category/nudes/ shoots this month.

    I've gone blind editing them and would appreciate any input you have on favorites/losers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Kinda hard to beat what Mal just posted however...

    Been a little busy the past couple weeks in Jackson Hole. This was from this morning; Phase DF, IQ160, and a Mamiya 300mm.

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    This looks really good - if this is taken with the f4.5 Mamiya - how sharp is it?

    I have that lens and I am always disappointed with the results - maybe it is just my technique needs to be different, to get the best out of the lens.



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    This looks really good - if this is taken with the f4.5 Mamiya - how sharp is it?

    I have that lens and I am always disappointed with the results - maybe it is just my technique needs to be different, to get the best out of the lens.



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    Mal, this is a 100percent crop of the original file cropped to 6x8 for a possible ceramic tile. Looking at it on a 24" monitor shows its very sharp. Then again I was on tripod. This lens has never been a disappointment. And yes it was taken with the 4.5 300. While I was shooting this morning I couldn't help to think what a 240 on a 2x doubler would give me.

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    I just picked a red cabbage from the garden and when I sliced it in half was startled at the appearance: I swear I can see a figure with two or more arms and a rather frightening face.

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    _IGP9212 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Welcome to the forum Andrew - and you've certainly grabbed our attention!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew View Post
    Andrew,this is beautiful,is it natural light only?

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    Leica S and S30mm,processed in C1P7 and a touch of topaz clarity added in PS.
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    Andrew, great composite. Welcome.

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    Here's another from my trip to Big Sur. Enjoy!

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    Processed in Phocus, LR, PS, Silver Efex 2
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    Thank you yes it's natural light

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    Ach 260, DF+, 55 mmLS

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    ach 260 DF+ 55 mm LS
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    A few shots from a workshop I attended last week.

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