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    Yunnan Province, China
    Not the best weather but photographically very interesting.

    Cambo AE, IQ180, HR40 which seems the perfect lens for here.





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    Lots of rain in the NE US. View of a garden from under an umbrella.


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    Straight from the camera only added the watermark this morning. Phase DF/IQ160 55mm (handheld). Hoh Rainforest, Olympic National Park.

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    Watching the traces of ice ages makes stories pop up in my head.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Bildfokus, nice image, but those are sedimentary rocks which are not caused by glaciation. They are at an angle because of plate tectonics. The look like they were cut by water, not ice. Just sayin'...

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    Will, you might be right.

    I know nothing about this topic. This images was taken in Söderåsen national park and I was only reading from the phone-app they have made. But I could be at the wrong place and the information that I get was for an another place in the national park.

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    Some impressions from the beautiful islands of the Azores.

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    HD50, HC210
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    I had the good fortune to work with Kimanie Farquharson yesterday. Here is a teaser from the shoot.

    Styling by Nicole Rose
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    Mamiya AFD2 and leaf aptus 22 back


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    HB 500C/M - 50mm Distagon - Epson 750 scan
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    DF+/ schneider 75-150 LS/ P1 260
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    DF+/ schneider 75-150 LS/ P1 260
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Hunan Province of China

    IQ180, Cambo AE, HR40, ISO 35, 1/30, 10mm rise


    Very beautiful, and it seems alien. The thing that delates that this is the earth is the green vegetation. If the picture was in black and white I will be wondering.

    Leaving the jokes, truly a beautiful capture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Hunan Province of China

    IQ180, Cambo AE, HR40, ISO 35, 1/30, 10mm rise

    Quote Originally Posted by ddanois View Post
    Now this is a graphic novel! Fantastic work!

    Thanks for sharing,
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    Love the treatment of color.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Hunan Province of China

    IQ180, Cambo AE, HR40, ISO 35, 1/30, 10mm rise

    Ed,this reminds me of Roger Dean's artwork.. superb.
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    645DF, IQ180, 35mm, 1/125, f11, iso200.

    Title of image - "The past sleeps in the river bed"

    Location Diamantina Lakes - Far Western Queensland.
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    Sailing ship, Lake Erie; I'm not sure of the identity. 645D, 600mm +1.4x with crop. Distortion caused by warm water and cool air. ISO 1600, which gives rise to the "grain", which I think suits the image.


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Sailing ship, Lake Erie; I'm not sure of the identity. 645D, 600mm +1.4x with crop. Distortion caused by warm water and cool air. ISO 400, which gives rise to the "grain", which I think suits the image.


    _IGP9295 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    This is really nice!!!!!!!!! Great image!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    And the "bling"

    The diagonals, your neck line and triangle formed by your legs all point into the tankard, which launches itself off the blue ground .... Where's the big frothy beer!!!!


    Well done Nathan! Sorry couldn't catch up when I was in Norwary, was a work gig and no personal time
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Sailing ship, Lake Erie; I'm not sure of the identity. 645D, 600mm +1.4x with crop. Distortion caused by warm water and cool air. ISO 400, which gives rise to the "grain", which I think suits the image.


    _IGP9295 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    We need a "More than like" button! I was going to say outstanding, then I settled on 'astounding'. It's like a mirage in the desert. Very beautiful ... have you printed it to determine what size it works? I can't imagine it being a big print but perhaps needs a big matt?

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    Thanks Paul and Phil, your comments are much appreciated. I have not yet printed the shot; it was taken about 12 hours ago.

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    I bought a Heliopan ND filter this spring, but I have not used it much. So I mounted it on my HC 3,5/35 and went for a ride looking for moving water.


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    Cambo AE, Rodi 23 mm, IQ 260
    Beautiful Amsterdam at night.
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    Hasselblad H3DII-31 /80mm

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    Haunting image!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    Ed,this reminds me of Roger Dean's artwork.. superb.
    That's quite a compliment, thanks!

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    Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ380 |

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    Quote Originally Posted by awolf View Post
    Beam me up Scotty!

    Great image, love the feel.
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    Cambo AE, Rodi 32, Credo WS 80
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    St Vrain River and damage from last week's storms. Hasselblad H4d-60 with HC 35-90.


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    Quote Originally Posted by aeaemd View Post
    Cambo AE, Rodi 32, Credo WS 80
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    I find this a very effective image.

    Gets me thinking about all sorts of contrasts and positive shape vs negative space and so on and so forth.

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    Trying to figure out the lighting on this one. Where was the light on the post coming from that didn't light anything else?

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    Some more Zhangjiajie weirdness.

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    Superb shot Ed! Details in the photo are amazing..
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    This is a result when you take a walk with 2 cameras


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    H4D40, 100 mm+teleconv.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aCIDfire View Post
    One pic from a place in South Bohemia which I visit in the past as a child... nice to go back there with memories.


    Leica S2 + Summarit-S 35/2.5 ASPH
    Have it changed a lot? do you have an old picture to share?

    Superb capture .
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Some more Zhangjiajie weirdness.


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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Trying to figure out the lighting on this one. Where was the light on the post coming from that didn't light anything else?
    I took a slightly overexposed shot and layered it in. The water reflection was too crisp, I needed a way to show it was a reflection by showing the post.
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    H4D 40 28 mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by jduncan View Post
    Have it changed a lot? do you have an old picture to share?

    Superb capture .
    Thx, the place and surroundings remain unchanged for almost 20 years when I was there Unfortunately I don´t have pictures from that time..
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    H4D 40 28 mm
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    Nice picture with Hassy 28, I´d crop it a bit from the right side
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    Thought I'd offer something a little different from my normal landscape, shot yesterday in the Bridger-Teton National Forest. DF/IQ160 150mm f/8 1/160.

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    Looks like it was shot 100 years ago Don...
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