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    One more from yesterday morning. DF/IQ160 150mm f/5.6 1/160

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    One Leica macro/close-up shot


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    Leica S,CS70mm,iso100/f8/12sec...
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    One more sunset from my stay at the island during August.
    It is interesting to se how boring colorful sunsets become after 2 or 3 weeks.

    So now I am planing to spend a weekend in the beech woods of Söderåsen nature reserve in south of Sweden.
    In the end of October the wood becomes a magical place, under the trees.

    If all goes well there will be one day of scooting with the Fuji X-E1, one day with the Mamiya/P45+ and one day of 4x5 color film.
    And no colorful sunsets at the beaches...

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    This old Graham from the 1930s and the Big Thompson River, west of Loveland, shared the same space for a while last week. The Big Thompson is fine. Hasselblad H4D-60 and HC 35-90.

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    Bokeh masters


    Leica S2 + APO-Macro-Summarit-S 120/2.5 @ f/2.5
    Leica S2 | S-35,70,120,180 | Hasselblad HC 100/2.2 | Pentax 67 M* 300/4 + 1.4 TC| Mamiya C 55/2.8 N, 80/2.8 N, A 120/4, 150/2.8 D | Sony A7r II + various lenses
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    Been busy as heck just lately but most shoots have been for stuff that I cant publish yet... that said here are a few from today for a knitwear designer...
    H4D-40 80mm tripod natural light with a reflector.. thats it
    iso 100 f2.8 1/90


    iso 100 f4 1/20
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    a couple more
    both iso 100 f4 1/45


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    As we head into autumn, here is an image I took using a loaned CFV-50 - a dream machine - loved the files - and the old Zeiss lenses shape up quite well.



    HB 503 and Zeiss 180mm.
    Sadly these tress have all been knocked down in the interim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    As we head into autumn, here is an image I took using a loaned CFV-50 - a dream machine - loved the files - and the old Zeiss lenses shape up quite well.



    HB 503 and Zeiss 180mm.
    Sadly these tress have all been knocked down in the interim.
    Beautiful use of colour and contrast..
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    Leica S and CS70mm,f4,iso100 and 1/2 sec.... no tripod for this or previous shot,just put the Camera on the ground and set the timer..
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    Color version of previous shot..
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    IQ180 35mm 1/200 f11 iso200.

    A great bunch of guys who were taking a tea break from clearing this forest on the Isle of Skye. Scotland a great place to be.


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    Shale shoreline, Lake Erie. Exposure blend, 645D, 35mm A. I've tried Photomatix and PS HDR, but I find simple exposure blending to be my choice.


    Untitled1 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    DF+, 55-110, 260
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Just goes to show that that the 55-110 isn't as s****y as some would make out!

    To be honest I've never been artistically challenged by any of the mamiya/Phase glass. Nor sensors actually.

    Btw.as I told you offline, this is an excellent image!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by TimothyHyde View Post
    This old Graham from the 1930s and the Big Thompson River, west of Loveland, shared the same space for a while last week. The Big Thompson is fine. Hasselblad H4D-60 and HC 35-90.

    Truly sad to see it in such a condition. Nice environmental shot! (sad as it's my namesake)
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    Mamiya AFDII, ZD back, 200mm APO:
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    Downtown Denver
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    Not quite downtown Denver - Dunvegan Castle, Isle of Skye.

    IQ180, 35mm 1/20sec, f5.6 iso 35
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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post


    Not quite downtown Denver - Dunvegan Castle, Isle of Skye.

    IQ180, 35mm 1/20sec, f5.6 iso 35
    This is really nice Mal,did you use a gradient map for the tartan fabric?

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    [QUOTE=Landscapelover;539214]

    Downtown Denver
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    Taken from Diamond Hill, correct? I have basically the same photo, but Nikon format. Nice work on this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimothyHyde View Post
    This old Graham from the 1930s and the Big Thompson River, west of Loveland, shared the same space for a while last week. The Big Thompson is fine. Hasselblad H4D-60 and HC 35-90.

    Beautiful Shot. How come nobody has rescue this car?
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    Diamond Tweeter


    Last week I was shooting High End speakers that will launch in CES 2014. This is one of the diamond tweeters that is implemented in the construction. I used a 13mm extension tube and the HC 2,2/100. The image is a 100% crop.


    Hasselblad H4D-50 | HC 2,2/100 | HC 13mm | f13 | 1/180s | iso 100
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    Nice work, Mikael.

    What company are the from - look cool - probably sound terrific and cost a gazzilion.

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    The diamond tweeter is from Thiel & Partner GmbH (Accuton) and the speaker from Marten Design. I was able to listen to it for a short while, but they was trimming the filters so it was not a ready product, but it sounded very good!

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    Thanks for the reply - Accuton make impressive gear.

    If you think MFD prices were insane, then watch this review of the recent High End show in Munich...

    Munich High End Show 2013 - YouTube

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    "Beautiful Shot. How come nobody has rescue this car?"
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    Thanks, Antonio. I'm sure the owner of the car will get to the rescue, but he has much bigger problems. His house and business was demolished by the flood, along with all the houses upriver for miles on the Big Thompson River. This car is a detail in much wider and more serious destruction.

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    "Thanks, Antonio. I'm sure the owner of the car will get to the rescue, but he has much bigger problems. His house and business was demolished by the flood, along with all the houses upriver for miles on the Big Thompson River. This car is a detail in much wider and more serious destruction."

    Uh wow sorry to hear about that.

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    Thanks very much for your complement!
    Yes, it was taken from Diamond Hill.
    I've known how to go but just learnt from you this place is called "Diamond Hill"
    Do you live in Denver?
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    Taken from Diamond Hill, correct? I have basically the same photo, but Nikon format. Nice work on this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    This is really nice Mal,did you use a gradient map for the tartan fabric?
    No gradient mapping - I actually bought the tartan while at the castle so I could make this image - photographed it using a TS lens and added it and the tree trunks and roots which I also photographed on location at the castle.

    Married the layers together in photoshop using masks.

    Regards



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    One from this evening...
    H4D-40 HC150n f13 1/10s Profoto magnum
    honda NSX special... 1000 horses without the NOS... 3.5 litre twin turbo... one of a kind...

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    H4D-40 28mm f11 1/180

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    another... 28mm again

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    and with the 50-110 at 90mm

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    Went out to Pemaquid Point yesterday. It was a clear, fall day. There was a fog bank off the coast, well off the coast. In a matter of minutes, it made landfall.

    Last edited by Shashin; 30th September 2013 at 18:41.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Went out to Pemaquid Point yesterday. I was a clear, fall day. There was a fog bank off the coast, well off the coast. In a matter of minutes, it made landfall.
    Alone together.
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    One from the garden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    One from the garden.

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    For obvious reasons I like your image -

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    Mamiya 645AFD, 35mm, ZD back:

    120mm:
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    At least one part of the federal government remained open after midnight. Hasselblad H4D-60 with HC100, ISO 50, 11 seconds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimothyHyde View Post
    At least one part of the federal government remained open after midnight. Hasselblad H4D-60 with HC100, ISO 50, 11 seconds.

    Both the House & Senate were in session..the flags are up over their respective sides of the Capitol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregMO View Post
    Both the House & Senate were in session..the flags are up over their respective sides of the Capitol.
    Always a scary event
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    Quote Originally Posted by aCIDfire View Post
    One Leica macro/close-up shot


    Leica S2 + APO-Macro-Summarit-S 120/2.5 @ f/3.4
    The quality, the colors, the sharpness and the good moment.

    Nicely done.

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