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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post


    This is me!

    In the studio I often use to many strobes. So, today I forced my self to work with one beauty dish and no reflectors or fill light, just for the fun of it.


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    I know that "too many strobes" approach - I need to follow your example and simplify the lighting - your portrait is beautifully lit in my opinion.



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    A couple from this morning scouting for the CI workshop. Quick laptop edits but you get the idea.

    Cambo AE, IQ180, HR40, both single exposure stitched panos.



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    Ed,

    Nice! I suppose I can just ask next week, but how on earth do you stitch ocean waves? I've never managed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Ed,

    Nice! I suppose I can just ask next week, but how on earth do you stitch ocean waves? I've never managed it.

    --Matt
    After it is stitched you have to scour the image and correct any problems.

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    Hey save me one if those sunrises. Lol

    Nice Ed
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    I'm also a bit concerned that Ed is using up all of the photographs in Maine. I hope that there are still some left for the rest of us.
    Ylem ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Is the horizon so crooked on purpose? I think the tree would be improved with a straight horizon, it is a bit tilted down hill.
    arf.. horizon.. you right Thanks

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    AFDII + ZD + 55mm/2.8AF


    Warhammer wars: witch elf and slaves by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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    And another one from this morning..

    RZIID+ZD+50/4

    4 image stitch


    Autumn morning by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I'm also a bit concerned that Ed is using up all of the photographs in Maine. I hope that there are still some left for the rest of us.
    Agree Graham . Lol
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Agree Graham . Lol
    You guys can always jump on the plane, you know.. Or do rain dance so weather would go sour .. but its not sportsmanshippy
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    Ditto, really nice portrait Mikael!
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    Many thanks for the kind likes for my sunflower images, gents!

    Much appreciated - especially in view of the other superb photographs posted on this forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    And another one from this morning..

    RZIID+ZD+50/4

    4 image stitch


    Autumn morning by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
    Somehow I think that this isn't Dallas!
    Ylem ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    You guys can always jump on the plane, you know.. Or do rain dance so weather would go sour .. but its not sportsmanshippy
    Funny you say that I'm 5 minutes from boarding one. LOL
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    I know that "too many strobes" approach - I need to follow your example and simplify the lighting - your portrait is beautifully lit in my opinion.



    Mal
    Thanks Mal!

    Somehow I have started to think "since I have all this equipment I have to use it all at the same time". I had a big shoot last week and it was a 3 hour drive from my studio. When I arrived I had forgotten three soft boxes. I had to rethink and in the end I did not need them. I found a new look for the customer that gave more depth to the images thanks to the shadows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    Nice shot, but i feel it is flat, or that B&W didn't show the true beauty, so i would like to see this shot in colors if available.
    Hi Tareq!
    Glad you liked the composition.

    This picture was from the start meant to be presented in B/W.
    I did use a linear polarizer and a ND-filter to "squeeze" some dynamics out of the clouds.
    So the color version looks a bit strange with color cast in a big part of the sky due to the polarizer.

    The original scene was rather "tonally flat", and that was one of the things I liked about this scene.
    There is tonality from roughly 255 all the way down to 0 in this picture.
    But the majority of the area is in a rather tight and bright "tonality region".

    This was a reaction to all the burning sunsets I had for about 4 weeks in August.
    I become a bit burned out with this kind of views, so to say.
    And I think I am still a bit over-sensitive to over-saturated pictures,
    I now prefer autumn leaf in mist rather than in bright sunlight

    Ray

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    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    Hasselblad 501CM, 120mm f4 macro CF [not mine], FP4+, forgot which developer

    Hi Tareq

    Very impressive series of images.

    Query: what scanner do you use for your MF negatives, or are these scans of prints?

    Cheers, S.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post

    Guanella Pass, Georgetown, CO
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    Nice one Pramote!

    And a good illustration to my post above about my current preferences

    Ray

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    Nice one Pramote!

    And a good illustration to my post above about my current preferences

    Ray
    Thanks very much Ray for your kind words!
    I've got your point. Look like our visionary are similar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    Hi Tareq!
    Glad you liked the composition.

    This picture was from the start meant to be presented in B/W.
    I did use a linear polarizer and a ND-filter to "squeeze" some dynamics out of the clouds.
    So the color version looks a bit strange with color cast in a big part of the sky due to the polarizer.

    The original scene was rather "tonally flat", and that was one of the things I liked about this scene.
    There is tonality from roughly 255 all the way down to 0 in this picture.
    But the majority of the area is in a rather tight and bright "tonality region".

    This was a reaction to all the burning sunsets I had for about 4 weeks in August.
    I become a bit burned out with this kind of views, so to say.
    And I think I am still a bit over-sensitive to over-saturated pictures,
    I now prefer autumn leaf in mist rather than in bright sunlight

    Ray
    Hi Ray!

    Thank you very much for explanation of your shot, it is more sense now, i may like that flat color or look like desaturated, but this B&W i feel it lacks of punch or contrast or whatever, maybe this is what you or some like it that way, after all it is still nice decent shot and i like it, keep up your work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Hi Tareq

    Very impressive series of images.

    Query: what scanner do you use for your MF negatives, or are these scans of prints?

    Cheers, S.
    Thanks!

    I use Epson V750 for my scans, but i feel i want to go all the way to drum scanner if i can afford and find one to be shipped.

    It is just dry scan using that manufacturer film holder [Epson] and using Epson Scan, and all recommending using betterscanning holder and another software rather than Epson Scan [SilverFast, VueScan], so maybe one day i will have enough time to use those more, still i find Epson Scan as the easiest direct friendly one to use.

    Also later i will try to try scanning by my MF + 120macro and see if this will give me better results than my V750 [many did test with 35mm DSLRs].
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post

    In the studio I often use to many strobes. So, today I forced my self to work with one beauty dish and no reflectors or fill light, just for the fun of it.


    Hasselblad H4d-50 | HC 2,2/100 | f5,6 | 1/125s | iso 50
    nice gradation on background and good light on subject
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Somehow I think that this isn't Dallas!
    actually it is :P

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    Some more pictures from the azores this year. The last one was a 250$ shoot, the wave destroyed my sync port from my Distagon 50 CFi.


    3 shoots vertikal, ND 6 gray filter, Horseman SW-D II, Rodi 35mm, P45+


    Hasselblad 503CW, 50mm Distagon CFi, P45+ , Lee Big Stopper


    Hasselblad 503CW, 50mm Distagon CFi, P45+

    Best regards from Switzerland
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    Smithsonian. Hasselblad H4D-60 with HC 100. ISO 50, 1 second at f/8


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    Portrait of Hypnos guitarist, french post-metal band.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kabraxis View Post
    Some more pictures from the azores this year. The last one was a 250$ shoot, the wave destroyed my sync port from my Distagon 50 CFi.


    Hasselblad 503CW, 50mm Distagon CFi, P45+

    Best regards from Switzerland
    While the economics of this type of photography are probably not good, I love the image.
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    Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ380 |

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    Camped near this hill west of Windorah in far western Queensland.

    here the whole hill is just breaking up - coming apart - so I took a close up of the characteristic pattern and then overlaid it so one can appreciate the way the hill is just exploding in slow motion.

    IQ180 stitched image.


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    Mamiya RZ67 ProII, 50mm, Kodak Portra-400NC

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    Hasselblad 501CM, 65mm CF, Fuji Provia 100F

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    Mamiya RZII, 58mm, Kodak TMAX100






    This camera is really incredible, using it properly will give something truly outstanding, regardless of its weight and also battery issue.

    My fav films i have out of this camera are:

    B&W: Acros 100, TMAX400
    Color neg: Reala100, Ektar100
    Color slide: Velvia 50, Velvia 100F
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    From a recent shoot in Greece.

    Hasselblad H3D, 28mm HCD lens.
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    From playing on brother-in-law´s garden and trampoline



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    Mamiya RZ ProII, 50mm, Kodak Portra 400









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    No More Mr. Nice Guy!

    Almost the same lighting as before. The only difference is that I directed the strobe more towards me for a smother gradient on the background. The strobe is also placed quit near me to get more spill light on the shadow side.


    Hasselblad H4D-50 | HC 2,2/100 | f4 | 1/500s | iso 50
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    ^^^ Good muscled portrait, well done, let's have something in colors as well!!!
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    Leica S2 + Hasselblad HC [email protected]/2.4
    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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    So how did you focus on yourself with this MF, Bildifokus?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    So how did you focus on yourself with this MF, Bildifokus?
    Manual focus. First measure the distance and set focus. I shoot tethered with Phocus software and i check focus and adjust to next image. In this shoot I used My iPhone to trigger the camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post
    Manual focus. First measure the distance and set focus. I shoot tethered with Phocus software and i check focus and adjust to next image. In this shoot I used My iPhone to trigger the camera.
    Cool, i will give that a try later, thanks for your answer.
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    From a shoot today.... this is the same young lady that I shot in my prizewinning "girl standing on horse" portrait....

    H4D-40 150n f11 1/8 (yes 1/8) mixed lighting... tungsten arri t1 and a profoto silver beauty dish (gridded)... oh and hand held

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    Quote Originally Posted by aCIDfire View Post

    Leica S2 + Hasselblad HC [email protected]/2.4
    This is very subtle in my opinion - it is like the subject is the air and here are just some spots to hold the air together. very inspirational.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post


    No More Mr. Nice Guy!

    Almost the same lighting as before. The only difference is that I directed the strobe more towards me for a smother gradient on the background. The strobe is also placed quit near me to get more spill light on the shadow side.


    Hasselblad H4D-50 | HC 2,2/100 | f4 | 1/500s | iso 50
    Both good portrait's,but if I had to choose I prefer the feathered look of the light in the first shot...
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    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    Both good portrait's,but if I had to choose I prefer the feathered look of the light in the first shot...
    Thanks, the first shot is more me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aCIDfire View Post

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    Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ380 |

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    Real cool image in every aspect awolf!

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