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    Mamiya AFDII, ZD Back, 200mm/2.8 APO:
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    H4D-50 and [email protected] and 1/180,handheld...
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    Quote Originally Posted by gcap View Post
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    Best reflection in a long time. Well done

    I would have placed focus a bit forward though, getting the foreground in focus rather than the background.

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    RZ Proll, 140mm ML/A, P45

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    Same file with a polachrom look..
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    Shot from Acadia National Park . Cambo compact with Roadie 23mm


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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Shot from Acadia National Park . Cambo compact with Roadie 23mm


    Very nice guy,is that from the 260? Have you tried the Leica S system yet?

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    Yes the IQ 260 and Yes i shot the heck out of the Leica S. I have a lot to process and post.

    The Leica S I had the 30-90, 30,35,70,120 and 180. I shot with almost all of them except the 35 and 70. Mostly used the 30-90
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    [QUOTE=Guy Mancuso;541831]Shot from Acadia National Park . Cambo compact with Roadie 23mm

    Guy, it looks to me as there is some kind of flat sinus distortion to that lens, going from the left side of the horizon to the land fall on the right side.
    Or it might be my mac screen, you newer know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Yes the IQ 260 and Yes i shot the heck out of the Leica S. I have a lot to process and post.

    The Leica S I had the 30-90, 30,35,70,120 and 180. I shot with almost all of them except the 35 and 70. Mostly used the 30-90

    The 260 with the HR looks fantastic and the long exposure ability is welcomei read it can also do 8mins at base iso,thats very cool,looking forward to seeing those S shots.. especially the 30-90 as I thinking of ordering one next year...

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    Shot from Acadia National Park . Cambo compact with Roadie 23mm

    Guy, it looks to me as there is some kind of flat sinus distortion to that lens, going from the left side of the horizon to the land fall on the right side.
    Or it might be my mac screen, you newer know

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    I may have messed up with some key stoning to the image. Its a extreme wide and I'm about 2 ft from the ground.

    Had a chance to fix it here at the airport.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Best reflection in a long time. Well done

    I would have placed focus a bit forward though, getting the foreground in focus rather than the background.
    Many thanks Jorgen!

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    Mamiya 645AFD, 300mm/2.8 APO, ZD back:


    Same setup with the 120/4.0:
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    As I am traveling home I wish you all pleasant dreams. Good night

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

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    It's fall in the NE US. Sycamores and maples. This is a three exposure stich using the 645D and 200mm FA.


    Untitled_Panorama1 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Qatar, Doha.
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    The first one, with the moon, is really amazing! Great picture!
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    The first one, with the moon, is really amazing! Great picture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by weinlamm View Post
    The first one, with the moon, is really amazing! Great picture!
    Thanks! It's not the moon though, it's the sun! There was so much humidity that evening that made the sun that pale....
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    Looks really nice regardless. Great image is a great image regardless of subject. That's a great image
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    Alta Lakes, near Telluride, CO (EXIF in border of photo)



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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Alta Lakes, near Telluride, CO (EXIF in border of photo)

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    there is spot a bit to the right (about 15 meters) that allows for quite a bit better view Unless of course it changed much in past 5 years. Then again.. could be just me. I liked to have small islands and rocks in water to break reflections. Nice shot anyway.

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    RZIID+Leaf 54s+50/4


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post


    Hasselblad H4D-50 | HC 3,5/35 | f3,5 | 1/750s | iso 50
    that, with dog - brilliant
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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    that, with dog - brilliant
    Nice to see that I was not alone to see the humor in this image. For me it's a classical image from the world of cartoons.

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    Leica S with 30-90 zoom. I will figure out the best way to process these images. I shot all day with it and i do not use Lightroom and bringing them into C1 and i will build a nice style to handle them but it does look nice and a fun cam to shoot. Oh my muscles are much better with it too. A little heavy with that zoom but that lens is a major sweet heart. Shot at ISO 400




    Heck one more as you can see its always about the food. Shot at 30mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Alta Lakes, near Telluride, CO (EXIF in border of photo)



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    Really nice shot Joe.


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    Sure is great capture Joe
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    Fanny, Low Gravity Dancer.

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    Thanks Sergei, Mal and Guy. Your comments encourage me to continue to improve my photography. And yes Guy, the S with the 30-90mm zoom is a sweet combo.

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    Unbelievable weather. Dust and sun from behind the hill in the morning. 150mm @ f 11:

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    Bali sunrise (Mount Batur) - 645D + 35mm A (8 shot stitch)

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    PanoFromFiles_IGP3879-3896(AllFiles)Step9CropSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Mamiya 645AFD, Kodak DCS645M Proback, 55mm N.



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    Leica S with 30-90 zoom at 43mm framing. This is processed in C1 so maybe not critically correct color wise but artistically I like the look.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    RZIID+Leaf 54s+50/4


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    Well I found another one I kinda liked. Roadie 23mm about a 30 second exposure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Leica S with 30-90 zoom at 43mm framing. This is processed in C1 so maybe not critically correct color wise but artistically I like the look.

    I am SO glad that I couldn't afford to take that outfit home with me!
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    I am SO glad that I couldn't afford to take that outfit home with me!
    Very dangerous kit. That is for sure. That 30-90 is just killer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Unbelievably lit.
    thanks.. i used almost all lights i have nowdays...

    (i have 3 broken elinchrom heads.. well..one is half broken - waiting for me to get fan replaced - it got tripped on the floor from quite a height.. just dont want it to overheat and die.. And i got two 1000s heads that i got from ebay and need to fix DESPERATELY.. but i dont know anyone who can do it (()

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    One more from same series

    RZIID,Aptus54s,110/2.8


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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    A behind the scenes shot from Acadia. Guy is light painting on the left edge and Bryan is sort-of visible in the foreground.



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