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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by ondebanks View Post
    Mamiya 645AFD, Kodak DCS645M Proback, 55mm N.



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    Such an underrated back. I still have several wall hangers from mine and I don't even think that my 60mp back would be better other than resolution.

    I always wanted to pick up the ProBack+ and use it with my 4x5 too. Say what you will about Kodak they certainly knew colour. Ditto Leaf.

    oops, btw for the image.
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    Mamiya AFDII, 300mm/2.8 APO, ZD back:


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Some more from my recent trip to Bali (which I have been told I should call a 'babymoon' - where did that made-up word spring from?):

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    One more:

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    In place of this home will go a McMansion in the $1.2-$1.5 million price range.

    P40+ Hasselblad 503CW, 50mm



    www.fredmuellerphotography.com (work in progress...)
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I forgot I shot this but thought folks would like to see the new Achromatic IQ 260 back.

    I shot this with a SK 120mm lens at about F11. I worked the image to give a nice effect but this back is truly unique. I did use the IR cut filter here.



    here is a 100 percent crop

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

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    Gull Rock and Clouds, Early Evening.

    Taken from the top of Nare Head on the Roseland in Cornwall, England

    IQ260, Phase One 645D and the 28mm Phase Mamiya lens.

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    Here is another view of the plane shot with the Roadie 23mm and the IQ 260 Achromatic . I did have to crop in here as the IR filter was in the image. I was rushing to get this one.

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

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    Regular IQ 260 with the Roadie 23mm

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

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    Hasselblad H4D-50 | HC 3,5/35 | f32 | 0,5s | iso 50
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Regular IQ 260 with the Roadie 23mm

    This turned out fantastic. Great eye realized in a great image.

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    Thanks Ed, waiting for you to post some of your winners and I know you got them. LOL

    Wish I stayed the extra day to get that lighthouse in Portland

    This was a very good workshop for images.

    BTW You where in this photo, had to clone you out. ROTFLMAO
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MILESF View Post
    Gull Rock and Clouds, Early Evening.

    Taken from the top of Nare Head on the Roseland in Cornwall, England

    IQ260, Phase One 645D and the 28mm Phase Mamiya lens.

    Your making fine use of the IQ 260. Really liked using that back last week.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Pentax 67 + Mamiya 80mm F1.9 recorded on 6x7 polaroid full frame at F1.9.
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    Here Ed. I was going to leave it and call it "The Lone Walk". 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
    Your making fine use of the IQ 260. Really liked using that back last week.
    Guy, it's a nice piece of kit. The slight disappointment is that the images via Capture Pilot are a bit fuzzy on an iPad 3rd Gen. I read somewhere that the original iPad may be better so I'm about to dig the old one out and give it a try.

    Thanks for your comments. Liking Getdpi very much.

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    Black Hills, SD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Here Ed. I was going to leave it and call it "The Lone Walk". LOL

    "The walking dead" comes to mind... looks like a scene straight from the show.. all it needs is a "walker"

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    One from the studio today...
    H4D-40 150n Tiffen black pro mist 1/4 Profoto Silver beauty dish, 5 foot octa as fill, silver refelctor and a zoom reflector behind her head...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pham Minh Son View Post
    Pentax 67 + Mamiya 80mm F1.9 recorded on 6x7 polaroid full frame at F1.9.

    Hey there! How did you manage to mount a Mamiya 80mm f1.9 (a 645 lens) on a Pentax 67? Oh, and nice shot :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Here Ed. I was going to leave it and call it "The Lone Walk". LOL

    I like the version wih 'mini Ed' in it
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    [QUOTE=Bill Caulfeild-Browne;542704]Black Hills, SD

    Very nice Bill. I love images from there; I've visited the Black Hills every few years my entire life. My mother grew up in the Black Hills (Deerfield and Hill City); the family had the General Store, post office, gas station, sawmill and farm in one location - the first super center.

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    Bighorn National Forest, Wyoming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Such an underrated back. I still have several wall hangers from mine and I don't even think that my 60mp back would be better other than resolution.

    I always wanted to pick up the ProBack+ and use it with my 4x5 too. Say what you will about Kodak they certainly knew colour. Ditto Leaf.

    oops, btw for the image.
    Thank you, Graham!

    Yes, the old KAF-16802 sensored Kodak is still delivering the goods for me, on shots like this. I fully agree that they have been underrated...perhaps because they didn't have the overhyped 16-bit mojo; or because Contax 645 users found them overheating sometimes - which really was the fault of *Contax*, not Kodak; unlike the Mamiya AFD and Hasselblad H1, the Contax body had no way to electronically command/allow the back to 'sleep'. As the user manual says: "When you turn off the power on the CONTAX 645 camera body, the DCS 645C continues to use full power for approximately one hour".

    And I suppose, when Kodak abruptly stopped making MF backs in 2004 (one of Kodak management's many poor decisions, IMO), some people would have been nervous about staying with them.

    Of course you have to like shooting square format photos...but I do like that.

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    An interesting day in Sydney (the worst day for bushfires in a decade, cloaking the city in smoke)... Here are a few pictures, starting with a gentle sunrise and ending in a dramatic, smokey sunset:

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    Images are beautiful , its a shame the cause of it though. But that is what creates it is environmental conditions.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    You're so right Guy - it's a terrible shame about the fires. So many people have lost property and even their homes. Let's just hope everyone manages to stay safe...

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    [QUOTE=Ed HUrst;542894]An interesting day in Sydney (the worst day for bushfires in a decade, cloaking the city in smoke)... Here are a few pictures, starting with a gentle sunrise and ending in a dramatic, smokey sunset:

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    Cambo WRS, IQ260 HR70

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Thanks Ed, waiting for you to post some of your winners and I know you got them. LOL

    Wish I stayed the extra day to get that lighthouse in Portland

    This was a very good workshop for images.

    BTW You where in this photo, had to clone you out. ROTFLMAO
    I had never been cloned out before. I can tell you the empty feeling in the pit of my stomach followed by a total lack of sense of self-worth was not an enjoyable experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan Stephens View Post
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    Fantastic Bryan. I had never seen this perspective before.
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    A small garden we visited (quickly) in Northeast Harbor during the Acadia workshop last week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I like the version wih 'mini Ed' in it
    Kind of depicts my blank, aimless approach to photography.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Fantastic Bryan. I had never seen this perspective before.
    I totally agree. Nice job finding an unusual perspective at the village where the cliche shot with reflection is the norm.

    Nice.
    Last edited by GrahamWelland; 17th October 2013 at 16:52. Reason: Frickin iPhone ....
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    Near Cody, WY. Can you spot the Bald Eagle? Didn't see him myself until post!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I totally agree. Nice job finding an unusual perspective at the village where the cliche shot with reflection is the norm.

    Nice.
    What, you mean like this cliche?



    I thought so...



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    (Of course, Bryan asked us if we wanted to try the shot from his perspective, but Stuart and I were both about a foot too short.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    What, you mean like this cliche?



    I thought so...



    --Matt

    (Of course, Bryan asked us if we wanted to try the shot from his perspective, but Stuart and I were both about a foot too short.)
    Yup. I'm similarly vertically challenged and I would probably have come back with that image again. Maybe about a ft to the left though

    Btw, it's still an iconic scene though.
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    OK, here are some of my Cliche's. We got a lot of them last week. What a fun trip!!





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    Indeed, I had several from further to the left, but 1) the light through the leaves was very brief, and 2) this was the only shot without photographers visible at the right side of the bridge

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    Taken with an old Imacon Ixpress 16 back mounted on a Rollei 6008 Integral, and it is my first post in this forum :-)
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    Very nice Pramote!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oyvindandersen View Post
    Taken with an old Imacon Ixpress 16 back mounted on a Rollei 6008 Integral, and it is my first post in this forum :-)
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    I see my posts both got entered, sorry about that. My browser hung on the first one and I redid it and got a database crash error message. Obviously both went through so ADMIN feel free to delete one of them.

    On a side note, I am cycling out my 2500mha phase batteries for the new 2900 they use in the IQ2 series. If anyone wants a few of my old batteries send me a PM with your mailing address and I'll send them your way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oyvindandersen View Post
    Taken with an old Imacon Ixpress 16 back mounted on a Rollei 6008 Integral, and it is my first post in this forum :-)
    Terrific first post. Looking forward to more. Welcome to the forum.
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    In Sweden we call this tree Rönn. I'm not sure, but I think you recognize it as Rowan or Mountain Ash. The are so beautiful when turning from green to red.


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