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    Mamiya DF, DM22 (Leaf Aptus II), Mamiya 55mm F2.8

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    Flathead River, MT.

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    Really nice shot, do you have more pictures with 100/2.2 + Extension tube 13mm?? I like my 100/2.2 on S2 and 13mm ext.tube would be a great upgrade for close-up shots.
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    In this one I also used extension tube 13mm. I'm very satisfied with the extension tube and it make the HC 2,2/100 very versatile.


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    Hasselblad H4D-50 | HC 3,5/35 | f32 | 8s | Heliopan ND filter
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    Another awe inspiring sunrise on the Maine coast



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    Thanks!
    In this one I also used extension tube 13mm. I'm very satisfied with the extension tube and it make the HC 2,2/100 very versatile.


    Really nice Mikael - simple, yet effective composition.
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    My shot of the garden



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    Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse



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    Soviet-era Kremlkovtzi Steel Mill, near Sofia, Bulgaria
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    Shot these for school recently. I did rent a 120mm macro and have to admit that I was very surprised at how large and heavy this lens actually was. I expected less bulk and weight and the AF is damn slow but qualitywise it left nothing to be desired.

    H2, P30+, f16 (which is the breaking point for this back in my opinion)


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    I haven't yet decided which one to hand in. Which one do you guys prefer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxKißler View Post
    Shot these for school recently. I did rent a 120mm macro and have to admit that I was very surprised at how large and heavy this lens actually was. I expected less bulk and weight and the AF is damn slow but qualitywise it left nothing to be desired.

    H2, P30+, f16 (which is the breaking point for this back in my opinion)

    I haven't yet decided which one to hand in. Which one do you guys prefer?
    The first one is the one I'd turn in, better composition. I also like feeling more drawn to the eyes in that one and the oil painting feel to it as well.
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    The first is classic, the second a little more "attitude" showing through, giving it an edgy appeal. I like both for different reasons, a tough call.
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    Shot these for school recently. I did rent a 120mm macro and have to admit that I was very surprised at how large and heavy this lens actually was. I expected less bulk and weight and the AF is damn slow but qualitywise it left nothing to be desired.

    H2, P30+, f16 (which is the breaking point for this back in my opinion)

    Lovely!
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    Okay have to be honest and one reason I use long lenses is too compress the face more. The top one her nose looks kind of big to avoid that have her turn ever so slightly more towards camera or center with her nose. Whoever your dealing with a long nose you try not to get to far off center or it looks longer. Also if she had a slight tilt in her head it would soften her look even more. So top one slight tilt and nose more center. Second one I'm not as fond of. I never shoot anyone with square shoulders to camera. It makes them look flat. Always try to put some kind of angle on them , it also makes people look thinner. Portraits are all about angles of body and face. Given a combination will create different looks. Head up usually gives a slightly more edgy attitude, head slightly down gives a more submissive look. I mean that in a good way. I would hand in the top one but if you have one with nose slightly more center and slightly down , my bet her nose would be smaller looking.

    I would get a friend for a couple hours and just work on angles and looks that your after. Light angles come later but just understanding what angles will do is immensely helpful given a certain person and look your after.

    Btw great looking model , my comments have nothing to do about her but more about working her attributes to hide and enhance her. Bottom line on this portrait it's about her beauty.
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    I would also add to the top one a slight rim light on very low just to break head from background . But a very soft break
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxKißler View Post
    Shot these for school recently. I did rent a 120mm macro and have to admit that I was very surprised at how large and heavy this lens actually was. I expected less bulk and weight and the AF is damn slow but qualitywise it left nothing to be desired.

    H2, P30+, f16 (which is the breaking point for this back in my opinion)


    And another one:



    I haven't yet decided which one to hand in. Which one do you guys prefer?
    I like the first one but they're both great!
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    Another vote for the first one.

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    Eastern Front, Glacier NP, MT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Congratulations Ed! Perfect color, light and composition! Pramote

    Thanks so much for this amazing compliment Pramote (I haven't been on here for a few days, so sorry for the slow response).
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    Love this one Pramote - you can really feel the place, the light, the sharp air!

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    Thanks very much Ed for your kind words! Pramote

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    Another one from North Head, Sydney
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    Mamiya ZD 120macro 6 shot stitch
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    who is using a mirror lens in MF?
    This example is not a good film, I dream about IQ160-80 shot.
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    Dismal weather, but we took a trip to Niagara Falls. Here's a view of the Sir Adam Beck hydroelectric plant, in the background are the Niagara River Gorge and the Queenston-Lewiston Bridge between the US and Canada.


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    Well I have finally done it and joined the inferno! These are the first from today's shakedown with my "new to me" Imacon 528C m/s (22mp fat pixel) back. I am using it on a 500c/m, in this case with a 50mm CFi lens. Only real issue is the connection to the pc and getting FlexColor to see the Imagebank reliably!

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    Thanks for your kind words and honest opinions everyone. Guy, I was actually thinking about using a rim light to pronounce the kind of dishevelled hair during shooting, but decided against it because I feared loosing that sort of "mystical look (?)". I don't know what it is, but the image kind of reminds me of Vermeer's the girl with the pearl earring even though it differs in light, composition etc.. I admit that it wasn't intentional but I like it nevertheless.

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    One of the amazing sunsets from Acadia



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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxKißler View Post
    Thanks for your kind words and honest opinions everyone. Guy, I was actually thinking about using a rim light to pronounce the kind of dishevelled hair during shooting, but decided against it because I feared loosing that sort of "mystical look (?)". I don't know what it is, but the image kind of reminds me of Vermeer's the girl with the pearl earring even though it differs in light, composition etc.. I admit that it wasn't intentional but I like it nevertheless.
    Totally understand your thinking. Just giving a couple thoughts to think about. People need to know the main elements to create a look. Body position head position, the look of the model and without a doubt the most important the look of the lighting. Of course the models look she is trying to convey. It's a mix of elements that create a great image.
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    These are from a couple of days ago. I've always wanted to do a bit more action based photography so here's my debut at that. It was a lot of fun and I did'nt expect it to be that "easy". I set the AF on continuous and released with the user button on the H2. Works just great.


    H2, P30+, HC 80mm, two Metz 45 triggered with my beloved poverty wizards (the cheapest radio triggers that work at all speeds ).




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    Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta. (Together with Glacier NP in Montana, this makes the International Peace Park - a UNESCO World Heritage site.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Totally understand your thinking. Just giving a couple thoughts to think about. People need to know the main elements to create a look. Body position head position, the look of the model and without a doubt the most important the look of the lighting. Of course the models look she is trying to convey. It's a mix of elements that create a great image.
    To be honest, I'm not satisfied with my lighting here anyway. I should have used a black board to the left to shade her right cheek better and it prooved once again that I'm not a fan of brightening up shadows. I won't be doing this again for a long time.

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    I have no intention of buying a Porsche, but that doesn't mean I can't recognize roads where I might like to drive one.


    Untitled1 by tsjanik47, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta. (Together with Glacier NP in Montana, this makes the International Peace Park - a UNESCO World Heritage site.)

    WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by awolf View Post
    The lighting and long exposure effect on this is superb!

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    More Bali

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
    More Bali

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    Wow Ed, they are stunning! That is Tanah Lot right? I'm so jealous. Deeply jealous!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxKißler View Post
    Wow Ed, they are stunning! That is Tanah Lot right? I'm so jealous. Deeply jealous!

    Hi Max, Thanks - I really appreciate that! Yes indeed, Tanah Lot temple at sunset. Only just made it in time due to the wonderful Balinese traffic!

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