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    Imacon 528C, 500C/M, 50mm CFi.

    I'm not normally a big fan of rocks and trees but this is lovely.
    I'm going to bookmark it for those who keep telling me that Imacon backs are studio only..

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    A new beauty shot from myself






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    Imacon 528C, 500C/M, 50mm CFi.

    I love this scene. It conveys a strong Tolkien mood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    In keeping with some recent abstracts...


    Am I the only one to see the face of an angry gnome in Bill's ice?



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    Milford Sound, New Zealand (South Island)

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    Elsewhere on the South Island:

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    A little different look at an iconic location ... 6 of snow in Moab.


    Rm3di/IQ180 with Rodenstock 70mm, 1/60th at f/22, iso 35
    A very impressive image .
    I feel like being on a far away planet .
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    Totally agree Jurgen - a stunning image!
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    Another one from Spain in the mountains of Andalucia.



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    A lot of walking that day with feet and backs aching - but all in good spirit and excellent images as a result! Great capture Micke!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    A lot of walking that day with feet and backs aching - but all in good spirit and excellent images as a result! Great capture Micke!!!
    It was a great day Dan and I'll be back soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ondebanks View Post
    Am I the only one to see the face of an angry gnome in Bill's ice?



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    Here's the full frame before cropping etc.

    The gnome is still there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ondebanks View Post
    Am I the only one to see the face of an angry gnome in Bill's ice?

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    I can't see it Ray. Your previous reference to Tolkien may explain why you can. If anything, I see the Nazgl
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    Another from the Canadian Rockies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I can't see it Ray. Your previous reference to Tolkien may explain why you can. If anything, I see the Nazgl
    I made a quick over-sketch to make the gnome face clearer. Does that help?




    What can I say - as an observational scientist, I am well trained in spotting patterns, but sometimes random assemblages can mimic structure!

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    I guess since where talking human patterns in nature I'll post mine.

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    She is far more attractive than the gnome.



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    Absolutely no hidden Gnomes of any kind

    Sdersen nature reserve

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    Looks like hidden crocodile in this one.
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    Well, the the warranty is only walid for Gnomes

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    Looking through some (really!) old files today. This is a Rollei TLR shot from 1969. A waist level viewfinder can be very useful!

    The engine was built in 1883 and helped build the CPR's transcontinental line.

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    Belvedere Palace and Museum in Vienna during a Christmas time..





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    Ed Hurst, www.spiffingpics.com
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    Will, care to share the method ? Perfectly all right if its proprietary.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by ondebanks View Post
    I made a quick over-sketch to make the gnome face clearer. Does that help?




    What can I say - as an observational scientist, I am well trained in spotting patterns, but sometimes random assemblages can mimic structure!

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    Yes, but Ed's figure is much prettier .
    Here's an old film scan you may enjoy Ray. It's of shale covered by a morning frost. Titled "Faces".

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    Quote Originally Posted by satybhat View Post
    Will, care to share the method ? Perfectly all right if its proprietary.
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    Nothing complicated. I move the camera during the exposure--I shoot at ISO 100 at f/22 or f/32 (I don't worry about the loss of detail through diffraction ). The type of movement is important and it is relative to the shutter speed. For me, it is a tricky technique because I do not crop my images, so there is a bit of practice and a bunch of luck. To process the RAW image usually require changes the the curve as well as controlling the colors through channel mixing with saturation and luminance--the image will have a loss of contrast and saturation because of the motion..

    Once the RAW is open, to get the negative image, but positive colors, simply invert the curve of the image and then rotate the colors in the hue, saturation, and brightness palette 180 degrees with the hue slider. (You can also do this by changing to Lab color space and simply inverting the luminance channel, but then you really need to go back to an RGB space for printing and display, so it is more complex.) From there you can adjust the curve as required to balance the tones.
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    AFDIIID+Leaf 54s+55-100


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    Winter's back in the N. Hemisphere


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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Winter's back in the N. Hemisphere
    Superb pictures, which lens did you use?
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    What a fantastic image - take away the rain and it would probably look like 100,000 other shots of the location, but the rain and the time of year and B&W - really terrific image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    What a fantastic image - take away the rain and it would probably look like 100,000 other shots of the location, but the rain and the time of year and B&W - really terrific image.

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    Thanks very much Mal!
    It was a snow day and they shut down the schools and government offices although it recovered very fast.
    When I took this picture, it's more than just a picture. It really touched me and made it so special to me personally. I am glad you feel the same.

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    One of new campus buildings (full of metal outside) in Vienna. Walking around this building I imagined that it looks like a part of spaceship I tried many variations of PP but finally I like this high contrast scene..




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    I'm late to this party, forgive me...



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    Superb pictures, which lens did you use?
    Thanks very much. Both are old film scans; all this looking for figures in abstract shots reminded me of these. The first was taken with a Pentax 67 and the 135mm macro with tubes (I think); the bottom shot was with the 120mm 645 macro using a 645N.

    Two more, both with the 645 120mm: Note the dragon in the second shot


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    And the flip side of what I like to shoot...



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    Well, this is my last apple (Jonagold) this year for the project I started earlier. It was basically so I could blog about apple varieties in Maine. Naturally, these varieties exist outside Maine as well. Anyway, I have about 13 varieties posted for this year (if you are interested, just click on the apple tag to see them all). Apple season is coming to an end and will have to wait until next year to add to this.
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    I like the way that great images are inspiring others to post similar/related images in this thread.

    Pramote's marvellous Korean War memorial image prompted me to show this one for the first time.



    Normandy American Cemetery/memorial above Omaha Beach.

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    Given the recent theme of seeing faces in natural structures...

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    Country roads.... I think I see some faces in the trees and shadows. P21+, Mamiya 80/2.8D, 645AF

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