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    One more from the lighthouse at "Kullen", south of Sweden.

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    Pramote, your Korean Memorial shot is outstanding
    Ray, another marvelous seascape


    One I've been playing with from last weekend. I am beginning to think I am going to have to go back to film for B&W! anyway.... Imacon 528C 500C/M 80mm CF.


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    I had to do this Andalucia image in black & white also.


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    Thanks for your kind words Allan

    I think I can understand your thinking regarding going back to film for B/W.
    I have the last 6 months contemplating a step to film only.
    (except for the Fuji x-camera as a small "point and shoot")

    I have not really fallen in love with my AFDlll camera, and based on what I have read here in different threads the 645DF will not make me much more happy.
    It is really only the eminent Hartblei 45 mm I bought from GrahamW that keeps me still with the AFD-camera.

    But, what keeps me from selling my P45+ now is the RZ ProllD system. Yesterday I bought the last piece for my new RZ set upp

    So now I will put my studio back together, it has been put away for close to two years now.
    For me the RZ is all about working with living subjects.
    The AFD always is between me and my subject, constantly separating us.
    With the RZ, it is like we are together leaning over the camera, in an ongoing dialog.
    The camera become the pivoting point that we dans around.

    Two old photos of my favorite model with my favorite camera, the RZ
    I think both is with the 140 macro and the old P45.

    And as this photos show, my studio is really where my models are at the moment.

    And I must admit that I have a soft spot for the photos of ckhfrankie for some reason

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by AaronK View Post
    Country roads.... I think I see some faces in the trees and shadows. P21+, Mamiya 80/2.8D, 645AF

    I love the lighting and composition, Aaron, but on my Mac it looks rather over-sharpened - or is it just me? I feel a softer look would benefit the subject.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Pramote, your Korean Memorial shot is outstanding
    Ray, another marvelous seascape


    One I've been playing with from last weekend. I am beginning to think I am going to have to go back to film for B&W! anyway.... Imacon 528C 500C/M 80mm CF.

    Thanks very much Alan for your kind words!
    Again, I love the color/B&W of your Imacon.
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    Myself and another local company got together and decorated a blank wall in the entrance of the local shopping centre... nice advertising for our services... the "model" is a well known (at least locally) artist who I often work with The wall is 4.5 meters wide by 2.8 high. Printed onto wallpaper We dubbed it "Norway's biggest xmas card"
    The shot on the wall was taken with my H4D-40 but this shot taken for the local press was taken with my 1Dx... (sorry) Linked from Facebook so the quality sucks... I am the dodgy looking one on the right...

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    From a recent shoot
    H4D-40 HC150n @ f3.2 1/250 iso 800, lit with one Lupoled set at 3200 kelvin

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    And another, same camera and settings and lighting as above...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ondebanks View Post
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Myself and another local company got together and decorated a blank wall in the entrance of the local shopping centre... nice advertising for our services... the "model" is a well known (at least locally) artist who I often work with The wall is 4.5 meters wide by 2.8 high. Printed onto wallpaper We dubbed it "Norway's biggest xmas card"
    The shot on the wall was taken with my H4D-40 but this shot taken for the local press was taken with my 1Dx... (sorry) Linked from Facebook so the quality sucks... I am the dodgy looking one on the right...

    Nathan, In your posts, you always appear to be having a great time. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you as well
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    One from 5 years ago in Tasmania. (It's the time of year for looking back!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Nathan, In your posts, you always appear to be having a great time. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you as well
    Thanks, I do try to enjoy myself.. Life is too short to be serious all the time
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    Very nice. Hope you are enjoying your visit to DC!

    I have a shot from a similar vantage point. 4x5, 300mm, Acros B&W film.
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    Back to photos:



    More outrageous bandwagon-jumping from me - Shashin's Japanese (?) garden reminded me of this, which despite being in France, gives me a Japanese garden buzz. Jardin aux Papillons (Butterflies garden), Vannes, Brittany.

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    Ray, not Japanese gardens, but grave sites. I am blogging about the Mozu necropolis this week in a series of posts. If you could get to the gate in the first image, you would see a large man-made island like this (but a lot bigger):

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    Ray’s image of the American Cemetery in Normandy, reminded me of an image I made a few years ago of Omaha Beach. I seemed so incongruous to be standing there on a beautiful sunny day, yet the beach appeared as it must have for thousands of years except for a short time in 1944.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    I love the lighting and composition, Aaron, but on my Mac it looks rather over-sharpened - or is it just me? I feel a softer look would benefit the subject.
    Bill
    Thanks for the feedback Bill. I don't think I sharpened the image much at all - resampling for the web using the 'sharper' option in Photoshop may be to blame. The contrasty light might also make it look a bit hard at this resolution.

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    I thought I'd post this four minute long exposure photo taken with an IQ-260. We were visiting Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. This is the smoke plume coming from the Kilauea volcano.

    The volcano is about one mile away, but we could still hear the lava churning in the caldera. The smoke plume is lit entirely by the glow from the lava pool inside the caldera. The brightest portion at the bottom of the plume was manually blended from a separate, shorter exposure.

    You can see a full-size jpeg on my website here..

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    Some fun at home with a Leica S and 70mm CS...
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    OK, one more from WWII in Normandy (Courseulles sur Mer)...



    Little more than a holiday snap really - I only show it as it is relevant. Plenty of issues: harsh mid-day sun; the breeze was from the wrong direction to display the Canadian flag nicely; and the pretty foreground flowers are a bit incongruous for such a deadly machine.

    OTOH, I managed to handhold 1/15 sec *perfectly*, if you pixel peep the original!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregMO View Post
    Very nice. Hope you are enjoying your visit to DC!

    I have a shot from a similar vantage point. 4x5, 300mm, Acros B&W film.
    Thanks Greg! Your picture is not bad either Pramote

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    Rolleiflex 2.8 Planar + Tri-X @ 3200 in D-76:





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    Nice to see some pics from you here, Dirk.

    Here is one from me. I have this printed here in big; in this condition, it even looks better - but I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    One more from the lighthouse at "Kullen", south of Sweden.

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    Superb! Love the colors and the mood.
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    I'm still in Andalucia in Spain.



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    Superb! Love the colors and the mood.
    Thanks for your kind words, Georg

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    Going through some old film scans. 645N, 35mm, Provia.
    I like the graphic quality of this image.

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    Wishing all the folk who frequent these pages a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

    I also would like to thank the members who have posted their images here and to say I visit the forum regularly and get a lot of help from your work, your comments and your sense of humour.

    Thank You.

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