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    Hasselblad 500 cm / Ilford film.

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    Moonlit forest.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I submit this as evidence of how cold it was this morning at my house. The lake flash-froze last night in -20C (-4F) temperatures. I took this from my bedroom - with the window firmly closed!

    Happy New Cold Year!
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    Hey Bill

    The world is an amazing place, we had 38 degrees centigrade yesterday and looking at around 40 today in Queensland Australia.

    Some locations further West have had temps approaching 50.

    I can see you doing a lighthouse calendar, with the many pics you share of your lighthouse in different weather and times of day.


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    Right on, Mal! Maybe you could spare some of that warm air for us. Most of central and eastern Canada/US is having an unusually cold winter. Fortunately I'm heading to Africa shortly so I can complain about the heat....

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    34,000 more views and we hit the one million mark!
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    Bill,

    -4F would actually be welcome here, as the temp at my location in New England just peaked at 22 degrees below zero/-30C. It's supposed to get even colder!

    Can anyone say Laurentide?
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    Taken in November. A magnificent group of old Beech trees, illuminated by parking lot lights. 36s exposure, 30 mph wind. 645D, 35mm


    20131119_8591 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    34,000 more views and we hit the one million mark!
    I'm clicking furiously here but I think it's going to take me a while
    Ylem ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Taken in November. A magnificent group of old Beech trees, illuminated by parking lot lights. 36s exposure, 30 mph wind. 645D, 35mm


    20131119_8591 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    Really like this image Tom! The passing clouds are a key element in my opinion.

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    From this afternoon, DF/IQ160 240LS with 2x extender (100% crop) f/16 1/160 ISO 100

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    Weekend Frivolity.

    Candle inverted burning underwater (hence ripples and bubbles in its surface) with its flame added later. Not quite as good as I had envisaged but it kept me out of trouble for a few hours! Hassy with 120mm macro

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Now that makes me miss England and the winter beech woods.. Perfect colours..
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    From this morning, DF/IQ160 and a 240LS. I've had so much luck/fun shooting the 240 and the 2x extender I decided to buy it. f/8 1/160 ISO 100

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    From this morning, DF/IQ160 and a 240LS. I've had so much luck/fun shooting the 240 and the 2x extender I decided to buy it. f/8 1/160 ISO 100

    Don,

    Maybe it's just my monitor, but I see what looks like tons of red and green on the buffalo's head, and to a lesser degree in his back fur? Is this color noise from lifting a shadow there significantly, or is it R-G CA off the water drop speculars, or is it possibly an artifact from over-sharpening?

    The image does look quite a bit over-sharpened to me here, and has an odd halo around the entire buffalo and especially his horns. I only mention this because when I demoed the 240LS in Copenhagen a year ago, I found it so blisteringly sharp it needed very little capture sharpening applied in post and this was on the 180 -- it should need even less on the 160...
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    Don,

    Maybe it's just my monitor, but I see what looks like tons of red and green on the buffalo's head, and to a lesser degree in his back fur? Is this color noise from lifting a shadow there significantly, or is it R-G CA off the water drop speculars, or is it possibly an artifact from over-sharpening?

    The image does look quite a bit over-sharpened to me here, and has an odd halo around the entire buffalo and especially his horns. I only mention this because when I demoed the 240LS in Copenhagen a year ago, I found it so blisteringly sharp it needed very little capture sharpening applied in post and this was on the 180 -- it should need even less on the 160...
    I agree and am working on another version
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    645DF, IQ180, 35mm, iso 100, 1/125, f7.1
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    Month and a half in with my Phase One, and I'm absolutely loving it.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Here are some shots I took for a magazine - promoting their High Tech Industrial Park in Pudong (part of Shanghai)

    Thru Trees Wish there was more sepration on the Flag in the center - 1/320 sec; f/8; ISO 100 Schneider LS 28mm f/4.5


    Long Shot 1/250 sec; f/11; ISO 100 PhaseOne 45mm f/2.8


    1/100 sec; f/8; ISO 100 ISO 100 PhaseOne 45mm f/2.8


    Across Lake - 1/700 sec; f/4.5; ISO 100 Schneider LS 28mm f/4.5


    Around Corner 1/500 sec; f/6.3; ISO 100 Schneider LS 28mm f/4.5
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    You EVIL man Alan!
    Here in Norway the winters are usually snowy and have a charm of their own, but the last couple have been crap.. this winter so far has seen southerly winds and big low pressure systems queuing up to give us mild weather... low temps between and we have ice on the ground instead of snow, so bare ground, icey and dark.. the snow really helps reflect what little light we have up here... Oh how I miss the english woods...

    That said I photographed a wedding on the local beach here on the 28th of december... and the temperature was plus ten degrees C!

    H4D40 HCD28mm f6.8 iso 100 1/180 profoto lighting...



    [QUOTE=AlanS;559878]Thanks Nathan, not sure this helps but one from this morning...
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    From this morning, Df/IQ160 240LS f/11 1/400 ISO 400

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    Been scanning some of my old stuff (January 1994).
    These are all from the same roll of film.

    I was a 22 y.o. PhD student, and my supervisor and I arrived at La Palma observatory in the Canary Islands the day after there had been an ice storm at the summit, which was a pretty rare occurence for that latitude.

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    The 4th has been converted to B&W.

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    Just in case anyone wants to see just how super sharp the 240LS is I've included 2-images; a before and an after. f/16 1/1/250 ISO 400 (I forgot to reduce the ISO after removing the 2x extender). Did I mention this was handheld?




    That's it for the Buffalo heading back to Tucson in the morning.

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    This might need a little explanation. Horseman 6x12 back on an Olympus Vanox Universal research microscope with episcopic DIC.
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    This pic had been shot at valley approach Yosemite last Aug.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post


    This might need a little explanation. Horseman 6x12 back on an Olympus Vanox Universal research microscope with episcopic DIC.
    Looks like you got a little fringing there, Will. I'm sure you can correct it in PS!

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    Today on the shore of Lake Huron, H3dii-50 2.8/80, 2 images foreground+background stitched.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hasselblad 503cw View Post
    This pic had been shot at valley approach Yosemite last Aug.
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    Does anyone else have this image displaying very oddly in their browser? This and LandscapeLover's most recent seem to be tagged with Phase One profiles, which Firefox on OSX Mavericks doesn't seem to like at all. (Both images well worth downloading and viewing outside of the browser!)

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    Does anyone else have this image displaying very oddly in their browser? This and LandscapeLover's most recent seem to be tagged with Phase One profiles, which Firefox on OSX Mavericks doesn't seem to like at all. (Both images well worth downloading and viewing outside of the browser!)
    Chrome doesn't like it either, really blown out in the browser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jctodd View Post
    Does anyone else have this image displaying very oddly in their browser? This and LandscapeLover's most recent seem to be tagged with Phase One profiles, which Firefox on OSX Mavericks doesn't seem to like at all. (Both images well worth downloading and viewing outside of the browser!)
    The only difference I see is that it displays as a thumbnail which is a link to a larger image. Unlike just about every other image in this thread, it is not a large inline image in its own right. Is that what you are referring to? If you meant colour/brightness/detail, I don't see any difference in when I download the image and view it outside the browser (Firefox on Windows 7). I'll compare how it looks on my office system tomorrow (Firefox on OSX Mavericks).

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    Looks like you got a little fringing there, Will.
    Ray, I know. It is just a little phase I am going though…


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Ray, I know. It is just a little phase I am going though…


    Well, I don't want to interfere with you Will...but it could be that our paths are different.

    (Have the puns got too nerdy yet?!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ondebanks View Post
    Well, I don't want to interfere with you Will...but it could be that our paths are different.

    (Have the puns got too nerdy yet?!)

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    Especially puns about optics, which are so transparent…

    But you are the master--I am just the pupil…I hope I get N.A.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Especially puns about optics, which are so transparent…

    But you are the master--I am just the pupil…I hope I get N.A.
    It's pretty plane that if we don't stop, we'll disperse everyone else from here. And that would reflect badly on us.

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    At the risk of destructive interference with Will and Ray's pun-fest (you two are really on the same wavelength) The weather in the NE US become so cold, so quickly that these Canada geese must wonder what happened to the open water they landed on.




    _IGP0059 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    I'm seeing the exact same problem...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ondebanks View Post
    The only difference I see is that it displays as a thumbnail which is a link to a larger image. Unlike just about every other image in this thread, it is not a large inline image in its own right. Is that what you are referring to? If you meant colour/brightness/detail, I don't see any difference in when I download the image and view it outside the browser (Firefox on Windows 7). I'll compare how it looks on my office system tomorrow (Firefox on OSX Mavericks).

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    Well I can now confirm that on my Mac, it does look entirely different to how it looked on my PC. Completely blown out in brightness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    At the risk of destructive interference with Will and Ray's pun-fest (you two are really on the same wavelength) The weather in the NE US become so cold, so quickly that these Canada geese must wonder what happened to the open water they landed on.




    _IGP0059 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    The goose with its head raised is going - "Ehhh, guys? Wake up! Can any of you move your legs?"

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    From a pre-Christmas wedding shooting in Castle Krivoklat in Czech Republic..



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