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IR and Full Spectrum with a P45+
Here are 3 shots - Got allot to learn - needless to say - focusing is a challenge. Makes light interesting in a different way.
75 - 150 Mamiya @ 75mm .3 sec f/11 ISO 50 with a B+W 093 IR filter - Cuts in at 830nm
Phase Schnieder 80mm LS 1/30 sec f/16 ISO 50 - this was shot full spectrum (no filter)and converted to B+W
75 - 150 Mamiya @ 75mm 1 sec f/16 ISO 50 with a Maxmax X-nite XDP filter which I believe lets in UV up to about 320 and the IR from about 720. It is interesting to follow the light.
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Maya Rivera, Mexico
Phase One IQ180/Mamiya DF/Phase One 28mm
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that one stands out, from my point of view, from your usual landscapes. has a metaphorical quality
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I've been a long term lurker in this forum. Been researching here and at LuLa as I was contemplating my move to MFD. FInally pulled the trigger late last month and loving the decision! Never going back to 35mm, lol.
Here are some images I shot with my Credo 40 last weekend. I hope you will like them.
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Synn: congratulations - very hard to go back to using 35mm once you've experienced the joy of MFDB
Loveland Pass, CO
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The name Crackington Haven reminds me of a book project I did a few years ago on place names that sound, to the modern ear, as if they might be rude. They almost always have very innocent origins. Crackington Haven was one of the places we looked at, though it didn't make the final selection for the books. It was up against too much stiff competition from more blatant sounding names!
Nice shot by the way :-)
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Ed, a village near us is called Ugley, so one can only imagine marriage announcements along the lines of "Ugley woman marries...." Actually quite a nice village.
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I really like your abstract! Would you mind sharing the technique?
The stars are added in post. The rest is just Credo magic.
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I live pretty much on the equator, haha. The stars were from a royalty free image. Possibly from the southern hemisphere!
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Two IR with a boat
FS P45+ / DF+ / f14 1.3 sec ISO 50 Phase 45mm
FS P45+ / DF+ / f12 1/50 ISO 50 Phase 45mm
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Here's a minimalist approach to MF. I wanted a panorama of modern Jerusalem, seen from the west side, encompassing a new bridge with its prominent pillar and cabling, several funky cell-phone towers, three museums, ugly government office buildings, the national bank, the Knesset, university athletic facilities full of high school kids, and large construction projects., all seen from the top of our new computer science building. Tried micro 4/3, Leica M240, but the best results so far come from my little Hasselblad point 'n shoot SWC/M with a P45+ back on it. I put it on an equally small Manfrotto table-top tripod and perched it on the edge of a five story drop, picking it up and reaiming it for five overlapping shots. PTGui did the matching and blending. Had to reduce it 2X before Pbase would accept the "original."
Oh, the little white object in the center of the sky is a security observation balloon. Arik Sharon was lying in state just in front of the Knesset when the picture was taken.
Oh, the places I could go to with this discussion! :-)
Re. Ugley, my favourite story about it was the problem experienced by the Ugley Women's Institute, who apparently applied for permission to change their name to Women's Institute (Ugley Village Branch) and were declined...
Believe me, some of the examples I came across when researching the books defy belief. Others are funny only to people with a slightly wry mindset. We can all understand the awkwardness residents must experience when telling their friends that they live in Shitterton or Slutshole Lane or Rimmer Avenue or Titty Ho or Mianus or Wangerland or Big Bone Lick or Wet Beaver or Twatt or Sandy Balls or Muff or Fingringhoe or Beaver Close or Scratchy Bottom or Wetwang. Or the Austrian village of F**king. Or the Swiss village of C*nter. It takes a slightly more obscure turn of mind to chuckle at Lickfold or Inchinnan Drive.
By the way, all of these are totally real places, so I assure anyone of a delicate sensibility that there is no gratuitous swearing going on here (even if one accepts that such a thing exists). Indeed the books I co-wrote had as their aim the debunking of the myth of rudeness in these names, leaving us free to enjoy their cultural diversity rather than pandering to the whims of puerile titterers or censorious puritans.
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Scott, I don't tink we have a MB size limit, but do resize to 1200 pix max for browsing convenience. In fact, even at that, we get complaints about our site too slow loading from many EU members with outlying net service. Regardless, your pbase image is not loading at all for me and I have excellent net.
FWIW, I see the image. info:
I can see it too, pretty much instantly with safari and firefox.
I'm in EU.
And maybe your ISP is blocking Pbase because of something else they have done recently?
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Weird. Appears to be a Safari issue. Running Safari and have a fast net connection and all I get is a black rectangle. I can save it to my desktop in a flash and view it fine. If I open it in a dedicated it starts to DL then goes black. I can see it with Chrome. Regardless on our site it loads full then resizes to our 1200px and takes a few secs to load.
Scott, for bandwidth reasons mostly for international users with lesser net connectivity, we've limited posted size to 1200 pixels, so even if you BB embed to a larger version, it will display at 1200. So the best option when you want to share a larger image is to upload a large version and a normal one, post the web one with a regular link to the larger. We used to have a dedicated forum for large images, but it got filled with a lot of images with great detail, but an overall lack of artistic content. Within a few months traffic died off so we killed it.
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The Warrumbungle's, NSW, Australia
Will this one is for you - you might call it mind mapping - I draw/paint the landscape and then photograph the scene and then twist the photographic image in Photoshop to underpin what my mind experienced, with all its inaccuracies and exaggerations. This is the world as I see it.
It might seem funny using an IQ180 when I am going to really destroy the original image - but one has to see the original full size prints to appreciate that fine detail that lurks below my slops, washes and lines.
IQ180, 55mm LS,
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Mal, I'd love to see the original image as you drew it. You must be quite the artist!
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Hasselblad H4D-60 with HC100, ISO 100, f/11 at 1/10th
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My baby is back
There is a few thing in the material world that I have regretted as much as my move to sell my previous RZ-system.
So I decided to buy back the system and the the target was to get the RZPro-llD, the 110mm, and a roll film back + an adapter for my P45+.
And now I have succeeded, at last.
It was a hard and dangerous jobb
But I spent a long time in preparation and it did pay of.
So now that I have the basic minimum system, I can slowly complete it with an item or two over the coming years.
I am sooo glad I found Dantes inferno, the only photographic site on internet thats really encourage you to bring your GAS to a new level
AFDlll, 80mm, P45+
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I am not a painter, nor an artist. Therefore I can see straight, and that may be my undoing. - Alfred Stieglitz
one from the navy yard; looked the detail and bright colors
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another, been re-examining old shots
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another, charging myself up to get out the tech camera (been distracted with those little sonys and Leica mono)
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