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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Ditto, amazing shot, Pramote!

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    Hasselblad H4D-50 | HC 2,2/100 | f11 | 1/90s | iso 50
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    More from the Yosemite workshop. S2 + 30-90.

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    This pretty young lady lives on our property and comes up for a snack on a daily basis.
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    Really nice shot pesto! How do you like APO 500? Is the focusing easy at medium distances?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aCIDfire View Post
    Really nice shot pesto! How do you like APO 500? Is the focusing easy at medium distances?
    Thanks for your kind words. The 500 APO is a truly great lens. Focusing is really not terribly difficult as the image in the viewfinder is very bright and at f/4.5 subjects really do " snap" in and out of focus.
    Thanks again.

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    1 Shot pan with my p45+






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    Charlestown, Cornwall, winter sunrise - H5D-200MS (single shot mode) 28mm HCD

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    Snow Storm
    H4D-60 with HC50II, ISO 100, f/8 at 2 seconds

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimothyHyde View Post
    Snow Storm
    H4D-60 with HC50II, ISO 100, f/8 at 2 seconds

    I really warmed (pun intended) to your image and without really thinking - I was visually cropping your image to a 2:1 ratio.

    Then I thought about all that space in your image, and now I'm wondering if you made the best call after all.

    Thank you for giving me this experience.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TimothyHyde View Post
    Snow Storm
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    This is really nice, Timothy. I have one question for you, however. Did you use a tripod? Every time I've gone near the Mall in DC with a tripod, I've been stopped and told I need a permit to shot as a professional.

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    Recent workshop. Chinese Camp CA. S2 + 30-90.

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    Ditto. Two frames stitched.

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    Ditto

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    We're having a rough winter here, with too much snow for my liking. After shoveling the driveway twice today I needed to forget about the snow for a while. So here's what I looked at:



    P21+, Mamiya 150 mm lens, Phase One 645AF. I think this was something like a four image stitch. I can't remember. I hope spring gets here soon..
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    Lloyd-

    Yes, I used a tripod. I have been shooting on and around the Mall for many years; the rules are fairly fixed but their enforcement is completely arbitrary. I have been thrown out of and away from all of the monuments many times in the past fifteen years because one of the National Park Police or Rangers take it into his or her head to accuse me of "erecting a temporary structure," or some other rule. One of the reasons I migrated from a 5x7 view camera to Hasselblad was that I was continually asked for my "commercial license." I actually tried to get a commercial license once to avoid this harassment, and was laughed out of the police media office (which issues such licenses) with the explanation that they are for big film crews with trucks and cranes. This explanation helped me nada the next time I was harassed. I have found that with the Hassey and tripod, I can pretty much complete my shoot and get out before they kick me out.

    That being said, here are the real rules, roughly. You can have a tripod anywhere on the Mall itself, as long as you are not on the 1) the steps of the Lincoln or Jefferson, 2) on the paving stones or walkways of the Franklin or Washington, or anywhere on the Capitol grounds at all, anywhere on that block bound by the streets surrounding the Capitol. If you understand and stick to these rules, you are less likely to be hassled.

    Mal: as for the cropping, this is a pretty tight crop for me (done with my feet). I am better known for putting the human structures into their proper perspective, which is small buildings and big sky and foreground. I will post a more tradition (for me) shot of the Capitol later this morning.
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    US Capitol just after midnight when both Houses were still in session last September after failling to reach agreement to keep the government open.
    This is more typical cropping for my Capitol photographs.
    H4D-60 with HC100, ISO 50, f/11 at 11 seconds.

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    Crackington Haven, 11 sec exposure, H5D-200MS, 24mm HC lens. f/19., Mono conversion, tinted, dusk.

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    Quentin...Your picture's inspired me! Great work!

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    Ha! thanks, Pramote, great mono shot of Big Island! I have a sort of love hate relationship with monochrome. I think somewhere deep down inside I prefer Mono to colour. I forget to mention filters, but the Cornwall shots used Lee 0.6 and 0.9 ND grads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Ha! thanks, Pramote, great mono shot of Big Island! I have a sort of love hate relationship with monochrome. I think somewhere deep down inside I prefer Mono to colour. I forget to mention filters, but the Cornwall shots used Lee 0.6 and 0.9 ND grads.

    Quentin
    Quentin...Your processing is fantastic. I've also seen potential for B&W in many of your photos.
    I love B&W more and more. Maybe I've just gone back to my root when Ansel Adams' photos and books first kindled my interest in landscape photography. Monochrome is like "Zen". Colors can sometimes be distraction.
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    I was only 300 km away, so I had to go and check out my favorite spot.

    Söderåsen nature reserve

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    Credo 40 on the 645 DF+ and 80mm LS.

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    Pentax 645D, 90mm:



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    More snow this weekend in Pennsylvania. A friend and I went out and the snow started yet again. I had prepared by making waterproof bags out of 1 gallon freezer bags, slitting the bottom and stretching the lens hoods to fit the slit, then using some gaffer tape to tape the bag to the lens hood. I made one for the 55 mm and the 80 mm lenses. They worked great.

    The snow can be seen in the shadows still pelting down. The camera stayed nice and dry, even with the bag left open - sort of like a rain poncho. I only stepped through the ice a few times (ankle deep), and the waterproof boots saved me some grief. I can't stand being stuck inside



    IQ140, 80 mm lens, 3 image panorama, Phase One 645AF

    I uploaded a full resolution image of another shot from today to Flickr. I am still staggered by what 40 MP looks like....
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronK View Post
    We're having a rough winter here, with too much snow for my liking. After shoveling the driveway twice today I needed to forget about the snow for a while. So here's what I looked at:



    P21+, Mamiya 150 mm lens, Phase One 645AF. I think this was something like a four image stitch. I can't remember. I hope spring gets here soon..
    Where was this image captured Aaron? Lovely image, the composition light and color are fantastic.
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    Something completely different; H5D-200MS, 4 shot mode, 120mm Macro, F/22, studio flash.

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    "Lieutenant, the Academy may not have fully explained the austerity program."
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    Where was this image captured Aaron? Lovely image, the composition light and color are fantastic.
    Hi Ed, this is the little hamlet of Hannastown, PA. Thank you very much for your comments!
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    Rural New South Wales - Pentax 645D 35mm A lens

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    B&W version - can't decide which I prefer

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Really nice Ed. I prefer the color version.

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    Thanks Tom! I still can't decide - keep convincing myself one way and then the other :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    B&W version - can't decide which I prefer
    Colour mate, colour.
    Fantastic shot.
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    Blad V, 50CFI, P45.
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    Thanks Tom! I still can't decide - keep convincing myself one way and then the other :-)
    definitely the color version.

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    Thanks Billy. That seems to be the consensus. And there I was trying to convince myself I had created a shot that was better in B&W ;-)

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    Credo 40 on the 645 DF+ and 80mm LS.

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    Blind guess:Shots inside of hot air balloons?
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    A pretty good guess Bob. Not quite correct, but the right general area. That would be one artistic and labyrinthine hot air balloon! :-)

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