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    Pentax 645D 25mm:

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    Definitely not a place to walk around in wearing cleats.

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    Definitely not Will :-)

    Or indeed a place where tripods were permitted (for similar reasons), so a good test of high ISO performance. I have posted similar shots over on the Nikon forum within getdpi and the D800E shots do seem to win out when they required high ISO.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    An unusually cold winter in the NE US has driven many waterfowl to this harbor, in western New York which is kept ice-free by a coal-fired power plant.

    645D 400mm hand-held.

    _IGP0281 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Lovely! It somehow reminds me of people looming through the Victorian London smog... Sherlock Duck would feel quite at home :-)

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    Re. my earlier images (and Bob's guess as to what they were), this shot shows what is going on:

    [IMG] _IGP6006SMALL_JPGSmall_Review_JPG by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (100k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Couple more from rural New South Wales...

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    _IGP6246Step9CropSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (100k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Ed Hurst, www.spiffingpics.com
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    Just a bit of cold fun. Söderåsen nature reserve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Lovely! It somehow reminds me of people looming through the Victorian London smog... Sherlock Duck would feel quite at home :-)
    Hmm, and Ducktor Watson
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    Thanks for your kind words Alan

    Regarding cold and snow, you can have it all!

    When I look out side the window, it looks like a christmas card.
    We have snow falling almost every day here for the last weeks and around -5 to -10 C.
    It is just a pain in the rear.

    Next week I will go about 400 km north and the week after that about 800 km north from here.
    Up there they have had -30C for a long time, now just got down to -20C.
    It makes everything hard going.

    But yes, it looks good in a photo

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    One from a job today on a brand spanking new fishing vessel... 65 meters long.

    The bridge...
    H4D-40 80mm wide open 10 shot stitch

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    Sport fishing apparently...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Sport fishing apparently...
    Nope, commercial fishing..

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    From a shoot at the Hasselblad Pro Centre Studio in London a few days ago, with the H5D-200MS, and 120mm Macro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


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    Morning fog on the Rhone river

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    From a ship yesterday to a shoot today for a company that make specialised portacabins.. this one is for reseachers boring holes in ice... (there is a hatch inside) Would be the ultimate ice fishing rig if you don't like the cold haha!

    H4D-40 og 28mm profoto lighting (Acute 2400 D4 head white soft light reflector, powered with BatPac)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    It's got to the point where all I need to do is see one of your pictures and even before I see the name I know it's yours. Really love your style.
    Ben...Thank you so much for your kind words! I am honored with the compliment coming from you.
    I recognized you from the series of B&W taken in Jerusalem which were very inspirational.
    We share something in common...color blindness

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    Just a bit of cold fun. Söderåsen nature reserve.

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    Ray...Congratulations! This is a very powerful imagery. Pramote

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckhfrankie View Post
    Franka Solida III + Kodak Tmax 400
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    Fantastic DOF, makes the subject totally pop!
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    Thank you Pramote

    Ice sculptures in flowing water is an ever changing businesses.
    So a big part of the "copy right" for this photo goes to mother nature

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Ben...Thank you so much for your kind words! I am honored with the compliment coming from you.
    I recognized you from the series of B&W taken in Jerusalem which were very inspirational.
    We share something in common...color blindness

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    Thanks. I used to shoot colour stuff, spent quality money on too many rolls of Velvia to mention, sample below shot on a Mamiya 645 Super. I like to think that I've matured beyond that somewhat. I see now in a far more simplistic manner, photographic sketches almost. I find B&W far more suited to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Thanks. I used to shoot colour stuff, spent quality money on too many rolls of Velvia to mention, sample below shot on a Mamiya 645 Super. I like to think that I've matured beyond that somewhat. I see now in a far more simplistic manner, photographic sketches almost. I find B&W far more suited to that.

    Recently had a conversation with Harry Benson, one of the great celebrity photographers. He said' "color is for artists, but Black and White is for Photographers."
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    AFDIII+55-100+Aptus54s


    Snow queen: performer by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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    This week I've been in Andalucia, Spain for a workshop with Dan Lindberg. I went back to Sweden with memory cards full of great images, I hope! This image was captured one evening up in the mountains above Marbella and was not really the image I was going for, more as a memory of my trip for the family album.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ckhfrankie View Post
    Shashin, he holds the F1 w Polaroid back ...??
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    Mt Beckworth (near Ballarat)
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    From a new series I'm working on. I shot a few with the new Sony A7R but they just don't have the same feel as the Hasselblad.







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    Quote Originally Posted by idillic View Post


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    One more Full Spectrum - then no more boats - Promise

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    One from a job today on a brand spanking new fishing vessel... 65 meters long.

    The bridge...
    H4D-40 80mm wide open 10 shot stitch

    Brenziner technique with MF?

    I was surprised to read the 10 stitch so I assume huge MP using this technique? (If so it would be ironic since it's the 35mm approach to looking like MF)
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    Quote Originally Posted by alajuela View Post
    Hi -- Nice - looks like marshmallows
    My first thoughts too! You beat me to it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pozzello View Post
    From a new series I'm working on. I shot a few with the new Sony A7R but they just don't have the same feel as the Hasselblad.

    <images>

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    I'd like to be surprised but unfortunately I'm really not. Ditto the D800 & D600 comparisons I had myself when I compared to my MF images, even from my Aptus 65 or P25+.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post

    This week I've been in Andalucia, Spain for a workshop with Dan Lindberg. I went back to Sweden with memory cards full of great images, I hope! This image was captured one evening up in the mountains above Marbella and was not really the image I was going for, more as a memory of my trip for the family album.


    Hasselblad H4D-50 | HC 3,5/35 | f11 | 1/350s | iso 50
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Brenziner technique with MF?

    I was surprised to read the 10 stitch so I assume huge MP using this technique? (If so it would be ironic since it's the 35mm approach to looking like MF)
    The name Brenizer nearly annoys me as much as "strobist" and other daft populist names for techiques that have been used for many years but popularised by someone on a blog... sorry rant over.

    Photographers have ben stitching images for years, heckI used to do it with film although the seams were quite obvious... hehe.. and dont get me started on "strobist" grrrr.... now not knocking those guys personally, but just the massive hullabaloo and blind worship on the www.... sorry rant wasnt quite over...

    But yes, big file just over 120 megapixel.
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    H4D-40 HC150n

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    Football player Knut Olav Rindarøy for an Shopping centre magazine
    H4D-40 80mm 1/20s @ f3.2 Profoto 3foot octabox with grid
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    Alpine skier Andrine Flemmen, for the same job as above... the magazine used a colour version though

    H4D-40 HC150n f11 1/250 3 fot gridded octa, reflector under and two small gridded softboxes from behind...

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