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    Worker
    H4D-40 80mmf2.8 @ f4.8 1/90 iso 800 handheld (coz everyone know handheld available light photography with DMF is a no go )

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    Breaktime for Polish welders

    H4D-40 80mm @ f2.8 1/60 iso 800

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    Polish welder
    H4D-40 HC80mm @f5.6 1/180 Gridded profoto magnum camera right

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    This reminds of a thermal pool in Yellowstone, but is quite the opposite. Temperature around 6 F and high winds deposited fine snow and beach sand along the bank of a creek which empties into Lake Erie.


    _IGP0137 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Nathan,

    Love your comment "everyone know handheld available light photography with DMF is a no go" is great. But, you forgot that you can't get a decent DMF photo at ISO 800 and there is almost no depth of field at f2.8. Great B&W photos, by the way.

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    Mind that car!


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    I had to push myself very hard this morning to get up and went out shooting. It's been snowing and very cold. And with the wind..., my brain was frozen along with my fingers
    and feet. All pictures were taken with an ISO of 320 (by accident). They were snapped shots with either f/16 or f/11 @ infinity focus most of the times except in telephoto range.
    I had no gut to use the tech cam I brought with me, it was too slow (mainly my brain!). I really admire people like Ed, Graham or Don who shoot tech cam most of the times!
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    I think the "Old" Zeiss 4/40 is not yet outdated.
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    From the last ice age..

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    On the rim of Canyon de Chelly, Arizona.
    Cambo WRS, Leaf Aptus-II 7, SK35XL - Two shots stitched.

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    Pentax 645D with 25mm DA lens and 200mm f4 6x7 lens (with Pentax adaptor).
    All taken looking out between 'the heads' in Sydney out towards the Pacific at dawn.

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    PanoFromFiles_IGP6370-84(AllFiles)Step8SpotSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (105k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]

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    _IGP6335Step7sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (105k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]

    Ferries are the famous 'Manly Ferry'.
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    Unremarkable shot, but I was testing out the 35mm f/3.5 Mamiya lens on the Credo 40.
    Tonnes of detail in the center. Edges are comparatively soft until f/11, but the lens correction module in Capture One helps level the playground. There's visible distortion though, so a bit of the image will be lost after correction.

    I also like the color rendition of this lens. I mostly want to use it for environmental portraits and I feel that it will be good for this purpose.
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    Olivia



    H5D, 120mm Macro.

    Pont in issue: Is Internet Explorer ICC color aware on Windows 8.1? Using a wide gamut monitor, sRGB images look over saturated, a classic symptom of a non colour aware browser. Poor Olivia looked radioactive before I switched my monitor to sRGB mode. All looks fine on an iPad.
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    Another one from the rim of Canyon de Chelly, Arizona.
    Cambo WRS, Leaf Aptus-II 7, SK35XL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by synn View Post


    Unremarkable shot, but I was testing out the 35mm f/3.5 Mamiya lens on the Credo 40.
    Tonnes of detail in the center. Edges are comparatively soft until f/11, but the lens correction module in Capture One helps level the playground. There's visible distortion though, so a bit of the image will be lost after correction.

    I also like the color rendition of this lens. I mostly want to use it for environmental portraits and I feel that it will be good for this purpose.
    I like it, but what is truly remarkable is that in an area of apparently high population density I can see no evidence of anyone in that shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Olivia

    ........ Poor Olivia looked radioactive before I switched my monitor to sRGB mode. ........
    LOL. She looks fine on my W7 and XP screens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    LOL. She looks fine on my W7 and XP screens.

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    I've switched to Chrome to restore her health
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I like it, but what is truly remarkable is that in an area of apparently high population density I can see no evidence of anyone in that shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    In all my travels there is one human constant--no one likes getting up early in the morning…

    If it's that early, there should be some for whom it's still late at night

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    If it's that early, there should be some for whom it's still late at night
    Well, there is a guy in a white shirt in the park leaning over a fence (on the right of the frame). I won't speculate why he is doing that...
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    2013 was a busy year I was also lucky enough to be involved in a book for one of Norways biggest publishers, in fact I supplied all the shots for the book, 126 in total, 125 taken on my Hassy and one with my Fuji x1-pro

    Just heard the news that the book has done so well that it is being translated to Swedish and Danish and is to be sold in both of those countries too
    (Its a knitting book by the way with designs for kids, book 2 is already commissioned and will be designs for adults.. and I got the gig there too!)

    Shot over 5 full days with only available light and hand held...

    Here is the cover:

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    More shots. All H4D-40 here cropped to final ratios required in the book layout...



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    Well done...
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    more...





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    wild active little models! nice captures

    like the knitwear too
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I like it, but what is truly remarkable is that in an area of apparently high population density I can see no evidence of anyone in that shot.

    Tom
    Thank you. People are still in the Chinese New Year mood here in Singapore, so most of them are indoors with their family.

    In twas shot around sunset BTW, not early in the morning.
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    Mamiya AFDIII, ZD back, 80mm:

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcap View Post
    Mamiya AFDIII, ZD back, 80mm:
    hey paused for some minutes on your Flicka slideshow of images - some really pleasant images - I really enjoyed the visit.


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    Thanks Mal!
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    hey paused for some minutes on your Flicka slideshow of images - some really pleasant images - I really enjoyed the visit.

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    Lauren



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    Last of my recent "headshot" series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Pentax 645D with 25mm DA lens and 200mm f4 6x7 lens (with Pentax adaptor).
    All taken looking out between 'the heads' in Sydney out towards the Pacific at dawn.....
    Nice set, Ed.
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    Handheld three images stitch and the result is a image that measure 18000 x 7500 pixels.



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    Handheld three images stitch and the result is a image that measure 18000 x 7500 pixels.



    Hasselblad H4D-50 | HC 2,2/100 | f11 | 1/60s | iso 50
    Handheld at 1/60s is tricky ( for me) to keep pin sharp. Mirror slap can be an issue, although I suppose one could use MLU with a 3 shot stitch. Would look great printed huge
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    There is a mirror delay in Hasselblad that work absolutely great. But if I look really close it's not a supersharp image.

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    Nice set, Ed.
    Thanks Sergei!

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    Fletcher's Boat House Potomac River. Hasselblad H4D-60 with HC100, ISO 100, 2seconds at f/11.

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    Interesting formation of ice, wind-blown snow and sand near the shore of Lake Erie. I see a bird of prey.*

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    * Mal, you might like this.


    20140129_0167 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Afternoon at the Mediterranean Sea in the winter. Sure beats an afternoon of Swedish winter.


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    Mamiya 645AFD, 300mm/2.8 APO, ZD back:

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    The last light at the Denver Botanic Garden
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    Last week I did a workshop with Dan Lindberg in Andalucia, Spain. We found this little Café in the old part of Marbella. A cup of coffee in the sun is hard to beat when it's snowing at home!


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    Mamiya 645 AFDIII, ZD back, 200mm/2.8 APO:


    Mamiya 645AFD, 300mm APO, 2X, ZD back:

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    One from a recent shoot for an insurance company.... ( I kid you not)

    Hasselblad H4D-40 HC150n White gridded Mola Setti/profoto 5ft octabox

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