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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    I was back in my home country of England for Christmas and took the opportunity to reignite an old passion - British steam railways. The Foxfield Railway, in Staffordshire, used to operate from a coal mine up gradients of 1:19 to connect with a nearby main line. These days the mine is closed and the railway is run by volunteers for the sheer pleasure of it.

    Pictures taken with Pentax 645D and variety of lenses.

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    I too grew up with British steam - the Great Western Railway Kings and Castles (yes, I'm that old!) - but your picture blows any of mine away!

    Fantastic!

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    Will & Jim, many thanks for this information! It's so much more than a mere photography forum

    It wouldn't be the first time an ancient and innocuous nature symbol was adopted by an evil right-wing movement. The sturdy elephant/mammoth, for example, appears in cave paintings...and was adopted by a certain political party in the US...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    Very impressive shots Ed. It must be really neat to stand there as these steam locomotives go by. I've always wanted to take a ride on the White Pass & Yukon steam locomotive railway (out of Skagway, Alaska). Someday....

    Gary

    Thanks Gary. I love photographing steam locos.. They have such drama, personality, movement, history and just plain steaminess :-). This industrial line uses little tank engines, but Britain is covered with steam railways using everything from little shunters (aka switchers) to large express locos.. And they operate specials on the main line as well. I miss it all! Alaska sounds like an epic location for steam as well :-)

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    Just got one of the 1990s Mamiya 120/4 A macro lenses.

    There's been a lot of debate down the years as to whether this lens is APO, or at least has special ULD glass. There's nothing marked on the lens itself to suggest so. But I did find this online: scan of brochure for the 120 macro at KEH
    It states: "...using Mamiya's own formulation of high density/low and ultra-low dispersion glass". So that implies at least two special glass elements. I therefore had high hopes for the optics.

    Well, in testing, both on the camera and with an eyepiece, I'm happy to report that it behaves very like my 200/2.8 APO. Intrafocal and extrafocal images are similar, with no discernable colour fringing. It seems to basically be an APO, although not marked as such. Sharpness rolloff and bokeh are very pleasing too.

    First image is from 2010, with the 200/2.8:


    Second image is from now, nearly 4 years later, with the 120/4:


    Same camera and back, same subject, same cold winter beaches!

    I think I'll get a lot of use from the 120/4. I also have the 110/2.8 N, a fine lens but not in quite the same category for aberration control. It may be relegated to times when I need the extra stop of aperture, e.g. astrophotography.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Thanks Gary. I love photographing steam locos.. They have such drama, personality, movement, history and just plain steaminess :-). This industrial line uses little tank engines, but Britain is covered with steam railways using everything from little shunters (aka switchers) to large express locos.. And they operate specials on the main line as well. I miss it all! Alaska sounds like an epic location for steam as well :-)
    I agree - whenever I get back to my home in the UK I try to make a point of visiting the Great Central Railway in Loughborough and ride & shoot it. Steam engines seem to possess and exude soul that modern diesel electrics just don't. Ditto the characteristic wooden carriages and face fulls of smoke and steam as you pass under bridges.

    However, when it comes to rich men's toys there are few more expensive!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    I too grew up with British steam - the Great Western Railway Kings and Castles (yes, I'm that old!) - but your picture blows any of mine away!

    Fantastic!

    Bill

    Bill - you are very kind. Coming from you, that means a lot to me :-)

    Photographing steam railways has always been 'my thing' - it's what got me into photography at the age of about 11. Landscape photography, on the other hand, I have only been doing seriously for a much shorter time - inspired by many people on here, yourself included.

    I am very envious of your early experiences with Castles and Kings. I would love to see any of those shots!

    All the best,

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I agree - whenever I get back to my home in the UK I try to make a point of visiting the Great Central Railway in Loughborough and ride & shoot it. Steam engines seem to possess and exude soul that modern diesel electrics just don't. Ditto the characteristic wooden carriages and face fulls of smoke and steam as you pass under bridges.

    However, when it comes to rich men's toys there are few more expensive!

    The GCR is a great line. There are quite a few others I like just as much. But it's hard to beat steam on the Settle-Carlisle line and in the Scottish highlands!

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    Lovely image Bildfocus....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Bill - you are very kind. Coming from you, that means a lot to me :-)

    Photographing steam railways has always been 'my thing' - it's what got me into photography at the age of about 11. Landscape photography, on the other hand, I have only been doing seriously for a much shorter time - inspired by many people on here, yourself included.

    I am very envious of your early experiences with Castles and Kings. I would love to see any of those shots!

    All the best,

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    I'll post some of my oldies in the next few days. Most of them will be Rollei TLR shots from the early 60's. This thread is going to get very steamy!
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    Lovely image Bildfocus....
    Thank you Vincent!

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    So here's one from 1960 - a Southern Region West Country class steaming up Honiton Bank in Devon. Agfachrome rather faded!



    This is one from the same era, Western Region on the Dainton Bank in Devon. Considering the transparencies are over 50 years old they're not too bad. This was long before Kodachrome became available in 120 size. It of course was much more archival.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    Very impressive shots Ed. It must be really neat to stand there as these steam locomotives go by. I've always wanted to take a ride on the White Pass & Yukon steam locomotive railway (out of Skagway, Alaska). Someday....

    Gary
    This must be what you mean! Unfortunately they only run the steam engine for the first few miles up the track then the diesel you can see behind (blue) takes over for the bulk of the trip. This is a Rollei shot from the 1980's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    This final shot is a slight cheat on this forum, because it's taken with a D800E (I didn't want the steam to blur too much, so needed a shorter exposure, which needed a higher ISO). All shots above are 645D though...

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    Ed...I love this picture!
    It doesn't matter which camera or lens you used. I've found the 800E is great for B&W due to its DR.
    Great series!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


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    Very nice Pramote. I love road pictures; I think they make me feel like I'm starting a journey. The subtle tones are lovely and somhow give me a sense of motion

    Here's a version of mine. Taken somewhere in SW France with a Pentax 67 and 35mm fisheye.

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    Tom...I am glad I've had a company! I love "road" pictures. I like your dramatic road.
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    In keeping with the recent theme though not up to the same standard as the ones above!

    The road to nowhere, it seems. Southern Saskatchewan, proving the Prairies are not really flat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    In keeping with the recent theme though not up to the same standard as the ones above!

    The road to nowhere, it seems. Southern Saskatchewan, proving the Prairies are not really flat!
    Look who's talking! Very nice Bill. Pramote
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    South Australia. Not a very good example of its kind, but shows the expanse of space in this neck of the woods...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    So here's one from 1960 - a Southern Region West Country class steaming up Honiton Bank in Devon. Agfachrome rather faded!



    This is one from the same era, Western Region on the Dainton Bank in Devon. Considering the transparencies are over 50 years old they're not too bad. This was long before Kodachrome became available in 120 size. It of course was much more archival.

    Lovely stuff Bill. In particular, I like the Dainton picture. Full of atmosphere in a way that no preservation era operation can ever quite capture. I am very jealous!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Ed...I love this picture!
    It doesn't matter which camera or lens you used. I've found the 800E is great for B&W due to its DR.
    Great series!

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    Thanks Pramote - appreciate your positive feedback very much indeed.

    By the way, that D800E shot used a Pentax 6x7 75mm f2.8AL lens with an adaptor (because it's what I happened to have on me and because it's a damn fine lens!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Lovely stuff Bill. In particular, I like the Dainton picture. Full of atmosphere in a way that no preservation era operation can ever quite capture. I am very jealous!
    Ditto. I'm actually too young to have enjoyed 'real' live steam (when those were taken!) vs hobby steam in the UK. That said, any steam is good steam in my book.
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    Being born in 1973, I also missed out on 'real' working steam in the UK, but did three trips to Inner Mongolia (in China) from 1999 - 2005 to experience it there while it was still possible - and the real thing has a quality you just can't recreate any other way. I wish I could do it again in Mongolia, but sadly it has all ended up there... One day I will get my 6x7 slides from that period properly scanned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    South Australia. Not a very good example of its kind, but shows the expanse of space in this neck of the woods...
    I promise that when I get my BMW 325Ci out of storage in May, I will go back and re-shoot this scene with my 645D and stand in the middle of the road for the correct perspective.

    Until then....I humbly submit this image from Alaska.

    There are not as many "wide open spaces" here.....too many mountains get in the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    That said, any steam is good steam in my book.
    Well then, it's time for a steamy musical interlude: Steam - Peter Gabriel

    02:43 -03:00 will appeal to steam train fans.

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    202FA + 110mm F2 + CFV16
    One 16.7MP Kodak KAF16802 sensor images another, in a state of undress! Well this is Valentine's Day, after all...

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    Ed, utterly incredible railway shots. Some of the finest I've ever seen. Not just for the nostalgia of the subject matter but the feelings of the photographer towards them is so apparent in the pictures themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Really lovely soft tones in this shot and a great composition.
    Thank you very much Ben! I really appreciate the kind words coming from the B&W master.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Ed, utterly incredible railway shots. Some of the finest I've ever seen. Not just for the nostalgia of the subject matter but the feelings of the photographer towards them is so apparent in the pictures themselves.
    I couldn't agree more! Ed your shots are not only stunning but evocative...a combination thats stunning!

    Like many here I have a passion for "steam" but although as a very young toddler steam was still prevalent in very small pockets here on the east coast in the States, growing up in NYC prevented me from experiencing the real thing.

    In the 1980's the mightly Norfork & Western resurrected running their famous "J" and a few other large steam engines and although they were simply rail fan trips as such, I got my first taste of what it must have been like. My favorite image of them (of mine) was taken on film chugging into a 1940's era station here where I live, and one being put on a rail turntable (turned 240 degrees around) that was still in actual use till a few years ago.

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    IMAX recently had an amazing show on here in Victoria called Rocky Mountain Express:
    http://www.imaxvictoria.com/media/do...ainExpress.pdf

    and many of the images you posted, Ed, were very evocative of the wonderful cinematography of that show.

    Very well done, in both colour and B&W!

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    If you guys really want a hobby, then I would contact Preston Services:

    PRESTON SERVICES ~ Steam Railway Locomotives

    MFD is cheap.

    As a kid, I loved and rode steam engines. They are amazing machines. Elegant and beautiful. I have a soft spot for large stationary engines in particular. I am also glad they are in limited service: they are dirty and inefficient.
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    Well, in keeping with the theme Ed's outstanding pix initiated, here's a 1903 locomotive, allegedly (there is some debate) to be the first steam loco to exceed 100 mph. (Sorry it looks a little over sharpened.) Shot in 2005.



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    When I am not shooting I am shooting

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    Landscape Lover. Monument Valley. I think most of us have stood right there on that road, waiting for the cars to go away, trying to hide the roadsigns, and praying for clouds like you got. Very nice!
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    Landscape Lover. Monument Valley. I think most of us have stood right there on that road, waiting for the cars to go away, trying to hide the roadsigns, and praying for clouds like you got. Very nice!
    Thanks very much Vincent for your kind words!
    I'd say hard work paid off. I was in the same spot 3 times in 2 days and waited for ~ 3 hours for the clouds to come (and cars not to significantly be in a view). Although the clouds were not perfect the way I liked to be, that's all I could get.
    I've always spent a lot more time waiting rather than shooting. It's a good time finishing books!

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    This is a RAW unedited image. Sometimes you just get lucky. Click #125 after a thirty year hiatus. I have spent a lot of money since trying to get back the magic...
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    Dock Machinery, Charlestown, Cornwall, H5D, 50mm HC II.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    When I am not shooting I am shooting

    H4D-40 80mm @ f2.8 iso 400

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    OK, I'll "get on the train"

    hasselblad 500c/m CZ Distagon 50mm f4 yellow filter Ilford FP4 plus Rodinal

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    Next frame off the roll...

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    Lunchbreak
    (same details as above)

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