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    Analogue dials...

    (Talking of anologue, although I wouldnt want to go back to doing jobs with film, I wish I had more time to use my trusty analogue hassy.. it really is a great bit of kit)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Dock Machinery, Charlestown, Cornwall, H5D, 50mm HC II.

    Beautiful light and lovely bokeh, Quentin. What a lovely atmosphere!

    I'm half-Cornish (my mother's side) and this takes me back to some old haunts. Thank you.
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    Hi Bill

    Thanks - I'm only one quarter Cornish (maternal grandfather)!
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    An updated picture of Olivia

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Should have gone out 2 hours earlier to avoid the haze...a rare quiet and clear night for this winter...
    240mm + 2x TC

    Moon takes about 1000 pixels across so not bad for a 1MP image ;-)


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    Sorry for my slow reply - I am having internet issues at home.

    Bill, Pramote, Graham, Ben, Dave and Pierrard - MASSIVE 'thank you's for your kind words. It's very humbling to get such nice comments, especially from guys like you.

    Great to see other people's steam shots as well :-). Nathan - those pics are on the Bluebell Railway, aren't they?

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    One of the pictures I took in Inner Mongolia in (I think) 2005 (Pentax 67ii with Velvia 100F):

    [IMG] Jing Peng Pass-600 dpiStep10SSsRGBUKRP by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (110k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]

    This was a very hard picture to get. This section of track is only lit from this side in the winter for about 20 mins a day (before that it is in shadow - after that, the light has moved around so that the side of train would not be lit). The line operated mostly freight trains - without a timetable - so hard to know if a train would come at the right moment. The prevailing wind is from the west, so the steam would usually blow down and spoil the shot. It is at the top of a very tricky climb in the snow. I tried it many times and only got the picture right on the last day of my very last trip there (before the steam engines were all scrapped). This should have been 'the one that got away'; I was only there on that day because our stay in the area had been extended due to a friend dislocating his knee. His bad luck had this positive benefit for the remaining group of friends who could still shoot...

    Oh, and it was -30 degrees Celsius plus windchill!
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    Scottish highlands in 2010 (Pentax 645D):

    [IMG] _IGP0769Step18sRGB by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (110k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Ouse Viaduct in Sussex (England):

    [IMG] _MG_0105Step16sRGBFP by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (110k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Settle-Carlisle line with GWR Hall class (just for Bill!) - year 1999 with Mamiya C330F:

    [IMG] OltonLundsStep9CropSRP by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (110k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Hurstbourne Viaduct:

    [IMG] ZW5C0025Step18SHSC by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (110k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Puffing Billy Railway in Australia (645D):

    [IMG] PanoFrom_IGP7002-8And7016-19And7049V3Step15Spot by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (110k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Lovely shot Quentin!

    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Dock Machinery, Charlestown, Cornwall, H5D, 50mm HC II.


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    One of the pictures I took in Inner Mongolia in (I think) 2005 (Pentax 67ii with Velvia 100F):

    [IMG] Jing Peng Pass-600 dpiStep10SSsRGBUKRP by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (110k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]

    This was a very hard picture to get. This section of track is only lit from this side in the winter for about 20 mins a day (before that it is in shadow - after that, the light has moved around so that the side of train would not be lit). The line operated mostly freight trains - without a timetable - so hard to know if a train would come at the right moment. The prevailing wind is from the west, so the steam would usually blow down and spoil the shot. It is at the top of a very tricky climb in the snow. I tried it many times and only got the picture right on the last day of my very last trip there (before the steam engines were all scrapped). This should have been 'the one that got away'; I was only there on that day because our stay in the area had been extended due to a friend dislocating his knee. His bad luck had this positive benefit for the remaining group of friends who could still shoot...

    Oh, and it was -30 degrees Celsius plus windchill!
    Great shot and story. Is this the railway that extends to the northwestern part of China? I always dreamed of going there during winter to take photos of steam engines. Very, very envious...
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    Thanks, Ed. I particularly like your Hurstbourne Viaduct shot. Real winner for a calendar or the like.
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    Ed those train shots are fantastic, all of them
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    Ed, I can't think of a single pun using the words "steam, "engine," nor "railway." I seem to have lost track of my thoughts. I will have to train harder. Great set. BTW, when I was looking to buy my 645D, your Scottish Highlands image was one that I had found.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    One of the pictures I took in Inner Mongolia in (I think) 2005 (Pentax 67ii with Velvia 100F):

    [IMG] Jing Peng Pass-600 dpiStep10SSsRGBUKRP by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (110k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]

    !


    A couple of my non-MF trains.
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    Great series Ed. I don't have many train shots and certainly nothing as dramatic as yours, but one I'm fond of is from New Zealand in 1996. Not MF, Pentax LX, 300mm M* and Kodachrome.

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    The harbor in Dunkirk, NY is kept ice free by the cooling water discharged by a power plant. It thereby becomes a sort of winter resort for birds; a hot tub for ducks.


    _IGP0482-Recovered by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
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    Great to see other people's steam shots as well :-). Nathan - those pics are on the Bluebell Railway, aren't they?

    Warmest regards,

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    Yes Ed, The Bluebell railway indeed! I was there with my family whilst holidaying in my home country in 2012, 4 stations, each one done in the style of a different decade, no wonder the BBC period program producers love the place!
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    Another, again with my trusty 500c/m and the CZ CF 50mm f4

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckhfrankie View Post
    The grain is so beautiful .....
    Thanks... hard to beat real grain... my favorite film for grain is delta 3200 exposed at 1600 and developed in Rodinal...

    Like this.. but better wet printed on a hard grade paper...

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    Since there's so many pics of trains I thought I'd drop in a oldie that was shot in a sunken barge.

    hasselblad + bron combo.

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    Well, Ed, I'm now a shade of green....
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    Hasselblad H4D-50 | HC 100 | f32 | 8s | iso 50
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I have usually posted my photos of trains and medium format film images on other GetDPI threads, but I'll add a few here. Nothing as majestic or interesting as the steam locomotives....just a few shots of Alaska Railroad boxcars.

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    Awesome subjects of late; love the locomotives. Gotta drag David Duffin out to this thread. Here's one from when he graciously took me around Calgary and Banff.

    3-image focus stack. Alpa STC, IQ180, 70hr.

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    Somewhere in Wyoming. IQ180 and my favourite lens, the 150 mm.

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    Don's great series using the Phase 240 reminded me how much I love that lens. The web-sized jpg can't show how virtually every leaf on the aspens is visible in a large print.

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    Bill,
    What a wonderful atmosphere you captured there in the Wyoming shot. I think the 150 is my favorite too.

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    Mother nature was screwing with the seasons a few weekends ago - got this one on the Oregon Coast, the wreck of the Peter Iradale. 'Tog in the shot got his feet wet a few waves after this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Somewhere in Wyoming. IQ180 and my favourite lens, the 150 mm.

    Very nice Bill. My grandfather lived in Wyoming, where many parts can only be described as somewhere.*

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    an old one surfaced, so...
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    Thanks Tom & Dave! It's not hard to get good shots in WY - it is a spectacular state!

    In fact the location was on a gravel road somewhere southeast of Sheridan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yaya View Post
    Should have gone out 2 hours earlier to avoid the haze...a rare quiet and clear night for this winter...
    240mm + 2x TC

    Moon takes about 1000 pixels across so not bad for a 1MP image ;-)

    One good Moon deserves another...

    Mamiya 645AFD, Kodak DCS645M back, Skywatcher 80ED refractor (600mm f7.5).
    Heavy crop: 1000x1000 of the 4072x4072. Moon is ~650 pixels across.

    This is what Roger Clark refers to as a "Focal Length Limited Apparent Image Quality" scenario. I.e. a smaller sensor with smaller pixels would be better suited. But still, one uses what one has. When I took this in 2010, I had no other digital interchangeable lens camera.

    The telescope FWIW costs ~ €400/$400 new. It's fine for this sort of thing, but is generally not a medium format long tele solution as it needs an extra field flattening unit and even then, the 2" focuser would vignette.



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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
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    That's quite an amazing sky.
    Thanks Tom! At 14, 000 ft, anything can happen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Great shot and story. Is this the railway that extends to the northwestern part of China? I always dreamed of going there during winter to take photos of steam engines. Very, very envious...
    Hi Jorgen,

    That sounds like the one! Here is a brief intro. to the line:
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    Interesting thing is that despite being steam operated until 2005 (and was the last place in the world where a main line type railway used steam locomotives), the line actually wasn't opened until 1995!

    For a relative youngster like myself, this was the holy grail - i.e. a chance to see main line steam for real, in mountainous, wintry conditions, hauling coal trains that even two large locos. were often on their hands and knees on the climbs. Wonderful stuff. I went three times and would still be going now if the steam were still there. Happy days, sadly missed.

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    Quentin, jlm, Will, Graham, Tom, Jorgen and Bill - thanks so much for your kind words on the steamy shots (which I will stop posting now!).

    Graham, Tom, Nathan. Gary and Dave - lovely railway shots! :-)

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    From my garden yesterday.

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