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    Re: Fun with MF images



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    Are the current MF digital lenses nowaday overprice? Yes?

    I will sell everything for 21 MP full-frame RZ!
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    I love seeing all the B&W images - great stuff. Here is one of mine from Zanzibar last summer.

    IQ180, HR40

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    Another B&W from St Lucia

    Cambo AE, IQ180, 72L, two shot stitch

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    Phase One IQ180/Mamiya RZ Pro IID/Mamiya RZ fisheyes 37mm f/4.5
    Are the current MF digital lenses nowaday overprice? Yes?
    I will sell everything for 21 MP full-frame RZ!

    Here,here!!! Sign me up.

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    A little something from this morning. -5F and snow up to my knees, but the 645AF and IQ140 weren't phased by the temperatures (no pun intended).

    The branches are all covered in frost and ice. It's been an unusual winter here, much colder and much more snow than typical.



    Phase One 645AF, Mamiya 150mm lens, IQ140.
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    Ed: nice torture test for Guy to align with the horizon

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    alan, that is luscious....just saying....
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    Pentax 645D + 150mm FA lens:

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    Pentax 645D + 25mm DA lens
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


    Chatfield State Park, CO
    Phase One IQ180/Mamiya RZ Pro IID/Mamiya RZ fisheyes 37mm f/4.5
    Are the current MF digital lenses nowaday overprice? Yes?

    I will sell everything for 21 MP full-frame RZ!
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    Pramote, did you do any defishing on this image?
    Beautiful image BTW..!

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    Pramote, did you do any defishing on this image?
    Beautiful image BTW..!

    Peter
    Thanks very much Peter!
    I thought about it but changed my mind and left it the way it was. The jpeg is not sharp but the 17"x 22" print is as sharp as it could be.
    Sometimes I feel I've been cheated buying lenses for $4, 500-$5, 000 or even more. And this fisheye lens is like 500-600 bucks almost brand new.

    Pramote

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Thanks very much Peter!
    I thought about it but changed my mind and left it the way it was. The jpeg is not sharp but the 17"x 22" print is as sharp as it could be.
    Sometimes I feel I've been cheated buying lenses for $4, 500-$5, 000 or even more. And this fisheye lens is like 500-600 bucks almost brand new.

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    Very nice then...

    I just acquired a large RZ67 Pro II package with the body, Tilt Shift Adapter, 35 Fish, 50mm ULD, 65mm, 75mm SB, 90mm, 110mm, 140mm Macro, 180mm, 180mm SB, 360mm, 1,4x Teleconverter, extensiontubes and a lot of other accessories.

    I just got it yesterday and haven't had the time to test it in any way, but seeing your image I'm looking forward to playing with the 35 Fish..
    I probably only keep 3-4 of the lenses and sell the rest off - just need a little time to decide which to keep and which to sell.

    Any input would be most welcome :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Will, I do believe you've invented the sedeciptych.

    I'd give this 16 Likes if I could.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pemihan View Post
    Very nice then...

    I just acquired a large RZ67 Pro II package with the body, Tilt Shift Adapter, 35 Fish, 50mm ULD, 65mm, 75mm SB, 90mm, 110mm, 140mm Macro, 180mm, 180mm SB, 360mm, 1,4x Teleconverter, extensiontubes and a lot of other accessories.

    I just got it yesterday and haven't had the time to test it in any way, but seeing your image I'm looking forward to playing with the 35 Fish..
    I probably only keep 3-4 of the lenses and sell the rest off - just need a little time to decide which to keep and which to sell.

    Any input would be most welcome :-)

    Peter

    Congratulations!

    I believe you will enjoy them. I like fish eyes, 65mm, 75mm shift, 140 macro and 180mm with extension tube for macro work.

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    Another morning in paradise!

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    This one needed ISO400 to freeze the ferry's movement

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    Canoeists and fishermen are as mad as photographers early in the morning!

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    Intense colors you got there Ed, nice!
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    Thanks Dave! I felt at first they were too strong and nearly decided to tone them down, but that is pretty much how they were, so decided to leave them alone... One of those times when one needs to tone reality down to make it look realistic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Lovely, interesting, beautiful, intriguing...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    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.

    Like it ...... David

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    Congrats my friend!
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    Hi Will

    I like the way you decided to place the individual images, to make the whole. I am sure you worked out many combinations. is GREAT!!

    Has a really nice soft yet detailed feel about it - almost like fur.

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    Mate, not only do you rock that ancient folder but you're a master of the square!
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    From a shoot this very evening

    H4D HCD28 f16 0.5 second, profoto 2400w with gridded silver beauty dish camera right and B600r with magnum camera left...

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    H4D-40 HC50-110 @ 50mm f11 0.3second panned...

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    H4D-40 HC50-110 @ 50mm f11 0.3second , not panned

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    Winter is at a point where I have some difficulty seeing the beauty, so a shot from the fall where nothing is frozen. Lake Erie shore: the angular rocks are from the shale along the shoreline; the rounded are likely glacial, transported from far away.

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    _IGP0058_8541 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Gee...looks like this is the place where everybody shares their pictures and have great fun!

    One question, what are the sizes that you guys recommend when posting pictures?

    I always feel that small size pictures do not justify the amazingness of media format backs and cameras. So when possible, I always try to post pictures at the size of 2800*2100. But the negative side is the slow loading of the pictures. I would like to follow your recommendations when posting pictures on this site.

    Well, before doing so, let me share this night shot of San Francisco from Twin Peak, still with a size of 2800*2100. This one was taken with a Pentax 645D, with FA-645 120mm/4 Micro. ISO100, f16, 6sec.

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    A little bit more fun with the above picture. These are two 100% crops from the above picture. One is the crop of the center area and the other shows the very corner of the bottom right.

    This shows the quality of 645D. And in particular, how excellent this legacy 120mm/4 Micro film lens is.



    Last edited by laopai; 21st February 2014 at 22:15.

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    H4D-40 profoto lighting /Gridded silver beauty dish low and left, Mola setti gridded high and right, ringflash on camera for fill.

    oh, and a roll of kitchen foil for the "clothes" and Rosco foil for the background

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