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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    He really had a great eye for composition....
    I agree - nice composition! I fear that every generation loses a high proportion of the legacy of excellent execution of the past. Especially since so much of it exists only as analog film and print. That said, I'm sure that 99.9999999% of today's images hit the bit bucket every year without ANY opportunity to resurrect them.

    Beautiful B&W.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Four more from my father's negatives which were lost for 72 years. I hope you guys are not getting tired of my posting these...I cannot keep my hands off of them. All with Zeiss Super Ikonta "A" with uncoated Tessar lens. The vertical shot of the dunes is fresh snow. When enlarged, the dune grass sparkles with snow drops.
    Thanks for looking and the kind words regarding my Dad's work.
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    Dave,

    Another comment is that these negatives are digitized wonderfully. How did you do that? What equipment do you use if you don't mind that I ask?

    Thanks!

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    Dave,

    Another comment is that these negatives are digitized wonderfully. How did you do that? What equipment do you use if you don't mind that I ask?

    Thanks!

    laopai
    Thanks....I bought a Used Nikon Coolscan 8000 with glass negative carrier, on ebay. I was using a Polaroid 120 Sprintscan but it died when we were homeless for 6 months thanks to Hurricane Sandy. I had about 45 years of darkroom experience before switching to digital, so I know the "look" of burning in edges and corners, dodging shadows, etc, so I used these techniques on my father's negatives. In the darkroom, I would use a piece of cardboard to hold back the foreground while burning in the sky. With these negatives, I put the foreground and sky on their own layers, then apply levels to each separately, treating each as if it were a picture on it's own right. I have found that the old Zeiss camera and uncoated Tessar lens vignettes naturally, so only a little corner/ edge burning in is required. I am really loving doing this, since I was three years old when my Dad died at age 29. When I look at my own work, then look at my Dad's negatives, I cannot believe they came from two people that did not really know each other.
    Best regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by laopai View Post
    HI Dave,

    I've translated all your posts (followed your original order) and re-post all the pictures in the said Chinese website. A lot of people really enjoy the pictures and the story. As of I'm writing, there are already close to 1000 views.

    Here is the URL:
    胶片的意义:70多年前的老照片,一个很棒的故事(转帖 兼*译) - 摄影大家坛 - 无忌摄影论坛

    Personally, I myself love these pictures from 70+ years ago. I hope you can continue to scan and post more pictures. The more, the better! After all, there are 250 rolls of negatives, right? I will keep updating the Chinese version as well.

    A big thank you from
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    THANKS, I visited the site. Wonderful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Four more from my father's negatives which were lost for 72 years. I hope you guys are not getting tired of my posting these...I cannot keep my hands off of them. All with Zeiss Super Ikonta "A" with uncoated Tessar lens. The vertical shot of the dunes is fresh snow. When enlarged, the dune grass sparkles with snow drops.
    Thanks for looking and the kind words regarding my Dad's work.
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    Photography at its best. I really love these

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    Been awhile - here is an image from Amberthala Station in Western Queensland.

    Sunrise where the water ran.

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    mmmmm will have to work on that link.


    Sorry about that.


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    Gaucho from Entre Rios, Argentina.

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    From a shoot today, work, but I am lucky coz my work is fun with MFD...

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    And on the way home from a VERY delayed commercial shoot which resulted in me not getting home until 1am I was confronted by this sight... The most intense part of the event happened while I was inside shooting.. but managed to get this before hitting the sack... (my house is on theright hand side just to the left and below the brightest lights in the lower right of the frame)

    H4D-40 HCD28

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    A fun "out-take" from a commercial shoot yesterday...

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    Gurtch,

    Please keep posting those images. At some point I would like to trade you prints. So far the one I like best is you in the dunes....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    Gurtch,

    Please keep posting those images. At some point I would like to trade you prints. So far the one I like best is you in the dunes....
    Thanks...Here are three more. Zeiss Super Ikonta A with uncoated Tessar lens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Thanks...Here are three more. Zeiss Super Ikonta A with uncoated Tessar lens.
    Dave
    Thanks very much for sharing!
    This is one of the best series I've seen especially with the story behind it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Thanks very much for sharing!
    This is one of the best series I've seen especially with the story behind it.

    Pramote
    Thank you. Coming from you, I consider that a great compliment to my Dad's work. I have long been an admirer of your work.
    Kindest regards
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    from the same series

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    And on the way home from a VERY delayed commercial shoot which resulted in me not getting home until 1am I was confronted by this sight... The most intense part of the event happened while I was inside shooting.. but managed to get this before hitting the sack... (my house is on theright hand side just to the left and below the brightest lights in the lower right of the frame)

    H4D-40 HCD28


    Lovely! Would you mind sharing exposure details for this pic Nathan?
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    Dave, deep down you have to believe your dad is somehow aware that you're carrying on his photographic legacy. No doubt he'd be proud. Truly inspiring work on both your parts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    I usually find this sort of thing a little gimmicky, but for some reason felt it worked with this one...

    [IMG] _IGP6538Step6sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (115k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
    Ed, in this case the edge (framing effect) really works! As Tom pointed put, the luminosity in the previous image is quite striking. All creatively done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 180Shashin View Post
    Vincent, I simply move the camera during the exposure and then process accordingly.
    Oh come on! It's better to say you spent the better part of the day working out and implementing the technique to achieve such an effect and it can't be duplicated by just anyone...LOL.

    Other than that, it reminds me of some turn of the century image (re: early 1900's)....Except your's is in color .

    Nicely done Will!

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    Lovely! Would you mind sharing exposure details for this pic Nathan?
    Thanks, and not at all

    ISO 400, f4.8 45 seconds
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Thank you. Coming from you, I consider that a great compliment to my Dad's work. I have long been an admirer of your work.
    Kindest regards
    Dave
    Thanks very much for your kind words! I've really meant every single words I said.

    Your dad's work has inspired me to concentrate more on B&W work. His work makes me realize I've had a lot to learn especially composition. This level of inspiration hasn't happened to me for a long time.

    I've bought lots of films last week and will start to use film/scanner again.

    Thanks again for giving me inspiration.

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    A very difficult winter in the NE US this year. A struggle to survive for many. Tens of thousands of waterfowl and gulls (no exaggeration) are crowded into the Dunkirk, NY harbor, which has a power plant whose cooling water keeps a portion of the harbor ice-free. This morning, there were also 15 bald eagles, both young and mature, looking for fish, an occasional gull and likely a duck. The first shot shows a few eagles standing on the ice beyond a area kept ice-free by the movement of the ducks . Second shot a portrait one of the adult eagles.
    Third, some of the ducks trying to make it through winter. Sadly I saw more than a few ducks frozen on the shore.


    _IGP0939 by tsjanik47, on Flickr


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    Tom, it has been a tough winter for wildlife in many parts of the country and sad for those ducks. Your image of the eagle is terrific! Was this taken with the 600 mm and is the image full frame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Thanks....I bought a Used Nikon Coolscan 8000 with glass negative carrier, on ebay. I was using a Polaroid 120 Sprintscan but it died when we were homeless for 6 months thanks to Hurricane Sandy. I had about 45 years of darkroom experience before switching to digital, so I know the "look" of burning in edges and corners, dodging shadows, etc, so I used these techniques on my father's negatives. In the darkroom, I would use a piece of cardboard to hold back the foreground while burning in the sky. With these negatives, I put the foreground and sky on their own layers, then apply levels to each separately, treating each as if it were a picture on it's own right. I have found that the old Zeiss camera and uncoated Tessar lens vignettes naturally, so only a little corner/ edge burning in is required. I am really loving doing this, since I was three years old when my Dad died at age 29. When I look at my own work, then look at my Dad's negatives, I cannot believe they came from two people that did not really know each other.
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    Nice! And thank you, Dave.

    I have a 9000ED myself. But hasn't used it for almost three years. While enjoying your digitizing works (on top of your father憇 wonderful pictures), I am thinking of start to scan all my films accumulated in the past 30 years.

    It's inspiring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    THANKS, I visited the site. Wonderful!
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    Hi Dave,

    You are welcome.

    Now it's close to 2000 views. A lot of people love the picture with the two kids running!

    I will keep updating the thread as long as you update here.

    Happy digitizing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Thanks very much for your kind words! I've really meant every single words I said.

    Your dad's work has inspired me to concentrate more on B&W work. His work makes me realize I've had a lot to learn especially composition. This level of inspiration hasn't happened to me for a long time.

    I've bought lots of films last week and will start to use film/scanner again.

    Thanks again for giving me inspiration.

    Pramote
    True.

    I even think these pictures deserve an independent thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Tom, it has been a tough winter for wildlife in many parts of the country and sad for those ducks. Your image of the eagle is terrific! Was this taken with the 600 mm and is the image full frame?

    Dave (D&A)
    Hi Dave:

    Thanks, all were taken with the 600mm and 1.4x. Very sharp if you can prevent any movement of the camera. All images are crops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Hi Dave:

    Thanks, all were taken with the 600mm and 1.4x. Very sharp if you can prevent any movement of the camera. All images are crops.

    Tom
    Thanks Tom...complete agree. The 1.4x combined with the 600mm is optically terrific. Best use of the 1.4x in my opinion....but as you say, stability is the key. I really should add and update my lens test posting of the 600mm, the 1.rx and a few other things. Things have been so hectic that I never got around to it. Hoping at some point to do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Ed, in this case the edge (framing effect) really works! As Tom pointed put, the luminosity in the previous image is quite striking. All creatively done.

    Dave (D&A)
    Thanks Dave - really appreciate that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Thanks, and not at all

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    Interesting and useful Nathan. Shots of the night sky - especially ones as good as this - float my boat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Hi Dave:

    Thanks, all were taken with the 600mm and 1.4x. Very sharp if you can prevent any movement of the camera. All images are crops.

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    Hi Tim,

    I've got this lens and the 1.4x but have yet to use the combo much. Are these all taken with the tripod and full support system we have discussed before, or can you get away with faster shutter speed shots using less support?

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    645D + 6x7 300mm EDIF lens (handheld)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Hi Tim,

    I've got this lens and the 1.4x but have yet to use the combo much. Are these all taken with the tripod and full support system we have discussed before, or can you get away with faster shutter speed shots using less support?
    Ed, I'll let Tom of course respond to your question regarding his observations and experience with this lens and converter. For myself, due to a number of reasons, , I haven't yet set up quite the stationary support Tom has for the 600mm +1.4x (and of which he's illustrated in past postings).... but I've personally found when comparing what I consider good support for this combination (sufficiently large Gitzo tripod and head along with a Manfrotto long lens support) vs. (in comparison) the Wimberely Gimbal head that I use for tracking, both give similar results with regards to vibration reducing sharpness.

    In other words, I found what appeared to be little loss of potential sharpness. Of course I haven't tried a 3 point support system yet. I presume I might be able to eek out more with Tom's set-up but I then wouldn't have the mobility I often need. It's a tradeoff. Just some personal observations of mine.

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    Gaucho from Entre Rios, Argentina.

    The series is very nice and the post processing fits very well. Is this the same grain that Olivier Chauvignat uses?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Hi Tim,

    I've got this lens and the 1.4x but have yet to use the combo much. Are these all taken with the tripod and full support system we have discussed before, or can you get away with faster shutter speed shots using less support?
    Ed, I always use the tripod with this lens. I can get away without the extra support system if using high shutter speeds >1/250s. Even with the extra support, speeds around 1/15s, are problematic; the addition of the Manfrotto is then very helpful.

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    From a recent job...

    H4D-40 80mm f11 1/90 profoto gridded magnum

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome_m View Post
    The series is very nice and the post processing fits very well. Is this the same grain that Olivier Chauvignat uses?
    Hello Jerome and thank you , I don't know what Olivier uses, but I think it's quite a more complex method he does. I don't "need" that complexity to fake grain. It's only LR processed and I'm happy with the results.

    Here is another, one of my favourite portrait. Gaucho from Urdinarrain, Entre Rios, Argentina.

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    I forgot to mention, Hasselblad H3DII-39 and HC80mm, Profoto B1 and Profoto Octa 3'.
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    For some strange reason was it I who liked this better than the customer.
    I always work from the principle that I, the artist, is always right, and the customer, very seldom

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    More industrial fun

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    Dave and Tom - thanks for your advice on the support system. I have all the parts for a very good support solution but haven't yet played with it much!

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    Pentax 645D with 25mm f4 DA lens

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