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    Been a bit busy to post recently but last week had a few nights at Lamington National Park and here is an image from that trip.

    IQ180, 35mm lens

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    Portrait of a goose. I can see the resemblance to a dinosaur. 645D, 400mm (itís not safe to get too close to this guy).

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    Gee...I think I will rethink about the FA400mm lens after seeing this. I tried 2 copies of this lens but gave up.
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    Been a bit busy to post recently but last week had a few nights at Lamington National Park and here is an image from that trip.

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    Does anyone else see an octopus?
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    Gee...I think I will rethink about the FA400mm lens after seeing this. I tried 2 copies of this lens but gave up.
    Thats interesting. I've seen good consistancy between samples of the 400mm I've tried but on the other hand, for critial work, I did find it best to stop it down at least one full f-stop for max. apature.

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    Does anyone else see an octopus?
    Wow, yea, I defininitely do! Not only the tenticles but the eyes. Good eye Tom!

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    this one at Death Valley NP. FA35 lens. ISO200. f16. 1/3sec.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Thats interesting. I've seen good consistancy between samples of the 400mm I've tried but on the other hand, for critial work, I did find it best to stop it down at least one full f-stop for max. apature.

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    Could be my bad luck.

    Now when I rethink this, it could be that I put the standard too high that I used DFA 55mm/2.8 as a reference and focused too much on 100% crops. Anyway, these are two test shots. The moon shot was highly cropped and should close to 100%.



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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Does anyone else see an octopus?
    yup, me too

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    Does anyone else see an octopus?
    Yup!

    Or a green Dr. Zoidberg.

    Or one of those Oods from Dr. Who.

    Or a Quarren from Star Wars.

    Basically, approximately 8% of all sci-fi alien heads ever imagined.

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    Could be my bad luck.

    Now when I rethink this, it could be that I put the standard too high that I used DFA 55mm/2.8 as a reference and focused too much on 100% crops. Anyway, these are two test shots. The moon shot was highly cropped and should close to 100%.

    That's good lunar detail for 400mm focal length. Hard to see much scope for improvement, other going to smaller pixels or a longer lens.

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    Gee...I think I will rethink about the FA400mm lens after seeing this. I tried 2 copies of this lens but gave up.
    I have found it to be a very sharp lens; of course focus must be spot on and shutter shake can be an issue. The goose shot posted is a heavy crop and was handheld. I find the eye fascinating and somewhat alien looking. A 700 pixel crop of the eye. Imagine if I had used a tripod.


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    One more image from the ancient Antarctic Beech forest in Lamington National Park. Some of these trees are estimated to be over 2000 years old - but the amazing thing is that this species of tree evolved when Africa and Australia were part of one super continent. How time flies by.


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    Spent one of my free days doing what I do at work every day... photographing...
    I spent the day with Damien Lovegrove on a one day workshop here in Norway, a very enjoyable day which filled me with inspiration for the coming portrait season...

    H4D-40 HC150n @ f3,4 1/800 iso 100

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Spent one of my free days doing what I do at work every day... photographing...
    I spent the day with Damien Lovegrove on a one day workshop here in Norway, a very enjoyable day which filled me with inspiration for the coming portrait season...

    H4D-40 HC150n @ f3,4 1/800 iso 100

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    I think of vanity as a human quality; however, I can't help but wonder if this Canvasback duck was showing me his better side.
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    Thank you again everyone for your kind words about the pictures of my new baby son, Archie. I am genuinely moved by what you guys have said...

    At the risk of boring you all, here is another shot. I am trying only to post images that are interesting as pictures (not merely because they feature my son), but I have to confess that my objectivity might be somewhat compromised just now ;-)

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    Most excellent......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Spent one of my free days doing what I do at work every day... photographing...
    I spent the day with Damien Lovegrove on a one day workshop here in Norway, a very enjoyable day which filled me with inspiration for the coming portrait season...

    H4D-40 HC150n @ f3,4 1/800 iso 100

    Lovely image Nathan - sense of implied narrative and intrigue... Glamorous yet subtle and intimate.
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    Thank you again everyone for your kind words about the pictures of my new baby son, Archie. I am genuinely moved by what you guys have said...

    At the risk of boring you all, here is another shot. I am trying only to post images that are interesting as pictures (not merely because they feature my son), but I have to confess that my objectivity might be somewhat compromised just now ;-)

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    _IGP6904Step4sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (125k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Another...
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    She is a professional dancer. please don't do this with a civilian!
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    another Death Valley. Zabriskie Point at sunrise.

    the lens is FA120mm micro. ISO200. f14. 1/30sec.

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    Pano based on hand-held shots (got caught without a tripod with unexpected conditions). Pentax 645D + 35mm A lens.

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    Four more from my father's lost for 72 years negatives. All taken with Zeiss Super Ikonta "A", uncoated 70mm Tessar lens, Compur shutter. Thanks for looking and the nice comments about my Dad's work.
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    really LOVE his composition....

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    Taken this morning in Grand Teton National Park, DF/IQ160 150mm f/22 1/320 ISO 200

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    egad, while i was off diddling around with sonys and fujis, the views here have passed ONE MILLION!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Spent one of my free days doing what I do at work every day... photographing...
    I spent the day with Damien Lovegrove on a one day workshop here in Norway, a very enjoyable day which filled me with inspiration for the coming portrait season...

    H4D-40 HC150n @ f3,4 1/800 iso 100

    Very sexy ..... ^^

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    Going through Images from the past year and thought I'd post some more...all taken with H4D-40 and TVC-33/BH-55 combo.

    First one is Detifoss waterfall in northern Iceland, second is a DC-3 crash on Vik beach in Iceland, third Manhattan and Brooklyn bridge
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    Hi all: It has been fun posting my father's lost for 72 years images which I scanned from the original negatives. The feed back and comments have been most gracious, and I thank you for that. I finally added a page to my web site devoted to my father's pictures. I will be adding to it from timer to time. I hesitated from doing it, because I built the site picture by picture, one at a time. Each added picture had to have boarders formatted, hyperlinks added (wave your mouse over the image to get it's number), individually placed on the page, etc. All this, and I have not a clue as to what I am doing, so every major change, such as adding a new page, and hyperlinking it back and forth to the home page, gives me severe gastric distress.

    Please go to my web site and click on the ALEXANDER GURTCHEFF button. The site is here:

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    I've recently gotten a couple emails and telephone calls on my thoughts regarding the 240LS. The main questions asked is would I do it all over again and buy it. My answer is always the same. Yes.

    We were out this morning attempting to capture the fresh snow that fell last night. There's a stand of Aspens close to Oxbow Bend in Glacier National Park that Sandy & I have had our eyes on for the past couple days. This morning they spoke volumes to us.

    So just how good is the 240LS? The shot was handheld f/8 1/250 ISO 50. I've included the original file as shot and the finished image. I see the finish image printed at 18x9 with stunning detail.

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    Upper Proxy Falls, Three Sisters Wilderness, Oregon
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    Another example of how good the 240LS is (or should I say can be?). DF/IQ160 (handheld) f/11 1/200 ISO 50.



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