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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Don't feel too bad, Will - we still have so much ice on Georgian Bay that our local ferry has postponed the start of its season - usually it would be tomorrow but it looks like it would well be another week yet.

    We have daffodils out but not much else!

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    Inspired by Billy's Fuji GX6x17 image, I stopped by the park on the way to stitch the square sensor for the 6x17 format. Since it was inspired, I did not bring the tripod so this is a poor man handheld estimation of the nodal point.

    Original Stitch: Hasselblad 503CW + 80mm CFE at F8 & 1/250s + CFV-16


    Break down into 2 images based on the 6x17 format:


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    Another winter sunset in the very cold harbor.

    _IGP1148 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    ran into this fine feathered guy in Orlando, Fl

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Another winter sunset in the very cold harbor.

    _IGP1148 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    Love this image!!
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    Dusting off some old Hasselblad lens that I have not used for awhile now for some more Spring photos:


    Hasselblad 555ELD + 120mm CFE + CFV-16


    Hasselblad 501CM + 40mm CFE IF + CFV-16


    Hasselblad 501CM + 40mm CFE IF + CFV-16

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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    Love this image!!
    Thanks Darr. In case you're curious, it was taken with a 645D and 600mm lens. The dramatic beam of sunlight was created by a power plant and a rock jetty blocking all but the narrow beam. I did apply a curve to increase contrast (no saturation); maybe too much, but that's always a judgment. Although the shot appears warm, the air temp was around 0F; I'm amazed that those birds could survive in that cold.

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    I agreed with Darr. It is a very inspiring image Tom. I love the long lens here to create the looks. Congratulation on this very amazing image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Another winter sunset in the very cold harbor.

    _IGP1148 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    Inspirational image - really got me inspired.

    I also think that it could be cropped to make a different image or more than one for that matter.

    Just fantastic.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pham Minh Son View Post
    I agreed with Darr. It is a very inspiring image Tom. I love the long lens here to create the looks. Congratulation on this very amazing image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    Inspirational image - really got me inspired.

    I also think that it could be cropped to make a different image or more than one for that matter.

    Just fantastic.


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    Thanks Son and Mal:

    Inspirational is the highest compliment for me; the photos I really enjoy seeing are those that motivate me to go out and take pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Thanks Son and Mal:

    Inspirational is the highest compliment for me; the photos I really enjoy seeing are those that motivate me to go out and take pictures.

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    You and Billy's recent images are contagious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Another winter sunset in the very cold harbor.

    _IGP1148 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    Wow! That is all I can say. So I will say it again: Wow!
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    One from yesterday evening at the beach of Agger, Denmark.

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    Great Sand Dunes National Park, Alamosa, CO
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    Great Sand Dunes National Park, Alamosa, CO
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    Thanks Alan!

    It was a very cold, but nice evening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


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    Something a little different from me; I just reworked some 645 film shots from 5 years back. This is a mosaic of 2 slides of the winter Milky Way.

    Kodak E200 in a Mamiya 645 1000s; 80/1.9 at f/4; 20 minutes per frame IIRC; EQ6 equatorial mount, manual guiding corrections (old-school!). Location was the Connemara coast.

    I was never really happy with Registar's mosaicing - it does perfect alignment, but the "joins" are obvious as it cannot correct vignetting. Once again, hugin to the rescue! I would never have pitched it as astro software, but today I just gave it a try and it did a fantastic job here. Not the final word yet on colour/DR etc. but I'll try to play with it some more...would be nice to expand out the mosaic with some more frames, and maybe remove the brownish skyglow gradient at the bottom...

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    Quote Originally Posted by stngoldberg View Post
    ran into this fine feathered guy in Orlando, Fl

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    Really clean shot of this egret/crane whatever.

    Would you mind sharing camera, lens and camera settings?


    Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    Stanley


    Really clean shot of this egret/crane whatever.

    Would you mind sharing camera, lens and camera settings?


    Thanks


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    Hi Mal,
    I used my Hasselblad H5D50 with a 300mm lens with a 13mm extension tube.
    Also used fill in flash at a minus two setting on TLL.
    The exposure was at f5.6....don't recall the shutter speed
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    Quote Originally Posted by ondebanks View Post
    Something a little different from me; I just reworked some 645 film shots from 5 years back. This is a mosaic of 2 slides of the winter Milky Way.
    Ray, that is pretty amazing. Especially getting features like Barnard's Loop. It must be those magical Irish skies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Ray, that is pretty amazing. Especially getting features like Barnard's Loop. It must be those magical Irish skies.
    Thanks, Will. Well, it takes a bit of magic to get the omnipresent clouds to disperse! But on the rare occasions when they do, the atmospheric transparency can be superb, and by driving west for at least half an hour, I can get clear of light pollution as well.

    The other magic is in Kodak E200's broad spectral sensitivity and low reciprocity failure. I bought a stash for my freezer when it was discontinued in 2010; I am slowly eking it out for astro usage only.

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    Finally got the 205FCC converted to take the CFV-16/39/50 digital backs.






    Hasselblad 205FCC + 110mm F2.0 FE + CFV-16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
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    One of my favorite lens to shoot portrait is the Planar 110mm F2.0 lens. I tried one of this versions for landscape for a change here, but perhaps more like a landscape portrait.






    Hasselblad 205FCC + Planar T* 110mm F2.0 FE + CFV-16
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    May and June are my busy times with all areas of my photographic work going crazy, so not much time for "fun" but this evening I had to photograph a confirmation group picture (29 teenagers and a priest ) When I arrived at the church I found the priest in deep conversation on his phone looking out of the window.. The light was fantastic so I quickly pulled out my hassy , asjusted iso shutter and aperture to what I reckoned was about right and got this one shot off before he moved away into the vestry...
    H4D-40 HC80mm f2.8 iso 800 1/350

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    Hasselblad 205FCC + 110mm FE + CFV-16
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    645D plus Big Stopper

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Now why in the heck would you need any other camera other than your 645D? Your images pasty and present say it all! Lovely Ed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    May and June are my busy times with all areas of my photographic work going crazy, so not much time for "fun" but this evening I had to photograph a confirmation group picture (29 teenagers and a priest ) When I arrived at the church I found the priest in deep conversation on his phone looking out of the window.. The light was fantastic so I quickly pulled out my hassy , asjusted iso shutter and aperture to what I reckoned was about right and got this one shot off before he moved away into the vestry...
    H4D-40 HC80mm f2.8 iso 800 1/350

    I pop in here now and again to see what you 'real' photographers are up to. This is just fantastic :thumb up:

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Now why in the heck would you need any other camera other than your 645D? Your images pasty and present say it all! Lovely Ed!

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    Thanks Dave - that's a wonderful compliment :-)

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    Last year's beech leaves; about to be dropped for new growth. 645D, 400mm wide open @f/5.6.

    _IGP1980 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Mamiya 6, 75mm, 10,000ft.

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    That is an excellent image of the harbor....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    That is an excellent image of the harbor....
    Thanks Vincent! Sydney Harbour is an easy place to fall in love with :-)

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    Fun one from a shoot today...

    H4D-40 HCD 28mm f4 f11 1/500 profoto D1air 1000

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    Just picked up a profoto zoomspot and am loving it.


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    Portrait with what natural light I could find.

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    Returning to the same ground with my favorite tree but for different lights and different subjects. Apparently, I am not the only person who likes this tree.




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    Some interesting weather around Sydney Habour 'heads'

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