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    More with the profoto Zoomspot


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    Spring. I love ferns.

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    Absolutely stunning Tom. Very beautiful. You've posted some great images of late. Congratulations on your efforts.

    600 monster? 400?

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    Shot at 1600 with the intention of blending other frames at 400…but the moon was racing faster than my brain. So just worked with the 1 noisy 1600 image. Cemetery was a bit of serendipity as I didn't see it - didn't know it was there in the dark. Pentax 645D 400mm. One has to wonder how the "Z" would have rendered this.

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    Absolutely stunning Tom. Very beautiful. You've posted some great images of late. Congratulations on your efforts.

    600 monster? 400?

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    Thanks Rick. I used the 120mm A for that shot. I've seen that lens accused of harsh bokeh, but it looks good to me.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I am not a food shooter (and certainly not The Foodshooter (I am more an eater than a shooter)), but here is an image of our blackberry pie my wife made this week. These are some of the blackberries we harvested from our land last year. We freeze a large amount to use for the rest of the year. The best way to thaw them, IMHO, is in a pie crust with a little honey and lemon juice. I think we have enough berries to repeat this a few more times.



    I need to get a cup of coffee...

    ...and another slice of pie.
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    From "The Fun department".

    I have about 60 rolls of old Kodak E6 film, at least 10 years or more past "best date".
    So I decided to give one a try, and it works good! Rather blue tone but except for that, Gooood

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    Close to home

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    From "The Fun department" #2.

    I bought a new Mamiya 6 camera with 3 lenses a few weeks ago.
    This is the fifth such camera I own. And they just get more fun for every year that goes by

    Square is hip! (just for the readers above 50 years of age or so)

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    Over the winter, Gary (Bensonga) posted that his friend, Brian had a nice Pentax 25mm for sale. I couldn't resist, and am now the proud owner of that lens. The transaction went smoothly, and I would recommend to anybody to consider buying from Gary or Brian if other offerings become available.

    Here are a few from the 25mm.

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    Ray,

    What is that structure? A bridge it seems, but why the window? For the Trolls? Just curious.

    Rick

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    Rick, this area was once a small industrial area with a blast furnace and heavy use of water to power different parts of the processes.
    And it has been rebuilt and rebuilt and...
    Behind me is a small hydro power station and you can see the watertube for the turbine to the left.
    So what is in front of me is part of old walls.
    A lot of nice structure to waste some silver on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    . ..........I couldn't resist, and am now the proud owner of that lens..............

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    I'm envious; the first image is very nice. Any thoughts on how the 25mm compare to the 35mm, one of my favorites?

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    Spring. I love ferns.

    _IGP2251 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    You're right! Ferns are fractally fabulous. As is your photo!

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    I am not sure if this fit here but since there is no Foveon sensor in medium format, I thought this could be a tease to a wish for the future of medium format Foveon sensor. Well at least in this photo, it was taken with the medium format lens.


    Hasselblad Planar C 80mm at F2.8 + Sigma SD14
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    From "The Fun department".

    I have about 60 rolls of old Kodak E6 film, at least 10 years or more past "best date".
    So I decided to give one a try, and it works good! Rather blue tone but except for that, Gooood

    Ray

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    Close to home

    I have to ask Ray, how long has that boat been there?

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    Tom, I moved to this location in the winter 2010/2011 and the boat was already in this position.
    But based on my experience from other boats of this kind I would guess that it is at least 10-15 years that the boat has been here.
    It will now deteriorate quickly when most of the tar is gone from the botom.

    This is the normal destiny for the old boats that the lokal people built them self in the previous era of "self-supporting".
    A sad ending, but makes often good photo subject..

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    Any thoughts on how the 25mm compare to the 35mm, one of my favorites?

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    Tom,


    Once I decided on the 645D, I started acquiring lenses, and it has grown into quite an arsenal. Of all my 67 and 645 lenses, the 645-A 35mm has been my favorite as it compliments my shooting style well. Probably 75 to 80 percent of my photos on the 645D have been taken with that lens. It's a sharp lens and I feel I'm getting the quality - sharpness wise - as when I was using a 4x5. I'm getting much better results than I got with my 67 using the 45mm lens, due in part that all my old 6x7 work was hyper-focused (I bought into all the rubbish about circles of confusion, and viewing distance and all the other pontifications that were just excuses for not having a sharp image). With the 35mm, I almost never shoot hyper-focally. I usually try using f/11 and shoot several slices and combine them later with either ZereneStacker or Helicon Focus and rarely Photoshop. I'm usually using 3 or 4 slices at f/11, but that all depends on how close I am and sometimes its as many as 6 or 7.

    I have only used the 25mm a couple times so I can't say too much yet with any authority, but I can give some initial impressions.

    The photos I've taken with the 25mm so far have all been single image captures. The depth of field with that lens is so great that all that business of focus stacking and extra photoshop work can be reduced significantly. But……I was using a smaller aperture to insure focus and thereby introducing a bit of diffraction. Of course I can always focus stack for the sharpest possible image. Perfectionism vs Lazynism.

    Because of the large depth of field, I think this lens is going to open up a lot of "small world" type of images like the pond shots. Shots that I wouldn't have considered before where I can get close and explore the little spaces.

    As I'm sure you are aware, it's big and relatively heavy. Not that big a deal, but it will limit lens selection on longer hikes with a concern with keeping the pack weight down. You can't use a front filter. I like having a good quality (B+W) filter on my lenses so any cleaning will be done on the filter and not the front lens element. It makes me a little nervous to have the front of the lens exposed. I also use split neutral density filters a lot. Almost all of my lenses, with few exceptions, have the Lee adapter ring mounted to the lens front. I use the Lee hood which accommodates the rectangular filters. It makes it very easy to shade and use the filters. With the 25mm, it seems the built in petal hood comes out too far to mount the Lee holder without getting vignetting. I don't like the idea of hand holding the filter. I'll have to play with this some more and try to come up with some kind of solution. (The first - Japan only - 25mm has a shorter hood and I've seen solutions for that lens that work with the filters).

    The 35mm has an aperture ring and the 25mm has to be set with a dial - no biggy.

    I think it's going to be harder to shoot with regards to perspective control. I'm not used to something this wide, and if the lens is out of square, it's going to produce converging lines. This can be used creatively, but most often can be problematic. I imagine the Tech Cam crowd were cringing with the pond photos I posted. The distortion is very apparent with those. The other shot with the grasses and lone tree, I used the vertical transform tool in Lightroom to straighten the trees in the corners and thereby cropping the image.

    Chromatic Aberration is very apparent, but cleans up easily but not always entirely in Lightroom. My solution might be to take a double whack at it in photoshop.

    I think I will really like this lens. Most of it's issues can be mitigated with careful craft and technique. I think it's going to open up all kinds of imaging possibilities.

    I'll post some of my 35mm photos that use slices and yesterday I used the 25mm, so I'll post that shot also.


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Some photos taken with the Pentax 645D and the 645-A 35mm lens using several image slices for greater depth of field.

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    Whoops. The Riled seas black and white was a one image capture, f/16 I think.

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    From yesterday. Pentax 645D, Pentax-DA 645 25mm, f/14

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    From yesterday. Pentax 645D, Pentax-DA 645 25mm, f/14

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    I see no objectionable distortion in this. Thanks for the detailed reply; I'm sure I would enjoy that lens, just the cost holds me back

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    I am not a food shooter (and certainly not The Foodshooter (I am more an eater than a shooter)), but here is an image of our blackberry pie my wife made this week. These are some of the blackberries we harvested from our land last year. We freeze a large amount to use for the rest of the year. The best way to thaw them, IMHO, is in a pie crust with a little honey and lemon juice. I think we have enough berries to repeat this a few more times.



    I need to get a cup of coffee...

    ...and another slice of pie.
    I"m drooling. I am trying to lose weight. Please DO NOT post any more pix like this. It's immoral.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    I am not a food shooter (and certainly not The Foodshooter (I am more an eater than a shooter)), but here is an image of our blackberry pie my wife made this week. These are some of the blackberries we harvested from our land last year. We freeze a large amount to use for the rest of the year. The best way to thaw them, IMHO, is in a pie crust with a little honey and lemon juice. I think we have enough berries to repeat this a few more times.



    I need to get a cup of coffee...

    ...and another slice of pie.
    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    Over the winter, Gary (Bensonga) posted that his friend, Brian had a nice Pentax 25mm for sale. I couldn't resist, and am now the proud owner of that lens. The transaction went smoothly, and I would recommend to anybody to consider buying from Gary or Brian if other offerings become available.

    Here are a few from the 25mm.

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    Lovely series Rick! (From someone who also lives on the Great Arc!)
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    Bill, you are really fixated on my blackberry pie.
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    Shashin,

    A suggestion: the image of the pie could be greatly improved with a dollop of ice cream or whipped cream, but only to act as a reflector and direct light at the berries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Bill, you are really fixated on my blackberry pie.
    He's not the only one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Lovely series Rick! (From someone who also lives on the Great Arc!)
    Thanks Bill. I've often thought about doing a photo project on the Niagara Escarpment. I've got a fair amount from Door County. I'm hoping to get up to Drumond Island this summer to see what that's all about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Rick,

    I see no objectionable distortion in this. Thanks for the detailed reply; I'm sure I would enjoy that lens, just the cost holds me back

    Tom
    Tom,
    Perhaps the church doors were a poor choice to show, but I had just taken it with the 25 and I thought I'd show it. The church was built in 1896. Any distortion is more likely from time as from glass.

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    The Great Lakes, often the weather is bad, but sometimes interesting. Lake Erie after a arrival of a front:

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    Ancient ruins on the Paria Plateau, Arizona, overlooking the beginning of Grand Canyon.



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    They said if I became a photographer, I could make a lot of dough.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    They said if I because a photographer, I could make a lot of dough........
    That's a half-baked idea.
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    I thought this image from above would be a good candidate for BW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pham Minh Son View Post
    I thought this image from above would be a good candidate for BW.
    I really like this one in black and white.
    This is my field of profession: large power plants, heavy industries, the power grid.
    And this is how it looks after 20 hours of work to try to get everything back in working order. You see all in B/W!

    I will go to Baltimore next week to try to find some disturbances on the power grid in the harbor there.
    I only have about 48 hours to do the job, and I can guarantee you that the second sunrize i will se in the harbor will be in B/W,
    independent of what color other people will see

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    More with the profoto Zoomspot


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    Chloe-Tutankhamun-Hurst

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    Rather amazing conditions over Sydney. Pentax 645D + 120mm A lens. 9 shot stitch.

    [IMG]PanoFromFiles_IGP9079-9105(AllFiles)VERSION2-Step11Crop1SMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (145k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Rather amazing conditions over Sydney. Pentax 645D + 120mm A lens. 9 shot stitch.


    I'd love to see a BIG print of that one!
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    Thanks mate!

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    645DF, IQ180, 35mm,

    When the flames of my campfire become a galaxy of light in my universe.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post


    645DF, IQ180, 35mm,

    When the flames of my campfire become a galaxy of light in my universe.

    Mal
    Nice Mal and very creative; reminiscent of something from the original Star Trek.
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