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    Pemaquid Point in moonlight.



    One day I have to take a picture of the lighthouse...
    Beautiful shot Will. Would you mind sharing exposure details please?

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    AFDIIID + Mamiya ZD + 35mm / 3.5 (manual old one)

    Sunday morning by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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    Söderåsen natural reserve, Sweden.
    At sunset one evening this spring.

    It is interesting to wrestle with color balance when using film for nature photos.
    Still in the process to find a good working method for the whole process.
    But, sooner or later...

    Digital is actually too easy to work with

    I do need to push my self a bit further now.
    And film force me to really look at what is in front of the camera,
    and at what I am doing behind the camera.

    So the more stringent I am in my work process, the less photos I take.
    And as a result of that, I of course get better photos.

    Very irritating

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    Beautiful shot Will. Would you mind sharing exposure details please?
    Thank you. I would be happy to share.

    The details are DFA 55mm, f/8, 121sec., ISO 400. The image was underexposed--I should have gone a few minutes longer ideally. The moon was a waxing gibbous about 5–6 days from full and I was shooting into the moon.
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    It was windy in the garden this weekend. The tripod did not seem to help with sharpness and neither did 6-stops of neutral density.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Thank you. I would be happy to share.

    The details are DFA 55mm, f/8, 121sec., ISO 400. The image was underexposed--I should have gone a few minutes longer ideally. The moon was a waxing gibbous about 5–6 days from full and I was shooting into the moon.
    Thanks Will - very interesting!

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    An OT observation: I grew up in southern California and as an adult have spent much time in Canada, mostly Ontario, but I've traveled from Nova Scotia to the west coat of Vancouver Island. When I visited Australia, my impression was that Australia was the British Empire's equivalent of California, while Canada was the equivalent of the remaining northern states in the US. I mean no offense to anyone by this remark, simply my observation that we all travel different roads but end up at the same place.

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    And Ireland was the British Empire's equivalent of the Garden of Eden: a beautiful playground that they unfortunately abused, and eventually had to be thrown out of!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Thank you. I would be happy to share.

    The details are DFA 55mm, f/8, 121sec., ISO 400. The image was underexposed--I should have gone a few minutes longer ideally. The moon was a waxing gibbous about 5–6 days from full and I was shooting into the moon.
    For a gibbous moonlit landscape, I found 4 minutes at f5.6 works well: this was on film (Kodak E200, M645 1000s, 55mm N)



    Alas, I still lack an MFD camera/back that can shoot longer than 1 minute. Some year, I'll find a P21+ or P30+ at the right price (deliberately choosing a microlensed back, for obvious reasons).

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    This chappie let me approach very close - I was only using a 120mm macro, not a particularly long tele.



    Mamiya 645AFD, Kodak DCS645M, 120/4 A macro, handheld.

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    The spell of beautiful light in Sydney keeps continuing! Pentax 645D plus 45-85 (at 45), multi-shot stitch:

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    Phase One 645DF + IQ180. SK 110 LS at f/9.
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    Recently acquired H1 with 80mm f2.8HC Portra 400 @200iso, not shot film for ages in MF. I had forgotten how beautiful it can be to work with.
    Camera now in Sweden for a checkover, only 3,000 clicks on the speedo, spare film back had 0 clicks
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Going through old files I found one I made for a calendar manufacturer - in 1982!
    Pukaskwa National Park on Lake Superior. Probably with a Mamiya 645.

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    Ahh, real photos should indeed include grain

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    Trying my hand opportunistically at some architecture - I was really there to take my daughter roller skating (that's her zooming around in the middle of the frame).



    Mamiya 645AFD, Kodak DCS645M, 24/4 ULD fisheye.
    De-fished, de-keystoned, de-horizon-tilted, de-everythinged in Hugin.
    (The strange curved, tilted end of the building is a real feature - this is the award-winning new Engineering Building at NUI Galway, whose varied sections and materials, and exposed structural details inside and out, were designed as teaching tools in themselves).

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    Phase One 645DF + IQ180. SK 110 LS at f/9.
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    645D + 25mm f4 DA lens, Lee 0.9ND and a bucket load of tweaking:

    [IMG]_IGP9725Step20sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (155k + views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by ondebanks View Post
    De-fished, de-keystoned, de-horizon-tilted, de-everythinged in Hugin.
    Ray, you're de-man.
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    I had to try it in B/W.
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    645D plus 25mm DA lens and Lee 0.9ND

    [IMG]_IGP9752Step6sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (155k + views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post


    I had to try it in B/W.
    I think this definitely works.
    Ylem ...
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    Lovely image of something I really dislike. Those seeds fall in my garden just after planting, clog my downspouts, find their way into my car, my house and every potted plant I have. I rid myself of them just before a new crop arrives.

    An image from last year that indicates just how many of these seeds fall from the sky:

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    Finally made it to Fallen Roof ruin to get a shot to match my House on Fire shot from a few years ago. A little harder hike than I was planning on (helps to not get lost ) Cool experience to shoot these ancient ruins.



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    The dark background works really well.

    I have a lupin just like this in my garden - the main flower spike peaked last weekend, so that indicates our growing season is about a week to 10 days ahead of yours (not surprising as you get much harsher winters in your part of the world!)

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    The dark background works really well.

    I have a lupin just like this in my garden - the main flower spike peaked last weekend, so that indicates our growing season is about a week to 10 days ahead of yours (not surprising as you get much harsher winters in your part of the world!)

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    Ray, i took that picture about a week ago and that lupine head has now peaked, so we are not that much different, at least in this season. We have had a cold year so far. Lupine are usually blossoming in early June.

    This was taken at the same time:

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    Canal side housing Lancaster UK, a bit Eastern Block for my liking.

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    A more subtle shot from yesterday morning... 645D plus 25mm f4 DA:

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    Great image of a great spot. I was there a few years ago, it's spetacular settings..
    Did you see the ruins a little further out on the ledge?

    Peter

    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    Finally made it to Fallen Roof ruin to get a shot to match my House on Fire shot from a few years ago. A little harder hike than I was planning on (helps to not get lost ) Cool experience to shoot these ancient ruins.



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    Midsummer in Sweden, some times a family holiday.
    So time to put a niece in front of the camera!

    Tuva is her name, and I will bribe her to stand in my studion more times!

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    ondebanks,

    I found SE Australia to be very much like California in the 1950's. If I could I would move there for the rest of my life. The road from Canberra to Sydney reminded me of Santa Barbara in the same time frame...magical....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisLivsey View Post


    Canal side housing Lancaster UK, a bit Eastern Block for my liking.

    Portra400 @200iso H1 80mmf2.8HC
    Spot the England flag hanging over the last balcony...

    I'm sorry to see England departing the World Cup so soon! But still, you've got a young team - they will certainly improve for the Euros in 2016 and WC in 2018.

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    Took this in january on my honeymoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    Midsummer in Sweden, some times a family holiday.
    So time to put a niece in front of the camera!

    Tuva is her name, and I will bribe her to stand in my studion more times!

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    Ray,
    I like how you lit the background.

    What did you use on the Quadra, some grid?


    Thanks,

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    Thanks for your kind words Alan!

    She adapted surprisingly quick to the hard life of a model!

    So, yes, I think you will see more of here :-)


    Steve, the setup was as follow:

    On her right side a 300x1200 mm soft box on its own Quadra. No grid but a black cloth on the right vertical side of the soft box to reduce reflection in to the area.
    To here right one quadra head with the small standard reflector + the diffusor plastic cap with an 2 stop neutral density film to reduce the output. On the background,
    from the same Quadra, one soft box 300x1200 mm with a grid to control the light better.

    There was some vingeting added in PP due to the fact that the grid was not ”tight” enough.

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    Pentax 645D with 35mm f3.5 A lens

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    645D with 6x7 200mm f4 lens and adaptor

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    645D with 45-85mm f4.5 FA lens (@45mm)

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    Pramote - love the sense of depth and crispness in that shot

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