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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Seafood salad. Leica S2, 120 Makro, strobe lighting
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    IQ180, 55mm SK LS lens, cropped with a bit of post production.

    Location Pilliga Forest, New South Wales, Australia
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    Koh Samui, Thailand
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    IQ180, 55mm SK LS lens, cropped with a bit of post production.

    Location Pilliga Forest, New South Wales, Australia
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    Amazing image. Very ethereal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by satybhat View Post
    Mal,
    Amazing image. Very ethereal.
    Thank you for your positive response.


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    Koh Samui, Thailand
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    REALLY LIKE!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    REALLY LIKE!!!!!!
    Vincent...Thanks very much for your kind words! Pramote

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    Koh Samui, Thailand
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Koh Samui, Thailand
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    Title that one "Faces".
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    From our garden.



    We have a great wild strawberry crop this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill_Green View Post
    Title that one "Faces".
    Thanks Bill! It's a great name.

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    Koh Samui, Thailand
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    now that my printer is working again, been playing with some panos. this a pre-dawn 4 shot with the 70mm rode, cambo IQ160, from a get dpi death valley workshop. capture 1 v7, 16 bit, autopanogiga merge
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    Some images really needs to be printed to grow on you. This one I liked printed, it has a resolution that makes the village come alive. But in low resolution jpg it does not really show all the texture and it's a little bit boring.
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    Koh Samui, Thailand
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    Mamiya 6. Shikoku, Japan.
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    Happy 4th everyone


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    alan:

    thx

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    Look before you sit.

    _IGP2549 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr


    A more typical shot: a cold front crossing Lake Erie brings relief from the moist southern air.

    Untitled_Panorama1 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Roaring Run, Apollo PA, one of my favorite spots.



    This is a 4 shot panorama shot with the Mamiya 35 mm lens. Phase One 645AF, IQ140, ISO 50, 6 seconds @ f/12.

    I have some firework photos too if anyone wants to see
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    I reworked an old image.
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    I am shooting more and more film.
    And that includes color film
    But the cost for development is not that low.
    About 6€ + tax + shipping for one roll of 120-film

    So I thought: How hard could it really be?

    After buying a Tetenal C-41 developer kit the answer is: Not hard att all!!
    It actually was as simple as developing B/W film, or even simpler.

    For a 1 litre kit it was a bit lower than half the price I paid the pro-lab per roll of film.
    So the next kit will be the 5-litre kit with even more saving per roll of film!
    With exactly the same quality of development as from the Pro-lab!

    And on the shelf in my dark room stands now also a E6- kit.



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    Mamiya 6; 150mm, Portra 400.
    Close to home.

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    Had a fun beauty shoot the other day


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    Out in Western Queensland where it gets pretty dry and fairly hot - landscapes from the air makes one think of Aboriginal dot paintings -

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    I am shooting more and more film.
    And that includes color film
    But the cost for development is not that low.
    About 6€ + tax + shipping for one roll of 120-film

    So I thought: How hard could it really be?

    After buying a Tetenal C-41 developer kit the answer is: Not hard att all!!
    It actually was as simple as developing B/W film, or even simpler.

    For a 1 litre kit it was a bit lower than half the price I paid the pro-lab per roll of film.
    So the next kit will be the 5-litre kit with even more saving per roll of film!
    With exactly the same quality of development as from the Pro-lab!

    And on the shelf in my dark room stands now also a E6- kit.



    Ray

    Mamiya 6; 150mm, Portra 400.
    Close to home.

    Ray so I assume you then scan the negative and ............ then we see a digital version? Am I on the wrong track, cause I always thought printing in colour in a dark room was pretty heavy duty stuff.

    Mal

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    Mal, You are on the right track

    I am in the middle of a process that will return me to analogue photography.
    I have large Durst 138 that can handle negative up to 5x7 that is slowly coming alive again.
    But color printing is a few step away from my current position, but just a few..
    I scan the negatives because it is for now the only realistic approach to get the pictures on large canvas.
    I recently had a local exhibition with canvas up to 2 meter in size.
    And half of them was from analog cameras.
    And as always, it was only the photographers that pressed there noses to the canvas.
    The other artists did take a couple of steps back and diskussed the motive and color and gestalt and..

    But, my Durst 138S has a head that I can rotate 90 degree and I have a empty wall in my darkroom that I can hang large foto papers on, upp to 2 meters high.
    And I could actually treat the canvas with chemicals so I could use it as a photo paper!
    Not today, but maybe next week!

    But whatever process, somewhere in the flow I have to digitalize the result if I want to publish it on line..

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    Ray

    Very interesting to hear of your successes so far. My Dad's Durst enlarger is still in his darkroom not being used now he has passed away - I keep thinking mmmmmmm but then I move on to something else -

    None the less it sounds like you are in the groove with this and that is fantastic.


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    Mal, LOVE the west queensland image.....very much like the paintings of which I have a few.
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    A fine rock in it's natural environment.
    Are you a "rock" man as well. I am not a geologist but really have a passion for rocks and tree roots.

    Well I guess that it is not yet illegal or immoral so I will keep on with this fetish.



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    Mal, thanks. Rocks rock. Ironically, that photograph was taken in the Granite State, AKA New Hampshire. Ironically, there is more schist in the granite state than granite. But the Schist State does not have the same ring to it.
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    Special thanks to Graham for showing me around the Palouse for a couple of days. What a great time in a photographically rich environment (as Graham would say).

    IQ180, Cambo AE, SK72L, 2 shot stitch



    Don't you just love tilt? SK72L 3 degrees tilt:

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    Mal, I like what you do with your ”extended" photos!

    But how do you do it?
    Do you print out your photos and do further work on the print, or do you do it in Photoshop?

    Ray

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    Here are a couple panos from my recent trip to the Canadian rockies. Lake Peyto and Lake Moraine in Banff/Yoho National Park taken with my Hasselblad H4D-40 and 35-90mm and really right stuff tripod. Don't remember the settings. It's gorgeous up there and the pics don't really do the views justice.
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    This is from a film I found a few days ago in the camper, left over from last august. I found it while preparing for this year trip.
    So the film has been exposed to temperature shifts between -30 to + 30 C.
    And it was on the edge of the film I shot with my Fuji 645 W60, an extra photo that normally will not be a full full frame.
    There is also some damage to the film surface from mechanical pressure.
    But, with a little help of PS it came out ok. It actually was the best shot of that roll!

    It is a Kodak Ektar 100 past its prime time.

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    Our garlic harvest (small portion). No vampires in our house

    _IGP2664 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Hello, here are some shot made with the H5D-50c last week, enjoy !

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    Mamiya 645 AFDIII, ZD back, 200mm APO:

    300mm APO:

    35mm:


    (click pic to see larger on Flickr).

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Special thanks to Graham for showing me around the Palouse for a couple of days. What a great time in a photographically rich environment (as Graham would say).
    An absolute pleasure to share with you and Faith. I simply love the movement you captured in the shot. Next time, Ickes Rd or Hilty Rd ... Two days wasn't enough
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post

    It is a Kodak Ektar 100 past its prime time.

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    Kodak Extar 100 is NEVER past it's prime
    Ylem ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Mal, thanks. Rocks rock. Ironically, that photograph was taken in the Granite State, AKA New Hampshire. Ironically, there is more schist in the granite state than granite. But the Schist State does not have the same ring to it.
    Schist .....
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    Leaf Credo 60 test shot by oamkumar, on Flickr

    One of my test shots from the leaf Credo 60 and Phaseone DF+ with SK 150 LS lens
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    645D plus 35mm A lens

    [IMG]_IGP0066Step13sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (165k + views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    645D plus 35mm A lens

    [IMG]_IGP0066Step13sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (165k + views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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