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    Yes, indeed it is! Until I moved to Sydney, I never appreciated the aesthetic of rocky headlands with endless, higgledy-piggledy rows of low-rise apartment blocks. But now I rather like them ;-)

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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
    Wow! The air is so clear into the distance, the detail so contrasty, that it almost looks like a CGI model. It must have felt very special to stand there that morning and take it all in.

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    there were at least 20-30 tyros with their tripods waiting for sunrise; it was fun

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    This is a quick one of Frank. It was shot in window light as I happened by with a camera in my hand…nothing fancy.

    Leica S2-P / ISO 640 / S120 Macro @ f/4 / 1/25 sec.
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    So I have now developed my first two E-6 film in my darkroom

    As simple as the C-41 kit.
    The only strange ting is that the Tetenal E-6 kit is sold as a 3 part kit.
    But it is actually a 3-part kit that forces you to make 4 separat containers of chemicals?
    But one part more or less, who am I to complain

    So now all technical parts are up and running in my new analogue life.

    This is from a small study of rock formation I made a few weeks ago, in bright sunlight.
    It did stretch the film a little past its braking point, but the black shadows is from my point of view ok.

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    The graffiti is on a wall of a building that contained a pizzeria. The pizza guy closed shop and the building is for rent. I wonder if they will remove this image of the Newport bridge?
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    Cloudy day in the City By The Sea....Newport,
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    Best bread in town

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    A couple long exposure black and white pics from my recent Canada trip
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    The Phase One AF has been on the shelf untouched for what must be well over a year now. No longer compatible with the IQ180, it suddenly dawned on me that I could use it as a point-and-shoot with my Achromatic+

    Totally forgotten just how gorgeous it is to look through that massive viewfinder.



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    It's been a while since I've seen color like this morning at Mt. Rainier reflection lakes.

    Cambo AE, IQ180, HR40, 3 shot stitch:

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    Fujigma ! by a good old ZD

    Kind regards - Hulyss - hulyssbowman.com & LuSh
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    Our raspberries are here.

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    645D plus 25mm f4 DA (four shot pano):

    [IMG]PanoFromFiles_IGP0130-49(MidFiles)Step10CropSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (165k + views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    RZ67IID + Mamiya ZD + 180mm SF

    Study in softness by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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    Phase One DF/IQ160 Schneider 240 LS f/7.1 1/200 ISO 50 using a combination of a RRS long lens support and monopod.

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    Will,

    That is beautiful!
    As a sailor, that photo really appeals to my saltier side.
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    Sergei,
    Can you tell us about the 180mm soft focus lens for the RZ?

    --Steve.

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    White Rhino - Phase One DF/IQ160 Schneider LS 240mm f/7.1 1/200 ISO 50

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    Ed Hurst, www.spiffingpics.com
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    i just jumped off the slope

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    in the lighthouse mode: blad, CV39, near bandon OR.
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    This week was Vintage Grand Prix week in Pittsburgh, culminating in today's final races.



    IQ140, Mamiya 80D @ f/3.5. ISO 50
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    Quote Originally Posted by ibengqdurol2 View Post
    i just jumped off the slope
    Yep - verticals are a little hard to judge here. I have lost objectivity (due to being there and spending too long deciding whether to rotate the shot). Do you think the shot is upright?

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    Ed Hurst, www.spiffingpics.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve_cor View Post
    Sergei,
    Can you tell us about the 180mm soft focus lens for the RZ?

    --Steve.
    Sure, its you typical Sekkor with 3 soft disks, 180/f4, i think i got mine brand new on sale from Keh for like 145$ couple years ago or so, bc no one wanted them Like all the lenses with disks (Fujinons , Imagons , SF Sekkors) its matter of taste which one of disks (if any, b/c its soft without them too) to use. This was with f6.3 one.

    Like any of them - any point sized light source will produce funky star-like shape effects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris_holtmeier View Post
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    Very nice portrait and expression.
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    One of my few attempts at shooting bokeh. I actually gave up on this in the field. Three shots but not a real plan. First one at f/22. Ugly bokeh. Next was at f/4. Great bokeh, no depth of field. Then I changed composition slightly and f/4 with a small focus shift. A breeze picked up and I packed up thinking I didn't get anything. After reviewing in Lightroom I decided to put the three through Zerene Stacker. After some PP in photoshop, I'm surprised and happy with how this turned out.

    Pentax 645D, 120A, cropped a bit.

    I'm no plant expert. Identified this with some googling, but it could be labeled wrong. This was a wild growing shrub along Lake Michigan in Door County, Wisconsin. If anybody thinks its something else, please let me know.

    Rick

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    I think you got the name right, Richard. It is not native - it's a cultivated plant that has "escaped" and gone wild.

    And a very nice shot!

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    Thanks for the reply and compliment Bill. Too bad it's an "escapee". I like to promote wildness and a "pure" nature with my photographs. Oh well. It was a nice little exercise nonetheless. It reminds me of a some notecards I self published some years ago - before the wonders of the internet. One of the photos had some flowers in it that I simply labeled as wildflowers as part of the photo's description. It was later pointed out to me that it was a common bulb flower that was a remnant from an old farmhouse that was once there. The photo was from a state park and the farmland had been acquired when the park was formed.

    Once again, thanks.

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    With only a few exceptions (Phase One P+ Kodak sensors, IQ260), MF CCD backs in general, and especially older ones like my Kodak DCS645M, have truly awful long exposure dark noise, which corrodes image quality even with automatic dark-frame subtraction engaged.

    So what do you do in enforced low-light long exposures, when the signal is only trickling in while the noise is building up to ridiculous levels? Mod your system to build the signal up to ridiculous levels as well! Admitting all the near infrared spectrum boosts signal by a large multiple in a Kodak CCD. All I have to do with my DCS645M is click off the removable IR-block filter.

    In practice, the small focus shift due to IR wavelengths now dominating seems to cancel out the small focus shift due to removing the glass filter from the front of the DB.

    So here's the Teapot and the summer Milky Way in Visible + IR [predominantly IR]. This reminds me of old hypered Tech Pan shots with a deep red filter, except here it's actually in colour: the little nebulae are reddish due to the 656 nm Hydrogen line. The star-clouds and interstellar dust clouds are more structured in IR than they would be in the visible.


    Mamiya 645AFD, Kodak DCS645M unfiltered, 80/1.9 at f2.8. 12 x 1 minute exposures on an AstroTrac mount, processed in Deep Sky Stacker.


    Including some foreground (the French campsite where we were staying) also leads to interesting results:

    1 minute exposure, 45/2.8 S lens.

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    Carrying on, sort of from your beautiful tree - this is a small dead tree, bleached white by the sun, laying on a bed of green moss in a sub alpine area. I was inclined to turn this into an organic Rorschach ink blot image.

    The drum roll sound effect - "and what do you see in the ink blot?"

    Thanks for viewing.


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    OK - I admit it - I've been posting shots of this location a little too often! I have got an obsession with getting it right and each attempt seems better than the last... Anyway, enough excuses. Here is yet another version:

    645D + 25mm f4 DA

    [IMG]_IGP0351Step9CropSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (170k + views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    645D plus 35mm f3.5A and Big Stopper:

    [IMG]_IGP0343Step12sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (170k + views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by ondebanks View Post
    With only a few exceptions (Phase One P+ Kodak sensors, IQ260), MF CCD backs in general, and especially older ones like my Kodak DCS645M, have truly awful long exposure dark noise, which corrodes image quality even with automatic dark-frame subtraction engaged.

    So what do you do in enforced low-light long exposures, when the signal is only trickling in while the noise is building up to ridiculous levels? Mod your system to build the signal up to ridiculous levels as well! Admitting all the near infrared spectrum boosts signal by a large multiple in a Kodak CCD. All I have to do with my DCS645M is click off the removable IR-block filter.

    In practice, the small focus shift due to IR wavelengths now dominating seems to cancel out the small focus shift due to removing the glass filter from the front of the DB.

    So here's the Teapot and the summer Milky Way in Visible + IR [predominantly IR]. This reminds me of old hypered Tech Pan shots with a deep red filter, except here it's actually in colour: the little nebulae are reddish due to the 656 nm Hydrogen line. The star-clouds and interstellar dust clouds are more structured in IR than they would be in the visible.

    Ray
    Wow.

    Ray - I'm very intrigued by your comment about the images being predominantly in the IR. I've not really done any astrophotography but the bug is nibbling me.

    Would I get decent results with an Achromatic+ with a Heliopan IR780 do you think?

    I'm probably going to get out into the desert this weekend and have another play with the Sony A7s, and perhaps I should take the Achromatic+ along with me also?

    Kind regards,


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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    Wow.

    Ray - I'm very intrigued by your comment about the images being predominantly in the IR. I've not really done any astrophotography but the bug is nibbling me.

    Would I get decent results with an Achromatic+ with a Heliopan IR780 do you think?

    I'm probably going to get out into the desert this weekend and have another play with the Sony A7s, and perhaps I should take the Achromatic+ along with me also?

    Kind regards,


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    Hi Gerald,

    Glad that you are impressed with my results!

    Yes, your Achromatic+ would be an excellent choice for this type of thing. The only thing that would beat it is a dedicated cooled astro CCD of the same size, but they can only be used tethered.

    My images are predominantly recorded in the IR because of the spectral response of Kodak's CFA on the CCD. In the visible, you get the usual 1 red, 1 blue, 2 green pixels for each block of 4. So the net sensitivity in red or blue is 25% of what it could be, and 50% in green. Then comes the transition region from visible to IR, between about 650 - 800 nm, where the red pixels still record strongly, while the sensitivity of the green and blue pixels starts to climb again. The IR-block filters on regular backs/cameras transmit almost nothing in that region, so it's a further addition of signal in my case. Finally, in the real IR, past about 800nm, the CFA filters become transparent and every pixel responds equally. This is like quadrupling the sensitivity to that part of the spectrum. In effect, just for those IR wavelengths, I have a cheap Achromatic back with equal light sensitivity to your Achromatic+.

    But your Achromatic+ smokes it in two respects -
    1) Far lower long exposure dark noise, thanks to the eXpose+ tech
    2) Far higher visible light sensitivity (all pixels pick up all wavelenghts; no CFA losses), and somewhat higher in the transition region between about 650 - 800 nm.
    Plus it's a 33% bigger sensor and it has unlimited exposure time (mine has a hard 1 minute limit).

    With a full-spectrum Achromatic camera, you can do things like sequential tricolour imaging with 3 colour filters of your own choice, anywhere in the visible and/or IR; or no filter at all. Narrowband filters centred on nebula emission lines give fascinating and beautiful results. See e.g. Richard Crisp's work - Welcome to narrowbandimaging.com

    Using a red or IR filter like your IR780 does give you a somewhat different view of astronomical objects. The Milky Way is a good target, because its brightest regions consist of mainly older, redder stars which emit more IR; and because all those interstellar dust clouds absorb and scatter light proportional to its wavelength (UV and blue suffers the worst losses, IR the least), so dusty areas of the galaxy look brighter in IR.

    You should definitely give it a shot!

    Ray

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    Lighthouse at Watch Hill Rhode Island this morning under cloudy skies
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    Hungry?
    Try the dinner train and enjoy the Narragansett Bay vistas with your meal
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    Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ380 |

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    Still need to waiting couples months for red leaves there.



    "小"九寨沟 in southern China.

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    Sunrise of Danxia Mountain, China




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    A candid shot from the Dam.. S 35mm CS...
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    Same again.. [email protected]
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    One More while waiting on the Train..
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