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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Hi Pramote:

    I see you're using a 645Z! Any thoughts on the camera you'd like to share? I know you have experience with many systems - maybe more than Guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Hi Pramote:

    I see you're using a 645Z! Any thoughts on the camera you'd like to share? I know you have experience with many systems - maybe more than Guy.

    Regards,

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    Tom...Thanks for your complements! I appreciate you comparing me to a legend

    Photography equipments and guitars are my weakness. My wife stops bugging me long ago. She's probably known I am hopeless I've skipped the sport cars and girls though.

    The 645Z is a great great camera! I've had only 2 lenses (25mm and 55mm) and they're excellent. The 25mm even has a built-in CPL filter. How thoughtful it is!

    It likes a medium-format point and shoot. The camera is as advance as Nikon/Canon SLR. Accessories are so cheap. The wireless remote is like 7 bucks. It makes Phase One DF a shame!

    It's also fantastic for shooting stars and milky ways. The ISO 6400 is useable.

    Love it! Love it!
    (Don't know how to put cartoons in a massage but it will be a clap over the head)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Photography equipments and guitars are my weakness. My wife stops bugging me long ago. She's probably known I am hopeless I've skipped the sport cars and girls though.

    (Don't know how to put cartoons in a massage but it will be a clap over the head)

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    I'm glad you're enjoying the camera; I feel the same way about the 645D. I may have to get a Z for the high ISO however.
    You're fortunate to have an understanding wife. I do too and I also have skipped the cars and girls, but maybe that was a mistake

    Just kidding (in case my wife sees this).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    I love all your art, Pramote, and this one particularly!
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    Thank you very much Bill for your kind words!
    Same here to your work. What a great group we've had here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Tom...Thanks for your complements! I appreciate you comparing me to a legend

    Photography equipments and guitars are my weakness. My wife stops bugging me long ago. She's probably known I am hopeless I've skipped the sport cars and girls though.

    The 645Z is a great great camera! I've had only 2 lenses (25mm and 55mm) and they're excellent. The 25mm even has a built-in CPL filter. How thoughtful it is!

    It likes a medium-format point and shoot. The camera is as advance as Nikon/Canon SLR. Accessories are so cheap. The wireless remote is like 7 bucks. It makes Phase One DF a shame!

    It's also fantastic for shooting stars and milky ways. The ISO 6400 is useable.

    Love it! Love it!
    (Don't know how to put cartoons in a massage but it will be a clap over the head)

    Pramote
    Pramote, you forgot to say how pretty it is...

    Welcome to the club. (Don't speak too well of this camera, Tom is really really trying not to buy one and so far no one is helping him. )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Pramote, you forgot to say how pretty it is...

    Welcome to the club. (Don't speak too well of this camera, Tom is really really trying not to buy one and so far no one is helping him. )
    Thanks Will.
    Well! At least, it's not as ugly as the Mamiya RZ, my all time favorite
    Bet me! Tom will have a hard time resisting. Quality of a sensor (high ISO) and advanced camera features are hard to beat in this price range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Pramote, you forgot to say how pretty it is...

    Welcome to the club. (Don't speak too well of this camera, Tom is really really trying not to buy one and so far no one is helping him. )
    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Thanks Will.
    Well! At least, it's not as ugly as the Mamiya RZ, my all time favorite
    Bet me! Tom will have a hard time resisting. Quality of a sensor (high ISO) and advanced camera features are hard to beat in this price range.
    Yep, resistance is futile; more a question of when rather than if. Right now I'm considering that an A7r or its successor might be more useful to me than a Z. I'm adopting a wait-and-see attitude on the Z

    I don't find the appearance of the Z or D all that bad, but not as pretty as a 645N for sure. One poster (Uaiomex?) described the appearance of the Z as reminiscent of a 1950s Greyhound bus. Ironically, Pentax added the silver embossment to the name on the body, which makes it look like a license plate.

    Will, have you ordered one yet? It's inevitable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Will, have you ordered one yet? It's inevitable.

    Tom
    I am right behind you, Tom...

    Funny thing you mention the "license" plate, that, on purely aesthetics, is the thing I don't like. The black on the D is prettier. But you put a A 35mm lens on the either camera and it does look a bit like a pig. A cuddly, adorable pig, but a pig none the less.

    But back to having fun...

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    Leica S2, 30-90, Lee Big Stoper, 29 sec exposure. Can't decide between the color and the BW version. Shot a Cape Breton.




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    Quote Originally Posted by GMB View Post
    Leica S2, 30-90, Lee Big Stoper, 29 sec exposure. Can't decide between the color and the BW version. Shot a Cape Breton.




    I prefer the color version. Nice cold blue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    I am right behind you, Tom...

    .............. But you put a A 35mm lens on the either camera and it does look a bit like a pig. A cuddly, adorable pig, but a pig none the less.
    Another good reason to put a lens shade on the 35 - a big one.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by GMB View Post
    Leica S2, 30-90, Lee Big Stoper, 29 sec exposure. Can't decide between the color and the BW version. Shot a Cape Breton.




    Very nice - I vote for the color version!! Although maybe tone down the blue stones on the shore a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GMB View Post
    Leica S2, 30-90, Lee Big Stoper, 29 sec exposure. Can't decide between the color and the BW version. Shot a Cape Breton.




    Color for me.. lovely tones..

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    Love that image Pramote....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    Love that image Pramote....
    Thanks very much Vincent for your complement! I truly appreciate it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pemihan View Post
    Very nice Pramote...!
    Did you defish this image in post?

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    Hi Peter,
    I am quite sure I decided not to defish it to keep a feel of the fisheye.
    I really like this lens. It's had a special look. I like to put it on the ground to have an "anteye" view.
    Have a great weekend, my friend!
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    Thanks Pramote, I got the lens together with a bunch of others but really haven's used it yet, but from your images it looks like it's possible can use it as a "normal" wide angle if you use it right.
    BTW, I'm coming to Denver in 10 days. Am driving up to Wyoming for a project I'm working on, but could be fun to meet if possible..
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    The last of summer sun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pemihan View Post
    Thanks Pramote, I got the lens together with a bunch of others but really haven's used it yet, but from your images it looks like it's possible can use it as a "normal" wide angle if you use it right.
    BTW, I'm coming to Denver in 10 days. Am driving up to Wyoming for a project I'm working on, but could be fun to meet if possible..
    Great weekend to you too...
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    Great! See you in Denver. Pramote

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    Lake Erie shore:

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    End of summer on Lake Erie.

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    One of our tomatoes...

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    tsjanik:

    image tells a nice story

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    Pramote, that looks like a painting. It is stunning...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
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    image tells a nice story
    Thanks. I wish it didn't remind me of the Cialis commercials that constantly pop up on TV, that certainly wasn't my intention.
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    Black Cherry?
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    Tom, good call. An amazing little tomato.

    We also have sweet crab apples coming this year.

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    Pramote,

    Here's my version. Mine could be cropped a little better, I guess.

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    Pramote, that looks like a painting. It is stunning...
    Thanks very much my friend for your kind complement! Pramote

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    Here's my version. Mine could be cropped a little better, I guess.

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    Greg... Great atmosphere! I like it. Pramote

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    End of summer on Lake Erie.

    _IGP3670 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    The colors are amazing! What lens was that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    The colors are amazing! What lens was that?

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    Thanks Pramote. 600mm A* is the lens used. The sun was just at the horizon, so the light was quite warm; had you been sitting in one of those chairs you would have seen a fabulous sunset! The dynamic range in this image was very high; the humidity was low for the NE, so little scattered light and the shadows were quite deep, but the 645D files are amazing, I can only imagine what you can do with the 645Z. I've attached the out-of-camera jpeg of this file to illustrate how malleable the RAW files are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Thanks Pramote. 600mm A* is the lens used. The sun was just at the horizon, so the light was quite warm; had you been sitting in one of those chairs you would have seen a fabulous sunset! The dynamic range in this image was very high; the humidity was low for the NE, so little scattered light and the shadows were quite deep, but the 645D files are amazing, I can only imagine what you can do with the 645Z. I've attached the out-of-camera jpeg of this file to illustrate how malleable the RAW files are.
    Thanks very much Tom. Pramote

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