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    Autumn is back, it's been a long year.

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    So Ed, how bad was the zoo at Maroon Bells? I've shot there myself and the photographer crush was ugly at sunrise, perhaps only worse at Mesa Arch or perhaps the bridge view of the watchman at Zion.

    Nice to see the color - time for a quick road trip I think. Here in the PNW it looks like we're heading towards one of those disappointing fall color years as some trees look ugly or are dropping already. Hope I'm wrong.
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    The ruin of an old blast furnace in Lithgow, Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia...

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    So Ed, how bad was the zoo at Maroon Bells? I've shot there myself and the photographer crush was ugly at sunrise, perhaps only worse at Mesa Arch or perhaps the bridge view of the watchman at Zion.

    Nice to see the color - time for a quick road trip I think. Here in the PNW it looks like we're heading towards one of those disappointing fall color years as some trees look ugly or are dropping already. Hope I'm wrong.
    Just arrived last night so I'll know more in an hour but last night was not bad. The place was totally packed with tourists as the annual mountain bike race is going on this weekend.

    Too bad on the PNW color as I am heading out in a couple of weeks. Can always cruise down the coast I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    So Ed, how bad was the zoo at Maroon Bells? I've shot there myself and the photographer crush was ugly at sunrise, perhaps only worse at Mesa Arch or perhaps the bridge view of the watchman at Zion.

    Nice to see the color - time for a quick road trip I think. Here in the PNW it looks like we're heading towards one of those disappointing fall color years as some trees look ugly or are dropping already. Hope I'm wrong.
    Definite pandemonium at the Bells this morning. I'm guessing the weekend had a lot to do with the crowds. I'll make another pass in the morning before leaving town.

    Every other photographer beside yours truly bunched up at the end of maroon lake. I had the west half of the lake to myself. They all wanted the usual composition I guess.

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    Like doesn't quite cover it. It's a genre of imagery from the likes of Michael Kenna and Micheal Levin (that I also shoot a lot of) but this is a great image. I love the subtle tonality of the long exposure here and the pop of the static island.
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    Definite pandemonium at the Bells this morning. I'm guessing the weekend had a lot to do with the crowds. I'll make another pass in the morning before leaving town.

    Every other photographer beside yours truly bunched up at the end of maroon lake. I had the west half of the lake to myself. They all wanted the usual composition I guess.
    Well, hopefully your trip to the PNW will be less cliche'd regarding photo crowds. I was out shooting this weekend and it seems like the early leaf drop is very species specific and indicative of the dry weather (I think we had 57 days without rain and all 80f+) but rain is coming and that'll change everything. The Japanese garden is still very green but that'll change in an instant. Ping me when you're coming up!
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    Like doesn't quite cover it. It's a genre of imagery from the likes of Michael Kenna and Micheal Levin (that I also shoot a lot of) but this is a great image. I love the subtle tonality of the long exposure here and the pop of the static island.
    Thank you Graham, I was not sure, nothing was going on... but sometimes the simplest shots of the simplest situations do work.
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    Some new studio beauty work.. Mola demi with opal glass and 25 degree grid as key and gelled heads with zoom reflectors as backlight.


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    Cephalonia, Ammes. Mamiya 645AFDIII, 300mm/APO, ZD back:


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    Reminds me of something my son would have setup in our home a few years ago. Nice color. Thanks for the visit down memory lane.

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    Superb. I simply have nothing else to say. I am speechless. Congrats.

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    Superb. I simply have nothing else to say. I am speechless. Congrats.
    I agree and this illustrates one of the aspects of this thread I really appreciate: it's pretty much equipment agnostic, it's about the images.

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    Lake Erie one day and then the next.

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    Lake Erie one day and then the next.

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    I feel like I am there Tom!!
    Beautiful image.
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    I feel like I am there Tom!!
    Beautiful image.
    Thanks Darr. This is an image I would love to have stitched to widen the view, the black cloud is streaming *well beyond the image; however, I'm limited to the 35mm on the 645D (for now) and so a single image was all I could do. The water and the clouds were moving so fast that a stitch was impossible.
    How's the Sigma? I haven't gotten a Merrill yet, instead I bought Diglloyd's K-3, but the Merrill is still on my radar - amazing sensor.

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    Thanks Darr. This is an image I would love to have stitched to widen the view, the black cloud is streaming *well beyond the image; however, I'm limited to the 35mm on the 645D (for now) and so a single image was all I could do. The water and the clouds were moving so fast that a stitch was impossible.
    How's the Sigma? I haven't gotten a Merrill yet, instead I bought Diglloyd's K-3, but the Merrill is still on my radar - amazing sensor.

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    * This is the cloud I am referring to:

    Untitled4 copy 3 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    Hey Tom.

    The Merrills are great. I use the SD1 in the studio and the smaller DPMs for outside stuff. I have not had a lot of free time lately to work on projects, but now that the weather here in Florida is getting cooler I look forward to going out and using those Foveon sensors more. Hope the K-3 is inspiring you.

    Your beautiful Lake Erie picture is full of emotion to me.

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    Hi
    On the premise we shoot where we are, shoot what fascinates us.
    Here is Shanghai (old) Puxi.

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    Global and micro contrast increased and saturation decreased. Really with intention of going to B&W but stopped at this point.

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    Cambo AE P45+ HR40W
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    The SPire at Etretat, Normandy, France.

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    OK this is not MF, but Yair's images reminded me of the days when I followed bike racing. The shot attached is so blurry it could have been taken with any camera. Lance Armstrong as he entered Paris in his first (former) Tour victory in 1999. What was such an inspiring moment has since turned sour- still amazing for a cancer survivor.

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    Hi,

    Pretty nice images!

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    Not your typical MF environment but fun nonetheless....
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    Taken with a Pentax 645D in the Ballarat Art Gallery
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    Love those blues....

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    Took a job for my son's product which is an allergy free and bed bug proof mattress cover. The name of the product is CleanRest which features the Micron One fabric
    He hired a mixed martial arts fighter as a model..the theme of the advertisement is to determine who is tougher...the fighter or the mattress cover

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    Hi,

    Here is a picture taken a few days ago I happen to like.

    Technically, it was shot with a Planar 80/2.8 at f/11, four images stacked for DoF in PS.

    The full size image is here: http://echophoto.dnsalias.net/ekr/Ar...CF045636-2.jpg

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    Been a while since I posted here... most of my mediumformat work has not been postabel lately (advertising stuff that cant be published before it has gone public etc etc) But here are a couple from a fun shoot I did recently for a couple of competitors in the extreme sport of "strongman"
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    another

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    Another, this time with the HCD28 oh, and 250kilos of tractor tyre :O


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    A couple of portraits, both wth the HC150n




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    Few images of my son. All taken with Leica S2 + Hassy HC 100/2.2 all WO I like how S2´s CCD sensor renders skin tones. Those images are almost SOOC, just a bit cropped/straightened...















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    It is that season again in New England...



    Time to break the rakes out. Boy, I am glad I don't work in the White Mountain National Forest in NH.
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