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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Here's a few from a recent trip to Arizona - AFD III and P45+.
    The moonset was 300 mm f22 1/2 sec ISO 400.
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Nice photos Bill! That sure is one fancy cactus....

    Here are a few more from my trip out East back in March...I am slow with digital processing...film is much easier for me!









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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Great images guys, keep them coming!
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Mamiya 645 & 80/1.9 with Aptus 75s (wide open). Shot with Nikon 900SB flash on camera



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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Jim, nice image.

    Did you do any post in PS like vignetting or was it as shot?

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Here's a couple from sunny Cornwall... the second one is the door of the local camera dealership! Nothing very original but hey ho, they're bright!

    Both P45+ at F16 with Schneider 35XL 1/4 second ISO 50 and 1 second ISO100. Focus was with a tape measure! I followed Jack's advice of testing the lens to see if the scale marking were accurate and they are, very, so this method of focussing works. The shots are scary sharp across the frame but they had to be jpegged a lot to get them on here so it's kinda lost.

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    Hui, I hope you didn't buy your P45+ in that shop!
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by carstenw View Post
    Hui, I hope you didn't buy your P45+ in that shop!
    Nope, but I have ordered an S2 from them! They have low overheads, as you can see...

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    I wasn't sure where to post these images from my Monument Valley and Canyon de Chelly trip, since I know that Don Libby has posted both here and at the Sunset Bar below some of our follies....

    I've been back just over a week, but have been busy, so this is the first time today that I really got to pull some images from the Phase P65+ using Sensor+ technology. Although shooting in full resolution is really what this back is about, having the flexibility to shoot faster has its advantages. The wind and weather in Canyon de Chelly---well, it blew. And blew hard.....

    Original image shot at f/9, 1/180th, 800 iso (Sensor+). 75-150 on Phase 645AF.
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    tim. i like them; if originality were the measure, think of all the cat shots that wouldn't hold up



    ken
    absolutely beautiful shot, painterly

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    Thanks john. Crashed and burned last night--bad BBQ? Or just ate too much. Still stumbling around this morning.....

    Another from Canyon de Chelly. This is from the "hidden" slot canyon that Don and I were so lucky to visit. We were told we were only the third "non-navajo" ever to see this place.... Would be aother neat GetDPI workshop location... It was dark in there! Couldn't wait for mid-day sun as I had a plane to catch... These and similar will make it onto the blog, but thought folks here would be interested in the Sensor+ shots.

    Phase 645AF, P65+, Mamiya 35mm, iso 800 (Sensor+), f/8 at 4 seconds.
    Last edited by kdphotography; 2nd March 2010 at 20:25.

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    Leaf digital with mamiya glass. Something from South Africa, to cheer guy up.
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Guy's a fan of South Africa? I didn't knoww.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephengilbert View Post
    Guy's a fan of South Africa? I didn't knoww.
    Hell, I'm a fan of South Africa now.

    Very nice image.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Shot these twin sisters for a fashion ad today. Still work in progress. 80mm PQS lens on Rollei 6008AF/Sinar eMotion54LV, ISO 50, f8 (focus bracketing)


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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Graham- really nice image and lighting. Just wish the twin on the left had some vibrancy in her pose. She looks a little pissed off and tired of standing there.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Ken, really nice slot shot!

    Finepix, GORGEOUS shot, nice lighting with good processing, and the model didn't hurt things a bit either!

    Graham, very nice composition!
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by jmvdigital View Post
    Graham- really nice image and lighting. Just wish the twin on the left had some vibrancy in her pose. She looks a little pissed off and tired of standing there.
    Have to agree the left model is just not working. Maybe a different shot
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    Appreciate the feedback. Will see if there's a better shot. These were amateur models chosen by client, not so easy to work with

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    I know that one all to well. It's really tough when they have no clue on how to move
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    I like the "look" on the model on the left -- to me it is as though she sees her twin as prettier, and that adds tension to the shot.
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    Ok, have updated the file. She looks a bit happier (and prettier) now
    (will repost because original is back one page)


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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    I like this look

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Graham, I like this one more too. This first was a bit stern for me.

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    Much better . She loosened up some in this one. BTW love the light
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    Wanted to work a little outside my comfort zone so worked this image into a b&w with what turned out be a heck of a lot of layers. I also wanted it to be on the "dark" side; not so much the actual brightness but an attempt to convey foreboding.

    Anyway, Phase AFD, P45+ and 28mm lens, shot f/12 @1.0 ISO 50





    Graham - The second image is much better; I like the light, shadows, and the second twin.

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    Looks nice Don
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Creek View Post
    Wanted to work a little outside my comfort zone so worked this image into a b&w with what turned out be a heck of a lot of layers. I also wanted it to be on the "dark" side; not so much the actual brightness but an attempt to convey foreboding.



    Don,

    Is that a flashlight doodle in the lower right???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Don,

    Is that a flashlight doodle in the lower right???
    Jack,

    My signature has been called many thing but never a flashlight doodle. I used to tell folks that couldn't read the signature that my name and badge # was also printed on the ticket....

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    Dude, we need to have a talk... There is some serious psychology going on when your signature is two circles with two more little circles binding those together!

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    Jack,

    He used to sign with an "x"

    (But you know how it is when its all x's and o's.....)


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    Looks like a ghost of a diamondback once resided there. Need to switch the tobacco in that peace pipe. LOL
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    So, now is my photographic winter officially over!
    No more winter pictures. No more blue fingers and feet without any feeling left in the toes and ears that has frozen to ice. I will not miss it!

    But some were in the middle of July I will be bored to death with hard light an hopeless contrast, cursing the mosquitos and beginning to look forward to the next winter...

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    Ray, VERY nice image!
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    Ray, excellent image.

    Kudos on the winter sentiment, but the Smoky's should be pretty sweet when I arrive late this week.

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    Jack and Ed, thanks for your comments!
    They warmed my frozen ears
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Actually, the first official day of summer in Iceland is Thursday. But it was a very Icelandic day -- we had lots of sun, rain, hale and more sun. Temperature went from 38 to 48....there is still light in the sky at 11:00pm now, albeit very faint and only in the clouds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    So, now is my photographic winter officially over!
    No more winter pictures. No more blue fingers and feet without any feeling left in the toes and ears that has frozen to ice. I will not miss it!

    But some were in the middle of July I will be bored to death with hard light an hopeless contrast, cursing the mosquitos and beginning to look forward to the next winter...

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    Love that Ray, simple and pure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdphotography View Post
    Thanks john. Crashed and burned last night--bad BBQ? Or just ate too much. Still stumbling around this morning.....

    Another from Canyon de Chelly. This is from the "hidden" slot canyon that Don and I were so lucky to visit. We were told we were only the third "non-navajo" ever to see this place.... Would be aother neat GetDPI workshop location... It was dark in there! Couldn't wait for mid-day sun as I had a plane to catch... These and similar will make it onto the blog, but thought folks here would be interested in the Sensor+ shots.

    Phase 645AF, P65+, Mamiya 35mm, iso 800 (Sensor+), f/8 at 4 seconds.
    That's one of the finest slot shots I ever saw - really scintillating!

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    This shot is NOT medium format, it's a relic of a trip to Kansas last summer with my Canon 1DsIII. I just like this board so much, I figured you guys would forgive my misstep in order to fulfill the greater good of sharing work.

    I found this juxtaposition to be a rather interesting look at our industrial side. In the foreground are the railroad tracks that carry the corn and supplies to and from factories. The middle landscape is corn that we use to feed cattle and produce energy via ethanol. In the distance is a factory that uses both of these elements. And all around is an otherwise peaceful hot day in rural Kansas.

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    40 lashes Justin . LOL

    Nice image
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    I like the 70's color treatment.
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    Nice fine art representation in this image.

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    My take on the popular Cedar Falls in Central Arkansas.

    2 image stitch, P45, P1 645, 55-110mm, polarizer.

    I'll probably head back in a few weeks for another take with more leaves. In this version I liked the water flow and sparse leaf coverage. They give a good sense of space and curving bluff line.


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    a vertical pano; rollei 6008/P20/ 40mm

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    Wow, incredible perspective.

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    Can I play too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    a vertical pano; rollei 6008/P20/ 40mm
    I imagine there's a lot of detail to see in a large print of this. Nice.

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    Scott, VERY nice composition and processing!
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