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    I thank you for your appreciation

    So here another one from the same spot in Greece



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    Phase One IQ 180/DF/Phase One Macro 120mm
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    Beautiful rich colour in that shot Pramote!

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    Look what I got for Thanksgiving. No, not an ice-cream cone, but a whole lot of snow. That pot is about 24" in diameter. That is what 10–12" of snow does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Beautiful rich colour in that shot Pramote!

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    Thanks very much for your kind words! I really appreciate it.
    I love the mood and color of flower pictures at twilight.

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    I love the OOF areas and colors in this Pramote. Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Look what I got for Thanksgiving. No, not an ice-cream cone, but a whole lot of snow. That pot is about 24" in diameter. That is what 1012" of snow does.
    Your turn Will. At least you can see the pot!
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    I love the OOF areas and colors in this Pramote. Very nice.

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    Much appreciated Tom! Pramote

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    Sunrise on the Bozeman Trail north of Fort Reno, Wyoming with the Pumpkin Buttes in the background.
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    Local vineyards..



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    Nice. I knew that was your 300 M* at f/4 even before I saw the text!
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    Morning

    Another beautiful start to the day here, we're now in polar night so no more seeing the sun until January time but it still gives a nice glow in the sky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Thanks, Tom.

    Mariner's have a generous nature and we were happy for those folk in Buffelo to keep as much as they want. What can I say, we are generous to a fault! But it is never our fault.
    Is making a donation to the San Andreas Foundation being generous to a fault? Just asking …
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    Lake Erie. Yes another sunset, but I never tire of them; always the same, but always different.


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    Phase One P25+/Arca Swiss ML-2/Rodenstock 180mm APO Sirona Digital/Horizontal crop
    I am in an experimental phase of chasing the IQ and it's a lot of fun.
    This is so far the best combination for tech cam stitching, at least for me. I've got the magic feeling of 4x5 back.
    What I like the most about this setup are 617 format simulation and rich color/depth of fat-pixel DB. A bonus, no LCC is allowed!
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    Studio fun - Old Watches



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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Studio fun - Old Watches
    Remarkable. Beautiful machinery, well photographed.
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    Another from Duffey Lake, BC. IQ180/80 mm SK.



    (Whoops - just saw the dust spot!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Another from Duffey Lake, BC. IQ180/80 mm SK.



    (Whoops - just saw the dust spot!)
    I like this one Bill - reminds me of my favourite (i.e. the Scottish highlands)
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    New to MF and new to this forum. Just acquired a Mamiya ZD and took it out for a spin. Love the depth of field from the large sensor

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapier84 View Post
    New to MF and new to this forum. Just acquired a Mamiya ZD and took it out for a spin. Love the depth of field from the large sensor
    Ahh, the Mamiya ZD, I used to own one. Much underrated camera, in my view. Nice size, pity about the poor rear screen but otherwise it is a pity it was never upgraded. Nice shot, good use of DOF.
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    Remarkable. Beautiful machinery, well photographed.
    Thanks. The shot was subject to a measure of post processing, of course. This is the first in an intended series of macro studio shots intended to bring out the beauty of and perhaps fascination with small mechanical objects.
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    Revisited image files I took this past October in The Palouse. I didn't know then however these are some of the last images I'll be taking with the IQ160 as I just upgraded the back to a lightly used IQ180. All were taken with either with the DF or Cambo WRS and a combination of lenses ranging from a Hartblei 45mm to 40HR and a 150mm.

    All files were opened this morning and processed using C1 Pro 8.02 64bit before saving as a Tiff then opened in PS-CC to resize (no cropping done) and adding copyright info then saved as a jpeg.


    DF/IQ160 45mm Hartblei Super-Rotator f/2.8 1/320 ISO 200


    DF/IQ160 45mm Hartblei Super-Rotator f/2.8 1/160 ISO 50

    DF/IQ160 45mm Hartblei Super-Rotator f/8 1/160 ISO 50


    DF/IQ160 150mm f/.5 1/160 ISO 50


    DF/IQ160 150mm f/5 1/160 ISO 50


    DF/IQ160 150mm f/5 1/160 ISO 50


    Cambo WRS/IQ160 40HR f/8 1/60 ISO 50


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    Welcome rapier84 to the forum! Nice DOF on your shot Looking forward to see more pictures from Mamiya ZD..
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    Thanks all for the welcome, appreciate it

    Yes, the ZD is a great piece of machinery to use. Relatively compact for MF, but certainly a beast compared to my other camera! (GH4)

    Pity about the screen and interface, I shoot it more or less like a film system. With a more up to date interface and better on board processing to maximise that big sensor, it should be a good fight between this and the Pentax

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


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    Something about this says 1950's: the B&W, the grain, the sepia, a two lane highway; it captures an earlier time. Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Something about this says 1950's: the B&W, the grain, the sepia, a two lane highway; it captures an earlier time. Very nice.
    Thanks very much Tom for your complement! Pramote

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    Something to chew on...



    and from our garden...

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    My IQ180 arrived about an hour ago. I decided to take it on a spin using my DF and 55LS. f2.8 1/100 ISO 35. This replaces my IQ160. And yes, I'm very happy!!!!!!



    By the way, this isn't a crop...
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    Something to chew on...


    and from our garden...



    LOL. Squirrels?

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    Evening

    Heading home and I thought I'd give the Leica another crack at the northern lights.

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    Storm season in Sydney... 645Z plus 25mm f4DA lens - three shot pano with cropping...

    [IMG]PanoFromFiles_IMG8865And68And71Step9sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, SpiffingPics (1/4million views -thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    LOL. Squirrels?
    It might be a combination of chipmunks and birds. We don't have many squirrels.

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    A bridge connecting two structures at Sheremetyevo international airport.
    Pentax 645Z and 55mm 2.8 @f/6.3, ISO 100, handheld stitch from two shots. Shot it in a hurry on the way from my flight! It's my custom to always take a shot of this scene with any new gear I buy overseas.

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    Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ380 |

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    Same place, next morning, a bit later. The sun simply refused to come out, and it is not every day that I am here This one is with the IQ280, 90MM stitched
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    Same place, next morning, a bit later. The sun simply refused to come out, and it is not every day that I am here This one is with the IQ280, 90MM stitched
    Just my opinion, but I like the hazy early-morning atmosphere of this shot better than the first one, and I'm not sure if the addition of the sun would have necessarily made it better. Bottom-left corner might be a tad dark, makes the image feel heavier on that side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kolor-Pikker View Post
    Just my opinion, but I like the hazy early-morning atmosphere of this shot better than the first one, and I'm not sure if the addition of the sun would have necessarily made it better. Bottom-left corner might be a tad dark, makes the image feel heavier on that side.
    Thanks for the feedback, good points. You may be right about the sun (and the dark corner), it just that I had a different shot in mind. Had a day to shoot, not a single ray of sun, not to mention the Christmas vending tents all over the city...
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    Hi awolf,

    I must agree with Pikker as regards the left bank in the second image. I prefer the framing in the first.

    I think the first one looks more "festive", with its brighter lights.

    Like both of them. Very nice.

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    Afternoon.

    Grabbed another quick shot this morning, more beautiful light but the days are getting pretty short now, only a couple of hours of lighter skies.

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