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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
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    Mamiya AFDIII, ZD back, 35mm:

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    How Canada Geese cope with cold temperatures. I have yet to capture a shot of these guys in their heat-saving pose that I am happy with, but they always make me appreciate a warm house.

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    After chasing around the city trying to find a location suitable for the forecast fog, it didn't materialise. Fortunately, this happened instead:

    [IMG]PanoFromFiles_IMG5943-60(AllFiles)Step9CropSMALL by Ed Hurst, SpiffingPics (1/4million views -thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]PanoFromFiles_IMG5911and14and17and20and23and26Step 7sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, SpiffingPics (1/4million views -thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]_IMG5986Step4sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, SpiffingPics (1/4million views -thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Afternoon.

    Beautiful here this morning, went on to the lake to photograph a pressure ridge that is building up.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Really nice light
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    This is what 17,000 people per square kilometer looks like:

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    Will,

    Is that a lot or a little? It's 27,000 where I live...

    --Matt

    (OK, I did some research, and it's a lot. Manhattan is an outlier )

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    Will, this is the Andalusian version from southern Spain


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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Will,

    Is that a lot or a little? It's 27,000 where I live...

    --Matt

    (OK, I did some research, and it's a lot. Manhattan is an outlier )
    Your buildings are taller...

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    Mat and Dan - amazing light on those shots!

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    My first (misfocused) shot with my new aptus-II 6 from a campaign shoot in Joshua Tree, CA. Literally picked this back up from fellow member PSon around 8AM and started shooting by 11!
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    Morning, here's another from yesterday, amazing light.

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    Mamiya AFDIII, ZD back, 35mm:



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    Oiwa Inari Tamia shrine in Tokyo.

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    Mamiya AFDIII, ZD back, 120mm and 300mm APO:

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    P30+
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    Smiley face on binoculars at Niagara Falls:

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    Morning!

    Not a great shot as I only had 2 minutes between clients yelling at me to help them but a great sky and I love using the Leica out of its comfort zone!

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    I am really enjoying the new IQ150 back with my H2 and 100 f2.2..

    Golden hour shot:


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    645Z and 55 DFA:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    I am really enjoying the new IQ150 back with my H2 and 100 f2.2..

    Golden hour shot:


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    Rick! Haha what's up dude.

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    Mamiya AFDIII, ZD back, 35mm:

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    Few pictures of my son last week with Leica S2 and Hassy HC 100/2.2..













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    Quote Originally Posted by aCIDfire View Post
    Wow. And you even have a picture of him saying his first word--"Mine!"

    (You thought it would be "daddy.")
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    Winter has been a real ordeal this year, so I looked at some summer shots rather than venturing outside into freezing rain. I really like this image, but it had been overlooked . I find that I don't spend as much time evaluating digital images as I did with film. Too many? Too little restraint in pressing the shutter?
    It's bacteria or fungi or something growing at the site of water seepage in a shale cliff.

    _IGP3558 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Tokyo landscape. If you went back to this spot one hundred years ago, except for the water and sky, nothing in the photograph, including the land, would be there.

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    Just a test of the 60 Distagon I am renting. Tri-X ISO 1600 (why 1600? Because I was taking some very dark indoor scenes earlier) with Diafine. Pretty sweet...


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    Afternoon

    Quick grab shot out of the car window, it's great having reindeer wandering about!

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    Mamiya AFDIII, ZD back, 120mm:



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    Moon Over Rat Rock:


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    Outtake from last weekend shooting for Reef. I'm still trying to get used to medium format digital and utilizing it in my workflow.
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    A couple of hours ago. Stitched from two images shot with Sonnar 180/4 at f/11.

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    A row of tiny prison cells serves as the back drop to this section of the Ai Weiwei #aiweiweialcatraz exhibit. Each cell contains a stool where the visitor may sit, and listen to the words or music from the political prisoner. This cell belongs to Lolo, whose song "Raise the Tibetan Flag, Children of the Snowland" caused the arrest of this young musician in 2012.


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    Beacon Fell, Lancashire UK.

    A beacon on this fell has been recorded as early as 1002 and it formed part of a chain of beacons to warn of the approach of the Spanish Armada in 1588.









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    Winter can be hard:

    IMGP0451 by tsjanik47, on Flickr

    *Technical notes: very heavy crop from my newly acquired 645Z, using a very sharp 400mm FA. I think the AF needs some adjustment on this body. My 645D required no focus adjustment for any of my FA lenses, not the case here.
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    Congratulations Tom on your new purchase. You've put it to great use already. Now its my turn to be jealous. I've been thinking of just such a purchase as a focusing aid for my *67 300mm and 645 FA 400mm. Funds are tight so I will have to wait. I will be interested in your thoughts on the Z as you use it more (and also pics).

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Thursday nights full moon. A full apogee moon. It's a mini or micro moon - either the Lenten Moon, or Crow Moon, or Worm Moon, or Sap Moon (as when the sap starts flowing). Didn't realize until I wanted to caption it, that it was the smallest full moon of the year and the second smallest full moon until 2030 something. I haven't been confident with my longer lenses. I'm usually using them right at the cusp of the day and in the "bad" shutter speed zones because of the light level. Because of the low light, I've had trouble accurately focussing them. I had good results about two weeks ago with my 67* 300mm and have decided to give it a more concerted effort. I had about given up with the 645 400mm AF lens thinking it a big dud. I'm still not sure but this was taken with the 400mm.

    I used TPE (The Photographers Ephemeris) to figure out my shooting location, and it was spot on. So much so, that the moon actually started rising directly behind the lighthouse and I didn't notice it at first.

    I've done several images of this lighthouse this winter, and may post some of those sometime.

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    Morning

    More reindeer this morning, edge of the forest.

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    And one for Alan from the river!

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    From a beach shoot today. noticed some moire in the swim top :/
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    Branch, Gong Qing Park, Shanghai

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    Deleted, Double Posted, Sorry!!!

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    Woman's Day - Hassleblad+80mm
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