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    Morning

    Just messing around with a black and white conversion of a shot from yesterday, not convinced it works though.

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    Mamiya AFDIII, ZD back, 35 and 120mm:



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    Here's something I have been messing around with for a while, I live near a very big waterfall and I am always looking at different ways to capture it or parts of it. These look less impressive this size but printed big they look great.



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    Thanks, Tom and Malina.

    I agree that a comparison with the 105 f/2.4 would be interesting. I had both briefly, but sold off my 105 with the 110 Planar on hand. I found the 110 to be more dependable, with less flare, more punch out of camera...but would need to really do more to test...
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    Stunning Pramote. Well done
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    Here's one from last fall. Its fun to do something like this every now and again.

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    Reflection of spruce tree in Miners River. Shot through a large fallen pine tree with the hanging branches looking like separate trees. The photo is flipped upside down.
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    Flinders Street railway station
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    Melbourne CBD Arca Factum HR23mm Credo50
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanNi View Post
    The Twelve Apostles
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    Ryan - this one in particular is beautiful! I know how tricky it is to get good light there (and to balance it with detail where it matters). Congrats!

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    645z and Zeiss 110 f/2 planar
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    Spiffing Pramote!

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    I haven't had the time to post in this thread in a long while for a number of reasons, which is a bit of a shame, but here are some views of Moscow to fix that. All shot with 645Z and 55/2.8

    The Patriarch


    Hotel Pekin


    House of architects


    And someplace nice and quiet
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    Spring sunset..



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    i always wanted to do a fun photoshooting with my friend and colleague gerardo, as he has such a character head.

    after a few minutes the topic was afro and whiskey
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    Spring arrives in NE North America. Ice along the shore of Lake Erie begins its retreat.

    _IGP6014 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Tom, your "spring" does not look too different from my "spring." Gotta contact Webster's and have them work on the definition. More of a slinky than a spring.

    My garden:



    Windy too...

    Just looked outside. It is snowing--got about three inches so far. I will not get depressed, I will not get depressed, I will not get...
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    Hold on. Warmth is on the way. 62 here today.

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    That is nice, Tom. but I was thinking outside...

    At least we have spring indoors. Our sage is in bloom.

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    Morning!

    I had a quick test shoot with a local girl yesterday, just a few shots to see how she feels as she has never had her photograph taken before. Went well, I think we can do some creative stuff over the next few months.

    Here's a simple straight forward single light shot, the S makes a very nice black and white file.

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    And here's one with wide open with the 100 f2, nice.

    Hopefully something a little more exciting to show in a few weeks.

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    And another from a couple of nights ago, shooting a recording session, crap light in a dark room but I quite like the feel of this.

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    Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Moscow



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    HC 100 f2.2 Natural Light W/ p45+


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    A picture that comes from the heart. 2015 is centenary of the Gallipoli landings - a massively significant event in the history of Australia, New Zealand and Turkey. As a result, this year's Anzac Day will see particularly poignant remembrance. This picture was taken at the war memorial in Sydney. Somehow the stars remind me of the transience of us all and the permanence of the sacrifice some people make. The people in the Gallipoli campaign would have gazed upon the same stars. The modern city has grown up around the memorial (and, no doubt, will change massively in the years to come). Yet the same stars gaze down, the same memorial stands guard and the same significance revolves around people's sacrifices.


    [IMG]PanoFromFiles_(StarTrailsFromFiles994-1793)And2853And2857And2871Step7CropSMALL by Ed Hurst, SpiffingPics (1/4million views -thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]

    Pentax 645Z plus 25mm f4 DA lens.
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    645z (300 mm)



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    [IMG]_IMG9178Step14sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, SpiffingPics (1/4million views -thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]

    Pentax 645Z with 35mm f3.5A lens and a very lucky opportunity to be in a special place on an amazing evening!
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    Under Construction (forever)


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    Some nice alleyways
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    It was a dark and stormy night and the moon was shining bright...
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    Bored at night.

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    Hi,

    Today, a few minutes from office…



    Distagon 40/4 FLE, Hasselblad 555/ELD with P45+ back and some processing.

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    It was a dark and stormy night and the moon was shining bright...
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    Magical Pramote. As much as I like traditional landscapes, I like abstractions like this even more.

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    I've been inspired by the works of Michael Kenna for their simplicity and tranquility.

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    Testing Mamiya C 80/1.9 N which I have for sale on marketplace, not sure if I´d rather keep it I shoot mostly with Hassy 100/2.2 but this little gem has it´s own magic wide open



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    645Z plus 25mm f4DA lens - a picture that taught me that it is actually possible to retrieve a memory card from three days spent in sea water, and still get files off it!:

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    645Z plus 25mm f4DA lens - a picture that taught me that it is actually possible to retrieve a memory card from three days spent in sea water, and still get files off it!:
    I daren't ask ...
    Ylem ...
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    I am still too traumatised to tell the story - I'll PM you!

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