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    One more.. This looks a little overexposed but it's just the compression, it's just right in reality.

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    A wise man once said: "when you don't have time to take a great photo, take a photo of your dog."
    Oh wait, never mind, that was just me who said it.

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    Mamiya AFDIII, ZD back various lenses:



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    Gear Porn (mostly Contax 645 AF)

    To cheer up in preparation for another Monday here we go with some nice gear porn.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Remnants of pilings near the entrance of the Erie canal.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    A couple of weeks ago, Michael Frye posted that it was a "good year for Dogwoods" in Yosemite so I went there for a couple of days last week. He was right, they were looking very nice.

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    Another stunning Sydney morning provided me with the opportunity to fulfil a dream - being above low lying fog with the Harbour Bridge arcing above it.

    Pentax 645Z plus 55mm DFA lens.

    [IMG]_IMG0723Step9CropSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (300k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    645Z plus 6x7 75mm f2.8 AL lens

    [IMG]_IMG0725Step4sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (300k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    [IMG]_IMG0736Step7sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (300k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]Back to the 55mm DFA lens:
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    Ed Hurst, www.spiffingpics.com
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    No more ice. Lupine in a spring rain:

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    Some other scenes taken on the same occasion. This one with 645Z plus 25mm f4 DA.

    [IMG]_IMG0717Step4sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (300k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Same camera and lens combo

    [IMG]_IMG0751Step4sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (300k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    645Z plus 150mm f2.8 FA

    [IMG]_IMG0760Step8CropSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (300k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Ed Hurst, www.spiffingpics.com
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    Back to 55mm f2.8 DFA

    [IMG]_IMG0770Step6sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (300k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Great work Ed.

    That Opera House shot is stunning.

    Just out of curiosity are you on top of the AXA building?? I'm trying to guess where you are based on what is around you.
    Stop chasing gear, start chasing photos instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogs857 View Post
    Great work Ed.

    That Opera House shot is stunning.

    Just out of curiosity are you on top of the AXA building?? I'm trying to guess where you are based on what is around you.

    Thanks Dogs! Glad you like it. I am afraid I can't say where these are taken from. But let's just say that it's a building in the Circular Quay area ;-)

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    By the way, I would really appreciate any views about which of the Harbour Bridge fog shots people prefer. Personally I like the first one I posted best - because the fog really does seem like an ocean around the bridge, which was the weird effect I was going for. But some people seem to like the one where the fog has nearly dissipated, but lingering on in patches.

    Any views?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    By the way, I would really appreciate any views about which of the Harbour Bridge fog shots people prefer. Personally I like the first one I posted best - because the fog really does seem like an ocean around the bridge, which was the weird effect I was going for. But some people seem to like the one where the fog has nearly dissipated, but lingering on in patches.

    Any views?
    Number 2 for me Ed.
    The tighter crop does it for this picture. And I prefer the more fog shots over less fog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    By the way, I would really appreciate any views about which of the Harbour Bridge fog shots people prefer.

    Any views?
    No2
    No 1, you know the area, to an outsider the lights lower LHS are a distraction, and yes the bridge floats but looks like it's disconnected. In 2 the road up to the bridge is just distinct enough and the lights not distracting. Both 3 & 4 the buildings bottom LHS, they may "place" the shot for you but for an outsider they are "clutter" and unbalance the shot. I can see a case for 4 if seen on its own but if up against 2 no.
    Just my opinion, for whatever that is worth. I often get more "views" and "faves" on my Flickr for shots I rate lower than my first tier.
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    Dogs and Chris - thanks so much for your feedback. I must say that, on reflection, I agree with you that #2 is the best of the bridge/fog shots.

    Really appreciate you taking the time...

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    Ed,

    No. 2 for me as well. No distractions with the buildings and lights in the foreground. Love them all, though.

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    Thanks everyone for the feedback - I agree :-)

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    Morning!

    Found a spot yesterday with some potential, grabbed a couple of quick shots but will return for sure.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    By the way, I would really appreciate any views about which of the Harbour Bridge fog shots people prefer. Personally I like the first one I posted best - because the fog really does seem like an ocean around the bridge, which was the weird effect I was going for. But some people seem to like the one where the fog has nearly dissipated, but lingering on in patches.

    Any views?
    Number 2 with the 75mm for me as well!
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    Ed Hurst - not having been to Australia ever, where do you take these photos? Are you on some mountains, or in buildings, or flying?

    They are wonderful shots!

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    Bit of a funny story, but I took this shot to test how bracketing works on the 645Z, yet I ended up only using the middle exposure, which I discovered wasn't clipping anywhere in Lightroom. The only real difference to the HDR was that shadows seem slightly more grainy when peeping at 100%. I really need to try and find something that can challenge this camera's DR.



    For reference the original exposure: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...G1829_orig.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardman View Post
    Ed Hurst - not having been to Australia ever, where do you take these photos? Are you on some mountains, or in buildings, or flying?

    They are wonderful shots!
    Thanks for liking them - much appreciated. They are taken from a building, using a location that is not publicly accessible. I can't be more specific - honouring a commitment made to someone who helped me.
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    Morning

    Pretty spectacular day here yesterday, first big storm of the year which was followed by a beautiful foggy calm evening.

    Managed to capture a couple of Canada Geese flying in low and fast over the river.

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    Storm in full flow, loving how the ice on the river was just glowing.

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    And finally after the drama, nice bit of fog rolled in.

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    My apprentice:
    Fuji GF670 Portra 400 exposed at 200


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    You lucky dog!

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    Really loving the new IQ150 back in the studio as well lately..


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    Mamiya AFDIII, ZD Back, 55mm:

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    Afternoon!

    The spring melt is fully underway here, the river across the road from my house is starting to get nice and full.

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    Crosspost from Leica thread... here are some family portraits with Leica S2 + Hasselblad HC 100/2.2 hope you enjoy

















    ..and this one with Summarit S-35/2.5 wide open from opposite place looking at previous pictures..



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    Great family shots Marek, the little guy is growing quick!

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    Thx Mat! Iam trying to capture moments like these as you wrote hes growing fast and I dont want to miss those moments. It reminds me to backup photos on other HDDs. Backing-up data is not my strenght My friend lost his pictures 3 years back! after a HDD crash last month.
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    First shots. Unfortunately couldn't do any landscape as a storm system was moving in and wiped out the light. Now these are nothing great just a couple of test shots. Rental ALPA SWA, 72 APO Digitar, P45+. First one is of a fisherman.
    I call the second one "Signs of the times", at least on our little island! It was handheld and trial and error since I don't have a viewfinder. Processing just fine in ACR - I'm using my old Leica M8 settings! Judge for yourself.
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    Finally, spring! Our plum trees are the first to blossom in arrival of the season.

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    Morning

    Pretty miserable here today, feels like a black and white day for sure!

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    Some from this morning. ALPA SWA, 72 APO Digitar, P45+.
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    Hasselblad 501cm 80mm Planar P20 C1v7


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    Buffalo was a center of shipping and steel, now it's becoming a major center of solar manufacturing. This image has the last traces of of Bethlehem steel and recently erected wind generators.

    IMGP1048 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Mamiya AFDIII, ZD back, 120mm and 200 APO:



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    Having a bit of a shoot fest as I'm thinking of swopping backs and trying to convince myself I will gain "something" if I do.

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    645z and 28-45 mm lens, @28 mm ISO 12800 20 sec



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    Outer Banks of NC. EXIF in border.


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