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    "Spirit"


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    645Z plus 45-85 f4.5FA

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    Sunday morning..

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    Another version of SCT Johann Church in the Dolomites. Previous version clipped the mountain peaks. Alpa STC, Credo 50, Schneider 150mm Digitar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Glad to see that the 645M is working out for you. There's something to be said about even the 'old' tech massive bit buckets and the colour.
    True! I appreciate the input I got here on getdpi before I made the purchase.

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    An example of chromatic aberration (lateral).

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    From last year:

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    Tokyo, Japan. The river you see, the Zenpukujigawa (-gawa is the suffix for river), disappears into a subterranean channel at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    An example of chromatic aberration (lateral).
    Tom, there is a "Like" button and a "Thank" button on your post. Neither seem appropriate. Maybe a "That is a picture" button is needed?
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    Hasselblad H5D50 with 50-110mm lens at 110mm...4 image pano
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    Afternoon

    I'm really loving this 180mm, very quick handheld shot from this morning, great bokeh.

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    From a Engagement Session at Rock Glen Conservation Area in South Western Ontario.
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    Mamiya AFD, Sekor 1.9/80mm, Kodak Pro Back 645M.


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    The garden...

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    Some unforecast fog this morning. I wasn't ready at all - having a morning without a camera in fact. So, by the time I saw what was going on, completed an errand, rushed home, got the camera, went out again, etc. etc., it was probably past its best. Not bad, but an hour earlier, it would (I think) have been special. Oh well...

    Pentax 645Z with 6x7 300mm f4EDIF and 645 1.4x converter:

    [IMG]_IMG6346Step4sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Pentax 645Z plus 25mm f4 DA lens:

    [IMG]_IMG4686Step6sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Afternoon

    Had a few issues with security here in Mali over the last week but braved a trip out of the house today and down to the Niger river.

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    Another...

    Kids.

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    Bit quiet here, everybody busy I hope!

    I'm not so busy, it's 45 degrees here and unpleasant.

    Anyway, here's a shot of a bridge here that I really like, quick b&w conversion really appeals to me.

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    Just getting a handle on the P45+, it seems more sensitive to WB changes than my P20 so I went for a table top shot for some stability of conditions and colours.



    120mm f4 Makro planar CF on H1 with adapter
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    From a Burano Italy Series.... Alpa STC, Phase IQ180 Schneider 100mm Digitar.
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    Venice Italy...... Alpa STC, IQ180, Schneider 60mm Digitar.
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    I have just published a photo book on Tokyo, a type of history of the city told through the landscape. This is an outtake from that project. I liked the image, it was just one of the many that were cut.
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    Pentax 645Z plus 120mm f4 A lens:

    [IMG]StarTrailsFrom_IMG4694-6093Step7sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Crop from a frame taken with 645Z plus 6x7 75mm f2.8AL lens

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    Similar shot, uncropped this time

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    645Z plus 25mm f4 DA lens and 10 stop ND filter

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    645Z plus 25mm f4 DA plus 64x ND

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    Same technical details

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    645Z plus 6x7 75mm f2.8AL and big stopper

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    This is from a project I did a while back. I had 30 minutes to shoot nine poets and get them to write something. I then needed to make and print 40" posters which were hung during a poetry festival--the nights a particular poet was reading, the poster would go up. This was shot on a p25+ on a Linholf cs679 view camera. Not cropped. A bit different from my usual work, but fun.
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    Hey this is great work in my opinion - you have really used the medium in a way that harmonises with the subjects -

    Really terrific.

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    Here is something just to maintain a range of different approaches to photography.

    "Tipping Point"

    A metaphor for the many forces which change the landscape ion which we live in one way or another.




    Images taken at Broken Head - Northern New South Wales, Australia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post


    I have just published a photo book on Tokyo, a type of history of the city told through the landscape. This is an outtake from that project. I liked the image, it was just one of the many that were cut.
    A nice image of the way it was and as it is now.
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    Guillin China - P25, Hasselblad 503CM, 50mm Distagon
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    Morning

    I love the vehicles out here, amazing that any of them run. This one looks to have briefly given up.



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    Another, one careful owner and needs a clean but otherwise, perfect.

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    645Z plus 45-85 FA f4.5 lens @ 85mm

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    Pretty pleased with this one in terms of my masochistic tendency to make things difficult for myself. Rather than using a full frame 35mm DSLR, this was taken with the 645Z plus a 6x7 300mm EFID f4 lens with mount adaptor and 1.4x teleconverter handheld; manual focus lens.

    [IMG]_IMG6598_FromRAW by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Ditto...

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    [IMG]_IMG6613_FromRAW by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    These colours are the reason why I made the Kodak investment so many years ago and started me on the precipitous plummet into Dante's MF digital inferno. To my eye, this is as good as film.

    The 80/1.9 is a special lens too - it's our MF noctilux and so overlooked.

    Excellent portfolio Peter ... I think that you'll enjoy the square format of the 645M and Kodak/Leaf raw files. It's a very cost effective way into medium format digital so long as you are blessed with a good indestructible back.


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    Ylem ...
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    Overlooked?! The reappearing hype, only a couple of weeks ago, made me pick a cheap one up at Pemihan


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    Yesterday morning early, the commute to work.

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    Another, getting ready for market.

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    Taken in 2007 and would be almost impossible now because of overgrowth..... H2, P45, 150mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Yesterday morning early, the commute to work.

    This one is magical Mat. I must ask: why do you spend the winter in northern Sweden and summer in the tropics? The reverse might be easier.

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    Thanks Tom!

    Mainly it's stupidity! Actually I love the extremes, I call the North home and the winters are amazing, I make a good living there from photography but I also get offered lots of interesting assignments and jump at anything that involves seeing something a bit different. Next week I'm flying in to Northern Mali to record the training of UN troops, shame the training happens in close to 50 degrees temps but I wouldn't miss the opportunity. When I get home, Sweden will be relaxing and wonderful and I will be glad to be home, for a while anyway!

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    Patterns:

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    Well here is a second image within the last week - and I have hardly posted a photo in the last six months - well I have this engineering obsession as well as a photography compulsion - and I have spent pretty much every day since Christmas in my home workshop - but today we are heading off on a field trip for a couple of months - the camera/s is packed and the tripod -

    So this is a sort of celebratory post - the lathe is mothballed and the camera is waiting. Thanks for looking.


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    Dead Horse Point, Utah, is one my favorite spots on the Colorado Plateau.

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    Favorite woman, favorite tree . . . Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by cerett View Post
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ID:	93616Dead Horse Point, Utah, is one my favorite spots on the Colorado Plateau.
    Pretty sure I'm not going to find a landscape as overwhelming as this in Australia - maybe I will have to visit the States some time.

    Have friends in Colorado - mmmmm.


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    After several attempts, managed to nail a shot of Barrenjoey Lighthouse in morning fog - conditions that occur quite often at this time of year.

    645Z plus 120mm f4 A lens.

    [IMG]_IMG6658V2Step13SMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

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