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    One other version...

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    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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    I know its been photographed a lot but its still a magnificent view... 2 shot pano 10mm left, 10mm right 100mm Digitar.
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    From the garden. Found last evening.

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    Pentax 645D, I think I used a 55mm 6x7 lens with adapter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    One other version...

    [IMG]_IMG6658V2Step17sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
    Beautiful ! I would like to see such landscapes sometimes (and eventually shooting it).
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    Morning

    Quick portraits from wandering around this morning in Bamako.



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    One more, 2cv's in early morning light.

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

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    Looks to me like that's at the Bower...jumped off there quite a number of times myself if it is (3+ decades ago)...many nice shots of yours generally, Ed.
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    Rust devils:


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    I am not sure if this technically goes here. Maybe large-format photography? Anyway, this is a scanner image--Seitz makes a medium-format scanning camera and so does Better Light. These are wild raspberry leaves--for the fruit, see above. This is not a reflection scan, but rather a transmission scan--I am scanning it as positive film.



    We make tea from the leaves.
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    Another beautiful foggy morning in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park (north of Sydney); Barrenjoey lighthouse can be seen in a couple of these:

    [IMG]_IMG6722Step6sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]_IMG6710Step8sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]_IMG6668Step8sRGBCropSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]_IMG6737Step7sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulyss Bowman View Post
    Beautiful ! I would like to see such landscapes sometimes (and eventually shooting it).

    Thanks Hulyss - really appreciate that

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    Looks to me like that's at the Bower...jumped off there quite a number of times myself if it is (3+ decades ago)...many nice shots of yours generally, Ed.
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    Thanks Martin. It's Dee Why Point, not the Bower (though I can see why you would think that).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter_S View Post
    True! I appreciate the input I got here on getdpi before I made the purchase.

    Mamiya ADF, Kodak Pro Back 645M, Sekor f/1.9 80mm, SEP2.
    Hey, the 645 AFD + Proback 645M is exactly the same MFD kit I've been using for the past 5 years! Great to see someone else using it too.

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    The good news - there are 8 or 9 months worth of images in this thread for me to catch up on and enjoy.
    The bad news - it'll take me a while!

    A couple of my own from this period.
    Mamiya 645AFD, Kodak DCS645M, 80/1.9.

    "New forklift".





    I just read in another thread that the new Phase One XF camera won't mount this classic lens. What a shame!

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    Jupiter and Venus approaching conjunction in June.

    Mamiya 645AFD, Kodak DCS645M, 80/1.9, diffraction filter, 30 seconds, AstroTrac.

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    Coral Beach, Carraroe, Ireland.

    Mamiya 645AFD, Kodak DCS645M, 120/4 macro.


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    Evening near Leenane, Galway, Ireland.

    Mamiya 645AFD, Kodak DCS645M, 105-210 ULD zoom.

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    Loiano church, Emilia Romagna, Italy

    I was escorting a group of students around, so shooting with a tripod was impractical. I handheld the external shots and improvised interior supports using the floor or a pew.

    Mamiya 645AFD, Kodak DCS645M, 24mm ULD fisheye. These are all de-fished in Hugin.





    The ceiling is my favourite:

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    Thanks Martin. It's Dee Why Point, not the Bower (though I can see why you would think that).[/QUOTE]

    You know, Ed, that was my alternate thought (truly) as I'm familiar, but not as much so, with DY point also...if I remember the way it breaks, that guy's taking off just wide of 'the Chair", which is the section the better riders try to get into from behind...sorry to get a little surf-o-technical, but your shots have sparked off some old memories for me (another good thing about this 'fun with...' thread).
    Best wishes and keep up your truly excellent image making
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    Couple of images from RIAT at RAF Fairford UK
    P45+ H1


    USAF Thunderbolt A10


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    Hey folks. I'm brand new to this forum but not new to the art and craft of photography. I have a question I am hoping someone may have an answer to. In January I auditioned a Credo 60 for my old Hasselblads. The images were outstanding, as you would think they would be. However, when photographing into an open sky, or on seamless, I am getting huge banding. Honestly, I've never noticed it before when using my Canons. I have never encountered anything quite like that before and until that issue is solved there is no way I will be making the purchase of the hardware. Do any of you have solutions for that? I believe the back was the latest iteration of the back. I cannot imagine anyone being happy with that result. Admittedly, I am relatively new to the digital scheme of things but I never saw anything like this when using my 4x5's.

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    H4D-60, HC35mm, 20 second exposure. Shoreline, Gloucester, MassachusettsClick image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan McCreery View Post
    Hey folks. I'm brand new to this forum but not new to the art and craft of photography. I have a question I am hoping someone may have an answer to. In January I auditioned a Credo 60 for my old Hasselblads. The images were outstanding, as you would think they would be. However, when photographing into an open sky, or on seamless, I am getting huge banding. Honestly, I've never noticed it before when using my Canons. I have never encountered anything quite like that before and until that issue is solved there is no way I will be making the purchase of the hardware. Do any of you have solutions for that? I believe the back was the latest iteration of the back. I cannot imagine anyone being happy with that result. Admittedly, I am relatively new to the digital scheme of things but I never saw anything like this when using my 4x5's.
    By banding, do you mean repetitive stripes; or does it look like the image is split into large equal-size blocks, each with slightly different exposure/colour? Could you link an example image?

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    From the garden. Found last evening.


    Will,

    I'll trade some French grey shallots for some raspberries. The first year I've grown these. Wonderful flavor.

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    IQ180, 60mm Digitar, Alpa STC - 6mm fall.
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    Discovering secret places in sunset light



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    My latest addition arrived yesterday: the legendary Contax Zeiss 120 mm Macro for the Contax 645.

    The image was taken with a P21+, 1/60s sec.

    This is from my garden, some crazy plant:



    and the details from that image: geez, that's a sharp lens.



    I know, nothing special, but needed to share this with you...

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    Afternoon!

    I'm on a contract in the North of Mali at the moment, here's the type of thing I'm shooting. It's bloody hot, windy, dusty and generally completely crap, the S is faultless!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Afternoon!

    I'm on a contract in the North of Mali at the moment, here's the type of thing I'm shooting. It's bloody hot, windy, dusty and generally completely crap, the S is faultless!
    Hot, miserable, and armed. What could possibly go wrong?

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    Hardly anything Will!

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    Sometimes a night spent in the car seems worthwhile!

    645Z plus 6x7 90mm f2.8 lens
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Sometimes a night spent in the car seems worthwhile!

    645Z plus 6x7 90mm f2.8 lens
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    That is really gorgeous, Ed.

    As you know, I love photos with an astronomical dimension. Looks like you got a nice bright pink nebula down the middle. Can't make out the constellations from the long trails, but I'm guessing it's the Lagoon Nebula in Sagittarius?

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    Thanks Ray! So glad you like it. I am pretty excited to get this result after a fairly considerable effort :-)

    I wish I could help to confirm/correct your hypothesis about the specific stars depicted, but I am afraid answering your question would require deeper knowledge of the subject of stars than I possess. Happy to send you a single file from the stack if that would help?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Thanks Ray! So glad you like it. I am pretty excited to get this result after a fairly considerable effort :-)

    I wish I could help to confirm/correct your hypothesis about the specific stars depicted, but I am afraid answering your question would require deeper knowledge of the subject of stars than I possess. Happy to send you a single file from the stack if that would help?
    Hi Ed, yes, that would be great - thanks! Sorry for being so curious/nosey about the scene

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    Not a problem! Please PM me your email address, then I will upload a file to dropbox and share it with you. Then maybe you can share your conclusions :-)

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    This morning: 645Z plus 35mm f3.5 A lens

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    IQ180, Alpa STC, Schneider 150mm Digitar
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    Hello



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    Just a normal medium format lens, 80mm F2.8 HC, and H1/IQ160.
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    Just a normal medium format lens, 80mm F2.8 HC, and H1/IQ160.
    Nice processing, a custom style or pre-set may I ask ?
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    Nice processing, a custom style or pre-set may I ask ?
    hi Chris,
    Thanks for the kind complement! I shoot portraits of different skin colors and in different light environments so each portrait needs different attention in post process in order to bring out the looks that I feel the mood of the photograph is fitting. Thus I don't use pre-set or plug in custom style. I do most of the effect in LR and some photos might also require another post process through Photoshop. I try to keep everything very simple in processing the photograph. However, the complexity of careful visualization and feel in each of the simple steps that I take in processing is where I spent the most of my time. For example, the first step I take is to look at the photograph in its unaltered state and make observation to the kind of canvas that is presented. This is different from painting where my canvas is white and I generally only add not subtracting and what I add there is no limitation. In a photograph, I have to add and subtract at close proximity so there is limit to simply adding, such as exposure. The key is to overcome the limitation by different approach to achieve the ultimate mean. Sometimes adding is not technically adding but purely a shift in colors in different type of tones. So as you can see I like to keep the post process as simple as possible in order to fulfill the looks that the subject would prefer to be in and the audience could see and relate to the photograph.

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    Hi,

    Nice image and I like the crop.

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    Hi Ed,

    It is another great image of yours.

    Best regards
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    Sometimes a night spent in the car seems worthwhile!

    645Z plus 6x7 90mm f2.8 lens
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    Hi,

    Nice image and I like the crop.

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    Thank you Erik, even after all the messing about, (elsewhere), that is the image I saw and wanted. it is nice to have the luxury of cropping pixels away, not used to that yet, then I suppose I will want more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSon View Post
    hi Chris,
    Thanks for the kind complement! I shoot portraits of different skin colors and in different light environments so each portrait needs different attention in post process My edit removes text So as you can see I like to keep the post process as simple as possible in order to fulfill the looks that the subject would prefer to be in and the audience could see and relate to the photograph.

    Thanks,
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    Son, many thanks, that philosophical approach, if I may call it that, is very interesting and I appreciate you taking the time to post it, I will re-read carefully. I wasn't after a "quick fix" but wondered if you had an individual style starting point, that answers my question perfectly. I don't shoot enough portraits personally but results like yours have me thinking I should.

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    This scene is almost always shot with a wide angle lens..... I wanted more reach and a remembrance of what I saw every morning from my terrace. Alpa STC, Schneider 150mm Digitar, IQ180.
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    It's been awhile since I had time to share. I've now switched over to shooting a new Phase XF with my IQ180 and love it. Likewise I've gotten several days worth of shooting with the 40-80 which I equally love. I'm headed back to Sedona tomorrow in hopes of capturing the meteor shows either there or at the South Rim. Last night we were treated to a great lightshow and decided to test the XF/180 which it turns out worked very well.







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