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    Beautiful images! It's nice to see someone still using the Aptus 22.
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    Sand bar, Lake Superior, XF/380/SK55 LS

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    Wow! Love these, especially the last one. Kudos!

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    Thank you! I like my aptus 22.

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    There has been some great stuff posted recently. I'm so far behind I've not contributed much so please accept my apology. I'm enjoying the inspiration though.

    Here is a couple from a trip to Italy in June. We had the opportunity to visit Venice, the Dolomites and of course Tuscany.

    Both Cambo RS and IQ180.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    There has been some great stuff posted recently. I'm so far behind I've not contributed much so please accept my apology. I'm enjoying the inspiration though.

    Here is a couple from a trip to Italy in June. We had the opportunity to visit Venice, the Dolomites and of course Tuscany.

    Both Cambo RS and IQ180.

    SK150:



    SK72:

    You're forgiven. Gorgeous images.
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    That first one is wonderful Etrump! (nice formats)

    Just outside Amsterdam, yesterday evening.
    Pentax 645Z and FA 80-160

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    Boulder Beach at sunrise, Acadia NP
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    Bad weather in the Adirondacks, but good seats are available.

    _IMG2571 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Another from the Adirondacks. I have another, more classic shot, of just the reflections, but I prefer this image which includes the fallen tree:

    _IMG2609 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Lovely colors! Thanks.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Another from the Adirondacks. I'll stop soon

    _IMG2650 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Please keep 'em coming. Those are beautiful images! Thanks.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Milky Way at Pigeon Pt. Lighthouse, Pescadero, CA
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    Hi,

    i'm quite lazy on the forum but wanted to share some images
    from a recent trip to the south of England and Wales.

    All images taken with H3DII-31 and various lenses and ND filters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Bad weather in the Adirondacks, but good seats are available.

    _IMG2571 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    This is one of those old time good photos in my opinion. Here is a person who has seen the extraordinary in the normal - I assume you did not rush down with the chairs and orchestrate the image.

    This image is the sort of image my Dad would take when he was shooting MF film back in the 1970's and the image is great. Thanks for sharing.


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    Thanks Mal, a very nice compliment. I did not arrange the chairs, I found them as they appear (the weather was too bad to be out arranging heavy chairs ). I will say that I have passed this small resort many times and there are always Adirondack chairs out, so I had my eyes open for a good arrangement as we approached.

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    Autumn mood with Hassy 100 and S2..


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    Boring weather in Zeeland. P645Z FA 45-85

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Some images that I hope show the attraction of the Adirondacks:

    Untitled_Panorama3-Recovered copy 3 by tsjanik47, on Flickr


    _IMG2741 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Nice pictures
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    Great view Tom, have you got a spare room haha?! I'd love to shoot in your part of the world some time, it looks fantastic!

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    Wondeful images Tjanik and Ralf!
    That Hasselblad lens is really wonderful for these kind shots aCIDfire! Is it any good for landscapes as well? (I've been looking at this lens for a while, although I do have the P67 105 for portraits)

    Ran into this old reformed church in the little town Tholen to shelter for the rain, Zeeland.

    P645Z FA 45-85
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    Afternoon!

    Quick shot from this morning, I love jobs like this.

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    Michiel Schierbeek: To be honest I didnt use Hassy 100 for landscape yet..mostly portraits. Its H 100/2.2 which I think is not adaptable for Pentax 645Z (maybe Iam wrong). You could use
    110/2 which is MF only and can be adapted. 110/2 has a bit different look than 100/2.2, 110/2 has more contrasty bokeh. My friend is using 645 + pentax 105/2.4 with amazing results..
    take a look, some of those landscape pictures are with 105/2.4 (http://pentaxfriends.eu/gallery/thum...stupby&uid=651).
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    Quote Originally Posted by aCIDfire View Post
    Michiel Schierbeek: To be honest I didnt use Hassy 100 for landscape yet..mostly portraits. Its H 100/2.2 which I think is not adaptable for Pentax 645Z (maybe Iam wrong). You could use
    110/2 which is MF only and can be adapted. 110/2 has a bit different look than 100/2.2, 110/2 has more contrasty bokeh. My friend is using 645 + pentax 105/2.4 with amazing results..
    take a look, some of those landscape pictures are with 105/2.4 (http://pentaxfriends.eu/gallery/thum...stupby&uid=651).
    Ah, I was confused with the 110/2 V lens. Thank you for the link. Nice images, the language is a bit difficult.

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    Here's another from yesterday, the meeting room.

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    Just playing with my new 120LS SK Macro. It is a phenomenally sharp lens.

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    And another very sharp lens, the SK 35 LS. Bruce Peninsula National Park this morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    And another very sharp lens, the SK 35 LS. Bruce Peninsula National Park this morning.

    Really nice composition. I would love to see the same image using a 10-stop ND.
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    yes, why is it one never has the filter one wants when one wants it!
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    This thread keeps bothering me.... poking at me....tempting me....

    I long for it to go away, then.....It comes back......


    All of you cats posting here are truly making art.


    Very impressive.
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    Morning, last from the steel works, I'm boring myself now! I really like these shots, there is so much to see, I have printed a couple at 24 x 36 and they are really nice.





    Have a good weekend all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Morning, last from the steel works, I'm boring myself now! I really like these shots, there is so much to see, I have printed a couple at 24 x 36 and they are really nice.





    Have a good weekend all!

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    I love this series Mat. I assume they are with the Leica. Can you give us a few details - focal lengths, ISO, shutter speed?
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    Hey Pelorus, thanks, glad you like them, I think they're great too!

    These are for a new client and first time I had been inside the building so even though I had planned to use the S 006 on a tripod at ISO100, within 2 minutes it was clear that wouldn't work. The client didn't want me using a tripod as a lot was going on at the time so I had to go with the new S 007, these are all exactly the same settings as it was mainly a recce visit, I will return for more dedicated work.

    I set the 007 to ISO 800, 24mm lens, hyperfocal focusing at f4, shutter speed at 1/45 and just shot handheld. The DOF scale on the new S is brilliant for this sort of work, focus at 15m gives me everything from 7m out to infinity in focus and as I wanted to get the scale of the place that worked for me, next time things will be easier and I will use a tripod and lower ISO but honestly, the files are really good. I was only inside an hour, very little processing in LR only and to the client 2 hours later, very happy! It's not for everyone at all but I am beginning to really enjoy the new S.

    Have a good weekend.

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    Col des Aravis, French Alpes



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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Hey Pelorus, thanks, glad you like them, I think they're great too!

    These are for a new client and first time I had been inside the building so even though I had planned to use the S 006 on a tripod at ISO100, within 2 minutes it was clear that wouldn't work. The client didn't want me using a tripod as a lot was going on at the time so I had to go with the new S 007, these are all exactly the same settings as it was mainly a recce visit, I will return for more dedicated work.

    I set the 007 to ISO 800, 24mm lens, hyperfocal focusing at f4, shutter speed at 1/45 and just shot handheld. The DOF scale on the new S is brilliant for this sort of work, focus at 15m gives me everything from 7m out to infinity in focus and as I wanted to get the scale of the place that worked for me, next time things will be easier and I will use a tripod and lower ISO but honestly, the files are really good. I was only inside an hour, very little processing in LR only and to the client 2 hours later, very happy! It's not for everyone at all but I am beginning to really enjoy the new S.

    Have a good weekend.

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    Thanks Mat, simple and effective!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
    Col des Aravis, French Alpes



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    Hard not to like your image - however I am one of those people who want to crop in post - I for one would be interested in seeing some of the foreground cropped out - for two reasons - 1 because there is a lot of the same there and 2. to change the proportions of the image to give a more panoramic aspect to what is after all a glorious landscape - where the breadth could be emphasised.


    But then again others will see it differently and so they should.

    Regards


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    for the hep-kitty, a tease. shot with the blad 205 and CFV-50



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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    Hard not to like your image - however I am one of those people who want to crop in post - I for one would be interested in seeing some of the foreground cropped out - for two reasons - 1 because there is a lot of the same there and 2. to change the proportions of the image to give a more panoramic aspect to what is after all a glorious landscape - where the breadth could be emphasised.


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    Thanks for the comment.

    Actually, I tested the two versions (cropped and uncropped) and cropped version seemed better for the good reasons you said.

    My computer crashed and the cropped version was lost and, you know, i'm lazy sometimes, and a little voice said "don't crop, it's not fair".

    but you are right, sometime, we have to crop



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    2 shot vertical stitch with the Mamiya 50mm shift and Credo 40.
    The weather is terrible here, so shooting outdoors is a challenge. Gotta make do with what we can get...
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    Mat, I really like your industrial images from the steel plant!

    Looks really nice synn, this mamiya shift stich!
    I bought one in Hasselblad mount, can't wait to try it out, but i am still waiting for the adapter.

    There are very little opportunitys with decent weather or interesting light since I bought this camera. Must be autumn.


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    First one on the Pentax Z with " frozen" water with a ND 1000 filter.


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    XF/380/LS 35 SK.

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    Aspens and Firs, Ridgway, Colorado

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew View Post
    Thank you! I like my aptus 22.
    We get tied up in a knot about the capabilities of our state of the art backs but it's easy to forget how absolutely beautiful the results from the older backs are. For me, I still think that my leaf aptus 65M produces the best images even compared to my newer backs. Is that sad? (I don't think so .. )
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    Another from the Adirondacks. I'll stop soon

    _IMG2650 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    I like this a lot. It's a wall hanger.
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    Count the pebbles

    Pentax 645Z FA 80-160

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    A leak

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