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    Is this a Japanese Maple? It is a tree near my home; the colors in the leaves are remarkable and I hope I can get a better image than this, but in the meantime if anyone knows for sure the identity, I'd greatly appreciate an answer.

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    "Forest Mystery"

    The second of three compositions from near the same spot as the last post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Is this a Japanese Maple? It is a tree near my home; the colors in the leaves are remarkable and I hope I can get a better image than this, but in the meantime if anyone knows for sure the identity, I'd greatly appreciate an answer.

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    I have a big 50' Japanese Maple on my property and the leaves look somewhat like your photo, but not quite as frilly on the edges. The leaf on my smaller decorative Japanese Maple look more like your picture.

    I'm pretty sure yours is some minor variant of a Japanese Maple.

    These trees start as deep green in Spring, progress to a plum hue in Summer, then explode in color as Fall approaches. Spectacular colors every year. When backlit, they look like they are on fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    .................
    I'm pretty sure yours is some minor variant of a Japanese Maple.

    These trees start as deep green in Spring, progress to a plum hue in Summer, then explode in color as Fall approaches. Spectacular colors every year. When backlit, they look like they are on fire.

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    Thanks Marc, I suspect you're right, but the frilliness of the leaves made me wonder.

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    Afternoon

    We're starting to see ice form on the edges of the rivers here, this shot from earlier this morning.

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    Got off the internet and went out and about in Atlanta (my home city) last week and got some shots around Piedmont Park. H4D-40/35-90mm. The black and white shot is a two minute exposure with a big stopper and singh ray-3 stop ND Click image for larger version. 

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    A few images over Sydney's Middle Harbour, the first two towards Chatswood and the third towards the city centre:

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    Fog

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    St. John River valley, New Brunswick.

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    French Riviera!

    Wait, no, Oakland, California :-)



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    Afternoon!

    Lots of aurora here last night, heavy cloud blocking most of it but the occasional gap made it worth while.

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    I mostly photograph with 4x5 and 617, and there aren't many "magic lens". Oh sure you have 150 APO Sironar S or the Super Symmar XL, or the Gold Dagor, but in the end, one stands alone (*) :-) - the Cooke PS945, which recreates the look of the legendary Pinkham and Smith Visual Quality IV lens. Most of my 4x5 portraits are taken with the lens.

    I checked that the image circle should cover 617, and indeed it does. There is hardly any light by the time I set up the camera, so this is about F5, but the bokeh is oh so smooth.



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    One more of the Japanese Maple (probably). Whatever the species, the range of pigments revealed in fall by this tree is remarkable:

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    I have just purchased my first medium format camera, a secondhand Leica S 006 with a brand new Summarit 70mm lens. Below is on of my first shot with this combo.
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    A paper birch with a maple/oak background. It's interesting that in the Northern hemisphere the world becomes so colorful just before months of black and white.

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    Shot last month at the Acadia National Park, Maine. Cambo W5000 with Rodi lens and an IQ 380 back.
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    Magic in the woods..



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    First shots with the Mamiya 645 for a couple of years


    Mamiya 645afd/Aptus 22 w/35mm 1/15 f/16 ISO25

    The sky was comped in from a one-stop-darker shot, providing a touch of drama. I also had to step on the contrast, clarity, and saturation, as the lens is flary, and badly needs a clean—it is multi-coated (MF version), but has fungus behind the front element. Processing in C1 with the ‘35’ preset helped make up for the lens’ infamous deficiencies.
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    Inside the house


    Mamiya 645afd/Aptus 22 w/50mm shift 1/4 f/16 ISO25

    The outside courtyard was tipped in from a one-stop-darker shot. Processed in C1 and composited in Pixelmator.
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    Georgian Bay, Ontario.

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    Shot a few hours ago. I worked mostly in black and white film today but having the CFV50c handy made easy work of throwing a color shot into the mix. Hasselblad 501CM, 120mm 5.6 S-Planar @F22, 1/2 second at ISO 100.

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    "Vermilion View"

    Vermilion Falls south of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area near Crane Lake in Minnesota. Its from five horizontal shots. I used small bites to make the panorama which was done in Lightroom.

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    Nice images mediumcool. I believe many members here would have some helpful suggestions for that large blank wall.

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    Another from today, 5 frame vertical stitch with a 60mm 3.5 CF, about 4 feet wide at 300dpi....5 to 20 foot wide @300dpi pano shots are a big reason I got this back, requests for these kinds of sizes from clients are on rise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    Nice images mediumcool. I believe many members here would have some helpful suggestions for that large blank wall.

    Rick
    Not with the exchange rate! But here is one I prepared earlier. [quick and dirty I have to say—note the LL Bean camera bag and the supermarket shopping bag to the left—but the Ficus picture is luscious, even though it’s from a M4/3 camera!]

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    Zion National Park, IQ180, Schneider 40-80mm

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    A lonely road in Montana.

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    One more Japanese Maple image. The Pentax 120mm macro doesn't have a reputation for the best bokeh, but it looks fine to me here.

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    Ault, Picardy

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    i am amazed how clean the streets are in cities outside NYC, where creeps dump their trash everywhere

    nice little place you are showing

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    i am amazed how clean the streets are in cities outside NYC, where creeps dump their trash everywhere

    nice little place you are showing
    Thank you! They do a lot of sweeping in all those little vilages and towns in France.
    In our vilage here in France there is one person sweeping the streets every now and then.

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    Another sh(tty day at the beach. Wait, let's call it "Weston".



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    An image from last spring I'm working on. I sell prints of local scenes in a nearby restaurant, I'm considering using this image. Any thoughts on removing the contrails? For some reason they bother me.

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    An image from last spring I'm working on. I sell prints of local scenes in a nearby restaurant, I'm considering using this image. Any thoughts on removing the contrails? For some reason they bother me.
    Well you know you have three of them in there, right? There are the really recent ones that are small and obvious and then you have the bigger diffuse one that is in the same area that is probably 20-30 minutes old.

    The way I approach this is if I don't like the contrails and they distract from the image, then I simply don't shoot it because it is not the shot I want. But if the contrails add to the effect, then I shoot it. But I personally don't go photoshopping any of my images because that is simply the way I like to work, I either got the shot or I did not. And I sell my prints for a living....

    A couple of examples of contrails that did work in the shot, both Rollei IR400 in 6x6, pardon the weird effect of the scans:

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    "Swimming Dragon"



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    Yesterday, Point Clark, Ontario. XF/380/SK35. I love using this lens with the auto hyperfocal setting on the XF.

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    Windy and wet today so I brought Fall inside. XF/380/SK 120 Macro

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    Run for fun Taken with Leica S2 with splitscreen + Mamiya C 150/2.8 N wide open..


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    Pentax 645Z 3 image stich shifted Mamiya shift 50/4 First try with this lens.

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    Just received my new 645z yesterday and today I took it out for some trial shots in the park. All with the Pentax-FA 75mm f/2.8 on a tripod. Last image is a two shot stitch. I'm still in learning mode with the 645z, but enjoying it very much.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Pentax 645Z 3 image stich shifted Mamiya shift 50/4 First try with this lens.
    Looks very nice Michiel. I'm surprised that Pentax does not have a shift lens for the 645. How did you adapt the Mamiya to the pentax?
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    Pentax 645Z 3 image stich shifted Mamiya shift 50/4 First try with this lens.
    I've recently bought a Pentax mount Mamiya 50mm Shift lens for my 645D. It was a bespoke conversion by Zoerk many years. My 645D is being serviced at the moment so I haven't had a chance to use it yet!
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    Looks very nice Michiel. I'm surprised that Pentax does not have a shift lens for the 645. How did you adapt the Mamiya to the pentax?
    Carl, I will answer your PM a bit later. I amwatching a show now.
    The mamiya shift I bought with Hasselblad mount and I use it with an adapter.

    Sarnia, I think I saw that shift lens on Ebay, you have been very lucky, because it was a lot cheaper then mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Carl, I will answer your PM a bit later. I amwatching a show now.
    The mamiya shift I bought with Hasselblad mount and I use it with an adapter.

    Sarnia, I think I saw that shift lens on Ebay, you have been very lucky, because it was a lot cheaper then mine.
    It actually got it from someone on pentaxforum.com. As it is a more native conversion than the one you have (via an adapter) I'm hoping that it will be top-notch. Your solution gives VERY impressive results, however!
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    Machine vs. Nature
    Leica S 006 + Summarit 70mm | ISO100 | f 5.6 | 1/180sec

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Just received my new 645z yesterday and today I took it out for some trial shots in the park. All with the Pentax-FA 75mm f/2.8 on a tripod. Last image is a two shot stitch. I'm still in learning mode with the 645z, but enjoying it very much.


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    Carl,

    Congratulations on the new camera; I'm sure you'll continue to enjoy the 645Z as you discover its capabilities.

    You must have had a windy day for your first use, I notice one of the shells appears to be weighted down with a tire and the others are tied to the boat rack!

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    Carl,

    Congratulations on the new camera; I'm sure you'll continue to enjoy the 645Z as you discover its capabilities.

    You must have had a windy day for your first use, I notice one of the shells appears to be weighted down with a tire and the others are tied to the boat rack!

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    Thank you Tom. The 645z is certainly an amazing camera and a joy to use. Yes, it has been quite windy around here recently with each cold front that comes through. The old boathouse is getting some repair work done before winter sets in and they will most likely be moving the shells back inside soon.
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    Great shots everyone! Looking forward to see more pics from Iceland
    Here are more shots from Mamiya 150/2.8 day following one pic on this page..
















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    Donkeys in the fog
    This morning during a walk i found this group of donkeys eating frozen gras in a mist of fog near a little forest.

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    Best regards, Domenico.

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