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    Sadly I haven't been able to visit and look at the lovely images here until this morning and even then I only have a very limited amount of time before I have to leave again as this is our busy season and we need to be able to keep paying the bills.

    I do want to add 2-images, both taken with the new Phase One XF and the older IQ180. In short this combination works very well. The first image is from Bryce Canyon Natural Bridge area and captured in a blowing snow storm with the Schneider LS 40-80 at 40mm and the second was from our drive from Bryce into Bluff UT captured using a Mamiya 28D.
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    Funny how you discover and old image and decide to print it big. Made a 30x40 canvas print from this Leaf Aptus 75S mounted on a Contax 645 with the 120mm Makro Planar. Four Peaks Wilderness, Arizona. "Cholla Love" or "Don't Touch My Heart". They seem so happy.
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    Ah yes Cholla cactus - the only cacti that I've ever had to deal with where the thorns even managed to stick into my tripod legs. And then the sole of my shoe. And then my hand ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Ah yes Cholla cactus - the only cacti that I've ever had to deal with where the thorns even managed to stick into my tripod legs. And then the sole of my shoe. And then my hand ...
    But they glow so amazingly at the right time of the day...

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    Yesterday evening in Rotterdam

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    Downtown Philadelphia

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    both S2+S-70/2.5 @f/2.8
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    H5D-50C, HCD 35-90, Acadia National Park. As you can imagine, I would love to own that house! Click image for larger version. 

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    All about the curve, not a processing curve either.
    First play in C1 V9.

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    Budding Photographer (my daughter)



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    Departing Ferry to England from Ijmuiden.

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    H5D-50C, HCD 35-90 - Bass Harbor Lighthouse, Maine Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


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    We are in the mist of fulfilling one of our largest orders to date however I needed to walk away from the madness and play around a little.

    We received the new waist level finder for the XF on Thursday and have attempted to spend as much quality time as possible with it. So far I had been shooting on tripod but decided to see how well I could do handheld. Of course not being satisfied with a "normal" lens I also decided to shoot with the 28D. This is the result of the handheld, using the waist level finder on the XF with an IQ180 attached using the Mamiya 28D, f/4.5 1/80 ISO 50 and processed using C1-9.

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    H5D-50C, HCD 35-90 Acadia NP Click image for larger version. 

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    the henry bigelow, in the dry dock just touching underwater blocks. water will be pumped out monday. Hurricane Sandy disabled the 2500hp pumps that have been in use for a hundred years, so they have some little drop in sump pumps, only 1000 hp. fascinating process. you can see the witness tapes for placing the ship correctly to match the blocks, which they set in advance when the dock is dry using a hull blueprint.

    cfv-50c, 60mm sk, actus


    another one, same combo, but sun to rear right. weird luminosity "flare" surrounding mast???
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    32mm rodie, CFV-50c



    same rig, sun barely out of frame on right, hat shielding lens a bit, (my compendium is out of whack right now)

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    jlm and Michiel I wonder how you get such up close and personal access to the docks? Here you have only very limited opportunities like that as a member of the public. Unless a public road gives an up close view, port security is very tight.

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    i have special authority (and liability insurance) at the Navy yard, been shooting here for many years. i do wear a hardhat and today got mistaken for a surveyor with a transit instead of a camera.

    i also have managed to creep some very peculiar spaces, not seen by many, and many not in existence any more:



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    Thanks very much Antonio. It's been a busy year.

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    Three scenes from a walk along the lake shore today with the Pentax 645z and FA 45-85. All are derived from 2-3 shot focus stacks.

    Segregated beach - Gulls on the west side and geese on the east.



    Anchored willow. Bent over with branches buried deep in the lake sediment.



    Waiting for winter. El Nino pattern has us locked into mild weather - so far.

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    "Crusty" and old can that someone pulled from the lake and left at the boathouse. Covered with zebra mussels. Click to view original at 100%. Pentax 645z with FA 45-85.

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    I really like this. And welcome back; I thought maybe you had joined the Sony exodus.

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    Shuntavi Butte, Kolob Canyon, Utah. IQ180


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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
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    I really like this. And welcome back; I thought maybe you had joined the Sony exodus.

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    Thanks Tom for your kind words.
    It's been a productive year for work but bad year for photography. Sad!
    I've been trying very hard to like the Sony A7 but there may be something wrong with me

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    jlm and Michiel I wonder how you get such up close and personal access to the docks? Here you have only very limited opportunities like that as a member of the public. Unless a public road gives an up close view, port security is very tight.
    There are a very few place where you can get close but you have to find them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Thanks for asking. It turns out there was nothing at all wrong with the XF - it was the IQ380 that was at fault. It's now back in Phase One's hands and I'm using a loaner from my dealer, B3K Digital, who have given me excellent service. I'll update this saga when I find out why the back was only recording black frames!

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    As promised, here is the update on my faulty IQ 380. (It was only shooting black frames - I thought it was an XF shutter problem but testing with another 380 at my dealer showed the back was the problem).

    Phase One states "CCD board repaired, replaced main flex board" along with a bunch of adjustments and checks. It would be interesting to know what caused the breakdown because the back had less than 1500 exposures and had been treated with great care. I can only imagine an electronic component failed and maybe caused some sort of cascade. (I've owned the P65 and the IQ 180 prior to this and never had any problems at all.)

    Anyway I'm looking forward to returning the loaner to my dealer tomorrow and getting re-acquainted with my own back!
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    A blown common $0.50 capacitor can render an electronic board useless so anything could happen. Not saying this is the actual case here, but a few years ago, a good number of PCs (Dell and many others) died from magic smoke because they used some bad caps from China. So just chalk it up to bad luck.

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    two shot vertical pano; hand held, surprised how well it worked. 006/100

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    downtown near ground zero


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    Amsterdam Harbour
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    A not usual view of Mammoth hot springs.

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    downtown near ground zero

    I really like this. I assume the twisted shape of the cross was inspired by the I beams of WTC; life goes on.
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    California Dreaming... oh wait... freezing in Lake Tahoe






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    Just trying a "new", used FA 80-160 on the 645z. Two shots on Buttermilk Creek, above the gorge where the trail is a bit iffy this time of year. Sorry for the blurry branches , but we have had strong south winds ahead of a series of weak storms moving across from the west almost daily.



    An old lean-to above Buttermilk Creek.

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    Just trying a "new", used FA 80-160 on the 645z. ...................
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    I think you will like that lens. I know I never really considered getting one until I saw a price so cheap I thought what the heck.
    I'm happy with its performance and find it a very useful zoom range. It is a bit heavy however compared to carrying say the 75mm and 150mm.

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    We are not having a normal winter in the NE US, so I was reviewing some images from last year to gauge where we were then (also not a normal year, but in the other, cold direction). This is an image that caught my attention. I don't want a print on my wall, as I find it a bit unsettling, but I find it interesting. Any thoughts?

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    Did a little walkabout with the 645z and DFA 55 at the annual winter festival in downtown Ithaca, NY. I just put the camera in TAv mode with a fixed shutter speed of 1/180 and f/8 with variable ISO.

    One of the murals painted by Brazilian street artist Eder Muniz on the back alley wall of the GreenStar market.



    A rapidly melting ice bar on the commons. They take it apart every day and store it in a refrigerated truck.



    A father and daughter at the ice throne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    We are not having a normal winter in the NE US, so I was reviewing some images from last year to gauge where we were then (also not a normal year, but in the other, cold direction). This is an image that caught my attention. I don't want a print on my wall, as I find it a bit unsettling, but I find it interesting. Any thoughts?

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    I like the image, but I'm still trying to forget last winter. This year so far is much more to my liking.
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    68 degrees in NYC today; flat light

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    We are not having a normal winter in the NE US, so I was reviewing some images from last year to gauge where we were then (also not a normal year, but in the other, cold direction). This is an image that caught my attention. I don't want a print on my wall, as I find it a bit unsettling, but I find it interesting. Any thoughts?

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    Reminiscent of the trees that entered in the battle in Tolkien's trilogy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    I like the image, but I'm still trying to forget last winter. This year so far is much more to my liking.
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    Reminiscent of the trees that entered in the battle in Tolkien's trilogy.

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    Thanks Carl and Bob.

    I've been a fan of Tolkien since I first read his Middle Earth books; surprisingly this image did not make me think of the trees called Ents in the Ring trilogy. I prefer that interpretation; I see it as somewhat darker, my first impression was: this your neural network during a nightmare

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    Amsterdam harbour



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    Last week saw one of Sydney's wonderful storms blow through, this time - as luck would have it - just after sunset.

    645Z plus 28-45 lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    i have special authority (and liability insurance) at the Navy yard, been shooting here for many years. i do wear a hardhat and today got mistaken for a surveyor with a transit instead of a camera.

    i also have managed to creep some very peculiar spaces, not seen by many, and many not in existence any more:



    Great images...What I see are some great "Portrait Locations" if one could have access. Very cool!

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    Leica S + Summarit 70, out in the backyard. Natural light.

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    Industrial area Amsterdam
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    Rollei 180mm + Hasselblad PC Mutar 1.4x + Leica R9/DMR
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    Some with the IQ260 Achromatic!














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