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    yep, that is silver creek falls, east of salem OR, very nice spot, by the way
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    yep, that is silver creek falls, east of salem OR, very nice spot, by the way
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    Joshua Tree National Park. IQ180, 40-80mm Schneider, Phase One XF Click image for larger version. 

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    " Before The Snow "







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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    yep, that is silver creek falls, east of salem OR, very nice spot, by the way
    Thank you. You are all 100% correct. I was visiting Washington at the same time and got my locations screwed up.
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    Amazing tree in Carmel. I suppose in a few years, the barks will all fall off, but right now the patterns and colors are spectacular.



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    Some with the Leica S, regarding the last one: I love to be able to shoot with ISO 3200 in available light with MF - it really expands the range where I can shoot with the S, just as easy as using a FF DSLR.
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    Nice pics Paratom, how about CAF on new S? Did you try it? Is it fast enough to track moving kids,etc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aCIDfire View Post
    Nice pics Paratom, how about CAF on new S? Did you try it? Is it fast enough to track moving kids,etc?
    I can not tell yet. The problem for C-AF is often to just have one center AF point.
    My feeling is that it has improved from S2 to S006 to S007 but it is still not a 1DX or D4 (which is not a surprise).
    When I shoot images of the kids in faster movement with CAF I get maybe 1 out of 3 or 4 shots which is fine.
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    OK, so not the most original motif for a composition, but there's something about the setting I couldn't resist.

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    " Sky/Grid"




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    [QUOTE=Ed Hurst;677971]OK, so not the most original motif for a composition, but there's something about the setting I couldn't resist.

    Ed - I really love your second image!! Was it actually taken with a 10 stop ND?

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    "The Beach Game"

    As soon as I cleared the sand dunes, I knew I had a shot, but only for about 10 seconds - I mean, who would try to fish at the beach?!! The Hassy is not the fastest camera to use, but I did manage to catch it before he realized the futility :-)


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    First image with my newly acquired CFV-50C back. This image was made with a 100mm CF lens. I was familiar with the sensor as I owned a 645z for a short amount of time. The mirror mechanism of the Z broke after 21 days of use, I choose a full refund as opposed to a body replacement.

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    Ed - I really love your second image!! Was it actually taken with a 10 stop ND?

    Thanks - glad you like it! Definitely not the 10 stop; by the time I took this shot, it was much darker than the earlier one - so even 2.5 stops of ND made the exposure quite long (63 seconds).

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    Thanks - glad you like it! Definitely not the 10 stop; by the time I took this shot, it was much darker than the earlier one - so even 2.5 stops of ND made the exposure quite long (63 seconds).
    Looking at the clouds, I thought the 2.5 ND might have been an error. Thanks for the explanation.

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    Mamiya AFDIII, ZD back, various lenses:











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    Evening!

    The sun is making its way back to us, nice!

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    Amsterdam harbour

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    Two views of Lake Erie near my home. The first, in November, a gentle lake with perfect waves for a surfing squirrel. The second, taken today, shows the formation of ice mounds which are locally called ice volcanoes. The transition is quite dramatic. The ice mounds are already 30 ft high in this image, note the spray at 15F, soon to freeze.

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    NB: White specs on the shore are zebra mussel shells, an invasive species which has flourished in the lake.

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    White Sands NM

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    Ireland, IQ380, HR40, Cambo

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    " Winter Sun II "





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    The "Wilfred Sykes" coming into town - Sturgeon Bay, WI - for winter layup during last weeks cold snap.

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    [QUOTE=tsjanik;678237]Two views of Lake Erie near my home.
    NB: White specs on the shore are zebra mussel shells, an invasive species which has flourished in the lake.

    Tom,

    It's too bad about the zebra shells. Lake Michigan, at least here in door county, has been inundated with the invasive shells. In places, berms two and three feet thick and ten or more feet wide are present from the lakes wave action. It's a shame. Areas along the lake that I explored and photographed fifteen and twenty years ago are now entirely different and very unnatural. The zebra mussel, as you have mentioned in the past, filters and clears the water. This new water clarity at first seems good. But it allows more light to reach deeper, therefore allowing rampant algae growth. Large areas along the lake are thick with mats of the stuff. Incoming waves are thick and green. I sometimes bring my black lab along with me on my photo excursions, and can't let her swim because of the scum. It's really a bacterial cesspool. Not letting a lab swim is torture indeed. The zebra mussels were introduced into the great lakes by hitching a ride in the ballast tanks of international freighters somewhat similar to the laker that I just posted.

    I've got a couple of photos from last summer that show the zebra shoreline. I'll post those in a bit.

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    Here are two that show the zebra shells. The white beach might appear tropical and beautiful from a distance, but the shell shoreline is a scourge. The shell edges are quite sharp and one would not want to go barefoot on them. The photos are from Sven's Bluff at Peninsula State Park here in Door County.

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    Corona Del Mar. H5D-50C, HCD 28mm. Click image for larger version. 

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    Here are two that show the zebra shells. The white beach might appear tropical and beautiful from a distance, but the shell shoreline is a scourge. The shell edges are quite sharp and one would not want to go barefoot on them. The photos are from Sven's Bluff at Peninsula State Park here in Door County.

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    Very nice Rick, I especially like the 2nd shot. I didn't know the upper lakes had algae problems too; that's unfortunate. Erie, especially the western end, can bloom quite often.
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    A shot from the fall, just to remind me the world has color. Birch, maple and oak give an outstanding display.

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    Very nice Rick, I especially like the 2nd shot. I didn't know the upper lakes had algae problems too; that's unfortunate. Erie, especially the western end, can bloom quite often.
    Thanks Tom. The lightning shot was actually quite dark and I had to lighten it up a lot. It has lots of noise reduction applied to it, so its a bit plastic-ey. Also, its a combination of two images. The two bolts that strike at the horizon are from a separate shot taken from the same set-up. This was from May 27th of last year. I went out to try and get some celestial thing that was happening - maybe an eclipse? - I can't remember. The storm clouds rolled in and I thought my photo efforts were a bust, but then I ended up getting this.

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    [QUOTE=tsjanik;678748]A shot from the fall, just to remind me the world has color. Birch, maple and oak give an outstanding display.

    Tom,

    I really like this shot, and also the flattened perspective type images you often post. I think your image style has inspired me to try more images in a similar vein. I remember being fascinated by one of your posts a couple years ago where you focus stacked at f/8 or something with the 67*300mm to preserve bokeh. That was something that had never occurred to me at the time.

    Beautiful work.

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    A shot from the fall, just to remind me the world has color. Birch, maple and oak give an outstanding display.

    Tom,

    I really like this shot, and also the flattened perspective type images you often post. I think your image style has inspired me to try more images in a similar vein. I remember being fascinated by one of your posts a couple years ago where you focus stacked at f/8 or something with the 67*300mm to preserve bokeh. That was something that had never occurred to me at the time.

    Beautiful work.

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    Thanks Rick. This was taken with the 67 300mm M* at 1/1600 and ISO 6400. Wind was about 20-30 mph, so no focus stacking here. As it is, the birch leaves are not as sharp as they could be; this is the view, in the fall, as I get in my car to go to work so I'm grateful. BTW, your shot of the lightning really captures the atmosphere of an approaching front in the Great Lakes.
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    I'm with you, Tom. Time to show some colour! Algonquin Park, Rollei 6008 and Kodachrome, rephotographed with the XF and 120 macro.

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    Ok. I'll play.

    Last shots of the day and getting dark. No wind what-so-ever. 25 seconds for the aspen and 30 seconds for the maple. At Corrigans Lookout in the Penokee Hills area of northern Wisconsin.

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    Morning!

    It has been pretty cold here recently but the river is still flowing fast, some great ice forming though.

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    Some recent images from Sydney.

    645Z plus 6x7 300mm f4 EDIF lens

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    Sometimes it rains here!
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    Love image number one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    I'm with you, Tom. Time to show some colour! Algonquin Park, Rollei 6008 and Kodachrome, rephotographed with the XF and 120 macro.
    I miss Kodachrome despite its shortcomings - ASA 25, how did we ever get a sharp handheld photo?
    Are you satisfied using your camera to copy film shots Bill? I have a Nikon Cool Scan 9000 and a Minolta DSE 5400 I never use anymore, but I'm reluctant to sell in case I want to scan in the future.


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    I miss Kodachrome despite its shortcomings - ASA 25, how did we ever get a sharp handheld photo?
    Are you satisfied using your camera to copy film shots Bill? I have a Nikon Cool Scan 9000 and a Minolta DSE 5400 I never use anymore, but I'm reluctant to sell in case I want to scan in the future.


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    Yes, Tom, I have a Nikon 9000 too but it's simply easier to shoot with the macro and process in C1. I can do a whole row of transparencies on my light table in a few minutes. The scanner would take as much time to do one.

    However, I will still use the scanner if I want large prints. One less lens in the process!
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    Thinking of New Topographics lately.

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    I like this thread, the posters seem like nice people and, most importantly, they post pictures. So in that vein:
    Bill's Kodachrome post made me nostalgic. I took this today. Lake Erie is beginning to freeze. I processed this to mimic a Kodachrome shot. Contrast is high, there is a lot of detail in the trees not seen here; the pastels are a bit saturated, but not into Velvia territory, a film I never really cared for.

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