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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    BTW, your shot of the lightning really captures the atmosphere of an approaching front in the Great Lakes.
    Tom,

    You may find the other shot interesting for a similar reason. It was taken on a different day as a storm system was departing and high pressure was pushing in from the west. After checking the radar at home, it seemed I might catch the sun setting just as the clouds were clearing away. I left while it was still raining and drove a little more than an hour to get to the park, and sure enough, was treated with a spectacular sunset. It was one of those few times when things actually worked out as I had hoped. It was also one of those times when I was racing through various lenses and compositions as the sun quickly plunged into the horizon.

    At the Sven's Bluff overlook, the shrubs have grown up and its hard to get a shot where the bottom of a composition will be clean. The lightning shot worked because it was pointed up somewhat. For the sunset shot, I backed up my pickup and shot from the lowered tailgate. I'd jump up to switch lenses and compose. Then jump down so as not to wiggle and bounce the truck. Up, down, back and forth and so on. I'm sure it looked quite goofy, but I came away with several keepers.

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    For such an unattractive collection of stream debris, that is a really lovely photograph.
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    100mm CF, CFV-50C

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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    Tom,

    You may find the other shot interesting for a similar reason. It was taken on a different day as a storm system was departing and high pressure was pushing in from the west....................
    I like both of the shots, perhaps favoring the first. I remarked on the second because it really captures an approaching cold front. I can imagine the moisture and coolness in the arriving air.
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    Saint Valèry en Caux.
    Not the most beautiful housing project, but typicly post-war housing, fastly build because people needed to live again, and right on the seaside.

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    " Cathedrals "







    Cathedrals by Werner Utsch, on Flickr

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    For such an unattractive collection of stream debris, that is a really lovely photograph.
    Thanks very much Tom. We have had a lot of heavy rain lately so lots of local flooding and rivers bursting out of their normal course and flooding fields etc. I regularly shoot this part of the river and wanted to capture the high waterline debris. In the end I decided on a more abstract approach as the normal type shots were not working for me.

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    Another...
    Fuji GX680, 125mm f3.2, Imacon 528C
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    On a side note, I feel I am approaching the tonallity of my 4x5 negs, maybe it's the combo of fuji glass and the Imacon (my blad/Imacon did not quite work) or I am just getting better at processing?

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    Lions Gate bridge, Vancouver, BC

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    Lots of challenges over the past 6 months but trying to adjust. Finally headed out to shoot for the 1st time since July. Decided to check out Darwin Falls in Death Valley.


    Phase One XF with IQ380, Schneider 40-80mm, 15 secs at f/16 (4x ND)
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    stitch with 645z and hasselblad 110mm lens at f/10 - strange lens choice but it's the one i had with me.

    End file is enormous. Pretty keen to print it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    Lots of challenges over the past 6 months but trying to adjust. Finally headed out so shoot for the 1st time since July. Decided to check out Darwin Falls in Death Valley.


    Phase One XF with IQ380, Schneider 40-80mm, 15 secs at f/16 (4x ND)
    Nice image... great use of the 4 stop.
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    Walking in the Rain
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    Back to working full time and not enough playtime.
    This is the place I come to get my photography fix!
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    Saint Valèry en Caux.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post



    Walking in the Rain
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    Back to working full time and not enough playtime.
    This is the place I come to get my photography fix!
    Very nice, Darr! Love it!
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    " Old And New: Frankfurt "







    Old And New: Frankfurt by Werner Utsch, on Flickr

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    " Sky / Per "


    Frankfurt







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    Some exciting weather in the Sydney area over the last day or so...

    645Z plus 6x7 75mm f2.8AL

    [IMG]IMGP6078Step7SpotSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]


    645Z plus 645 150mm FA f2.8 lens (3 frame stitch)

    [IMG]PanoFromFilesIMGP7062-4Step7sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]


    645Z plus 645 150mm FA f2.8 lens

    [IMG]IMGP5682Step6sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]


    645Z plus 645 120mm f4 A lens

    [IMG]IMGP5746Step5sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Fishing still life in Quiberville.

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    Inglis Falls, Ontario. XF/IQ3 80/80mm. Temperature was -14C but the camera functioned perfectly - since the last firmware update!

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    Went out storm chasing again yesterday. End up in the wrong place, but did get this...

    645Z plus 28-45 lens plus Little Stopper.

    [IMG]IMGP7126Step8CropSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Apologies - earlier version of this file deleted above, so updated one is here:

    [IMG]IMGP6078V2Step11CropSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    645Z plus 6x7 75mm f2.8AL lens.

    And this one as well:

    [IMG]PanoFromFilesIMGP7062-4V2Step9sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    645Z plus 645 150mm f2.8 lens (three shots stitched).
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    WWII Bunkers in Berck.

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    Another local spot here at the island, south of Norway. A huge lonesome rock has been resting in the water for some thousand years.
    Leica S006 + Summarit 70mm ASPH + ND6 from Breakthrough Photography

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    [QUOTE=Ed Hurst;679760]Went out storm chasing again yesterday. End up in the wrong place, but did get this...

    Ed-Another really nice one! Sometime I need to contact you about a future trip to Sydney and all there is to see and do. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomerik1972 View Post
    Another local spot here at the island, south of Norway. A huge lonesome rock has been resting in the water for some thousand years.
    Leica S006 + Summarit 70mm ASPH + ND6 from Breakthrough Photography

    I have no knowledge of the geology of Norway, but I would guess this is a glacial erratic.

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    A reminder of summer for those of us in the northern hemisphere.

    IMGP1566 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    A Walk Before The Rain

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I have no knowledge of the geology of Norway, but I would guess this is a glacial erratic.
    Yes, you are right. This rock belongs to the moraine named "Raet" – which is the name of the largest continuous end moraine in Scandinavia. Raet moraine is an enormous gravel ridge that was deposited by advancing inland ice 10-11,000 years ago in one of the final spasms of the Ice Age.

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    [QUOTE=cerett;679898]
    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Went out storm chasing again yesterday. End up in the wrong place, but did get this...

    Ed-Another really nice one! Sometime I need to contact you about a future trip to Sydney and all there is to see and do. Cheers.
    Thanks! And happy to help in any way I can. Not to mention shooting / beers...

    Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Inglis Falls, Ontario. XF/IQ3 80/80mm. Temperature was -14C but the camera functioned perfectly - since the last firmware update!

    Wow Bill! Exciting shot!

    - - - Updated - - -

    645Z plus 25mm DA f4 lens (multi-shot pano with bracketing) - ocean pool on Sydney's Northern Beaches (with kind swimmers staying out of the water to avoid spoiling the reflection!).

    [IMG]PanoFromFilesIMGP7211-22(AllFiles)Step12SpotSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]


    645Z plus 120mm f4 A lens - P&O Liner leaving Sydney Harbour.

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    Some detail shots of an old boxcar parked behind the local marina. Pentax 645z with FA45-85 lens , handheld.





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    Pentax 645z plus FA45-85 shot of the Marina harbor entrance from Cayuga Lake. Visible on the far eastern shoreline is the salt mine that was recently in the news because of an elevator accident that trapped several miners in a shaft hundreds of feet down for 10 hours. They were rescued with no injuries.

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    Makes me feel like spring will soon be here. IQ180, 55LS
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    Quote Originally Posted by cunim View Post
    Makes me feel like spring will soon be here. IQ180, 55LS
    Cb that's a great shot...makes me want to dance on those rudder pedals, makes my hands twitch!!

    What aircraft is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelorus View Post
    Cb that's a great shot...makes me want to dance on those rudder pedals, makes my hands twitch!!

    What aircraft is that?
    1942 Waco UPF, actually a ZPF by specification.

    IQ180, Rodie 40 HR, but this should be in the planes, trains and autos thread.
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    I have the hardest time color correcting these dang Lee filters... Big stopper, 100mm CF on a CFV-50C

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    Color Efex Pro in Nik Filters has a White Neutralizer that is scalable for effect and can be painted to areas with a brush ... you can select the offending or overwhelming
    color to neutralize.

    Forgive the post but here is a quick ... less than 10 second try at lessening the green from the Lee.








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    Hi

    Any reason you can't just use the white balance eye dropper and select an area of cloud top right? I downloaded your shot and one button press and the green tone is gone. Easy starting point for whatever else you want to do with the shot.



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    Mat,

    Can one do a custom white balance with the filter on lens and a grey card ... apply the WB to subsequent files
    if no grey in scene?

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    Sure Bob, although it will probably need a little tweaking to taste if light changes as you go along. I never have an issue with Lee big/little stoppers as the colour cast is global so as long as there is a neutral area in the image then the white balance tool will clean the whole thing up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielDuarte View Post
    I have the hardest time color correcting these dang Lee filters... Big stopper, 100mm CF on a CFV-50C
    maybe try IR cutoff filter? check out this thread.

    Lee Big Stopper

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    Quiberville

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    Morning!

    Yesterday I visited Jokkmokk market, a famous annual event here in the North of Sweden which sees the indigenous Sami people gather to sell stuff, race reindeer and all that.





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    Pentax 645Z + Hasselblad Planar T* 110mm F2.0 at F4.0
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    Big Bang
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