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    Hasselblad 501CM, 180mm CF @ F/11, ISO 100, 8 minutes with CFV50c back. This thing is great for long exposures, love the blinking LED to tell me when the exposure is done.

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    Amsterdam harbour

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    " Snowy Contrasts "







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    3 shot panos; loading at the cement factory in brooklyn

    other side:
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    Winter is making a comeback after some brief, almost spring like weather. Pentax 645z with FA 45-85 lens.

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    Playing with some new lighting gear.

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    Multi-shot pano with bracketing using 645Z and 25mm f4 DA lens

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    A portrait with the old " socialistic " Zeiss Biometar 120/2.8 on the Pentax 645Z.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    old tri-x 6x6 scan, yours truly in 1976, Heceta head lighthouse, oregon coast, blad 500c, 80mm
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    another old one, sk43, cambo wrs, iq160?

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    This morning winter finally arrived! XF/380/SK80. The temperature was -24C (about -12F) and the camera functioned beautifully - because this was shot through my living room window! The second shot is a crop of the same file.



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    Quiberville, France

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    blad 205, cfv50-c, 110FE
    15 degrees F outside


    and with the 40mm IF
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Tree reflections in a local stream.

    _IMG3298 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr

    Railing on a sea wall:

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    Berck, France

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    Nice view.

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    The Australia Telescope Compact Array in Narrabri, NSW

    [IMG]PanoFromFilesIMGP9872And75And78And81And84(ForLeftS ideOnly)Step5sRGBCropSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Barrenjoey Head, with lighthouse, north of Sydney, NSW
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    All shot with Pentax 645Z and 25mm f4 DA lens.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I love image one and two . Great atmosphere .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    blad 205, cfv50-c, 110FE
    15 degrees F outside


    and with the 40mm IF
    Your 40 looks wonderful... my 40 CF FLE looked like garbage, soft soft soft in the corners.

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    Made a quick overnight trip to the Alabama Hills this week when I saw rain was forecast. That worked and the light was nice. Phase One XF, IQ180, Schneider 40-80mm. I'm not going to post them all but check my Recent Work webpage. It will take a few days to get them all processed but I am adding steadily.Click image for larger version. 

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    Sorted out my issue with my old H3D31........ all it boiled down to was a Firmware update..... don't use a new version of Phocus with an old FW version or vice-versa....!



    Have a good WE folks

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    " DB 18 316 "







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    Michiel, hope you are OK ?
    Everybody is missing you at the FM-Sony.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
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    Oh, that reminds me of my 1st Märklin train set..... lovely sharp details!

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    North of Lone Pine, California. IQ180, Mamiya 150mm D lens.Click image for larger version. 

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    Doug - is your horizon tilted?

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    One from the many electrical storms throughout Australia in January. Phase One IQ260, SK 40-80mm.
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    Water and rocks
    This morning, 10min walk from home. I got the chance to do some shooting with the Leica S 35mm CS lens. It is for sure insanely sharp!
    ISO100, 60sec, f/22 and ND6 from Breakthrough Photography:

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    Hi Werner; everything is allright. Just taking it easy on posting and the like ratrace.

    Le touquet.

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    On the way to Death Valley IQ 380, 35 , XF

    Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ380 |

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    alabama Hills. Four shot pano stitch IQ180 with Schneider 40-80mm Click image for larger version. 

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    alabama Hills. Four shot pano stitch IQ180 with Schneider 40-80mm Click image for larger version. 

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    Doug, that's a great view of a fascinating place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardman View Post
    Doug - is your horizon tilted?

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    I like the gritty nature of this image.

    PS. I'm not Doug, but my recollection is that the entire Owens valley is tilted

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    Yesterday morning near Woy Woy, NSW.

    645Z plus 6x7 400mm f4 EDIF lens.


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    Bixby Bridge Pre-Dawn

    Thank you to the garbage truck with extra sets of red tail lights!

    Phase One XF, IQ150, 28D, 3m 30s f/5.6 ISO 200 + Alarm Clock filter ...

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    Lovely shot Graham! Coincidentally it reminds me of a shot I am going to try later today. If I get anything good, we can compare notes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    The Australia Telescope Compact Array in Narrabri, NSW



    [IMG]PanoFromFilesIMGP9971-97And0001-24(AllFiles)Step5sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    This image, as much as any I've seen, illustrates the effort of humanity to understand the universe. Really nice.
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    That's very kind of you - I am flattered. Thanks :-)

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    Sea Cliff Bridge near Wollongong, NSW. Pentax 645Z plus 90mm DFA f2.8.

    [IMG]PanoFromFilesIMGP1218and1222Step6sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Graham - this is the one I was referring to. Not the same sort of shot, of course. But it's a bridge near the sea with light trails, so some similarity!

    Notice how in Australia, people drive on the correct side of the road ;-)
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    Oh yeah! Love this one.

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Bixby Bridge Pre-Dawn

    Thank you to the garbage truck with extra sets of red tail lights!

    Phase One XF, IQ150, 28D, 3m 30s f/5.6 ISO 200 + Alarm Clock filter ...

    - - - Updated - - -

    Great comp Ed!

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    Sea Cliff Bridge near Wollongong, NSW. Pentax 645Z plus 90mm DFA f2.8.

    [IMG]PanoFromFilesIMGP1218and1222Step6sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Graham - this is the one I was referring to. Not the same sort of shot, of course. But it's a bridge near the sea with light trails, so some similarity!

    Notice how in Australia, people drive on the correct side of the road ;-)
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    Thanks Ed, from Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Oh yeah! Love this one.
    Ed, About an hour or so before I tried to ram you on the road
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Sea Cliff Bridge near Wollongong, NSW. Pentax 645Z plus 90mm DFA f2.8.

    [IMG]PanoFromFilesIMGP1218and1222Step6sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Graham - this is the one I was referring to. Not the same sort of shot, of course. But it's a bridge near the sea with light trails, so some similarity!

    Notice how in Australia, people drive on the correct side of the road ;-)
    One word. AWESOME!

    Very nicely done. As you know it's hard to balance the brightness of headlights coming towards you with the tail lights and not blow them out. My shot included a 30s portion where I had to shield the lens/shutter from a car coming towards me. The star trails give it away if you look closely.

    Btw, as a real Brit I can relate to the right hand drive
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    I guess Jeffery and I were an hour late than.

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    Ed, About an hour or so before I tried to ram you on the road

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    Man am I loving the XF and IQ3100! This combo has got a lot of things going for it.

    Just in time too, I'm using it as my only camera in China next week. That is saying a lot after 5 years of Cambo and tech glass.

    Shot this at the CI anti-workshop in Carmel this past week. XF, IQ3100, Mamiya 300mm APO, ISO 1600 at last light:

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    I guess Jeffery and I were an hour late than.
    At least.

    Btw, if you are in Shanghai or Shenzhen the week of March 14th I'll be there. I'm jealous of your photo trip, mine's the day job
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    One word. AWESOME!

    Very nicely done. As you know it's hard to balance the brightness of headlights coming towards you with the tail lights and not blow them out. My shot included a 30s portion where I had to shield the lens/shutter from a car coming towards me. The star trails give it away if you look closely.

    Btw, as a real Brit I can relate to the right hand drive

    Thanks Graham! Yes, balancing those lights can be tricky. I think my shot was made easier by the high vantage point (which means that headlights were not shining directly at me) and the relatively quiet road conditions.
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    A shot from the CI Don & Ken anti-workshop at Pacific Grove, CA

    Phase One XF, IQ150, 28D


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Graham . I like your image . especially the colors .
    But tell me , what is a CI Don & Ken anti-workshop ?
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Don Libby & Ken Doo with Capture Integration Support - i.e. lot's of MF stuff to try out and end up buying

    https://captureintegration.com/ken-d...workshop-2016/

    But a great opportunity to catch up with MF digital shooting friends and shoot some stunning locations with the superb support from Capture Integration (thanks Dave Gallagher!!) to try out any Alpa, Cambo, Phase One gear too. I did well, I got away with only spending $1100 with CI

    Btw, photo is straight from C1 Pro 9.03 with a frame added to the jpg in PS.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Thank you Graham .
    I was not aware of that info . Attending the anti workshop with an empty wallet might help a lot .
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