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    Another shot taking advantage of full moon. 645Z with 120mm A lens.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Thank you Graham .
    I was not aware of that info . Attending the anti workshop with an empty wallet might help a lot .
    It's the ultimate result ...
    Ylem ...
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    stewart point Carmel 60mmSK, hazy
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    a bit earlier, same place
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    Zabriskie Point - Pano
    35mm XF/IQ380
    Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ380 |

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    Berck, France

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    " The Way ? / Apocalypse III "





    The Way ? / Apocalypse III by Werner Utsch, on Flickr
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    The California Palouse near Winters, CA

    Phase One XF, IQ150, 28D

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    " Räderwerk / Wheelwork "







    Wheelwork/Räderwerk by Werner Utsch, on Flickr

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    I took this a while ago. Mamiya 645 Provia 100F

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    Shipyard Bruinisse, Netherlands

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    http://www.foton-foto.com/

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    A sad reflection on myself: The first thing I thought about when I saw this shot was "How are they stopping those trestles from moving apart and letting the boat topple?". Too long around boats, boat yards and the sea!

    Nice shot Michiel.

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    Shipyard Bruinisse, Netherlands

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    Mamiya 645 Provia F
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    Not an inviting forest.

    _IMG3359 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Movie Road in the Alabama Hills. Phase One XF, waist level finder, IQ180, Schneider 40-80mm @80mm. Amazing piece of kit as many of you know.Click image for larger version. 

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    A few snaps from Ireland last fall. All IQ380 with Cambo AE tech camera:







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    Been off travelling for the last few months - This one is from the East coast of Tasmania, Australia.

    Image taken with IQ180, 35mm with 645DF.

    And yes I would like an XF - we will see.

    Thanks for looking. Mal
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    AWESOME . Thanks for showing .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    AWESOME . Thanks for showing .

    Thank you for the Positive feedback and of course all the likes.

    Now how do I get started with the crowd funding to buy a new XF?:

    Hey just kidding.


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    Another one from the Alabama Hills a couple weeks ago. Phase One XF/IQ180, Schneider 40-80mm @65mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougDolde View Post
    Another one from the Alabama Hills a couple weeks ago. Phase One XF/IQ180, Schneider 40-80mm @65mm

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    Doug


    Lovely strong image.


    I know the answer but how do you find using your IQ180 with the XF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelorus View Post
    A sad reflection on myself: The first thing I thought about when I saw this shot was "How are they stopping those trestles from moving apart and letting the boat topple?". Too long around boats, boat yards and the sea!

    Nice shot Michiel.
    Wonder about that myself too now

    Amsterdam, river Amstel.
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    " After The Rain "







    After The Rain by Werner Utsch, on Flickr
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I'd very much like to post some of my latest IQ3 100 shots but I can't seem to upload them to look sharp.

    They look very sharp on my Mac Retina but as soon as I upload see them to Getdpi, they look soft. Anyone have any suggestions? I normally use C1 at its defaults and rarely need any further sharpening until I go to print.

    I'd really like to show the extraordinary detail I'm getting from the new back, but I'm not succeeding!

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    Bill,

    I had to host images on something like flickr and link to ~1600px wide images to get them to look sharp here. Larger looks better, but then images get slower to load. Hmmm. I learned this from the gentlemen posting above....

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    Been trying to shoot this spot in Kauai for a few years, finally early enough in the year to get some water coming up through the blow hole.


    Phase One XF with IQ380, 75-150mm at 75mm, 1 sec at f/32 and 6x ND filter. (I needed a big stopper).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    I'd very much like to post some of my latest IQ3 100 shots but I can't seem to upload them to look sharp.

    They look very sharp on my Mac Retina but as soon as I upload see them to Getdpi, they look soft. Anyone have any suggestions? I normally use C1 at its defaults and rarely need any further sharpening until I go to print.

    I'd really like to show the extraordinary detail I'm getting from the new back, but I'm not succeeding!

    Bill may be you should try a websharpening program. I use the one of Andreas Resch and put the output on 1600 wide.

    Another one from Amsterdam handheld @ 6400 ISO.
    Pentax 645Z 55/2.8

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    That's impressive, Michiel !
    Great high ISO, shows where the Z shines.
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    Pano - H5D-50C, HC 50mm, 30 second exposure. Click image for larger version. 

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    Mamiya 645 Provia F


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    H5D-50C with 80mm.
    First file off the new camera, a fellow classmate in a graduate seminar. A new direction for a new body of work.
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    " Into The Blue(s): Bier/Beer "




    Into The Blue: Bier/Beer by Werner Utsch, on Flickr







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    (Cold) Man vs Nature
    Minus 4 degree Celsius and some wind. I like the melancholic expression and soft tone.
    (Leica S 006 + 35mm Summarit CS 4 sec @ f/19 ISO100)


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    L'eglise Saint Joseph, Le Havre

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielDuarte View Post


    H5D-50C with 80mm.
    First file off the new camera, a fellow classmate in a graduate seminar. A new direction for a new body of work.
    Daniel,

    Congratulations on the new camera.

    Please keep us abrest of your work and experience with the H5D

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    "Swiss Cheese" Another one from the Alabama Hills a few weeks ago. Phase One XF/IQ180, Schneider 40-80mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
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    Lovely strong image.


    I know the answer but how do you find using your IQ180 with the XF?

    Regards


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    It's great !!! Also love the prism viewfinder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougDolde View Post
    "Swiss Cheese" Another one from the Alabama Hills a few weeks ago. Phase One XF/IQ180, Schneider 40-80mm

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    This is an interesting if complex image. The warm rounded rocks morphing through the middle ground to sharp cool mountains in the background.

    Thank you also for the positive comment re using the IQ180 with the XF - now where is my pen so I can write to Santa and get hime busy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    I'd very much like to post some of my latest IQ3 100 shots but I can't seem to upload them to look sharp.

    They look very sharp on my Mac Retina but as soon as I upload see them to Getdpi, they look soft. Anyone have any suggestions? I normally use C1 at its defaults and rarely need any further sharpening until I go to print.

    I'd really like to show the extraordinary detail I'm getting from the new back, but I'm not succeeding!
    When exporting, increase resolution while keeping the image dimensions as desired. In LR, I set Resize to Fit Long Edge to something like 1200px for use here, and set Resolution to 204px per inch (not sure where that number came from but I recall having read something about 102 px/inch being ideal for LCD monitors and retina displays effectively "doubling resolution" or using twice as many pixels for a given image size to achieve higher resolution of the displayed image....I may be mixing things up here a bit and I am ready to be corrected).
    You have the same options in C1 under the Process Recipe/Basic tab.
    I used to have the same problem as you describe and now I think my images look sharp.
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    This is straight photography - strange coming from me - but there you have it.

    I felt like I was in a computer game and there riding his steed across the glassy lake our hero ploughs on into his quest.

    Location: Lake Pedder, Tasmania

    Did he survive you ask?

    Well of course, he's the HERO is he not?

    IQ180 / 645DF/ 35mm lens on RRS tripod with cube.
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    ^^^Wonderful shot Malmac!!

    From my French facades series. This was in Le Havre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Quiberville, France

    I think that this would work very well in mono!
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    Afternoon.

    This is the Swedish version of the brick wall tests! Trying out my new XF in the garden this morning, beautiful day but glad I don't have to use this outside toilet.

    http://matrichardson.com/
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    The Lady in red

    Leica S006, 35mm Summarit CS @ f2.8 500s ISO100

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    Edit: B&W version, I prefer this one:

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    In China for a few weeks and just finished a visit to the 1300 year old rice terraces in Yuanyang. The visuals are incredible and a wonderful experience overall. Unfortunately; more of these are dying every year with large portions no longer being maintained.

    IQ3100, XF, Mamiya 300mm APO:

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    [QUOTE=tomerik1972;684702]The Lady in red

    Leica S006, 35mm Summarit CS @ f2.8 500s ISO100

    Edit: B&W version, I prefer this one:


    Both are excellent, but I actually prefer the color version more.

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    [QUOTE=etrump;684711]In China for a few weeks and just finished a visit to the 1300 year old rice terraces in Yuanyang. The visuals are incredible and a wonderful experience overall. Unfortunately; more of these are dying every year with large portions no longer being maintained.

    IQ3100, XF, Mamiya 300mm APO:

    Beautiful! This one could definitely find a place on my wall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    In China for a few weeks and just finished a visit to the 1300 year old rice terraces in Yuanyang. The visuals are incredible and a wonderful experience overall. Unfortunately; more of these are dying every year with large portions no longer being maintained.

    IQ3100, XF, Mamiya 300mm APO:

    Ed, that's beautiful!!

    Help me settle a discussion with my beloved: How much PP went into that image?
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    Ed, that's beautiful!!

    Help me settle a discussion with my beloved: How much PP went into that image?
    not much! Warming filter to offest some blue haze color in the shadows. Levels to set white point and black point.

    Most of the work was before the shot. I stood 4 hours in the hot sun to hold my space at the overlook. The place was absolutely crawling with tourist. By sunset it was 3-4 people deep! If you've ever been to Asia you know what that means.
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