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    Le Havre.

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    Moulton Falls Bridge, Lewis River, WA

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    " Linotype "





    Linotype by Werner Utsch, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    " Linotype "





    Linotype by Werner Utsch, on Flickr
    I remember this machine very well! My father was a printer and I have watched him many times over the shoulders making the leaded fonts from this "Setzmaschine". Unfortunately It became obsolete in the 70s - 80s by the Offset printing technologies and later by digital printing.
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    Etretat Fa 55

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    Something strangely fascinating about this shot.
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    Taughannock Falls and the bottom of the gorge just above Cayuga Lake. Pentax 645z + FA 45-85.



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    Something strangely fascinating about this shot.
    Thanks Ed, those trees are quiet surrealistic I think
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    Tarra-Bulga NP, Victoria AU. XF/100/SK35.

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    Wilson's Promontory NP, AU. XF/100/SK80mm. Unfortunately (!) our first 3 weeks in Australia were 100% sunny from dawn until dusk. Too many of my shots have turned out to be picture postcards!

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    The Prom is just so picturesque. Great shot Bill.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Wilson's Promontory NP, AU. XF/100/SK80mm. Unfortunately (!) our first 3 weeks in Australia were 100% sunny from dawn until dusk. Too many of my shots have turned out to be picture postcards!

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    Mers les Bains

    Pentax 645Z Mamiya shift 50/4 in Hasselblad mount.


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    Mers le Bains

    Pentax 645Z Mamiya shift 50/4 in Hasselblad mount

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    A wider view of Taughannock Falls overlook, complete with tourists doing selfies. Pentax 645z FA 45-85.

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    "Faces" White Tank Campground, Joshua Tree National Park. Phase One DF, IQ180, 28mm Mamiya D lens

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    A couple of rather pleasant mornings at Barrenjoey Head, Sydney NSW

    645Z plus 6x7 400mm f4 EDIF
    [IMG]IMGP1515Step3SpotSSsRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    645Z plus 6x7 75mm f2.8 AL
    [IMG]IMGP1467Step4SSsRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    645Z plus 28-45 DA
    [IMG]IMGP1463Step4SSsRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    645Z plus 28-45 DA
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    645Z plus 120 A
    [IMG]IMGP1419Step4SpotSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Another from Wilson's Prom NP, AU. XF/100/SK80

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    I should do a series of shots called - "images from a punchbag".

    In common with several images I have taken recently, this one was shot while wrangling my two year old son, Archie. In this case, he was on my shoulders and kicking me in the head while wearing hard-soled shoes and refusing to stop even for a moment while I pushed the shutter release. I could not use a tripod because I had to hold him in my grasp at all times to prevent him from falling into the water and drowning. Thank goodness for great performance at higher ISO and Pentax's medium format image stabilised lenses (which not only absorbed the shock of the kicks but allowed me to use a lower ISO than would otherwise have been necessary because I could hand-hold the camera at a lower shutter speed).

    [IMG]PanoFromFilesIMGP1560-63Step8sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    If that's the result then maybe I need a kick in the head or three

    Great shot.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    I should do a series of shots called - "images from a punchbag".

    In common with several images I have taken recently, this one was shot while wrangling my two year old son, Archie. In this case, he was on my shoulders and kicking me in the head while wearing hard-soled shoes and refusing to stop even for a moment while I pushed the shutter release. I could not use a tripod because I had to hold him in my grasp at all times to prevent him from falling into the water and drowning. Thank goodness for great performance at higher ISO and Pentax's medium format image stabilised lenses (which not only absorbed the shock of the kicks but allowed me to use a lower ISO than would otherwise have been necessary because I could hand-hold the camera at a lower shutter speed).

    [IMG]PanoFromFilesIMGP1560-63Step8sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Pentax 645Z + HD PENTAX-DA645 28-45mm f/4.5 ED AW SR




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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Wilson's Promontory NP, AU. XF/100/SK80mm. Unfortunately (!) our first 3 weeks in Australia were 100% sunny from dawn until dusk. Too many of my shots have turned out to be picture postcards!

    Bill

    A slogan used by Tourism Queensland was, "Beautiful one day, perfect the next" - I think they had blue skies in mind - not always the best when you would like some clouds.

    We are off to the desert in May - don't expect to see too many clouds out there either.


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    We had some really stormy weather while in Tasmania, this was taken after one of the storms passed but the ocean was still boiling.

    Bay of Fires - Tasmania (orange lichen on the rocks).

    IQ180 35mm
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    Mers les Bains

    Pentax 645Z ? Mamiya 50/4 Shift

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    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    Daniel,

    Congratulations on the new camera.

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

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    I was having a lot of difficulty with the CFV-50C and focusing via my prism. LV is perfect but the quality of the LCD screen is, well... bad.
    I lost some funding for my MFA and found an alternative grant that allowed me to bypass that pickle. Luckily, my dealer helped me out and we set up an upgrade plan to the H5D. It took some work for me to get there financially but I'd rather double down than take a massive loss. It's an amazing tool, the AF is class. Files are stellar. I was worried after working with a professor using the 80 (and now 100)MP and seeing the brevity of those files... to think 50 is "small" compared to these new sensors. All is well.
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    Working on mixing imagery with words, always a challenge. Ultimately, this work is bound for the book form.
    Death / Psyche / Repression — Daniel Duarte


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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielDuarte View Post
    Working on mixing imagery with words, always a challenge. Ultimately, this work is bound for the book form.
    Death / Psyche / Repression — Daniel Duarte


    Hi Daniel

    I followed your link and read your words.

    My wife just lost her mother the week before last - It seems the question of death is one that deserves more attention - it is good to see you are following it back to it's roots.

    Have you already dug into the philosophy of Wabi-Sabi?

    I have a thin volume by Leonard Koren -

    "It is a beauty of things imperfect, impermanent and incomplete......"

    Your project sounds like it has a large dash of Wabi-Sabi.

    Cheers


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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    Hi Daniel

    I followed your link and read your words.

    My wife just lost her mother the week before last - It seems the question of death is one that deserves more attention - it is good to see you are following it back to it's roots.

    Have you already dug into the philosophy of Wabi-Sabi?

    I have a thin volume by Leonard Koren -

    "It is a beauty of things imperfect, impermanent and incomplete......"

    Your project sounds like it has a large dash of Wabi-Sabi.

    Cheers


    Mal
    Condolences to you and your wife regarding the loss of family.

    The time I spent in the industry of death has left what seems a permanent mark of myself. I have not heard of this philosophy but will begin researching this morning.

    Thank you for the reference, much appreciated.
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    Although I am really really missing the size and feel of the S, I am getting used to the XF and I think it's a really great camera, here's a quick handheld shot.

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    Here's another, I really like this shot! House, boat and frying pan.

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    Wolgan Valley, NSW. XF/100/SK80

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    Walhalla, Vic.AU. xf/100/SK55

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    Great stuff Bill, both shots, in their own way, so quintessentially Australian!!
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    "Beach Chaos"



    XF/100/SK120. Hand held, centre crop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    "Beach Chaos"



    XF/100/SK120. Hand held, centre crop.
    That last one is a killer.
    I wish the lens was a bit thinner.
    Too wide for my hands, though I continue to use it !!
    One from the other day...
    SK80, f2.8, Manual focus with the WLF. ISO 6400 on IQ3100

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    NSW coast. XF/100/SK80mm.

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    170 degree panorama, Death Valley, Phase one,Hasselblad 50mm 2.8
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    Gum forest, NSW. XF/100/SK35

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    I'm no product photographer, but I thought this bowel made by my wife was worth posting.

    AnnJanik_IMG3435 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Gum forest, NSW. XF/100/SK35

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    It looks like you had a great trip to Australia - good to see our landscape through your camera lens.


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    "The Library" shot made with a multi line panoramic arca swiss head, 3 line each of 7 shot portrait with a 28mm lens, then the image is recovered using stitching panorama on PS, the final result is an image with circa 150Mpixel reduced by 50% then reduced for getDPI..



    The crop of the Globe, is for understanding how ancient it is... there's no Australian continent mapped ! , also the detail is very good, considering the shot is made in quasi complete darkness to protect the books from aging ...



    Enjoy !
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    Phase One IQ250 with Schneider 55mm LS. Taken in Verrado, a community just west of Phoenix, AZ

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    Evening

    I have swapped big landscapes for back home and shooting at the river, I like how this could almost be mountains and weather, I say almost, depends on how much you've had to drink!



    Loving the shapes of the rocks under the water and on the ice, still a lot of it left.

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    Happy Easter days to all of you

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    The Blue Mountains, NSW. xf/100/SK35

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    The Blue Mountains, NSW. xf/100/SK35
    And even though the weather has started to cool you can still see the blue vapour from the eucalypts that gives these hills their name.
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    Another couple of shots taken with my 2 year old in tow (in fact one of them was taken by asking him to press the cable release, so should I be fighting him over copyright?):

    [IMG]IMGP1575Step7sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]IMGP1611Step5sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    The Blue Mountains, NSW. xf/100/SK35

    Bill - lovely to see your shots of Oz. Refreshing to see your take on things that I see so often that I no longer 'see' them!

    Govett's Leap is a wonderful spot, isn't it? I will dig out a shot I took there a few years back some time...

    All the best,

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    Govett's Leap as promised (645D plus 35mm f3.5 A lens) taken in 2012:

    [IMG]PanoCompiledFromBlendedVersionsOf9612-9646Step12Crop2SMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Way better than mine, Ed! I'll have to see what I can do in PS to emulate yours!
    My wife and I hiked a long hot trail to get to Govett's Leap, not knowing we could have driven there!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Frosty, calm morning on Lake Erie. Deceptive, the power of the water is not apparent.

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