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    Evening!

    I'm really not a fan of ICM stuff but walking the dog last night, we had a good sunset and as I was at the edge of the forest I just took a quick shot handheld looking out from the tree line, well, it is a fun thread after all!

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    Window Cascadilla rowing club boathouse. Pentax 645z FA 45-85. Handheld shot with GPS unit attached. Click image for large version with exif for google map satellite image from GPS data - spot on for shot location.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Window Cascadilla rowing club boathouse. Pentax 645z FA 45-85. Handheld shot with GPS unit attached. Click image for large version with exif for google map satellite image from GPS data - spot on for shot location.
    Hi Carl, which GPS unit did you buy? I need one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Hi Carl, which GPS unit did you buy? I need one.
    Michiel, I purchased the Pentax GPS Unit O-GPS1 from Amazon and it works fine on the 645z.
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    Pinnacles NP, Western Australia.

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    P30+ and HC50-110. Tempted to upgrade to a P45+ Thoughts?



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    Pentax 645D and A35mm

    Stop chasing gear, start chasing photos instead.

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    Decaying Watchtower of the Great Wall of China near Beijing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Pinnacles NP, Western Australia.
    So cool. Australia can look like you're on another planet.
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    Yport, Normandy

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Taken this evening. A calm Lake Erie shore. Not an image I would usually print or post, but I'd like to see more images posted, so here's one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Not an image I would usually print or post, but I'd like to see more images posted, so here's one.

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    Nice image, how do you find 3100 differ from 280/180/previous IQ? In term of color, clarity, and gradation.

    What iso and shutter speed?

    Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    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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    Hi Tom,

    Lovely image, thanks for posting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Taken this evening. A calm Lake Erie shore. Not an image I would usually print or post, but I'd like to see more images posted, so here's one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Your wish is my command

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    Is this a single shifted image or 2 shifted images stitched together?

    Thanks
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I took this a few weeks ago, in what I hope was the last snow of the spring. I'm looking into more abstract, but literal images. This is not quite there, but I thought I'd post it. Any thoughts appreciated.

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    " Spring Out "







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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarnia View Post
    Is this a single shifted image or 2 shifted images stitched together?

    Thanks
    Single shifted.

    Canadian First World War Memorial at Vimy.
    We payed it a visit, in miserable weather, with our Canadian family, very impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I took this a few weeks ago, in what I hope was the last snow of the spring. I'm looking into more abstract, but literal images. This is not quite there, but I thought I'd post it. Any thoughts appreciated.

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    I think it worked just fine, Tom!
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    Another from Australia - Tasmania.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I took this a few weeks ago, in what I hope was the last snow of the spring. I'm looking into more abstract, but literal images. This is not quite there, but I thought I'd post it. Any thoughts appreciated.

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    Oh, I just adore that shot! That's just soo, soo good!






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    Love it!! Great stuff!!! Kudos!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    I think it worked just fine, Tom!
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    Thanks Bill. The red brush and early leaves on the trees were just what I was looking for. A more elegantly shaped willow would have been ideal; that tree has a lot of scars.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Could buy the Pentax 67 55-100/4.5 for scraps and tryed it out yesterday. Good zoom but the weight is 1210 grams together with the Z almost 3 kilo's is even
    for me a bit much.

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    Wow there are some great shots in here lately.
    Shows why it's best to stay out of the argument threads and just admire what people can actually do with a camera.

    645D & 55mm 2.8

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    [QUOTE=Dogs857;689762]Wow there are some great shots in here lately.
    Shows why it's best to stay out of the argument threads and just admire what people can actually do with a camera.


    I couldn't agree more! After I read the posts on "ends" and "directions" etc etc yesterday, I decided to go out and simply enjoy my MF gear. A rather grey day but my favourite island. XF/100/SK35 - which amazes me with it's DOF. (I understand the physics of DOF but this lens seems to have "more".) I use the hyperfocal facility of the XF with it at F11 routinely.

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    Some recent Sydney images with 645Z and the wonderful 28-45:

    [IMG]IMGP1961Step6sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]IMGP1897BWVersionStep8sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    [IMG]PanoFromFilesIMGP2045-60Step5sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Incidentally, that last image was taken on the day that Prince's death was announced, during a sunset rain shower, so perhaps Purple Rain would be suitable title.
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    From the very top of the same country

    645D with A35mm

    Stop chasing gear, start chasing photos instead.

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    Another from later in the day.

    645D and A35mm

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    Very nice images, Dogs!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Very nice images, Dogs!

    Thanks mate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I took this a few weeks ago, in what I hope was the last snow of the spring. I'm looking into more abstract, but literal images. This is not quite there, but I thought I'd post it. Any thoughts appreciated.

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    Tom...I really like it. I tried to go out as much as possible during the snow. It gives me an abstract feeling. Pramote
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    Tom,

    Mine is not as good as yours. I took it during the last spring snow storm in Denver.
    This is my favorite pond in state park 5 minutes from my home. It's a great place for bird watching.

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    an old one for Michiel, fellow ship lover: blad 205TCC, 40if, 39mpx back
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    Spring arrives in NE North America. I really enjoy this time as leaves and blossoms first appear.

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    Beautiful!

    Sometimes it's unfortunate that these fora are segregated by sensor size and/or brand. This is in a similar spirit, but taken with an iPhone

    IPhone Photos

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Another image I'm working on. Taken during winter at a local harbor just as the setting sun shone through the mists. Reminds me why I enjoy early spring so much.

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    Wow!
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    Wow!
    Ditto - ditto



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    Another image I'm working on. Taken during winter at a local harbor just as the setting sun shone through the mists. Reminds me why I enjoy early spring so much.

    IMGP0138 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    Lovely image !!!!

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    Cherry Creek State Park
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    Chatfield State Park, CO
    I love trees! It's liked lens, it's had a character and never been the same.

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    Sunrise at Mesa Arch, II

    Mesa Arch, in Canyonlands National Park (Utah, U.S.A.), is a window opening onto an abyss; looking through it before sunrise, when the world is pitch dark, may even be a bit scary. Once the first light of dawn starts lighting it up and making it glow in incredibly brilliant and warm oranges, however, and you stand behind it seeing the world come to life through this spectacular window opening, you feel like there is nowhere else you'd rather wanted to be.



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    Lower Antelope. Busy place, new rules (all tours guided now, no more 2 hours on your own in this canyon. Photography tours require dSLR or mirrorless equivalent and tripod).


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    From the very top of the same country

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    Hi Dogs

    Here is an image - I may have posted before, taken on the beach just a short distance from where your excellent image was taken.




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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    an old one for Michiel, fellow ship lover: blad 205TCC, 40if, 39mpx back
    Here's another one from that afternoon, also with the Pentax 67 55-100 lens.

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    Bruce Peninsula National Park. XF/100/SK35.
    The white patches are vestiges of snow! (Taken a couple of weeks ago.)

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    Hi Dogs

    Here is an image - I may have posted before, taken on the beach just a short distance from where your excellent image was taken.

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    Ahoy Mal.

    I remember you mucking about with the Dugong bones, very nicely done indeed. Only about 100m down the beach as well. We've actually been warned off this spot as there has been a new croc that has taken up residence there. He's a big boy too apparently, though I am yet to spot him.
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    Collaroy Beach (Sydney, NSW) with 645Z

    25mm f4 DA
    [IMG]IMGP2436Step4SSsRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    120mm f4 A
    [IMG]IMGP2341Step4FlatSSsRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Re: Sunrise at Mesa Arch, II

    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    Mesa Arch, in Canyonlands National Park (Utah, U.S.A.), is a window opening onto an abyss; looking through it before sunrise, when the world is pitch dark, may even be a bit scary. Once the first light of dawn starts lighting it up and making it glow in incredibly brilliant and warm oranges, however, and you stand behind it seeing the world come to life through this spectacular window opening, you feel like there is nowhere else you'd rather wanted to be.



    With the PhaseOne P65+ on a Silvestri Bicam + Flexibellows. Thanks for viewing! Best regards,

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    Realto Beach, Olympic NP. H5D-50C, HCD 28mm. Click image for larger version. 

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    [QUOTE=Ed Hurst;690403]Collaroy Beach (Sydney, NSW) with 645Z

    Ed - The first image is amazing!! Curious - how much post processing did you need to do?
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