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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Thank you so much - you've no idea how much that means to me!
    Gotta give credit where credit is due. Each shot you post is better than the last. There are very few people out there who are this consistent. Most run hot and cold (I include myself in that group), so it's very hard to maintain that level of quality for any period of time.
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    " Caress "







    Caress II by Werner Utsch, on Flickr
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    One more from Munich:
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    That's a NICE shot! Who knew Munich was so nice?
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    That's a NICE shot! Who knew Munich was so nice?
    Thanks! It was actually just outside Munich between two small villages.

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    Buchaille Etive Mor, II

    Buachaille Etive Mor is an imposing mountain at the eastern entrance of Glencoe and Glen Etive; its triangular shape makes for a very photogenic landmark, impossible to miss when traveling towards the Glen. Rather than the usual sunrise or morning shot, I decided to shot Buachaille Etive Mor backlight at sunset; a flock of small, white clouds racing over it added even more magic to the scene.



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    Re: Victory or defeat?

    Quote Originally Posted by Antonio Chagin View Post
    I feel incline to get a Pentax 645. Just checking on people's opinions. Thanks Vieri.
    It's a great camera, and the new lenses are spectacular, 28-45 and 90mm especially so. Oldies are also good but not equally good, and not all of them so; plus you'll be limited on the ultra-wide side, if that's what you need, since the widest you can go today is 28mm (about 22 FOV in 135 format), unless you'll be able to find a used 25mm but, with that, it is very difficult to use filters.

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    A bit of Narnia in Central Park. Leica S(006), Contax 140/2.8 @f/11



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    A quick hand held snap of some aggression around my bird feeder. Pentax 645Z with FA 80-160. Processed with ON1 10 preset to reduce background saturation.

    Last edited by scho; 13th May 2016 at 07:20.
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    Gone home

    The Sacca di Scardovari, in the Po's Delta, is a very atmospheric place - the struggle between man and nature for the control of the land and water is evident at every corner, and the resulting landscape is very inspiring: at the same time, full of beauty and despair.



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    The Cornell boathouse and Ithaca Boatyard Grill on Cayuga Inlet with an unsettled spring sky overhead. Pentax 645z with Pentax-D FA 55mm f/2.8.

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    Ault, France, Plage du Bois de Cise
    Pentax 645Z FA55

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    Freedom Tower looking a bit ominous. Leica S(006), 70 Summarit, Overprocessed in Silver Efex.



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    Sunken Spaceship

    On the shores of Loch Scavaig lies Elgol, a remote and small village set in a beautiful position facing Sgurr Alasdair, the highest peak of the Black Cuillin range and of the Isle of Skye. Elgol's bay is one of my most loved locations on Skye, one that never fails to inspire me with its dramatic and always changing landscapes. A half submerged, colossal boulder reminded me of a sunken spaceship: the clouds hanging over Sgurr Alasdair completed the otherworldly feeling of this image.



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    One more with Leica S 007 and the 100mm Summicron S outside Munich:
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    Quote Originally Posted by 349a View Post
    One more with Leica S 007 and the 100mm Summicron S outside Munich:
    This is so beautiful! Love the colors.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    This is so beautiful! Love the colors.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you, Pramote! That's a very high compliment for me, I'm quite a fan of your work.

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    Last edited by Landscapelover; 14th May 2016 at 16:19.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Sullivan-ish”.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    Sullivan-ish”.
    I really appreciate your interest!!!
    I'd never thought any one would read my mind. I read about his work in the library a couple of weeks ago and was fascinated by his work.
    That's my theme for today.

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    Still work in progress, but wanted to show it here in its current version...

    [IMG]StarTrailsFromFilesIMGP5378-5600Step9sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Nice series of B&W Pramote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Still work in progress, but wanted to show it here in its current version...

    [IMG]StarTrailsFromFilesIMGP5378-5600Step9sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
    I love it! Ed, you may want to consider starting your fan club. I think might join.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Nice series of B&W Pramote.

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    Thanks very much Tom! I've had a great time messing around with the monochrome. I hope no one complaints about it
    This is one of the only few threads at GetDPI I still read. I hope it will still be this way.

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    Paramylodon (Harlan's ground sloth) sculpture by Ricardo Breceda in Borrego Springs, California. IQ180, 40-80mm.


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    Iron Saguaro sculpture by Ricardo Breceda in Borrego Springs, California. IQ180, 40-80mm.

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    Saber Tooth Tiger and Friends.

    sculpture by Ricardo Breceda in Borrego Springs, California. IQ180, 40-80mm.


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    "Fucus vesiculosus"

    Leica S + Summarit 35mm
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    Dieppe

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    2nd compelling reason for me to switch to MFD CCD illustrated:

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    Apologies for uploading a revised version of a shot posted recently. The noisy foreground of the original has been upsetting me, so here is one using different files for that area.

    645Z with 25mm f4 DA

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    [QUOTE=Ed Hurst;691939]Apologies for uploading a revised version of a shot posted recently. The noisy foreground of the original has been upsetting me, so here is one using different files for that area.

    645Z with 25mm f4 DA


    ED...Truly amazing! I really like the composition and mood. Pramote
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    Thanks so much (and also to Abstraction above for your earlier kind words). Much appreciated.

    Promote - your sojourn into B&W is rather remarkable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    I really appreciate your interest!!!
    I'd never thought any one would read my mind. I read about his work in the library a couple of weeks ago and was fascinated by his work.
    That's my theme for today.

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    Oops—“O’Sullivan-ish”!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougDolde View Post
    Iron Saguaro sculpture by Ricardo Breceda in Borrego Springs, California. IQ180, 40-80mm.
    if you set a clone stamp to colour mode in photoshop and sample the blue clouds/sky you can easily paint out the magenta halos without interfering with the structure of the image.
    apologies if the magenta halo was intended (i presume it’s clipping in one channel in those areas and highlight recovery hasn’t been able to keep things colour balanced)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSmith View Post
    if you set a clone stamp to colour mode in photoshop and sample the blue clouds/sky you can easily paint out the magenta halos without interfering with the structure of the image.
    apologies if the magenta halo was intended (i presume it’s clipping in one channel in those areas and highlight recovery hasn’t been able to keep things colour balanced)
    I find the darkening of the tops of the ‘cactus’ even more disturbing; I am assuming that a mask had been applied to the sky (fairly evident on the Toothy Tiger pic), but without excluding the ‘cactus arms’. I use C1’s adjustment layers for this purpose, or layer masks in Pixelmator or Ps for more complex, difficult edges.

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    A stunning picture! If it was me I would turn it into monochrome, something like this below (which was done quick and dirty, but you'll get the point)....
    .... on top of that I would remove the antenna and dish from the picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaapD View Post
    A stunning picture! If it was me I would turn it into monochrome, something like this below (which was done quick and dirty, but you'll get the point)....
    .... on top of that I would remove the antenna and dish from the picture.
    The rusty dish? No no no!
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    Personally, I love the antenna collection in that photo. Once you start seeing them, they're everywhere!

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    A few shots with the 645z and FA 45-85 taken on a short drive up the west shore of Cayuga Lake in the finger lakes region of central NY.

    Looking north up Cayuga Lake from Toro Run vineyard on the west shore.



    In the "flats" area of lower Taughannock gorge.



    An intrepid angler at lower Taughannock Falls just above Cayuga Lake.

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