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    Re: Fun with MF images

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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.
    Oh.. no.. I would hate to loose the subtle color dégradé of the cold blue/green sea counterweighted by the red of the bricks. For me the colors add a lot to the picture, although it is always interesting to see how a picture would look in B&W. I have nothing against the antennae either and like the three cascading round shapes of the satellite dishes and the road sign.

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    Was fortunate to visit the Hallerbos forest near Brussels with a wonderful balance of bluebells and light green foliage. Of course I photographed the usual compositions but had a great time trying some blurs with the XF/IQ3100 kit.

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    The Fairy Pools

    In its descent towards Loch Brittle, River Brittle (on the isle of Skye in Scotland) forms a constant series of delightful waterfalls and pools. The more famous and photographed of these are called the Fairy Pools, but as is often the case if you'll keep exploring the river you'll find many more photogenic locations worth a stop. This is the Fairly Pools proper.



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    Pentax 645Z Mamiya shift 50/4
    I found out that the mamiya shift is actually not very suitable for city nightshots. It flares like crazy, especially with citylights nearby.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    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.
    Thanks Jaap! I saw this just now.
    For me the colours are important, especially since this is from a series on the Normandy/Picardy coastline.
    And the ocean on these coasts is constantly changing its colors.
    (It would have to be something extremely disturbing before I will ever remove anything from a picture)
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    One from a recent black and white project..

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    Sgurr Alasdair from Elgol

    On the shores of Loch Scavaig lies Elgol, a remote and small village set in a beautiful position facing Sgurr Alasdair, the highest peak both of the Black Cuillin range and of the Isle of Skye in general. Elgol's bay is one of my most beloved locations on Skye, one that never fails to inspire me with its dramatic and always changing landscapes. Here a beehive-shaped stone cliff, the moving clouds and Sgurr Alasdair makes for a surreal, otherworldly landscape.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    " Peony II "





    Peony II by Werner Utsch, on Flickr

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    H5D-50c. 100 f2.2 @ f16, 4 minutes. Cooper River Bridge, Charleston, SC. I want to thank Eric Peterson of Hasselblad/Bron for allowing me to test this wonderful camera for a few days. Unfortunately we had grey skies and rain most of the time (naturally) but I got out when I could. Fantastic detail from this camera. Jpeg shown here a poor substitute for the RAW out of the camera. Adjustments in ACR. I would have downloaded Phocus and used it, but as most of my images are bw I went with what I know best.
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    That's a cool looking bridge John, nice shot!

    Here's another from my recent messing about with black and white.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post

    Here's another from my recent messing about with black and white.

    Those are some magnificent B&W images Mat!

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    Thanks Peter, very kind of you to say!

    Have a nice evening.

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    Also playing with B+W. Leica S(006), Contax 35/3.5 @f/11. Trying to break my habit of horizontal and vertical lines.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    Also playing with B+W. Leica S(006), Contax 35/3.5 @f/11. Trying to break my habit of horizontal and vertical lines.


    --Matt
    I reckon cropping out the dark bits at the bottom would strengthen the composition, with a bit of vignetting to further concentrate the eye.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    All shot with 645Z and the superlative 28-45 f4.5 DA.

    [IMG]PanoFromFilesIMGP5754-59Step8SSsRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]PanoFromFilesIMGP5754-59Step10Crop2SpotSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]IMGP5753Step4FlatSSsRGBSpotSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Mat and Vieri - lovely shots. Particularly like the B&W.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    I reckon cropping out the dark bits at the bottom would strengthen the composition, with a bit of vignetting to further concentrate the eye.
    You may well be right. I left the dark part in to provide another layer in what would be otherwise too uniform a texture. Thank you for the suggestions. I'll experiment some more.

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    You may well be right. I left the dark part in to provide another layer in what would be otherwise too uniform a texture. Thank you for the suggestions. I'll experiment some more.

    --Matt
    I find myself a little torn on this. On the one hand, I like the dark area as it 'grounds' the composition, giving it some depth at the bottom, some variation in tones... The arches to the right of the dark area also help to lead the eye in. The trouble is the plain zone to the left of the dark area is a little lacking in detail and, as a result, can be seen as a bit of a distracting 'blob'. On balance, though, i think I would leave the dark area in the shot, as I think it lacks depth without it.
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    Morning

    Another black and white, I'm in that sort of mood!

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    Bois du Nord

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    Another one. f11 @ 6 minutes. This one really does have gobs of fine detail which is difficult to discern in a jpeg. I think it is nice enough for a large print.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    All shot with 645Z and the superlative 28-45 f4.5 DA.


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    All very good, but the last one is definitely the best for me. Thanks for sharing!

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Couple more from Hallerbos, all with XF/IQ3100:





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    Wonderful colors and composition, Ed.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    First, thank you all for the likes and suggestions.

    I doubled the vignetting - I always add some, but agree that it was scarcely visible before. It could possibly use more.



    I promise not to deluge the thread with further slightly altered versions!

    Best,

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    This evening. XF/100/SK150

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    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    All very good, but the last one is definitely the best for me. Thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks Vieri - appreciate the feedback very much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBrew View Post
    Wonderful colors and composition, Ed.
    Much appreciated, John :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Couple more from Hallerbos, all with XF/IQ3100:





    Lovely, Ed. Those bluebell scenes make me homesick for England :-)

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    Pramote - is this where I joke about your wonderful shot being a little grainy?
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    110mm 6 image stitch with RZ67ProIID and IQ160 in Tokyo. View from a rooftop at Omotesando.

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    110mm 6 image stitch with RZ67ProIID and IQ160 in Tokyo. View from a rooftop at Omotesando.
    Dmitri,

    I saw your larger version on FM. You might consider linking to something that size or larger here. The details are great.

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    Pramote - is this where I joke about your wonderful shot being a little grainy? Ed [/QUOTE]

    Thanks Ed. I remember that!

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Morning fog, Bryce Canyon, NP. H4D-60, 50-100. Click image for larger version. 

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    Dmitri,

    I saw your larger version on FM. You might consider linking to something that size or larger here. The details are great.

    --Matt
    Matt

    Thank you very much. It's the same image as FM is linked to. For some reason it seems to be scaled down here. Maybe it is because I am simply using IMG BBcode tags manually rather than going through "Insert image" from the editor panel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cerett View Post
    Morning fog, Bryce Canyon, NP. H4D-60, 50-100. Click image for larger version. 

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    So, so lovely!! Great shot!!!
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    So, so lovely!! Great shot!!![/QUOTE]

    Thank you for your kind words.
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    "Velociraptor" Metal sculpture by Ricardo Breceda in Borrego Springs, California. IQ180, 40-80mm

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Neist Point, the most western point of the Isle of Skye, together with its lighthouse are among the best known landmarks of the island. In this photograph, I composed juxtaposing the stony heavy cliff's mass with the feather light mass of the pink cloud above it, using a thin line of white mist to separate the two parts of the image. To complete the geometry of this composition, both of the cliff's and the cloud's shapes together contribute to create a triangle pointing at the lighthouse.



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    I seem to be in a rut. Another B+W New York City Landmark - St. Patrick's Cathedral. Leica S(006), Contax 35/3.5 @f/8
    The image could be cleaned up by cropping the bottom a bit, but I have the bad habit of getting attached to little details in a photo.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cerett View Post
    Morning fog, Bryce Canyon, NP. H4D-60, 50-100. Click image for larger version. 

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    Iris are starting.

    _IMG3972 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Focus stack with the IQ3100, XF stacking app, Mamiya 300mm and Helicon Focus:


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    Just a snapshot from few days ago.
    Omotesando, view towards Shibuya. Tokyo, obviously.

    Rz67/110mm/IQ160


    Ed: Well, original is 2048px and embedding obviously auto resizes.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    A couple of shots of the rare Calypso Orchid, Bruce Peninsula National Park. Both with the XF/100/SK 120 LS. This flower is only about 10 cms. tall. The second shot was close to 1:1.




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    And on my way to the orchid I ran across Rana Clamitans (Green Frog) and was glad I had the waist level viewfinder fitted for a Frog's Eye view. Incidentally, in the Raw file at 100% with the shadows boosted, I can see myself in his eye! XF/100/SK120.

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    Sugar Nan Gillean, II

    The impressive shape of Sgurr Nan Gillean, one of the Cuillin's peaks, stands proud behind Allt Dearg Mor, a tributary to River Sligachan on the Isle of Skye. Using a long exposure to shape the clouds and the water and choosing Black & White perfectly conveyed the mood I was after when seeing this scene on location.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Yes Vieri . The ISLE OF SKYE is just a wonderful place to shoot . Thank you for showing your images .
    I have been there twice . The first time in pouring rain . And the second time , I only had my HORSEMAN 6x12 , when unfortunately the film transport was blocked and I had no spare magazine .
    But I will return . Sligachan , here I come .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    The impressive shape of Sgurr Nan Gillean, one of the Cuillin's peaks, stands proud behind Allt Dearg Mor, a tributary to River Sligachan on the Isle of Skye. Using a long exposure to shape the clouds and the water and choosing Black & White perfectly conveyed the mood I was after when seeing this scene on location.


    With the Pentax 645z and the 28-45mm f/4.5. Thanks for viewing! Best,

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    Stunning image! Beautiful B&W conversion.
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    Pentax 645Z, ISO 6400, handheld on a moving ferry, 1/30 @ f4.5 on 28-45 (at 28mm) with image stabilisation on:

    [IMG]IMGP5313Step7SSsRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]


    Same settings for this one, except ISO 3200

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    Morning fog, Bryce Canyon, NP. H4D-60, 50-100. Click image for larger version. 

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    The tones, colours, mood, crispness, depth - all delightful.

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