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    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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    Lovely Vieri. I remember climbing Sgurr nan Gillean 25 years ago on just such a day and you have captured the peaceful, dramatic mood of the place delightfully. You wouldn't know the road (and the Sligachan bar!) are just out of shot ;-)
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    Re: Sugar Nan Gillean, II

    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    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 .
    Indeed, Jurgen! The Isle of Skye is one of my favourite places, the more I go there the more I love it! I hope you'll get there again soon, and this time with much better weather and with no equipment troubles - and, if I may, set aside a few days... you'll need them

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    Stunning image! Beautiful B&W conversion.
    Thank you very much, I am glad you enjoyed it!

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    Lovely Vieri. I remember climbing Sgurr nan Gillean 25 years ago on just such a day and you have captured the peaceful, dramatic mood of the place delightfully. You wouldn't know the road (and the Sligachan bar!) are just out of shot ;-)
    Thank you very much Ed, much appreciated indeed! Indeed, on Skye some location require some hiking, but there is also so much that you can shoot quite close to... a pint!
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    Just got back. Very calm weather, endless days... Not what I had in mind but oh well...
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Continuing the theme. I am having terrific fun with these B+W conversions. They are much more forgiving of lighting conditions. Leica S(006), Contax 140/2.8 @f/5.6



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    Old hemlock roots embedded in crumbling, soft shale bedrock (Taughannock gorge, Ulysses, NY). 645z FA 45-85.

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    Focus stack with the IQ3100, XF stacking app, Mamiya 300mm and Helicon Focus:

    Getting a 404 from Dropbox.

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    Merriam's Tapir. Metal sculptures by Ricardo Breceda in Borrego Springs, California.

    Phase One XF / IQ180, 40-80mm Schneider

    It's 4K resolution if you open the detail version in a new window

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    Morning!

    Glorious weather here, just a few months ago it was -30 with a couple of hours of daylight, now we're light 24hrs and it was 22 degrees yesterday, lovely!

    Went down to the river to teach the dog to swim and grabbed a quick shot of the river bank, just messing around with multiple exposures and a little ICM.

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    Re: Fun with MF images


    | C645 | IQ180 | 80mm F2.0 |
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    Texturing.
    Not a big fan, but interesting to see the effect on occasion. Imo, requires a specific light and right subject/background distance to work well.

    RZ67/50mm/IQ160 (one shot crop)
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    A pair of Sandhill Cranes. XF/100/SK150LS. These are both on the same frame but too far apart to make one picture. 100 mpx does allow for a great deal of cropping!



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    One more of the Iron Saguaro from Galleta Meadows in Borrego Springs, California but from the opposite side on a different day.

    IQ180, 40-80mm

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    Today's shot. Just a simple C1P conversion. Lifted exposure a little, though I really liked it underexposed to be honest - late afternoon sun created a beautiful rim on the chrome.

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    Leica S006, S100 f2. First one @ f2, oof characteristics of S100 lens are quite nice. For those who wish to know it is an image of what we call a Cardinal Spike, I'm certain it has a scientific name of which I have no knowledge. Second @ f11. These are some of the my very first images made with this camera and have not been fully processed. I'm excited about future bw conversions. After shooting the H5D-50c, the menu system is a mess. I really wish Leica could have stayed with an M9 type menu - so simple in comparison.
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    Among the apple blossoms this evening. Cedar Waxwing, XF/100/SK240 at ISO 1600, handheld at 1/180th, f6.3. This is the sort of shot I would never have attempted with the old DF but the XF focus nails the bird's eye every time. And ISO 1600 is so clean, too.

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    "Gimme!" XF/100/SK240

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    Another from the apple tree....XF/100/240LS

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    Made a 36x48 print on canvas of this scene from just north of Lone Pine, California.

    I'm blown away by the detail, almost looks 3D in places. IQ180, 40-80mm

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    Been a tad moist in Sydney the last couple of days!

    645Z plus 6x7 300mm f4 EDIF

    [IMG]IMGP6276Step7sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Fun with Pentax 645z & Pentax smc FA 645 120mm f/4 Macro , processed with Adobe Lightroom:

    Classic Cars on Cal Ave, presented by Keeble & Shuchat, Plao Alto, CA

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    That's a fantastic shot Ed - North side or South Side?




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    Been a tad moist in Sydney the last couple of days!

    645Z plus 6x7 300mm f4 EDIF

    [IMG]IMGP6276Step7sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Been a tad moist in Sydney the last couple of days!

    645Z plus 6x7 300mm f4 EDIF

    [IMG]IMGP6276Step7sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
    That makes me breathless . I try to imagine the sound , when these tons of water crash down .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelorus View Post
    That's a fantastic shot Ed - North side or South Side?
    Thanks! North Curl Curl, viewed from the west.

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    An elderly couple enjoying a fine summer afternoon in Stewart Park on Cayuga Lake. The women seem to always sit facing their man, while he stares straight ahead. Pentax 645z + D-FA 55/2.8.

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    On the North Shore of Lake Superior this morning. XF/100/SK140

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    I do not think the TC qualifies as a "tech cam" no matter how many macro adapters and wires I hang off it.

    "Creativity takes courage." ~ Henri Matisse
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    A view from my desk. The park on the right is the Imperial Palace.
    Fairly difficult to take a decent sunset shot without millions of light fixtures and computer screens being reflected in the window. Some spectacular clouds on occasion.

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    Morning!

    It has been pretty bloody miserable here for the last week, strong winds and stormy conditions, felt like I should take a shot to represent that. A lot of water flowing in the river which is cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Been a tad moist in Sydney the last couple of days!

    645Z plus 6x7 300mm f4 EDIF

    [IMG]IMGP6276Step7sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
    The juxtaposition of the rock solid calm stillness in the foreground contrasting with the violent motion of the water in the background is epic. This shot looks like a painting, as though you had commanded the elements to come together for your own artistic expression.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    A local university has discovered the wisdom and beauty of uncut grasses, so what was the edge of an athletic field now has this appearence. All taken with a 645D; high wind and varying shutter speed.


    _IGP6329 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr

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    _IGP6318 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    A little humor. Leica S(006), Contax 35/3.5 @f/4.8



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    From a recent trip to Palouse.... Actus, IQ3-100, Digitar 120mm Asph.
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    Afternoon!

    A couple of slightly abstract shots from wandering about at the river..



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    One more from Palouse.... Actus, IQ3-100, 72mm Digitar, 3 degree tilt.
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    Palouse.... two shot pano 10mm left and right - not for additional pixels but for FOV. Actus, IQ3-100, 180mm Digitar. Very, very windy conditions and was lucky to get this.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Logo with Moiré. I was picking up a graduation present, and Apple stores have very lenient interior photography rules. Leica S(006), Contax 35/3.5 @f/8. I got the S because of its natural color rendition - and I'm processing mostly in B&W. Ironic...



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    One of my favourite locations, Rossport on Lake Superior. XF/100/SK35

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    Haven't shared in awhile, here's the Atlanta skyline at dusk from the Jackson Street Overlook. H4D-40, 35-90mm, RRS TVC-33, RRS BH-55.

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    Haven't posted anything in awhile so I finally forced myself to go through some pics from this spring and summer. I'm still getting good mileage out of my Hasselblad H4D-40.

    Golden Gate Bridge from Marshall's Beach. H4D-40, 35-90mm, RRS TVC-33, RRS BH-55, Formatt-Hitech IRND 10 stop
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    St. Simons Island, GA Pier. H4D-40, 28mm, RRS TVC-33, RRS BH-55, Formatt-Hitech IRND 10 stop
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    Atlanta Skyline. H4D-40, 35-90mm, RRS TVC-33, RRS BH-55.
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    Manhattan Skyline from Brooklyn. H4D-40, 28mm, RRS TVC-33, RRS BH-55, Formatt-Hitech IRND 10 stop
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    A scene along Moffat Ranch Road north of Lone Pine, IQ180, 40-80mm
    Recently made a 36x48 print on canvas that has so much detail it almost looks 3D


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    Another view of the Steel Saguaro in Borrego Springs. IQ180, 40-80mm
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    IQ180 / 645DF / 35mm Phase lens



    Sketch of the same location - refining the ideas.

    Location: Kwiambal NP, New South Wales
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    Another from Palouse. A very rainy dreary day...... Actus, 180mm Digitar, IQ3-100.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    I got the S because of its natural color rendition - and I'm processing mostly in B&W. Ironic...
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    Too true
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    " Half Moon And Cross "





    Half Moon and Cross II by Werner Utsch, on Flickr

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Leica S(006), 35 Summarit @f/5.6 Another nice hazy day in the park.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Same gear as above. The S 35 lens is very similar to the Contax 35, but it's a) a stop wider, b) waterproof, and c) well, "cheap" isn't a word you can use with S lenses, but it was half what I was expecting to pay. Setting expectations is everything!

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    Harvested some garlic a bit early. Still it's lovely.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    But I once was a Geometer....



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    Matt,

    I have to give you a for using the english language so well, as in Geometer ...
    (Sorry, it's a British thing since living in the US)
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Matt,

    I have to give you a for using the english language so well, as in Geometer ...
    (Sorry, it's a British thing since living in the US)
    Thank you, Graham.

    I have long suspected that it was the commentary accompanying my photos that was the real source of their "likes".

    ,

    Matt
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