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    Afternoon

    Went down to a bloody freezing lake this morning with a brave friend!

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    False Creek, Vancouver, BC
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Afternoon

    Went down to a bloody freezing lake this morning with a brave friend!
    Bloody good lesson on composition!

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    This is terrific.
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    Taken during Sydney's annual Vivid Festival - 645Z plus 28-45 f4.5 DA lens @ 43mm and ISO 1600.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abstraction View Post
    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.
    Really appreciate this - and sorry for the slow reply (haven't been here much for a wee while)

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    645Z plus 90mm f2.8 DFA.

    Everyday Sydney scene with the lights of the annual Vivid Festival creating an iconic background.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Castor Canadensis - Canada's symbol, though I'm not sure we're all as hard working as he is! XF/100/SK240. Both at ISO 1600.



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    Northern Ontario. XF/100/SK150

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    Morning.

    Here's another shot from the weekend after the storm had rolled through and she had warmed up a bit, I sent her back in to the water! Different feel with much flatter light but I like it too.

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    Trying an old (but like new condition) Pentax A-35/3.5 lens on the 645z.

    Farmers market, single shot at f/11



    Trail head near Cornell boathouse , two shot focus stack (produced some ghosting in the moving clouds)

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Trying an old (but like new condition) Pentax A-35/3.5 lens on the 645z.
    Carl:

    I think you will find the 35mm A to be a very nice lens.

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    Pentax 645Z plus 6x7 75mm f2.8 AL lens

    Firstly without boat trails:

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    And now with:

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    I have this antiquated low ISO only sensor. So what could make more sense than shooting in the subway?

    Leica S(006), 35 Summarit @f/2.5 ISO 800





    Some rule of composition or other would tell me to crop out that sliver of bright tile on the right, and yet I *like* it there. Does it have to go?

    And finally, I have no opinion about the new Hasselblad because I haven't handled it yet!

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    A lovely shot Pramote, the lenticulars are just the icing on this cake!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelorus View Post
    A lovely shot Pramote, the lenticulars are just the icing on this cake!
    Thank you very much Pelorus for your kind words! I really appreciate them. Pramote

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    Back from Niigata once again. Feels like I am gradually relocating there....


    Matt: Great shots at the lake. I am hoping to catch up on the theme this August home in Sweden...booked the ticket already..
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I once took a very similar shot with an SK35XL/IQ140. I'm happy to report that the Leica S(006), 35 Summarit combo is every bit as nice (though no shifts or tilts, alas).

    Time Warner Center. Always good for some reflections.



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    "Back in time"
    Cecilia wanted the look of the picture to match her look from the 70`s. I used Capture One for all post-processing:
    Leica S + Summarit 70mm

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    "Intimo"
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    Reflections outside the Ray-Ban store in SoHo. Leica S(006), 35 Summarit @f/8 1/15 sec.



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    Another from Sydney's Vivid Festival. 645Z plus 25mm f4 DA.

    Which do you prefer? With car trails or without?

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    I don't consider myself a portrait photographer but just occasionally.....XF/100/SK150

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    One from a couple of days ago. XF/100/SK150

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    New England Power in Somerset, Massachusetts used to burn coal, but 15 years ago they were mandated to convert to natural gas or cease operations,
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    With.

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    With.

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    Thanks Marc. I still can't decide, so your input is much appreciated.

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    Georgian Bay XF/100/SK35

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    Thanks Marc. I still can't decide, so your input is much appreciated.

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    I prefer the image without boat trails, and the image with car trails
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    Recently returned from the Galapagos. Not sure if these small islands have a name. Click image for larger version. 

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    More Galapagos . . . Click image for larger version. 

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    Balanced Rock at Sunset

    Balanced Rock, in Arches NP, at sunset. Pentax 645z, 28-45mm f/4.5, ND and Grad ND filters, polariser, 10 seconds at f/22.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Thanks Marc. I still can't decide, so your input is much appreciated.

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    I like it with streaks as well. They add movement to the foreground, make the scene more dynamic and act as leading lines towards the main point of interest.

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    That's just perfect. Love it.

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    First of all, this is a joke. The thread is "Fun with..", well, I'm having fun. I was very close to where HCB took his fabulous shot of the lower Manhattan court houses. In fact, comparing with the original, I was standing about three feet too far to the right. Not bad by eyeball. Unfortunately for me, I lacked his lighting, subjects, and timing. That leaves only technology, and so this is what's left. Still, it's great architecture even without the grinning lawyers.



    The pillars on the left are the State Courthouse, the building with the pillars in the distance is the old Federal Courthouse. More on that later..

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    In 1984, I took this with a Pentax 67...



    The tall building on the right is the old Federal Courthouse viewed from the back. Yesterday, I was in the same location and took almost the same picture (I didn't have quite as wide a lens this time), but I bet you can identify the NEW Federal courthouse.



    Very sad for my friend from whose balcony both shots were taken. He also used to have a great view of the WTC, but lost most of it to the new courthouse, and the rest to later events.

    OK, enough history and back to photography.

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    Southern Manhattan skyline at dusk, featuring the humbly named "New York by Ghery" building. I can see at least two buildings in which I used to work <shudder>.

    Leica S(006), 70 Summarit @f/6.8



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    And finally, something organic - a sunflower growing on my friend's balcony from which I was shooting the skyline.

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    Wait! I lied. One more - this shows the building and balcony from which the other shots were taken. It's the top notch on the right side of the left hand tower - the 24th floor. 35 Summarit @ f/11



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