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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Striking and gorgeous!
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    Re: Fun with MF images



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    Striking and gorgeous!

    Mat,

    Thanks very much for your kind words! I really appreciate your compliment.
    It makes my coffee taste much better

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    That's just perfect. Love it.[/QUOTE]

    Thank you very much for the kind words.
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    That's just perfect. Love it.
    Thank you very much for the kind words.[/QUOTE]

    I appreciate it very much. Pramote

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    The same view under flatter light, but a 6 panel stitch with the Leica S 70 for resolution fans. Not visible here, of course, but the original is 13,000 by 6300. Yes, an IQ3100 could almost do that in a single frame with a very wide lens.



    Trying your patience,

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    Another from Northern Ontario. XF/100/SK35

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    Re: Balanced Rock at Sunset

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    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.



    Thank you for viewing, best

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    Beautiful capture, snow and all!! I've been there several times and know exactly where you were standing.
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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



    --Matt
    This was NOT taken with a medium format camera, only a Leica Q, but it's a different perspective on the towers shown previously in this thread, and I thought it relevant. I've known these buildings for over 30 years and had never seen them from this PoV. That's Chinatown in the background.



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    A rather splendid morning in rural NSW.

    All with 645Z.

    120mm A
    [IMG]IMGP9149Step3SSsRGBSpotSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    120mm A (multi-shot pano)
    [IMG]PanoFromFilesIMGP9166-76Step4SSsRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    120mm A
    [IMG]IMGP9188Step4SSsRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    120mm A
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    90mm DFA
    [IMG]IMGP9136Step4SSsRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    This was NOT taken with a medium format camera, only a Leica Q, but it's a different perspective on the towers shown previously in this thread, and I thought it relevant. I've known these buildings for over 30 years and had never seen them from this PoV. That's Chinatown in the background.

    --Matt
    Again, I interject with a Leica Q panorama, but I think it's a much better picture of Chatham Towers than the one I recently posted, and it's over 40 MP, and... oh, OK, I just want to post it in a forum where people actually visit.



    But seriously, NOW I'm going back to the S(006).

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    Leica S, 100 f2. Buck Lake, FL.
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    C

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    P45+ 80mm f2.8 HC
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    Haven't posted here for a very long time. Work consuming my life these days and photography taking a back seat!

    (Linhof Techno, full front tilt, SK120, ISO800+, Single lamp to the right and regular overhead house light)
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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    I do not think the TC qualifies as a "tech cam" no matter how many macro adapters and wires I hang off it.

    Really lovely Darr! The graphic quality of the processing is very special. (I thought TC == Technical Camera??)
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    Stormy weather over Zabriskie

    Zabriskie Point is one of Death Valley's landmarks; here Manley Beacon's ridge is lit by the morning sun under a stormy sky.



    With the Pentax 645z, 28-45mm, grad ND, solid ND, polariser. Thanks for viewing, best

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    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post
    Really lovely Darr! The graphic quality of the processing is very special. (I thought TC == Technical Camera??)
    Hi wentbackward

    TC meaning ALPA TC. Not a camera at all, just an expensive frame that connects a lens to a back.
    I did buy the additional black handle (as shown below) because I use it like a SWC, but with a Schneider 28xl and a CFV50c.

    Thank you for your comments!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Still life called morning things
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    Manitoba skyscape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Manitoba skyscape.
    Nice. Love the prairie.
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    A very well refurbished meter class sailboat.
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    Definitely in the FUN section.



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    The quite rare Ram's Head Ladyslipper orchid. Bruce Peninsula. XF/100/SK120. I find the waist level finder is very useful for this sort of shot.

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    Morning!

    Last week I picked up a 210mm f4 lens for 400, perfect condition and is a superb lens, very impressed! Quick shot from messing around with it last night, a couple of shots stacked to get this, looks lovely in print.

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    Here's a quick shot from this afternoon, a huge storm rolled through and I just got down to the river in time to catch the last bit of sunlight hitting the water before everything went black and very wet. Not a great image but all I could manage before the deluge started!

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    Butterflies are starting to appear. This is a Fritillary of some sort. 645Z, 400mm FA, handheld AF.

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    [QUOTE=tsjanik;698668]Butterflies are starting to appear. This is a Fritillary of some sort. 645Z, 400mm FA, handheld AF.


    I really like this.
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    Thanks Rick. Since you are encouraging me, here's another. There were about 10 of these guys landing on cone flowers.
    This too with the 400mm; I really like the OOF areas with this lens

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    Another from Georgian Bay.

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    Quarterback Tehran Thomas who just committed to UC Davis. Phase One XF,IQ250, Schneider 80mm F7.1 @ ISO100,

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    Some quite nice light this evening as I was wandering about, grabbed a quick shot before it rained.

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    Fountain in the Park
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    The Green Frog, my means of travel on Georgian Bay. XF/100/SK35

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    Afternoon.

    I picked up a 55 f2.8 AF lens last week for 150!! Wasn't expecting much but for that price it was worth the risk and just throw it away if it was crap, anyway it's not bad! Miserable start to the day here so found somewhere dark and moody for some testing, I quite like this for just messing around.



    Quite nice in black and white too.



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    Afternoon.

    I picked up a 55 f2.8 AF lens last week for 150!! Wasn't expecting much but for that price it was worth the risk and just throw it away if it was crap, anyway it's not bad! Miserable start to the day here so found somewhere dark and moody for some testing, I quite like this for just messing around.

    Mat
    You're worrying me, Mat. At this rate, you'll never get back to the Leica S.

    I am, of course, joking. Great work with the XF and tech camera! (and you can't really find those kind of deals in lenses that will AF on the S. MF, sure but not like what works on the Phase.)

    Best,

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    Ha, the S is still in my sights, just not necessary quite yet, still enjoying the XF and the 260 is a really superb back for what I shoot. True, the Phase does really well for cheap lenses with decent performance but they are not the same quality by a long stretch as the S, and what I really miss is that uniformity through the range. Not liking the size and weight either too much compared with the S but I'll live!

    I hope you're enjoying the 006, a superb bit of kit, it's what I will buy when the time comes.

    Enjoy the weekend.

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    No question about the quality of the S lenses but one can find some real bargains to use with the host of adapters available out there. I just bought a Pentax 300 f/4 with the same thoughts in mind as with your 55 and it has turned out to be quite good.
    All the best.

    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Ha, the S is still in my sights, just not necessary quite yet, still enjoying the XF and the 260 is a really superb back for what I shoot. True, the Phase does really well for cheap lenses with decent performance but they are not the same quality by a long stretch as the S, and what I really miss is that uniformity through the range. Not liking the size and weight either too much compared with the S but I'll live!

    I hope you're enjoying the 006, a superb bit of kit, it's what I will buy when the time comes.

    Enjoy the weekend.

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    Thanks, Mat. I'm still enjoying the hell out of the S.

    I was trying to take a pano of the sunset and vastly overexposed one frame. Sadly, I like it more than the "correct" final result.

    S(006), 35 Summarit 1/4 second (hand held - oops).



    Here's the 3 panel stitch.



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    Quote Originally Posted by pesto View Post
    No question about the quality of the S lenses but one can find some real bargains to use with the host of adapters available out there. I just bought a Pentax 300 f/4 with the same thoughts in mind as with your 55 and it has turned out to be quite good.
    All the best.
    I had that lens 30 years ago. Great optics, but I just can't MF well enough on the S. I have the split prism focusing screen, but even the Contax 120/4 Macro is just tough to get perfect. Now on the (007), I could use magnified view, but I don't have that feature - yet.

    Now the Contax 210/4 is a great deal in an AF lens. The copy I tried, the AF was a bit off at distance, and there's no way to fine tune the AF on the S, so I sent it back.

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    Another of the Manitoba prairie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Another of the Manitoba prairie.
    There is, or was, a homestead there; relief from the sun and wind. Lovely
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