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    Testing my "new" lens a 50mm f4 Distagon C none T*, shutter speeds remarkably are within 1/3rd stop across the range. Shot at f4 when a bit more would have been better perhaps, not known for near field performance (hence the FLE version) for this type of shot not really an issue.
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    Evening, I hope everyone has had a nice weekend!

    I have been messing around with my super cheap lens purchases today, got a friend to help me out and went down to the waterfall. I have wanted to shoot a person here for ages, really difficult to get a sense of scale without a body in the shot. Anyway, just messing about, nothing serious but I quite like this, a large amount of water flowing at the moment.

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    Aaide from the fantastic setting, nothing like this here in Florida, and just being a well captured dramatic image, you certainly do seem to have quite a supply of loveley models
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    Thanks Douglas, you'll have to come and visit, bring the Leica!

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Rocky beach, Bruce Peninsula NP. XF/100/SK80

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    a large amount of water flowing at the moment.

    Brave soul ....


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    Not really bob, she's a good 15m from the water, just used a 240mm to compress the scene a bit, she was completely safe!
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    Here's one from the same bit of river in the forest I photographed yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Here's one from the same bit of river in the forest I photographed yesterday.

    Mat


    Both are gorgeous pictures ... and I am relieved at the explanation of distance from the swell ... know of a number of deaths
    from rafting and kayaking rapids here ... high water is a blast but only if you are prepared for it.

    Again ... wonderful series!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Love Love Love this! Camera rig & settings please.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by aztwang View Post
    Love Love Love this! Camera rig & settings please.

    Cheers

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    Hi Don,

    Thanks very much for your kind words! I truly appreciate them.
    I used to put the setting in all pictures but has stopped doing that due to changing environment of the GetDPI.
    The Moulton Barn in Grand Teton NP was taken early this morning with the barn facing east.
    The setting is IQ3100/DF+ (have XF but doesn't work well with all lenses I've had)/SK 150 LS/ISO 50, f/8, 1/500.
    Raw processing in C1---> file adjustment in PS--->Silver Efex Pro 2 (usually with fine art process with local adjustment)--->PS again for some adjustment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post

    great picture, but i never really like those "short time" long exposure images, when the star trails are too short, makes my mind so restless

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Hi Don,

    Thanks very much for your kind words! I truly appreciate them.
    I used to put the setting in all pictures but has stopped doing that due to changing environment of the GetDPI.
    The Moulton Barn in Grand Teton NP was taken early this morning with the barn facing east.
    The setting is IQ3100/DF+ (have XF but doesn't work well with all lenses I've had)/SK 150 LS/ISO 50, f/8, 1/500.
    Raw processing in C1---> file adjustment in PS--->Silver Efex Pro 2 (usually with fine art process with local adjustment)--->PS again for some adjustment.

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    Thank you Pramote. Are you pleased with your 100Back?...AND tell me more about your XF not playing well with some of your glass...I find this interesting!

    Thanks

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    A couple of star trail images taken using 645Z and 25mm f4 DA lens. South coast of NSW.

    [IMG]PanoFromStarTrails(IMGP9499-9585)PlusForegroundFramesStep7sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]StarTrailsFromFilesIMGP9232-9402Step6sRGBCropSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    [QUOTE=mjr;699144]Evening, I hope everyone has had a nice weekend!

    I have been messing around with my super cheap lens purchases today, got a friend to help me out and went down to the waterfall. I have wanted to shoot a person here for ages, really difficult to get a sense of scale without a body in the shot. Anyway, just messing about, nothing serious but I quite like this, a large amount of water flowing at the moment.

    "Messing around?" Amazing and beautiful image.

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    Thanks cerett, very kind of you to say!

    Here's another at the risk of boring people, this time with my trusty £150 55mm, this is closer to what I was looking to try, I really wanted a dark and ominously cloudy day so I could have the girl glow a little in her dress if that makes sense but the weather didn't play ball so as it was just for a bit of fun, I took some random shots anyway. Those of a technical lean will balk at the dreadful corners, lack of dynamic range, average sharpness and general lack of perfection of these shots but I am ok with that!

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    Mat,

    I always appreciate your examples that reinforce the Rules:

    1) Light
    2) Composition
    3) Everything else

    When you've got 1) and 2), the rest is largely irrelevant. Which is not to say that certain situations (e.g., clients) won't require other things, but without 1) and 2), you're not going far. And, of course, we find 3) is where all the measurable and technical factors live that we discuss far too much. (I always justify it as "Gear I like using will get me out to practice and so get better at 1) and 2)". Dream on...)

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    I agree Matt, not everyone does and that's cool! I seem to find fairly general classes of images I see and take, crap, they do nothing for me; technically excellent but have no life or light; loads of life light and interesting to look at but technically average; and the holy grail, light, composition and technically appropriate, i.e I don't want extreme sharpness on portraits etc so the the right amount of technical stuff. Give me the 3rd and the 4th any day! What good is a technically perfect shot that has nothing interesting to look at?! I'm not foolish enough to think that I look at things the same way others do though, I just know what I like, the more I shoot the more I want to shoot and hopefully improve.

    Sorry for derailing the images!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drevil View Post
    great picture, but i never really like those "short time" long exposure images, when the star trails are too short, makes my mind so restless
    Thanks for your comment. I did not intend to get the star trails for this picture but did for star dots as the exposure was only 30 sec. Photography is a cup of tea.

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    645Z + 120mm Macro, 3-shot stack @ f/13



    A friend brought some mushrooms over from their farm, I liked how they looked so I took a photo before cooking them, and luckily I had a nice basket on hand.
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    Thank you Pramote. Are you pleased with your 100Back?...AND tell me more about your XF not playing well with some of your glass...I find this interesting!

    Thanks

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    I love it and glad I upgraded from the IQ180 although the IQ180 could be my life-time DB. I don't think my capability would be exceeding the IQ180.
    I like it because:
    1) High ISO capability. I can handhold. I can shoot at night. If I want star trails I use the Nikon D810 so the dark frame or ariel mode etc do not bother me. I also don't want to put $45, 000 DB on a tripod for 30-60 minutes while I was not around (I rather be in a car drinking coffee). It makes me nervous.
    I think all people who can afford to buy the IQ3100 will be able to buy another D810, 5DSR etc for extremely long exposer.
    2) Live view with tech cameras. Actually, this should be #1.
    3) Compatibility with the XF. Don't get me wrong, I love the XF. It's been exceeding my expectation.
    4) 5-year warrantee! I cannot thank my dealer, CI any higher. They've been great to me for the support and upgrading.

    The lenses which are inconsistently unreliable on XF - all Mamiya AF lenses (300, 45, 35, Macro) and my beloved Phase One 28mm. It may be just my camera. I haven't talked with Chris at CI yet.
    I hope this helps. Shoot me a massage any time if I can be any helps.

    Best

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    Spider in Red :: Leica S


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    645Z plus 25mm f4 DA lens. Sky is ISO 6400 @ f4 for 20 secs; foreground is ISO 800 @ f11 for 8 mins (stitching various frames for the pano in each case).

    PanoFromFilesIMGP9423-30(From07_13)and9586-93(From07_15)Step6SSsRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr

    My stopwatch died while doing the foreground exposures of 8 mins, so some of these frames required counting in my head!
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    Yellowstone National Park

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    Very firmly in the spirit of "fun with" a shot from this afternoon with my neighbours kid who really wanted something different for her portrait, bag of flour, couple of strobes and this is the result! A little cliched maybe but it's just for a kid and she looks cool. Wasn't shooting tethered as it's just messing about but would definitely do a better job with the lighting next time.

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    More monochrome:

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    from a pre wedding shoot I did a few weeks ago.
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    Fog clearing from the Sydney Basin - Pentax 645Z with 90mm f2.8 DFA lens:

    [IMG]IMGP9622Step8SpotSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]


    And another from the Milky Way shoot referred to above (645Z with 25mm f4 DA lens):

    [IMG]IMGP9607Step7SSsRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Jackson Hole, WY

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    Another of the Atlanta skyline, a little more aggressively processed this time around. H4D-40 with 35-90mm.
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    Battle of Preston August 1648

    The fighting in Preston was bloody even by the standards of the English Civil War. The fighting on August 17th at Preston cost the Scots 8,000 men – 4,000 killed and 4,000 captured.
    The sculpture spans the road in two parts. Two figures, almost identical in Mirror image, train their cannons on each other. The only difference between them is that one wears a roundhead hat and one a cavalier. They could be brothers.
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    New building in TriBeCa. Leica S(006), 35 Summarit. Awfully tiny crop (1300x1300) - should have used a longer lens.



    West 95th Street. Contax 140/2.8



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    Early spring on Lake Superior as the CP freight crosses the trestle at the Pic River. Just a fun shot...

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    I found this cute creature in the garden. Leica S + Summarit-S 120mm lens
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    645Z plus 25mm f4 DA lens. Sky is ISO 6400 @ f4 for 20 secs; foreground is ISO 800 @ f11 for 8 mins (stitching various frames for the pano in each case).
    My stopwatch died while doing the foreground exposures of 8 mins, so some of these frames required counting in my head!
    Ed - Another truly amazing capture! Thanks for explaining how you put this together. I am still thinking about making my way down to Sydney. Just don't when. Cheers. Marty

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    Morning

    More messing about, I have an idea in my head to move away from the accurate representation of the scene towards something more ethereal, not sure I have got it yet but it's just for fun. This is playing around with multiple exposures, different shutter speeds, some camera movement etc and stacking them together to see what happens. I quite like it.

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    This is from a recent shoot for a local architect here in Los Angeles. Shot on the Leica S 007.

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    Don't photograph it, moron. Drink it!

    Leica S(006) 70 Summarit



    And Contax 120/4 Apo-Macro



    Ok, I drank it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cerett View Post
    Ed - Another truly amazing capture! Thanks for explaining how you put this together. I am still thinking about making my way down to Sydney. Just don't when. Cheers. Marty

    Hi Marty,

    Glad you like it! Looking forward to meeting and shooting with you whenever you make it to this amazing part of the world.

    All the best,

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Don't photograph it, moron. Drink it!

    Leica S(006) 70 Summarit



    And Contax 120/4 Apo-Macro



    Ok, I drank it.

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    This portrait is very special to me.

    It is a portrait of a very good friend of mine. Late last year, he decided to move halfway across the world in search of new opportunities. Before he left, I did a corporate shoot for him so that he has some formal images. This shot was taken between poses. Ever the joker, he was saying something silly and laughing about it and I managed to snap one off.

    Two months ago, I received news that he passed away from a heart attack. Apparently, he had an undiagnosed genetic condition.

    That is why this image is special to me. I don't care if it doesn't look official enough or if the focus is not millimeter perfect. It captured him the way I remember him. A very happy person who is never short of a smile.

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    Hi Synn,

    Thanks for sharing the memory of your friend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by synn View Post


    This portrait is very special to me.

    It is a portrait of a very good friend of mine. Late last year, he decided to move halfway across the world in search of new opportunities. Before he left, I did a corporate shoot for him so that he has some formal images. This shot was taken between poses. Ever the joker, he was saying something silly and laughing about it and I managed to snap one off.

    Two months ago, I received news that he passed away from a heart attack. Apparently, he had an undiagnosed genetic condition.

    That is why this image is special to me. I don't care if it doesn't look official enough or if the focus is not millimeter perfect. It captured him the way I remember him. A very happy person who is never short of a smile.

    Godspeed.
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    Afternoon!

    A shot from a few years back with the P25+

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    Zion's Watchman at sunset

    Almost all landmarks in Zion National Park have been named by Mormon pioneers after biblical characters or events. This is Zion's Watchman, photographed at sunset.



    With the Pentax 645z and the 28-45mm. Thanks for viewing, best

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    Gorgeous Vieri! I'm envious!.
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    Gorgeous Vieri! I'm envious!.
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    Thank you very much Bill, you're too kind Best,

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