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    Re: Fun with MF images

    My bride from last weekend.

    Mama DF + P25, 80mmD Lens.

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    Evening!

    Nice bit of sun lighting up this waterfall as I took a walk this evening.

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    [QUOTE=SahotaR;701827]My bride from last weekend.

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    Beautiful lady! Congratulations!
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    BK_Shoot_Small by Oamkumar Thottungal, on Flickr

    Concept Shoot Fashion Theme Mode of Communication 1. Radio
    Camera: Phaseone DF+, Digital Back: Leaf Credo 60, Lens : Schneider Kreuznach 150mm F 3.5 LS
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    Abandoned (from last year).

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    Phaseone DF+, Leaf Credo 60
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    645Z + 90mm f2.8 DFA

    [IMG]IMGP9813Step6sRGBSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]


    645Z + 28-45mm f4.5 DA (@28mm) - four shot pano

    [IMG]PanoFromFilesIMGP9803-06Step6sRGBSpotSMALL-L by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]


    Again taken with a two year old in tow.
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    Chace N Lulu
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    Sweet Berry Farm
    Shot with the Hasselblad 28mm lens
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    Flew a model from Moscow to Stockholm last week and was entirely busy shooting.
    It's more than NSFW, so only link here. Venture at your own risk, and preferably when another member of female species is not in close proximity.

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    Going to be printed on canvas.
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    Another stormy day...

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    Ny daughter wanted a formal portrait of her guinea pig Crowley. Leica S(006), 120/2.5 @f/9.5



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    Yellowstone National Park

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    I took some pictures of my niece with my Pentax 645Z and 150 and 120 Macro lenses. Used Perf Clear as PP
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Ny daughter wanted a formal portrait of her guinea pig Crowley. Leica S(006), 120/2.5 @f/9.5



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    He looks distinctly like he ought to be called Mr Crowley or old man Crowley
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    Lotus 49, Graham Hill's Car
    The only surviving car from Lotus’ 1967 Formula 1 team, its double overhead camshaft Ford-Cosworth DFV engine, producing 408bhp at 9,000rpm.
    Portra 400 @200iso 500c/m 80mm Planar @f2.8
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    He looks distinctly like he ought to be called Mr Crowley or old man Crowley
    Sadly, she's a female guinea pig. My daughter has interesting sensibilities.

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    645DF+ Credo 40 + 80mm f/11
    Portugal ( São Domingos Mines ) Abandoned

    Last edited by Bruno Gil; 21st August 2016 at 15:37.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    Finally got to shoot the Wave in Arizona! 4 shot pano with HCD 35-90 on an IQ150


    Hi Rick--

    So...Check another one off the list. Great shot. Was it complicated getting in?

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    Good morning Pramote. Such interesting clouds; I do not believe that I have ever seen any quite like these.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    Cottonwood Basin at Sunset

    A pretty exceptional view of one of the driest places on the planet, Death Valley, after a storm that transformed it in a salt lake for a short period of a few days or, sometimes, of just a few hours.



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

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    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    A pretty exceptional view of one of the driest places on the planet, Death Valley, after a storm that transformed it in a salt lake for a short period of a few days or, sometimes, of just a few hours.



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

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    Stunning.

    Your name sounds familiar. Did I read a Leica SL review by you perhaps?
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    "Beautiful Danger"

    Another from the Cholla Garden in Joshua Tree National Park. Phase One XF/IQ180, Schneider 40-80mm. Square crop.

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    Mt Hope Bridge twenty minutes after sunset
    H5D50, 50mm,f8 iso50...1 sec
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Lundqvist View Post
    Stunning.

    Your name sounds familiar. Did I read a Leica SL review by you perhaps?
    Thank you Erik, glad you enjoyed it! Yes indeed, if this is the review you are talking about:

    https://vieribottazzini.com/2016/06/...sl-review.html

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    Morning!

    Finally had chance over the last few days to try out the 120 macro MF lens on the XF, really impressed with the flexibility of this lens, does a lot of things really well. I've never played with macro before so very first test focus stacking, in the rain lying on the ground like a fool! Needs a lot more practice for sure but not a bad first attempt, 22 shots stacked.



    Also used it to shoot a neighbour, a mother and daughter, the mother has really wanted to get a portrait done but was scared of looking too old, wide open this lens is just soft enough to give a flattering look, I think she looks great and was very happy with the outcome, just a single light and minimal post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougDolde View Post
    "Beautiful Danger"

    Another from the Cholla Garden in Joshua Tree National Park. Phase One XF/IQ180, Schneider 40-80mm. Square crop.

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    I love photographing the Cholla at Joshua Tree NP but those innocent looking little prickly balls are real b*****ds. I've never known a plant that can hook on to even the rubber parts on my hiking boots, tripod, bag not to mention stabbing you in the skin and not letting go without spilling blood.
    Ylem ...
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    More film on the 500c/m, Fuji Pro400H still on the 80mm wide open. No worries about blown highlights
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    This once thriving Cistercian Abbey was destroyed on the orders of King Henry VIII in 1538 having been founded by King John three centuries before.

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    Interesting building going up downtown. Leica S(006), S-120/2.5 APO Macro @f/8



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    Quote Originally Posted by pesto View Post
    Good morning Pramote. Such interesting clouds; I do not believe that I have ever seen any quite like these.
    Thanks for sharing.

    Dpiglas.
    FYI I think they're Mammatus clouds (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mammatus_cloud). I've seen them on a few occassions this summer after very intense thunderstorms.
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    It's a windowless wall, but I like it better as a plaza. S(006), 120/2.5



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    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    Thank you Erik, glad you enjoyed it! Yes indeed, if this is the review you are talking about:

    https://vieribottazzini.com/2016/06/...sl-review.html

    Best,

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    That's the one. Great review. I am trying to decide between the X1D and the Leica SL. Read so much on both I think I have pixels coming out of my ears

    Very possibly I just have to rent a Leica SL for the weekend and try it out myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Lundqvist View Post
    That's the one. Great review. I am trying to decide between the X1D and the Leica SL. Read so much on both I think I have pixels coming out of my ears

    Very possibly I just have to rent a Leica SL for the weekend and try it out myself.
    Why not both?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pesto View Post
    Good morning Pramote. Such interesting clouds; I do not believe that I have ever seen any quite like these.
    Thanks for sharing.

    Dpiglas.
    Hi Douglas,

    Thank you very much for your interest. It was somewhere in Nevada. The clouds were very dramatic. Few minutes later, it started raining followed by heavy rainy and hail storm. We had to pull over and wait until it subsided. It's quite an experience.

    Best

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Hi Douglas,

    Thank you very much for your interest. It was somewhere in Nevada. The clouds were very dramatic. Few minutes later, it started raining followed by heavy rainy and hail storm. We had to pull over and wait until it subsided. It's quite an experience.

    Best

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    It certainly is a lovely shot - dramatic and classic all at once.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Thanks John!

    Today I spent a couple of hours at an old building which is pretty incredible, but, it holds some bad memories for a lot of my neighbours, an old abandoned sanatorium in the forest where I have been told a lot of bad things took place. It's a tricky situation because it's just a building and for me as a non-local, it holds no emotional connection but I don't want to offend people I know with images from a place where a lot of people died. It's a shame because I can imagine some very interesting photography here, especially with a model. Not sure I should return which is a shame, and only took a handful of shots as I had a walk around, the decay is spectacular in places.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Hi Douglas,

    Thank you very much for your interest. It was somewhere in Nevada. The clouds were very dramatic. Few minutes later, it started raining followed by heavy rainy and hail storm. We had to pull over and wait until it subsided. It's quite an experience.

    Best

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    Lovely image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Lundqvist View Post
    That's the one. Great review. I am trying to decide between the X1D and the Leica SL. Read so much on both I think I have pixels coming out of my ears

    Very possibly I just have to rent a Leica SL for the weekend and try it out myself.
    Thank you Erik, glad you enjoyed it and found it interesting

    There is a lot of debate about the SL vs the X1D, to me they are very different cameras with very different purposes; I understand the appeal of both though, so probably the best solution would be getting them both!
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    My H5D50 is heavy walking around NYC, but got some interesting street images
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    Vieri, that is truly the attitude of a disciple of Dante's Inferno. Well said!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Vieri, that is truly the attitude of a disciple of Dante's Inferno. Well said!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    It certainly is a lovely shot - dramatic and classic all at once.
    ED...Thank you so much! I really appreciate your kind words. Pramote

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    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
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    Bob, it seems that we both joined in Dec 2007, while Bill joined a bit later than us... I am well aware of the byline, and so is my bank account!

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    Vieri, that is truly the attitude of a disciple of Dante's Inferno. Well said!
    It couldn't be otherwise, Bill!
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    Thank you Erik, glad you enjoyed it and found it interesting

    There is a lot of debate about the SL vs the X1D, to me they are very different cameras with very different purposes; I understand the appeal of both though, so probably the best solution would be getting them both!
    You know what? That's my favorite solution! Sadly, the money tap is running low

    For some strange reason I also want a pair of Protofo B2 heads as well to go with my Leica/Blad camera. I think I need help with my GAS.

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    Back to regular programming with more images. I was walking on Madison Avenue in NYC Wednesday when I noticed that Barneys has placed a black background behind one of their windows on 61st street while preparing to change a display. I used the reflections from the window for this image
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Lundqvist View Post
    You know what? That's my favorite solution! Sadly, the money tap is running low

    For some strange reason I also want a pair of Protofo B2 heads as well to go with my Leica/Blad camera. I think I need help with my GAS.
    ...GAS can't be helped... It's not that you want the Profoto, you NEED them!!
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    Nice evening at a friend's cottage on Lake Huron near Red Bay Ontario. 645Z, 28-45mm.


    Untitled_Panorama1 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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