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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Alpa Apo Switar 36 H3D II 39 NIK SE #3

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by ddk View Post
    Gorgeous tones Yair, was the BW conversion and Sepia toning done is C1?

    (Edit) Additional question, is C1 5.x replacing Leaf Capture in the near future?
    Only really quick saturation and WB adjustment in C1 nothing more...

    Eventually C1 might replace LC but not soon as it still has some strong following as a capture tool.

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    Kataraktis, Chios.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Beautiful capture Keith... I like everything about it.

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    South Fork Bishop Creek, eastern Sierras, earlier this month.

    Mamiya 645AFD II, Leaf Aptus 75s, 150 D 2.8, B&W Kaesemann polarizer, 5-stop ND filter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    Beautiful capture Keith... I like everything about it.
    David, many thanks, glad you liked it.

    The problem with posting images that rely on detail on the web is that so much is lost and they suffer for it. Shots such as Yair's, above, with the emphasis on smooth gradation of tone seem to reproduce far more successfully.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Here some details in red .
    HASSELBLAD 203FE + FE2,8/150 + CFV-39
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    Now... I don't shoot nature. But... I was just photographing this house in Michigan, and as I was precariously perched on the edge of a bluff preparing for dusk, I turned around to see this beautiful late afternoon sun filtering through the tall grass that cascaded down the dune...

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    "Farewell Sunset" - H3DII39, 35mm, f16, 104 seconds

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Derek,

    This beautiful shot seems to be your first post here. I took a look at your portfolio and can see it's no accident. Welcome to the MF forum. Look forward to seeing more of your outstanding work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    Derek,

    This beautiful shot seems to be your first post here. I took a look at your portfolio and can see it's no accident. Welcome to the MF forum. Look forward to seeing more of your outstanding work.
    David,

    Thank you for your kind words, but in truth, behind my "keepers" stand 10,000 mmistakes. Be well.

    Kind regards,
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    Contax 645 Aptus 65 converted to b&w


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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    evgeny,

    Great portrait. Hope he liked it... doesn't look like the kind of guy you want to have mad at you

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    Hi David,
    He is a professional body keeper

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    Quote Originally Posted by evgeny View Post
    Hi David,
    He is a professional body keeper
    I'm not sure if that means he "keeps bodies" or "keeps them safe" (as in 'body guard'). Hopefully, it's the latter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jecxz View Post
    "Farewell Sunset" - H3DII39, 35mm, f16, 104 seconds

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    Beautiful, Derek. Love the bird tracks.

    Welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale Allyn View Post
    I'm not sure if that means he "keeps bodies" or "keeps them safe" (as in 'body guard'). Hopefully, it's the latter.
    Dale, he "keeps them safe" , of course.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Derek, good stuff - I like your Homage to Canada too,
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Couple from the Oregon Coast on the workshop P30 +







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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    Alpa Apo Switar 36 H3D II 39 NIK SE #3

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    Nice indoor set Bob.

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    Nice indoor set Bob.
    Thanks Peter!

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    Guy, the second image is fantastic!

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    Thanks appreciate that . BTW i mention that I bought a Elinchrom Quadra 400 ws pack and head. I used that in the third shot for everyone and popped the big rock on the left with one or two full power blasts. Really nice lighting setup and very portable . Basically a small shoulder pack and very very small head. I know a couple folks wanted to hear what I thought and I really loved it and it is pretty durable . The head obviously you would have to be careful with and can't hold a huge softbox without a adapter ring but for getting in and out with some quick power and a good amount it is really nice. Works great with a skyport also. Bob used it one morning to shoot a young lady here in Oregon and maybe he can put up a sample with just using a diffusion sock on it. Here is one I used it on for fill in the Land of the Giants Redwood Forest. I did the same for Bob and Steve on a couple shots as well giving them a little extra fill light. Just adds a nice sparkle

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Dale, Bill, thank you. I've been looking at other threads here and this seems like a great forum. Here are some other photographs:


    H3DII39, 100mm, f2.2


    H3DII39, 28mm


    H3DII39, 28mm, f8

    Enjoy the rest of the weekend!

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Guy, great stuff. Love those early morning shots. Hope you're all having a blast out there.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Thanks David we had a lot of fun and some great images to be had. Hit a few weather issues that put some limits on shooting but overall I think everyone got some great images. Hopefully they will be posting all of them soon.
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Derek this is really wonderful. do send more. I checked your site and you have a superb "eye" for color and composition.! Eleanor


    Quote Originally Posted by jecxz View Post


    "Farewell Sunset" - H3DII39, 35mm, f16, 104 seconds

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Wow, you all had some wonderful light Guy....these are gorgeous. #2 and 4 are my favorites. I love anything with water! Eleanor

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    Couple from the Oregon Coast on the workshop P30 +








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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Thanks Eleanor we did hit some gorgeous light all day yesterday and that is what can really make or break a image. I only wish we had this light the whole time for everyone their. Couple folks had to go home a day early and they missed this. Jack and I felt bad all day long.
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    I can really relate, Guy. I've driven the full day to get there, spent a few days working out what I could, and then see the most amazing light as I was headed home with no time in the schedule to capture it. I think we have all experienced such outings.

    For me, the southern Oregon coast is a great spot, but I seem to always end up there when the skies are beautiful for locals to fly their kites, i.e. not a cloud in sight.

    Still, it beats real work at home.

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    Hasselblad HC 120 Macro. First shot with it.

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    Hasselblad HC 120 Macro. First shot with it.
    This may be my next lens...thought about the 150 or 210 but this capture is phenomenal.

    Absolutely love it!

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    GD I love that Rose image... Bob, the 120 macro is amazing. I would say get the 210 over the 150. I thought the 150 was optically the same as the 80 or 100 with the 1.7x converter. The 210 is outstanding. I highly recommend it. THe macro though.. would be my overall first choice... I use that lens most often.

    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    This may be my next lens...thought about the 150 or 210 but this capture is phenomenal.

    Absolutely love it!

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    I played with some trains this weekend. The following are from H3DII 39:

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    Last edited by docmoore; 2nd December 2009 at 04:22.

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    Some closer views, again with the H3DII 39:

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    Another view of cars on the spur....H3DII 39

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    I saw these as I was leaving the yard.

    H3DII 39

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    Last edited by docmoore; 2nd December 2009 at 04:23.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by gdwhalen View Post
    Hasselblad HC 120 Macro. First shot with it.
    Nice one GD - tried it with any extension tubes yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark1958 View Post
    GD I love that Rose image... Bob, the 120 macro is amazing. I would say get the 210 over the 150. I thought the 150 was optically the same as the 80 or 100 with the 1.7x converter. The 210 is outstanding. I highly recommend it. THe macro though.. would be my overall first choice... I use that lens most often.
    That makes sense...so 120 followed by the 210 as I already have the 1.7 converter and the 150 does not add a lot with respect to coverage. Better the 100 with the 1.7 in the long run.

    Thanks,

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    3 shot pano - playing with my new 150 mm "D" lens.
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    Finishing up a shoot today and this beauty pulled up. 1957 Lincoln... they don't make them like this any more.

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    If you're not all that into cars... this is what I was actually shooting

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    3 shot Pano stitch P30+ with 80mm D lens. Northern California. More images from the workshop http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?t=11087

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Guy: If I can recall well, you sold your P25+ for a P30+. What is your experience doing this change? Weren't you bothered by the smaller groundglass image? Or by the bigger lens image cutoff? What do you find better in the P30? Is really better image quality to have a smaller sensor with more pixels than having a bigger sensor with less pixles?
    Well, sorry for so many questions
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    3 shot Pano stitch P30+ with 80mm D lens. Northern California. More images from the workshop http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?t=11087


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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    If you're not all that into cars... this is what I was actually shooting
    David,

    Awesome model and not too shabby on the photography either!
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    Doc,

    I really like the second train shot in your first train post -- lots of detail, dramatic sky and leading lines of the cars and even teh telephone wires add interest.
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    Nice one GD - tried it with any extension tubes yet?
    Peter, not yet. Wanting to learn the feel and limits of the 120 first. I will go the extension path after I have worked it out on it's own for awhile. I love the feel of the manual focus on the 120. Very smooth. The autofocus is good too but I manual focus 90% of my macro stuff.

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    I shot this with the HC 150. H3d-50. Profot 7b-2 battery pack with Profoto zoom reflector.
    Last edited by gdwhalen; 26th October 2009 at 11:50.

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    A few from Oregon with the P45+,

    28mm:



    75-150 zoom at 150mm:



    45mm:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Doc,

    I really like the second train shot in your first train post -- lots of detail, dramatic sky and leading lines of the cars and even teh telephone wires add interest.
    Jack,

    I agree that this was the best of the lot...need to process it with Phocus to see if I can tweak the contrast a bit more. It is amazing that you can shoot the same subject a bunch of times and when the light is right it makes such a difference.

    I cannot begin to comment on the Oregon Workshop pictures...too many outstanding captures. Looks like you had a great success again.

    Bob.

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