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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Beautiful! It reminds me of Jodogahama in Iwate-ken, northern Japan. This was taken years ago on 35mm, but a similar sort of environment...the weather was awful, and I don't really have any more photos:


    This was the hotel though -- totally unbelievable place:
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    ...and this is mine

    Keith, nice work, a lot of character.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Jack - This is all I could get so far from the captures I got at Natural Bridges. Quite a bit of work already and they still could benefit from more. What I really need is the weed-wacker or hedge-trimmer tool in Capture One!











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    Keith, nice work, a lot of character.
    Derek, many thanks, much appreciated.

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    Jack - This is all I could get so far from the captures I got at Natural Bridges. Quite a bit of work already and they still could benefit from more. What I really need is the weed-wacker or hedge-trimmer tool in Capture One!











    Actually, I could take those foreground weeds out of the pic relatively easily with Photoshop.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Charlie,

    I like the composition and mood of image 1 a lot. I like the color that came up in image 3, but the composition isn't as strong as 1 IMHO. I think 1 could benefit from some selective burning of the foreground greenery, especially the LL corner.

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    Jack and Charlie like what you guy's are doing with that scene . I have yet to play with mine but they are pretty foggy looking. As we know but our readers don't is that scene changed by the minute with regards to fog. It was tough to shoot
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    My dogs. Not nearly as easy to take with MF.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Yosemite Valley last month shot with the Cambo WRS1000,P45+ and Schneider 35mm. Converted to black & white and cropped using C1 5.



    I haven't gotten a real chance to view all the OR workshop images but what I've seen leave me wanting to see more! I'll comment more as I find the time; I had a time sensitive project that stopped me from participating in the workshop so I'll need to live the workshop through these images.

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    That looks soft, Don. Was the export from the full-res image?
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Creek View Post
    I had a time sensitive project that stopped me from participating in the workshop so I'll need to live the workshop through these images.
    We missed you Don! And I suspect your ears were burning --- more than once we were saying, "wish Don and Ken were here too!" Of course some of that was after the drinks came
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    Hi Jack - I was wondering why my ears were burning the whole week!

    Carsten - You might be right I need to make certain I uploaded the proper image.
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    Stuart - that hotel looks fabulous!

    Jack - yeah, I'm still wrestling with the processing on the Natural Bridges images.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    A few from Fort Point. I stopped there after the Oregon Workshop. All P20+, Alpa, & 47mm.

    More from Fort Point in a gallery here: http://www.umbrastudio.net/html/asse...ery/index.html












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    wow those are nice !!

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Charlie,

    I really like the fort point series. That is one of my favorite spots to photograph in the SF area -- definitely worth the stop!

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    Love the last one the best
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    I agree that last one at the fort, rocks. I keep being drawn back to it.

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    You might look at the M9 images thread. Mike Hatam posted some wonderful Fort Point shots with the 28 cron. They compare well with the Alpa shots in my humble opinion. The M9 I believe is going to become one of the Leica legends.

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    Yes, I was very lucky to have some time at Fort Point. I would love to go back. I bet at different times of the day and times of the year you could discover many wonderful images - set the camera up in the same spot at a different time and you get a completely different look I imagine. Also, there were quite a few people there (Sunday afternoon) but I could still manage to find space to shoot. Most of the visitors stay out of the really dark rooms. Also it could be a nice location to shoot a project with people.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    You might look at the M9 images thread. Mike Hatam posted some wonderful Fort Point shots with the 28 cron. They compare well with the Alpa shots in my humble opinion. The M9 I believe is going to become one of the Leica legends.
    Woody - any camera in Mike's capable and enthusiastic hands is going to deliver! The fort is a rich environment, it's nice to see other peoples take on the place. (P.S. Mike's shots are with the WATE, I believe)

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    Yes, I like the last best as well. The composition is very nice.

    On the hotel -- yes! It was amazing, and one of the most interesting places I have been. I was riding the trains around Japan, and found that place in the countryside in Tohoku. It was far far off the beaten path, and I was the only non-Japanese there. It is a luxury sort of hotel built in to the side of a cliff, so the rooms look out on the bay with all those little pine tree covered islets. It is a Japanese style hotel, so a hostess in a kimono brings you to your room, shows you around, and then brings your dinner later (a massive tray of super fresh seafood (some so fresh it is still moving, in the case of the abalone and sea urchin)). In any case, as I think people here know, the further you get off the beaten path, the more you are rewarded...even if you aren't necessarily roughing it!
    I apologize for the digression, here is a photo to make up for it...MF, analog (sorry, sold the digi):
    It's a fulmar, an icelandic seabird. Taken with the 203FE and a 350mm FE lens.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    Woody - any camera in Mike's capable and enthusiastic hands is going to deliver! The fort is a rich environment, it's nice to see other peoples take on the place. (P.S. Mike's shots are with the WATE, I believe)
    Hi Charlie

    You are correct, it was the WATE.

    I didn't mean to compare the images except in terms of IQ. Your Alpa shots show definite advantages over the M9 but my feeling was that the M9 held its own. That is a significant statement given the major difference in price, size and weight.

    So still saying I loved your images. I used to live in Half Moon Bay but never made it to Fort Point. I have to remedy that one of these first days.

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    Here's a fall shot....a lot of our leaves have fallen now but there's still some color around.
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    I like that one Bill, simple and elegant!
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    Thanks, Jack - here's one with the 120 Macro D, and another taken, just for fun, with the macro at full extension and the #4b Extension Tube, which adds about another inch. I haven't measured but it is obviously bigger than 1:1, perhaps 1.1:1.

    Extension tubes are something I seem to buy but rarely actually use. This was the first time for this one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Still processing a few from Oregon. Here is one that took some cooking as it was pretty darn foggy and dim when we were there shooting:

    This shot comes into my highest category - one I wish I had taken. Really nicely done, Jack!
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    A couple from Berlin yesterday:





    28mm and 120mm macro

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    That Aston Martin is stunning. Is that Meilenwerk? Is it allowed to bring a tripod?

    28mm... were you using a Phase or Mamiya camera? If so, you must have been quite a sight framing that first shot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    This shot comes into my highest category - one I wish I had taken. Really nicely done, Jack!
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    Yair, I really like the first shot of the grille --- any true Bond fan knows exactly what car that is ;-)
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    Yair, I really like the first shot of the grille ---
    +1... simply beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    any true Bond fan knows exactly what car that is ;-)
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by carstenw View Post
    That Aston Martin is stunning. Is that Meilenwerk? Is it allowed to bring a tripod?

    28mm... were you using a Phase or Mamiya camera? If so, you must have been quite a sight framing that first shot
    Yes that's Meilenwerk, at the Canon CPS roadshow, what a place!!!

    I had short breaks so walked around with the Phase One 645DF and an Aptus-II 10. Could use a tripod but it was in another hall so did it all handheld...



    got a few more that I need to play with...
    Next stop is the Botanikum in Munich on Tuesday.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    late afternoon light, CFV39, 110

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    and one with the 250 superachromat, a lens i'm still getting used to

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    some stylish and colorful navy yard housing, CFVI

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    John, I never get tired of looking at your shipyard images -- I especially like the old crane with its reflection.
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    Have to admit me too. Love that crusty stuff
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    thanks. work has been crazy, but got out there this am for a NY sunrise. a pano of my stomping grounds, taken around 8 am with the 110
    and a couple of detail shots taken with the 250 and the 80

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    Great shots Jim. Love that shot of the NYC skyline... brings back a lot of fond memories. You've got some great glass to work with and it's nice to see you making the most of it.

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    David:
    curious your in Jupiter; we are making nine sculpture bases for a very large Mariko Mori installation there later this month, talk about glass...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    and one with the 250 superachromat, a lens i'm still getting used to
    Reputed to be the best of the best in its class!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    John, I never get tired of looking at your shipyard images -- I especially like the old crane with its reflection.
    +1

    Looks like the CFV 39 is a pretty special back. Maybe I should just keep my Zeiss lenses for the 203 FE and the 503 CM and get the back only. Should satisfy my lust for MF for quite a while as Leica gets the whole S2 thing sorted out.

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    Woody, I think Bradley Gibson is selling his right now and just moved it to ebay with no reserve. I was tempted myself but am waiting another few weeks to try out the S2 for myself.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Old style sepia processing for this P25+ shot, with the Hassy and the 50 FLE.


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    One from today

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    LOVE the flume shots -- horizontal is nice but the vertical is awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gdwhalen View Post
    One from today
    I agree, both are nice but I really like the vertical flume shot.

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