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    Ray,

    Those are great! From looking at what you've uploaded, it appears as though they've been over-sharpened in post processing. Without those artifacts, they appear as though they'd be very smooth. did you scan the negs or prints? could you show a small section of one full size file at 100%?


    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    Well Jim, your series whit shots from the woods really struck a nerve whit me, they are really great!
    I especially like the short focal dept.

    I have this summer spent a great deal of my time walking backwards into the future.
    I am becoming more and more intrigued whit the use of chemical sensors. There is a subtle different compared to my digital sensors. Some I can explain as a result of the camera used. My all time favourite is so far the Mamiya 6 whit its different optics ( all three of them ). I really like the RZ system but the Mamiya M6 is something special by one point extra. And compared to the RZ the range finder system of M6 is some thing completely different, the shallow depth of focus is the same but it is a point and shoot system... I am normally a long focal guy whit my RZ and Canon 1DSll system, but whit the Mamiya 6 I have to attack reality from a short focal length of view.

    So it is a bit irritating when has been about about -30 degrees Celsius (-22 F) here in Sweden where I live. The chemical sensors tends to become a bit fragile and fall apart in the camera, normally no problem whit the digital sensors

    I add a couple of photos from this summer from the Mamiya 6 system. The first two are old Porta 400 film that has been in and out of the freezer many times and is 2-4 years past prime times.
    The second two are Fuji Superia 400.

    So some thing I have to blame on the use of different type of sensors. But I can not fully explain the different feeling, but it is still there
    But the temperature is rising now, this morning it was only – 19 degrees Celsius (-2.2 F), so soon...

    Ray

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    Snow at our holiday in Luxembourg, last Christmas; Rollei and 528C back:




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    Took this with my Hy6 with e54LV and the Carl Zeiss 120/4 Makro-Planar at f4:

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    Hi Jim!

    I know this is not the right tread for film based photos, but the difference compared to digital intrigues me

    I have scanned the negatives whit my Epson 700.
    Yes there is a lot of contrast and sharpening in the photos, but that is because I have used my print files, on paper it looks exactly as I want
    And I am experimenting a lot today on the borderland between photo and graphic art, but that is my taste. On a resent exhibition I had, many of the viewers was not sure what they did se, photos or...

    I include a part of the first picture, Porta 400. It shows what can happen whit old film.

    I really like the mystique and softness in your last photo

    Ray

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    leaf 75s, zeiss 110/2


    Very nice!

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    Jim, nice work.

    Felipe, also, very nice!

    Kind regards,
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    Felipe, your pic makes me drool! I will blame you for any weight I may gain....
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    Yesterday's post. H3D + 35-90 @ 90. This is straight out of the camera with no manipulation. The fuzziness in the upper right is an illusion - the glass has a graduated white pattern that actually makes the building look fuzzy.


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    P20+, Alpa & Schneider 90mm



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    Today's post. Same technical details. But this file is heavily manipulated.


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    i like the way you see! It's a shame about the film (i've been there as well...)
    Looking forward to seeing more of your forest images!

    jim

    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    Hi Jim!

    I know this is not the right tread for film based photos, but the difference compared to digital intrigues me

    I have scanned the negatives whit my Epson 700.
    Yes there is a lot of contrast and sharpening in the photos, but that is because I have used my print files, on paper it looks exactly as I want
    And I am experimenting a lot today on the borderland between photo and graphic art, but that is my taste. On a resent exhibition I had, many of the viewers was not sure what they did se, photos or...

    I include a part of the first picture, Porta 400. It shows what can happen whit old film.

    I really like the mystique and softness in your last photo

    Ray

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    Jim - very nice! Kinda of a pin hole effect which is very nice indeed.

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    From last week, H3DII39, 35mm, f4, 0.9 ND grad:



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    Well, I suppose I have to amend for contaminating this tread whit some chemical sensor based pictures.

    So here is one from a portrait seriess taken whit Mamiya RZ/65 mm/P45.

    Ray

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    Another day, another post. H3D + 35=90 @90.


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    Today's post. Four month anniversary of my new website. H3D plus HC150 plus 1.7x tele extender (250mm equivalent). I've said before that this combination always surprises me in a positive way.


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    My post of today: Winecellars in Weinviertel Austria - H3D39, 2/100, F8, 1/90, ISO50

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    leaf 75s, zeiss 110/2


    Jim -this is lovely. This series is turning into a major statement. Can you share details on processing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jecxz View Post
    From last week, H3DII39, 35mm, f4, 0.9 ND grad:



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    Derek - I like this a lot. What grad setup are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Derek - I like this a lot. What grad setup are you using?
    Its the Lee Push On filter holder (compression fit) for the 95mm lenses. Here is the link:

    http://www.leefiltersusa.com/camera/...4761061684662/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Another day, another post. H3D + 35=90 @90.

    Woody, this one and I think the one from the 13th are right near my office, on 46th and 6th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jecxz View Post
    Its the Lee Push On filter holder (compression fit) for the 95mm lenses. Here is the link:

    http://www.leefiltersusa.com/camera/...4761061684662/

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    Got it - thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Today's post. Same technical details. But this file is heavily manipulated.
    I love this.

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    Yesterday's post. H3D + HCD [email protected] This is as a saw the scene but I had to push the file around quite a bit to get this. As usual the H3D files withstand torture very well.


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    Pano in Austria / Aspang / Weinviertel with H3D/39, HC100, F12, ISO50, 7 shots stiched in PSCS4 - minimal corrections in Phocus and PS

    I love the colors of this combination and the resolution of the HC100

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    Phase One P30+ on Contax with 35mm f 8.0 1/60sec ISO 100

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    Quote Originally Posted by Felipe View Post
    Took this with my Hy6 with e54LV and the Carl Zeiss 120/4 Makro-Planar at f4:


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    One from a winter evening, last winter.
    RZ/140/P45

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    fantastic ray -- I love the expression and the treatment of the image.
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    Sunday's post. two frames stitched from H3D 39 plus HC 150 - cropped to 2x3 - uncropped pixel dimension is roughly 72 megs.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    fantastic ray -- I love the expression and the treatment of the image.
    Glad you liked it Stuart.
    It was a try to “reconstruct” memories from my childhood.
    Life was a bit different then

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Hate you so much. (I'm on a diet)
    You won´t like this neither:



    Check out the OOF-highlights that were rendered as stars! I gave a technical explanation of this in this blog-post: http://philippderganz.blogspot.com/2...-has-come.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    leaf 75s, zeiss 110/2

    Truly incredible Jim, of all this series this one has really taken my breath away.

    You've inspired me to a new series here in the streets of Jerusalem...
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    Woody - love your series on simple buildings...really beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Today's post. Same technical details. But this file is heavily manipulated.

    Wonderful Woody, I love the perspective and processing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jecxz View Post
    From last week, H3DII39, 35mm, f4, 0.9 ND grad:



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    Wow, great color Derek! My favorite focal length as well.

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    Hillbilly version of your typical covered bridge.

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    Very nice composition Ed!
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    Two pictures from a warmer time of the year

    The first RZ/250APO/P45
    The second RZ/180/P45

    As the second picture shows, it is a dangerous businesses photographing the nature.
    You never know what kind of wild beast that you may encounter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptomsu View Post
    Pano in Austria / Aspang / Weinviertel with H3D/39, HC100, F12, ISO50, 7 shots stiched in PSCS4 - minimal corrections in Phocus and PS

    I love the colors of this combination and the resolution of the HC100
    Nice ! Very nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    Two pictures from a warmer time of the year

    The first RZ/250APO/P45
    The second RZ/180/P45

    As the second picture shows, it is a dangerous businesses photographing the nature.
    You never know what kind of wild beast that you may encounter!

    Ray
    i like the first one best.. i'm love chaos in nature!

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    Jim,

    You're giving a clinic in "nicely seen" here. In that vein, I especially like #1, #4 & #5, with special points on #5 (broom). The clipped top of the broom handle gives me a bit of "trouble", but I really like the image.

    Thanks for posting.

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    I love #2 and #5, Jim!
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    Jim, #5 is my best

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    Well Jim, I will give my vote for #4.
    For me, it is really the water drops on the grass that makes this one special for me.
    And the radical drop into oof in the top segment.

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