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    Peter, very nice indeed --- wonderful monochrome tonality!
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    Dave and Jack thanks..

    Hope everyone has a nice Easter break - looking forward to a few days of relaxation -

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    Peter - Two very nice images, congrats!

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    Last weekend I made a trip to Armidale (mid north NSW west of the range, cold winter granite belt farming country) for the autumn colours, as we don't have any to speak of on the sub-tropical coast. Many of these are on my blog but a couple of panos here from the H2.

    I found myself turning to it constantly for the delicate morning colours, much better result than with even the pro Canon body and excellent L lenses.

    Morning mist Thalgarah waterhole, 3 shot pano with 80mm lens


    And my Island in the Mist shot (from the next morning) 4 shot pano with the 210mm


    We were also lucky enough to catch a wedding in progress at a small private Anglican chapel (Gostwyk All Saints Anglican chapel) near Armidale which is a photographer's dream as it is covered with beautiful ivy and situated under avenues of elm trees. After asking permission we were given the OK to shoot some pics, and also had the opportunity for inside ****s which is very rare, the local togs said. Full set on my Flickr Armidale set.

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    Playing with my new Phase DF body before catching pneumonia

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    this image is worth getting sick for... very nice

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    I agree. LOL

    Get better Joe
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Thanks Stuart but it wasn't worth feeling like this

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    You say that now... It really is beautiful! Hope you get well soon.

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    Joe,

    GORGEOUS capture, one of the best I've seen of the GG! Bummer about getting sick...
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    Thanks Guys

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    Hasselblad 500c/m - 80mm - Fuji Provia:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Ramos View Post
    Playing with my new Phase DF body before catching pneumonia
    Great image, Joe.

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    April Fool's Day post. H3D - 39 (still waiting for my h4D-60). 35-90 zoom @ 60. West 42nd Street.


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    Today's post. Forsythia. H3d 39 + HC150 + TC 1.7. Stitched from three panels.


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    Thanks Woody. I was planning on spending a couple of days shooting around the city but had to settle for the one night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Today's post. Forsythia. H3d 39 + HC150 + TC 1.7. Stitched from three panels.
    Oh my! This and the prior image....

    (How large a file is that, with three stitched together?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Oh my! This and the prior image....

    (How large a file is that, with three stitched together?)
    Thanks, Lloyd. 7500x9200. You end up cropping a bit to make the crops work.

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    Yesterday's post. H3D 39 + 35-90 zoom @90. Classic Hasselblad greens as they appear right out of the box. Add some shoulder and toe with a curves adjustment.


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    75-150/P65+

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    Post from Sunday (Easter). H3d 39 plus 35-90 zoom @60.


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    Here is my 1st attempt with my H3D, Content I am not very happy with but at least I got a feel for the camera. I still need to do a lot of work in PP using Phocus I just made a few tweaks.
    I used both my 50-110mm and my 28mm.
    I was reading the thread on filters today. I myself almost always use a polarizer and I still like using a split grad, which I should have used at the water falls and also could have used a ND filter, the water fall pictures were taken mostly at 1 second F16 with the polarizer.
    Oh well lots to learn I guess

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    I've been re-working images since I got the new printer and just printed this two up a few minutes ago -- little different take than I posted earlier:



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    P20+



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    H3D II 39



    Take 39MP, wave it around, crop it square and voila
    Last edited by Jeffg53; 7th April 2010 at 21:13.
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    Tuesday's post. New lens tested out my window. H3D 39 + HC 300 + TC1.7, equals a grand total of 500. The good news - this combination actually works. The not so good news, AF is disabled with the combination. More good news - it's fairly easy to manual focus in good light, especially if you give yourself f11 or 16 to create a little headroom. LR conversions show some CA; Phocus conversions are perfect. This is straight out of the box from Phocus.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffg53 View Post
    H3D II 39



    Take 39MP, wave it around, crop it square and voila
    Wow great shot

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    Four more with the new lens. the first two at 300 - the second two at five hundred.














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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post

    Wow great shot

    Steven
    +1 on this

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    After 20 years of industry, advertising and technical photography, for the first time the photography I wanted to do when I was 20Y old.
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    Looking through some oldies today...film of course.

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    Okay, we have already spring now and maybe I´d be better off with some pictures of flowers or something, but here is one from last fall, shot with my Rolleiflex SL66, 80/2,8 Planar on Velvia 100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Looking through some oldies today...film of course.
    It is in the old pots that we cook the best dishes !
    Real nice one.

    Michel

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    Hassy 500cm with my special back DA12+ (200Zillions MP) ....



    .... and a bit of post processing

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    Same but with my back DA16+



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    OK.... add this one for fun



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    Raining outside, so staying indoors today

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    Michel, you have a great eye for composition - the first two especially.
    Nicely done!
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    Hi guys!

    Today I got delivery of my loaner H3D-II 50 which I'll be able to keep until the H4D-60 arrives.

    I must say - WOW! This camera is so amazing.

    Just took a quick mundane shot of a rose in a nearby garden, hope I'll be able to contribute some nice pics in the future!

    Shot with HC 120 4.0!

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Looking through some oldies today...film of course.
    Awesome bill, where is this place?

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    Can you be sure the train wasn't moving?

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Actually I find this image quite disturbing. The focus on the left stump or boat tie down is very sharp but the water tower is sharp in the distance but at the same distance as the boat tie down the right side is completely out of focus. This makes zero sense to me. The yellow should be sharp but the red in the background shot at F8 really should not be holding sharpness at that level given the boat tie down is pretty close. I find this weird myself but maybe I'm nuts. No offense either but these are over sharpened and look unnatural. I shot the S2 and the 70 this system is no better than my Phase sorry. Actually I thought the 180 S2 lens was the better lens. Honestly I don't care either way but this looks funky to me and NOT my experience with the S2 processed very carefully. Marks looks more on the mark to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Felipe View Post
    Took this on the Sinar e54LV mounted on Sinar P1 with Rodenstock 150 at 1/500th, f64 and Iso50.
    Nice result!

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    Ed, the place is Kilbear Provincial Park on Georgian Bay in Ontario. The photo is somewhat historic in that the little cabin is no longer there. The pic dates from about 1970. It was one of the first shots I sold at my first exhibition!

    Thanks for your kind remark!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    Canterbury Cathedral
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    Lovely captures at an iconic site.

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    Another oldie, from Hawaii


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    It has a wonderful flow to it. I would probably crop a little from the top to emphasis the flow.
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    Nice result!
    Thank you, Graham!
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    Desert Colors.

    Regards from the desert,
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    Tel Aviv. Contax 645 35mm lens.

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