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    Thanks guys. I have to give credit to Jim Collum for giving me the inspiration to shoot in these weather conditions.

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    more from brooklyn

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    top floor. same bldg; this was the cafeteria

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    a re-shoot of an earlier image, light was more muted though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    John and Kuau -- I find it cool to see your two photos back to back, both are so centered on light, yet so different. They are both beautiful.

    Bill -- that's a nice shot as well -- what kind of tree is that?
    Stuart, thank you, I think it is a Canada Plum, prunus nigra, but I'm not absolutely sure. I'll have to go and have another look at it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    snowing indoors in brooklyn
    nice would love to see what that thing could do at seaview!!!

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    Scan from Contax 645 with Zeiss 350 f/4.0 and Provia 100
    Last edited by pesto; 31st October 2013 at 07:09.

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    seaview??

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    Hi Fellows

    Im Tommy Hjorth from Denmark an in any way new too this forum, I had reading a lot
    in the forum and enjoy all you work and beautiful image.

    As off today I received my p45 digital back am I most admit that wauw what a file its produce, again, Im blowing away by the bokeh and sharpness..

    Here is one off my wife and my twins...



    and one more



    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by pixelshooter View Post
    Hi Fellows

    Im Tommy Hjorth from Denmark an in any way new too this forum, I had reading a lot
    in the forum and enjoy all you work and beautiful image.

    As off today I received my p45 digital back am I most admit that wauw what a file its produce, again, Im blowing away by the bokeh and sharpness..

    Here is one off my wife and my twins...

    Thanks
    Terrific shots. Love the light, and you're certainly right about the the quality of the files. By the way, welcome to the forum. Looking forward to much more from you.

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    Thank you Lloyd, Im looking forward too shooting the spring with my new cam..

    Tommy

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    a few from the archives

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    another

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    Day 2 with my Hasselblad and a p45 back.



    and 1 more from today



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    Here's a shot from a shoot I had this weekend with some agency models at one of the dry lake beds in Lucerne Valley.

    (shot recipe: agency model, hot California sun, Phase-AFDIII, P45+, ISO 100, 80mm f2.8D and a sprinkle of CS4 to taste)

    Enjoy!
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    Nice DOF and interesting choice of composition.

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    Jim--Wonderful series. What camera/lens/sensor did you use (in particular for #3 and 4). I am contemplating getting into DMF and try to find out what I want to get. Thanks.
    Georg

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    seaview??
    Big sub, glass nose, on TV years ago...

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    That was "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea!" with Richard Basehart.
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    I grew up watching everything ever made by Irwin Allen Productions...
    Carlos Echenique | Carlos Echenique Photography | Sony 𝛼7 II - 2 Sony FE Zooms - Lots of Canon FD Glass | Olympus Pen-F - M.Zuiko 17mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 25mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 45mm f/1.8, Rokinon 12mm f/2 NCS

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    shot this on Friday around the office...and seeking suggestions on b&w processing. H3D-39 with HC 2.8/80, hand held with available light from one large window on the left. Conversion is simple plain conversion to BW.



    Original image in gallery is 2400 wide, prepared for 8R print.

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    It looks nice. My suggestion would be to back off the overall contrast, but increase the midtone contrast so that you have more shadow detail in the jacket, but better tonal separation in the face.
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    Last edited by xpixel; 9th May 2010 at 12:16.

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    Xpixel

    Very nice shots. I like your use of depth control. Really striking three-dimensionality.
    You must have been VERY close or very open.
    Victor

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    OK then, action shot with the Phase DF, P40+ back and new 55mm leaf shutter lens.


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    And a couple of portraits of the rider, World Championship motocross rider Shaun Simpson





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    Very cool Adam. Not sure I like the processing on the last shot though

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    I've walked by and shot this memorial to Surfer Mark Foo many times. This is my best shot to date

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    xpixel...love that first shot with the snails.

    Adam...seems to me you really nailed that first shot on the bike. Having just shot my first track event I learned it's not as easy as I thought to get just the right shutter speed. Good job.

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    The first 2 is imo the best Adam, good action shot in the first one and great portrait in second shot, I agree with Harry on the last one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    seaview??
    staten island, seaview hospital

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    Look at the fly... drill his arm through the blade


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    Xpixel - Great shots love the color, shallow dof, and sharpness.

    Adam - Great captures, 1 & 2 are awesome and I personally think #3 is cool as well - its very reminiscent of early JoeyL and Joel Grimes post-processed style of portraiture.

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    Good stuff xpixel. You and the S2 are getting along well.

    Adam, I really like the photos of Shaun Simpson. I wasn't too keen on the processing on number 3 at first look, but I like more and more each time I look at it.

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    Here is one of mine with P25 and Alpa.

    (oops, Just saw that I still need to do dust spotting)

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    Sorry for the "cat shots" but I needed two good portraits of the gals...

    Hasselblad 503CW and 4/150 Sonnar CF, shooting Kodak Portra 160VC. Scanned on Epson v700 with holder and ANR inserts. As scanned at 3,200dpi these shots are native at 24x24" printed - and they're sharper than they look below due to the resizing... But I did print them on the PIXMA Pro9000 at 11x11" on matte paper and they're gorgeous.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Optechs Digital View Post
    Here is one of mine with P25 and Alpa.

    (oops, Just saw that I still need to do dust spotting)

    Paul

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    Just when I convince myself that my 5Dii is sharp enough and that a good ol' p25 won't be that much of a step up in file quality, someone posts something that reminds me how different even the 22mp backs "look" from the dslrs.

    thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optechs Digital View Post
    Here is one of mine with P25 and Alpa.
    Nice - what lens was that, Paul?

    Cheers, -Peter

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    Thanks Shelby and Peter,

    Peter, the lens was the Schneider 72 on the TC body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optechs Digital View Post
    Thanks Shelby and Peter,

    Peter, the lens was the Schneider 72 on the TC body.

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    One to consider for sure - amazing sharpness. Thanks, Paul.

    Cheers, -Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optechs Digital View Post

    (oops, Just saw that I still need to do dust spotting)
    LOL -- more like a major sensor cleaning is in order!

    But it is a nice, sharp image
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    One more from my new used p45 and h2 or was it h1.



    Regards Tommy

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    One more from my new used p45 and h2 or was it h1.



    Regards Tommy

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    Nice and sharp Tommy!

    By any chance did you consider opening up the shadows a little?
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    Another image with the P25 and Alpa TC. This one with 47mm lens. I am always surprised by the detail and sharpness of this image. The sensor is even mostly clean I hope this jpeg does it justice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Nice and sharp Tommy!

    By any chance did you consider opening up the shadows a little?

    Ill try that, thanks.

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    click and click again for 1920 px wide pic

    Narrow gauge steam railway, at the state of Saxony, Germany. Pulling in at the Malter station, near Dippoldiswalde.

    H3D-39, HCD 4/28.

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    My trains of the past... vanishing masterpieces of engeneering. Digiflex/Proback

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    Quote Originally Posted by xpixel View Post
    Look at the fly... drill his arm through the blade

    All those S2 files do have a nice "density" in the appearance of the colors. It makes the images look more substantial.

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    Here's a recent shot from Eureka CA. 55mm sinaron digital f11 2 image stitch.




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