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    Ed love the images especially the pano of the waterfall

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    Here a second image from this series... was very dramatic light - even the car on the right...:-)


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    Tareq,

    These are great! I really like the third one the best. A very lonely image, these are the kinds of i pictures i like to take also. Great Job.

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    Xpixel and Ed great shots! I love the lighting, compositions and PP in all of them, just lovely. I feel I could stare at them all day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optechs Digital View Post
    Tareq,

    These are great! I really like the third one the best. A very lonely image, these are the kinds of i pictures i like to take also. Great Job.

    Best Regards,
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    Paul, thank you very much for your comment, so appreciate it!
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    Session from last night, with H4D-40 and HC80






    100% crop of above









    Lighting was a bit on the harsh side...1 Profoto ProB head with Pro8A running on a Magnum reflector, high and slightly to the right of the camera, and a small softbox 1ftx3ft on the right. A Profoto Zoom spotlight for background effects. I would have added perhaps a beautydish as fill light just behind the camera for some catchlights in the gymnast's eyes.

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    Yesterday's post. H3d 39 + HC 100. Three frames stitched in Autopano.


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    Peter, very nice series!

    Woody, very cool -- I really like the graphic nature of this one.

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    If we are in a 'Pano' mood this wednesday... here are 5 shots stitched in that old dinosaur called Photoshop CS4..

    I took them last night from the new Brooklyn Bridge Park as it's just opened. It's really quite cool because no one has had these angles and viewpoints before, Where i was standing was an old warehouse a year ago, it's been fun watching the park progress. On a green note, it's made mostly of recycled materials from around NYC, all the benches are made from wooden beams from a big old warehouse demolition for example.

    Anyway, if you are in town or planning a trip, get across the Brooklyn Bridge and shoot from here if you can.

    These were shot on a Mamiya 645 AFD P25 45mm AF lens plus a Gitzo, looking at the pano closely I can see I smudged the 4th frame a little

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogstarnyc View Post
    . . . the new Brooklyn Bridge Park . . .
    Nice images and good timing to get there early right after it opened! I've been waiting for the opening so I will have to get there soon.

    Here is a shot from up on the bridge of a part of the area in progress from September of 2009.



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    Great shot cmb, I took mine from roughly 20% in from the bottom right and 20% up from the bottom right of your pic... where the steps and mini hill were being built...

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    MFDB is not my favourite gear for wildlife but sometimes you have to grab the shot with the gear at hand. P65+ with 300 mm wide open, 1/125 at ISO 800. (Not Sensor Plus so it's a bit noisy). The light marks are actually flies, not artifacts!


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    The Elk shot was hand held, btw.

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    Great rim lighting bill. I have found the 300mm much more usable with the DF. Your image at 1/125 looks very sharp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Yesterday's post. H3d 39 + HC 100. Three frames stitched in Autopano.

    Woody, this is a great image. Even the light direction played into the composition nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    Such great pictures here as usual...I've got a personnal preference for the landscape ones.

    Some with the P25+ :

    ALPA - ApoDigitar 47xl :



    SWC Biogon :





    ALPA and ApoDigitar 24mm :



    Great images Stephane. The comps on the 1st and 3rd are really dynamic. The mood on the first one makes me want to be there watching what is going on.

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    Nice shot, but more distortion than I would expect from a Leica

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    Bill - Nice Elk shot....every year I enjoy watching you chase wildlife and this year wasn’t any different. Wasn’t it a turkey the year before? The only good elk shot I go this year was one that was napping.

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    Yesterday's post. I stumbled on a fashion shoot in my wanderings. H3D 39 + HC 100.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Yesterday's post. I stumbled on a fashion shoot in my wanderings. H3D 39 + HC 100.
    That's a beauty! (Nice image too. )

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Thank you Ed.

    Some other Shots :

    ALPA 12 - SK 47 ApoDigitar:









    I'm sure anyone can guess where those take place...
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    One of my 360 degree panoramas with somewhat narrow depth of field. Shot with Panoscan MK3 (which has Betterlight Super 6K-HS back internally), Mamiya 80mm @ f/2.8

    http://tinyurl.com/286awbj

    (once the above image loads, click and drag within the image to spin it around)

    Anyone else here shooting full 360 panoramas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBSea View Post
    One of my 360 degree panoramas with somewhat narrow depth of field. Shot with Panoscan MK3 (which has Betterlight Super 6K-HS back internally), Mamiya 80mm @ f/2.8

    http://tinyurl.com/286awbj

    (once the above image loads, click and drag within the image to spin it around)

    Anyone else here shooting full 360 panoramas?
    Now that is VERY kewl.

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    Picture within a picture....when I snapped this in Olympic NP I had no idea there was an American Dipper in the shot. I didn't see it until I was examining the image at 100%. Not a prize winner by any means, but certainly a surprise winner!




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    Some new from the macro lens i bought from Paul Slotboom ..








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    Quote Originally Posted by pixelshooter View Post
    Some new from the macro lens i bought from Paul Slotboom ..

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    Lovely!!
    Which lens did you shoot these with?

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    Hi Tommy,

    That is really beautiful work! Way to go.

    Best,
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    Here is on of mine with ALPA SWA 72mm lens and Aptus II 8.

    I hope the 100% crop works OK this is the first time I tried it.
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    Thanks for taking a look.
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    Tommy, those images are superb. Beautiful work.

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    Another from the Pacific NW last month.


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    Nice one Bill.
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    Hassy H4D-40.

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    Great images folks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    Lovely!!
    Which lens did you shoot these with?

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    I use hasselblad hc 120mm macro + 1.7 extender, and a p45 back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    Lovely!!
    Which lens did you shoot these with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    Tommy, those images are superb. Beautiful work.
    Thanks David

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optechs Digital View Post
    Hi Tommy,

    That is really beautiful work! Way to go.

    Best,
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    Thanks Paul, some great glass you sold me

    Tommy

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    I have been working with the 645AFDII/ZD in the shooting situations that I have available, getting the hang of things before I bring it into the studio.





    While these are pretty far from the way that I intend on using the sytem "under fire", it is giving me some idea how to make it work.

    These have been websized, so I'm not sure if you can say anything about IQ. Interesting to me that I could get the timing right on the jumping in the pool shots, even with this "slow" system. I can do that same with a film rangefinder, so this may be a case of the indian, not the arrow.

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    Well, Xpixel certainly set the benchmark for Flora-with hidden fauna. Here's an example from the C645/P65+ I think. Amazing what MP can do. (from an Ireland trip)

    Victor

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    Just my luck though-we stumble on an actually insectivore, and it wasn't feeding time!
    Last edited by gogopix; 9th June 2010 at 12:37.

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    P Chong - I love the gymnast set, particularly the last one. Her lovely expression helps.

    I went on a 3 week + trip to New Zealand and part of it was a Landscape Photography workshop run by QCCP. It has made me look at things differently and I have been experimenting with B&W.

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    Great shot, Odille!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Optechs Digital View Post
    Here is on of mine with ALPA SWA 72mm lens and Aptus II 8.

    I hope the 100% crop works OK this is the first time I tried it.
    Attachment 31739
    Attachment 31740


    Thanks for taking a look.
    Paul
    I love the rusty look in these image.

    Tommy

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    Canola field in western Idaho

    P65+, cambo rs, 150mm


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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    Just my luck though-we stumble on an actually insectivore, and it wasn't feeding time!
    I like this macro world, great sharp and good color.

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    Canola field in western Idaho

    P65+, cambo rs, 150mm

    Love this nature picture, great framing.

    Tommy

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    3D.


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    Simple, but very effective photo Bill.

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    A famous historic building in Seattle. A pretty decent cheap beer used to flow out this place.....

    Alpa SWA with 47mm and Aptus 65 (II6)


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