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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Here are a few holiday shot taken with the ALPA 12swa and mostly the Schneider Kreuznach 47mmXL. The sensor is good old tiny Phase One P25+ !!

    Here, children are carefully approaching the birds (Banc d'Arguin)



    Now the big Pine tree in Cap Ferret :



    Back in Reunion Island, people watching at the whales :




    Not very MF top quality shot but this is "fun with...", isn't it ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    That's strange I cansee them on my computer ? ? I have put an image link to jpeg in my Dropbox...
    You must place the photos in Dropbox in the public folder or in a subfolder of the publicfolder and post the link.

    I see you got it... solved..

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I think it's because you have them in a private folder -- the link is an https that ends in other than "jpeg" -- it needs to be in a public folder with regular http url ending in jpeg. Since you are signed into dropbox, it's why you can view them and we cannot.

    PS: We posted at the same time -- your last set is showing fine but your first set is not visible. Nice series BTW!!!
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    Yes, I have corrected tis thank you. Now it's working, just another one to show you we'vee got some nice waterfalls too here in Reunion :



    The Langevin waterfall in Saint-Joseph...
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    Gorgeous waterfall shot!
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    Another little waterfall , and a marvellous pool for swimming, Bassin Bleu.

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    Wow... these shots with the Alpa 12SWA are fantastic.

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    nice photos! where is Reunion island??
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    It's in Indian Ocean, sister Island of Mauritius, but very different : more rocky and volcanic !
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    Fantastic waterfall images Stef. One of my favorite subjects for sure.

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    I just dropped in and saw the most jaw dropping images!
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    Thanks guys.
    Ed : I did have look at your waterfall photos, they inspired me !
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    Wow! Stef. Great waterfall photos. You may want to be careful showing these as the island could get a bit more crowded. They sure make me want to visit.

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    Last edited by steflaurent974; 11th August 2010 at 20:59. Reason: iPad correcting
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    Nice ones from Cap ferret. I was there last week and and already want to go back:-)
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    Yes william this is really a beautifull place, I'm sure you have shot some nice analog ones too !
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    I'm currently working on some older images from last year and ran across this one. Two-shot pano using my Cambo WRS/P45+ and CS5 with Viveza 2. I forgot the lens but feel it might be the 35mm.



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    Don, what a beautiful shot! Would make a great 30x50 print!
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    Hi Guys and Gals,

    Spent a while perusing this entire thread. WOW! You folks sure set a high standard.

    I'm nowhere near in the same league, but I thought I'd post some samples.

    Taken with a Hasselblad 555ELD/CFV-39 and various lenses. No post-processing other than dust removal.

    All comments/suggestions/criticisms welcome. Thanks for looking.

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    Last edited by Leigh; 13th August 2010 at 10:13.

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    Often photographed but I liked the reduced color palette on this morning.

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    Don, that is a stunner for sure!

    Ed, looks very familiar but I cannot place it?
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    Ed there is a special perspective feeling in your picture ; my eyes are magneticly driven from the left side to the end of the lake by the slopes and reflections, well done.
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    On from the cirque de Mafate , a volcanic circus where you can go only by feet : no roads here, and believe me the inhabitants are really good mountain walkers !
    Mafate is one of the geological who has just been classified by Unesco World Heritage list.



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    I have been out twice this week with the whale watch folk. On Monday we saw a cow and calf and then had double breaching (quite rare) and the pair doing it played by the boat for about half an hour. All these were shot with the H2 and 210 lens - it is quite handful in a rocking boat, I can tell you. Yesterday's 1.5m swell was very testing!


    Double breach #3 - 100_3738 by Photography by Odille, on Flickr


    Finny fun with humpbacks - 100_3741 by Photography by Odille, on Flickr

    Then yesterday I went off for another whale watching trip yesterday with a friend from FLickr, (again withaquaticbluecharters.com.au/), and we had 5 whales come in so close to the boat my lens was too long! They went under us several times, it was just fantastic to see these huge creatures - bigger than the boat - carefully coming up next to us. I'm not sure who was watching who! I hadn't seen spy hopping before, they were definitely as curious about us as we were about them. I suspect we may be their entertainment.


    spy hop #1-4026 by Photography by Odille, on Flickr


    flukes x 3 by Photography by Odille, on Flickr

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    And I forgot to add the best bit of all - they were so close to the boat and the surface that we could hear the whalesong! How good is that! It was a magical day.
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    And I forgot to add the best bit of all - they were so close to the boat and the surface that we could hear the whalesong! How good is that! It was a magical day.
    Great series!
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Often photographed but I liked the reduced color palette on this morning.

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    Ed - once again you amaze me. Great shot bud!

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    Quote Originally Posted by focus on art View Post
    Don, what a beautiful shot! Would make a great 30x50 print!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Don, that is a stunner for sure!
    Thanks guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Ed - once again you amaze me. Great shot bud!

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    Thanks Don. I keep thinking I am going to run into you one day but I just don't get far enough west. Maybe next year.

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    Thanks Don. I keep thinking I am going to run into you one day but I just don't get far enough west. Maybe next year.
    Just come to Jackson Hole in Oct, I'll be there most of the month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Just come to Jackson Hole in Oct, I'll be there most of the month.
    I'll be in VT, NH and Acadia in October, maybe you should go up there.

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    Couple more from this month. Colorado and South Carolina. I'm into panoramics these days cuz they sell well and I need to beef up my portfolio.

    Same rig as usual, Cambo, P65+, 35mm XL and 72mm L





    and D3x for fun:

    Last edited by etrump; 15th August 2010 at 18:20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    I'm currently working on some older images from last year and ran across this one. Two-shot pano using my Cambo WRS/P45+ and CS5 with Viveza 2. I forgot the lens but feel it might be the 35mm.



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    Don, Awesome image, the B&W works fantastic for this light.

    Who did you use as a guide in the Canyon? I want to shoot there but have heard you need the right guide to make it worthwhile.

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    Very Nice Landscapes on this page, So many landscape Photographers on here My camera came last week so I headed down south here in Western Aus to give it a work out, I love the subtle tones the camera picks up its amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    Very Nice Landscapes on this page, So many landscape Photographers on here My camera came last week so I headed down south here in Western Aus to give it a work out, I love the subtle tones the camera picks up its amazing.

    All Shot with H4D-40 and 35-90mm











    Amazing, i love the colors, nice scenes, making me happy that i have a MF camera, just hope i can use it much more for similar works as yours, i am also a landscape photographer but i don't have that amazing landscape in my country to shoot, but i will do that when i travel.

    Please, post more, your work is amazing.
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    Don, Awesome image, the B&W works fantastic for this light.

    Who did you use as a guide in the Canyon? I want to shoot there but have heard you need the right guide to make it worthwhile.

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    Thank you Ed. This shot was taken from the overlook.

    Ken Doo had flown into AZ and I met him in Chinle AZ we ended up staying at (I think) the Best Western. I drove up from Tucson in my (then) new Jeep and used that for crawling around the canyon. We were fortunate to find a good guide in Timothy Halwood, owner, Twin Trail Scenic Tours; you have a choose of using your vehicle of there's and i opted on using mine. You can find the blog entry here as well as on Ken's blog. There were some places we couldn't reach like the base of Spider Rock because of high water so a return trip is needed/scheduled as I want to shoot from the base.

    Let me know if/when you plan to go there as it's only a 4-hour drive for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    Very Nice Landscapes on this page, So many landscape Photographers on here My camera came last week so I headed down south here in Western Aus to give it a work out, I love the subtle tones the camera picks up its amazing.

    All Shot with H4D-40 and 35-90mm
    Great captures Will! I used to do a lot of work in and around the east and Gold Coast but never made it out west.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    Very Nice Landscapes on this page, So many landscape Photographers on here My camera came last week so I headed down south here in Western Aus to give it a work out, I love the subtle tones the camera picks up its amazing.

    All Shot with H4D-40 and 35-90mm











    Great looks Will, do you stay out west or cover the whole country? I'm heading that way next year and need some itinerary help.

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    Will,

    awesome series, nothing more needs to be said
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    Will,

    great shots!

    This is one of the reasons I choose the H System, because subtile colors are just coming out of the box (more or less) without much need to post process. Natural Color - as Hasselblad calls it.

    Really love that.

    How happy are you with your H4D40 True Focus capabilities?

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    xpixel

    again, nice shot

    but where's the BUG? :-)

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    PS Have you tried similar shots with the 180 or 35? Just to add some drama. The WA can produce some interesting effects in quasi-macro mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    Very Nice Landscapes on this page, So many landscape Photographers on here My camera came last week so I headed down south here in Western Aus to give it a work out, I love the subtle tones the camera picks up its amazing.

    All Shot with H4D-40 and 35-90mm












    Very nice look to these
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    Last one I'll post from this spot for a while:



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    Ed,

    this latest iteration happens to be my favorite -- very nice!

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    Mine too Jack, the light on the peaks provides a nice counterpoint to the diffused light on the forest below (IMHO).

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    Ed,

    this is a really cool picture - perfect!

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    I find all three wonderfull. Browsing through this thread after some time makes me motivated to use my MF-gear again after just using some other (lazy) equipment for a couple of weeks.

    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Couple more from this month. Colorado and South Carolina. I'm into panoramics these days cuz they sell well and I need to beef up my portfolio.

    Same rig as usual, Cambo, P65+, 35mm XL and 72mm L





    and D3x for fun:


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    Quote Originally Posted by t_streng View Post
    I find all three wonderfull. Browsing through this thread after some time makes me motivated to use my MF-gear again after just using some other (lazy) equipment for a couple of weeks.
    Indeed, same for me

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    First field trip with my new Alpa setup. Nothing spectacular, but a couple of nice things. I enjoyed the experience and challenge of using the system, and was really pleased with the sharpness of the files even into the corners.



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