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    Quote Originally Posted by t_streng View Post
    Since I realized that selling my MF gear would probably mean to give it away for (IMO) too low prices I ended up in keeping it (at least so far).
    Since right now I dont feel the patience and creativity to shoot "real" MF subjects I decided to also use MF more often again for snapshots.
    Here is one with the 80 Xenotar at f2.8, ISO 800.
    And yes- I guess the milk tasted good.


    I still really do like the drawing of the Hy6-lenses and also of the Sinar back. ISO 800 is fully usable IMO (not only when reduced for web)
    I love this photo. You say it is a snapshot and perhaps it is in the since that it isn't staged, but it has such a pure quality to it I see it as more than a snapshot.

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    Have to agree that truly is a killer image. Your daughter I would assume will love you for it as she gets older.

    Actually I added a little vignetting to it Tom and makes it stand out a touch. Hope you don't mind
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    thank you for all the kinds comments The problem with photographs of own kids is that you allways find them cute and its sometimes hard to judge which images are good and which are just a snapshot.
    I had fun today using my Hy6 again after several weeks.

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    A couple of shots from one of the better sunrises I experienced this summer whilst in Cornwall. This is Newlyn Harbour looking across Mount's Bay which has the wonderful St Michael's Mount landmark at the far side. Portrait is shot with 28mm lens with no filters, the landscape shot with the 45mm using a 1.5 stop ND grad.

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    Nice -- I like the first on a lot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by t_streng View Post
    And yes- I guess the milk tasted good.
    Very nice candid. Far superior to the average child snapshot, imo. I have the same lens. Should use it more often

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    Two new images from my bodyscape series. I'm trying to expand the dimensions of this series - literally. I've found a lot of the early work I did in this series is just too flat. Assembling a few models in one place I think I've created some worthwhile images with more depth and layers.

    Phase One P40+, Hasselblad H2 Body, Variety of Lenses (35-210mm), single Profoto Octobank. Shot tethered to Capture One with my Bodyscape Style applied at capture (curves, red filtered black and white, with a few tweaks).

    Criticism very welcome. More images along the same vain here.





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    Phase One P45+ on Hasselblad H2 body with HC100mm/2.2 lens. Shot tethered to Capture One with high-key, slightly desaturated, highly clarified style applied at capture.

    Criticism always welcome. More similar images here.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    two new photos, first one was from last weekend and the second was from tonight both shot with H4D-40 and 35-90mm

    This is a saltlake about 180kms from where I live, not often you find it with water in it!
    Will, that first image in the salt lake is incredible.

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    Have to agree that truly is a killer image. Your daughter I would assume will love you for it as she gets older.

    Actually I added a little vignetting to it Tom and makes it stand out a touch. Hope you don't mind
    I agree with Guy, awesome candid - I love it. The vignetting does add some pop to an already great image.

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    Doug,

    Second bodyscape is great, interesting series. I saw the Natasha images on your blog and liked them a lot. The high key is killer. I like the second one as well and think one with a little rim light might work as well as a close crop of her face framed by the dark hair that totally blends into the dark. Beautiful model nicely captured.

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    More scenes from Singapore...this time...a stroll along the Singapore River...a series spread over the next 2 weeks.



    Hasselblad H3D-39 with HCD4/28. As usual, more pics and larger ones in my blog:

    http://peter-chong.blogspot.com/2010...ore-river.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpetersonci View Post
    Two new images from my bodyscape series. I'm trying to expand the dimensions of this series - literally. I've found a lot of the early work I did in this series is just too flat. Assembling a few models in one place I think I've created some worthwhile images with more depth and layers.

    Phase One P40+, Hasselblad H2 Body, Variety of Lenses (35-210mm), single Profoto Octobank. Shot tethered to Capture One with my Bodyscape Style applied at capture (curves, red filtered black and white, with a few tweaks).

    Criticism very welcome. More images along the same vain here.





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    Doug,
    I really like those with the desaturated look and I do like the model!



    Quote Originally Posted by dougpetersonci View Post
    Phase One P45+ on Hasselblad H2 body with HC100mm/2.2 lens. Shot tethered to Capture One with high-key, slightly desaturated, highly clarified style applied at capture.

    Criticism always welcome. More similar images here.




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    I went back to my hometown in the north of Thailand. I had a short time to take some pictures during a visit in a temple. Pictures taken with Phase One 80mm f/2.8 D on Phase One 645AFD.

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    Shot today with 110mm f2 PQ lens


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    Nice composition Graham! I would have preferred a different expression on the model though, maybe a slight smile?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpetersonci View Post
    Phase One P45+ on Hasselblad H2 body with HC100mm/2.2 lens. Shot tethered to Capture One with high-key, slightly desaturated, highly clarified style applied at capture.

    Criticism always welcome.
    Doug,

    Both of these are stellar compositions, and I like the bleach-bypass look processing. Great expressions on the model too! (Pretty models is one thing, but having expressions that make them alluring is another, and this one has it all ...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Nice composition Graham! I would have preferred a different expression on the model though, maybe a slight smile?
    Maybe she's telling Graham "hands off my apples".

    Very nice image; and I'll admit to liking just the way it is as you can read many things in her expression - then again I'm a landscape photographer...
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    M645 AFDIII.,L.A.65s - bw images...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpetersonci View Post
    Phase One P45+ on Hasselblad H2 body with HC100mm/2.2 lens. Shot tethered to Capture One with high-key, slightly desaturated, highly clarified style applied at capture.

    Criticism always welcome.
    45, 48-1 and 50 are fantastic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Nice composition Graham! I would have preferred a different expression on the model though, maybe a slight smile?
    I don't know. I like the editorial/"don't mess with mah apples biotch" look. Great shot Graham!

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    Thanks everyone. Here's your surprise for the day: that was Natasha's second ever photoshoot. Available in Miami if anyone needs a model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    cmb,
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    Welcome to the forum - those are some very strong first posts! Keep them coming!

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    cmb,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    two new photos, first one was from last weekend and the second was from tonight both shot with H4D-40 and 35-90mm

    This is a saltlake about 180kms from where I live, not often you find it with water in it!




    Cheers
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    The water here is absolutely stunning.

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    Continuing the series from scenes of the Singapore river...this one, I balanced the light for tungsten...predominant light for the building...resulting in a cold looking building. What do you think? Should I have left it on daylight, with the warm golden glow?



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    Looks great just the way it is. The color balance is excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpetersonci View Post
    Welcome to the forum - those are some very strong first posts! Keep them coming!
    Thanks for the greeting. I'll try to do so.
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    First post in this thread.



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    Doing a HD4-40 test run this weekend ...

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    Aldo, LOVE the sky!
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    Kurt, how are you liking the switch to Hassy? Files look good!
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    Jack, just doing a test drive this weekend. Trying to carefully understand all of my options. I've only played with the camera for a few hours ... but I'd have to say that I really like what I'm seeing. The files are excellent and I'm loving the 35-90 lens (although I forgot how big these medium format lenses can be).

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    For the kinds of things that I like to shoot (on the move and handheld) Hassy's True Focus capability is awesome. I'm always focusing and recomposing.

    For instance, I drove down the road a couple of miles and found a farm where a farmer had a few geese penned up. I walked up real close to the pen with the 35-90 and focused on the eye of the goose with True Focus. I panned up as the goose lunged at me and thought that I'd missed the shot. When I downloaded the image, I was surprised to see that I hadn't missed the shot.

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    150 mm D at f4. Taken a couple of hours ago.


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    Bill, very dramatic! Is that an edge of Earl sky?
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    Nice shots Aldo!! another H4D-40 35-90mm user here and love the portrait shot too T-streng, thanks for the earlier comments on my photos people!

    Took this shot yesterday evening spring is in the air here!

    H4D-40 35-90mm at 75mm

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    Will, exceptional compliment of colors with the natural sunset sky gradient and the flowers that works well with the uncluttered composition. Kudos!
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    Seems i know which next lens i will get, OH MY, i will lost all my money
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Bill, very dramatic! Is that an edge of Earl sky?
    Tx Jack, no it's not Earl itself but another very strong low pressure area over the Great Lakes which may well be blocked by Earl to our east. We are getting 30 knot winds!
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    Leaf Aptus65s,M AFDIII.,150/3,5....
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    H4D-40 test shoot, with 50mm.



    larger pic at this link.http://pete.langezone.com/pics/hug09/two-opera-1920.jpg

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    Three more images from my time in Cornwall this summer. These are all from one sunrise shoot at Marazion (across the bay from my previous post) and show how the mood changed from the soft twilight with high level cloud, making way for the pink low level cloud through to the full direct sunlight on the vertical granite faces making them glow.

    The standard way to shoot this location is to use the S-shaped cobblestone causeway leading to the Mount as a lead-in.

    On arrival at the car park, I detected the faintest wisps of high level cloud and decided that the wind direction dictated that I head to the west side of Marazion beach and find a viewpoint there. Whilst lacking the elegance of Torville and Dean, several double toe-loops etc later I found a big friendly rock upon which I could place my tripod offering me a different perspective on the view to St Michael's Mount...

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    Nice series, Baxter - I like the first one best but they're all attractive.
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    xpixel nice shot! lovely colours.

    Thanks Jack, yeah Im loving the natural colours im getting in the skies with this camera.

    Tareq - I love this lens! im sure you wont be dissapointed with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    For the kinds of things that I like to shoot (on the move and handheld) Hassy's True Focus capability is awesome. I'm always focusing and recomposing.

    For instance, I drove down the road a couple of miles and found a farm where a farmer had a few geese penned up. I walked up real close to the pen with the 35-90 and focused on the eye of the goose with True Focus. I panned up as the goose lunged at me and thought that I'd missed the shot. When I downloaded the image, I was surprised to see that I hadn't missed the shot.

    Kurt
    Hasselblad True Focus seems to have made quite an impact, very impressive. Every time I read about it I think of photographers such as Guy and Marc, catwalk, corporate and wedding, could have been made for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    xpixel nice shot! lovely colours.

    Thanks Jack, yeah Im loving the natural colours im getting in the skies with this camera.

    Tareq - I love this lens! im sure you wont be dissapointed with it.

    cheers
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    I hope so one day!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithL View Post
    Hasselblad True Focus seems to have made quite an impact, very impressive. Every time I read about it I think of photographers such as Guy and Marc, catwalk, corporate and wedding, could have been made for them.
    True Focus & HTS has me drawn to Hasselblad, but I also like the flexibility of Phamiya's ability to use leaf and focal plane shutters.

    I wonder what Hassy has up their sleeves for Photokina? They are holding a press conference on 9/22. Rumor has it a new camera body/digital back is in the works.
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