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    110mm f2 @ f2.8

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    I have to tell my impression: so far many S2 shots show impressive detail and clarity but also look somewhat clinical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Mitchell View Post
    110mm f2 @ f2.8

    I like the image a lot besides one thing: the combination of clothing. poor guy if he has to wear this. (I understand that he only wears it for the image)

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Nice portraits Graham - I like the lighting in both.

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    M645AFD III.,L.A65s,Carl Zeiss Superachromat 5,6/250CF and crop...
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    Graham, lovely work.

    OK, I know, I'm biased, but I do love these 22mp backs.

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    Okay, now that I've finally joined the club with a Contax / P30+ combo, here's one of mine from Sunday night's testing session in the downtown Phoenix historic warehouse district:



    Taken with the 45mm/f2.8 lens at f5.6 and a 10-12 second exposure at ISO 100.

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    Nice compostion Audi enjoy your new camera.

    Been out shooting a lot lately here's a shot from yesterday evening near the same area my last photo was taken 140kms from home

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    Hassy H4D-40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Audii-Dudii View Post
    Okay, now that I've finally joined the club with a Contax / P30+ combo, here's one of mine from Sunday night's testing session in the downtown Phoenix historic warehouse district:
    Lots of nice detail and textures there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Audii-Dudii View Post
    Okay, now that I've finally joined the club with a Contax / P30+ combo, here's one of mine from Sunday night's testing session
    Love the shadow of the tree!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Mitchell View Post
    110mm f2 @ f2.8

    Great look and i don't mean the kid itself but the look of the image itself. Nice tonal range
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    looks like perfectly executed exposure in perfect cloudy sky/shade conditions

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I got to take a couple of shots the other day with a Phase/Leaf combo. Not high art, but I am impressed with the dynamic range. Shot handheld, ISO 400, and I did my little image stacking trick to bring out the details.

    Hopefully will get to hang on to this kit once I figure out how to pay for it.



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    Just for fun, I shot the following and played with the color balance...two shots...almost the same. One in Daylight AWB, the other for tungsten. Which do you prefer?





    I made an error in the file name...the one marked iso800 is actually iso100, and vice versa. Full exif within. And larger pics at my blog:

    http://peter-chong.blogspot.com/2010/09/esplanade.html

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    Awesome images on this page. Great work!

    P30+, Mamiya 645ADF II, 55-110mm, ISO 800


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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Just for fun, I shot the following and played with the color balance...two shots...almost the same. One in Daylight AWB, the other for tungsten. Which do you prefer?



    I made an error in the file name...the one marked iso800 is actually iso100, and vice versa. Full exif within. And larger pics at my blog:

    http://peter-chong.blogspot.com/2010/09/esplanade.html
    Both have some nice qualities, but I much prefer this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Just for fun, I shot the following and played with the color balance...two shots...almost the same. One in Daylight AWB, the other for tungsten. Which do you prefer?
    I definitely prefer the first, cooler colored one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Awesome images on this page. Great work!

    P30+, Mamiya 645ADF II, 55-110mm, ISO 800
    Ed, I like the "pano" crop on this image a lot. Well done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Ed, I like the "pano" crop on this image a lot. Well done!
    Thanks Jack, actually the image is a stitch if you can believe it. I had to correct one guy who had two heads but other than that CS5 fit it together nicely.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Ed,
    +1 to Jack the cooler version is much nicer.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Mitchell View Post
    110mm f2 @ f2.8

    Catalog quality!
    I would but those boots
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Great look and i don't mean the kid itself but the look of the image itself. Nice tonal range
    +1. Really nice work here Graham.

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    Latest study in a series documenting an aircraft restoration.

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    There have been some really good images here the last few days. My contribution from today following a polo match. This image has some technical issues, but I like it anyway and tried different processing in attempt to add to the feel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Awesome images on this page. Great work!

    P30+, Mamiya 645ADF II, 55-110mm, ISO 800

    ..marvellous

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    H3D-22,
    2,8/80..
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    On the way to Jackson Hole
    hmm now that I look at it, something went wrong in Phocus,
    All I did was bring down the white balance, I had my H3D set to 5k, which was to warm so I dropped it to 4600K and I did a HL and Shadow adjustment, that's it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    H3D-22,
    2,8/80..
    Love the light in this image. Nice!

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    Evening People or Morning for you guys in America! This photo was taken tonight about 1 hour drive from where I live, In an estuary I was being Taken over by Mosquitos! but it was worth it, this is a 4 min 16 second exposure with the H4D-40 and 35-90mm, Lee Big Stopper 10 stop ND, and Lee 105mm Polarizer.





    cheers
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    Hassy H4D-40.

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    Nice shot , shipping bug spray over for ya. It was worth it
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Mamiya 75-150mm D and P30+ on AFD III

    Test 75-150mm D. At f/4.5, it is sharp. I think it becomes razor sharp when stopped down to 6.3. Starting from 4.5, 7.1, and 5.6

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    Will, that's a great capture, and definitely worth braving a few bugs for!
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    Cheers Guy An Jack yeah was worth all the bites! as long as I don't get the Ross River Virus we have here
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    one from last night, minutes before sunset...H3D-39 with HC 4/120 vertically stitched from 3 frames.

    http://pete.langezone.com/pics/yosem...tched-1920.jpg

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    Monte Gridone, 2188m elevation, is located on the Swiss-Italian border. The panorama view was spectacular the day in late August I climbed it with my 80-year old father. On the far left you can see in the distance the Mont Blanc, Monte Rosa massive is there and many other alpine peaks. This panorama extends from the west to the northeast (Lago Maggiore with Locarno). Contax 645 with 55mm Distagon, P65+. Six images stitched to original size of 2.5GB file size, 40k x 7k pixels (reduced for upload, naturally).

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    more fall colors. not quite there yet
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    Here's British TV chef John Burton Race at The Lamb Inn, neat Stonehenge.

    Phase One 645DF with p40+, 80mm LS lens @ f4, 1/125th sec. Lighting, Elinchrom Ranger through 55cm silver beauty dish.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/adamduckworth/5004903285/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post



    cheers
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    Awesome color and I absolutely love the composition Will. The sky and shape of the grass or whatever in the water compliment wonderfully. Talk about connecting Earth and sky. Nicely scene! (pun intended).


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    Tenacity (Escalante National Monument, Utah).

    Mamiya 645, P30+, 28mm


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    Great composition Ed -- and the accommodating sky sure didn't hurt!
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    Nice one Ed. I agree with Jack on the composition and sky - great combination for a unique location.

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    "Evening People or Morning for you guys in America! This photo was taken tonight about 1 hour drive from where I live, In an estuary I was being Taken over by Mosquitos! but it was worth it, this is a 4 min 16 second exposure with the H4D-40 and 35-90mm, Lee Big Stopper 10 stop ND, and Lee 105mm Polarizer."

    "Tenacity (Escalante National Monument, Utah)."

    Will and Ed - wonderful images

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    Leica S2,Summarit 2,5/70,
    DNG Adobe Lightroom 3.2,export 16bit.TIFF Capture One Pro 5.2 - moire pattern 8,amount 100...
    ...1a before export
    ...1b after export
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    Some more or less recent stuff.

    P45 - Cambo WRS / P65 - Linhof Techno / P45 - P1 645AF






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    The same procedure....
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    Still playing and learning with my new P40+ with DF and 80 LS
    it's like i'm learning photography from the start


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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Mitchell View Post
    110mm f2 @ f2.8

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    Tenacity (Escalante National Monument, Utah).

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    Awesome shot Ed! very nice work.

    Couple more light hearted images from me, Have borrowed the 28mm and HTS adapter for the long weekend we are having here and was playing around with it this arvo with a few beers! my dog Rex.





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    Some more or less recent stuff. (My server this time)

    P45 / Cambo WRS - P65 / Linhof Techno - P45 / P1 645AF






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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Tenacity (Escalante National Monument, Utah).

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    Ed - Stunning!

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