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    That Cathedral Rock is a real winner, Guy! Talk about tonality!
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    An "erratic" in Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia.


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    The Okotoks erratic, aka, the Big Rock (from film):

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    That Cathedral Rock is a real winner, Guy! Talk about tonality!
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    Thanks Bill. One wonders why I like MF this is it. Tonality is one great reason but the ability to push the files to the moon is priceless. Love this stuff
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arjuna View Post
    The Okotoks erratic, aka, the Big Rock (from film):
    From which I believe Big Rock Ale gets its name? (One of my favourite brews!)
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    Guy :"I had a request for a different B&W from Monument Valley for a print so I went back to a P30+ shot I did and reprocessed it in B&W"

    ..wonderful image
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    From which I believe Big Rock Ale gets its name? (One of my favourite brews!)
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    Yes, exactly. Big Rock is a brewery, and has many different brews.

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    Wilson Peak, Colorado - 9/28/10
    Phamyia P21+
    5 Image Stitch

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    ceh - Love the first one, it is a wonderful photograph!

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    Empire Pass, Park City, Utah
    H3D-39 HCD 150mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Trying to capture the grandeur of the Grand Canyon...a 8 panel stitch...reduced to 1920 pixels wide...the original image, after processing is about 43000 pixels wide.

    I guess images like these do not really work on the web.

    Wow nice one
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    cmb,
    many thanks.

    macoberly,
    Wilson Peak, Colorado - beautiful country

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    Last edited by ceh; 29th March 2011 at 00:00.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Thanks Bill. One wonders why I like MF this is it. Tonality is one great reason but the ability to push the files to the moon is priceless. Love this stuff

    Guy, sorry, but how you push the file to the moon? I try to push mine, but I didn't go to far maybe 6 feet

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    LOL that is a little secret we teach at the workshops. LOL

    I'm joking obviously
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    when are you coming to the east cost? colors start changing now,,,so

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    Older image, shot with Mamiya 7 and 43mm. Awesome camera and lens. Scanned on Hasselblad/Imacon.



    More and bigger pics at my blog:

    http://peter-chong.blogspot.com/2010...rt-series.html

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    Peter, this shot is beautiful. Makes me want to run a roll of film through my Mamiya 7...

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    thanks David. Indeed the Mamiya 7 is a wonderful camera. Wish there was a digital back for the 6x7 format for it. I asked a Phase One rep once...and he winked and said "nothing is impossible"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by macoberly View Post
    Wilson Peak, Colorado - 9/28/10
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    I was at this same spot yesterday morning. Looks like you got yours before the smoke moved in. Wonderful light!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    Guy :"I had a request for a different B&W from Monument Valley for a print so I went back to a P30+ shot I did and reprocessed it in B&W"

    ..wonderful image
    Ceh,

    I love both of these images. The first one really captures the cold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    Empire Pass, Park City, Utah
    H3D-39 HCD 150mm
    those are nice. Which lake is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    I was at this same spot yesterday morning. Looks like you got yours before the smoke moved in. Wonderful light!
    Wow. I took this image Tuesday before sunrise. There were no signs of smoke at the time. I hope you still came away with some good shots. I was thinking of returning within the next week but I guess I'll rethink that.

    Mason.

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    Forillon National Park, Quebec.

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    a project I've just completed, made four of these decorative grills, antique silver plate on machined aluminum. a bugger to photograph the full grill but the detail shots worked out

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    Dear all;

    This is from a shoot that I did last night.

    ZD back 150mm Mamiya ( I think , if not the 80mm)




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    Gorgeous work, John. We can never have too much Art Deco. Is that for a residence?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djonesii View Post
    Dear all;

    This is from a shoot that I did last night.

    ZD back 150mm Mamiya ( I think , if not the 80mm)




    Dave
    Link fixed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    a project I've just completed, made four of these decorative grills, antique silver plate on machined aluminum. a bugger to photograph the full grill but the detail shots worked out
    Brilliant piece of work!

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    Saturday's post to my blog. Still shooting my H3D-39 (despite having put down a deposit on an H4D-60 nearly ten months ago!) + 35-90. Perspective corrected in PS.


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    S2,Summarit 2,5/70 - Minor Fatra,Slovakia...
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    Yesterday's post. Same rig as last post.


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    Woody, love that old church!
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    Summer's wheather isn't gone yet !


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    P65+, Cambo RS, 72mm


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Woody, love that old church!
    Ditto Woody, awesome! A perfect compliment to the previous image you posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    a project I've just completed, made four of these decorative grills, antique silver plate on machined aluminum. a bugger to photograph the full grill but the detail shots worked out
    Incredible Jim.

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    Shot in Colorado.
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    Jökulsárlón, Iceland


    Jökulsárlón, Iceland

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    Ed, I like the light on that one!

    Darr, the wave shot is really nice, love the colors!
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    P65+, Cambo RS, 72mm
    awwww.. so..nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Darr, the wave shot is really nice, love the colors!
    Thanks!! I was praying my battery would hold up as I was freezing my *** off!

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    Park City Barn House.
    H3D-39 80mm


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    P40+, 645DF, and Phase 28 D

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    ah what the heck..

    645 AFDIII + Aptus 54s (b&w on done on back, converted with LC)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mAlKhamis View Post
    P40+, 645DF, and Phase 28 D

    The Mysterious Farm
    VERY nice! Love the tonality and the composition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    ah what the heck..

    645 AFDIII + Aptus 54s (b&w on done on back, converted with LC)
    Was not aware you could do B&W directly on the Aptus -- and it certainly does a very nice job! Of course it didn't hurt to have a great composition to work with too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Was not aware you could do B&W directly on the Aptus -- and it certainly does a very nice job! Of course it didn't hurt to have a great composition to work with too
    well its not true B&W, seeing that RAW still got colours in it, so if you go into C1 it will get to coloured version, but LC will show them as intended - grayscales. And with that funky grain that LC adds (ok, its not real grain, its more like irregular sharpening patter) - it almost gives you film feeling. Not quite of course, but good enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    VERY nice! Love the tonality and the composition.
    thank you so much Jack, i really appreciate your feedback you are the best !!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mAlKhamis View Post
    P40+, 645DF, and Phase 28 D

    [IMG]The Mysterious Farm by M.ALKHAMIS[/IMG]
    Very nice. Looks like you are getting the hang of your new system.
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    P65+


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