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    Ed - nice.. They are so 3D..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Very nice. Looks like you are getting the hang of your new system.
    Thanks Guy, i'm so glad that you liked it, and yes after some frustration in the beginning, i manged to kind understand the dynamics of using DMF, thanks to your great forum, i won't make it without you guys, i really appreciate it
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
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    Stunning ED
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    sweet shot Ed, nice shots on the last page too! jealous of the fall colours!
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    P40+ with 645DF and Phase 28 D AF
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    [/url]40 MPH ! by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr
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    Loved this one. Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mAlKhamis View Post
    Thanks Guy, i'm so glad that you liked it, and yes after some frustration in the beginning, i manged to kind understand the dynamics of using DMF, thanks to your great forum, i won't make it without you guys, i really appreciate it
    Thanks you just made the forums day in helping someone out. Honestly the folks here live to help others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
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    Your killing me Ed, I leave next week to head to the fall colors. I'm dying here waiting to go. Great shot
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    what?nobody commented on Jim's abstractions?

    i like 'em

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    Your killing me Ed, I leave next week to head to the fall colors. I'm dying here waiting to go. Great shot
    Don't fret it Guy, you will probably do much better than I did. The color was not as good as it looks and I was pretty frustrated and came home a week early. My timing was just off this year. The color was early, I was late and the weather did not cooperate. Too hot, hazy and smokey for vista shots and the leaves all had enough damage that the intimate scenes were not that pristine condition I look for. I just couldn't seem to snag a printable image other than two really nice ones shot by moonlight at 4am.

    This summer in Colorado everything went outstanding so it ended up being a win some/lose some situation for me.

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    Thanks Ed we are either hoping it holds for next week or has not started yet. AZ just got nailed with a really bad storm with millions of dollars of hail damage around the state . You should see my neighbors car looked like a tommy gun went off on it and we had 3 recorded tornadoes touch down in AZ. Nasty storm so hopefully everything further north is good. You at least pulled off a good capture and end of day all that matters
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    RZ67 ProIID + Mamiya ZD back + some retouching (sharp lenses + sharp digital.. )



    I need to figure out good way to shoot this beast from tripod and yet be mobile. I am too used to move around set freely and so far it kills me every now and then b/c of shake. Then again, too me a while to get hang of AFD body, so may be its just a phase of growing up more muscles
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    Sergei, I love the lighting on this. Interesting pose too.

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    Sergei, I love the lighting on this. Interesting pose too.
    thanks. Its dead simple usual lighting - main with octabank angled a bit down from left, gridded hair from far-above-right and gridded splat of light on background. Nothing fancy. I usually do very different setup, b/c i dont like broad light (plus AB with regular octa is beyound dull, IMHO) , but this was just preset and i kinda rolled with it.

    Normally i am taking my time with gridded thingies Control freak

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    Sergei, very nice indeed.

    I look at work like this from comparatively ancient digital backs and have to wonder at the madness that is MFD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    thanks. Its dead simple usual lighting - main with octabank angled a bit down from left, gridded hair from far-above-right and gridded splat of light on background. Nothing fancy. I usually do very different setup, b/c i dont like broad light (plus AB with regular octa is beyound dull, IMHO) , but this was just preset and i kinda rolled with it.

    Normally i am taking my time with gridded thingies Control freak

    AFDIII (55mm W/N-L lens afaik) + 54s Leaf

    Nice look to this. Well done
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    KeithL - thanks. Basically for me, as i portrait shooter main reason to roll into MFD was to get better skin rendition. I got fed up with issues when you shooting someone with good cheekbone structure, and then having blobs of flat colours where smooth gradients of shadowed skin should be. I tend to shoot more darkish scenes, so that was just getting really irritating. I am still drooling over new backs (P65+ i SO WANT ONE), but even old-ish ZD, being 14 bits can outrun most of new FFs with 14 bit when it comes to do portraiture. And of course true 16 bit backs do it even better. But i still have assortment of dSLRs to shoot when i need long reach/high iso stuff or just need something quick and dirty. So its kind of "each job needs its tool" thing.

    Guy - thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post


    RZ67 ProIID + Mamiya ZD back + some retouching (sharp lenses + sharp digital.. )



    I need to figure out good way to shoot this beast from tripod and yet be mobile. I am too used to move around set freely and so far it kills me every now and then b/c of shake. Then again, too me a while to get hang of AFD body, so may be its just a phase of growing up more muscles
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    očeň krasívoje - very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post


    RZ67 ProIID + Mamiya ZD back + some retouching (sharp lenses + sharp digital.. )



    I need to figure out good way to shoot this beast from tripod and yet be mobile. I am too used to move around set freely and so far it kills me every now and then b/c of shake. Then again, too me a while to get hang of AFD body, so may be its just a phase of growing up more muscles
    Get a grip. Tame the monster. (Click the Pic for bigger view).

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    We've been in Jackson since Monday afternoon and it's now the close of the 3rd full day of shooting. This was taken this morning shortly after sunrise on Mormon Row. Cambo WRS1000/P45+ 10mm shifts Schneider 72mm lens all on top of a Cube. Image was processed with a combination of CS5 and C1 Pro. This was processed on a laptop and a better processing will be done once we get home and put the images on the studio computer.




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    Jenni Farm Late Afternoon

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    Scenes from Singapore...the Financial District from Marina Bay.



    And two panoramas - 8 panels, in main blog article.

    http://peter-chong.blogspot.com/2010...ay-part-3.html

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    Long deserted. P65+, 150 D.


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    Another from the Maritime provinces. P65+, 55 LS.


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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Scenes from Singapore...the Financial District from Marina Bay.



    And two panoramas - 8 panels, in main blog article.

    http://peter-chong.blogspot.com/2010...ay-part-3.html
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    Marc,

    I would like to ask you about the RZ67 Pro IID. I was contemplating this rig as a starting point for jumping into MFD. The secondhand market for these seems reasonably priced and I heard nothing but raves over the lenses. What would the advantages be of this system over say a Hassy 503CW with the AE prism and Grip?
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    Marc,

    I would like to ask you about the RZ67 Pro IID. I was contemplating this rig as a starting point for jumping into MFD. The secondhand market for these seems reasonably priced and I heard nothing but raves over the lenses. What would the advantages be of this system over say a Hassy 503CW with the AE prism and Grip?

    I've been researching this a lot lately since I'm trying to decide what system to get into.

    From my research, these are the ADVANTAGES:

    - multiple format: 6x6, 6x7, 6x4.5
    - rotating back if you want to shoot vertical (6x7 or 6x4.5)

    I'm sure Marc (and others) have more experience and could point out some other benefits as well.

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    Thanks Val! I await the sage responses from the others.

    TBH, I am sorely tempted by the Pentax 645D. I have played with some RAW files from it and they are very nice on the screen and even nicer on my 24" printer. It plugs in nicely to my existing workflow and can take advantage of more economical DSLR class accessories like an Eye-Fi X2 Pro card for wireless tethered operation.
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    Hmm.. Thanks Marc. I might look at the grip, but it adds 400g to already heavy system. Is it left/right symmetrical, per chance? I cant really hold things in my left hand very tight - old injury that didnt get properly patched - nerve endings in left palm are kinda funky ;(

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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Scenes from Singapore...the Financial District from Marina Bay.
    uber cool

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    AFDIII.,L.A.65s,2,8/80 - view of Low Tatras,SK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Another from the Maritime provinces. P65+, 55 LS.

    Bill, I like the color on this one but I think for me the contrast between the sharp textures of the outside frontage and the soft tonality on the inside is what really makes this image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    At risk of sounding picky I would have to crop to correct the window tilt and certainly would have done my utmost to have the bag removed before capture, but nevertheless it's a fine image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    what?nobody commented on Jim's abstractions?
    OK, I'll bite.

    The success of 'abstracted' images often depends on the degree of abstraction.

    It could be that the images would have been more successful had they been either less or more abstracted. Less would have resulted in figurative abstraction and more in pure abstraction. At the moment these images lie between the two.

    Here's an image from a series that I made sometime ago. The aim was to create an image that again falls between figurative and pure abstraction. I swing between thinking it works and thinking it doesn't.


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    Thanks Dominique & Keith, your comments most welcome!

    Keith, you bring up an interesting quasi-ethical issue! The fact is, the bag was there and so it got recorded. In fact there was no way I could have had it removed - but would I have if I could have? Probably not - my view is that I should record what "is", not what I'd like to see!

    As for straightening the window, the same thought applies. If it really was tilted, that's the way it should be recorded, IMHO. In this case I'm not sure if it really was or whether it was a lack of proper alignment on my part. I'll revisit the image (which was cropped to show here) to see if the tilt was "real" or "me"!

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    Bob, I think this shot is beautiful. Well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithL View Post
    OK, I'll bite.

    The success of 'abstracted' images often depends on the degree of abstraction.

    It could be that the images would have been more successful had they been either less or more abstracted. Less would have resulted in figurative abstraction and more in pure abstraction. At the moment these images lie between the two.

    Here's an image from a series that I made sometime ago. The aim was to create an image that again falls between figurative and pure abstraction. I swing between thinking it works and thinking it doesn't.

    Works. I have a feeling that good composition makes a good photo even if the composition is only of colours, shapes, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Keith, you bring up an interesting quasi-ethical issue! The fact is, the bag was there and so it got recorded. In fact there was no way I could have had it removed - but would I have if I could have? Probably not - my view is that I should record what "is", not what I'd like to see!

    As for straightening the window, the same thought applies. If it really was tilted, that's the way it should be recorded, IMHO. In this case I'm not sure if it really was or whether it was a lack of proper alignment on my part. I'll revisit the image (which was cropped to show here) to see if the tilt was "real" or "me"!
    Bill, as far as I can see the window and the tiles are tilted at the same angle which led me to believe that the tilt was probably slight misalignment of camera rather than subject. Of course it could be that both tiles and window were tilted! It's probably just me, but I find slight misalignments rather irritating and yet celebrate the wildly misaligned.

    ...and this leads me on to my second point. I guess having a background as a painter means that I have a different standpoint than if I had started out as a photographer. Painters tend to portray their own truth rather than any literal truth, and as I've probably said here in the past, fidelity doesn't really interest me. When the chips are down I make images rather than record them.

    Thankfully we are all different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Works. I have a feeling that good composition makes a good photo even if the composition is only of colours, shapes, etc.
    Ben, thanks, but I'll probably carry on swinging both ways!

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    from today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Thanks Dominique & Keith, your comments most welcome!

    Keith, you bring up an interesting quasi-ethical issue! The fact is, the bag was there and so it got recorded. In fact there was no way I could have had it removed - but would I have if I could have? Probably not - my view is that I should record what "is", not what I'd like to see!

    As for straightening the window, the same thought applies. If it really was tilted, that's the way it should be recorded, IMHO. In this case I'm not sure if it really was or whether it was a lack of proper alignment on my part. I'll revisit the image (which was cropped to show here) to see if the tilt was "real" or "me"!

    Thanks for commenting!
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    Bill, I took the liberty of performing a quick and dirty skew correction on your window shot. To my eye, the camera was slightly skewed at capture --- and it doesn't take much skew to render the rhomboid geometry. I realize it may not be the way the window looked originally, but I think it is a bit more "comfortable" to look at, at least IMHO:
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    You're right, Jack, I reviewed the original image and it was skewed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    Bob, I think this shot is beautiful. Well done.
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    501+80mm


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    Another one with the ZDb ...

    I was expecting a much less tattooed model from looking at here MM profile.



    and a comment, loved the last shot that I saw from a ZDb, the lighting was exceptional. Proof that sometimes, it is the Indian, not the arrow!

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    S2,70mm - f/16, 8sec.
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    djonesii - if you going to shoot ink, try to shoot infrared

    ceh - love how smooth water flows and yet its not completely blurs into being solid surface.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    S2,70mm - f/16, 8sec.
    oooh, so smooth is the water!


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