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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    GFX 50R. Thanks for looking
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

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    GFX 50R. Thanks for looking
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    Dave,

    Beautiful seascape. Well done.

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    Dave,

    Beautiful seascape. Well done.

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    Thank you Carl....I went to your web site; coming from you, I take your compliment as very flattering.
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    GFX 50R, 32-64mm lens, ISO 400, f13 with monopod.
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    Yesterday here on Long Beach Island, NJ it was the lousiest weather I have seen here in a long time. From the minute we woke up, the fog was so thick you could only see a short distance, and on top of that it was raining. We had a lunch date with friends in land about 40 miles south. Close by from where we had lunch we decided to visit one of my favorite spots in the lousy weather, as I thought there might be picture possibilities. GFX 50 R, 32-64 lens, ISO 800, f11, monopod to steady the camera. Thanks for looking. We also ran across an old church with grave stones in the fog. That will be my next processing project.
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    Well, at age 83, I guess I am "the elderly", and we are being advised to stay home. The attached image from a GFX 50R was made from our deck overlooking the bay. We are on a barrier island in southern NJ. Since I have time on my hands, I combined two images made from our deck, the foreground with a 100-200 mm lens at 200mm f11 ISO 400, and sky with a 32-64mm lens at 64mm f8.
    If the weather cooperates I will get out and walk the beach for images (rather deserted this time of year). Thanks for looking
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    At our age, we have taken the virus recommendations very seriously, but you really get cabin fever. We have taken to getting in our car and going to outdoor spots that are deserted. We started out going to Viking Village. We saw only one person at the normally busy seaport. All boats were in port. I made photos of course. We then went to the Barnegat Light beach. I think the distance from the street end to the ocean must be a half mile at least. Enormous dunes. Again, empty and I made more photos---will show them after I have processed them. Later that week we went to the mainland and the two Dock Roads, and Seven Bridges Road. Again....deserted and more photos which I have not processed yet. Will post when finished. These shots may not be "portfolio Grade", but they keep an 83 year old busy!
    Fugi GFX 50R 32-64mm lens at 42mm f11 ISO 400.
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    Note the title--sign of the times. GFX 50R 32-64mm lens at 42mm f11, ISO 400.
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    In keeping with the orders to stay isolated (we are 80 and 83 years of age---"the elderly"), we have been going to deserted places to photograph. We went to the mainland to both Dock Rds and 7 Bridges Rd. Here are two images. Both made with a Fuji GFX 50R, 32-64mm lens. Thanks for looking
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    Quote Originally Posted by DougDolde View Post
    Man, I was tempted. 50r with 50mm lens was $3999.

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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    Another recent shot on our deserted beach. Doing my thing with abstract fences and shadows.... a holdover from my Black and White film days. GFX 50R with 32-64mm lens at 64mm f16 ISO 400. Converted to B&W with Silver Efex Pro, slight blue toner to attempt the look of Kodak Gold (blue) toner of my youth.
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    Since we are staying home, I did not have to go far for this sunset, taken from our deck several nights ago. GFX 50R, 32-64mm at 46mm f8 ISO 400. Normally I would use several shots HDR, but I did not have my tripod handy (in my car trunk). Instead, I had to separate the sky, water and foreground, put them on their own layers, and use adjustment layers separately on each. Thanks for looking
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    Two more recent photos taken in deserted places on the NJ southern shore where we live. GFX 50R, 23mm lens.
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    Another of our trips to deserted places to photograph. Fuji GFX 50R.
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    Here is another shot but a vertical same location as the previous post. GFX 50R 32-64mm lens f13 ISO 400. Thanks for looking
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    First, let me apologize to you folks that are purists out there, and would consider the below image cheating. It is a composite. Being 83 years old and in lockdown has given me time to play around with old images using new tools. My goal has always been to make pleasing images regardless of method. My history goes back to film-Camera Clubs-PSA Salons-paper negatives- double printing-montages- derivations-posterizations-etc. Not sure where to post this: foreground, including the sun and star marks made in Feb 2010 with a Sony A900, 28mm Sony f2.8 lens at f11, ISO 200. Sky made several nights ago with GFX 50R 32-64mm lens at 44mm, f7 ISO 400.
    Again, my apologies in advance if I have offended anyone....it's just my way of having fun and keeping my old brain active. Thanks for looking
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    Another from the series of my wife and I going to deserted places to photograph. Several previous images I posted of this spot when the garvey was out clamming. This time the garvey was in. GFX 50R, 100-200mm Fuji lens at 150mm, f13 for added depth of field, ISO 400. The lens stabilization is wonderful, as I hand held this shot. Thanks for looking.
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    With an adapted M-mount lens.

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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    My wife and I are still going to deserted places to photograph. GFX 50R, 32-64mm lens at 32mm, f14, ISO 800 hand held.
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    My wife and I continue to make "field trips" to lonely places to photograph. GFX 50 R, 32-64mm lens. Thanks for looking.
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    Another "Field Trip", this time to Viking Village. I really love that place, a real throw back. I suspect the boats and gear looked very similar 75 or more years ago. We only saw one person there. Restaurants being closed has really hurt the fishing industry. It looked like just about all the boats were in port. I shot about 120 images. So far I have only developed these six, but several others show promise. Enjoy the images and please stay safe.
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    Here is another shot taken at Viking Village last week on our same outing. GFX 50R, 32-64mm lens, hand held.
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    We had no measurable snow fall this year. With plenty of time on our hands, I am re-visiting some old files I never developed. Here is one from January 2019. GFX 50R, 32-64mm lens at 43mm. f14, 1/450 sec, ISO 400. Thanks for looking
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    GFX 50R with 32-64mm lens, ISO 400 about f13 to f16.
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    GFX 50R 32-64mm lens ISO 400, f13
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    Too much time on my hands...I played around with a recent image to suggest a painting. For those that don't know, before I got my B.S. and M.S. Engineering Degrees from Drexel, I had out of high school a full tuition and fees scholarship to The Tyler School of Fine Arts at Temple University. I did not finish. I actually studied under Dean Boris Bly (sculpture)
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    Spent all day editing and finishing three images I had stashed away from our car trips to out of the way places. Here is the third image. It is a bit "busy", but I like it anyway as it gives me the feeling of being there. GFX 50R 32-64mm lens, ISO 400 f13.
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    Spent all day editing and finishing three images I had stashed away from our car trips to out of the way places. Here is the third image. It is a bit "busy", but I like it anyway as it gives me the feeling of being there. GFX 50R 32-64mm lens, ISO 400 f13.
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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    Primrose Hill, London - today. I like the way the viewpoint creates a stage on which people interact with the scenery. I couldn't decide which photograph I liked best so, here are both.
    GFX50R+50/3.5
    Primrose Hill is one of the 'protected views' of St Paul's Cathedral that surround London. Construction is prohibited for any building that would interfere with the view of the dome. You can see it left of centre.



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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Primrose Hill, London - today. I like the way the viewpoint creates a stage on which people interact with the scenery. I couldn't decide which photograph I liked best so, here are both.
    I like the first/top one...
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    GFX50R+50/3.5

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    Re: Fun with the GFX 50R

    Moon Over White Tank. Joshua Tree National Park. GFX-50R, 50mm. Two frames stitched vertically. Best camera I've ever owned
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    Quote Originally Posted by DougDolde View Post
    Moon Over White Tank. Joshua Tree National Park. GFX-50R, 50mm. Two frames stitched vertically. Best camera I've ever owned
    Great photo.

    The most Leica-like non-Leica camera I've ever owned. And unlike a Leica, it actually works.

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