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  1. rmueller

    Birgit Maddox Monterey, California

    Herzlich Willkommen Birgit und Liebe Grüße aus dem Badischen. Ralf
  2. rmueller

    Hasselblad 40mm F4 CFE or CFE IF ?

    Hi, i’d recommend the IF version. You won’t need it for film but for digital it really stands out and above all other V Zeiss lenses IMO. My wife shoots it on a 503CW with CFV-50c and its her primary lens. If you like, we can put some RAW images on our dropbox and share with you, send me your...
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    Your favourite photographic book done by a medium format photographer?

    Oh wow, there are many and some have been mentioned already. Two of my favorite books are Keith Carter: From Uncertain to Blue Rodney Smith: Photographs or any other book from Keith or Rodney.
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    A day at the Linhof factory in Munich, Germany

    Hi, as mentioned in the thread over here I ordered a brand new Linhof Master Technika 3000 back in June for pickup at the factory. So i took a day off yesterday and after a three hour drive to Munich I was standing...
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    Hasselblad H Versatility

    Hi Dave, wish you a Happy Birthday and a long and lovely autumn season shooting. I do shoot film and MF. Mostly Kodak Portra 160 and 400 with Hassi 500, 200 and SWC. Having said that, i still have tons of transparency stuff around and I'm glad i stocked up WESS Slide Mounts and the puncher...
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    Traveling the south of the US on two-lane highways and country roads

    ... last batch of images, hope you enjoyed the series. Our next US trip will take us to South Dakota again, but this time in winter, the planning has started already. Cheers and a great weekend everybody, Ralf
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    Behind the scenes

    ok, one more.
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    Behind the scenes

    Part of the daily routine of my wife on our road trip was to document the interior of the motels we were staying and sometimes, well it got a bit tight.
  9. rmueller

    Behind the scenes

    And this is the lady who took away my 503CW and this is the result of what she's doing with it. Hope its allowed to share here, BTS image by myself, real image by my wife Andrea. Cheers, Ralf
  10. rmueller

    Traveling the south of the US on two-lane highways and country roads

    Hi, my wife and myself just returned from a three week road trip in the United States. We spend 4300+ miles on two-lane highways and country roads, crossing eight states: We started in Los Angeles, crossed California, Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama and finally...
  11. rmueller

    Behind the scenes

    Hi, just returned from a three week road trip in the US. Shot 10 rolls of Kodak Portra 160 with the Hasselblad 203FE, here's a behind the scenes example. Will share some more images in the Analog Camera section of the forum in the next couple of days. Best Regards, Ralf.
  12. rmueller

    More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Benz. Going out with my Christmas gift, a mint Hasselblad 203FE with FE Distagon 2.8/50, Kodak Portra 400.
  13. rmueller

    Anyone that could share experience w Hasselblad HTS 1.5 Tilt & Shift Adapter

    Dear Greg, the extension plate comes with the HTS. You might want to consider a wider angle lens like the HCD 24 or 28 since the HTS has a built-in tele converter of factor 1.5 so your HC 50 is a 75 mm lens with the HTS. I use the HTS quite frequently, mostly for architecture with shift but...
  14. rmueller

    Behind the scenes

    Another one from this weekend in Chicago. When i retire I will work on a "Parking Garage spots to shoot the L, the definitive guide". This one is well known, it is on Wells Street where the L is making a nice "S" curve. Unfortunately at this time of the year and in early morning hours the trains...
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    Behind the scenes

    I know this is more of a postcard image but I couldn't resist. First time in the city with a T/S adapter, so i can claim this was a test only :p And the result is here