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Fun with MF images 2021

dave.gt

Well-known member
Hi Dave,

The plexiglass is just a window. This is a shed with three walls and space heaters overhead. Like the 5,000 other outdoor dining establishments in NYC, it is literally in the street. I have sat a few feet directly in front of busses that were discharging passengers. February was an adventure, where one had to choose between sheds that were too enclosed for COVID risk (four walls) or hypothermia. Winter camping with table service!

Matt
Matt, that sounds hilarious! :ROFLMAO:
But I guess it is working?

I wonder how that will be in the summer heat...

Glad to see once again how creative New Yorkers are! Never been a doubt about that!

Dave
 

vjbelle

Well-known member
Greetings from the Oregon Coast. I started this trip at the North and plan to travel to the South end of Oregon. This image was one I really had to search for as I had seen it once but with no directions. I shot this numerous times and then started my trip back to Cannon Beach when I thought to myself that it would really look nice with a 'Stopper' influence. I turned the car around and shot again and am glad I did.

Fuji 100s, 50mm, Super stopper.

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vjbelle

Well-known member
An image from Bandon where it has been fogged in since I arrived. I can travel a mile in any direction, other than into the ocean, and the sky is clear blue. A fabulous place to photograph.....

Fuji 100s, 50mm, 12 image stack.

Cheers from Oregon.

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vjbelle

Well-known member
View from Ecola Park towards Haystack Rock which is at the upper right of the image. Difficult to take as the Ocean mist acts as a translucent filter in parts of the image. I tried to polarize it but that had no effect. Thought I would post anyway.

Victor B.

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drevil

Well-known member




These images i shot at the great wall section my hiking group calls the long hebei hike, as the name suggests, its quite long, it took us nearly 6 hours to finish. its spring now in beijing but in this region the flowers still take their time.

GFX100 with Canon 50TSE, GF23 and 250mm, really considering the GFX100S now to reduce the weight of my gear.
 

Greg Haag

Well-known member
View from Ecola Park towards Haystack Rock which is at the upper right of the image. Difficult to take as the Ocean mist acts as a translucent filter in parts of the image. I tried to polarize it but that had no effect. Thought I would post anyway.

Victor B.

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Its a beautiful view from there Victor, I stood at almost that exact spot about 30 days ago! We really enjoyed Cannon Beach.
 

vjbelle

Well-known member
Its a beautiful view from there Victor, I stood at almost that exact spot about 30 days ago! We really enjoyed Cannon Beach.
Yes.... very different from Bandon or Gold Beach. All of the Portland money feeds Cannon Beach and the result is a plus for the traveler. The fog inversion was so bad at Gold Beach that I decided to come back to Cannon Beach and 'REAL' civilization. I'm here for another two nights.

I would, for sure, stay at Cannon Beach again.

Victor B.
 
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jng

Well-known member
Low Fog Event
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WRS 1250 | IQ4 150 | Rodie 40HR | f/11 | Dual Exposure+​

I got up at some ridiculous hour this morning to catch the early morning light at Rodeo Beach but was greeted with a beautiful (and somewhat elusive) "low fog event" upon arriving at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge on the way to the coast. Quick change of plans and a short hike later landed me at the not-so-secret location where the Transamerica Building lines up within the upper "window" of the bridge's north tower (hopefully you can see this by zooming in a bit). This image was captured just as the sun rose from behind the hills to the east and bathed the fog with a warm glow. The sounding of the fog horns in the background was magical.

John
 

orftoden

New member
First time sharing in this thread--here it goes.

Attached are two images I took while testing out my new GFX 100s paired with my trusty Arca-Swiss M-line 2. The top image was made with a Rodenstock 60mm f/4 HR Digaron-S, iso 100, 1/8s at f/8. The bottom image was made with a Rodenstock 100mm f/5.6 HR Digaron-S lens iso 100, 1/10s at f/8. Enjoy! DSCF0069.jpgUntitled-1.jpg
 

GrahamWelland

Subscriber & Workshop Member
Greetings from the Oregon Coast. I started this trip at the North and plan to travel to the South end of Oregon. This image was one I really had to search for as I had seen it once but with no directions. I shot this numerous times and then started my trip back to Cannon Beach when I thought to myself that it would really look nice with a 'Stopper' influence. I turned the car around and shot again and am glad I did.
It’s a great location - if you stay at the Cannery Pier Hotel you can literally fall out of bed and wander down the causeway to shoot that location. I agree that the super-stopper effect with the water works well. Glad also to see that they finally finished the work on the bridge too because that section was covered in tarp for quite a while.
 
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