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Fun with MF images 2021

FloatingLens

Well-known member
I had the pleasure of visiting Durham cathedral (N E England) today, which is worth a visit at any time, more so at present as they are hosting the museum of the moon. This is a 7m wide sculpture based on detailed NASA images. It was lit by available light through the tall stained glass windows within the cathedral at the time of my visit. Taken with my GFX100S + GF23mm:

Museum of the moon by Mark, on Flickr
Impressive imagery!
 

MGrayson

Subscriber and Workshop Member
I found a larger model of the moon, but the lighting was awful! :ROFLMAO: The moon was so lost in the haze that focus peaking didn't see anything to highlight. This is a testament to good fortune in manual focusing (NOT hand held. Lens support rail and Gitzo 5 held). I was really surprised to see what clarity and dehaze could find in that faint pale arc.


BTW, here's what was visible - straight OOC.


This one is not THAT interesting, but I liked the arc of lit green.


And a nicely eerie hole filled with color in the wall of vegetation.


All of the above with Leica S(007), Zeiss 350/5.6 Superachromat, and Teleconverter APO 1.4XE for a grand total of 490mm f/8.

Matt
 
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FloatingLens

Well-known member


Saw this tree on the way down from the great wall, in miyun district of beijing, lots of nice autumn colors already.
Shot this wide open with the Contax 645 and 120mm Makro Planar and P65+
Stunning! Did you remove the signature AMP vignette or is it a crop?
 

P. Chong

Well-known member
Earlier today...dinner time...about 630pm, rather early for the main evening crowd. It does get a bit busier at peak dinner time...from about 7pm to 8pm. This is one of our favourite places to have Japanese wagyu. Casual. Inexpensive.

Fujifilm GFX 50S II with GF50. Shot raw, converted to Acros BW in ACR and cropped to 6524 X-Pan mode in PS.

japanese-restaurant1.jpg
 

gurtch

Well-known member
My first outing with this camera. Lenses used were 23mm, 32-64mm, 100-200mm all at f16, ISO 400, all hand held, except the 100-200 I used a monopod. I really like the camera. The IBIS suits an 84 year old guy.

Dave
The camera is a Fuji GFX 100S.
Dave
 

nalye

Member
Good times living in the city where the Currywurst has been invented. On the downside is the fact that this place where it was not invented is open nearly 24/7 and therefore charges accordingly double-ish from what you normally pay. But hey, had a good time chatting with the owner and generally spending a late evening with some nice people :) Nothing fancy to show, really, but a nice picture of the atmosphere.

Job_0023_kleiner.jpg
(and I do know that for example Curry36 is far better but I could not be bothered to walk further)
 

P. Chong

Well-known member
Berlin, right? is this the one where you can grab a bottle of champagne with your curry wurst?


Good times living in the city where the Currywurst has been invented. On the downside is the fact that this place where it was not invented is open nearly 24/7 and therefore charges accordingly double-ish from what you normally pay. But hey, had a good time chatting with the owner and generally spending a late evening with some nice people :) Nothing fancy to show, really, but a nice picture of the atmosphere.


(and I do know that for example Curry36 is far better but I could not be bothered to walk further)
 

docholliday

Well-known member
As some of you know, I never post work either because 1) it's contracted to a client or under embargo or 2) it's personal work for a reason. However, every so often, I do get done early enough to find something fun to shoot that's not too serious. So, here's two for @darr and all you working folks out there. Here's to the martini shot!

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P. Chong

Well-known member
I was there once, about 10 years ago. It was at least 3am, after a hard night of partying...we dropped in for a bite. And we saw Angela Merkel getting her Currywurst fix there...ok, we were quite drunk, but positive it was her...probably...

Exactly this place, yes. A cool 580 Euros for a bottle.
 
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