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Fun with MF images 2022

vieri

Well-known member
Good morning everyone! I always loved B&W and created some of my most exhibited work with it, but lately I have been shooting even more in B&W, something that suits my mood and vision much better, these days.

Here are four B&W shots from the Faroe Islands:


Phase One IQ4 XT- Rodenstock HR 90mm


Phase One IQ4 XT- Rodenstock HR 23mm


Phase One IQ4 XT- Rodenstock HR 23mm


Phase One IQ4 XT- Rodenstock HR 23mm

Thank you for viewing and commenting, best regards

Vieri
 

drunkenspyder

Active member
Beautiful image ! But how did you get to 23 images ? that does not correspond to 3 rows of 7 or 4 rows of 6
Stay safe,
Rafael
Thanks Rafael. I actually took 24 (3 rows of 8) and tossed one for which I had sufficient overlap and contained some people/objects that would have been difficult to remove.
 

Landscapelover

Senior Subscriber Member
Good morning everyone! I always loved B&W and created some of my most exhibited work with it, but lately I have been shooting even more in B&W, something that suits my mood and vision much better, these days.

Here are four B&W shots from the Faroe Islands:


Phase One IQ4 XT- Rodenstock HR 90mm


Phase One IQ4 XT- Rodenstock HR 23mm


Phase One IQ4 XT- Rodenstock HR 23mm


Phase One IQ4 XT- Rodenstock HR 23mm

Thank you for viewing and commenting, best regards

Vieri
So beautiful Vieri!
Thanks for sharing!
Pramote
 

MGrayson

Subscriber and Workshop Member
I've been getting too OT in the Behind the Scenes thread. I was shooting macros, and the question was asked "Where's Soup?" Well, he wouldn't miss the Macro fun for anything.
Leica S3, S 120/2.5 wide open and at close focus. And cropped. A bit. Oh, and hand-held!



Matt
 

drunkenspyder

Active member
security let you hang around for hours to do a 23/24 image stitch? Did you get a permit for that?
No, I was on the plaza for several minutes. The folks at WTC asked me not to photograph on their property, so I moved into the “street.” From there, I did the hub until a very polite NYPD officer pulled up and told me that tripods weren’t permitted on the plaza; he graciously let me finish the pano.
 

Ray Harrison

Well-known member
I've been getting too OT in the Behind the Scenes thread. I was shooting macros, and the question was asked "Where's Soup?" Well, he wouldn't miss the Macro fun for anything.
Leica S3, S 120/2.5 wide open and at close focus. And cropped. A bit. Oh, and hand-held!



Matt
Excellent! I myself was wondering after Soup just recently.
 

Ray Harrison

Well-known member
The open air train shed at Denver's Union Station.
View attachment 195603
Two image stitch. Phase XT | IQ4.150 | Rodie 32 | .8s | f/11 | ISO 100
Very nice! I'm curious. Did you have to get a permit or go through any process to be able to shoot here? I'm assuming so but I've never found clear guidance on what it would be (part seems to be RTD, the other seems to be the owners of the station building as well). Part of it seems to be around whether you're doing something commercially of course.
 

drunkenspyder

Active member
Very nice! I'm curious. Did you have to get a permit or go through any process to be able to shoot here? I'm assuming so but I've never found clear guidance on what it would be (part seems to be RTD, the other seems to be the owners of the station building as well). Part of it seems to be around whether you're doing something commercially of course.
No permit required. Station and Amtrak personnel were very convivial.
 
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