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  • “Fun with MF images” (and similar) has been one of the most popular threads but its length is almost impossible to navigate as it spans years. In order to organize such threads and make them manageable, we decided to split them by years. So every year we will start a brand new thread, for example “Fun with MF images 2021.” The older threads are still available for viewing but posting there will be locked.

Fun with MF images - ARCHIVED - FOR VIEWING ONLY

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JAB

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Really nice Carl!

I agree, I wish you could just set near and far point and let the software do the work. But, the focus stacking works and I'm glad it's there!!
 

nameBrandon

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We have a small town by us that prides themselves on being "quirky".. Each Halloween they put out skeletons all over their downtown area and we went out to see them today.

I'm in an inspired black and white mood as of late, thanks to the imminent announcement of the Leica Q2 Monochrom (already have my order in to purchase one).







 

Mexecutioner

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We have a small town by us that prides themselves on being "quirky".. Each Halloween they put out skeletons all over their downtown area and we went out to see them today.

I'm in an inspired black and white mood as of late, thanks to the imminent announcement of the Leica Q2 Monochrom (already have my order in to purchase one).







That's cool! I bet the kiddos loved it. I am glad they are having some fun as this is will be an unusual Halloween for them.
 

scho

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Three images from an afternoon walk at Meyers Point on the east shore of Cayuga Lake. All handheld with the 907x and 45/4p. Last image is a two shot stitch in LR photmerge.





Looking north at the mouth of Salmon Creek. Click image for larger view.

 
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