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Fun with MF images - ARCHIVED - FOR VIEWING ONLY

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MGrayson

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If it's worth processing, it's worth over processing, I always say. High drama downtown :)



I should probably edit out the crane and leave its reflection in...

--Matt
 

Bryan Stephens

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If it's worth processing, it's worth over processing, I always say. High drama downtown :)



I should probably edit out the crane and leave its reflection in...

--Matt
I love how the B&W makes the buildings glow like they are golden towers. :clap:

Almost like an infra-red look to it. :thumbs::thumbs:
 

etrump

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Incredible moment in the Huangshan Mountains. One of the many reasons I switched from a tech camera to the XF.

XF/3100/300mm:

 

GrahamWelland

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Incredible moment in the Huangshan Mountains. One of the many reasons I switched from a tech camera to the XF.

XF/3100/300mm:
Beautiful shot Ed!

This is on my bucket list although I would definitely pay for the photo gear sherpas. Not being a mountain goat myself, I wouldn't relish lugging the XF up and down those thousands of steps to get there!
 

etrump

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Thank you, definately not for the faint of heart - punn intended!
Beautiful shot Ed!

This is on my bucket list although I would definitely pay for the photo gear sherpas. Not being a mountain goat myself, I wouldn't relish lugging the XF up and down those thousands of steps to get there!
 
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Arjuna

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Beautiful shot Ed!

This is on my bucket list although I would definitely pay for the photo gear sherpas. Not being a mountain goat myself, I wouldn't relish lugging the XF up and down those thousands of steps to get there!
There are (were) a couple of cable-cars for getting up and down, and a hotel up top. Still, some of the trails are not for the vertigo-challenged.
From a trip in 2007; Mamiya 6 I believe:
 

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stevenfr

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A long exposure of maple leaves in a eddy with tree reflections and leaves sunken to the bottom of the stream. I spent hours at this spot playing with different exposures and compositions.

Steven
 

Deltona

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Beautiful imagery again! Just goes to show that the latest gear isn't what makes superb images - just vision and talent. :thumbs:

Thanks Graham thats very kind of you. I must say that the P21+ does give a great deal, it has some flaws for sure, but work around those and it can produce some great images. My Fuji gear hasn't been used for 2 months. I really like the simplicity of the
Camera and back, stick it in manual mode and just shoot.
 

MGrayson

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More experimentation. The first in processing, the second in hand holding MF at 1/2 second. Not sure either was a good idea, but at least it's different.

Star trails on the sidewalk:


No blur was introduced in post. It was, as you can guess, a misfire. But the processing produced unexpected effects - especially the sharp straight lines.

Fulton St. Station:


It's tempting to crop the right 1/3 of the subway picture and make a square format of the train only. Suggestions are welcome.

That 24 Super-Elmar seems glued to the S(006) :)

--Matt
 
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