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Fun with MF images

fotografz

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Then there's my own stuff ... one for a Hasselblad Calendar some of us on another forum are doing ... called "Home Sweet Home" ... and the other, one of my "art shots" ... :cool:
 
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tom in mpls

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Graham, that looks like a half dozen reasons why it was a tough shoot. I can't imagine how you kept the dress from getting completely soaked. Fun job, though, I'd bet.
 

fotografz

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From earlier today. Rollei 6008AF, Sinar e54LV, 80mm PQS f2.8 at f8

Nice !!!

Best "Trash The Dress" shot I've seen to date ;)

(for those not familiar ... there is a trend in wedding photography where the bride allows shots that can damage her dress once it has served its purpose.)
 

fotografz

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Some Wedding stuff using MF digital: Contax 645/Kodak 645C, Zeiss 350/4 ... H3D/31 & HC100/2.2
 
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fotografz

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Yes, the Kodak back cropped a fair amount. But at the sizes I print wedding images at, that's no problem. The Zeiss 350/4 helped a lot also : -)
 
Great shots guys! In particular, I really like the first horse shot Graham -- excellent lighting. Here is an older one which I am sure some of you have seen, but I figured I would throw it in here.
Camera: Hasselblad 500c/m, Lens 80mm f/2.8 CT* (1970s), A12 back with Acros.



Here's a crop...it would be sharper but it was at f/22:

By the way, that crop is directly above the head of the figure at left.
Or this: Camera: 203FE, 110/2 FE, E12 back. The thing that impresses me most about the 203FE is the exposure -- it is just spot on all the time. Shooting slide film with it is so easy compared to other cameras...other than the M7, which also does it. I think they both have similar metering areas...
 
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