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Hi Dave,Alright, alright, alright, to quote someone...it is time for some more tech camera images! Only one for the entire month?
Wow, John, that is lovely.Hi Dave,
I've been posting images in the "Fun with MF Images" thread as it seems that most members have been posting there. But OK, I'll bite - here's the third and final image in a series from my latest and so far only successful adventure to the Marin Headlands to capture the fog rolling over the Golden Gate. This one took a bit of extra work: it's a flat stitch of a 5-layer median blend (i.e., I captured 5 successive images, shifted, captured another 5 successive images, blended each stack, then stitched).
Golden Gate Fog after Dark
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WRS 1250 | IQ3100 | SK 120 ASPH | f/11 | 30 sec | 5-layer median blend | 2-image stitch
The 40 IF is such a great lens...Okay, let's try to animate this thread, although with something different from the beautiful landscapes and cityscapes you post here.
Still documenting the big mess of construction sites here in Berlin.
This has been taken with the Hasselblad 40 IF + CFV-50c Mk1 on a Cambo WDS with 11mm front lens rise. Color graded to my personal taste. No LCC applied.
I see that the inline image preview kinda ruins/defocus the image, click on it to see it the right way in the lightbox.
Thanks for viewing.
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Ben,The 40 IF is such a great lens...
Unfotunately mine has a broken shutter, and nobody can repair it.
At least I found one (after two years) to open the shutter.
So I can use it again without the inbuilt one.