Hasselblad 500cm + CF 150/4 + Fuji Reala 100
Marten Coltrane Supreme 2
I do not usually show my commercial work, but sometimes it's fun to show. Soon it's time for CES in Las Vegas and this speaker will be presented. Marten is a swedish High End speaker manufacture and of course it has to be photographed by a High End camera.
Hasselblad H4D-50 | HCD 4-5,6/35-90 |
Sometimes the small things are fascinating me...
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and if I may add some green stuff:
there was a green line..I hope its gone by now
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From today's walk in the woods.. Imacon 528C, 500C/M 50mmCFi.
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Wildcat in its natural habitat
(Hasselblad 500C/M, cfv-50 @ iso50, Zeiss Distagon 60mm f/3.5 @f/8)
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Bill, that's awesome! What did you do?
Thanks, Dave. At the risk of sounding silly, all I did was aim and shoot - though I did have to get out of my car in -10C temperatures! Hand-held with Sensor+ at 400 ISO.
I gave it +1.5 stops of exposure, processed at C1 defaults then used C1's high contrast B&W style. I also gave it negative clarity.
PS Also shot with my M9 and the 135 Apo - great result too.
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2 Image stitch (1 from post above). Converted in SEP 2. Think I prefer this version, has more power...
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As 2013 draws to a close, I'd like to thank all those who share their images on this forum. I find them illuminating (no pun intended!) and inspiring. They challenge me to look at my own work more critically - and occasionally to despair at how much better I need to be to match some of your contributions.
All in all, it's a very satisfying experience. As for the pictures - WOW!
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H2, P30+ and 80mm at 5,6
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A Happy New Year to all of you!
This place just get better and better for each passing year
Mamiya 6, 150mm, old Portra
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Happy New Year,
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Grayman Stables, near Post, Oregon
H4D-60 with HC 210, f/8 at 1/10th, ISO 200
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Have a Happy New Year Everyone.
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Last of this year, or first of next? A frosty stile on an English country lane at sunrise:
Aptus 22, Cambo 1200, SK 90mm
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Happy New Year. It is the year of the horse. So, I guess that means you need to get back in the saddle and pony up for some new gear. We need no neigh-sayers.
i dont mean to nitpick but its still 30 days to the year of the horse
Not in Japan...
Here's a shot from few nights ago. It comes with a story.
It was about 5 degrees Fahrenheit. Climbed a small peak that I knew had a good view in upstate New York in the Adirondacks. Got myself set up. Took some test shots on my IQ180 on a 645DF body using self timer and mirror lock up. Waited a half hour for the sun to hit the horizon. Then, as one can predict, just as the critical moment arrived, the self timer stopped working in a way I've never seen before on my back! So I did some quick trouble shooting to determine the problem and switched over to manually pulling the trigger as gently as possible to minimize shake. I'm guessing the cold temp. caused the failure.
Settings: ISO 35, f/22, 0.6 seconds, 2 stop grad ND filter, Schneider LS 80 f/2.8 lens
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Another winter shot in the Adirondacks (upstate NY) from a few weeks ago, this one also at around 5-10 degrees Fahrenheit, same gear as previous photo. No gear failures here though. I'd been outside here for almost 2 hours, so the equipment was definitely very cold, but the self timer worked fine in this case.
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John Day River, Picture Gorge, John Day Fossil Beds NM, Oregon.
Cambo WRS, Leaf Aptus II 7, SK35XL
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The Painted Hills, John Day Fossil Beds NM, Oregon.
Cambo WRS, Leaf Aptus II 7, SK35XL - Two shots stitched and slightly cropped.
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Lonaconing Silk Mill
Officially the Klotz Throwing Company. You can read more about it here:
Life Through My Lens: The Lonaconing Silk Mill | The Frederick News-Post Blogs
Phase One P21+, Mamiya 35mm lens, 645AF body. Exposure was 1/3 second.
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Big Sur, CA
Hasselblad H4D-40/HCD 35-90mm/Lee Big Stopper/Lee 0.6 GND
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chris holtmeier- That's a fantastic portrait! The colors, lighting,etc. What gear was used?
This was with a 645DF+, P45+, and Mamiya MF 120 Macro.
Light was a 37" deep octa boomed overhead.
From testing legendary 1:1 Mamiya 120/4 macro lens
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Leica S2 + Mamiya M645 A 120/4 macro @ f/5.6 ISO 320
Leica S2 | S-35,70,120,180 | Hasselblad HC 100/2.2 | Pentax 67 M* 300/4 + 1.4 TC| Mamiya C 55/2.8 N, 80/2.8 N, A 120/4, 150/2.8 D | Sony A7r II + various lenses
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Not sure if I posted this from the summer, but one of my first images taken with the DFA 55 mm f/2.8 on the P645D
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