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    This image was taken using a Phase One XF iq3 100 camera on my last shoot in the rockies photographing aspens. I was fortunate to find these foreground bushes to add a contrast colour versus the aspen trees. The early morning light gives a glow to the forest.

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    Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ180 IQ3100 Trichromatic |

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    XF100, 35LS

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenfr View Post
    This image was taken using a Phase One XF iq3 100 camera on my last shoot in the rockies photographing aspens. I was fortunate to find these foreground bushes to add a contrast colour versus the aspen trees. The early morning light gives a glow to the forest.

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    Love your forest shots. I find these so difficult to do - simplification and isolation isn't as easy at it looks!
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    Hi Graham

    Thank you for the kind feedback. I agree, forests are very chaotic place to find a composition. I like that when I find a composition it is something that is unique and something I find. The Phase One 100mp back is ideal for the detail in a forest composition on a large print.

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    Love your forest shots. I find these so difficult to do - simplification and isolation isn't as easy at it looks!
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    looks easy - trust me it isn't
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Thanks Dave;I fixed it. I often don't notice tilts. My father told me I didn't have my head on straight and it appears he was right.
    Lol. Tom, I am only on my cell phone at the moment, but did you tilt the trees in the 2nd image in the opposite (wrong) direction? They are now tilting even more to the left. Notice the trees on the left side of the frame as compared to the left side frame edge? If not, my cell phone's screen is tilted and needs replacing.

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    The last Sunset

    Stenbjerg landingsplads, Thy Nature Reserve, Denmark

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    That is, the last sunset for this trip.

    It does something to you, the sea.

    I see big, hard men, come down to the beach at sunset,
    Sitting down on a bench and suddenly a stillness flow out from them.
    And there they sit until sunset is past its border to the night.
    Then they are gone.

    You don't need the epic dramatic sunsets to take you into the night
    They are a distraction to the transition over the border
    So you don't step fully into the night

    But linger in the past..

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    Once again, the weather cooperates. S(006), 70 Summarit





    Depressed as all hell.

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    Took the 645z out for a spin this afternoon. Dreary nasty weather but thought it was also a good chance to put the weatherproofing to a test....and long exposure capabilities The background is a little too busy for my taste and I didn't isolate the island as much as I wanted to, but I'll have plenty of chances to go back. 80-160mm @130mm, f10, big stopper, 384 sec exposure (long exposure noise reduction was off so no dark frame).
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    From the same walk, but Mamiya 7II, 43/4.5, Ilford Delta400



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    I was in Yosemite the past few days and this was yesterday morning (1/21/17) after it snowed 8 to 10 inches and was still snowing. I planed to stay last night but the park closed all campgrounds because of expected wind and blizzard conditions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcdeveau View Post
    Took the 645z out for a spin this afternoon. Dreary nasty weather but thought it was also a good chance to put the weatherproofing to a test....and long exposure capabilities The background is a little too busy for my taste and I didn't isolate the island as much as I wanted to, but I'll have plenty of chances to go back. 80-160mm @130mm, f10, big stopper, 384 sec exposure (long exposure noise reduction was off so no dark frame).
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    Why such a long exposure? Was it actually dark? Or is it a typo? Or should I say why big stopper?
    But I love that first shot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Gale View Post
    I was in Yosemite the past few days and this was yesterday morning (1/21/17) after it snowed 8 to 10 inches and was still snowing. I planed to stay last night but the park closed all campgrounds because of expected wind and blizzard conditions.

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    Small world ... me too. If you saw a white jeep with Colorado plates zipping around it was me!

    I heard that they cleared out the campsites mid day - another shooter was there with his truck camper and got moved out. However, I did see someone with a fifth wheel camped off the side of the road approaching the chapel. That surprised me.

    ps good catch with fox/coyote!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Why such a long exposure? Was it actually dark? Or is it a typo? Or should I say why big stopper?
    But I love that first shot!
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    Thanks Bill. No typo, exposure was about 6.5 minutes and then DNG was actually pushed +1.5ev in post. I guess to answer your question just because I could? Haha. I've only had the 645z about two months but haven't pushed any shots beyond 30 seconds or so. Ive been wanting to give longer exposures a shot to see what the camera is capable of, and it was a dim and dreary day (heavy rain throughout the day) and I had a big stopper in my bag, so that's what I did
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    Fuji G617, Fuji 160NS:

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcdeveau View Post
    I guess to answer your question just because I could?
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    " Icy Islands "





    Winter Islands by Werner Utsch, on Flickr

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    Winter sun. 503C + CVF-50c

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericborgstrom View Post
    Winter sun. 503C + CVF-50c
    I can see that you are using some real quality equipment

    And with a good result!

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    My most successful Medium Format image of 2016. This is an aerial shot taken from a helicopter with the doors removed in a steep bank shooting straight down at 2000 feet AGL in northwestern Australia's Kimberley region where the Ord River meets the Timor Sea. No color manipulation in post - it really looks like this! Phase One XF-IQ3100, SK 80mm, ISO 400, f/6.3, 1/2500s...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ejpeiker View Post
    My most successful Medium Format image of 2016. This is an aerial shot taken from a helicopter with the doors removed in a steep bank shooting straight down at 2000 feet AGL in northwestern Australia's Kimberley region where the Ord River meets the Timor Sea. No color manipulation in post - it really looks like this! Phase One XF-IQ3100, SK 80mm, ISO 400, f/6.3, 1/2500s...
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    Fabulous - congratulations EJ !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Fabulous - congratulations EJ !
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    +1!

    Hard to imagine what it must have felt like looking straight down out of a helicopter with no doors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    +1!

    Hard to imagine what it must have felt like looking straight down out of a helicopter with no doors.

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    I do that at least a couple of times a year for many years now so not that abnormal
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    Quote Originally Posted by ejpeiker View Post
    My most successful Medium Format image of 2016. This is an aerial shot taken from a helicopter with the doors removed in a steep bank shooting straight down at 2000 feet AGL in northwestern Australia's Kimberley region where the Ord River meets the Timor Sea. No color manipulation in post - it really looks like this! Phase One XF-IQ3100, SK 80mm, ISO 400, f/6.3, 1/2500s...
    EJ,
    Wonderful image. The chaos theory and fractal nature implications are striking. Something I am always searching for in nature and in my images. You've captured it beautifully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ejpeiker View Post
    My most successful Medium Format image of 2016. This is an aerial shot taken from a helicopter with the doors removed in a steep bank shooting straight down at 2000 feet AGL in northwestern Australia's Kimberley region where the Ord River meets the Timor Sea. No color manipulation in post - it really looks like this! Phase One XF-IQ3100, SK 80mm, ISO 400, f/6.3, 1/2500s...
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    When I was in my pre teen years, there was a hobby kit with thin sheets of copper (like tin foil but thicker), where one could trace the outline of almost any item (like a big leaf), by rolling over the copper foil with the tracing pencil and it would result in peaks and valleys outlining the underlying subject just like your image. Are you sure you didn't use your P&S to take an image of a copper tracing? LOL!

    Truly a remarkable image...not only because it was taken from a helicopter, but of the surreal capture that also emulates a unique beautiful work of art that also represents our beautiful planet. Lovely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ejpeiker View Post
    My most successful Medium Format image of 2016. This is an aerial shot taken from a helicopter with the doors removed in a steep bank shooting straight down at 2000 feet AGL in northwestern Australia's Kimberley region where the Ord River meets the Timor Sea. No color manipulation in post - it really looks like this! Phase One XF-IQ3100, SK 80mm, ISO 400, f/6.3, 1/2500s...
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    A stunning shot! I too have shot out of a banking helicopter with no doors on so that I could shoot vertically downwards - but never in somewhere as wild as the Kimberley. Only over Sydney Harbour. I was expecting it to feel terrifying but strangely it didn't. Perhaps it was concentrating on the shot that took my mind off it! CMOS sensors that allow high quality ISO400 shots certainly help helicopter shots, don't they?
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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    When I was in my pre teen years, there was a hobby kit with thin sheets of copper (like tin foil but thicker), where one could trace the outline of almost any item (like a big leaf), by rolling over the copper foil with the tracing pencil and it would result in peaks and valleys outlining the underlying subject just like your image. Are you sure you didn't use your P&S to take an image of a copper tracing? LOL!

    Truly a remarkable image...not only because it was taken from a helicopter, but of the surreal capture that also emulates a unique beautiful work of art that also represents our beautiful planet. Lovely!

    Dave (D&A)
    That was my feeling of it too and in experimenting with printing it, it looks just like what you describe when printing it on metalic pearl paper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ejpeiker View Post
    That was my feeling of it too and in experimenting with printing it, it looks just like what you describe when printing it on metalic pearl paper.
    What an interesting choice of paper to print this image on. Must look stunning.

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    One more from the woods: 645Z, 75mm, handheld (on skis).

    _IMG5521 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Hi,

    I took my Hasselblad 555/ELD + P45+ on a small trip to a forrest, this was the first image I made. It was shot with the Planar 100/3.5 CF. I would need something like 80mm for this shot, so I backed of a bit and made two images that I stitched vertically.

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    ? ? ? ? ? No winter in Sweden ? ? ? ? ? We have -8C at the highest today and lots of snow .
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    Achromatic+, AF, Mamiya 50mm shift.

    A little plug to visit the For Sale forum where I am selling this back!

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    " Minus Eleven "





    Minus Eleven by Werner Utsch, on Flickr


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    This image is from a small island off the coast of Tasmania. When I was shooting this scene I was struck by the layers of texture in this scene.

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    Hi,

    Sweden is a quiet long country, no winter in the south, right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    ? ? ? ? ? No winter in Sweden ? ? ? ? ? We have -8C at the highest today and lots of snow .

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    Omberg Nature Reserve

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    From today, +3 and fog!
    About 375 km north of Malmö.

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    Kerkyra fortress

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    Like southern Sweden apparently our weather here is well above normal temperature, wet and misty. So here's one from NSW last year. I feel warmer already...

    XF,100,SK55

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    " Rheinufer I "





    Rheinufer I by Werner Utsch, on Flickr


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    From a couple years ago. A nod to a New York icon who pointed his camera to the skies.


    Pentax 645D, FA 45-85 @ 45mm.
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    Small town Wisconsin. 645D - 28-45mm
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    Fantastic! I took one like this in Vermont in 1979 with my 4x5 view camera.

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    I took my 645Z x-country skiing today. Not something I usually do, but the high temps (58F) promised some interesting mist in the woods and less than ideal skiing. Two shots taken with the 75mm, not sure which I prefer.

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    This image was from a shoot in Northern Patagonia. Not an easy place to shoot forest images the forest are really cluttered. I found this stand of trees after hiking up a scree slope. The winds can be just ferocious. We had the top hinge ripped off on our rented SUV after opening it and the wind grabbed the door like a sail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenfr View Post
    Not an easy place to shoot forest images the forest are really cluttered.
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    That's the trouble with forests, you can't see the wood for the trees!

    Lovely pics, nevertheless
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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    That's the trouble with forests, you can't see the wood for the trees!

    Lovely pics, nevertheless
    Thanks for the kind feedback. I always try and find a design element and tie that in with colour and pattern in the forest. Not an easy thing to accomplish and sometimes I spend days looking for the right spot. I like the challenge and the hunting involved in finding the right spot. At times, my wife standing beside me says she can't see what I am shooting until I frame it up for her.

    I will post some more from the forests in Patagonia.

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    Bird shooting today
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    This fellow, a Sand Hill Crane, visits us nearly every day and begs for dry cat food and peanuts which he will gently take from hand if offered and generally just hangs out in our front yard. He has become something of a pet over the past few years that he has been visiting... my kind of neighbor.


    Leica 007 / Summicron S 100.

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