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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Still trying to come to grips with the 21mm on the X1D. It's wide! (the Canon 17 T/S is next, I suppose )
    Here's a stacked car parking lot in lowerish Manhattan.



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    Very cool perspective, Matt! Colors catch the eye, well done!

    Somehow, I like the look of these parking facilities as they remind me of the scale model promotional I once collected as a young enthusiast before we started our
    family. I still have those boxed up somewhere.

    You have inspired me to visit the boxes left unopened for a long time!

    Btw, this is probably a common site in NYC. I am not aware if a single facility like this is even in Georgia. A rare sight, thanks for sharing!
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    Touro Synagogue, Newport Rhode Island, in late afternoon light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Amazing tones there, Dave, with a lovely composition.
    Thanks, Ed. The film back did all the work other than my contorted position to actually frame this shot. It is a very low sculpture in Piedmont Park. So, while Todd was busy making yet another masterpiece, I was in a three point stance with my elbow on the wet asphalt paving, almost horizontal trying to look through the viewfinder. True Focus is amazing.

    As Humphrey Bogart said (paraphrased) in Casablanca, I think we are going to have a great relationship!
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    Stonehenge exudes a powerful sense of mystery and timelessness - something the stars only add to

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    Another excellent sample from The King Of Low Light Photography.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles S View Post
    Quinn, on H3D-31 w 120mm
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    To those who think a Hasselblad H is not suited for street photography. :thumb:

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    Lol, I had a great time with the H loaded with film and walking the streets. For those who want to be discreet, go for it, I like bold!.. I say, if ya got it flaunt it! I love to have the largest camera I can handhold because it is honest, not "sneaky", photography that happens to be fun! Outdoors anyway... and the 503 is so cool that no one minds. It remains to be seen if the Studio's H5 will blend in and not be a problem, though.

    Shooting an event indoors.... ugh... not so much a good idea. In fact, it is a terrible idea, I tried it. DAMHIK... ... that is why I have a small Leica X1 for silent digital capture and a Baby Rolleiflex TLR for dead silent film capture.
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    Corfe Castle in Dorset dates back to the 11th century. Think how much human history has come and gone in that time... But the stars gazed down when it was built and they gaze down still.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B L View Post
    Another excellent sample from The King Of Low Light Photography.
    Thank you so much for that amazing compliment!

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    Memo to self:

    Update my bucket list to meet up with Ed Hurst at Stonehenge for a night of star trail canera therapy.

    Scratch that... win the lottery first! Then meet up with Ed...

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    Another exercise in plasticity.

    Pentax 645Z 28-45

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    Michiel,

    A mysterious property for sure. It seems that this property has been under constant change, and continues as well. Perhaps there is a plan? One wonders...

    Plasticity is a term that intrigues me both from an artistic viewpoint and from a built-environment/city planing standpoint. I would enjoy reading your thoughts as they relate to this image.

    Thanks so much,
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    "Celebrating the 4th in the Nation's Capital" (3rd in series)
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Memo to self:

    Update my bucket list to meet up with Ed Hurst at Stonehenge for a night of star trail canera therapy.

    Scratch that... win the lottery first! Then meet up with Ed...

    Dave, that would be great fun. Get yourself over here! Just remember that it is not as easy a location as the picture might make it appear. There is light pollution in most directions. The A303 road is close by, and traffic creates major light problems that have to be resolved frame-by-frame. The fence is patrolled all night by torch-carrying (but very friendly) security guards who inadvertently cause light issues and, of course, prevent any attempt at getting into the site proper (not that I would). Oh, and accessing the position even from where you are allowed to requires quite a walk these days because there is nowhere to park close by any more (by design). So prepare for some effort/frustration at the time and lengthy editing work afterwards!
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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    "Celebrating the 4th in the Nation's Capital" (3rd in series)
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    Smashing!
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    In Paris for a few days to decompress after two weeks in Spain and the Provence region. We have a nice view from our flat and some clouds so I couldn’t resist.

    Off to museums and shopping today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Michiel,

    A mysterious property for sure. It seems that this property has been under constant change, and continues as well. Perhaps there is a plan? One wonders...

    Plasticity is a term that intrigues me both from an artistic viewpoint and from a built-environment/city planing standpoint. I would enjoy reading your thoughts as they relate to this image.

    Thanks so much,
    Another translation is malleability as someone stated: I see no plastic!
    Don't think there have been to many built-environment/city planing restrictions in the past. That should have been very bad for the creativity of the people to
    build there extra spaces on the backside of there houses.

    Most of my life I have been working as a sculptor and my way of looking at things are influenced by the way a sculptor looks at things for inspiration.
    The organic growth of these volumes/buildings make me think about how one could make a sculpture or even a painting for that matter.
    If you look through your eyelashes you could discover a cubistic painting in this seen.

    For example the following photograph gives me that same feeling; a very sculpture like image.

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    Michiel,

    Thank you for your insights. Yes, I live your descriptive words and cubist certainly comes to mind. Love it!

    I had no idea you were a sculptor! There are so many things I can learn from you, not only from your photos but from your vision. Plasticity, yes, absolutely like a painting. I can see the laters and I can see the passage of time. The shapes are what struck me initially.

    Thanks for sharing.
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    Mesquer

    L_022203 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr

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    In marked contrast with the difficulties of star trails at Stonehenge, here we have "look out the window". The sun and the rain did all the work. It's embarrassing.



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    And the same glorious sun is beginning to grace us with its presence as I type these words. Most of us forget to look up, let alone capture the moment!

    But you did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Michiel,

    Thank you for your insights. Yes, I live your descriptive words and cubist certainly comes to mind. Love it!

    I had no idea you were a sculptor! There are so many things I can learn from you, not only from your photos but from your vision. Plasticity, yes, absolutely like a painting. I can see the laters and I can see the passage of time. The shapes are what struck me initially.

    Thanks for sharing.
    My pleasure! Thank you for your interest Dave! It is good when someone forces you to give reason for the choices one makes to push a button.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    In marked contrast with the difficulties of star trails at Stonehenge, here we have "look out the window". The sun and the rain did all the work. It's embarrassing.

    --Matt
    One doesn't always have to go far to find the grail Makes me think of the words spoken by the late (just) legendary Cinematographer Robby Müller about how he does his camerawork; Like a cat jumping on the table, not streching to much and not to little but just enough!
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    903SWC, DFV50C



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    Chasing Light early this morning
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    Here are some of my first shots hiking with the Hasselblad X1D with XCD45 lens over a few months. All hand held.

    Morning hike up to 12,000 Feet Alt


    Walking in the forest


    At a mountain peak with storm brewing at sunset


    Mountain summit peak


    "The Window" summit
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    some test shots from a location recce

    Recce - Trial Shoot by dancook1982, on Flickr

    Recce - Trial Shoot by dancook1982, on Flickr

    Recce - Trial Shoot by dancook1982, on Flickr

    and a random rower who wanted to be famous

    Random Rower - "Am I going to be famous?" by dancook1982, on Flickr
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    It has been a beautiful day here today, until an hour ago when the sky went black, thunder and lightning. I had a choice, grab the camera quick and head to the river or get the washing off the line. Obviously, here's a quick shot, the clothes will dry eventually, it's all about priorities! Could only manage a couple of shots as the lightning started to move a little closer along with the rain, great sky though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awolf View Post
    Wow, this is cool. Care to share your technique?
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    I never really intended to share this photo anywhere but I processed it recently to illustrate the vastly superior dynamic range advantage of the IQ3100 for someone that was contemplating changing from the highest megapixel 35mm DSLR on the market to a system like this. But since I have it, and I kind of like it, I thought I'd post it here. It was taken in Zion National park before sunrise...

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    On the top

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    That is cool!!!
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    A final image from the last camera therapy sessions with the H5D, 4-image stitch.

    Hasselblad H5D with Film Back + FP4+ Film:
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    Next week, back to the 50c and the 503cxi side by side...
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    Although it was totally by chance I had a great vantage point to photograph the Bastille Day fireworks in Paris.

    All taken with xf/iq3100 and 75-150mm:

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    Amazing!!!!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Great photos appearing, as usual, in this thread. Not much photography for me lately, but here's my garlic and French grey shallot harvest along with the first tomato of the season.

    _IMG7493 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Nice Harvest!!!

    I am envious... no vegetables in the garden again this year...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Nice Harvest!!!

    I am envious... no vegetables in the garden again this year...
    You should plant some then Dave. Garlic, tomatoes and shallots are about the easiest crops to grow. Garden tomatoes can't be bettered and the shallots make wonderful sauces, and the garlic is, well, garlic.

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    Tom, your harvest is lovely, but it's no substitute for a McBeth color chart image. There's are no fully ripe tomatoes for "orange" , no cucumbers for "green" , no rhubarb for crimson and the all important difficult to reproduce "purple" represented by eggplant is missing too. So start planning for next seasons planting.

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    Spectacular Dave!

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    Wow, looks like something out of a movie!!' Awesome!

    That bird was kind enough to sit through the rain to be in the photo ... I wish I could find birds like that!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Wow, looks like something out of a movie!!' Awesome!

    That bird was kind enough to sit through the rain to be in the photo ... I wish I could find birds like that!
    Here is one in NEWPORT that modeled for me using my ARCA RM3DI
    Stanley
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Tom, your harvest is lovely, but it's no substitute for a McBeth color chart image. There's are no fully ripe tomatoes for "orange" , no cucumbers for "green" , no rhubarb for crimson and the all important difficult to reproduce "purple" represented by eggplant is missing too. So start planning for next seasons planting.

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    Dave, I'll have those other colors later;besides you can't eat a color chart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stngoldberg View Post
    Here is one in NEWPORT that modeled for me using my ARCA RM3DI
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    Stanley,

    That looks like the same bird, LOL! Where do you guys find these trained birds?
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    It appears to be time for some MFD Beauty Pageant fun starting with my 1957 Baby Rolleiflex:

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    A maternity photoshoot for friends,

    Davina and Ajay by dancook1982, on Flickr

    Davina and Ajay by dancook1982, on Flickr

    Davina and Ajay by dancook1982, on Flickr

    Davina and Ajay by dancook1982, on Flickr

    Davina and Ajay by dancook1982, on Flickr

    Davina and Ajay by dancook1982, on Flickr

    Davina and Ajay by dancook1982, on Flickr

    Davina and Ajay by dancook1982, on Flickr
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