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    Welcome, Digamax. Beware Dante who lurks in this forum.
    You may think you have all the gear you need....but you don't...
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Just did a quick comparison (assuming the 645D body weighs the same as the 645Z)

    645D body = 54.7 oz
    GFX 50R body = 27.2 oz. ~ almost exactly half the weight

    645D with 45-85mm lens = 83.3 oz
    GFX with 32-64mm lens = 58.1 oz (surprising that the 32-64 weighs more than the 45-85mm)
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    Its more expensive, but an X1D system is stupidly light. If you do mostly normal to WA, its great.

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    Golden leafs in the garden ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    . . . . . . . . . . . . Beware Dante who lurks in this forum.
    You may think you have all the gear you need....but you don't...
    Very well said . I often thought I could resist , but its not true . Dante always wins .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    The tapestry of the tundra, Labrador. I don't usually include figures in my landscapes, but here I think a sense of scale is needed.

    I agree, the figure enhances the image, and does give a sense of scale.
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    Cluster series. Sculptural qualitys found in backyards. Dieppe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    --->>>"Here are two shots made a few years ago using the 645D. I do my own printing, and both were enlarged to 24"x32, and framed to 30"x36". Thanks for looking----when the new rig comes I hope to post here more often."<<<----
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Welcome, Digamax. Beware Dante who lurks in this forum.
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    Bill, since when is "need" been a criteria here?
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    903SWC, CFV50C

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    GFX+120/4 - 'Artichokes at Golden Hour'

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    The swan and the chateaux. Montreux, Switzerland.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by dj may View Post
    The swan and the chateaux. Montreux, Switzerland.
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    This could be a book cover for a novel. I would love to write it myself!

    Love it!
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    Icy RR1 North Of Hfn by Werner Utsch, on Flickr


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    Here in Aruba for a week, decided to bring the pair of Hasselblads, OCF and mods. Was unable to pack the stands and mods into regular check because of their length. WestJet offers free oversized upgraded for sporting equipment. A large hockey bag would've worked, but I didn't have one. They fit better in my larger bouldering crash pad, so that came with me. I'm liking the feel of more produced tethered travel photos then snapshots.



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    Autumn in the Ozark National Forest was especially colorful with the dogwoods putting on quite a show for a few days.

    XF:IQ3100:75-150:stitched panoramic:
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    Another Stack from the Suzhou gardens. I highly recommend that if any of you ever go to Suzhou to see the gardens that you skip the two largest gardens as they will be very busy with almost impossible photo opportunities. The smaller gardens are usually skipped by most of the tour groups and other people and have numerous photo opportunities.

    My last trip to Suzhou was in 2009 and I took a lot of these images without the advantage of stacking. Mostly I had to stop down to f16 and even then it was impossible to get everything sharp. The stacking on the GFX is a marvelous tool.

    GFX, GF 45mm, 11 shot stack at f8. Processed in C1 and stacking in Helicon.

    Cheers from China......

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    All of these stacks were taken at the Canglang Pavilion Garden in Suzhou. This is a very small garden that I highly recommend. Very few people and lots of photo opportunities.

    GFX, GF 45mm, 11 shot stack at F8. Processed in C1 and images combined in Helicon.

    Cheers.......

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    An old image taken with Leaf Aptus 75S on Contax 645 at 45mm. These are called Monzogranite Inselbergs and are in Joshua Tree NP

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    The color in the San Juans was behind us so we drove down to Shiprock and got lucky. Wish that happened more often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    The color in the San Juans was behind us so we drove down to Shiprock and got lucky. Wish that happened more often.

    XF/3100/40-80:

    Amazing colors and light, Ed. You certainly tuned it right!
    If I had your good luck, the lottery would be a cinch.

    I love the composition and the mood.
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    I agree, the figure enhances the image, and does give a sense of scale.
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    No, this picture is not about scale between wide tundra and a human being. It's about colors.
    The difference between all natural autumn colors on the landscape and only two, artifical, very effective colors on that woman.
    The contradiction with those colors makes this picture something bigger.
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    Berry Lake, Georgia
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    S007 w S 35

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    November Studie III by Werner Utsch, on Flickr


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    Wow, Werner, that is beautiful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ropo54 View Post
    Awaiting some scraps!
    I'm not a dog lover, but that's cute.

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    903SWC, CFV50C

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    Ray, that is very cool! I always enjoy seeing what you can do with that beautiful camera and sensor. Very nice!
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    I'm not a dog lover, but that's cute.

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    Jean-Luc

    I love your architectural and abstracts. I took a minute to go through your Flickr images and the abstracts are gorgeous! Windows, walls, roofs, textures, colors, and more.

    Thank you for sharing!
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    Hi, Dave, thanks again for your kind message, it's funny because it comes at a moment when i have a lot of questions in my head about my photographic work...
    thank you for spending time with my pictures...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelucoq View Post
    Hi, Dave, thanks again for your kind message, it's funny because it comes at a moment when i have a lot of questions in my head about my photographic work...
    thank you for spending time with my pictures...
    Ah, yes, moments of questioning. They are a good thing, embrace them! Inspiration and creativity are elusive and ever changing. Without them we would be in a rut... which can be considered a grave with both ends kicked out. Not a good place.

    So, yes, we inspire each other and we never know what where or when. Your eye for abstracts is rare, and I thank you for sharing your vision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Ray, that is very cool! I always enjoy seeing what you can do with that beautiful camera and sensor. Very nice!
    Thanks Dave for your kind words!

    Yes, the camera and the back is really made for each other.
    And for some reason, this combination did really fit my hand an eye.

    But it is a "One trick pony". So i complementing it with the GFX(r) for studio shots and the beaches in full storms.

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    Somewhere between Vallalodid and Cacres, Spain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cemal Emden View Post
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    Stunning shot well done.

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    I'm still investigating the use of the GFX50s and the 120/4 Macro with a lightbox and artefacts. This time it is a Victorian mould blown hyacinth vase (or jar as they called them back then) from my wife's collection of hyacinth vases. The colour was difficult to capture, it is a purplely-brown colour called Amethyst.

    In the end I stood my lightbox on top of one light panel (used for my negatives) and also lit it from the top with a led panel. I stopped down the 120/4 to f22 rather than use focus stacking and shot at iso100.

    The detail captured by the 120/4 is stunning (imho).



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    The colour was difficult to capture, it is a purplely-brown colour called Amethyst.
    Have you tried photographing a color passport or other chart to profile for more accurate colors in studio? I have had good luck with it in the field, especially with long exposures correcting the weird colorcast of the big stoppers.
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    Have you tried photographing a color passport or other chart to profile for more accurate colors in studio? I have had good luck with it in the field, especially with long exposures correcting the weird colorcast of the big stoppers.
    I did try using my WhiBal grey card but I had better success by just adjusting the white balance in camera until I got a close match between the live image colour and the colour of the vase. It worked pretty well as the colours I see on my screen here are very similar to the vase itself.

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    Wetlands Iceland III by Werner Utsch, on Flickr


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    Getting back into it: X1D and 21mm

    Entrance to waiting room.



    And Money Laundromats of the Oligarchs still under construction.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    And Money Laundromats of the Oligarchs still under construction.

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    Good one, Matt.

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    Phase one DF+ IQ180, Hasselblad CF250mm
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    Hi guys
    Long time without shooting seascapes:

    IQ260 30" f/11 Polaraizer + Little Stop 6 + ND Soft Edge .09

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    Im having fun with Medium Format
    24h Renault - Estoril Circuit, Portugal ( SK 80mm Leaf Credo 40 )

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