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    Hamsterley Forest...




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    Shenandoah Valley overlooking the Blue Ridge Mts., Waynesboro Virginia.
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    Leica Q photo for reference of environment

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    and the Medium Format shots, X1D with 90mm @f/3.2 1/180th ISO 3200

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    Thy, Denmark
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    Last Stand of autumn colour
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    A wonderful, soulful, quiet, contemplative picture that IMHO goes straight to the heart of good landscape. Kudos. Thank you.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Shenandoah Valley overlooking the Blue Ridge Mts., Waynesboro Virginia.
    Pentax 645Z, FA 200mm.
    Nice one, Dave. Keep 'em coming.

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    It is very rare that we have major precipitation followed by an afternoon clearing with no wind in Arizona. That was the exact forecast on Monday so I took a chance and made the 5 hour round trip drive for a sunset shoot at a spot near Sedona that I have been wanting to photograph under these conditions for several years. The water that Cathedral Rock is reflected in only exists when those exact conditions occur and it must be calm to get the reflection. To get some nice pink wispy clouds 10 minutes after sunset made it even better than I had hoped...

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    One of your best, E.J. You'll remember that moment for a long, long time. Well worth the long drive.

    Thanks for sharing it with us.

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    Walking the dogs . . . S007 w S35
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    P1 XF | IQ4.150 | S-K 35 | f/11 | 6s | ISO 50 | 3-image stitch

    P.S. Thanks to Joe Colson for the Frameshop script. Most excellent.
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    Just beautiful.
    Quote Originally Posted by ejpeiker View Post
    It is very rare that we have major precipitation followed by an afternoon clearing with no wind in Arizona. That was the exact forecast on Monday so I took a chance and made the 5 hour round trip drive for a sunset shoot at a spot near Sedona that I have been wanting to photograph under these conditions for several years. The water that Cathedral Rock is reflected in only exists when those exact conditions occur and it must be calm to get the reflection. To get some nice pink wispy clouds 10 minutes after sunset made it even better than I had hoped...

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    The 100 MPx phase one with the HC 300 lens with the 1.7 extender hand held is probably not the best tool for this job, but it was all that I had with me when I saw this scene
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    Off to this spot in a few days. I have two weeks of shooting in the snow. Looking forward to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stngoldberg View Post
    The 100 MPx phase one with the HC 300 lens with the 1.7 extender hand held is probably not the best tool for this job, but it was all that I had with me when I saw this scene
    Stanley
    Kite Beach ? I photographed the kite boarders there for a dozen years . Not an easy project .

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    Kite Beach ? I photographed the kite boarders there for a dozen years . Not an easy project .
    The rig I used is heavy for a guy my age coupled with no AF with the HC 300 with the 1.7 extender.
    Holding what I estimate is a 16 pound camera and lens with my left hand, while I focus with my right hand; and then hold the camera steady while I hold my breath and squeeze off a shot is not ideal.
    Maximum shutter speed on my lens is 1/800 sec; so not a lot of room for a shakey grip.
    One gets spoiled with a Nikon D850 with its ability to lock on focus and track an object; the Nikon with a long lens also has better balance for hand holding.
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    Totally pumped for you! (and jealous )

    Enjoy and be safe!

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    Off to this spot in a few days. I have two weeks of shooting in the snow. Looking forward to it.

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    Perhaps the most famous Arch in the American West that is not located in Utah...

    After a disappointing and totally gray day, just after sunset, the clouds did this over Lone Pine Peak on the left and the highest point in the 48 contiguous United States, Mount Whitney at 14,505 ft (4421m) on the right...

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    Afternoon!

    Some beautiful images posted by all, not a lot of beauty surrounding me here so it's nice to be reminded how stunning the world really is!

    Very tricky to take photographs for personal use at the moment, mixture of security and opportunity, been in Fallujah and Baghdad recently as we work removing IED's, both interesting places. Anyway, these are not pretty or beautiful but they are real.

    Messing with 65x24 and black & white, mostly shot through the windows of the armoured vehicle I travel in. The format works for what I see, it's quite flat and barren.





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    Another snow image.
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    St. Paul's Cathedral and the City of London.

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    Tower Bridge, The Tower of London, H.M.S. Belfast, City Hall and (in the distance) Canary Wharf

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    Fantastic Ed, did you go up the Shard to take those shots?
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    Fantastic Ed, did you go up the Shard to take those shots?
    Thanks so much, sir. Yes, taken from the viewing area at the top (listed as 804 feet above ground level).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Thanks so much, sir. Yes, taken from the viewing area at the top (listed as 804 feet above ground level).
    Beautiful shots. Love the Shard. Socked in with fog last time I was there, so I am jealous and appreciative at the same time!
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    Thanks so much, sir. Yes, taken from the viewing area at the top (listed as 804 feet above ground level).
    Great image
    Do they allow tripods on the Shard?
    What was your ISO and shutter speed?
    Again terrific shot
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    A wonderful, soulful, quiet, contemplative picture that IMHO goes straight to the heart of good landscape. Kudos. Thank you.
    Thank you for your kind words!

    This is a landscape that does something with you, if you give it time!

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    Great image
    Do they allow tripods on the Shard?
    What was your ISO and shutter speed?
    Again terrific shot
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    Much appreciated indeed, Stanley.

    Tripods are banned in the Shard, unless you are shooting on a professional permit (I wasn't). So you will need to find a way to manage without one. Putting the camera on the floor, then propping it up at the rear to make it point down is an option (though vibration in the floor is an issue). Or balancing the camera on a bean bag perhaps... Even mini tripods are not allowed, though I used one before anyone noticed!

    The St Paul's shot was ISO 100, blending between one frame lasting 6 seconds and one lasting 1.6 seconds.
    The Tower Bridge shot was ISO 100, blending between one frame lasting 20 seconds and one lasting 2.5 seconds.

    Plenty of attempts were required before getting one not spoiled by vibration in the floor.

    The biggest problem is reflections off the windows of course, since there is nowhere you can shoot without a window.
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    Another scene from The Shard.

    Pentax 645Z with 6x7 75mm f2.8AL lens.

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    Teesdale...



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    the 250 is really tempting..is AF speed reasonably snappy ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satrycon View Post
    the 250 is really tempting..is AF speed reasonably snappy ?
    Thanks Satrycon. Great question. I dunno.
    I have the feeling focusing speed is more limited by the camera than the lens.
    In any case it is limited.

    I would assume it takes not much less than a second to focus if the previous focus was vastly different.
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