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    Pentax 645Z + Pentax 67 55-110 zoom ( what a good lens that is, together with the 28-45 it makes for a perfect reach )


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    Heart Tree in Snow - Phase One XF IQ4 150 Camera.
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    Early morning Handheld-test

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    Using the latest leading edge technology and prediction algorithms it now appears to be springtime!









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    Phase One XF | S-K 40-80 @ 80mm | IQ4.150 | f/10 | 1s | ISO 50 | WCC 3 stop ND & Firecrest Grad 1.2
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    Just a few steps from that famous arch in Eastern California's Alabama Hills is a tiny little arch that is difficult to see and the vast majority of visitors never even realize that they walked right by it...

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    GFX50r + GF63mm

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    "Winter Time Chaos" Crozet, Virginia.
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    Beautiful image Dave.

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    "Wintertime Chaos" Crozet, Virginia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenfr View Post
    Beautiful image Dave.
    Steven I say this with a great deal of modesty and humbleness.....your words are quite encouraging to me, especially coming from someone (yourself) who has shown a mastery for snowy type landscapes (especially your ones from Japan) which often include the simplicity of singular trees. That particular day, just down the road from this posted image, there was such a scene and I immediately at the time thought of you and how you would approach capturing such an image. Hillside was on a gradual slope with soft shaped curves and two snow dusted trees dotted the landscape during the pristine white storm.I had just driven by it twice in what was at the time a blinding snowstorm but nowheres to pull over without causing a possible accident. After repeated attempts to find a spot, I simply had to give up. Coincidently, we're currently encountering a surprise snowstorm at this moment, so maybe some possibilities will develop. One never knows. Again many thanks!

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    Thank you Dsve. I always love the back story behind the images we make. Its the journey as much as the final image.

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    Steven I say this with a great deal of modesty and humbleness.....your words are quite encouraging to me, especially coming from someone (yourself) who has shown a mastery for snowy type landscapes (especially your ones from Japan) which often include the simplicity of singular trees. That particular day, just down the road from this posted image, there was such an scene and I immediately at the time thought of you and how you would approach capturing such an image. Hillside was on a gradual slope with soft shaped curves and two snow dusted trees dotted the landscape during the pristine white storm.I had just driven by it twice in what was at the time a blinding snowstorm but nowheres to pull over without causing a possible accident. After repeated attempts to find a spot, I simply had to give up. Coincidently, we're currently encountering a surprise snowstorm at this moment, so maybe some possibilities will develop. One never knows. Again many thanks!

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    Large Conehead leaping



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    This large green grasshopper, a large conehead (Ruspolia nitidula), owes its common name to the original shape of its head, clearly visible here in profile. It leaps to hide in the grass, taking advantage of her exoquelette, which is the same color as the grass. The large conehead also has large wings that allow it to fly over far away.
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    The magnificent Rosate Spoonbill
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    Quote Originally Posted by ejpeiker View Post
    Just a few steps from that famous arch in Eastern California's Alabama Hills is a tiny little arch that is difficult to see and the vast majority of visitors never even realize that they walked right by it...

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    Many thanks E.J. Nice image.
    Is this a single shot or focus stacked? TIA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Many thanks E.J. Nice image.
    Is this a single shot or focus stacked? TIA.
    Oh it is HEAVILY stacked! That foreground to this tiny arch is maybe two feet in front of the camera You have to wedge yourself and tripod in very strange contortions to take this photo.
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    Oh it is HEAVILY stacked! That foreground to this tiny arch is maybe two feet in front of the camera You have to wedge yourself and tripod in very strange contortions to take this photo.
    Thanks again. Which app do you use for stacking? TIA.
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    Thanks again. Which app do you use for stacking? TIA.
    I use the GFX stacking drive mode to take the photos and then combine them using Helicon Focus.
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    I use the GFX stacking drive mode to take the photos and then combine them using Helicon Focus.
    Thanks E.J. I do likewise.



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    Large Conehead leaping



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    Amazing! That's an incredible shot that must have taken a lot of planning. Thank you for sharing with us.
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    Flowers


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    lobster boat(s) in a downeast Maine boat shop - one lurking in the back-left shadows
    I posted a version of this in the past but this is another take on it, and I applied the Acros profile on this one. The Fuji profiles are kind of fun to mess with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks E.J. I do likewise.



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    It's been 32 years since I was last there (used to live in ABQ in the '80s) but I'm guessing this is Bandelier NM...?
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    It's been 32 years since I was last there (used to live in ABQ in the '80s) but I'm guessing this is Bandelier NM...?

    Thanks E.J.

    It certainly is one of the caves and ruins in Bandelier National Monument.
    After 32 years maybe another visit is appropriate.

    I live just 15 minutes by car from Bandelier, one of my favorite places to visit.

    From late April to early October Turkey Vultures roost about 20 yards away from the Visitor Center. Its the largest roost in NM. I have counted up to about 50 of them soaring up and down the canyon when the weather conditions are perfect before taking up roost for the night in their favorite trees. Its quite a sight. Reminds me of Star Wars movies as the TurkeyVultures soar silently just above the tall trees.
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    Amazing! That's an incredible shot that must have taken a lot of planning. Thank you for sharing with us.
    Yes. The shot is triggered by a laser photo beam and Hasselblad technical department in Gothenburg, Sweden, has developed with me a specific process that makes possible to shoot without mechanical shutter, providing virtually a camera with no shutter lag at all.
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    Just playing with the IQ4. ISO 400 is indistinguishable for noise from ISO 50 and even the DR is outstanding.. Handheld at F11.

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    Beautiful image Dave.
    I agree. Love the winter snow image. We have had very little snow here in southern NJ.
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    Florida in winter

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    Phase One XF IQ4 150 camera.
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    Took my new Fuji GF 100-200mm and GFX50R into my studio to test it out. Only "model" I had available was my rescue Collie/Aussie mix. He wanted me to brush him first, but I told him it was just a test, not his passport photo or his business headshot. He was ok with that.

    I had shutter speed dial set on 1/125th sec syn, but must have moved the rear command dial and was shooting at 1/160th. I did notice a thin black line at the top of the image. After that I change a function swipe to LARGE INDICATORS MODE, which makes all the type in the EVF larger, great for glasses wearer and old eyes.

    Just slightly cropped image and cropped eye of that file.

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    I really think you should have given us the name of your most attractive model!
    WOOF!
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    At sunrise this morning, from my bedroom window, -18C outside so I shot from inside! Considerable crop.

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    @Berlin

    Handheld - Hasselblad 503CW, CFV-50c and Planar CF 100mm

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