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    Playing with classic glass, love how this lens renders....
    Lovely images and I agree, and that's true for a lot of the old Takumars. I have a 50 macro, a 55/2 and a 150/4, all three render beautifully and the focus action/damping is also a couple of notches above their competition at the time (only in the wrong direction for my muscle memory )
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    Central Highlands in Iceland. X1D with XCD 45mm lens. Stitched panorama. This area is usually a vast black sand "desert" in mid-September when I was there, but on this occasion there were intense snow squalls that covered most of the landscape.

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    Thy, Denmark

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    Scenes don’t always happen the way we would like. The forecast fog did not materialize and no one would clear off the bridge. What’s a photog supposed to do?

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    [QUOTE=AlanS;781656]Playing with classic glass, love how this lens renders....


    Lovely. Great that there appears to be full coverage; I have the 8-element version of that lens sitting in my closet, maybe I need a GFX

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Scenes don’t always happen the way we would like. The forecasr fog did not materialize and no one would clear off the bridge. What’s a photog supposed to do?

    Phase One XF/IQ4150, 40-80mm

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    Lovely. Great that there appears to be full coverage
    I am afraid not! It does get better stopped down to f11 but still needs a crop, at f2 I have to crop in a bit more and you can still see vignetting. It is o.k. cropped square though Having said all that I think the character shines through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    What’s a photog supposed to do?
    Take many exposures, stack and "mask" people on individual layers. I think since CS5 it's even an automated process.
    Alternatively use a big stopper and a long exposure time.

    Don't know which technique you used, but the final result is a very nice image, I like the mood and processing
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    You guessed it, a lot of masking and messaging for mood. Thank you for noticing.

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    Take many exposures, stack and "mask" people on individual layers. I think since CS5 it's even an automated process.
    Alternatively use a big stopper and a long exposure time.

    Don't know which technique you used, but the final result is a very nice image, I like the mood and processing
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    Take many exposures, stack and "mask" people on individual layers. I think since CS5 it's even an automated process.
    Alternatively use a big stopper and a long exposure time.

    Don't know which technique you used, but the final result is a very nice image, I like the mood and processing
    There are a number of youtube videos on it. Here is one. https://photofocus.com/photography/r...ing-photoshop/
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Three stitch panorama of an abandoned farmhouse in the Palouse region in the state of Washington
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    What lens did you use?

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    Stanley, your image has a wonderful feel to it. Lovely! As a side note, that small shed to the very right reminds me of the wooden building that just fell from the sky (because of its juxtaposition and angle of the shed), onto the Wicked Witch of the West in the "Wizard of Oz". All that's missing is her feet sticking out from its foundation with striped socks wearing the Ruby Red Slippers? Question is "Is that main building Auntie Em's farm house? No, I'm not going to ask if this is really Kansas, not Washington State.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by algrove View Post
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    What lens did you use?
    I used the Haaselblad 50-110 zoom
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    "Early Spring" Ruckersville, Virginia.
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    This is a seven image stitch using the Phase ONE XF IQ4 150 camera. I hope you like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenfr View Post
    This is a seven image stitch using the Phase ONE XF IQ4 150 camera. I hope you like it.
    No, I don't like it, Steven - I LOVE it!
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    messing about with an X1D continues. this one with the XCD 45

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    Teesdale...




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    Shinbashi, Tokyo. Most people are familiar with the district just a little north of here, Ginza. This is where the average Tokyo worker goes to relax. This is also an unusually quiet time for this area, being the New Years holidays--there is one person in the picture though.
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    Went ice climbing here in Southern Ontario this afternoon. Brought the whole kit, still liking the HC2.2/100mm, got some great shots of other climbers.

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    Went ice climbing here in Southern Ontario this afternoon. Brought the whole kit, still liking the HC2.2/100mm, got some great shots of other climbers.

    ... ...

    I would love to hear the whole story behind this image!!! You actually do this and photograph others too?!!!!!!

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    GFX50r + GF63mm

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    GFX50r + GF63mm

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    GFX50r + GF63mm

    "Tea...the answer to Life, The Universe & Everything"

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    GFX50r + GF63mm

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    juno beach pier
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    A few views from this mornings walk near home...














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    A long exposure of tetrapods. These thing litter the Japanese shore lines. Phase One XF IQ4 150 camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    ... ...

    I would love to hear the whole story behind this image!!! You actually do this and photograph others too?!!!!!!

    Yeah, this was my 2nd time out. We don't get too many great days for it around here, and yesterday we had great light, I couldn't leave he camera at home. People say it's an expensive hobby, but a decent ice climbing kit with rope is half of what I just spent on a lens.
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    Superstition Wilderness - Arizona
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    ISO was 800 by mistake but the reds sure came out nice once i got the exposure down to a sensible level...

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    very nice...scanned with ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satrycon View Post
    very nice...scanned with ?
    I do not use a scanner. I use Leica S to copy the negative. I place the negative in a negative carrier from my enlarger and then place the negative carrier on a LED light panel.

    This works so well, I am likely not to do darkroom printing in the future. The digital prints that I have made are difficult to distinguish from the darkroom prints.

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    Sunrise over Lake Bohinj - Slovenia.
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    RZ Pro IID 110 2.8

    These were shot while on a walk in the Cotswolds (UK). Fuji Acros
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    Mother and daughter testing out the water temperature early in the morning on the immaculate 5 mile beach(maybe more) from Juno to Jupiter Florida.
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    Fuji GFX 50S • GF32-64
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    Quote Originally Posted by dj may View Post
    I do not use a scanner. I use Leica S to copy the negative. I place the negative in a negative carrier from my enlarger and then place the negative carrier on a LED light panel.

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    Jesse, what lens do you use for copying negs ? Do you need any attachment ? Copy stand ?

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    Carla on an H3D-31 w a 50mm
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    Jesse, what lens do you use for copying negs ? Do you need any attachment ? Copy stand ?

    Thanks,
    First, a little background. I had considered buying a Flextight X5 at one time. However, I was concerned about the maintenance, the amount of time to scan, Hasselblad's future, and I was not sure there would be an improvement over using the Leica S. My suspicion that the Leica S would be just as good was based on the image quality and detail that I was already achieving in landscape and architecture prints. For example, I did a 2 meter by 1.33 meter print of the Monte Rosa Massif and Gorner Glacier in Switzerland, for a client. The Monte Rosa hut, which takes up about 2cm of the print can be clearly seen.

    I then did some quick and dirty tests with Leica S and Summarit-S 70mm lens. At the time I had S24, S30, S70 and S180 lenses. The S70 provided the closest focus, but was clearly inadequate for this purpose. The result was good enough that I purchased the APO-Macro-Summarit-S 120 lens.

    I do the negative copy work with the S120 lens. I use a tripod, with ballhead and nodal rail. I level the tripod, then the camera, which is pointing down. I level the LED panel as well. The emulsion is facing the camera. I had considered a copy stand, but decided that since I would also have to ensure alignment with it, that I may as well do it with a tripod. I have not completely ruled out a copy stand.

    With this setup I completed a project of copying over 1,000 negatives in a little more than a week. The grain of the film can be seen in the files. 4X5 and 6x6 negatives reproduce superbly. 35mm is not as good because the 120 lens only goes to 1:2 reproduction.

    Theoretically, a drum scan should be capable of more detail, however, once the grain is visible I do not expect more detail will make a difference in image quality. I intend to confirm this with a local lab that does drum scans.

    With respect to reproducing the brightness range of the negative, I have not yet had a negative whose density range was beyond the latitude of the Leica S. The limiting factor, as in the darkroom, is the paper or other output medium.

    It is a long answer, however, I wanted to communicate how I arrived at this method.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dj may View Post
    .... I have not completely ruled out a copy stand.

    Jesse,
    Am based in Zurich. I have a spare copy stand, after I tried your approach I decided to go the Epson V850 way. It's free if you want it
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    Stitched pano using the Phase One Xf IQ4 150 camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles S View Post
    Jesse,
    Am based in Zurich. I have a spare copy stand, after I tried your approach I decided to go the Epson V850 way. It's free if you want it
    Hello Charles,
    Thank you. I am going to Klosters today and will send you a message later.

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    MMFC0078 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr


    Mamiya 645 AFDII mamiya zdb and 210 mm .
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    Another shot from the Superstition Wilderness of south-central Arizona from late last week. We had the worst winter storm in our entire history a couple of weeks ago which has turned the desert green...

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