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    Allium

    GFX50S and the Contax 645 120mm

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    Simple snap at the south dyke road here in Richmond BC, quite windy that day as normally the waters here are very calm...

    Phase One IQ4 150MP
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    MMFC0434 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr



    Mamiya 645 AFDII Mamiya ZD back and 120 mm .
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    Autumn in the Smoky Mountains.
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    Light and leaves

    UC Botanical Garden, Berkeley

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    The first rose from the garden ...

    P1 DF with P30+ and Mamiya 120/4 Macro

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    GFX50R + Leica 50mm f/1.4 Summilux-M ASPH

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    GFX50R + Leica 50mm f/1.4 Summilux-M ASPH

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    GFX50R + Leica 50mm f/1.4 Summilux-M ASPH

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    The Boots on the Ground for Heroes Memorial, which has become a Memorial Day tradition in Rhode Island, moves to Fort Adams State Park in Newport for the first time this year.

    Presented by Operation Stand Down Rhode Island, the boots represent service members killed in the line of duty since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

    The 6,957 boots are adorned with flags and name tags.

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    St. Michael's Mount, sunset

    St. Michael's Mount, in Cornwall, is a tidal island connected by a walkway that gets completely submerged at high tide. Sunset shot taken with my Hasselblad X1D, Voigtlander 15mm Super Wide-Heliar v. III and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    Re: St. Michael's Mount, sunset

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    Sunset shot taken with my Hasselblad X1D, Voigtlander 15mm Super Wide-Heliar v. III ...
    Does that lens have a 55mm image circle?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Does that lens have a 55mm image circle?!
    Excellent Question. I'd also like to know how the latest version of the VC 12mm compares to the latest version of the 15mm on both full frame 35mm like a SL and a camera like the X1D. In other words as will asked, does both these lenses cover a 55mm image circle?

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    Re: St. Michael's Mount, sunset

    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Does that lens have a 55mm image circle?!
    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Excellent Question. I'd also like to know how the latest version of the VC 12mm compares to the latest version of the 15mm on both full frame 35mm like a SL and a camera like the X1D. In other words as will asked, does both these lenses cover a 55mm image circle?

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    Hey guys! No, it does not cover the 55mm image circle, see here for a unedited test shot:



    Basically, if you crop square you can use all the frame, and if you go 16:9 pretty much so; 3:2 needs a little cropping, 4:3 more so. Hope this helps!

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    Hasselblad X1D with XCD4/21.

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    Evelyn on a H3D w 120mm
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    As usual, beautiful natural look!
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    Old time


    L_001564 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr



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    GFX50R + Leica 90mm M APO Summicron ASPH
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    The western capercaillie located deep into a forest south of Norway.
    Leica S 006 and the superb Summarit 120mm CS lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomerik1972 View Post
    The western capercaillie located deep into a forest south of Norway.
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    Now, THAT, is superb!
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    Otter Lake Road. XF/IQ4-150/80 mm.

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    Crop of photo above.

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    I've always been attracted by those kind of places in Berlin where a mix between old ruins/constructions and new industrial buildings meet each other and live together. I've decided to make a project out of it.

    Shot with an Hasselblad 503CW, CFV-50c and the Planar 80mm.
    I would have used the more resolving 100mm but unfortunately I was unable to find a point distant enough to fit.

    edit:
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    Wisconsin....Credo 60, Schneider 80 2.8
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    Pond life ...

    Remember: adventure before dementia!

    The World is a book, and those that do not travel read only one page ...
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    beautiful shot

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    Singapore CBD.

    7 panel stitch with Hasselblad X1D and XCD90 in portrait orientation.

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    Okay, revisiting this wonderful image, and I just have to know the backstory. Behind this image, there is a story of how you got the shot, and I am interested to discover how you did it.

    It is an image that is painterly and looks as if it should be in an old literature book as part of an age-old fairy tale. Really nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Okay, revisiting this wonderful image, and I just have to know the backstory. Behind this image, there is a story of how you got the shot, and I am interested to discover how you did it.

    It is an image that is painterly and looks as if it should be in as old literature book as part of an age-old fairy tale. Really nice!
    Thanks again Dave. The intention was to recreate the old-age fairy tale painted look, then have some printed for sale to the people having cabins in the area. To start with I must admit that I`m a total beginner with regards to wildlife species. A photo-friend of mine, who is a dedicated hunter and nature photographer equipped with specialized high-speed Canon and a 400mm lense, convinced me to join him for an hour walk into the forest. He had heard from the locals that a territorial cock had been observed in the area. When we reached the place where it had been observed, my friend started yelling, combined with terrible songs and loud noises to attract the cock. And suddenly the bird flew toward us and landed 15 feet in front of us. The bird just stood there, posing for us, for some minutes before starting to act unfriendly and then began to chase us out of its territory. With my rather slow camera-system, a Leica S 006 and the 120mm lens, combined with relatively low light conditions, only a few of the images had the sharpness we all are striving to achieve. The shown image has been developed in Capture One, with some help from Photoshop to remove unwanted tree trunks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomerik1972 View Post
    Thanks again Dave. The intention was to recreate the old-age fairy tale painted look, then have some printed for sale to the people having cabins in the area. To start with I must admit that I`m a total beginner with regards to wildlife species. A photo-friend of mine, who is a dedicated hunter and nature photographer equipped with specialized high-speed Canon and a 400mm lense, convinced me to join him for an hour walk into the forest. He had heard from the locals that a territorial cock had been observed in the area. When we reached the place where it had been observed, my friend started yelling, combined with terrible songs and loud noises to attract the cock. And suddenly the bird flew toward us and landed 15 feet in front of us. The bird just stood there, posing for us, for some minutes before starting to act unfriendly and then began to chase us out of its territory. With my rather slow camera-system, a Leica S 006 and the 120mm lens, combined with relatively low light conditions, only a few of the images had the sharpness we all are striving to achieve. The shown image has been developed in Capture One, with some help from Photoshop to remove unwanted tree trunks.
    Well, you certainly nailed the look! Wow!

    If only I could do something similar. It seems the old historical buildings in our part of the world all look the same more or less in photographs. I hope one day to figure out that painterly look for just that, but your image is amazing.

    Well done!

    Btw, may I buy a print from you? My wife really likes this image enough to frame it and hang in the kitchen!
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    From a trip to Alberta, Canada almost a year ago.



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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Well, you certainly nailed the look! Wow!

    If only I could do something similar. It seems the old historical buildings in our part of the world all look the same more or less in photographs. I hope one day to figure out that painterly look for just that, but your image is amazing.

    Well done!

    Btw, may I buy a print from you? My wife really likes this image enough to frame it and hang in the kitchen!
    I`m flattered Dave. PM me with your address, and I will send you a print.
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    Taken during a recent business trip.

    Templo del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus (Temple of the Sacred Heart of Jesus) overlooking Barcelona.
    Pentax 645Z with 55mm f2.8 DFA

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    Sunset at Playa de Portizuelo, Asturias

    Sunset at Playa de Portizuelo, in Asturias. To get that close to the arch with the right amount of water, you need to wade a bit in the ocean timing your visit when the tide is just about right around sunset Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 30mm, and my beloved Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    Nice one Vieri

    Any exposure data to share?

    BTW, liked your X1D article even though I prefer the 50R.

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    Re: Sunset at Playa de Portizuelo, Asturias

    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    Sunset at Playa de Portizuelo, in Asturias. To get that close to the arch with the right amount of water, you need to wade a bit in the ocean timing your visit when the tide is just about right around sunset Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 30mm, and my beloved Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.

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    Lovely shot, Vieri. Reminds me of a somewhat similar shot in Australia which likewise could only be shot optimally with some wading and strong nerves! Good work...
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    From a trip to Alberta, Canada almost a year ago.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    GFX50R + Leica 50mm f/1.4 Summilux-M ASPH

    12 Taxis

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    Re: Sunset at Playa de Portizuelo, Asturias

    Quote Originally Posted by algrove View Post
    Nice one Vieri

    Any exposure data to share?

    BTW, liked your X1D article even though I prefer the 50R.
    Than you very much Al, glad you enjoyed it Exposure was 45 seconds, at f/11. Glad you enjoyed the X1D review, the Fujis are also very good cameras of course, I think that we truly are lucky to live today - so much choice, and all great.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Lovely shot, Vieri. Reminds me of a somewhat similar shot in Australia which likewise could only be shot optimally with some wading and strong nerves! Good work...
    Thank you very much Ed, glad you liked it! I am not familiar with the Australian location you mentioned, but for this one timing (the tide) is really of the essence

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    A wild rose from the garden ...
    P1 645 DF with P30+ and Mamiya 300/4.5 APO AF on tube NA401

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    Casual stroll down to the beach. Handheld with X1D + XCD45, two image stitch (vertical). Iso 200, f8, 1/250.

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