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    The Sinks. Inspired by Dave Chew...

    Great Smoky Mountains last October.

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    Note:
    This image, like most of all the other long exposures I have posted over the last few years was done with a Lee Big Stopper. As most know, the Big Stopper has a cast to it. Surprisingly, I find it to be perfect for a different viewing experience in color. Sometimes, I prefer it and use it to my advantage. How it does it, I really do not know. But I choose to let the mystery be.

    So, if there is anyone undecided with filters as I have been, I can only encourage them to just do it, use them, and find out which filter suits you best. Like all gear choices, it is up to you, the photographer, to do what you decide works best for you. For me, I now know that I like two of them.... one with a color cast (like the one above, and one without a color cast.

    It is all Fun with MF Images, right?
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    Three more from my week in Banff....miss that place already!! No matter the season, no matter what weather, there's always a shot to be had it seems...


    Sunset at Lake Louise, what an amazing feeling to have such a wonderful place all for yourself, only possible in Canada it seems!
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    Patricia Lake, again had it all to myself in the early morning, just after sunrise, unreal!
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    Autumn Sumac and Fog
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    Beano Z, I know all those spots very well and you have done them great justice. Congratulations - especially the Lake Louise image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Beano Z, I know all those spots very well and you have done them great justice. Congratulations - especially the Lake Louise image.
    Bill.
    Thanks Bill, very kind of you!

    There are so many great images off the Canadian Rockies out there that getting a “hero” shot that stands out is quite difficult and neither of the times I was there I felt I got anything original.

    It’s a long way from where I usually am, so being there without trying to get the hero images is very hard to do for me mentally, hopefully next time I’ll seek out less photographed area’s and spend more time on those.

    I’d love to live there for a year or so, just to be able to get to know the place and admire it in all seasons, but unfortunately that will just remain a dream for the foreseeable future....

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    Inside one of the worship halls in Bongeunsa Temple, Seoul. Hasselblad H3D-39 with HCD4/28.

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    Looking through my old portfolio, found this job I did years ago...Leica S2 with the Summarit S 35mm. Kinda miss the S. And looking forward to seeing how the new S3 will be like.

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    Orange Aspen Glade was taken last autumn. The orange aspen trees take a bit of hunting to find them. Its sort of like a needle in a haystack. Some years I find a lot of them and others I find none. This stitched panorama was taken with a Phase One XF IQ3 100 camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Looking through my old portfolio, found this job I did years ago...Leica S2 with the Summarit S 35mm. Kinda miss the S. And looking forward to seeing how the new S3 will be like.

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    Beautiful work! Is that... A kangaroo in the second image?
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    One square inch of fun. This is a small piece of selenite (gypsum crystal) photographed with various colored gels. XF / IQ4150 with Phase One 120mm MF macro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Beautiful work! Is that... A kangaroo in the second image?
    Thanks...Yes, a stuffed kangaroo.
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    Cool!

    We don't get to see those around here, but we do see a lot of "stuffed" white-tailed deer in the homes of local hunters. It is rare though to have anything other than a trophy-mount of just the head with anthers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Stocks View Post
    One square inch of fun. This is a small piece of selenite (gypsum crystal) photographed with various colored gels. XF / IQ4150 with Phase One 120mm MF macro.

    Absolutely love it, Craig!!!!
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    The Forbidden City. Evening, just after sunset. Hasselblad H3D-39 with HC 50-110. 5s exposure at f/16. ISO200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    The Forbidden City. Evening, just after sunset. Hasselblad H3D-39 with HC 50-110. 5s exposure at f/16. ISO200.

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    Oh, yes!!! Gorgeous! Excellent!

    And it is not an image from the latest high res, high ISO, high dollar, high-tech trendy cameras being introduced in the market daily. Well done!!!

    In spite of the so-called IQ advancements over the past years, it is still the photographer. Thank you for sharing, it made my morning!
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    Tarifa | Spain

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    Aspens

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    X1D | XCD 90 | f/11 | ISO 100 | 6-image focus stack
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    Thanks Dave...I am quite happy with the image. And it prints to A1 with no problems. To be fair, I have had this camera for about 10 years, and in its day, it was a high dollar camera.


    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Oh, yes!!! Gorgeous! Excellent!

    And it is not an image from the latest high res, high ISO, high dollar, high-tech trendy cameras being introduced in the market daily. Well done!!!

    In spite of the so-called IQ advancements over the past years, it is still the photographer. Thank you for sharing, it made my morning!
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    Thanks Dave...I am quite happy with the image. And it prints to A1 with no problems. To be fair, I have had this camera for about 10 years, and in its day, it was a high dollar camera.
    Peter,

    Your images with the Leica S and the Hasselblad inspire me. Thank you!

    In an unfortunate world of exclusivity, it seems that there is a dichotomy that not only tends to isolate/discourage others who still use "older" gear, but it places a chilling effect on those who actually enjoy using their older camera systems and when that happens, we all lose something by not seeing their work and by not having mutual relationships with them.

    I don't recall the title of this forum or even this thread including the words "current models only". If it did, then I, as a person, would probably not be allowed to post here because of my expiry date!

    Is it just me, or is it somewhat rare to see images from the excellent older versions of Hasselblad and Leica?

    Can't wait to see more images from all earlier models of MFD cameras!
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    Thanks for the encouragement Dave. Means a lot. I still enjoy and continue to use my H3D. Sometimes with the digital 39Mp back (first version), and sometimes with the film back. For the work that I do, the H3D-39 serves me well. Most of the important stuff is done in studio conditions. But I have started to travel with it as well. And though it is more convenient to walk around with an X1D, the H3D is still good....when the light allows. I usually avoid anything above ISO200. Having said that, this photograph was taken at ISO800 with the H3D-39 and the HCD28. Hand held at f/8, 1/8s, Chinatown, Singapore. March 2011.

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    I will be posting more pics from my H3D.


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    Peter,

    Your images with the Leica S and the Hasselblad inspire me. Thank you!

    In an unfortunate world of exclusivity, it seems that there is a dichotomy that not only tends to isolate/discourage others who still use "older" gear, but it places a chilling effect on those who actually enjoy using their older camera systems and when that happens, we all lose something by not seeing their work and by not having mutual relationships with them.

    I don't recall the title of this forum or even this thread including the words "current models only". If it did, then I, as a person, would probably not be allowed to post here because of my expiry date!

    Is it just me, or is it somewhat rare to see images from the excellent older versions of Hasselblad and Leica?

    Can't wait to see more images from all earlier models of MFD cameras!
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    Warehouse Door

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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Thanks for the encouragement Dave. Means a lot. I still enjoy and continue to use my H3D. Sometimes with the digital 39Mp back (first version), and sometimes with the film back. For the work that I do, the H3D-39 serves me well. Most of the important stuff is done in studio conditions. But I have started to travel with it as well. And though it is more convenient to walk around with an X1D, the H3D is still good....when the light allows. I usually avoid anything above ISO200. Having said that, this photograph was taken at ISO800 with the H3D-39 and the HCD28. Hand held at f/8, 1/8s, Chinatown, Singapore. March 2011.

    I will be posting more pics from my H3D.
    Peter, that would be fantastic!

    I am impressed you are carrying the H with you when you travel. I thought I was the only one, even though travel for me is a day road trip so I don't have to deal with air travel. Just me and a backpack with the tripod. Great image at 1/8 s...wow!... I use the cross-arm handholding technique that I learned from Ming Thein in his Thaipusam videos with the H5 and H6... Raising your left arm bent with your hand toward/resting on your right shoulder, then setting the camera on your left elbow. It takes a few times to get used to it, but I use that technique all the time now with any camera/lens combo that is large. Works amazingly well!
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    Fun with medium format, lighting and Photoshop. This is what happens when you take three frames with the light (and shadows) in different spots and then mix and match the color channels taking the red, green and blue from a different frame. You can also do something very similar with three lights where each has a different red, green or blue filter.
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    Cayeux-sur-mer


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    Better Homes & Gardens?
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    "Illumination"
    A studio shot using a large soft box above her head and a hand-held spot held just below my camera. Leica S + 70mm Summarit S

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    Summer storm approaching from behind. Lightning allowed time only for a single frame ... handheld.

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    Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin https://djessemay.com/new-images/72-...cathedral.html
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    When the wind is above 20 knots, they place red flags on the life guard stands
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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Thanks Dave...I am quite happy with the image. And it prints to A1 with no problems. To be fair, I have had this camera for about 10 years, and in its day, it was a high dollar camera.
    and you shall never part with it!

    may i ask if this image was shot on a friday or saturday?
    they stopped putting on the lights regularely and i have been chasing this situation for years now, really a pita
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    Quote Originally Posted by drevil View Post
    and you shall never part with it!

    may i ask if this image was shot on a friday or saturday?
    they stopped putting on the lights regularely and i have been chasing this situation for years now, really a pita
    PITA is a polite way to put it, combine their irregular schedule with the random (mostly disgusting) local air quality, you might have better luck spotting a unicorn than getting a perfect image there
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    true true

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    I looked it up on the exif...I photographed this on the 28 October 2011, which was a Friday. Earlier on the 25th, I went up the hill at Jingshan Park to get a lighted overhead pano of the Forbidden City, but they did not light it up! Here a pic shot earlier that day (25). This shot with the HCD28.

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    Oh, yea, I will not part with the H3D-39...its worth too little to sell anyway, and as long as it works, I think I will shoot with it. Love the CCD colour.

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    BTW, as I shot the image above (25 Oct), there were a bunch of photographers just beside me.

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    yes its a hot spot for photographers, always has been

    ok so the night shot wasn't a recent one then if i understand correctly?
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    shot in 2011.

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    ok so the night shot wasn't a recent one then if i understand correctly?

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    Flowers


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    MMFC0648 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr



    Mamiya 645 AFDII Mamiya ZD back and 120 mm .
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    Rydall Falls - Lake District, England
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    Stormy looking day today at our lake but, no rain. Perfect weather!

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    Just for fun, as I had both cameras on hand, a quick comparison on field of view of the H3D-39 with HCD28 and the X1D-50 with XCD21. Both shot at f/11, 1/25s on a tripod. Tripod remained the same position, only the cameras were swapped within a few minutes of each other. Apologies that the clouds moved in between the shots, resulting in a different color. I think its interesting that the X1D with 21's smaller sensor (44x33 vs 48x36) has a wider field of view.


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    Columbine. GFX 50r, Pentax 67 75mm AL, 8 degrees of tilt using Fotodiox adapter.
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    Medium format Aussie style.... harsh lit cow skull in a paddock. Hasselblad X1D and XCD 45mmf3.5. Love this system if I have the time to compose and shoot at a leisurely speed. Otherwise I use my workhorse Fuji GFX50S and 32-64 or 120macro. In two weeks, the 50S is replaced by a GFX100....
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    As much as I love my alone time in the outdoors with my Hassy, sometimes getting down to work with the GFX50S and 32-64mmf4 is just as enjoyable.....
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    Arbesa on H3D-31 w 80mm

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