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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Hasselblad H3D-39 with HCD28 and HTS 1.5. Three panel stitching by the HTS. Singapore CBD.


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    This is an image of “hanging rock” in Middletown, Rhode Island.
    The scene has been painted by a slew of very collectible artists including one painted in 1868 by John Lafarge which hangs in the Metropolitan Museum in NYC.
    A few decades ago The Norman Bird Sanctuary connected a walking path to the precipice where people can view the Atlantic Ocean to the west, the Sauchset Wildlife preserve to the south, and the magnificent St George Cathedral to the north.
    This angle is no longer visible from the road because of the overgrowth surrounding the area; so I arranged to bring a 12 foot ladder to the point where I believe Lafarge and others stood while painting the scene.
    Of course, I stopped beach traffic and had to deal with the police while explaining that the inconvenience was for the sake of art
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    The Wanaka Tree at dusk.

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    Stunning, Greg!!!

    Wow!
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    Stunning, Greg!!!

    Wow!
    Thanks much, Dave!

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenspyder View Post
    The Wanaka Tree at dusk.

    P1 XF | S-K 40-80 @ 75mm | f/11 | 10s | ISO 50
    Yep, that's a winner! Love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenspyder View Post
    The Wanaka Tree at dusk.
    I'm sorry, but we can't comment on its quality until we know whether it was captured at 14 or 16 bits.

    THAT WAS A JOKE!

    That photo is magnificent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    I'm sorry, but we can't comment on its quality until we know whether it was captured at 14 or 16 bits.

    THAT WAS A JOKE!

    That photo is magnificent!

    Matt
    Thanks Matt! And it is indeed 16 bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Yep, that's a winner! Love it.

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    Thanks Joe. And thanks again for Frameshop!
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    Cayeux-sur-mer

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Standing on the sachuset national wildlife refuge with the camera pointed across the city reservoir to St George’s School
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    Best regards,
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    My first camera, photographed by my current (last?) camera. Kodak Instamatic 104 and Phase One IQ4 150.

    This could also qualify as a post as a MF macro, tech camera or BTS. When I got the Cambo / Canon 24 TS setup I didn't realize how close it could focus. I've included a setup shot so you can see the lens is only about 3 inches from the subject. I focused on the Kodak logo with some lens swing to extend the plane of focus across the front of the camera.
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    Dark and stormy days last week:

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    Hasselblad H3D-39 with HCD28. Wako building from Nissan Crossing Building. Tokyo, 2018.

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    Summertime fun

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    A bit of fun at Templo del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus (Temple of the Sacred Heart of Jesus) overlooking Barcelona. I was there for the star trail picture that I posted a couple of weeks ago. But, after shooting that sequence, I noticed a red moon rising - so I shot it using my 6x7 300mm EDIF lens. Then it occurred to me that it would look interesting composited onto one of the shots taken for the stars - using the Pentax 55mm f2.8 DFA lens. Both using 645Z.

    Bit of fun really...

    [IMG]IMGP9025_Step9RotCropSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    This is a male Eider duck seen off the Northumberland coast. GFX50S + GF250mm + 1.4xTC:

    Eider duck by Mark, on Flickr
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    A low res image from a recent job shoot. This project is a documentation of watches in real life, lived in condition. This is my personal Rolex Cosmograph Daytona.

    Hasselblad H3D-39 with HC80 and HTS 1.5 with 26mm extension tube. Tilt 9.3 Shift 16.3 Rot 0. f/11 at 1/125, with flash at ISO100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    A low res image from a recent job shoot. This project is a documentation of watches in real life, lived in condition. This is my personal Rolex Cosmograph Daytona.

    Hasselblad H3D-39 with HC80 and HTS 1.5 with 26mm extension tube. Tilt 9.3 Shift 16.3 Rot 0. f/11 at 1/125, with flash at ISO100.

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    Oooooo... splendid! Great images you make, Peter.
    And of my favorite watch of all time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Stocks View Post
    My first camera, photographed by my current (last?) camera. Kodak Instamatic 104 and Phase One IQ4 150.

    This could also qualify as a post as a MF macro, tech camera or BTS. When I got the Cambo / Canon 24 TS setup I didn't realize how close it could focus. I've included a setup shot so you can see the lens is only about 3 inches from the subject. I focused on the Kodak logo with some lens swing to extend the plane of focus across the front of the camera.
    OMG, how delightful! A 104 was my first owned camera as well. Nice blast from the past delivered by the present.
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    Gatehouse of Elswout country estate ...



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    [QUOTE=P. Chong;790404]A low res image from a recent job shoot. This project is a documentation of watches in real life, lived in condition. This is my personal Rolex Cosmograph Daytona.

    Hasselblad H3D-39 with HC80 and HTS 1.5 with 26mm extension tube. Tilt 9.3 Shift 16.3 Rot 0. f/11 at 1/125, with flash at ISO100.

    I have H3D 39 and the lens you used to make this lovely photo, except the watch and HTS 1.5, and if you wish I should also try to take a photo or two then please send your watch and HTS 1.5 to me.
    I will gladly give my address details to you. Thanks in advance. Bashir.

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    Emerging Life in the Garden:

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    [QUOTE=dave.gt;790435]Emerging Life in the Garden:

    Nice one Dave, 3D pop? Hasselblad image?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Emerging Life in the Garden:

    Nice one Dave, 3D pop? Hasselblad image?
    First light this morning, too lazy to get the Hassy and tape the closeup filters on the 80mm. Too lazy to use a tripod too.

    Typical Sunday morning, I guess.

    But the light was perfect for the isolating effect.
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    Here's an image from our rooftop adventure a couple weeks ago, shooting down the Hongkou Gang river, straight into the Pudong skyline. This two minute exposure just after sunrise was my last image of that day, before being told to leave the building

    Image was shot on the IQ4 150mp back through the Rodenstock 90mm lens at f/11 and ISO 50. I had to stack both my tripod heads just to get over the high wall, lucky I scouted out the location the day before or I'd had to shoot a tech-cam handheld that morning

    Here's a bit of the story behind this little river in the foreground called the Hongkou Gang:

    The word "Hongkou" was first seen in "Guangxu Shanghai County". In the middle of the Qing Dynasty, there were three cross-river arch bridges on the section of the Shahong River near the Huangpu River, so this is the mouth of the Huangpu River, also known as Hongkou.

    After the United States rented the land north of Wusong River to Shanghai Road, it was named Hongkou Meifang. In 1943, the Hongkou District was set up, and the district name was named Hongkou Port. The wording of "Hongkou" was fixed and passed down to the present.

    Because of the historical changes of the river, the river was unable to directly drain to the port when it encountered typhoon, heavy rain and high tide at the same time. There was a risk of intrinsic danger and threatened the safety of residents along the river. In 2014, the river opened a pump gate near the Huangpu River, which was completed on June 16, 2015.

    However, on the second day after the completion of the project, Hongkou District suffered heavy rain and astronomical tides at the same time. The five bridges on Hongkou Port were flooded and almost floated up, so that the Hongkou District People’s Government urgently mobilized large trucks to weight down the bridges.


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    Nice...you got it on a clear day too. Last time I was in Shanghai, visibility was very poor.


    Quote Originally Posted by beano_z View Post
    Here's an image from our rooftop adventure a couple weeks ago, shooting down the Hongkou Gang river, straight into the Pudong skyline. This two minute exposure just after sunrise was my last image of that day, before being told to leave the building

    Image was shot on the IQ4 150mp back through the Rodenstock 90mm lens at f/11 and ISO 50. I had to stack both my tripod heads just to get over the high wall, lucky I scouted out the location the day before or I'd had to shoot a tech-cam handheld that morning

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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Nice...you got it on a clear day too. Last time I was in Shanghai, visibility was very poor.
    I’ve been there a few times on the Bund overwhelmed by selfie shooters or wedding shooters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Nice...you got it on a clear day too. Last time I was in Shanghai, visibility was very poor.
    Usually the better visibility comes at a price, the best skies happen during the annual typhoon season, between July and August, but it's also very hot and muggy, especially if you want to secure a spot for sunset at popular locations, when you have a arrive early in the afternoon, but speaking from experience, a cold beer (or two) does wonders....

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I’ve been there a few times on the Bund overwhelmed by selfie shooters or wedding shooters.
    Yes, having lived here for almost 15 years, I simply cannot handle the crowds anymore, so either we shoot sunset at secluded locations or we go for sunrise which means getting up at 3:30am. But also, there's already too many images of the CBD shot from the Bund waterfront, it's almost impossible to get an original image there. I've seen people pour buckets and buckets of water on the walkway early in the mooring, just to be able to get a small puddle for reflections
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    Chalk this one up as a happy accident. Capture One seems to lose its mind if I leave it open. Then it starts outputting corrupted PSD files. The solution is to simply close and relaunch. In this case though I actually like the result better than the original.
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    A couple forest images from the redwoods:

    Both IQ4150 40-80mm 16 bit color!



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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    16 bit color!
    Especially that little 16 bit white triangle in the lower left corner of the 2nd image is exquisite

    Just kidding (hope you don't mind), great shots and lovely light, composition and colour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    A couple forest images from the redwoods:

    Both IQ4150 40-80mm 16 bit color!
    The light on that first image is simply delicious!
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    Duh - Oops! I’ll blame that on my perspective fix. All my prints trim 1/8 on each side so I rarely notice this sort of thing.

    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Especially that little 16 bit white triangle in the lower left corner of the 2nd image is exquisite

    Just kidding (hope you don't mind), great shots and lovely light, composition and colour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    A couple forest images from the redwoods:

    Both IQ4150 40-80mm 16 bit color!



    Ed, sublime! Thanks.
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    I agree Ed! Sometimes, just being there is all you need.
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    The light on that first image is simply delicious!
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    Cove Island Light, Lake Huron. (1858) XF/150/80

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    A few images from my trip to the Arctic ice pack.

    All IQ3100 images:







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    Had a week at home catching up on some image processing. Hope you don’t mind.

    Kebler Pass in October:

    IQ3100, 40-80mm:

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    A couple forest images from the redwoods:

    Both IQ4150 40-80mm 16 bit color!



    Very beautiful images. There is a palpable, three dimensional quality to the light as you captured it. That’s a real challenge with a two dimensional medium, particularly as uploaded on the web.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    A couple forest images from the redwoods:

    Both IQ4150 40-80mm 16 bit color!
    Wow Ed. The first image is remarkable. Did you use some processing techniques you learned in your workshop with with David Osborn?

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    Thank you Tom. I did almost nothing, I did correct for distortion from pointing the camera upwards. I was literally standing on the highway 101 that runs along the west coast. The fog started to lift and a shaft of light illuminated the small tree.

    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Wow Ed. The first image is remarkable. Did you use some processing techniques you learned in your workshop with with David Osborn?

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    Thanks Ed. Nothing like being in the right place at the right time. I asked because the quality of the light seems reminiscent of the Osborn images I have seen and I remember that you posted about attending a workshop..
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    A couple forest images from the redwoods:

    Both IQ4150 40-80mm 16 bit color!



    Both of these are lovely but the first one is landscape photography art. It is one of the best images I've seen in quite a while. Superbly done, Ed!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Just shot this...KLCC from the vantage point at the poolside bar of Traders Hotel.

    Hasselblad H3D-39 with HCD28. f/8 at 4s ISO100.


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Second in a series of fun shots in the early morning:

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Alpa 12 Plus • TC | Schneider 90N | Schneider 120N | Hasselblad X1D | XCD 21 | XCD 45 | XCD 90 | www.danlindberg.com
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Dan,

    Sweeeeet composition!

    And the juxtaposition of moving clouds with static structure is really nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Dan,

    Sweeeeet composition!

    And the juxtaposition of moving clouds with static structure is really nice!
    Thanks Dave, yes, moving clouds was key here, I shot it first 'straight' but the clouds were moving visibly so I mounted a ND and made another one and this turned out nicer in combo with static structure.
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