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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Will you still be here on Sat? We have our National Day rehearsals. Fireworks on the bay! I should be shooting somewhere along the Bay...and you welcome to meet up if you like.
    That's so thoughtful of you and I would have loved to have done that. But I am back home in England now, and have been for over a week. I planned that badly, didn't I?
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    No worries...would have been nice...but nevertheless, I will try and shoot this Sat and share the pics.

    Love your pics Ed.



    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    That's so thoughtful of you and I would have loved to have done that. But I am back home in England now, and have been for over a week. I planned that badly, didn't I?

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    I think its from our Dishwasher... wife is not happy.
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    Glorious!

    I see Antares and Scorpio. What's lighting the horizon? Moonrise?

    Matt
    Yes indeed Matt. That was the biggest challenge on this shot. Along with some high clouds and horizon haze, there were only a few minutes of sufficient dark to see the start of the Milky Way before the full moon started blowing it all out. But the early moonlight, while it was still below the horizon, was attractive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Some more Singapore
    Love these Singapore pics, Ed.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    Mirror Lakes, South New Zealand.

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    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

    Looking at the SWC thread reminds me how much I liked the square format from my Rolleiflex days. This one is from the Northwest Territories, near Yellowknife. XF/150/80.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Looking at the SWC thread reminds me how much I liked the square format from my Rolleiflex days. This one is from the Northwest Territories, near Yellowknife. XF/150/80.

    The Magic Square!
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    Northern lights over Kirkjufells, Iceland

    The amazing northern lights over Kirkjufells, in Iceland.*16 seconds exposure with my Hasselblad X1D & Hasselblad XCD 21mm.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    One from ground level this time, shot last week, during a miserable sunrise, I did post the BTS images in the dedicated thread.

    Pudong CBD behind the Waibaidu Bridge, shot from Zhapu Bridge over the Suzhou river in Shanghai

    ALPA 12 Max | IQ4 150MP | Rodie 32mm | f/11.0 | 120sec | ISO50

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    If you like rhododendrons, Ireland is the place to be in early June. https://djessemay.com/new-images.html
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    Re: Northern lights over Kirkjufells, Iceland

    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    The amazing northern lights over Kirkjufells, in Iceland.*16 seconds exposure with my Hasselblad X1D & Hasselblad XCD 21mm.

    Thank you for viewing, best regards

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    Wow, Vieri, that is just beautiful.

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    Re: Northern lights over Kirkjufells, Iceland

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    The amazing northern lights over Kirkjufells, in Iceland.*16 seconds exposure with my Hasselblad X1D & Hasselblad XCD 21mm.



    Thank you for viewing, best regards

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    Wow!! Absolutely brilliant!! And yes, that is an amazing sight and photograph. Thanks for sharing, Vieri.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Perspective Correction: A Cautionary Tale

    Once upon a time, a photographer went out in the woods and took a picture using a Canon 24 TS-E lens on an X1D. As it was hand-held, it required a tiny bit perspective correction:



    The X1D, being a magic camera, promised him the same image using only a smaller wider lens. So the photographer went back the next day with an XCD 21mm lens :



    His camera angle wasn't very elevated, but it was a very wide lens. The photographer thanked the magic camera and went back to his cottage to process the image. But when he corrected the verticals, he received a nasty surprise:



    The camera had tricked him! The final crop was unsatisfactory - both from losing the corners and from wasting too much of the image:



    The moral of the story: Use an honest shift lens or tech cam if you can! Or, at least, practice more with your wide to guarantee the coverage you want. And don't listen to talking cameras!

    The End

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Perspective Correction: A Cautionary Tale

    Once upon a time, a photographer went out in the woods and took a picture using a Canon 24 TS-E lens on an X1D. As it was hand-held, it required a tiny bit perspective correction:

    ........ The photographer thanked the magic camera and went back to his cottage to process the image. But when he corrected the verticals, he received a nasty surprise:

    ..........

    The moral of the story: Use an honest shift lens or tech cam if you can! Or, at least, practice more with your wide to guarantee the coverage you want. And don't listen to talking cameras!

    The End

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    LOL Matt. Last week:
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    Currently being in Corleone - Sicily.
    Going beyond the well-known stereotype, this place offers beautiful landscapes, precious churches and welcoming people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Perspective Correction: A Cautionary Tale
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    The moral of the story: Use an honest shift lens or tech cam if you can! Or, at least, practice more with your wide to guarantee the coverage you want. And don't listen to talking cameras!

    The End

    Matt
    Love it! Very funny. On a serious note, has anyone tried the Canon 17TS on the Hassy? It worked well with my Cambo and Trichro, but its resolution is not up to the challenge of the IQ4. Am thinking on the Hassy, it might work well. Per Vieri’s recommendation, I already have the Voigtlander 15 on my Hassy, and I rather like it. But the Canon 17, bulbous front element and all, might be nice to have in the bag sometimes. Or maybe my Nikon 19PC.
    P.S. Which adapter do you like? Fotodiox or TechArt or Cambo?
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    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenspyder View Post
    Love it! Very funny. On a serious note, has anyone tried the Canon 17TS on the Hassy? It worked well with my Cambo and Trichro, but its resolution is not up to the challenge of the IQ4. Am thinking on the Hassy, it might work well. Per Vieri’s recommendation, I already have the Voigtlander 15 on my Hassy, and I rather like it. But the Canon 17, bulbous front element and all, might be nice to have in the bag sometimes.
    P.S. Which adapter do you like? Fotodiox or TechArt?
    I use the Techart. I've had good luck with their adapters and poor luck with Fotodiox. Come to think of it, I had great luck with a Fotodiox Pentax 645 to Sony adapter that I used with the manual 120 Macro - maybe the best of the old Pentax lenses - certainly equal to the Contax 645 Zeiss version.

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    I managed to leave London again. Not having a drivers license is hindering my plan of becoming a world famous landscape photographer. Anyway, my buddy was kind enough to invite me to a short trip to Rye in the south east of England. This church in Fairfield was the star attraction of our trip.

    GFX50 and the GF32-64 and of course plenty of Lee filters.

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    Beautiful, Erik!!!'

    Love this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mristuccia View Post
    Currently being in Corleone - Sicily.
    Going beyond the well-known stereotype, this place offers beautiful landscapes, precious churches and welcoming people.

    Hey,

    This is a lovely rendering here!
    Very nicely done!!!

    Thank you for sharing an image from the CFV-50c.
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    Umbrella street, Durham. GFX50S + GF45mm:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Wow!! Absolutely brilliant!! And yes, that is an amazing sight and photograph. Thanks for sharing, Vieri.

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    Thank you very much indeed Joe, I am glad you enjoyed it! Best regards,

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    Sunset over Marina Bay Sands from Marina Barrage. Hasselblad H3d-39 with HC50-110.


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    Hey,

    This is a lovely rendering here!
    Very nicely done!!!

    Thank you for sharing an image from the CFV-50c.
    Hi Dave,

    Thank you for your kind words!

    Indeed I still have to practice with the CFV-Hassy503cw combination. Achieving precise focus is hard, but I know I can make it. ☺️
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    Re: Northern lights over Kirkjufells, Iceland

    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    The amazing northern lights over Kirkjufells, in Iceland.*16 seconds exposure with my Hasselblad X1D & Hasselblad XCD 21mm.



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    That's really awesome!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    To a man with a Tilt/Shift lens, all the world is vertical and horizontal lines:
    (X1D + Canon 24 TS-E. 2 frame stitch making a SWC like view:



    Now sometimes the rolling shutter is your friend:



    But if you're hand holding, WAIT for the frame to be read before putting the camera down:



    Went to B&H and played with the GFX100. Nicely balanced, like a Canon 1DX or Nikon D5. Also looked at Panasonic S1R (aka Leica SL2) and Nikon Z7. Damn, those suckers focus fast! Think I'll wait for the real SL2, which will also focus fast, if the current one is anything to go by.

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    The Monastery in Petra, Jordan

    The Monastery in Petra, Jordan, early morning - been running for about 1 and a half our since the opening at 6am... For 5km and about 800m Height to get the shots without people... Phase One IQ4150, Alpa STC, Rodenstock 70mm...

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    The floating part of the City of Yellowknife, NWT. XF/150/150 mm.

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    Beautiful, Erik!!!'

    Love this one.
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    Caught a fish this morning before sunrise. Then I shot a single long exposure and was back home within an hour. Time to get back to work.
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    Lone Tree at Buttermere II, Lake District, England
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    Ooooh... that is a sweet image!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ejpeiker View Post
    Lone Tree at Buttermere II, Lake District, England
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    Dave’s right. That’s very pretty Ed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Caught a fish this morning before sunrise. Then I shot a single long exposure and was back home within an hour. Time to get back to work.
    Looks and sounds like a lovely morning, Dave.

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    Doubtful Sound, South New Zealand

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    Great work, EJ and Greg!!! Super clean, lovely images. My poor attempt this morning is way too noisy but it was fun using a camera that is not known for low light shooting. But I wanted to see how it would do with a 10-stop ND Filter. To check my results, I used my ever-present Leica X1 because it is excellent in low light.

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    Sure enough, that snapshot with the diminutive Leica X1 was super clean but the surprising thing was how well the colors matched with its big brother even though it was used a few minutes later. I wish I had the time to shoot long exposures with it, too, this morning, but those fish beckoned... and time was running out, so I grabbed my flyrod. My take-away, the X1 will get a lot more use as a backup!

    So, next up is the H5D-50c.

    It may be awhile before the skies cooperate, though! And when it is ready, the next outing will be with it, followed with the film backs loaded with VELVIA.
    Dave (GT)

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Great work, EJ and Greg!!! Super clean, lovely images. My poor attempt this morning is way too noisy but it was fun using a camera that is not known for low light shooting. But I wanted to see how it would do with a 10-stop ND Filter. To check my results, I used my ever-present Leica X1 because it is excellent in low light.

    Sure enough, that snapshot with the diminutive Leica X1 was super clean but the surprising thing was how well the colors matched with its big brother even though it was used a few minutes later. I wish I had the time to shoot long exposures with it, too, this morning, but those fish beckoned... and time was running out, so I grabbed my flyrod. My take-away, the X1 will get a lot more use as a backup!

    So, next up is the H5D-50c.

    It may be awhile before the skies cooperate, though! And when it is ready, the next outing will be with it, followed with the film backs loaded with VELVIA.
    I like both renditions Dave. Different tones and moods. Love the color.
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    Re: Northern lights over Kirkjufells, Iceland

    Quote Originally Posted by mristuccia View Post
    That's really awesome!
    Thank you very much indeed Marco! Best regards,

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    Reynisdrangar, Iceland

    The amazing sea stacks of Reynisdrangar, in Iceland A 203 second long exposure created with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 90mm and my trusty Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    Re: Reynisdrangar, Iceland

    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    The amazing sea stacks of Reynisdrangar, in Iceland A 203 second long exposure created with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 90mm and my trusty Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.
    Thank you for viewing, best regards

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    Wow.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenspyder View Post
    Doubtful Sound, South New Zealand

    X1D | 21mm | f/5 | 1/250 | ISO 100 | 2-image horizontal stitch. Not quite as sharp as I would like. Handheld on a moving boat.
    Handheld from a moving boat?? 2 image horizontal stitch?? You get the image award of the year!!

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    Re: The Monastery in Petra, Jordan

    Quote Originally Posted by eisbaer View Post
    The Monastery in Petra, Jordan, early morning - been running for about 1 and a half our since the opening at 6am... For 5km and about 800m Height to get the shots without people... Phase One IQ4150, Alpa STC, Rodenstock 70mm...

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    Superb. Its cleaner than what I saw in NatGeo some years ago.
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