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    Quote Originally Posted by ejpeiker View Post
    Lone Tree at Buttermere II, Lake District, England
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    Re: Fun with MF images



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    Another from the Northwest Territories. XF/150/55mm.
    It rained very hard indeed after this shot!

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    In the spirit of Dan's "A modern SWC" I set my GFX to square, set film to Across and put a 28mm lens I had lying about on....




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    Re: Fun with MF images

    It has been awhile since I posted any work with the Hasselblad. So, I walked outside in the noonday blazing sun, shot the first lone rose I came to, and five minutes later...

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    Hore Abbey and the Rock of Cashel https://djessemay.com/new-images.html
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    Mamiya 645 Pro with 80mm f/1.9 and HP5


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    Cameron River Falls, NWT. XF/150/80mm.

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    A couple more...









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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Not quite as square as yours, Alan! XF/150/80mm

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    Fits the frame perfectly though Bill!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    A couple more...
    Nice shots and B&W conversions.

    I have that lens as well (bought it 2nd hand for 5 € ). Does it cover the entire sensor or just the central 33x33 square (or even slightly smaller)? Anyway, cropping square is a nice compromise to use these old/small lenses on a MF camera as a tribute to the old 6x6 film cameras.
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    Some street-style wedding photography taking advantage of the IQ4's remarkable high ISO performance. Both shots were hand-held, ISO 12,800, f/2.8, 1/400s, IQ4 + XF + SK 80/2.8 BR, no flash, with very little ambient light (it was dark outside, late evening wedding reception, with only ambient glow lighting the buildings outside and Christmas tree-style ornamental lights at the perimeter of the tent). Pulled about 1 stop in post (so ISO ~25,000 effectively).

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Mamiya 645 Pro with 80mm f/1.9 and Acros


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    Mamiya 645 Pro with 80mm f/1.9 and HP5


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    Does it cover the entire sensor or just the central 33x33 square (or even slightly smaller)?
    Hi Pieter, it does cover the full sensor with a small amount of vignetting but the far corners are smeared. I have only used it for the square format and it seems ok for that. It does not have a great reputation but at f5.6 & 8 as used here, it seems ok. I am wondering if the 24mm (much better reputation) version might cover as good?
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    More a proof of concept. Took the Nikon 19PC on the Hassy to Mono Lake. Sunrise was over quickly, despite the promising buttermilk clouds. This is a six image stitch of a full left to right shift. I used Photoshop for the merge, but I may go back into PT-GUI and see if I can get a little better. The lens has little vignetting on the Hassy, but is prone to some softness in the edges and corners. I used the Fotodiox adapter, and had it cranked wide open [no mechanical aperture control on this lens], which appears to have zero effect either way. It just sits wide open, as does the lens.Focus peaking works reasonably well with this lens, focus was on the near rocks, and in the full-res image, you can see the softness in the towers in the water.

    If you've been to this spot, you know just how close the tufa towers actually are, and just how wide this field of view is, as the rocks on your sides are very nearly at your side. For me, this is a promising choice for the light backpack when day traveling. I need to try it next on some building interiors.

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    Phase One IQ3 100/XF/SK 40-80mm

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    Sophia on the H3D-31 / 80mm
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    An almost square image . Love it .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    An almost square image . Love it .
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    Thank you! Much appreciated!
    It is a square image

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    Hasselblad H3D-39 with HC-80. Monk in Yoyogi Park, Tokyo.

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    Fringed Polygala, also known as Gaywings. XF/150/80, centre crop.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Sicily (Italy)
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Jurgen,

    Thank you! Much appreciated!
    It is a square image

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    Must be the heat (35 C) , that I see the image a little bit higher than wide (quick look) .
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    Another...




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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Must be the heat (35 C) , that I see the image a little bit higher than wide (quick look) .
    It's not heat, it's a magic of 6x6 format. Happened to me all the time

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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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    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenspyder View Post
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    Lovely Sunday stroll today with my daughter in a small mountain village - Istán.

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    Lichen, NWT. XF/150/55mm

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    Mono Lake in the wee hours. Still working on some noise artifacts.

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    Hamsterley Forest...




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    From the serene monk at the entrance of Yoyogi, to the Rock and Roll culture of some seniors at the same park. Hasselblad H3D-39.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Most people know better than to walk into their scene while wearing a red headlamp. Most people, but not everybody.

    Cathedral Gorge State Park, Nevada. Phase One XF/IQ4150, 35mm BR lens. The foreground was blended from two frames. The sky was from 6 frames stacked and averaged in Photoshop. The foreground exposures were ISO 2000, 30 seconds @ f/4.0. The sky frames were ISO 1600, 120 seconds @ f/4.0.

    FWIW, I don't expect to use in-camera frame averaging for astro-landscape photos. Even with a tracking mount there is some drift between frames so each frame has to be aligned before averaging. There are dedicated programs to stack and average but I've had better luck doing it by hand in Photoshop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Stocks View Post
    Most people know better than to walk into their scene while wearing a red headlamp. Most people, but not everybody.

    Cathedral Gorge State Park, Nevada. Phase One XF/IQ4150, 35mm BR lens. The foreground was blended from two frames. The sky was from 6 frames stacked and averaged in Photoshop. The foreground exposures were ISO 2000, 30 seconds @ f/4.0. The sky frames were ISO 1600, 120 seconds @ f/4.0.

    FWIW, I don't expect to use in-camera frame averaging for astro-landscape photos. Even with a tracking mount there is some drift between frames so each frame has to be aligned before averaging. There are dedicated programs to stack and average but I've had better luck doing it by hand in Photoshop.
    Hilarious, and I love it!
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    Hamsterley Forest...




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    A Vestrahorn sunrise

    The iconic Vestrahorn, in Iceland, on a March sunrise. Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 21mm f/4 and the always impressive Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    Beautiful shot...As Usual

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    The iconic Vestrahorn, in Iceland, on a March sunrise. Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 21mm f/4 and the always impressive Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    From this morning, still on the 6x6 B&W kick...
    Weardale...




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    The last light at Kenosha pass.
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    That's really nice Pramote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    That's really nice Pramote.
    Thank you my friend! Much appreciated.
    I've always enjoyed viewing your nature pictures.

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    The ice goes out, Utsingi Point, Northwest Territories. This is the East Arm of Great Slave lake, the deepest lake in North America. Picture taken on the first day of summer! XF/150/80 mm.

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    From a job in 2012, photographed for a company dealing in port operations. The Singapore port at dusk. 5 panel stitch with the Hasselblad H3D-39 and HC50-110 set at 110mm.

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    I realize that sunset shots may be regarded in the same category as cat photos, so I hesitate, but this is really a shot of the clouds

    I am a member of a local arts organization and sell some prints through their studio tours. I also sell through restaurants and galleries. The purchase of a print requires expense and space to display. This year, after attending a print workshop, I was convinced to produce a book of local Lake Erie photos in an attempt to reach a wider audience. I am really happy with the results and the reactions have been very satisfying. I would recommend any poster here to consider such a project; it was fun to do and produces an affordable piece. If interested, you can see the entire book by following the link and then clicking "read now". Like most projects, once it's out the door, there are aspects you wish you could change/remove/add etc., but overall I'm happy with this and the reproduction is spot on.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Tom,

    Beautiful image. There's nothing wrong per se with sunset/sunrise or cat pics, as long as they are well done and stand out in some way from the crowd. But I'm not suggesting we carried away with a new thread called Fun with Cat Pics.

    And thanks for sharing the link to your book. It's great how you captured so many different moods along the lake. "Fire and Ice" stands out for me.

    John
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