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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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    Thank you for sharing the "Lake Erie" photo book. The images are remarkable.
    Well done!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Tom,

    Thank you for sharing the "Lake Erie" photo book. The images are remarkable.
    Well done!!

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    Thanks Pramote and it's nice to see you back on the forum.

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    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.

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    Thanks John. It's an interesting lake. Today feels and looks like the tropics, in 6 months it will look like the Arctic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    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.
    Tom

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    Love your work, Tom, especially the shelf clouds and the winter scenes. Congratulations!
    I have published my books through Blurb, which has worked well for me and might prove to be a bit more permanent than I will be!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Love your work, Tom, especially the shelf clouds and the winter scenes. Congratulations!
    I have published my books through Blurb, which has worked well for me and might prove to be a bit more permanent than I will be!
    Thanks Bill. I attended a print workshop with Charlie Cramer and he showed me a book of his printed by MagCloud. MagCloud was started by HP and has been acquired by Blurb, but for now, they appear to function be separately. I like the 11x14" size and the lay flat feature of the spiral binding.
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    This image is a composite of some medium format images along with some drone images..may not belong here because itís a hybrid
    These images were taken over the last few days at First Beach in Newport, RI
    To be honest, my drone is noisy and most likely intrusive to people enjoying vacation time on the beach; Iíve decided to put it back in its case for the time being
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post

    <snip>

    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.
    Tom

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    Tom,

    i absolutely love "Have a seat". There's something very special about that image as it appeals to my own personal aesthetic.
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    A couple more from yesterday, Weardale....









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    I seldom shoot flowers, but did this one in 2013...Hasselblad H3D-39 with HC120 macro. Handheld, available light.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Tom,

    i absolutely love "Have a seat". There's something very special about that image as it appeals to my own personal aesthetic.
    Thanks Graham. The colors and mood are reminiscent of a wonderful image you posted a few years ago. I believe it was a calm Puget Sound with silhouettes in the background; my favorite of yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Outstanding image, Pramote! I absolutely love it.
    Bill
    Thank you very much! I really appreciate your kind words.
    Lake Powell is a very beautiful place. It's one of my favorites.
    I hope I can be there again.

    Happy 4th!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    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.
    Tom

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    Tom,
    Wonderful! I have lived most of my life near the shores of that lake, although a bit upstream. I'm going to have to get me one of those books.

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    fuji 50r & 32-64mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by stngoldberg View Post
    This image is a composite of some medium format images along with some drone images..may not belong here because itís a hybrid
    These images were taken over the last few days at First Beach in Newport, RI
    To be honest, my drone is noisy and most likely intrusive to people enjoying vacation time on the beach; Iíve decided to put it back in its case for the time being
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    Stanley, this really interesting. I don't know how I would describe it, but it is an illustrative synopsis of a crowded eastern US beach. You're right about the drone.

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    Tom,
    Wonderful! I have lived most of my life near the shores of that lake, although a bit upstream. I'm going to have to get me one of those books.

    Dave
    Thanks Dave. Get to the shore, closer than a lot of other places.

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    Stanley, this really interesting. I don't know how I would describe it, but it is an illustrative synopsis of a crowded eastern US beach. You're right about the drone.
    Yes, it was fun to do, but it required long lenses from my Phase One and distance with my drone because in this society privacy has become a huge issue. The great street photographers of years past would not be able to function with impunity today.
    I seem to get challenged daily as I scout for photographic “art.”
    People ask who are you?...What do you intend to do with the picture?
    Some guy asked me for a fee, when I took an image of his gas station.
    Regarding the crowded beaches, in Newport today...July 4th...the beach parking lots were filled by 10:00AM...people waited for over two hours for a parking spot
    The towns here are desperate for income and they sell over twice as many season beach passes as there is parking area.
    Years ago There was no charge to go to the beach here. They made a profit selling food and drink and a hot dog was 50 cents with a Coke.
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    " Let Freedom Ring". Independence Day Fireworks in the Nations Capital, Washington D.C.
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    Hope everyone had a wonderful and safe 4th of July holiday.

    These are two preliminary images, hastily posted due to a personal time constraint. Hope in the near future to post a few more from this patriotic day of celebration. Thanks!

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    [QUOTE=tsjanik;792295]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.
    Tom<<<<

    Tom, absolutely wonderful, evocative images from a region that is near and dear to my heart. Superb work and you have every right to be extremely proud.

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    A black and white cityscape from last evening. Hasselblad H3D-39 with HCD28 and HTS1.5 full rise.


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    Weardale...



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    Phase One IQ 180/DF+/SK 150mm

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    A picture of Oxford I wanted to get for a long time. Appropriately enough, this building is called the Radcliffe Camera, dating back to 1737.

    Pentax 645Z with 25mm f4 DA lens.

    [IMG]StarTrailsFromFilesIMGP1961-4360_Step7sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Hi Ed, do you have a version without the star trails? (did I tell you I hate star trails???? ) Love everything else but the trails! (rant over).
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    Hey Ed, do you have a version with the milky way and no bikes?

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    A picture of Oxford I wanted to get for a long time. Appropriately enough, this building is called the Radcliffe Camera, dating back to 1737.

    Pentax 645Z with 25mm f4 DA lens.

    [IMG]StarTrailsFromFilesIMGP1961-4360_Step7sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    A picture of Oxford I wanted to get for a long time. Appropriately enough, this building is called the Radcliffe Camera, dating back to 1737.

    Pentax 645Z with 25mm f4 DA lens.

    [IMG]StarTrailsFromFilesIMGP1961-4360_Step7sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
    Hey Ed, why didn't you use a tilt-shift lens? Only kidding. Love the image the way it is. Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    A picture of Oxford I wanted to get for a long time. Appropriately enough, this building is called the Radcliffe Camera, dating back to 1737.

    Pentax 645Z with 25mm f4 DA lens.
    Regularly used as the background in Morse, Inspector Lewis, and Endeavour episodes. I've never seen it in person.

    BTW, I like star trails. And I like the photo very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    A picture of Oxford I wanted to get for a long time. Appropriately enough, this building is called the Radcliffe Camera, dating back to 1737.

    Pentax 645Z with 25mm f4 DA lens.

    [IMG]StarTrailsFromFilesIMGP1961-4360_Step7sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
    I love everything about the picture especially the star trails without milky way
    Don't listen to Alan. I know he's jealous of you
    Similar to someone like Michael Kenna, when I see the pictures, I know right away, they are Ed Hurst's. You should be very proud of yourself. You have a "signature". It's fruitful of talent, passion and dedication.

    Congratulations!!

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    Oh dear, it was only intended as a light hearted bit of banter with Ed. Oh well....
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    Thanks everyone for the feedback and encouragement. Any reaction is a gift

    For the record, star trails are a big part of my work in recent years, especially in light, urban locations. That juxtaposition is something that I find endlessly inspiring. Won't be everyone's thing, and that's fine by me. But the work I share is what I felt inspired to produce. There won't be other versions.

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    Another one from the same evening. Victoria Theater and Memorial Hall, Singapore. Hasselblad H3D-39 with HCD28 and HTS1.5 full rise applied.


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    The Promise of the Coming Day:

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    Weardale...




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    Just back from a week on safari in South Africa using my GFX rather than the normal 35mm DSLRs.

    Very impressed with the pop from the GF 250 & 100-200 along with the TC. Also the ISO capabilities since I was dealing with max apertures of f/4, f/5.6 or at times f/8 with the TC. I set the Fuji to max auto ISO of 3200 and let exposure go where it needed to go, safe in the knowledge that I could always lift an underexposed image so easily in C1 Pro. These are all direct from C1 Pro 12.








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    Just back from a week on safari in South Africa using my GFX rather than the normal 35mm DSLRs.

    Very impressed with the pop from the GF 250 & 100-200 along with the TC. Also the ISO capabilities since I was dealing with max apertures of f/4, f/5.6 or at times f/8 with the TC. I set the Fuji to max auto ISO of 3200 and let exposure go where it needed to go, safe in the knowledge that I could always lift an underexposed image so easily in C1 Pro. These are all direct from C1 Pro 12.
    Very nice. Can't wait to see what the GFX 100 can do in wildlife situations.
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    Wow, Pramote! Wonderful stuff. Lovely light, composition, mood and editting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boinger View Post
    Very nice. Can't wait to see what the GFX 100 can do in wildlife situations.
    The PDAF and IBIS would certainly have helped beyond the OIS I had. The extra resolution though I think would not have been so relevant in these conditions.
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    Another view of the Singapore CBD. In color this time. Hasselblad H3D-39 with HCD28 and HTS1.5. Very small shift applied 0.7mm rise.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Wow, Pramote! Wonderful stuff. Lovely light, composition, mood and editting.
    Thank you very much Ed! I really appreciate your kind words.
    I love B&W because it gives me more freedom for editing.

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    Thank you very much Ed! I really appreciate your kind words.
    I love B&W because it gives me more freedom for editing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Just back from a week on safari in South Africa using my GFX rather than the normal 35mm DSLRs.

    Very impressed with the pop from the GF 250 & 100-200 along with the TC. Also the ISO capabilities since I was dealing with max apertures of f/4, f/5.6 or at times f/8 with the TC. I set the Fuji to max auto ISO of 3200 and let exposure go where it needed to go, safe in the knowledge that I could always lift an underexposed image so easily in C1 Pro. These are all direct from C1 Pro 12.
    Graham, very well done!! Beyond the compositions and capturing the piercing eyes of each animal, the almost 3D pop is wonderful. And the image sharpness is off the charts.

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    That shot #2 is just fabulous and truly impressive. Makes me want to go back after 50 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    I am going to be in Vegas soon, so might see if I can get out to the Grand Canyon while I'm there...
    Grand Canyon is the place you have to see before you die! Something like that, if you've never visited.
    I am really looking forward to seeing your pictures. Grand canyon + star trails/milky ways by you! It will be very cool.

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