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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    No way Graham, for me you can keep them coming
    , yes keep them going , Graham .
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    , yes keep them going , Graham .
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Strolling along to find the next kill, albeit amongst the elephant poop.

    Funny enough, I find myself doing pretty much the same thing, day in and day out.
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    Always good to branch out, it widens your perspective and clears your mind.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Four Jelly donuts and one cream puff
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    Another often photographed scene but I do have bills to pay.

    NYC from Top of the Rock - IQ4150 w/40-80 LS:





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    Three Jelly donuts and one cream puff
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    Something doesn't add up. 3+1=4, yet I count 5! .

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Something doesn't add up. 3+1=4, yet I count 5! .

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Something doesn't add up. 3+1=4, yet I count 5! .

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Another often photographed scene but I do have bills to pay.

    NYC from Top of the Rock - IQ4150 w/40-80 LS:
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    Beauties! Did you sneak a tripod up there? Hold it very still? Or use high iso? Frame averaging?

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    GFX 50R, 32-64mm lens.
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    Shades of Blue

    Sometimes, ideas come, and build up into projects. Shades of Blue is one such idea, and one of such projects.

    This 366 seconds exposure, taken in Cornwall with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 21mm and the wonderful Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters is the first photograph I am sharing out of this project.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by stngoldberg View Post
    Four Jelly donuts and one cream puff
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    Looks so good I started licking my screen....
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    Parry Falls on the Lockart River NWT, a sacred place for the Dene people. XF/150//80mm.

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    Re: Shades of Blue

    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    Sometimes, ideas come, and build up into projects. Shades of Blue is one such idea, and one of such projects.

    This 366 seconds exposure, taken in Cornwall with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 21mm and the wonderful Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters is the first photograph I am sharing out of this project.

    Thank you for viewing, best regards

    Vieri
    Beautiful. And an inducement to try longer exposures. Sometimes sea-turned-fog looks too unrealistic. Here it creates a coherent mood with the rocks.

    (I have filters. I just forget to bring the tripod )

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    At the end of the day, yes, even Leopards are just cats!

    Fuji GFX 50s ISO1600 1/250s f/5.6 250 + 1.4TC

    Cat pics! On GetDPI!

    (keep 'em coming, Graham!)
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    [QUOTE=etrump;793811]Another often photographed scene but I do have bills to pay.

    NYC from Top of the Rock - IQ4150 w/40-80 LS:

    Beautiful images! Last time I was there, tripods were not allowed. Are these handheld or do you have some other way of stabilizing the camera?

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    Beautiful images! Last time I was there, tripods were not allowed. Are these handheld or do you have some other way of stabilizing the camera?
    Thank you! I used a mini-tripod on the concrete column. Several others doing the same or setting cameras on the post.
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    Thank you! I used a mini-tripod on the concrete column. Several others doing the same or setting cameras on the post.
    Thank you. I thought about doing the same thing the last time I was there. Really good to know it will work.

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    Nice one, Dave!
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    Bodega Bay Head, California
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Best of the best
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    Re: Shades of Blue

    The play of light in the sky and waves at the base of the rocks is exquisite!



    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    Sometimes, ideas come, and build up into projects. Shades of Blue is one such idea, and one of such projects.

    This 366 seconds exposure, taken in Cornwall with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 21mm and the wonderful Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters is the first photograph I am sharing out of this project.



    Thank you for viewing, best regards

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Images of a friends Ford Bronco

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    Alternative version of the Bronco

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    Alternative version of the Bronco

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    Both nice!!! beautiful photographs, Greg.

    I love the first one and wish I had one just like it!!! Our 20-year old SUV only has 301,000 miles on it. Looking to get 500k on it, so it will be with us a long time... assuming of course that... well, you know,

    Always wanted a classic Bronco!
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    Re: Fun with MF images



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    Beautiful. And an inducement to try longer exposures. Sometimes sea-turned-fog looks too unrealistic. Here it creates a coherent mood with the rocks.

    (I have filters. I just forget to bring the tripod )

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    Hello Matt,

    thank you very much indeed, glad you enjoyed it and am happy to be instrumental to push you towards trying more long exposures

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    The play of light in the sky and waves at the base of the rocks is exquisite!

    Thank you very much Ed, I am glad you liked it!

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    Well my first attempt at macro photography. *Any tips appreciated.

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    Any tips appreciated.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    From a recent job shoot. The Chopin Opus 10 No 12.

    Hasselblad H3D-39, HC80 with HTS1.5 Focus stacked in Helicon from 7 images. Needs a bit of PS cleanup before delivery to client.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    From a recent job shoot. The Chopin Opus 10 No 12.

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    Great job! A quick question, did you stack all your images already? I might be wrong, but it feels like 4 h and 5 h are a bit softer than the rest. Best regards,

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    From a recent job shoot. The Chopin Opus 10 No 12.

    Hasselblad H3D-39, HC80 with HTS1.5 Focus stacked in Helicon from 7 images. Needs a bit of PS cleanup before delivery to client.

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    Interesting. I'm working on Op 10 No 11 right now, and it looks nothing like that .

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    Yes, the images are already stacked. I made this stack by moving the focusing ring between images, and there is not sufficient lattitude to get the entire dial in focus. I think I forget to mention that this was done with the H52 extension tube, and with the tube, the HC80 has a very limited range, and I used all of it in this stack.

    However, this is an out-take, as the client copy was made by moving the camera instead of by changing the focus ring, and that image has the entire dial in sharp focus.

    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    Great job! A quick question, did you stack all your images already? I might be wrong, but it feels like 4 h and 5 h are a bit softer than the rest. Best regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    From a recent job shoot. The Chopin Opus 10 No 12.

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    Just lovely!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Parry Falls on the Lockart River NWT, a sacred place for the Dene people. XF/150//80mm.
    Very nice, Bill. Very, very nice.
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    Re: Seljalandsfoss, behind the waterfall

    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    I know it's a classic, but as all classics it's a classic for good reasons. Witnessing an amazing sunrise standing behind the waterfall of Seljalandsfoss, in Iceland, is exciting and almost overwhelming! No matter how classic it is, it is a sight to behold and an unforgettable experience.*8 memorable seconds exposed with Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 21mm, and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.

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    Classic for a reason is spot on. Lovely Vieri. Looking forward to December.

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    GFX(r), 100-200
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    GFX(r), 100-200
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    Long time, no see... it is indeed a pleasure to see you back posting again!!!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Sunrise at the Erastus Corning Tower, Rockefeller Empire Plaza, Albany, NY. Using the Nikkor 19mmPC lens, which I have always enjoyed. Works reasonably well on the X1D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Hi, Ray!

    Long time, no see... it is indeed a pleasure to see you back posting again!!!
    Thanks Dave.

    There have been an never ending load of work the last 6 months.
    So there has not been much time. But I will now try to steal back some time in order to also have a life..

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I've always leaned to hand-held photography, even for architecture and landscape, mostly because I'm lazy and don't like to carry stuff. Lately, I've been tryin to overcome that and not only bring a tripod, but use (gasp) filters. My stated objection (the real one, remember, being laziness) was always "I want the picture to look like you're really standing there," and streaming clouds and fog-like oceans violated that principle.

    So.. here is my first outing with a polarizer, 10 stop ND, and 3 stop grad. I meant to take the 21mm, but grabbed the 30mm by mistake.

    The water WAS this shade of green, which drew me to take the photo. What I wasn't counting on was how much of the sky reflection the polarizer would suppress. (I took it both ways, and this is the more surreal).



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    Sunrise at the Erastus Corning Tower, Rockefeller Empire Plaza, Albany, NY. Using the Nikkor 19mmPC lens, which I have always enjoyed. Works reasonably well on the X1D.


    X1D | Nikkor 19mmPC | f/8 [approx] | 1/15s | ISO 100
    Beautiful Image!
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    I've always leaned to hand-held photography, even for architecture and landscape, mostly because I'm lazy and don't like to carry stuff. Lately, I've been tryin to overcome that and not only bring a tripod, but use (gasp) filters. My stated objection (the real one, remember, being laziness) was always "I want the picture to look like you're really standing there," and streaming clouds and fog-like oceans violated that principle.

    So.. here is my first outing with a polarizer, 10 stop ND, and 3 stop grad. I meant to take the 21mm, but grabbed the 30mm by mistake.

    The water WAS this shade of green, which drew me to take the photo. What I wasn't counting on was how much of the sky reflection the polarizer would suppress. (I took it both ways, and this is the more surreal).

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    (oh, and Vieri, it's a 100mm Firecrest Ultra kit. Easy to handle with a little practice.)
    Very nice Matt. And welcome to the club. ;-)

    P.S. I like what Gary Hart says about the flip-side—freezing water with a fast shutter speed, for example: it doesn't look like that in real life, either. For me, all photography is interpretive.
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    Very nice Matt. And welcome to the club. ;-)

    P.S. I like what Gary Hart says about the flip-side—freezing water with a fast shutter speed, for example: it doesn't look like that in real life, either. For me, all photography is interpretive.
    I'd extend that to all art and music, too.
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    GFX(r), 100-200
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    Great image!

    Long time no see, both you and me!

    Welcome back!

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    Rorschach Test - what do you see? IQ4-150/80 mm

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