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    I believe this would fall under "fun" with MF images.

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    I too would love to know more about this shot and the story behind it. Would be interesting and hilarious if this was actually a real familiy's portrait.

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    One of the best!
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    That's assuming it's a "real family's" portrait. We've yet to find out but in any case, it's a phenomenal shot.

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    It was a composite shot. Camera, (h3dii-50 + 35-90 @ 35mm) was on a tripod. Each heartbeat generator was a separate exposure layered into the final.
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    Teesdale, 7 image vertical pano...
    This is a re-shoot of one I did earlier in the year, it was felt it needed a bit more breathing room around the (now almost obscured) bridge. It was shot at 24mm and I am quite pleased with this version.




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    Lost sunflowers. Traveling around Italy and Southern France I thought it was interesting to find lost sunflower plants in wheat fields. Obviously, the farmers rotate the crops planted. This is a Six image stitch from the Phase One IQ4 150 camera.
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    Another from yesterday....




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    That is lovely Stanley!
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    San Marco square, sunrise

    One of the few perks of going to Venice in the middle of summer is that very few people are up for sunrise at 5 am, and you get San Marco square all for yourself A couple of seconds exposure with my Demo Hasselblad X1D II, Hasselblad XCD 21mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Short story: A young man in his final year at University was invited to spend a weekend evening on a blind date with his friends who were recently married. He met his date and enjoyed the social experience so much that he asked the young lady for a formal date a week later when classes were out. She said "yes", and the date became a reality. He greeted his lovely young date with a single red rose.

    They were married in her small church and honeymooned in a mountain retreat. The honeymoon never ended, and after 48 years, they spend as much time in the same mountains as life allows. Over the last decade, the young man with the red rose began a labor of love with a shovel and a bucket to move several truckloads of dirt and rocks from the backyard of their little home to make a rose garden full of roses of every color. After the first two years, the garden was finally planted with 22 hybrid roses in a linear fashion parallel to the wooden fence around the yard, in order for his bride to see the roses from the terrace without having to use the wheelchair over uneven terrain. The dream of multiplying my love for my "eternally young" bride had finally been realized.

    Over the succeeding years, surgeries for her became more frequent and this year, I (no longer the young man in this story) realized that stress can be a terrible thing, a dangerous threat to our well-being. I also found a little humor in the daily isolation when I was determined to rid the garden of insects and extend the rose bloom season into the hot summer. The plan was to use an insecticide early enough to allow the hundreds of buds to develop without damage and fill the air with the delicious fragrance of roses night and day, in hopes of providing some enjoyment before the next surgery in July of this year. So, I sprayed the roses and immediately felt that I had done a good thing...

    As I was putting the garden hose away, I noticed the label on the spray I used. It was WEED KILLER for the lawn.

    The last several months, we have had interesting brown rose sticks sprouting wispy yellow green foliage. No leaves. No buds. No roses. LOL... I was now a stick gardener!

    A little water, a little insect management, a little fertilizer, and a lot of of observation later, I noticed some foliage coming back a week ago. And really?... new buds?... Seriously?

    This is the first rose bloom we have had all summer, and there are other rose bushes with fully developed roses now. A couple here, one there, and all of a sudden I realize the truth in this well-known quote:

    "Nothing is as beautiful as a rose that flourishes in adversity."

    That has always been true for my bride. And now, the roses in our backyard have confirmed that truth. I am blessed and grateful beyond measure.

    Dave (GT)

    Best quote of the day: "Always be kind to others, behind every face is some kind of pain."
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Magnificent and touching story, Dave.

    And a rose, too!

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    Teesdale...




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    Re: Fun with MF images

    White Rose Resurrection in the Rose Garden:
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    Best quote of the day: "Always be kind to others, behind every face is some kind of pain."
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    Venice in B&W
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Oh, what the heck, after spending most of the day on campus at the hospital, I returned to the rose garden and was greeted by this little fellow which was a mere bud yesterday:

    H5D-50c 80mm:
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    The forcast was "Sunshine and showers".....




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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Can you find the deer?

    H5D-50c:
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    Can you find the deer?

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    That's spooky!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    That's spooky!
    Yeah, it bugs me every time I see that image now.

    Maybe I can start a new genre of Photography with hidden images in plain view!
    Last edited by dave.gt; 10th August 2019 at 18:37.
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    Shelf clouds along with a cold front arrive during what was, until then, a beautiful day on Lake Erie
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    Now, THAT (shelf cloud) is really spooky! Downright frightening looking. Nice image!!!
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    Now, THAT (shelf cloud) is really spooky! Downright frightening looking. Nice image!!!
    I associated these clouds with the Midwest, but they seem to be more common here nowadays. Usually not much depth; winds are very high on arrival -blew my bag and lens cap off a table- but often the weather clears in a short time.
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    Teesdale...




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    Cycling to work - Shanghai, China https://djessemay.com/new-images/98-...g-to-work.html
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    Umbrella trees - Stitched image using the Phase One IQ4 150 camera.
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    this is a couple of miles down the road from my home in Lamoine, Maine - nice evening for a stroll along the shore.
    X1D with the XCD 45

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    Stitched panorama from last autumn
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    Black Oak Savannah, Manitoulin Island, Ontario. (If this was a thorn tree, we could be in Africa! Just a bit of fun.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Short story: A young man in his final year at University was invited to spend a weekend evening on a blind date with his friends who were recently married. He met his date and enjoyed the social experience so much that he asked the young lady for a formal date a week later when classes were out. She said "yes", and the date became a reality. He greeted his lovely young date with a single red rose.

    They were married in her small church and honeymooned in a mountain retreat. The honeymoon never ended, and after 48 years, they spend as much time in the same mountains as life allows. Over the last decade, the young man with the red rose began a labor of love with a shovel and a bucket to move several truckloads of dirt and rocks from the backyard of their little home to make a rose garden full of roses of every color. After the first two years, the garden was finally planted with 22 hybrid roses in a linear fashion parallel to the wooden fence around the yard, in order for his bride to see the roses from the terrace without having to use the wheelchair over uneven terrain. The dream of multiplying my love for my "eternally young" bride had finally been realized.

    Over the succeeding years, surgeries for her became more frequent and this year, I (no longer the young man in this story) realized that stress can be a terrible thing, a dangerous threat to our well-being. I also found a little humor in the daily isolation when I was determined to rid the garden of insects and extend the rose bloom season into the hot summer. The plan was to use an insecticide early enough to allow the hundreds of buds to develop without damage and fill the air with the delicious fragrance of roses night and day, in hopes of providing some enjoyment before the next surgery in July of this year. So, I sprayed the roses and immediately felt that I had done a good thing...

    As I was putting the garden hose away, I noticed the label on the spray I used. It was WEED KILLER for the lawn.

    The last several months, we have had interesting brown rose sticks sprouting wispy yellow green foliage. No leaves. No buds. No roses. LOL... I was now a stick gardener!

    A little water, a little insect management, a little fertilizer, and a lot of of observation later, I noticed some foliage coming back a week ago. And really?... new buds?... Seriously?

    This is the first rose bloom we have had all summer, and there are other rose bushes with fully developed roses now. A couple here, one there, and all of a sudden I realize the truth in this well-known quote:

    "Nothing is as beautiful as a rose that flourishes in adversity."

    That has always been true for my bride. And now, the roses in our backyard have confirmed that truth. I am blessed and grateful beyond measure.

    Thanks for sharing that Dave. Very moving.

    Be the joy.
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    Palouse Falls, XF-IQ3100, 28mm (3 horizontal shot vertical pano), ISO 50, f/11, 40s...

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    [QUOTE=ejpeiker;796358]Palouse Falls, XF-IQ3100, 28mm (3 horizontal shot vertical pano), ISO 50, f/11, 40s...

    Wow!
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    Teesdale...




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    Well done, congrats.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Black and white version of a recent shelf cloud arrival at a Lake Erie shore.
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    As posted in another forum...

    Early this morning, I walked out onto the terrace to greet the day. In turn, I was greeted by this tiny, cheerful rose bud stretching toward the glorious sunlight.
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    The lavender fields of France.
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    Beautiful image Ray!
    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Really good composition Ray! The lines are great and you’ve captured the depth perfectly. Proof that light and shapes are our primary tools for leading the mind. Nicely done!!!
    Thank you for your kind words!

    Well, this Island that I spend much time each summer is one flat Island, so you get no dramatic views for free.
    So I have to work with what is here. And it has helped me learn to read a scene.
    As they say: Suffering is good for your character..

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    From a recent trip to Sicily.
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    misty day in Acadia National Park
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    Just returned from a week away in the Scottish highlands, a 6 hour drive from where I live if I time it right. I took 2 bags full of camera gear, including the GFX + GF45mm which I used to get this shot of the Moray Firth, looking north:

    The Moray Firth, Scottish highlands by Mark, on Flickr
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    Old timer


    L_008024 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr



    Mamiya 645 AFDII Leaf aptus 22 and 55 mm .
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    Teesdale...




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    Galaxy Soho Building in Beijing, seen from an old Hutong Alley

    GFX50S with Canon TS-E 50mm at F8, really really like the combo

    btw. would that count as a techcam?
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    [QUOTE=Mark C;796507]Just returned from a week away in the Scottish highlands, a 6 hour drive from where I live if I time it right. /QUOTE]

    I think of it as being at least a 5 hour drive south to Edinburgh ;-)

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