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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    Beautiful image!
    Thank you Greg!
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    Congratulations, Marco!!!

    Good idea about the bouquet.... great image!
    Dave, thank you. I always appreciate your kind words and enthusiastic attitude!
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    Looked back at my images from Death Valley this past May, I think Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes may have been my favorite spot.

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    Autumn wildflowers in Toggenburg, Switzerland. Fresh snow in my neighborhood mountains.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Another image I took at Garyís Handy lunch
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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Any cyclists here? Just got off my bike ride, and grabbed the camera in the car trunk and shot this. Leica S 007 + Summarit-S 70/2.5 ASPH CS, at f/2.5.

    Bike is the Pinarello Dogma F10 with Campagnolo Bora Ultra wheels shod with Panaracer Race 23mm tubulars and Shimano Dura-Ace.

    Letís see some bike pictures!

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Fall weather is approaching, the calendar says so, right?

    This time of year, I am planning, packing, anticipating and dreaming of our annual Fall tour. Whether in a vintage Corvette, British sports car, or on a motorcycle, the changing of the season at this time of year has an amazing effect on how my mind and body react. I must be wired that way. Sadly, there are no sports cars or motorcycles in my life these days, but I still get a visit from a certain visitor to remind me that it is not too late.

    The light was beautiful today and I walked outside to capture a few colorful leaves when I noticed this:
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Any cyclists here?

    Bike is the Pinarello Dogma F10 with Campagnolo Bora Ultra wheels shod with Panaracer Race 23mm tubulars and Shimano Dura-Ace.

    Letís see some bike pictures!

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    I think photos of bicycles, regardless of what format camera was used to take them, deserves it's own thread. We already have a thread for "Planes, Trains and Automobiles"" in the Artful Images to Share sub-forum. Perhaps someone would like to create a new thread for bicycles there. I have 10+ bicycles, but no good photos of them.

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    I am really loving this series!! Where in Japan is this shot taken?

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    Osaka

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    I am really loving this series!! Where in Japan is this shot taken?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Haag View Post
    Looked back at my images from Death Valley this past May, I think Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes may have been my favorite spot.

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    That's just lovely!
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    Covershot for a record and two posters to sell at concerts. No directions, just, 'do what you do'....

    Sent them these two covers and they hate me for it They are divided on which one to choose...





    And they are producing both posters. Good client!



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    I know, I know. First it's a cat picture, then it's out the window. It's embarrassing!

    But how can you wake up, see this, and NOT grab a camera?

    GFX100, 110/2 @f/3.2 (thank you, magnified focus peaking!) ISO 3200, 1/10 second, hand held (IBIS, blah blah)



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    Love the moon shot!!!
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    nice shots

    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    I know, I know. First it's a cat picture, then it's out the window. It's embarrassing!

    But how can you wake up, see this, and NOT grab a camera?

    GFX100, 110/2 @f/3.2 (thank you, magnified focus peaking!) ISO 3200, 1/10 second, hand held (IBIS, blah blah)



    A few minutes later, a plane takes off from La Guardia. Wide open, uncorrected vignetting, but it works.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Abstraction View Post
    That's just lovely!
    Thank you! I don't know that I had thought of a desert as a beautiful place to shoot until this trip to Death Valley.

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    First color capture of our red maple tree for this year. Now to watch the coming crescendo of colors over the coming weeks! It is a glorious time.

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    Starting to get excited about a fall trip late next month to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. This was shot at sunset along the Blue Ridge Parkway just outside the park. For those of you who shoot wildlife, I am told their elk population has grown significantly.

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    Perfect, Greg!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Perfect, Greg!!!
    Thank you Dave! It was so pretty, my wife and I made this drive at sunset 3 nights in a row. The sky never really cooperated, although this was the best night for the light skimming across the mountains.

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    A bit extreme processing of pine tree behind the Metropolitan Museum.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Haag View Post
    Starting to get excited about a fall trip late next month to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. This was shot at sunset along the Blue Ridge Parkway just outside the park. For those of you who shoot wildlife, I am told their elk population has grown significantly.

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    Wow!
    Thank you Marco!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Haag View Post
    Starting to get excited about a fall trip late next month to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. This was shot at sunset along the Blue Ridge Parkway just outside the park. For those of you who shoot wildlife, I am told their elk population has grown significantly.

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    Just super!
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    Just super!
    Thank you Matt!

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    Fuji GFX50r + Leitz Elmar 135mm f/4 [1960]

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    Coloseum in Rome.

    Usually, I remove people from such scenes. In this case, I made sure I included them in the final edit...

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    Belvoir Castle in the English County of Leicestershire (close to the point where it meets both Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire).

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    nice shot

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    Coloseum in Rome.

    Usually, I remove people from such scenes. In this case, I made sure I included them in the final edit...

    Pentax 645Z with 28-45mm lens @ 28mm

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    Tony, very nice! As usual!!!!

    One of these days you are going to have to show me again how you do these images. Always unique, always interesting either on film or digital.
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    Fabulous Ed...would you mind telling us how you put the people back into the edit? I am assuming the rest of the image is a long exposure, due to the star trails. Very curious. And truly loving the photograph.

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    Coloseum in Rome.

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    Pentax 645Z with 28-45mm lens @ 28mm

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    probably multiple shots merged together ?

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    Fabulous Ed...would you mind telling us how you put the people back into the edit? I am assuming the rest of the image is a long exposure, due to the star trails. Very curious. And truly loving the photograph.
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    Jordyn at work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Fabulous Ed...would you mind telling us how you put the people back into the edit? I am assuming the rest of the image is a long exposure, due to the star trails. Very curious. And truly loving the photograph.
    Thanks so much - glad you like it! Basically, the shot is not a single exposure but a stack of many shorter exposures (which allows me to control any burn out from the lighter areas. My usual procedure is also to take a clean, lower ISO shot of the scene and user a layer mask to brush that in (which I did). However, as a result of shooting the trails using lots of shorter exposures, I have a large number of shots showing people as they moved about through the scene. It was therefore a relatively straightforward matter to return to these frames, select ones that showed people in interesting positions (and, of course, reasonably sharp), then use layer masks to add them back to the main shot.
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    Some pictures at Liffey Falls in Tasmania...

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    And one with the 28-45mm (@31mm)
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    Some from Lancaster House in London during the "Open House" weekend. All hand-held ISO1600, using the old Mamiya 35mm AF at f8 on an XF with IQ3 100MP.

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    They could be a bit brighter ...

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    Testing out Fujifilm's GFX50R. First shots with the GFX50R and 45mm f/2.8 R WR + 18 Extension tube. With Profoto flash. Manual exposure, manual focus. Processed from raw with ACR and Photoshop.

    Cropped image to show just the balance cock and wheel of the Lange Cabaret in a special execution, with white gold balance and escape cock. Rest of the plates are in German silver, which show a golden yellow patina, but the white gold elements remain pristine.


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    A foggy day in Parc National du Bic, Quebec. XF/150/150mm.

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    There are not many covered bridges in The Great Smoky Mountains, but here is one near Gatlinburg. It is the Emert's Cove Covered Bridge on the west prong of the Little Pigeon River. I am headed to the GSMNP the first week of November and going to focus on the lower elevations, places such as, Cades Cove, Middle Prong Little River, West Prong Little River, Little River, Cherokee Orchard Road, Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail and Maggie Valley. If anyone has any other suggestions, I would love to hear about them.

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    There are not many covered bridges in The Great Smoky Mountains, but here is one near Gatlinburg. It is the Emert's Cove Covered Bridge on the west prong of the Little Pigeon River. I am headed to the GSMNP the first week of November and going to focus on the lower elevations, places such as, Cades Cove, Middle Prong Little River, West Prong Little River, Little River, Cherokee Orchard Road, Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail and Maggie Valley. If anyone has any other suggestions, I would love to hear about them.

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    Dang, Greg!

    Never knew that was there! You must take there in November just for this one location! Wiw!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Dang, Greg!

    Never knew that was there! You must take there in November just for this one location! Wiw!
    Dave, I have been going to the Smokies for years and did not know it was here until about 3 years ago.

    Here is the location, in case you go in October.

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    A morning start to a paddle on Square Pond in the Adirondacks started with heavy fog. Later the sun revealed some fascinating patterns in the grasses and pond weeds in the shallows.
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    Autumn Aspens and fir tree.
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    Autumn Aspens and fir tree.
    Beautiful Image Steven! I would love to photograph Aspen trees someday.
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