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    Bologna. Photo tour guide for my brother and sister https://djessemay.com/gallery/italy-...ack-white.html

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    this is from the Schoodic Peninsula side of Acadia National Park in Maine
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    Up close with H6D100c HC300mm..............I thought about removing the grass in the Lions Main but to big a task i think, what do you guys think?
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    Up close with H6D100c HC300mm..............I thought about removing the grass in the Lions Main but to big a task i think, what do you guys think?
    I wouldn't have risked getting close enough to do that.

    He looks fine!

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    I saw it.

    I shot it.

    Maybe next time I will take the time to make it perfect, but I don't care...

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    Up close with H6D100c HC300mm..............I thought about removing the grass in the Lions Main but to big a task i think, what do you guys think?[/QUOTE]

    Tempting, but I would leave as is. Very nice image.

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    Forest of trolls and goblins.

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    Aspen turning colors at the Last Dollar Road
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    qomolangma or better known as mt everest

    GFX100 + contax 645 140mm at sunset

    at a camp at around 5000m altitude, simply breathtaking, literally
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    qomolangma or better known as mt everest

    GFX100 + contax 645 140mm at sunset

    at a camp at around 5000m altitude, simply breathtaking, literally
    Wonderful photo! I bet the GFX100 and Contax 140 is a nice combo. Iíve used it with a Leica S. That lens is light, and great for tight landscapes (as you so marvelously demonstrate).

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    Another from my P45 days. Banff National Park.

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    A somewhat different view of fall color. Three-shot focus/blend stack in PS.
    Ironton ghost town, Ouray County, Colorado.



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    Great shot and well executed. Congrats.

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    A somewhat different view of fall color. Three-shot focus/blend stack in PS.
    Ironton ghost town, Ouray County, Colorado.



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    Mamiya C330s + Mamiya Sekor 80mm F2.8 + Kodak TRI-X 400 / Street

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    Two more from last week in Dresden, Germany. Fuji GFX50R + GF45. Hand held. Processed with C1. I'd say minimal adjustments. Exported to PS - cropped and resized, auto watermarked.

    The Frauenkirche at night. The first time I visited in about 1998 or so, the church was not fully completed the reconstruction. The building on the foreground left, the Quartier Frauenkirche was literally a hole in the ground, left by the German Democratic Republic as a reminder of the war, and where I stood to take the photograph was also a hole in the ground.

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    And the Semper Opera House. The Opera was already fully re-constructed and look more or less like this the first time I visited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Wonderful photo! I bet the GFX100 and Contax 140 is a nice combo. Iíve used it with a Leica S. That lens is light, and great for tight landscapes (as you so marvelously demonstrate).

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    thx matt, yes its a great lens and when i got it on the camera at that scene, it filled the mountain just perfectly at that distance

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    No school in Leadville today. Yeah!

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    Yeah!!!

    The Magic Bus!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    A somewhat different view of fall color. Three-shot focus/blend stack in PS.
    Ironton ghost town, Ouray County, Colorado.



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    Fantastic Joe! I really like the composition.

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    Today in Bruce Peninsula National Park. XF/150/80mm

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    "Frosted leaves"
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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Two more from last week in Dresden, Germany. Fuji GFX50R + GF45. Hand held. Processed with C1. I'd say minimal adjustments. Exported to PS - cropped and resized, auto watermarked.

    The Frauenkirche at night. The first time I visited in about 1998 or so, the church was not fully completed the reconstruction. The building on the foreground left, the Quartier Frauenkirche was literally a hole in the ground, left by the German Democratic Republic as a reminder of the war, and where I stood to take the photograph was also a hole in the ground.

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    Fantastic......I want to shoot more night stuff now
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    I guess the location needs little introduction!

    Pentax 645Z with 28-45mm DA lens @ 39mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenfr View Post
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    Great shot and well executed. Congrats.

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    Fantastic Joe! I really like the composition.

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    Thanks Steven and Pramote for your kind comments, and thanks to those who "liked" the "Room with a View" image.

    Here's another from my trip to Colorado (where I had the pleasure of meeting Pramote in person), taken hand held (hence ISO 1600) while behind the wheel of the rental car. It was too captivating a scene to drive by, so I took a drive-by.



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    Amanda in Putrajaya Malaysia
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Yeah!!!

    The Magic Bus!!!
    Not many trees around with color so the bus had to do.
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    Morning

    More from the river as I get used to the calm of photographing at home again, ice starting to form on the rocks and also on my toes!

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    Queyras


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    A somewhat different view of fall color. Three-shot focus/blend stack in PS.
    Ironton ghost town, Ouray County, Colorado.



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    Do you have an assistant or two to tell you about locations like it?
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    Dear Joe,
    Do you have an assistant or two to tell you about locations like it?
    No, but I did have a workshop leader from Colorado (Andy Cook) spend the better part of a day with me 6 years ago showing me popular shooting locations around Ouray and Ridgway, CO. That helped enormously.

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    Sunset at Paradise Divide, CO at 11, 250 ft.

    This was my 3rd attempt in 7 years trying to visit this place.
    1st attempt - Road block with snow on a very narrow dirt road with steep cliff. The road was not closed. I had to turn my car around uncountable times to get back, the scariest experience in my life! I've never told my wife about it and kept it to myself until now!!!
    2nd attempt - Better. The road was closed due to snow.
    Both trips were in June-July.
    Be warned for a fainted heart, it is noted as an easy drive by 4x4 Explorer.com. I guess it's easy if the road is in perfect condition, if there is no car passing you by, if you don't have heart condition etc.
    It's a hair raising drive to reach this location but well worth it. I told my wife this time
    Being in this place fulfilled my dream no matter how the picture would look like.
    I have to go back again at least once to get the reflection of the mountains on the water at sunrise.

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    Col D'Izoard


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    Blue Mesa near Gunnison, CO

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    'battered'
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    Caddo Lake State Park

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    Back in Singapore, Ion Orchard, photographed from across the road - car park of Shaw Centre level 10. Fujifilm GFX 50R with GF45. Handheld. Turned out pretty good.


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    Morning

    Pretty f'ing cold this morning, -10 but felt colder, not used to it yet after the heat of Iraq.

    Spotting this scene which appealed to me, behind a big shed in the forest, liked the balance of dark and light, worth a quick shot anyway.

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    An oldie that I ran across today from a while back.

    IQ150 XF & SK 55LS

    Remember: adventure before dementia!

    The World is a book, and those that do not travel read only one page ...
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    Dallas Divide
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    Right after the snow storm.

    Phase One IQ4150/XF/SK 40-80mm
    2-minute frame averaging (Beta firmware)

    I was there for 7 hours. The sky started to clear up and Mt. Sneffels started to appear. My patience paid off this time!
    I think landscape photography is just a waiting game.

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    120 macro.

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    Col du Lautaret


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    Toledo, near Madrid.

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

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    First sign of Fall, New Brunswick. XF/150/80mm

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    OMG! Iím almost positive I photographed that same fern in N. California.

    Yoursí is probably better.

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    [QUOTE=danlindberg;801688]Forest of trolls and goblins.



    Beautiful shot Dan! I have the hardest time getting images of pathways that I am pleased with.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    Wow . I love the way you have presented this. I find that I myself would do better following this style of rendering rather than keep running to Nik CEP
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