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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    OMG! I’m almost positive I photographed that same fern in N. California.

    Yours’ is probably better.
    There's quite the possibility you photographed one the relatives of this one because that was indeed photographed in N. California somewhere off the Rockefeller Loop in the Redwoods. Tough to find pretty ferns that are in 'perfect' condition (and I didn’t)
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    Dallas Divide
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    Jean-luc,

    What a gorgeous scene! Impressive and a welcome sight to see first thing in the morning. Your ZD is impressive as well. Thank you for sharing and I am hoping to see more!
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    Hi, Dave, thanks again for your kind words!! i received my new toy the ZD a few days ago, and i like it ... it has its own personnality and it's a good thing!! i'm going on discovering this Alien...



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    "Hi, Dave, thanks again for your kind words!! i received my new toy the ZD a few days ago, and i like it ... it has its own personnality and it's a good thing!! i'm going on discovering this Alien..."


    Ha! I think you already found it... the sweet spot!!!

    Now go discover the world around you, it is a beautiful place, and please share your new adventures. I love what I see!
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    A "postcard shot" from the Million Dollar Highway.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    A "postcard shot" from the Million Dollar Highway.



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    Joe, You wont mind if I keep looking at this photo?
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    Mamiya ZD Mamiya Sekor 45 mm .
    Please keep showing your magic with ZD.
    Film cameras took decades to earn "classic" title.
    Digital cameras take just few weeks.
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    thank you for your message, i'm a little bit fighting with the white balancy which seems to be in love with cyan... i'll try to win ...
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    Another from Banff NP. 80 mm.

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    L_009556 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr



    Phase one DF+ Leaf aptus 22 and Schneider 80 mm .
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    Continuing the "GFX100 and one lens" walks, I took out the magnificent 250/4.

    I'm of two minds about the little bright bushes at the bottom right edge. I like them, but I know that eye-catching elements are discouraged on the border. And I did nothing to make the halos around the women. That was just the light.


    And an old-style processing of the El Dorado. Yes, "the El" is redundant and yes, you can see every brick at 100%.



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    "The Seasons They are A Changin"

    A blustery, bitter cold day as the Autumn season gets underway.
    On the Blue Ridge Parkway, south of Waynesboro Virginia.

    Pentax 645Z; FA 45-85mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    "The Seasons They are A Changin"

    A blustery, bitter cold day as the Autumn season gets underway.
    On the Blue Ridge Parkway, south of Waynesboro Virginia.

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    What a beautiful shot of the Blue Ridge Pkwy! Rob
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Haag View Post
    Caddo Lake State Park

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    Stunning shot, Greg! Rob
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    Quote Originally Posted by B L View Post
    Joe, You wont mind if I keep looking at this photo?
    Please keep looking. If you look hard enough, you might spot a Jeep (or two). Hint: Look to the left of the mine.

    Thanks very much. Iím happy that you enjoy the photo.

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    Another from my trip to Hokkaido with H6D100c
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    A "postcard shot" from the Million Dollar Highway.

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    Beautiful although Iíd avoid breathing in any of those cyanide/mercury infused tailings down there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Continuing the "GFX100 and one lens" walks, I took out the magnificent 250/4.

    I'm of two minds about the little bright bushes at the bottom right edge. I like them, but I know that eye-catching elements are discouraged on the border. And I did nothing to make the halos around the women. That was just the light.

    ... snip ...

    Matt
    Personally Iíd crop out all of those bushes/plants at the edge of the foreground. Itíll simplify the image to just the rock, backlit people on the rock and the background.
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    Personally I’d crop out all of those bushes/plants at the edge of the foreground. It’ll simplify the image to just the rock, backlit people on the rock and the background.
    Hmm. I don't want to restrict any of the background elements (branches on the left, tree on the right). If I revert to the Leica 3:2 aspect ratio, it works fine. But I am assured that the one true aspect ratio, 4:3, is perhaps the main reasons to switch to Fuji/Phase/Hassy.

    Well, maybe just this once...
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    Grabbed a quick shot of this talented watchmaker Vincent Calabrese. An old timer like me, and we reminisced about the first time I visited his atelier in Lausanne some two decades ago. Good times. Fujifilm GFX 50R + GF45. We were outdoors, but in the shade. Wished I had a small flash to make a catch light in his eyes.


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    Go for it!
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    Got back from Morocco where we had rented the Phase One XF IQ3, 35mm + 110m combo kit. It's a very impressive and very inelegant system.
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    Another one from Hokkaido
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    Matapedia, Quebec. XF/150/80mm.

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    Beautiful Country............Beautiful People
    Hoi Ann Central Vietnam with Hasselblad H6D100c
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    Chateauroux-les Alpes


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    Not so impressive as a photo. However, it was hand-held at 1/4 sec with the 250/4. Trying to get my head around the capabilities here....



    And another aspect of "too much" resolution. While there's nothing wrong with being interesting at multiple scales, it is sometimes hard to deal with photographic elements at such different scales that they don't interact. Case in point: This is a 2 shot focus stack - one for infinity, one for the leaves against the sky - of a sundog.



    And yet looking closer...



    If you go back and look at the full picture, you can just see the seagull's pixel. My cityscapes have all sorts of distant helicopters and birds. They're the modern dust spots!

    Well, I hope to have some photography next time and not just amusing snapshots. Until then,

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    This one has some special significance for me... It's taken in my home town - Grantham, Lincolnshire. I grew up there from 1973 until 1992. Looks like a charming market town, doesn't it? But since I left, the town has somehow fallen on harder times and I have rarely felt more threatened when taking a night picture than I did that night.

    Apart from spawning one of the UK's most divisive public figures, Margaret Thatcher, the town also produced Isaac Newton.

    Pentax 645Z with 55mm f2.8 DFA lens.

    [IMG]StarTrailsFromFilesIMGP9591-9690And0001-0500_Step10sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Melbourne before sunrise

    Pentax 645Z with 28-45 DA lens @ 39mm

    [IMG]IMGP1592_Step6sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Just a simple white rose in a small bud vase. Light was from a single Lume Cube behind the rose. Phase One XF / IQ4 150, Phase One 120 mm macro. This was a 2 minute in-camera frame average, not that it was needed but it seemed like a good idea at the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


    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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    I cant tell you how many times I had the exact experience at this location, its all about being patient and just waiting for the exact moment well done. I just wish I could have been there with you and Joe C...
    Did you guys go up to Telluride at all?


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Hello everyone,
    I have been missing in action for some time yet I wanted to post some fall color stuff from the 2018 season here in Utah, unfortunately do to weird weather this summer, fall colors were a bust IMHO.

    All these images were taken with my Hasselblad X1D, 21mm, 35mm, 45mm and 90mm lenses.
    Thanks to Joe Colson for all your help with my X1D and sorry I missed not meeting up with you and Promote in Colorado a few weeks ago.

    Enjoy

























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    Melbourne before sunrise

    Pentax 645Z with 28-45 DA lens @ 39mm

    [IMG]IMGP1592_Step6sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
    Very beautiful.
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    [QUOTE=kuau;802199]Hello everyone,
    I have been missing in action for some time yet I wanted to post some fall color stuff from the 2018 here in Utah, unfortunately do to weird weather this summer, fall colors were a bust IMHO.

    All these images were taken with my Hasselblad X1D, 21mm, 35mm, 45mm and 90mm lenses.
    Thanks to Joe Colson for all your help with my X1D and sorry I missed not meeting up with you and Promote in Colorado a few ago.

    Enjoy

    Superb set. Thanks for sharing. The second photo resembles one by Pramote. Post #26925. Again excellent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    Pramote
    I cant tell you how many times I had the exact experience at this location, its all about being patient and just waiting for the exact moment well done. I just wish I could have been there with you and Joe C...
    Did you guys go up to Telluride at all?


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    My dear friend Steven,

    Thank you for kind words! Much appreciated!

    Your pictures of Dallas Divide always inspired me! I've missed your beautiful pictures.

    I only met with Joe briefly this time but planned to spend more time together during future trips.

    I was in Telluride only one night. I spent most of my time in Ridgway and Ouray.

    I've fallen in love with Southwest Colorado! It will certainly be my frequent places to visit year round.

    Best

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    [QUOTE=kuau;802199]Hello everyone,
    I have been missing in action for some time yet I wanted to post some fall color stuff from the 2018 here in Utah, unfortunately do to weird weather this summer, fall colors were a bust IMHO.

    All these images were taken with my Hasselblad X1D, 21mm, 35mm, 45mm and 90mm lenses.
    Thanks to Joe Colson for all your help with my X1D and sorry I missed not meeting up with you and Promote in Colorado a few ago.

    Enjoy

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    Steven,

    Remarkable pictures!
    Please post more frequent. I've missed your pictures.
    Thank you for sharing!

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    ....with his "anything turn to gold" kind of photos? I hope everything is well and fine.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Secret spot in Sun Valley Idaho
    X1D, 90mm
    and one from Midway, Utah
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    What a superb sets of images Steven, both the color from Utah (corrected from original posting) and the B&W (in Idaho). I envy your being in such wonderful and unique locations to photograph. In some of your images, is that the infamous barn you used to use for your test shots with too numerous samples to mention of the Pentax FA 35mm f3.5 645 lenses along with its inherited field curvature issues that we encountered? That issue has finally been resolved by Pentax in a spectacular way and I'll tell you about it sometime, even though you are now shooting with the lovely X1D system. Hoping if I ever get back out west or you make another trip back east, we'll get together again. In the meantime, keep posting your lovely images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    What superb sets of images Steven, both the color (in Co,) and the B&W (in Idaho). I envy your being in such wonderful and unique locations to photograph. In the Colorado set, is that the infamous barn you used to use for test shots with too numerous samples to mention of the Pentax FA 35mm f3.5 645 lenses along with its inherited field curvature issues that we encountered? That issue has finally been resolved by Pentax in a spectacular way and I'll tell you about it sometime, even though you are now shooting with the lovely X1D system. Hoping if I ever get back out west or you make another trip back east, we'll get together again. In the meantime, keep posting your lovely images.

    Dave (D&A)
    Wow thanks Dave,
    I need to be more active here, itís just been a difficult year for me and unfortunately fall colors really never happened this season where I am in Utah. Oh and BTW all the image I just posted were taken in Utah and not Colorado last year. Yep thatís the infamous barn here in Park City that I always shoot with new gear....
    I want to come back to the east coast maybe next fall for something new for me to get inspired again.


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    GFX + Leica 90mm APO Summicron-M ASPH

    ISO 3200 Available Light
    Shinjuku/Tokyo

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    [QUOTE=Satrycon;802218]GFX + Leica 90mm APO Summicron-M ASPH

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    Sweet catch.
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