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    Another from the Trans Labrador Highway. XF/150/55mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Beautiful although I’d avoid breathing in any of those cyanide/mercury infused tailings down there!
    No worries. We weren't even close. "Adventure before dementia".
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    Wow! Only been on holiday for a week or so and this thread has exploded with amazing work. Well done everybody
    Our autumn is a very mixed bag at the moment, leaves either on the floor or still green on the trees! Only the odd tree has any colour
    Anyway, from this morning.
    Weardale, 2 image focus stack...



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    Beautiful colors, Alan.

    Being a little below par lately, I find myself falling behind in my digital processing. The film backlog is long as well.

    But, I did manage to finally finish this one.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    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
    Steven, I'm happy to see you back here posting wonderful images of Utah. Some years ago, your photos of the area around Telluride, CO, posted here on GetDPI, were so inspirational to me that I took a photo excursion to the area in 2013. Armed with screenshots of your photos, a newsletter from Robert Hitchman, and the better part of a day with Andy Cook, a Denver-based workshop leader, I explored and photographed the scenes around Ouray, Ridgway and Telluride. My photos were mediocre, but the experience was amazing. So much so that I returned this fall, one week later than my last trip, and caught the peak of fall color. I've fallen in love with that area of Colorado and, like Pramote, will go back. And now you're luring me to Utah with the spectacular scenes from last year. Thanks for the inspiration and for sharing your outstanding work with the rest of us.

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    Cannon Beach, Oregon

    I find this area so beautiful, I would really like to go back on a photography trip next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jelucoq View Post
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    I really love this shot. Put it on the wall!
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    thank you for your message... i'll try a print when back home to see how it works...
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    Alpa 12 Plus • TC | Schneider 90N | Schneider 120N | Hasselblad X1D | XCD 21 | XCD 45 | XCD 90 | www.danlindberg.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


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    woawww, Dan, what a magnificent picture!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelucoq View Post
    woawww, Dan, what a magnificent picture!!!
    Thaaank you

    Actually shot with an adapted Zeiss APO135/2 on the X1D. Great lens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Wow, just wow!!!
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    Yes, I *am* going to post after Dan's masterpiece above. Fortunately, I have no shame.

    Conductor of Soap Bubbles. GFX100 with the surprisingly good 100-200/5.6



    One of his creations



    An onlooker



    And the good old Bethesda Fountain



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    Quote Originally Posted by JoelM View Post
    Shane, come back! Awesome capture!

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    Thanks very much Joel! You are too kind.

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    Owl Creek Pass Road
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    Weardale, 2 image focus stack...



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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post

    Wow, best shot I've seen in a long time ...
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    I had to walk hundreds of feet to obtain this photo of the rare "mallard".
    I'm particularly fond of the tiny water beads around its eye, although the feather textures on the body are also nice.
    GFX100, 100-200/5.6, [email protected]/5.6, 1/160, ISO400.





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    Last image with my H6D, end of over a decade shooting with various H models.

    H6D-100c w HC35

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    [QUOTE=Greg Haag;802357]Last image with my H6D, end of over a decade shooting with various H models.

    H6D-100c w HC35
    I think this photo should make you reconsider about H !

    Boss, I hope you haven't fallen out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    If I were a poet I would start with something like, "Ripples and reflections........."
    Can someone please complete the sonnet? Only 13 lines left.
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    Quote Originally Posted by B L View Post
    If I were a poet I would start with something like, "Ripples and reflections........."
    Can someone please complete the sonnet? Only 13 lines left.
    You wanted a Sonnet? This is the second one I've written in my life (the other one was just as bad!)

    Across the pond the trees were turning red.
    The air so still. I stopped to look around:
    A tiny "plop". I froze and turned my head.
    To see what broke the silence with its sound.

    The ripples and reflections knocked me flat.
    Speechless at the beauty so revealed.
    I swore I'd have to try to capture that.
    Perfection in a moment one could feel.

    But luck and planning saved that perfect place.
    I had the tools for images, you see.
    I always have them with me just in case
    A tripod and a Hassy X1D

    The poet only captures it with rhyme
    Photographers will beat that every time.

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    (Yeats, Shakespeare, and Homer might take issue with that final couplet. Dante would understand.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    You wanted a Sonnet? This is the second one I've written in my life (the other one was just as bad!)

    Across the pond the trees were turning red.
    The air so still. I chose to look around:
    A tiny "plop". I stopped and turned my head.
    To see what broke the silence with a sound.

    The ripples and reflections knocked me flat.
    Speechless at the beauty so revealed.
    I swore I'd have to try to capture that.
    Perfection in a moment one could feel.

    But luck and planning saved that perfect place.
    I had the tools for images, you see.

    I always have them with me just in case
    A tripod and a Hassy X1D

    The poet only captures it with rhyme
    Photographers will beat that every time.

    M
    Thank you Matt,
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    One more from Labrador (as poetry seems to be needed now) XF/150/55mm using Frame Averaging 5 sec.

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    Briançon


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    Vallée de la Clarée


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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    You wanted a Sonnet? This is the second one I've written in my life (the other one was just as bad!)

    Across the pond the trees were turning red.
    The air so still. I stopped to look around:
    A tiny "plop". I froze and turned my head.
    To see what broke the silence with its sound.

    The ripples and reflections knocked me flat.
    Speechless at the beauty so revealed.
    I swore I'd have to try to capture that.
    Perfection in a moment one could feel.

    But luck and planning saved that perfect place.
    I had the tools for images, you see.
    I always have them with me just in case
    A tripod and a Hassy X1D

    The poet only captures it with rhyme
    Photographers will beat that every time.

    M

    (Yeats, Shakespeare, and Homer might take issue with that final couplet. Dante would understand.)
    Matt!!! That is totally GREAT! Spot on. You should put words to your images!! I am actually trying to write a little something to mine, but seldom get it really right. Not easy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Matt!!! That is totally GREAT! Spot on. You should put words to your images!! I am actually trying to write a little something to mine, but seldom get it really right. Not easy!
    Thank you, Dan!

    The problem with adding words to images (usually jokes, in my case) is that I'm never sure which one gets the "likes".

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    Endless Aspens and Mountains.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenfr View Post
    Endless Aspens and Mountains.
    Another great image from Aspen specialist.
    Stitched?
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    Thank you for your kind feedback. This was a film capture using a Horseman camera. It was shot about five years ago. Today I would stitch it. I typically shoot just the trees, but wanted to show a image combing the trees with the mountains. There have been so many amazing aspen images shown this autumn on the forum.

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    Another great image from Aspen specialist.
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    Vallée de la Clarée 2


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    L_009629 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr



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    Terrific work Jean-Luc!
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    thank you, Alan, for your message.

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    Having fun exploring Helicon Focus for focus stacking ...

    P1 DF / P30+ / Mamiya 120/4 Macro ... 7-shot focus stack

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    Lac de Roue sous la pluie


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    Marine Drive, Nova Scotia. XF/150/150mm

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    Grossglockner, the highest mountain in Austria, illuminated by the moon. https://djessemay.com/new-images.html

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    Star trails over a fairly large city. This is a blend of 70 frames at 30 seconds each, ISO 400 @ f/8.0. The individual frames were processed in Capture One and exported as PSDs. They were then loaded as layers in Photoshop and converted to a Smart Object. I duplicated the smart object and used the Maximum stacking mode for the sky (to reveal the star trails) and the Mean stacking mode for the foreground (to get loads of shadow detail). The resulting PSB file is just over 33 GB.

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    Weardale...



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    Panorama of the previous post with re-editing
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Dan, I am assuming this is a composite image. How many images did you use? On first glance it looks like one inverted and reflected, but I am unsure. Very beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Stocks View Post
    Star trails over a fairly large city. This is a blend of 70 frames at 30 seconds each, ISO 400 @ f/8.0. The individual frames were processed in Capture One and exported as PSDs. They were then loaded as layers in Photoshop and converted to a Smart Object. I duplicated the smart object and used the Maximum stacking mode for the sky (to reveal the star trails) and the Mean stacking mode for the foreground (to get loads of shadow detail). The resulting PSB file is just over 33 GB.

    Phase One XF / IQ4 150 back, Phase One 35mm BR lens.
    Craig, which supercomputer did you use, IBM or Cray?

    That's one helluva process and an intriguing result. The detail in the full-size image must be amazing. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Stocks View Post
    Star trails over a fairly large city. This is a blend of 70 frames at 30 seconds each, ISO 400 @ f/8.0. The individual frames were processed in Capture One and exported as PSDs. They were then loaded as layers in Photoshop and converted to a Smart Object. I duplicated the smart object and used the Maximum stacking mode for the sky (to reveal the star trails) and the Mean stacking mode for the foreground (to get loads of shadow detail). The resulting PSB file is just over 33 GB.

    Phase One XF / IQ4 150 back, Phase One 35mm BR lens.
    Nice! My kind of shot, Craig!
    Ed Hurst, www.spiffingpics.com
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    Rental X1D. Im sorry I didn't record which lens was used, I was just way Spaced-Out traveling through the Galaxy to get a once in a lifetime shot of a Magnetar Gamma-Ray Burst




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    by tOny endieveri, on Flickr

    click pic if you want full story...
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    Sous bois


    L_009620 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr



    Phase one DF+ Leaf aptus 22 and Schneider 80 mm .
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    Hook Cirrus?
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