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    Nice here this morning, the low sun is a golden orange and lights up between the trees nicely. This part of the river hasn't frozen yet so some nice reflections too, not bad for a crisp -10.

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    Ten years ago I made some photos from this location with a monorail view camera. Although the gear was bulkier than the medium format gear that I used here, the weight was the same; about 17 kgs. I am convinced that in the last ten years the hike up the hill has gotten longer and higher. https://djessemay.com/new-images.html



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    X1D + Alpa 12 Plus + Schneider 90. Heliopan 10 stop, 32 sec exposure in fog and rain.

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    The LDS Temple in St George was the first temple completed in Utah being completed in 1877. This is one of the last photos of the temple before being closed for the next three years for renovation.

    The photo was done with a Cambo / Canon 24 TSE combination and a Phase One IQ4 150 back. The sky frames (60 frames) for 30 seconds at ISO 50 @ f/8.0. The lights on the building are quite bright so it was exposed for 6 seconds, also ISO 50 @ f/8.0. The frames were processed in Capture One and stacked in Photoshop to form the star trails.
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    A couple more from yesterday....







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    I will take your word for it 🤔
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    Temperatures dropping fast here, -21 this morning, brrrr.

    I like a nice reflection, from yesterday.

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    Yellow with a patch of blue



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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Temperatures dropping fast here, -21 this morning, brrrr.

    I like a nice reflection, from yesterday.

    Mat, that's beautiful. Perfect. And cold. Brrrr is right. Thanks for sharing.

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    Photographed this morning in Neuchatel. Keystone correction performed in C1. Phase One XF IQ4 150 with Schneider Kreuznach 120mm/f/4 macro lens.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Mat, that's beautiful. Perfect. And cold. Brrrr is right. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks Joe, very kind of you!

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    Weardale...







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    Mamiya 645 DF+ 120mm T/S, Phase One P45. Lens tilted down:

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    Morning.

    I'm getting proper old and grumpy, needed to buy a new down jacket yesterday as temperature is really low now, equivalent of £650!! Jeez, it had better last as long as I do for that price.

    Anyway, tested it out down at the river, worked well at -22. The sun is nice and low and just golden light as it clears the trees, the fog generated by the waterfall is huge and was glowing really nicely.

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    Transitions in Spain, Fuenterrebollo

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Morning.

    I'm getting proper old and grumpy, needed to buy a new down jacket yesterday as temperature is really low now, equivalent of £650!! Jeez, it had better last as long as I do for that price.

    Anyway, tested it out down at the river, worked well at -22. The sun is nice and low and just golden light as it clears the trees, the fog generated by the waterfall is huge and was glowing really nicely.

    Totally worth it.

    Posted before, but my only shot at that temperature. And I was standing in the doorway



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    Another from the cold, just so those of you in nice warm places can see how lucky you are! Or not, depending on your perspective.

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    And more....







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    Inside the Notre Dame Cathedral in Geneva. Phase One XF IQ4 150 with Schneider Kreuznach 120mm macro Blue Line. Shothand held at ISO 6400. f/3.5 1/20s. Requires a steady hand to hand hold this enormous camera and get sharp photographs. I am very impressed with the performance at ISO6400. Very clean file. Colours remain saturated and true, with high quality details. Only a small amount of noise, but totally usable. Cropped to remove distracting lighting at the sides. Keystone correction applied in C1.

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    I've had a full on panoramic day today!
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    Three shot vertical stitch from Glencoe / Phase One XT / IQ4 150MP / 32mm HR / 20 second Frame Average at 0.5s / f11
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    Minimalism, like espresso, is best served in small doses.

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    The last of Fall. XF/150/80 mm.

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    Apologies. Both lenses used in my recent Swiss photographs is the SK 45mm not 120 as stated. I must have been totally jet lagged and tired working with the 120 shooting watches.


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    Inside the Notre Dame Cathedral in Geneva. Phase One XF IQ4 150 with Schneider Kreuznach 120mm macro Blue Line. Shothand held at ISO 6400. f/3.5 1/20s. Requires a steady hand to hand hold this enormous camera and get sharp photographs. I am very impressed with the performance at ISO6400. Very clean file. Colours remain saturated and true, with high quality details. Only a small amount of noise, but totally usable. Cropped to remove distracting lighting at the sides. Keystone correction.

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    More ducks



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    It's one thing to see a great picture and take it. There may be a lot of post, but the idea is there. Much more dangerous is to fall in love with one aspect of a scene and to try to turn it into a good picture. I love the water texture, but can't quite make the ducks complete the image. The previous version was ok, but rather symmetrical. This is a second attempt.



    But the reality is, if you don't see a good picture, it probably isn't there.

    The Silhouette, OTOH, was a picture I saw and wanted to take. My wife prefers this looser crop, with its three weird windows. I worry about the blank center-left. But it doesn't matter as much, because the picture was there already.



    Well, musings that's all probably second nature to you all,

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    The Silhouette, OTOH, was a picture I saw and wanted to take. My wife prefers this looser crop, with its three weird windows. I worry about the blank center-left. But it doesn't matter as much, because the picture was there already.



    Well, musings that's all probably second nature to you all,

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    Matt, I like the looser crop too. The windows add definition to the wall, making it a wall and not just a neutral background. The [barred] windows also add a sense of mystery to the photo. Just my two cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Matt, I like the looser crop too. The windows add definition to the wall, making it a wall and not just a neutral background. The [barred] windows also add a sense of mystery to the photo. Just my two cents.

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    I agree Matt, the looser crop works nicely, I may prefer the cropped version but only because the silhouette is off centre, to my eye it feels nicer there than in the centre of the wider crop, I do like the barred windows though.

    Been out for a long walk this morning, lots of places where nobody goes, so fresh scenes of powdery snow with nothing more than the odd fox, reindeer or moose footprints to deal with. Lakes are frozen over now but not enough for me to risk walking out on them, soon though.

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    First, beautiful snowscape!

    As for the silhouette - horribly, I can move it fairly easily in PS. The clone/fill abilities make short work of removing the figure and leaving a blank wall. I can then paste, move, resize, rotate. It's more than a bit upsetting. I really try not to do that. I once lowered a bird against a blank sky so it would be part of a square composition, and I don't mind cloning out distractions, but this kind of manipulation? <shudder>

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    I agree Matt, the looser crop works nicely, I may prefer the cropped version but only because the silhouette is off centre, to my eye it feels nicer there than in the centre of the wider crop, I do like the barred windows though.

    Been out for a long walk this morning, lots of places where nobody goes, so fresh scenes of powdery snow with nothing more than the odd fox, reindeer or moose footprints to deal with. Lakes are frozen over now but not enough for me to risk walking out on them, soon though.

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    Don't do it Matt!! It's a slippery slope! For me, it's a square crop, lose the window on the left, keep the barred ones above and have the figure towards the left, same as your first crop but with more up top. I'm all for cropping, especially as you have all those lovely pixels, moving stuff though, hmmm.

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    Old Newfoundland.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Don't do it Matt!! It's a slippery slope! For me, it's a square crop, lose the window on the left, keep the barred ones above and have the figure towards the left, same as your first crop but with more up top. I'm all for cropping, especially as you have all those lovely pixels, moving stuff though, hmmm.

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    Thanks Mat,

    I tried the square crop already, and it is an improvement over my original. My wife, though, still insists that the centered figure is suitably balanced by the off-center windows and I should leave it alone. Yes, ma'am!



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    I just spent a wonderful three days in Yosemite, chasing the light and fall colors with some Pigs alumni.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Thanks Mat,

    I tried the square crop already, and it is an improvement over my original. My wife, though, still insists that the centered figure is suitably balanced by the off-center windows and I should leave it alone. Yes, ma'am!



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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    I agree Matt, the looser crop works nicely, I may prefer the cropped version but only because the silhouette is off centre, to my eye it feels nicer there than in the centre of the wider crop, I do like the barred windows though.

    Been out for a long walk this morning, lots of places where nobody goes, so fresh scenes of powdery snow with nothing more than the odd fox, reindeer or moose footprints to deal with. Lakes are frozen over now but not enough for me to risk walking out on them, soon though.

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    Morning

    We're not getting much light here in the day, around 2pm the sun is barely over the small mountains we have here and everything feels dusk like, it's cool. Yesterday walking down by the river, I like the snow collecting on these branches and making them droop under the weight, nice with the river winding in the background.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ndwgolf View Post
    Nice one Rob.......I didnít know you were hanging out here mate?
    Neil
    Thanks, Neil.

    Same for you. I'll post here and/or LF, but this site is much more active for medium format.
    Just admiring all of the super photos posted here.

    Rob

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