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    I just did a count of picture frequency with the GFX100, X1D, and Leica S. My average captures per month was about equal with the Fuji and the Leica, and one-fifth as much with the X1D. The X1D never gave less than stellar output. I just never loved using it. I may not like using the Fuji as much as the Leica S, or prefer its output, but it's made up for by the ease of "getting the shot".

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    The Bulgari Christmas Lightup at Ion Orchard, Singapore. Two panel stitch. Each panel is made with the Phase One XF IQ4 150 Frame Averaging Tool for 1 minute exposure. Each frame is shot at 1/80s, f/3.5, ISO 100. Lens is the Schneider Kreuznach 45mm BR.

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    The long cross


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    More from the river and afternoon low sun.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Hand-held, along Last Dollar Road, Ridgway, CO



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    Fuji GFX50R + Leica 90mm APO Summicron-M ASPH


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    Seasonal Transition "Harvest Colors on Halloween". Valley at Afton Mountain, Virginia.
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    Several views of Cedar Falls in Arkansas at Petit Jean State Park. I liked the color palette going on with the dirty water.

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

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    Several views of Cedar Falls in Arkansas at Petit Jean State Park. I liked the color palette going on with the dirty water.
    These are excellent Ed! I particularly like the second one

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    There are some beautiful Autumn shots being shown, colour has long gone here, I missed most of it being in Iraq so I'm stuck with winter.

    Just a line of trees but I love the ordered chaos and the way the Pine and Birch trees hold the snow differently.

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    My first post here, more dirty water (coloured by peat).



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    I was coming home from yet another medical scan, when I saw a telescope on the sidewalk aimed at the sun with a sign saying "Now playing, the Transit of Mercury". So I went home, stuck the 250/4 on the GFX100, put 16 stops of filter on the front, and took the following snap. Wish I had the 1.4x. Still... This is 100%. Clearly, stacked filters are not meant for straight-into-sun. The ghosting is palpable.

    Oh, the little black dot is Mercury. Just three or four pixels wide.



    Oh what the heck. Put on the Canon 400/5.6, 1.4x, Techart adapter, and got this (twice the resolution, but harder to use. Notice that Mercury moved. It's going fast - like 105,000 MPH. Oh, changed around the filters, too. Less ghosting.




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    Guess I should have included the traditional comp of this waterfall.



    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Several views of Cedar Falls in Arkansas at Petit Jean State Park. I liked the color palette going on with the dirty water.

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    like 105,000 MPH.
    Matt, fascinating shot, at that speed how long did the pass took ?
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    Matt, fascinating shot, at that speed how long did the pass took ?
    Here is a composite of three photos. The times were 9:49, 10:18, and 10:31. So, in 42 minutes, Mercury made it 13.5% of the way across (measured in PS). So... 5 hours and 11 minutes.



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    Matt, at the tender age of 12, (while making mad dashes for the cross town buses), I was the youngest member of the advanced Astronomy course at The Hayden Planetarium in NYC....for all the good it did (I didn't have a clue what calculus was all about). One piece of info I retained is Mercury is a single planet but maybe you've proved all of us wrong. I see three dots across the suns surface so maybe I have to revise my impression of what we were taught.

    In all seriousness, I'm inspired and impressed by what you captured!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Here is a composite of three photos. The times were 9:49, 10:18, and 10:31. So, in 42 minutes, Mercury made it 13.5% of the way across (measured in PS). So... 5 hours and 11 minutes.
    Great image Matt. Years ago (2012 I believe), I took a shot of the transit of Venus. I used a Pentax 67 500mm with a 2x and 1.4x along with every neutral density I could find.


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    Those sun shots are cool!

    Just more from alongside the river from me, need a new subject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Great image Matt. Years ago (2012 I believe), I took a shot of the transit of Venus. I used a Pentax 67 500mm with a 2x and 1.4x along with every neutral density I could find.


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    Oh, that’s gorgeous!

    Even at 560mm, it was hard to aim the thing at the sun. You'd need a finder scope with that combination!
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    An Omen.

    Seasons change. Those of us who are observant, can see the future in those changes and enjoy the beauty in the imperfectness and impermanence of the world around us.

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    While Matt excels in other worlds (literally), I can only capture other-worldly trees...
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    Oh, thatís gorgeous!

    Even at 560mm, it was hard to aim the thing at the sun. You'd need a finder scope with that combination!
    You need to clean your sensor!
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    Autumn moon over the Lake of Zurich



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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Several views of Cedar Falls in Arkansas at Petit Jean State Park. I liked the color palette going on with the dirty water.
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    Exquisite captures as usual! Wow...

    I long for the day to shoot such locations. You are blessed with both talent and skill to capture gorgeous images like these. Thank you for all your hard work!
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    Sigh...

    There are so many images to admire and comment on but so little time between writer's finger cramps from using an iPhone!

    Regardless, I will endeavor to persevere!
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    Another one from Geneva. The Breitling boutique. Photographed with the Phase One XF IQ4 150 and Schneider Kreuznach 45mm (got that right this time), f/3.5 1/125s ISO 1600, hand held. Small keystone correction applied at C1.

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    Matt, at the tender age of 12, (while making mad dashes for the cross town buses), I was the youngest member of the advanced Astronomy course at The Hayden Planetarium in NYC....for all the good it did (I didn't have a clue what calculus was all about). One piece of info I retained is Mercury is a single planet but maybe you've proved all of us wrong. I see three dots across the suns surface so maybe I have to revise my impression of what we were taught.

    In all seriousness, I'm inspired and impressed by what you captured!

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    Dave,

    It's really a testament to modern equipment. With live view and OIS/IBIS, it's aim, AF, check focus in magnified view, adjust exposure manually, and fire. Stabilization makes it like a video game. It's easy enough to be mildly irritating!

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    Dave,

    It's really a testament to modern equipment. With live view and OIS/IBIS, it's aim, AF, check focus in magnified view, adjust exposure manually, and fire. Stabilization makes it like a video game. It's easy enough to be mildly irritating!

    Best,

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    Matt, if it was easy, it wouldn't be fun nor lead to a feeling of accomplishment in acquiring the results you achieved (and posted). Nice going!

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    A story that may be of interest: Matt's shot of the sun reminded me of a recent task I had. A local organization holds a charity auction of 12 corner tables, each decorated by a local artist. I was "recruited" to add a photographic table. I had no idea how to do this but was eventually pleased with the outcome and it may be a process that others might use. I printed a picture of a the 2017 total eclipse, glued it to the table after trimming to fit, and covered the tabletop with an epoxy resin. The process adds a great luminosity to the image, similar to mounting on acrylic.
    Attached are the original image (645Z, 600mm) and an overview of the finished table at the auction site with some of the other tables.
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    I was out shooting something completely different last week and I saw this out in the fog in Jenner, CA. I had just enough time to plop the XF and 240mm on the tripod before it disappeared back into the fog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_McMaster View Post
    My first post here, more dirty water (coloured by peat).



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    Recently had a trip to San Francisco. Time has been short for editing/processing, so I'll share pictures as the opportunity arises. To start off, though, here are a couple...

    Golden Gate Bridge from Baker Beach (Pentax 645Z with 90mm f2.8 DFA lens)
    [IMG]StarTrailsFromFilsIMGP4156-5261_Step5sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    View from above the Robin Williams tunnel (Pentax 645Z with 55mm f2.8 DFA lens)
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