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    Cracking good photo Quentin.
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    just before sunrise in north germany, stitch of 4 gf250mm shots
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterA View Post
    Cracking good photo Quentin.
    Ha, you crack me up! Crackington Haven is just a few miles from our vacation house in Cornwall.

    Bur seriously, thanks, Peter.
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    A stitched panorama using the Phase One XF IQ4 150 camera.
    Simply elegant, Steven.

    I am delighted to see some of your results from your two weeks in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park! But I am not surprised, not at all, because you delivered not only at the highest level but your work shows your bond with a difficult environment that presented itself to you in constantly evolving weather. I know this is true because we were there at the same time for a short while.

    It was a highlight of 2019 getting to meet you, your wife and Tim. (Note: not so sure about Bert, though..)

    It was also fulfilling to see a little window into your world of photography and I was amazed at your hard work, determination, creativity, and, of course the results you have shared.

    Thank you again for the opportunity to meet up!
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    "Betwixt and Between the Seasons"

    At Turkey Island Creek, adjacent to the Capital to Capital (Cap to Cap) Trail…..who's historical significance to the history of the U.S. was referenced in my previous post.

    Pentax 645Z; D FA 35mm f3.5 .

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    Thank you Dave. I appreciate your kind thoughts. I am just about done my edit from the Smoky Mountains shoot. I will post a link when I am done. I am behind, I have been busy with printing and writing a magazine article. It was very challenging shoot. So much clutter in the forest, and the first day of hurricane force winds did not help.

    It was great to meet you and your wife. Yes we could of had dinner without Bert. For everyone reading we met Dave and his wife for dinner and we had a cockroach run across our table. I trapped him under a pepper-mill. We named him Bert. The restaurant gave us free desserts, not a bad deal.

    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Simply elegant, Steven.

    I am delighted to see some of your results from your two weeks in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park! But I am not surprised, not at all, because you delivered not only at the highest level but your work shows your bond with a difficult environment that presented itself to you in constantly evolving weather. I know this is true because we were there at the same time for a short while.

    It was a highlight of 2019 getting to meet you, your wife and Tim. (Note: not so sure about Bert, though..)

    It was also fulfilling to see a little window into your world of photography and I was amazed at your hard work, determination, creativity, and, of course the results you have shared.

    Thank you again for the opportunity to meet up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Outstanding!!!
    Thanks Dave!! I appreciate your kind words
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    River Wear...



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    Very , very nice , Alan . Love it .
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    Thanks very much Jurgen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Fuji GFX100, 32-64mm at 32mm, 3.1 secs, F/11, ISO200.

    Very late evening. I really should have worn proper waterproof clothing!

    One of the first images I have processed in Capture One 20. The overall hue is a consequence of the late evening fading light

    Wonderful capture Quentin (and processing too) !! (I wonder if you did something special about the front-rocks, that makes them pop in this special fine way?)
    Did you find things or rendering-ways that is a benefit in C120 compared to the previous edition?, and that makes it worthwhile upgrading?
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    Mamiya 645 DF+ Hartblei 45mm/3.5 Super Rotator, Phase One P45. Lens tilted down:
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    Phase One DF + IQ3100 + SK 80mm F2.8 LS at F8
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Wonderful capture Quentin (and processing too) !! (I wonder if you did something special about the front-rocks, that makes them pop in this special fine way?)
    Did you find things or rendering-ways that is a benefit in C120 compared to the previous edition?, and that makes it worthwhile upgrading?
    KR Thorkil
    Thanks, Thorkil, for your kind words.

    I have to confess I have no particular expertise with C120. I started using Capture One in preference to Lightroom a few months back, and it is mainly because I find it has slightly better colour and I don't find the basics that complicated to master. I think that the light made the front rocks pop as much as C120, but I did a bit of selective masking to slightly enhance the pop without I hope going too far. I used the new High Dynamic Range sliders for the first time with this image, and only watched a couple of videos about them after I had done so! They do seem to give greater control over contrast and shadow / highlight recovery than Lightroom, and in a less destructive way too.

    No doubt I will learn more in the coming weeks and months as my experience grows.

    I also have to praise the technology in the Fuji GFX100 and its lens system, simply an amazing high end camera system, and I speak as a former user of an older generation Hasselblad H5D 200MS. I look forward to multishot being implemented in it in due course (not that it would have been any use for this picture, of course).

    I also need a new set of waterproof boots...!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
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    Lovely image. Having been to LBI several times a few years ago, I don’t think it has ever looked this good.

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    Vestrahorn, Iceland.

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    Magnificient! Iceland could use this image as their flag.

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    Vestrahorn, Iceland.

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    A shot of a bicycle shop by the main train station in Geneva, photographed recently. Phase One XF IQ4 150 with Schneider Kreuznach 45mm LS Blue Line. Hand held, just after sunset. f/3.5, 1/40s, ISO 800.

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    Of course there would be a Boulangerie next to the bike shop. Those putting in a good day's ride have to replenish the calories they burned . How convenient!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Thanks, Thorkil, for your kind words.

    I have to confess I have no particular expertise with C120. I started using Capture One in preference to Lightroom a few months back, and it is mainly because I find it has slightly better colour and I don't find the basics that complicated to master. I think that the light made the front rocks pop as much as C120, but I did a bit of selective masking to slightly enhance the pop without I hope going too far. I used the new High Dynamic Range sliders for the first time with this image, and only watched a couple of videos about them after I had done so! They do seem to give greater control over contrast and shadow / highlight recovery than Lightroom, and in a less destructive way too.

    No doubt I will learn more in the coming weeks and months as my experience grows.

    I also have to praise the technology in the Fuji GFX100 and its lens system, simply an amazing high end camera system, and I speak as a former user of an older generation Hasselblad H5D 200MS. I look forward to multishot being implemented in it in due course (not that it would have been any use for this picture, of course).

    I also need a new set of waterproof boots...!
    Thank you Quentin!
    That was my thought, that you did something with the stones in front, but certainly without overdoing it (!), just with a little hint of sufficient magic I think
    I think what you tell about the new High Dynamic Range sliders in C120 makes me curious enough to have to make the jump Thanks..
    Yes you have to find some waterproof boots, or a dozen of dry socks..
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    Italy, Treviso

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    Marland


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    River Wear...



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    Two shots taken during a lake effect snowstorm today in western New York. The first gives an idea of the lack of visibility in heavy snow with 30mph wind; the second, an indication of the rate of snow fall.
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    Leaf75 Actus - one of the many shots I made of my Carl Fogarty replica - and the last of the Ducati 996 SPS series - one of 120 made.

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    Mmmmm Ducati!
    Do you ride it Pete? I owned and rode for many years a very early 748SP, what fun, full Termi exhaust, nobody would ride behind me due to the noise!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterA View Post
    Leaf75 Actus - one of the many shots I made of my Carl Fogarty replica - and the last of the Ducati 996 SPS series - one of 120 made.

    nice investment !
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Mmmmm Ducati!
    Do you ride it Pete? I owned and rode for many years a very early 748SP, what fun, full Termi exhaust, nobody would ride behind me due to the noise!!!
    Hi Alan - the 748SP is a great bike! Truth be told I can only manage maybe an hour on the bike before the whole knees up wrists down gets too much for my (now) older joints....Bella is consigned to looking good and the occasional track days with some mates - the days of knee down are over for me...
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    Yes, growing old is a bitch! I actually found it very comfortable myself and once did just over 500miles in a day on one of our "Scotland weekends with the boys" trips! I now ride a BMW GS

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    Yes, growing old is a bitch! I actually found it very comfortable myself and once did just over 500miles in a day on one of our "Scotland weekends with the boys" trips! I now ride a BMW GS
    Another excellent bike - I'm thinking of buying an old pan head and doing it up in my man shed as a project - the only problem is that I foolishly told my girls, that if they ever saw me ride a Harley they would know I had totally lost it and that they should shoot me to put me out of my misery
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    I'm with your girls!!!!!!!!
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    Forgive the diversion..... back to the pics,
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    Ready to go! I know, I know, it is not the final image but it is 'fun' with MF and this is fun! Today it is a kitchenshoot

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    Ready to go! I know, I know, it is not the final image but it is 'fun' with MF and this is fun! Today it is a kitchenshoot

    Nice! What case is that and how did you do the custom foam? I'm a case fanatic and experimented with custom foam last year. Thanks for sharing, Dan.

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    Composite photograph this time. The new Greubel Forsey GMT Sport is literally on fire! This watch retails at CHF 480,000 before taxes. As I understood it, all 11 of the first series in a titanium case are all spoken for.

    Photographed recently with my trusty old Hasselblad H3D39 with HC4/120mm macro.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Nice! What case is that and how did you do the custom foam? I'm a case fanatic and experimented with custom foam last year. Thanks for sharing, Dan.

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    Thanks Joe! The case is a Pelicase 520, nice size for me but on the heavy side. The foam is actually the original foam inside a paperbox when I took delivery of a Leaf Credo 60 some 8-9 years ago (when it was released). The foam fitted perfectly in the 520, but I cut it to better suit my needs. I cut it straight across and a couple of cm for the grip on the body, otherwise left as is. So this foam was not at all intended for the X1D

    On the right hand side I have two more lenses, a Profoto A1 and under the A1 there are spare batteries and the remote flashtrigger. I have XCD 21+45+90 and either fits where the camera is in the foam and it is very conveniant that all lenses fits in all three places!

    On assignments it is perfect, but it is too heavy and bulky for hikes.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    This is a re-processing of an image from a couple of years ago, to see if Capture One 20's superior noise handling could improve it.
    The image was shot hand-held in near darkness (the Tawny Frogmouth is a nocturnal bird) at 1/25th, F2.8. ISO 12,800, IQ3-100, 80 mm. lens.
    The previous version had to be converted to B&W because the noise was so bad. While this is by no means perfect, it's a lot better, even in colour. The blurring was caused by wind ruffling the feathers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Ready to go! I know, I know, it is not the final image but it is 'fun' with MF and this is fun! Today it is a kitchenshoot

    Hi Dan,

    what really catched my eye is the tripod head. Is this an arca swiss? It looks so small.

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    Hi Dan,

    what really catched my eye is the tripod head. Is this an arca swiss? It looks so small.

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    It is a Linhof 3D Micro. Very nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by drevil View Post
    I had to like this, nice choice of gear, looking forward for more content!
    It's been kindly loaned to me by a client, and I'm seriously considering making it mine...

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    Standing in the sun watching this pitchdark sky approaching fast.

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    Another autumn image from the Smoky Mountains titled Blue Dawn Maple Forest.
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    River Wear...



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    Forgive the diversion..... back to the pics,
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    Lovely images of the river Wear Alan, is this one taken from Low Barns, it looks familiar?
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    GFX 50R, 100-200mm f5.6 lens at 200mm, ISO 400, f 16
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