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    GFX50(r). 32-64

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    Merry Christmas, Ray!!!
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    Thank you Dave!
    And let me wish you the same
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Greetings All,

    I have been absent - first with the flu, then with family drama, now back from the abyss. And so, I dragged my sorry *** outside with a camera. Being at Mohonk Mountain House helped. And so:

    Dawn over the Catskills. GFX100, 100-200 zoom @ 101.8mm (!) There *may* be a bit of Velvia color profile at work here



    Skaters, 23mm f/11 1/3 second (The skater is pushing a chair.)



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    Merry Xmas,

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Greetings All,

    I have been absent - first with the flu, then with family drama, now back from the abyss. And so, I dragged my sorry *** outside with a camera. Being at Mohonk Mountain House helped. And so:

    Dawn over the Catskills. GFX100, 100-200 zoom @ 101.8mm (!) There *may* be a bit of Velvia color profile at work here



    Skaters, 23mm f/11 1/3 second (The skater is pushing a chair.)



    Breakfast Light, 23mm f/8



    Detail



    Merry Xmas,

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    Welcome back Matt - and Merry Christmas to you and yours.

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    Kyoto Fall Scenes 2019 #2

    As I mentioned in previous upload, I stayed in Kyoto for one whole month. I could witness just before fall foliage through just after.

    These are taken at the same location in three weeks apart, early November and late November. Foliage reflected on the surface of black lacquer pained table.

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    I'm loving this series already. Kyoto has so many layers, visiting and revisiting is like peeling an onion. At first you think you understand, then you realise you understand nothing, then little fragments make sense, but the whole picture will never reveal itself....

    Higashiyama is my favourite part of Kyoto. It's where I always stay and where I would live given half a chance

    Please keep posting, preferably 3 times a day

    Quote Originally Posted by Kinya28 View Post
    Kyoto Fall Scenes 2019 #2

    As I mentioned in previous upload, I stayed in Kyoto for one whole month. I could witness just before fall foliage through just after.

    These are taken at the same location in three weeks apart, early November and late November. Foliage reflected on the surface of black lacquer pained table.

    Kinya

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    I need to try that with my new watch...........maybe I will try it tomorrow

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    Not as easy as I thought............#1 I didn't realize that my new second hand "Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Grande Date" Christmas present to myself had so many small scratches.......lol

    Also getting the lighting right was not easy (for me anyway) as the first few shots showed the second hand blur due to the initial slow shutter speed.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    The journey ahead...

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Picton Castle in late afternoon summer light in a becalmed ocean immediately after a violent rainstorm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stngoldberg,
    Picton Castle in late afternoon summer light in a becalmed ocean immediately after a violent rainstorm.
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    Stan, Perfect candidate for wall hanging.
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    Forest pano with ravens
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    Kyoto Fall Scenes 2019 #3

    While I was waiting for the peak of fall colors in the city, I explored surrounded mountains where you can find fall colors earlier.
    It was fortunate that there is a patch of low hanging clouds in the valley in the morning I visited.

    I drove down the hills and visited morning fish market at Obama fishing port and enjoyed variety of fresh seafoods especially famous crab.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    The journey ahead...

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    Hyatt Lane in Cades Cove?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Hyatt Lane in Cades Cove?

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    Hi, Joe!

    It is indeed.

    We were in the area for one day only and covered a lot of ground in four hours, including Cades Cove because there was very little traffic since we were a couple of weeks late for the peak color. We only returned with a dozen or so keepers. But Steven found a treasure of photo opportunities as his posts and website show!!!

    The solitude evoked in this image was real!

    I could easily have spent a couple of days there, but we had a doctor's appointment two hours away from there the next day. I was delighted with the results.

    We will return in the Spring, and we can't wait!
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    Kyoto Fall Scenes 2019 #4

    Sanzen-in temple is quite famous among Japanese and located about an hour north of Kyoto city. You can find beautiful moss filled ground at garden and fall colors arrive earlier than most of places in the city.
    As most of temples in Kyoto, monopod/tripod are not allowed and handheld shooting required, clean file with high ISO with the latest IQ back shines.

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    Thank you Dave for the kind feedback on my images from this fall.

    This one is a Yellow Maple in fog from the Smoky Mountains NP. Camera Phase One XF IQ4 150.
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    GFX50(r), 32-64



    For the last week we have actually have had something else than rain all the time, regarding the weather.
    Makes life less wet..

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    Camellias




    Sinar Norma + Old Brass Barrel Petzval + CFV-50c



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    I recently acquired an antique Petzval brass barrel lens from circa. 1880s.
    Using it with 4x5" film produces a lot of bokeh swirling and out-of-focus areas.
    Using it with the tiny area of a 33x44 sensor gets to a centered sweet spot.

    The lens was mounted to a Graphic lens board and waterstops were made by S.K. Grimes.
    No in lens shutter, but I was able to use a one shot cable from my P45 to trigger the CFV-50c.
    Image was made in studio using a Profoto remote trigger and wide open lens (no lens cap).

    Hope everyone is well, and wishing you all a Happy New Year!!

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    River Angel...



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    Looks like a scene from a Wes Anderson movie - nicely done!

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    A very peaceful and mild day here in Memphis. Merry Christmas everyone.....

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    Thank you Ed...... Happy New Year...

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    Headed back to Death Valley the end of January, second time there but first time with technical camera. I am excited to go back, a little more concerned this time about keeping sand off of sensor and lens.

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    My wife and I will be there a week ahead of you. Also looking forward to the trip as I have yet to get a dunes shot that I even remotely like.

    Have a great trip.....

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    Victor, I wish our times had lined up, I look forward to seeing your images!


    Quote Originally Posted by vjbelle View Post
    My wife and I will be there a week ahead of you. Also looking forward to the trip as I have yet to get a dunes shot that I even remotely like.

    Have a great trip.....

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    Kyoto Fall Scenes 2019 #5

    Danzan-shrine (談山神社) is in Sakurai, Nara, about 80km or 50 miles south of Kyoto city. Famous for Thirteen-story wooden pagoda, pictured in the first image.

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    The olive tree and the castle, https://djessemay.com/new-images/127...he-castle.html

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    Fuji GFX 50R, 32-64mm lens, ISO 400, f13.
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    Fuji GFX 50R 32-64mm lens ISO 400 f 13
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    I am posting these two images on the fun with medium format thread and fun with medium format film thread. First image from Feb 1986 shot with Pentax 645, Kodacolor negative film and a graduated pink filter. I re-did it today with a new sky made with my digital camera. I am 82 and reliving my youth-----sorry!
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    Kyoto Fall Scenes 2019 #6

    I was mesmerized by the scenes with a combination of red maple leaves and roof lines of traditional Japanese buildings. As you can imagine, you can find so many photo opportunities of this combo in Kyoto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinya28 View Post
    Kyoto Fall Scenes 2019 #6

    I was mesmerized by the scenes with a combination of red maple leaves and roof lines of traditional Japanese buildings. As you can imagine, you can find so many photo opportunities of this combo in Kyoto.

    Kinya

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    I just enjoyed some teriyaki pork and Kura no machi tokubetsu junmai ginjo, all in my home, these images complete the experience
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    Happy New Year, Guets Neues https://djessemay.com/new-images/128...ets-neues.html

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    happy new year

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    L_009975 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr


    L_009971 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr



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    Yesterday here on Long Beach Island, NJ it was the lousiest weather I have seen here in a long time. From the minute we woke up, the fog was so thick you could only see a short distance, and on top of that it was raining. We had a lunch date with friends in land about 40 miles south. Close by from where we had lunch we decided to visit one of my favorite spots in the lousy weather, as I thought there might be picture possibilities. GFX 50 R, 32-64 lens, ISO 800, f11, monopod to steady the camera. Thanks for looking. We also ran across an old church with grave stones in the fog. That will be my next processing project.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Today is the 129th anniversary of the opening of the City & South London Railway - the world's first deep-level, tube railway. Most of that railway now forms part of the Northern Line on the London Underground system and still sees heavy use every day. This picture shows Clapham Common station, which opened when the line was extended in 1900 (two world wars ago!).

    It is because of the age of the system that there are two still stations like this, where train runs either side of a narrow, island platform. It gets very crowded in busy times. There were other stations like this, but they have been rebuilt with separate, larger spaces for trains in each direction for reasons of safety and comfort. I wonder how much longer this one will survive in this form...

    Hand-held shot, taken with Pentax 645Z and 28-45mm f4.5 lens @ 28mm using ISO 6400. It's a composite in order to position the two trains exactly where I wanted them.

    Little correction (I would edit the original post, but it's too old for that function to available to me...)... It was shot at 45mm not 28mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Little correction (I would edit the original post, but it's too old for that function to available to me...)... It was shot at 45mm not 28mm.
    Ed, I presume tripod shot... ???

    Another current thread discusses the nightmares of London photography especially if you use a tripod.

    What is the truth about that? Your posts show a lot of night shots and obviously you are not incarcerated!!!
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    Kyoto Fall Scenes 2019 #7

    Daigo-ji temple (醍醐寺)is famous for cherry blossom in spring but also very photogenic in fall season as you can see in here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Ed, I presume tripod shot... ???

    Another current thread discusses the nightmares of London photography especially if you use a tripod.

    What is the truth about that? Your posts show a lot of night shots and obviously you are not incarcerated!!!

    Actually, handheld not on a tripod. Partly because I was doing this en route to a function, so the pictures had to be done opportunistically. But also because using a tripod in such a location at a busy time would probably have attracted unwanted attention...

    I have never had an issue with tripod use if done sensibly outside of busy times/places, but perhaps I have been lucky. I know some people have had issues...
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    Kyoto Fall Scenes 2019 #7

    Daigo-ji temple (醍醐寺)is famous for cherry blossom in spring but also very photogenic in fall season as you can see in here.

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    Granville


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    Happy New Year to all,
    Had some frost the other morning....












    For some reason the frost forms on some saplings but not others!
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    On the night of 30th December, I ventured out into Sussex and Kent in search of opportunities to photograph the stars. Although the sky was cloudless, the area was stubbornly full of thick fog. Getting over the usual disappointment at not getting hoped-for conditions, and its concomitant temptation to give up, I decided to head to Bodiam Castle to try and use the fog to advantage.

    What I found when I got there was nothing short of magical. The fog meant that the castle was felt as much as seen, looming through the murk. There wasn't the faintest breath of wind, allowing the moat to sit glassily in the foreground. And all I could hear around me was the incessant dripping of water off frigid branches. No other sound, or light, reached me. It was like being in an enchanted wood from a children's fable. I half expected mediŠval knights, bears or monsters to appear. What actually emerged was a badger at very close quarters - which took some time to notice me.

    The castle dates back to the 14th century. Having it to myself felt like some sort of farewell to England... I emigrate back to Australia next week!


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    Superlative shots!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    On the night of 30th December, I ventured out into Sussex and Kent in search of opportunities to photograph the stars. Although the sky was cloudless, the area was stubbornly full of thick fog. Getting over the usual disappointment at not getting hoped-for conditions, and its concomitant temptation to give up, I decided to head to Bodiam Castle to try and use the fog to advantage.

    What I found when I got there was nothing short of magical. The fog meant that the castle was felt as much as seen, looming through the murk. There wasn't the faintest breath of wind, allowing the moat to sit glassily in the foreground. And all I could hear around me was the incessant dripping of water off frigid branches. No other sound, or light, reached me. It was like being in an enchanted wood from a children's fable. I half expected mediŠval knights, bears or monsters to appear. What actually emerged was a badger at very close quarters - which took some time to notice me.

    The castle dates back to the 14th century. Having it to myself felt like some sort of farewell to England... I emigrate back to Australia next week!


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    [IMG]IMGP5916_Step5sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]


    [IMG]IMGP5923_Step6sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]IMGP5925_Step4sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
    Greetings,
    I like 1st image, no wait, its the 2nd.... no, I will settle for the 3rd.
    Sorry, I cant choose one so I am saying all three photos are beating one another.
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    Having it to myself felt like some sort of farewell to England... I emigrate back to Australia next week!
    Hell of a parting shot Ed! Wonderful.
    Hope you got your sunscreen and fireproof undies!
    Are you going anywhere near the dreadful fires? Take care!
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    Greetings,
    I like 1st image, no wait, its the 2nd.... no, I will settle for the 3rd.
    Sorry, I cant choose one so I am saying all three photos are beating one another.
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    Hell of a parting shot Ed! Wonderful.
    Hope you got your sunscreen and fireproof undies!
    Are you going anywhere near the dreadful fires? Take care!

    Thanks so much to you both.

    Alan - we'll be living in Sydney. The fires themselves have not yet penetrated into metropolitan areas of that sort, though it could happen. So far, the main direct harm to us seems like it will be the smoke. My four year old son has asthma, so it's a worry. We have invested in air purifiers of a fairly extreme spec.... Sunscreen and asbestos underpants are de rigeur anyway!
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    Kyoto Fall Scenes 2019 #8

    Images along Katsura river (桂川)and famous Togetsu-kyo bridge (渡月橋) ,first bridge built in 836. It is a wonderful area to walk along and enjoy scenery and visit many temples in Arashiyama (嵐山) district.

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    Kyoto Fall Scenes 2019
    Quite stunning work Kinya!
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