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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Our local fox, this evening. XF150/150mm at ISO 2500.

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    Fuji GFX50r + 90mm APO Summicron M + Macro Adapter M

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Our local fox, this evening. XF150/150mm at ISO 2500.

    Stunning Bill.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Gulalai

    Just testing my new SK 110mm LS Lens.

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    Hamsterley forest...



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    GFX50(r), 100-200

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    [QUOTE=AlanS;808643]Hamsterley forest...

    Alan, brilliant as always
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    Thanks Ray! I think the same when you post
    Btw, where the hell do you disappear to? I am wondering if you don't moolight for your goverment
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    Alan, I sometimes wonder myself where I am..

    ”I am wondering if you don't moolight for your govermen”
    Well I do have had both the Swedish “Secret polis” and the army as my customers.
    And I was generously offered my own sandpit in Mali by the participants in a course that I held for the army , but I ungratefully declined..

    But my main problem is that I am soon the last individual still working in Sweden with my specialist skill set, almost all the others with this knowledge are now in pension.
    Last year I become 65, so I informed my customers that I was thinking about pension.
    And they admitted that they had heard some rumours about this new concept, but they told me not to worry my silly little brain with things I don’t understand

    So, the problem is the workload, but now I cut back to just 100%, and at the summer it will be maximum 50%. And slowly decreasing to nothing...
    I really want to do much more on the photographic side of my life, so I will now be more active, continuously active that is.
    So you will se more of me here from now on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    Alan, I sometimes wonder myself where I am..

    ”I am wondering if you don't moolight for your govermen”
    Well I do have had both the Swedish “Secret polis” and the army as my customers.
    And I was generously offered my own sandpit in Mali by the participants in a course that I held for the army , but I ungratefully declined..

    But my main problem is that I am soon the last individual still working in Sweden with my specialist skill set, almost all the others with this knowledge are now in pension.
    Last year I become 65, so I informed my customers that I was thinking about pension.
    And they admitted that they had heard some rumours about this new concept, but they told me not to worry my silly little brain with things I don’t understand

    So, the problem is the workload, but now I cut back to just 100%, and at the summer it will be maximum 50%. And slowly decreasing to nothing...
    I really want to do much more on the photographic side of my life, so I will now be more active, continuously active that is.
    So you will se more of me here from now on

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    Hello Ray. We do not know each other, but I will be 83 in February, and thankfully I am able to do more photographic work than ever. I am not, and never was a Pro, although I have been fortunate to sell my prints to support my habit. I have always done my own printing, starting in 1959 with my first darkroom, and now do digital printing. I like big prints ( 24"x32") from medium format, and 20"x30" from full frame 35mm. I hope as you back into retirement, you can pursue your wonderful photography work even more often. I am having a ball in my retirement years, and wish you good luck.
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    So you will se more of me here from now on
    That's good news Ray
    I retired 2-1/2 years ago, and can thoroughly recommend it!
    Although I really enjoyed my job, I couldn't get out quick enough, 49 years is a long time! Now I don't know how I ever had time to fit work in
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Our local fox, this evening. XF150/150mm at ISO 2500.

    What a beauty, the fox and the photo! The fox really looks smart!
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    Rolling Island, No. 5
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    Hamsterley forest.
    2 image pano...



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Kyoto Fall Scenes 2019 #15

    Back to the mountain again, this is taken at Namego Valley Nara at early in the morning.
    Native hardwood trees are kept at the ridge in the cedar planted mountain to prevent from spreading wild fire.
    It became one of my favorite image from this trip.

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    P1 IQ4150 XF, SK240mm, 240mm provided perfect composition at here.
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    Kinya,

    I have been enjoying all of your images from this trip, but this one is indeed special. Thanks for sharing your photographic journey with us.

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    Kinya, what a superb image. I think this is the strongest sequence of images I have ever seen on GetDPI (I say that with a great deal of respect for all photographers here).

    Each image individually is so strong and then the series together is immensely powerful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Our local fox, this evening. XF150/150mm at ISO 2500.


    Bill, what an absolutely delightful image. I love it, both for the subject and the photography... For the soul and the technical mastery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Our local fox, this evening. XF150/150mm at ISO 2500.

    Such a beautiful animal!
    And photography by a master!!

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Good Morning,

    A Walk in DUMBO.

    I was in this neighborhood of Brooklyn, and shot for a while. An artist friend of mine insisted that the pictures should suggest a story, and she arranged this group (GFX100 23mm or 100-200mm):











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    Moonrise over Zurich https://djessemay.com/new-images/137...er-zurich.html

    Leica S, Super-Elmar-S stitched 180 degrees
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    GFX50(r), 32-64



    It is interesting to walk in the nature as a landscape photographer, to really look at what is around us.
    And quickly one realize that the nature around us is full of artefacts from earlier periods of human settlers.
    It is often hard not to find artefacts when walking in the old cultural landscape
    Some times big and some times small..

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    Really?

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    Vieri Sir,
    All your pictures are really really excellent. Is it possible to reduce the size of your water mark and perhaps pushed to a side so that it is less in the way to enjoy your pics? But please carry on and you dont need to do anything if you dont feel happy about it.
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    Vieri, thanks for all the technical information you provide on your incredible photographs. Sharing that information is so helpful for those less competent with a camera even if they don’t know it.

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    I hope you get good money for naming the filter manufacturer You use with every picture You show.

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    That is unnecessary, No rules have been broken.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Vieri, thanks for all the technical information you provide on your incredible photographs. Sharing that information is so helpful for those less competent with a camera even if they don’t know it.

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    Hello Ed,

    thank you very much for your kind words, truly much appreciated. I am always glad to help, and happy you are enjoying my work Thanks again!

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    I love that area and you have some great captures. What a change over the last 10 years.

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    A Walk in DUMBO.

    I was in this neighborhood of Brooklyn, and shot for a while. An artist friend of mine insisted that the pictures should suggest a story, and she arranged this group (GFX100 23mm or 100-200mm):











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    Really?

    Originally Posted by B L

    ...... But please carry on and you dont need to do anything if you dont feel happy about it.
    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    I love that area and you have some great captures. What a change over the last 10 years.
    Thank you, Ed.

    That neighborhood *is* drastically different. It reminds me of the High Line.

    Here's the view back towards Manhattan. I had no idea that the FDR Drive was painted purple!



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    Hamsterley forest...



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    I finally knuckled down and put some effort in to learning darktable recently, I must say that v3 really is a very capable piece of s/w. All of my recent monochrome pics are processed with it and although I am still experimenting, I am quite pleased with the results!
    Anyway, Hamsterley forest...



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    I like the resulting conversions -- very "silver-like"

    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    I finally knuckled down and put some effort in to learning darktable recently, I must say that v3 really is a very capable piece of s/w. All of my recent monochrome pics are processed with it and although I am still experimenting, I am quite pleased with the results!
    Anyway, Hamsterley forest...



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    I like the resulting conversions -- very "silver-like"
    Thanks Jack, my feelings exactly! The colours are good too, will do some examples soon.

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    Hi Recently fitted my Alpa SWA with a phase one P20+ and took some handheld shoots on my recent trip to New Hampshire. I love this combination but I need to sell the digital back can't justify to keep it and the GFX50s at the same time.











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    Quote Originally Posted by cgastelum View Post
    I love this combination but I need to sell the digital back can't justify to keep it and the GFX50s at the same time.
    I don't know. These images seem to justify it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cgastelum View Post
    Hi Recently fitted my Alpa SWA with a phase one P20+ and took some handheld shoots on my recent trip to New Hampshire. I love this combination but I need to sell the digital back can't justify to keep it and the GFX50s at the same time.
    Maybe the GFX needs to go instead?
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    Hi Recently fitted my Alpa SWA with a phase one P20+ and took some handheld shoots on my recent trip to New Hampshire. I love this combination but I need to sell the digital back can't justify to keep it and the GFX50s at the same time.

    While you may put $1500-$2000 in your pocket now, in the future you might regret getting rid of a perfectly working back that you like and enables this type of experience.
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    Fossil Sands, Isle of Arran, Scotland

    The Isle of Arran features some truly unique geological features. The Fossil Sands of Corrie are among the most photogenic of these, a real photographer's playground. 3.2 seconds of exposure with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 21mm and my trusty Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    Testing AFA and focus stacking on the Shepaug River, Washington, CT. The initial shots were w/ Lee Big Stop (10-stop) at 4 min exposures and those produce the desired silky water. For the images posted here I used shorter periods for AFA (1 & 2 min) and in retrospect they needed to be longer to smooth out the horse hairs that are inherent with movement and the e-shutter. That said, not having utilized focus stacking, I was pleased with the C1 > Helicon output.

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    Re: Fossil Sands, Isle of Arran, Scotland

    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    The Isle of Arran features some truly unique geological features. The Fossil Sands of Corrie are among the most photogenic of these, a real photographer's playground. 3.2 seconds of exposure with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 21mm and my trusty Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    Excellent.

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    The Big Rock, Smoky Mtns NP.
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    River Wear...



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    Re: Fossil Sands, Isle of Arran, Scotland

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    Excellent.
    Thank you very much, glad you liked it Best regards,

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    Reaching back to earlier days of medium-format digital... I owned a Mamiya ZD briefly in late 2009 - early 2010. The camera spent most of that time traveling to and from Mamiya in Japan for servicing, but I did manage to take it out a few times for some tests. Mamiya 55mm f/2.8 AF.

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    Re-processed this pre-Christmas shot in darktable V3 with Portra 160 film emulation, quite pleased with the outcome...



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    A little bit scary and cold today in the wood ...
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    903SWC, CFV50c



    From this evening sunset.

    I did drag an old friend with me this evening.
    The SWC has been resting way to long now.

    But as always, intimate photos of the sea with this camera results in wet feet!

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    Sunrise at Playa de Gueirua, Asturias

    While I love photographing under any weather and any conditions, some sunrises are definitely better than others. When they honour us with their presence in a place like Playa de Gueirua, in Asturias, magic happens! 20 seconds of pure joy with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 30mm and the amazing Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    GFX50r + GF63mm

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    [QUOTE=AlanS;809150]Re-processed this pre-Christmas shot in darktable V3 with Portra 160 film emulation, quite pleased with the outcome...


    What is your thoughts on Dark Table?
    I am looking at alternatives to PS in the future.

    How does it handle conversions to B/W?

    Good or bad?

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