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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBrew
    Ray, thanks for this one. Sometimes I kick myself for letting my CFV-50c go.

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    Please dont kick yourselves,because we want to see more and more from you.
    I thought Ray got shut of his SWC but he takes it out now and then and that very good of him.
    Thank´s to both of you for your kind words!

    I have not used this combination much the last year.
    But as soon as I go out with the camera my hand and eyes automatically knows how to handle and compose with this combination.
    I have after all used this combination extensively for some years.
    I have contemplating to sell this kit, but now I have no plans to sell any of my camera kits. I may not use it that much, but when I want to, then it is there for me to pick up.
    So far I think I have regretted almost all camera equipment I have earlier sold. And the CFV50c is a brillinat piece of equipment I can use on a number of cameras that I have.
    And since pension is not far off, all my stuff is intended for use.
    The only plan regarding my equipment is to buy some more equipment, you know, just a few small items..

    I wonder why I feel so at home here at Dantes ehh I mean GetDPI

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    Dramatic Tuscan cypresses

    Tuscany often evokes images of soft landscapes and serene hills, but there is drama to be found there as well. To express the drama of this scene, I found 60 seconds of exposure and black & white to be the way to go. Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 45mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra Grad ND, ND and polariser filters.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    GFX50(r), 100-200



    Some times when I stand at the edge of the sea, waiting for sunset, it can be wise to turn around..

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    GFX50(r), 100-200

    Some times when I stand at the edge of the sea, waiting for sunset, it can be wise to turn around..

    Ray
    Or Zabriskie Point waiting for sunrise. This was on a getDPI workshop in 2012. The parking lot:





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    River Wear...



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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    Looks to be a classic Packard
    Sorry Jack

    Not a Packard nor Auburn, BUT

    yes a Cadillac 1937 V-16, Series 90 Hartmann

    Best of Show yesterday at Cavallino in Palm Beach FL
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by algrove View Post
    Sorry Jack

    Not a Packard nor Auburn, BUT

    yes a Cadillac 1937 V-16, Series 90 Hartmann

    Best of Show yesterday at Cavallino in Palm Beach FL
    I'll capitulate But at the same time I suspect it is maybe a 3rd party replacement? The 1930's Caddy had a flying goddess, but her wings wings went straight back, more rigid in appearance and not veined like these, basically "flat.' Packard had the goddess of speed with her hands in front of her holding what looked like a small shield, but Packard had a few iterations too --- and I have seen one like you showed on other Packards -- which may also have been 3rd party since I was not alive back then!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    I'll capitulate But at the same time I suspect it is maybe a 3rd party replacement? The 1930's Caddy had a flying goddess, but her wings wings went straight back, more rigid in appearance and not veined like these, basically "flat.' Packard had the goddess of speed with her hands in front of her holding what looked like a small shield, but Packard had a few iterations too --- and I have seen one like you showed on other Packards -- which may also have been 3rd party since I was not alive back then!
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    Who knows what these cars came with from the factory. I changed over to Cars /planes/etc thread because my next images are not MF.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    A few broken fishing nets
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    Monochrome version...



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    Snow in the Smoky mountains at the end of autumn.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    GFX50(r), 23

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    River Wear...



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    Foggy morning in south Florida (x1d)
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    Foggy morning in south Florida (x1d)
    Love the red umbrella!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Oye Plage, France
    Pentax 645Z 28/45

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Oye Plage, France
    Pentax 645Z 28/45

    Nice, Michael! I learn a lot from you, thanks!

    In Wiki, I read up a little on Oye Plage. There was only a little history presented but it stated that the leaning tower was part of a distraction during World War II. Apparently that tower and other structures (these?) were built to draw attention of enemy bombers away from the town itself. Fascinating.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    GFX50(r), 100-200 + 1.4



    One from yesterday.

    The following text is for Dave

    Don´t look too much by its own, but between 1987 and 2013 it was an integral part of the worlds longest operating cable railway.
    It went operational in 1941 and was 41 km long.
    It was used to transport limestone from a quarry to a cement factory.
    Now most of it has been teared down. A few pylons remain where it passes a lake

    This link will show some of the pylons in the lake while it was still operating:

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...4lmaresund.jpg

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    Gaztelugatxe sunset, Spain

    A spectacular sunset on the Basque Country coasts at Gaztelugatxe, a location I love and one offering many compositions besides the famous church on the islet that everyone shots. Looking for personal, original composition is very important for me on both iconic and lesser known locations, such as this. 91 seconds of amazing light with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 45mm and Formatt Hitech Filters Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Nice, Michael! I learn a lot from you, thanks!

    In Wiki, I read up a little on Oye Plage. There was only a little history presented but it stated that the leaning tower was part of a distraction during World War II. Apparently that tower and other structures (these?) were built to draw attention of enemy bombers away from the town itself. Fascinating.
    Hi Dave, these are a series of bunkers on the beach as part of the Atlantic wall.
    This is the leaning tower more land inward.

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    Saint-Nazaire


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I love this shot! Please give us some BTS context...

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Very tall white pines in western New York. Skier included for scale. A beautiful place. GFXr, 32-64. Lighter then the 645Z, but I don't like the ergonomics.
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    Thank you, Pelorus, for your comment. This picture was taken in Saint-Nazaire Harbour which is well known for building cruise boats; this one was ready to leave the harbour for final tests before the real départure, the engines making this movement on the water. As it was quite early on the morning, the light was very interesting, and of course colours too...i was on a little bridge just in front of this monster using one old Mamiya sekor 45 mm 2,8 , a very good lens!! for this picture, the apperture was F11...
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    180 degrees of fun in Prague https://djessemay.com/gallery/prague/prague-color.html

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    Alpa 12 Plus • TC | Schneider 90N | Schneider 120N | Hasselblad X1D | XCD 21 | XCD 45 | XCD 90 | www.danlindberg.com
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    I ran across this looking for an image tonight, I believe it was my first trip with a medium format digital camera, the Hasselblad H2. The last medium format camera I had was in the late 70's to early 80's, a Mamiya 645.

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    River Wear...



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Or Zabriskie Point waiting for sunrise. This was on a getDPI workshop in 2012. The parking lot:





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    Simply just lazy Matt The rest of us were on the front slope way before that!

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    GFX50(r), 32-64

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    Lomard Street (San Fran)

    Pentax 645Z with 28-45mm DA lens @ 34mm

    [IMG]Lombard Street, San Francisco by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Simply just lazy Matt The rest of us were on the front slope way before that!

    (back in the day when Guy & Jack actually did workshops btw )
    As I recall, there WAS some guy in a tan photo vest in the middle of my shot...

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    This past May my oldest daughter and I made a road trip to the Grand Canyon and Yosemite. Just now getting around to spending some time with these images. This one was from the Grand Canyon while we were waiting on sunset. I struggled to find a way to photograph the Grand Canyon in which I found interesting, I guess it gives me a reason to go back.

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    With shots like that you don't need to go back, Greg!
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    Thank you Bill! I could never get a sense of what it was I wanted to convey, other than the vastness of it. I tried to use the restaurant in the upper right hand corner of the image to help convey the scale. I think the frustrating part was an image never really congealed in my mind, usually that's not my problem, usually executing my vision is my problem.

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    With shots like that you don't need to go back, Greg!
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    Sunrise over the Moray Firth, 1/500th and no filters ;-)



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    Ski trail to a lovely journey. W. New York. GFXr, 100-200.

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    Pentax 645Z 28-45
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    Men Ruz Lighthouse at Sunrise, Brittany, France

    All the northern coast of France is dotted with lighthouses. One of the most spectacular, for me, is the Phare de Mean Ruz (or Men Ruz). Its position, its setting and its construction are all extremely inspiring and photogenic, especially with rough seas and an explosive sky such as here. 1.4 seconds with my Hasselblad X1D II, Hasselblad XCD 30mm and Formatt Hitech Filters Firecrest Ultra Grad ND and ND filters.



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    Forêt de Helgoat


    2017-11-18 20-02-59 - L_019293 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr



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    X1D 45mm - It was cold....

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    Two trees stacked against each other. The front tree has moss and frost on it, the back one has autumn leaves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenfr View Post
    Two trees stacked against each other. The front tree has moss and frost on it, the back one has autumn leaves.
    Beautiful image Steven!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    The supermoon peeks through. GFX100, 250/4+1.4x



    It was hazy above the cloud layer, so not much contrast. The tight crop, OTOH, is still 12MP, so there’s that.

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    Been home sick with the flu today, so I went thru images to take my mind off of how I felt. I love going back thru images from past trips, it sort of takes me back there. This is definitely some place I want to go back to this fall.

    Cambo 1600 IQ3 100 32 Rodenstock

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    There are many more levels to the metaphorical inferno than the nine in Dante's. I accompanied my wife to a violin shop. A fascinating place with the appearance and decor one would expect for the display of classical instruments. The room behind the violin shop houses a guitar shop. Very much rock/folk oriented and its appearence is also appropriate. Prices range into Inferno levels in both. Fuji GFXr.
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    Looking up the escalator at the south side of the pedestrian tunnel which runs beneath the river Tyne in N E England. GFX50S + GF45mm:

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    Mark C's photo above reminds me of one I took nearly 60 years ago from inside a railway tunnel in South Devon. Shot with a Rollei TLR, copied with Phase 120 macro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    There are many more levels to the metaphorical inferno than the nine in Dante's. I accompanied my wife to a violin shop. A fascinating place with the appearance and decor one would expect for the display of classical instruments. The room behind the violin shop houses a guitar shop. Very much rock/folk oriented and its appearence is also appropriate. Prices range into Inferno levels in both. Fuji GFXr.
    Oh yes! I went cello shopping once. It seems that each new thing that an instrument can do well doubles its price. $5,000, it sounds nice. $10,000, it can sound nice in different ways. I played one note on an $80,000 cello and I felt like I had awakened Smaug. But these things get up into the price range of old Bugatti's. When a great instrument becomes available, almost no performer can afford it. So a bunch of the old farts decide which up-and-coming young virtuoso deserves a surprise Stradivarius. I'd love to be a fly on the wall when that happens.

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