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    Trying to think outside of the box, I put a rose in a box!
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    Gfx50(r), 100-200



    Monday´s sunset, the tail end of yet another storm invented by the Brits..

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    yet another storm invented by the Brits..
    Got to keep you on your toes Ray!
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    Flag football begins in Florida on a drizzly day.

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    Evening walk - just another summer thunderstorm coming in from the SouthEast - caused a bit of mayhem last night

    and just another bloke watching it come in..

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    That was quite a night, wasn't it Pete? Sadly, I was at home with the sleeping kids (and my wife was away), so I couldn't go out storm chasing. I just sat in my upstairs bedroom with the lights off and watched the show as the whole area went through the wringer. There were surprisingly few lighting bolts that reached beneath the clouds, so I felt I got off lightly by missing the shoot. But it was something else... Major flashes in the sky every couple of seconds for over an hour. Followed by winds that battered the house like we were sitting inside a jet engine. And then it was gone, very suddenly.

    And (re. your latest shot above), nice to see Manly Lagoon completely open at Queenscliff, like a little river delta (instead of the lagoon holding onto its oil and muck for months on end!).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    That was quite a night, wasn't it Pete? Sadly, I was at home with the sleeping kids (and my wife was away), so I couldn't go out storm chasing. I just sat in my upstairs bedroom with the lights off and watched the show as the whole area went through the wringer. There were surprisingly few lighting bolts that reached beneath the clouds, so I felt I got off lightly by missing the shoot. But it was something else... Major flashes in the sky every couple of seconds for over an hour. Followed by winds that battered the house like we were sitting inside a jet engine. And then it was gone, very suddenly.

    And (re. your latest shot above), nice to see Manly Lagoon completely open at Queenscliff, like a little river delta (instead of the lagoon holding onto its oil and muck for months on end!).
    Hi Ed ( you must know the area) yes it was a magnificent show of lightning - followed by very strong winds and rain it has been a wild weather summer this year a bit of a write off since the fires made the outside unbearable and then the storms combined with the 2.5meter King Tide - came and washed away most of Queenscliff beach and half the sand down to North Manly Club House. The lagoon is now very open and all the muck is washing into the beach area and away...beach seems to be permanently closed to swimming atm ...and I cant be bothered going out on the longboard - very crowded atm.

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    A night shot with a lot of moving parts. The biggest challenge was getting the right geometry to align the model's hand with the north star. Enjoy with or without the 90 minutes of star trails.

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    Another still life
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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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    Fuji GFXr using a 1960s 50mm f/1.4 Super Takumar. Many of the old Pentax 35mm lenses offer good coverage on the sensor and have a lovely rendering. This was shot @f1.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Stocks View Post
    A night shot with a lot of moving parts. The biggest challenge was getting the right geometry to align the model's hand with the north star. Enjoy with or without the 90 minutes of star trails.

    Phase One IQ4150 on a Cambo body with Canon 24mm TSE.
    Simply awesome! Thanks for sharing.
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    Etretat's cliff, Normandy, at sunset

    The stunning cliffs at Etretat, Normandy. 24 seconds of exposure at sunset with my Hasselblad X1D II, Hasselblad XCD 30mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    X1D II with 90mm XCD lens at f/16. My favorite barnyard cat.


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    Red vase
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    Fuji GFXr using a 1960s 50mm f/1.4 Super Takumar. Many of the old Pentax 35mm lenses offer good coverage on the sensor and have a lovely rendering. This was shot @f1.4

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    Very beautiful rendering and composition Tom!
    Love the color! ❤️

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    Some views of the Moray Firth, taken from about the same location (just outside my house)







    All Leica S(007) with 120mm APO macro

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    Some views of the Moray Firth, taken from about the same location (just outside my house)







    All Leica S(007) with 120mm APO macro

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    Last week I did a requested workshop on the creative process. I used the below image as an example. It is a 360 degree view of the Swiss alps. The left edge and the right edge are the same point. To the left is Wetterhorn, Monte Rosa is in the middle and the Matterhorn is to the right.

    The participant reaction was priceless, as in stop breathing. Contributing to that was the immense about of detail, which is unfortunately not visible in a web version. There is a person standing on hill about a third of the way from the left. This person is identifiable (I hope I do not need a model release). https://djessemay.com/new-images/140...0-degrees.html


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    Re: Etretat's cliff, Normandy, at sunset

    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    The stunning cliffs at Etretat, Normandy. 24 seconds of exposure at sunset with my Hasselblad X1D II, Hasselblad XCD 30mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.

    Thank you for viewing, best regards

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    Vieri, that's stunning. Your photos continue to amaze. Thanks for sharing.

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    Very beautiful rendering and composition Tom!
    Love the color! ❤️

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    Thanks Darr. Many older lenses may not have the MTF curves of modern lenses, but they do have a wonderful rendering, something you clearly appreciate based on many of your lovely photos. Perhaps lens designers paid more attention to less quantitative aspects of lens design in the past.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Thanks Darr. Many older lenses may not have the MTF curves of modern lenses, but they do have a wonderful rendering, something you clearly appreciate based on many of your lovely photos. Perhaps lens designers paid more attention to less quantitative aspects of lens design in the past.
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    I absolutely agree!

    I favor lenses with personality over clinical sharpness these days. But, it also depends on what I am shooting. It is such a great time to be a photographer with so many options for a unique look found stashed away in our closets.

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    GFX50S + GF23mm:

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Got to keep you on your toes Ray!
    It is not as much of "on your toes" as it is flat on my back when i visit the coast...
    Third storm now in so many weeks, the west part of Sweden is getting close to a 50 year high regarding water levels in some of the rivers.

    But it does produce some "dynamic" sunsets now and then.

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    'Are you ready for some football?'
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    Third storm now in so many weeks
    Yep, we have lots of flooding despite new flood defences being built, lots of folk waking up to flooded homes for the 3rd time in just a few years in another "once in a hundred year" flood. And some are still in denial over climate change!
    (and we have more weather warnings today for rain and snow!).
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    And some are still in denial over climate change!
    (and we have more weather warnings today for rain and snow!).
    And from my experience many are realizing that building in historical flood plains or removing natural drainage with concrete/asphalt isn’t so smart either ... ditto here in the US.

    My sympathies for those historic locations being affected though.

    As a Brit who has watched this develop over the last four decades and who lived in flood prone East Anglia where, guess what, the old houses we built or relocated out of the flood plains!
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    Yes, even places that have never historically had a flood problem are being affected!
    Sorry to go off topic!

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    Ponderosa Pine and sunset. Phase One XF IQ4 150 camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Vieri, that's stunning. Your photos continue to amaze. Thanks for sharing.

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    Hey Joe, thank you very much indeed for your kind comment, that's really much appreciated Best regards,

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    Saw this on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach Florida today while I happened to have my camera and tripod with me
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    ...another "once in a hundred year" flood. .
    As a Certified Floodplain Manager (yes, there really is such a thing), a one-hundred-year floodplain does not mean it floods on average once every hundred years. That that means is there is an annual 1% of flooding (the reciprocal of 100). That does not seem like much, but if you have a 30-year mortgage on a home in that floodplain, you have approximately a 1 in 4 chance of that flooding (at least once) over the course of that mortgage. Basically, do not buy a home in a floodplain--the odds are not good. For those in the USA, if you want to know if your home is in a floodplain, go here: https://msc.fema.gov/portal/home

    And one note on flood maps: they are made from historical data. That means with climate change those maps are underestimating risk (assuming they are accurate from the get go).

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    pilings, reflections, fog
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    X1D II with XCD 45mm lens at f/11.


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    Houhai lake in Beijing
    I wasn't allowed to go up to the water front, maybe the water was contaminated with the covid virus?, but from this bridge on the side it was also a nice view nonetheless!

    GFX100 + TS-E 50mm, slightly shifted upwards
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    I think I have photographed the Matterhorn over one hundred times in different seasons, weather and locations. Most of the images are with either large format film cameras or medium format digital cameras (this example). I doubt the work will ever be complete. https://djessemay.com/new-images/146...rn-awakes.html


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    X1D II with 30mm XCD prime lens at f/16.

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    GFX50r + Leica 90mm APO Summicron-M ASPH

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    Spring Has Sprung




    CAMBO WIDE + Schneider 65/5.6 Super Angulon + CFV-50c



    We have a beautiful lake and park at our local library, and I go there for books and to test cameras. Today I tested an old Cambo Wide 650. I bought it to take on road trips for shooting panoramas with film, hoping it was lighter and more portable than my Linhof MT, which it is. I grabbed my digital back to see what it could do with the old lens. This is a ten stitched image (over 90" wide) and looks better when not shrunk. The only way the digital back will orient on this Cambo is in vertical position, so I guess it was made for pano stitching. It was a bit breezy so the spanish moss is blowing around, but overall the image is sharp. Spring has arrived in Tallahassee. Hoping great weather for you wherever you are.

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    GFX50r + Leica 90mm APO Summicron-M ASPH

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    Went to do a location scout for a potential portrait, got distracted by all the lines in the snow drifts, this is my pick out of the set.
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    Burnt trees and some serious fog.
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    Early morning in central park with the S-E 006 & APO-Macro-Summarit-S 120
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    Zion from last year. I like this and keep working on it, but find it lacking. Still, it was a beautiful scene.
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    Lovely Darr, but no springing here in W. NY - blizzard warning (not joking)!
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