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    Gairloch...



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    Pentax 645Z 28/45
    Oye-plage

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    Phase One XF / IQ4150 with a 120mm MF macro.
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    Phase One IQ4150 on a Cambo body with a Canon 24mm TS-E lens. Tilt used to extend the plane of focus.
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    Hasselblad 500CM, Sonnar 180/4, IQ1 60

    Backyard picture :-)
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    This is a "Fun with MF' post. Winter Sunrise is one of my favorite Ansel Adams' images. In fall 2018, I stopped at what must be almost the spot Adams set up his camera. My scene did not have a horse (or the dramatic light); however, I moved a horse from a few miles down the road into the scene. I did leave the LP on the left foreground hills, something Adams reportedly went to great pains to remove. I hope you are all well and have time to go through your archives.

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    Tom Wrote >>>"however, I moved a horse from a few miles down the road into the scene"<<<

    Tom, how did you move the horse?

    a) kindly asked him to mosey on down the road a few miles and promised him a bale of hay?

    b) told him you'd give him a gentle swift kick in the you know what, if he doesn't get moving?

    c) promised him a staring role in the next great western film if he followed you?

    d)...or simply jumped on his back and road bareback till you found the spot you needed him to pose?

    Since there was no "cut and paste" electronically in Ansel Adam's day, maybe he too used one of the options I listed, to get the horse into his scene. One never knows.

    Tom, after you wrote the line that way, all I can think about is your moving that horse down the road with camera gear and all else in tow.

    Other than that, a truly lovely image!

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    .....Tom, how did you move the horse?
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    Locals in Lone Pine are quite accustomed to movie productions, so I had to pay union wages. FWIW: below is the actual location of the horse.
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    Strolling around the yard today enjoying the early signs of springs. I hope everyone is doing ok!

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    X1D | Zeiss 120/5.6 S-Planar | f/5.6

    I'm working on achieving a more subtle effect, megapixels be damned - single shot, clarity slider @ zero, lighter touch on the S-curves. For better or worse, I expect to have more time to experiment while under lock down.

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    X1D | Zeiss 120/5.6 S-Planar | f/5.6

    I'm working on achieving a more subtle effect, megapixels be damned - single shot, clarity slider @ zero, lighter touch on the S-curves. For better or worse, I expect to have more time to experiment while under lock down.

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    However you did it, it is lovely.
    We are in our 80s, and are heavily advised to keep "social distance", so my wife and I spent the day at deserted spots here ( we live on a summer resort barrier island). I spent the day photographing in peaceful solitude. The bad news is our favorite watering holes are closed, so no "happy hour" with our retired friends. I too, got back to basics shooting images different than what I have been doing. Stay well.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by jng View Post
    Camellia

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    I'm working on achieving a more subtle effect, megapixels be damned - single shot, clarity slider @ zero, lighter touch on the S-curves. For better or worse, I expect to have more time to experiment while under lock down.

    John
    John,

    Life is sweeter on the simpler side of life!

    Personally, I cannot find much fun in chasing perfection, as in, well, you know what I mean. Art does not require perfection and the more I work towards the "perfect" image, the more I feel separated from the joy of art.

    Impressionist art has always been my favorite ever since I took my first art course in university, many years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    However you did it, it is lovely.
    We are in our 80s, and are heavily advised to keep "social distance", so my wife and I spent the day at deserted spots here ( we live on a summer resort barrier island). I spent the day photographing in peaceful solitude. The bad news is our favorite watering holes are closed, so no "happy hour" with our retired friends. I too, got back to basics shooting images different than what I have been doing. Stay well.
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    Thanks for your kind words, Dave. We're just getting through our first week of isolation here in the SF Bay area. Instead of chasing big sunsets I'll return to a project I started last year on floral portraits and see how it goes. Plus some cat pics. Gotta have cat pics to relieve the stress. Social distancing is important not only to stay healthy yourself but to tamp down the rate of infection. Last night I shared drinks virtually (using Zoom) with two good friends with whom I often go out for a quick drink at the end of the day. We were together, just not all in the same room. But it was comforting to just banter as we usually do about work, family or nothing at all; claiming some semblance of normalcy out of the chaos felt good. Plus no one got in trouble for getting home late! Other friends of ours congregated on their street for happy hour, with plenty more than 6 feet between families. Creativity and the human spirit will get us through this. Be well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    John,

    Life is sweeter on the simpler side of life!

    Personally, I cannot find much fun in chasing perfection, as in, well, you know what I mean. Art does not require perfection and the more I work towards the "perfect" image, the more I feel separated from the joy of art.

    Impressionist art has always been my favorite ever since I took my first art course in university, many years ago.
    Hi Dave,

    Thanks for your thoughts. I fully agree! While my technique is far from perfect, I was recently motivated by a few other photographers' work to focus more on composition so I'd hopefully have something more interesting to show for the effort.

    Hope you're managing OK during these turbulent times.

    John

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    Loch Maree...



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    GFX100|110/2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Stocks View Post
    Phase One IQ4150 on a Cambo body with a Canon 24mm TS-E lens. Tilt used to extend the plane of focus.
    Minus the vegetation, this image reminds me of the early images taken by the Opportunity rover on Mars.
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    With the Fuji GFX100, 23mm F/4, handheld

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    110/2 and wiffy after her morning swim.
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    goutte


    L_010582 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    As almost everyone else on this planet, my wife and I are pretty much confined to our home.
    After spending yesterday weeding out my flat file of printed images that in retrospect were really not too good; I spent today looking at images that I took in 2016. Attached are two from NYC that I took in front of a vacant window of Barney’s department store on 5th Avenue
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    Signs of spring in the back yard.



    That's a crop from the center of the frame as shown here:



    Next, I tried the 1.7x TC. Here's the full frame of that shot. Please excuse the WB difference.



    Just playing around in these days of self-isolation and social distancing.

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    Enys Dodnan Arch at sunset

    Photographing Cornwall feels like working between land, sea and sky - almost like working where land ends. This is never more true than while photographing Cornwall's Land's End, when looking towards the ocean you know that the next patch of land is Newfoundland. Enys Dodnan Arch at sunset, 45 seconds with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 21mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Signs of spring in the back yard.


    That's a crop from the center of the frame as shown here:



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    This is a kind of "behind the scenes" we don't often see - intermediate steps. Nice!

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    In keeping with the "crop 'til you drop" theme, here's another from today. The X1D II is not made for this kind of stuff.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Just playing around in these days of self-isolation and social distancing.

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    Not sure social distancing applies to flora. You can go out and talk to the trees, Joe...

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    Melbourne Docklands

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    Bolte Bridge

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    Pentax 645Z with 90mm DFA lens
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    colors of spring










    se006 & -makro-summarit-s 120
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    colors of spring










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    Trebarwith Strand, North Cornwall, With the GFX100 and 23 mm, 1/30 sec, F/16, ISO100

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    Fuji GFX50R + Leica 90mm APO Summicron-M ASPH @f2/0
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    Loch Maree...



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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Morning

    Dull flat light means this was nothing more than a quick reference shot but such a beautiful location, amazing limestone mountains fading in to the distance. Not a good time of year to photograph here as it's generally overcast, dull and foggy all the time but hope to get some decent light before I leave here.



    Maybe black and white is a little more interesting, maybe not!

    Was that northern Vietnam?
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    Ephemère


    L_010621 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr



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    Why worry about being stuck at home when you can watch wild elephants on your lawn! GFX50S + GF250mm:

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    Given the need for social isolation I decided to play with light painting some of our most valuable collectibles starting with rare and hard-to-find specimen. It was only out of the safe long enough to a quick photo.

    Phase One XF / IQ4150. Light provided by a single LED flashlight.
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    In the midst of a global pandemic a new hero emerges and we all sing a little song to enhance its effectiveness.

    Phase One IQ4150, Cambo body with a Canon 24mm TS-E lens. Light from an LED light wand and a LumeCube.
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    Quote Originally Posted by huyu View Post
    Was that northern Vietnam?
    Nice capture btw
    Thanks, yes, well central really, Phong Nha or just outside it if I remember correctly.

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    Colors of spring (left to right, poplar, pine, oak).

    Playing with CFV II 50C and 503CW. Finally I managed to get the latter off the shelf above my computer and use it.



    Behind the scene:



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    March 27 2020 Venice California
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    This seems likely to be the last photo trip I will make until the pandemic has passed, as my family and I are going into lock-down for all but essential trips.

    Norah Head lighthouse in New South Wales, seen from Soldiers Beach.
    Pentax 645Z with 28-45mm lens @ 45mm

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    Lesnewth, Cornwall. GFX100, 32-64mm at 32mm, F/16, 2.6sec, ISO100



    I have used Spectrum Photographic in Brighton, England, to print my larger images that are intended for display for years. I use their DuroSpec reverse Perspex lamination borderless mount system. Very expensive, but archival and highly recommended. Other options and suppliers are available, as they say .They do a good job and I'm not paid tp represent them, I just like them
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    As everybody, I am confined at home and I can't go in the field to take shots of insects on the wing, my passion. But I am pleased to discover that insects are visiting me at home, like this small speckled wood butterfly.

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    Reliving wonderful experiences while reviewing old hard drives.
    This image is from Arcadia National Park in Bar Harbor, Me.
    I shared this image yesterday with a friend in Rancho Mirage, Ca. Yesterday and she asked me to bring her a few boulders when my wife and I visit them when this scourge is over
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    Haasy x1 "Hızırşah"
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    At our age, we have taken the virus recommendations very seriously, but you really get cabin fever. We have taken to getting in our car and going to outdoor spots that are deserted. We started out going to Viking Village. We saw only one person at the normally busy seaport. All boats were in port. I made photos of course. We then went to the Barnegat Light beach. I think the distance from the street end to the ocean must be a half mile at least. Enormous dunes. Again, empty and I made more photos---will show them after I have processed them. Later that week we went to the mainland and the two Dock Roads, and Seven Bridges Road. Again....deserted and more photos which I have not processed yet. Will post when finished. These shots may not be "portfolio Grade", but they keep an 83 year old busy!
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