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    nice shot

    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    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!
    Fugi GFX 50R 32-64mm lens at 42mm f11 ISO 400.
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    Balmoral Beach, Sydney NSW

    A shot taken a couple of years ago, which I only just found time to finish editing.

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    magnolia with gfx100 and C645 140mm @F2.8, iso400 i think
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    503CW with 120 Makro, probably
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Stocks View Post
    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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    Loch Maree...



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    Note the title--sign of the times.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Taking lots of hikes in the forest lately. Forest floor after heavy rain. Pine boughs, twigs, Beech leaves compressed by recently departed snow cover. The water surface just above the leaves has a fascinating texture.

    _DSF8693 copy 2 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cemal Emden View Post
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    Another one from Melbourne's Docklands

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    Well, I'm back! Kinda missed this community over the last six weeks!

    The Namibian desert, XF/150/240mm.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Well, I'm back! Kinda missed this community over the last six weeks!

    The Namibian desert, XF/150/240mm.
    Very nice, I trust you had a pleasant journey. Your trip timing was perfect, maybe a little too close for the return; did you have difficulty returning to Canada? My timing not so good. My wife and I intended to be in the Texas hill country in our camper at this date and we had to cancel a camper van reservation in Scotland at the end of April. I had always thought I didn't organize my photo files because I didn't have the time, now I know there is some other reason.
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    Sorry to hear your trip scuppered, Tom. We only just got out of South Africa three hours before the country went into total lockdown. Now we're quarantined at home for 14 days but we're well and the wine cellar is stocked. And I have hundreds of images to edit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cemal Emden View Post
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    Superb image - love the tones and the mood

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Well, I'm back! Kinda missed this community over the last six weeks!

    The Namibian desert, XF/150/240mm.
    Welcome back, Bill! Nice to see your smiling face again and to know that you're safe...
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    Bill, glad to hear of your safe return and am looking forward like many others here in viewing your wonderful images from your latest adventure. Good to have you back!

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    Early Sunday AM. A bog an hour out of town, park closed, no one there. Credo 60, 60mm Schneider.

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    After a few months with my IP being locked out, I am back with some more MF photographs...this one taken during a solo walk, we are not locked down in Singapore, and only practice social distancing.

    I forget to note the species of the orchid, perhaps an expert might be able to identify it.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I had always thought I didn't organize my photo files because I didn't have the time, now I know there is some other reason.
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    Lion cubs, Namibia. XF/150/240mm.

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    Tulips in Monochrome

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    Dune 45, Namibia. XF/150/150mm.
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    In keeping with the orders to stay isolated (we are 80 and 83 years of age---"the elderly"), we have been going to deserted places to photograph. We went to the mainland to both Dock Rds and 7 Bridges Rd. Here are two images. Both made with a Fuji GFX 50R, 32-64mm lens. Thanks for looking
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Dune 45, Namibia. XF/150/150mm.

    Smashing, Bill. Love the graphic nature of the image, the sense of scale, the colours. The simultaneous sense of a fleeting moment being grabbed but also timelessness...
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    Phase One XT with 32mm Digaron.

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    Another from Namibia. XF/150/150 mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by siddhaarta View Post
    Tulips in Monochrome

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    Lovely bw conversion. The tonal range is quite pleasing.
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    GFX 50(r) 32-64

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    Time for some backyard flowers.

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    My oldest grandson took this image last night in from of the Boston Public Library. Unfortunately the jpg. conversation reduces the saturation of the highlight colors!
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    Just before my ancient H3D body gone faulty yesterday!Click image for larger version. 

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    Another recent photo in keeping with our photo trips to deserted places, where social contact is not an issue. This one at Barnegat Light(NJ) beach . GFX 50R 32-64mm lens.
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    The long cross


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    Hope everybody is well especially in New York city. Stay safe!
    We are staying home a lot and no traveling.
    From better times but my streets were mostly empty before, now I would like to see some more people.

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    Another recent shot on our deserted beach. Doing my thing with abstract fences and shadows.... a holdover from my Black and White film days. GFX 50R with 32-64mm lens at 64mm f16 ISO 400. Converted to B&W with Silver Efex Pro, slight blue toner to attempt the look of Kodak Gold (blue) toner of my youth.
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    Such great images are shared here, and I think it is vital, in these gruesome times, that we continue to post, inspire, educate, uplift, entertain and engage with as many visitors as possible. I visit here because I get energised by the experience. Keep it up!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    In the times of social distancing and quaratine I decided to find out , what I have shot MF DIGITAL since I started off with HB CFV16 (unfortunately sold many years ago) . Next was CFV39 and CFV50 . I am still very pleased with these backs .

    Here is a shot with HB 503CW + CFV50 + 180mm CFE .

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    from a while back... A 47mm lens and a Leaf 7.

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    Great image Goeff . Love it .

    What kind of plant is that ? ? ?
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    Great image Goeff . Love it .

    What kind of plant is that ? ? ?
    Indeed a great image, to me it looks like a delayed coker in an oil-refinery but I might be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    from a while back... A 47mm lens and a Leaf 7.

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    Can't stop looking at it . Its exactly my beloved and preferred photo motive .
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    Traveling on the down escalator, I grabbed this shot, a la street photography style - run and gun. With the Fujifilm GFX100 with the GF50mm attached, slightly cropped.

    Showing the sign of the times. Eateries are required to have seats which are marked out where it is not to be occupied, to ensure physical distancing. This is a food court which is usually very busy during meal times, with queues for a seat. But when I took this photograph at about 7pm, it was only less than half full.

    Things change fast though. This was last evening. Today, our Government announced that from next Tuesday, restaurants, coffee shops, and other eateries will only be allowed to sell takeaways, and no in-house dining is allowed.


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    In the times of social distancing and quaratine I decided to find out , what I have shot MF DIGITAL since I started off with HB CFV16 (unfortunately sold many years ago) . Next was CFV39 and CFV50 . I am still very pleased with these backs .

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    Lovely composition and color!

    I've always had a soft spot for standpipes. Leica S(006) S120/2.5 Macro. Sometime in 2016.



    And a VERY tight crop - is it a cat pic? Is it a selfie? It's two clichés in one! Leica S(007) S120/2.5 Macro. Sometime in 2018.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Crossing the Luvuvhu river (a tributary of Kipling's great grey-green greasy Limpopo River) Kruger National Park. XF/150/240 mm.

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    Thanks for kind thoughts. Here's another, formally not so balanced, but with the perspective - its a scene.

    I think these are of a refinery - they are tucked away on the far south side of Chicago, rarely seen or known. Its not possible to linger...

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    Seljialandsfoss at sunrise

    Seljalandsfoss is just an amazing place to photograph, especially at sunrise when nobody is there and you have the place all for yourself. It's not easy to keep your filters clean, but the results are worth the pain.*2 seconds of exposure with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 21mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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