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    I really enjoyed these last two images of yours. They would make interesting prints. Congrats.

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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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    Originally this was just a way to entertain myself during this period of social isolation.

    Now I think of myself as the artist-in-residence.

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    Since we are staying home, I did not have to go far for this sunset, taken from our deck several nights ago. GFX 50R, 32-64mm at 46mm f8 ISO 400. Normally I would use several shots HDR, but I did not have my tripod handy (in my car trunk). Instead, I had to separate the sky, water and foreground, put them on their own layers, and use adjustment layers separately on each. Thanks for looking
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    Took the X1D for a spin for the first time in forever. The current situation makes shooting more challenging so I thought I’d get back to my abstraction series....from my front yard

    X1D, 90mm XCD, little stopper, somewhere around f9-11 and 1.5 s shutter.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I think being locked down is good for our creativity!! Some great shots recently...

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    Loch Maree...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelorus View Post
    I think being locked down is good for our creativity!! Some great shots recently...
    Essay published last week in The Point magazine said "There is liberation in this suspension of more or less everything".
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    Using the willow tripod, eh?

    What a compelling image!

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    Another shot of the Luvuvhu River - without the elephants! Kruger National Park.

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    The Supreme Court of Singapore. Fujifilm GFX100 with GF23. ISO3200, f/4 at 1/17s, hand held. Perspective is controlled in C1. Foreground cropped.

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    The sky was busy last night with Venus nestled against The Pleiades as the International Space Station flew past.

    Photographed with an IQ4150 on a Cambo body with a Canon lens mount adapter. SkyWatcher 8 Newtonian (800mm focal length) on a Celestron A-VX mount.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Stocks View Post
    The sky was busy last night with Venus nestled against The Pleiades as the International Space Station flew past.

    Photographed with an IQ4150 on a Cambo body with a Canon lens mount adapter. SkyWatcher 8 Newtonian (800mm focal length) on a Celestron A-VX mount.
    WOW! I had no idea Venus ever whacked into M 45.

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    ... Tulips ...

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    Sunset.

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    April sun is a welcome sight.



    @ F/8



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    Another one from yesterday. I never experimented with the 2xE converter before, it was just sitting in my bag. 700mm are a real challenge to keep steady. I figured that it is impossible to keep it stable with just two point support, so I went for three points, but fixed to the same Gitzo series 5 tripod. Next time, I'll take a monopod as addition, just in case. The quality is quite OK I think - I am still in the process to think whether the 1.4 APO teleconverter is worth its money.

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    Desert elephants of Namibia - smaller than those of other parts of Africa and more brown than grey.

    XF.150/150mm.
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    In the fynbos of the Western Cape, SA. xf/150/55mm

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    More fun with abstracts and the tree in my front yard

    X1D, 90mm XCD, little stopper

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    Hope you aren't bored yet from my evening walks.

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    Spain, febr. 2020. GFX 100, 120 mm Fuji.
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    One more from Spain with the 120 mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenfr View Post
    I really enjoyed these last two images of yours. They would make interesting prints. Congrats.
    Thanks! I had posted the first of these some time ago in BW, but in color (+ everyone in isolation) these seem to be better. I look forward to printing them again, this time in color.

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    From Sea Ranch in Calif.

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    Love this shot, Shashin! Full of energy and excellent use of the colour palette within the shot. Mesmerising...

    The motion blur looks interesting - like a complex mixture of different types of movement. My best guess is that the camera was rotated horizontally (though bouncily so - not smoothly) while the branches of the tree were simultaneously moving up and down a little in the wind. Is that correct? Care to share anything else about the method that went into the shot, technical details, etc.?

    However you did it - love the results!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Love this shot, Shashin! Full of energy and excellent use of the colour palette within the shot. Mesmerising...

    The motion blur looks interesting - like a complex mixture of different types of movement. My best guess is that the camera was rotated horizontally (though bouncily so - not smoothly) while the branches of the tree were simultaneously moving up and down a little in the wind. Is that correct? Care to share anything else about the method that went into the shot, technical details, etc.?

    However you did it - love the results!

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    It is amazing, isn't it?

    My guess would be moving past the tree and keeping the camera aimed at the trunk. The trunk and the two small trees next to it are not very motion blurred. Anything closer or further away is.

    But this is far the most beautiful image of that type I've seen (whatever the technique used)!

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    Elvers nets, downeast Maine
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Love this shot, Shashin! Full of energy and excellent use of the colour palette within the shot. Mesmerising...

    The motion blur looks interesting - like a complex mixture of different types of movement. My best guess is that the camera was rotated horizontally (though bouncily so - not smoothly) while the branches of the tree were simultaneously moving up and down a little in the wind. Is that correct? Care to share anything else about the method that went into the shot, technical details, etc.?

    However you did it - love the results!

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    Thank you. Your comments are very much appreciated.

    As Matt pointed out, this is taken from a moving car (30-45 mph) with an ND filter. The differential in the blurring is caused by motion parallax. The trick is aiming at a single point (the trunk in this case) and keeping the camera vertical, as well as your hands on the wheel and an eye on the road--OK, the last part is not correct (my wife was driving). Composition, as you can imagine, comes with luck and patience (and hopefully smooth roads). The images will be very flat, but once you adjust contrast in post, the colors come back very well.
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    I hope everyone is well!

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    Dead Vlei, Namibia. XF/150/55mm

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    iirc, something like every 8 years. I used to photograph it on film

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    Castro de Las Gaviotas at sunrise

    Looking like a pair of giant legs, Castro de Las Gaviotas is a truly imposing and impressive sea arch. 25 seconds of exposure at sunrise with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 30mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters. I can't wait for us all to be able to travel again freely, and to go back to Asturias, in Spain, at the end of September!



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    Nice one! I suppose you added the vignetting in post?
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    GFX 100, 120 mm Fuji.

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    GFX 100, 120 mm Fuji.

    Just scrolled down enough to eliminate the boat on my screen. It leaves a pretty much square image. Quite the abstract.

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    Chair in late afternoon light photographed on a visit to Provence in 2012
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    I noticed this lovely camellia while wandering around the garden yesterday afternoon...

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    Sultan Mosque, Singapore at blue hour. Fujifilm GFX100 with GF23. Perspective control partially corrected in C1 and slightly cropped.


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Hello

    As everybody here, we are keeping busy in a confined space.

    My wife buys flowers so I shot these the other day

    IQ4150 Achro, 90mm Rodenstock, Arca Swiss metric F camera, of course on tripod. Natural lighting

    Was not sure where to place, Achro, Tech, Med Format so I went for medium format and here we are.

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    Nice one Phil...not sure if you have shown it elsewhere, but could you show your setup? Do you know the magnification of the image?

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    As everybody here, we are keeping busy in a confined space.

    My wife buys flowers so I shot these the other day

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    Meet & Greet - mother comes home to her cubs. Ovanga, Namibia. XF/150/240 mm/

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    One of my least used lenses is a Canon EF 15mm fisheye. I bought it back in the film days and have taken it out and snapped a few images now and then and then put it back in the drawer. Since I now have the Techart adapter, I was curious to try it on the GFX 100 to see how it coped with the larger, high resolution sensor. To my surprise there is no vignetting, just a moderate sharpness loss and increased CA at the edges. F8-11 seems to bring the best performance. With the larger sensor it becomes even more "fishy", so one has to be careful not to include part of the photographer in the picture. AF is a bit hit and miss (mostly), MF seems to be the way to go.
    The real problem with this lens (or any fisheye) for me is rather to find subjects that lend themselves to the fisheye treatment.
    Here are a couple of shots to give an indication of how it looks on the GFX 100.




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    Re: Fun with MF images

    More abstract/motion blur fun with the tree in my front yard.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBrew View Post
    Greg, happy to see your post. Your name came to mind after the tornado. Glad you made it OK.
    Thank you John! Looking at the damage it is amazing no one died, had it not been for all the businesses closed due to the coronavirus I think the outcome would have been much different. We had significant damage to a commercial property, but no one was hurt.

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