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    Re: Fun with MF images

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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?
    Hi

    The setup is an Arca Swiss F Metric with a Rodenstock 90mm and a Phase IQ 4150 Achromatic back.

    It is photo stacked about 24 images, I used Helicon Focus

    I shot at about f8 1.6 sec was the shutter speed, I took a test frame and adjusted. Used electronic shutter, with cable release.

    For magnification, well I shot from about 2 - 3 feet away - so as to fill the frame - there was no cropping, one of the great things about both a tech and especially the Arca View camera is you can frame exactly like you want. Also the view camera is great for photo stacking,

    Here is what it looks like,

    Goes on a RRS tripod with a Arca Swiss Cube

    Still playing with more lenses and flowers - a safe thing to do these days

    Let me know if I forgot to mention something

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Rose Island Light House at sunset
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    On previous safaris I've taken DSLRs and long white lenses. This time I elected to go with the MF because I'm more interested in showing landscapes with animals in them, rather than close-up telephoto shots which could be taken in a zoo. in fact, I gave up nothing using the MF because a 150 mpx back allows so much cropping that you have the best of both worlds.The second shot is a crop of the first at 100%.

    Londolozi Private Nature Reserve, SA. Phase One XF/150/240 mm. (Which I've found to be an outstanding lens. - sharp as a whisker one might say!)

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    I got up before dawn this morning hoping to catch the waning almost-full moon as it set over the ocean behind the Golden Gate Bridge. Alas with thick cloud cover this was not meant to be. However while prepping my gear last night, I took a quick peak outside and then ran up the street to catch the moon just as it rose over the tree tops.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I've been spending more time hiking in the forest than I normally would. I'm not sure why I find the attached image intriguing, it's certainly not what I would typically consider a classic photographic view of the forest. Maybe an effect of social distancing.

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    Tom, my interpretation is maybe the intriguing nature of your image is the close proximity of each tree to the others (with their small limbs extending out to touch others). It is the antithesis of social distancing, representing the longing for the days prior to the present day situation.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    .............With apologies for posting a cat picture.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    [QUOTE=Bill Caulfeild-Browne;815398]On previous safaris I've taken DSLRs and long white lenses. This time I elected to go with the MF because I'm more interested in showing landscapes with animals in them, rather than close-up telephoto shots which could be taken in a zoo. in fact, I gave up nothing using the MF because a 150 mpx back allows so much cropping that you have the best of both worlds.The second shot is a crop of the first at 100%.

    Londolozi Private Nature Reserve, SA. Phase One XF/150/240 mm. (Which I've found to be an outstanding lens. - sharp as a whisker one might say!)

    With apologies for posting a cat picture.




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    Nice one! I suppose you added the vignetting in post?
    thanks and yes, vignetting was done in post.
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    Ovanga, Namibia xf/150/150 mm.

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    Gairloch pastels...



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    From last autumn in the Smoky Mountains. This image was taken at dusk. Phase One XF IQ4 150 camera.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    My attempt at an abstract.....Namibia, XF/150/150mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    My attempt at an abstract.....Namibia, XF/150/150mm.

    You succeeded!!!

    That would print up nicely.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    My attempt at an abstract.....Namibia, XF/150/150mm.

    Suitably terrifying! I'm trying to imagine a circumstance where that isn't titled "Bill's Last Photograph". What was between you and it?

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    just outside our house - Rollei with 150 f 4.6 on bellows, Credo 60.

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    Arcadia National Park...Bar Harbor, Me
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    Cocktail hour around the watering hole. Londolozi, SA.

    XF/150/150mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Suitably terrifying! I'm trying to imagine a circumstance where that isn't titled "Bill's Last Photograph". What was between you and it?

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quick comparisons between two medium format cameras and wide angle lenses.

    The first image is the Fujifulm GFX100 with GF23. ISO 100 f/4, 1/550s. Second image is Hasselblad H3D-39 with HCD28. ISO 100 f/4, 1/500s. Both exposures set manually after metering with the built-in meters of the cameras by spot metering on the bright part of the leaves.

    The tripod was not moved between shots.

    I note that the Fujifilm GFX100 with GF23 coverage is wider than the Hasselblad combo. This is clear in the amount of retaining wall on the extreme right...quite a bit more is visible than on the H.

    Colours a bit on the brighter side, more punchy than the H colours. But this is a jpeg image processed in-camera on the GFX. I know, I am lazy and originally intended to just compare the angle of view. And the H does not produce a jpeg in-camera, so is a quick process through Phocus into jpeg.

    Image resolution is fabulous. At 100%, chairs in the balcony in the tall buildings (D'Leedon) in the background is clearly defined.

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    In the Hasselblad image, the lines are very straight, even at the edges, see extreme left of the edges of the balcony. Colours from this old CCD sensor is spot on.

    Even though there is a large mis-match between resolutions, the H3D has only 39 Mp, very little difference in details resolved. I also note that though smaller in pixel count, the H3D sensor is larger, measuring 48mm x 36mm vs the 44 x 33 of the GFX. Of course at 100% pixel peep the GFX100 images are much larger, and more detailed, but reduced the same size, hardly any difference.


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    Loch Maree...



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    Alan, I really like your work! I don't think you've posted a shot yet that I haven't liked. Please keep inspiring me.
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    Thank's so much for the kind words Bill, it's is very rewarding to be acknowledged by your peers.
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    I found this little fellow crawling around on my rose. Phase One XF/IQ4150, 120 mm macro.
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    A little bit of fun with MF - Happy Easter!

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    Two more recent photos taken in deserted places on the NJ southern shore where we live. GFX 50R, 23mm lens.
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    I hope everyone is safe and well!

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    shots from a bog . Schneider 60, Credo 60, Iso 50.

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    Or in color?

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    Hi there,

    long-term lurker first-time poster here

    My main cameras are a Fuji X-T3 and Nikon D700, but I have been shooting 6x6 and 6x9 film in parallel. Late last year, I finally purchased an old Hasselblad H3Dii-39. Didn't have the chance to do some 'serious' shooting with it yet, but so far I love this camera: its limitations that I have to work around and especially the files -I've never seen colors and contrast that look so natural out of the box

    Here are a few of my first images with the 'blad - nothing spectacular, but I like them

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    Haaselblad X1
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    Kruger NP, South Africa. XF-150/150mm

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    Kruger NP, south Africa. XF-150/150mm
    Looks like an old print, nicely done
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    Anu51309 2 by Oamkumar Thottungal, on Flickr

    Hope everyone is safe during this coronavirus crisis. We are also staying indoors, due to the lockdown situation in our country, so I thought of doing some photography in our garden to while away the boredom. My daughter agreed to be the model in this picture. The camera used is PhaseOne DF+, Leaf Credo60, SK 150mm f3.5 LS. Lights used are Godox 600 and Elinchrom 2400
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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Quick comparisons between two medium format cameras and wide angle lenses.

    The first image is the Fujifulm GFX100 with GF23. ISO 100 f/4, 1/550s. Second image is Hasselblad H3D-39 with HCD28. ISO 100 f/4, 1/500s. Both exposures set manually after metering with the built-in meters of the cameras by spot metering on the bright part of the leaves.

    The tripod was not moved between shots.

    I note that the Fujifilm GFX100 with GF23 coverage is wider than the Hasselblad combo. This is clear in the amount of retaining wall on the extreme right...quite a bit more is visible than on the H.

    Colours a bit on the brighter side, more punchy than the H colours. But this is a jpeg image processed in-camera on the GFX. I know, I am lazy and originally intended to just compare the angle of view. And the H does not produce a jpeg in-camera, so is a quick process through Phocus into jpeg.

    Image resolution is fabulous. At 100%, chairs in the balcony in the tall buildings (D'Leedon) in the background is clearly defined.

    Note however, the edges of the balcony on photo extreme left and compare them.


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    In the Hasselblad image, the lines are very straight, even at the edges, see extreme left of the edges of the balcony. Colours from this old CCD sensor is spot on.

    Even though there is a large mis-match between resolutions, the H3D has only 39 Mp, very little difference in details resolved. I also note that though smaller in pixel count, the H3D sensor is larger, measuring 48mm x 36mm vs the 44 x 33 of the GFX. Of course at 100% pixel peep the GFX100 images are much larger, and more detailed, but reduced the same size, hardly any difference.


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    Which one do you prefer?
    Ha! The second one of course.

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    African Yellow-Billed Hornbill - locally known as "Banana Bird". XF/150/240mm.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I think this is an African Eagle Owl. XF/150/150 mm.

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    Corona Brunch



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Bear leek from my garden ...
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Another of our trips to deserted places to photograph. Fuji GFX 50R.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Fuji GFX50R + Leica 50mm Summilux-M ASPH

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    The leaves make a very nice pesto.
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