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    Same deserted location as one of my previous posts. GFX 50R, 32-64mm lens, f13 ISO 400. This time a vertical shot. Having some fun, my wife and I are going to out of the way places to photograph, take a box lunch and relax a bit. All our favorite watering holes are closed for "HappyHour".
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    New life.

    GFX100, 120mm Macro



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    This is social distancing
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    Babysitting. XF/150/240mm. Unusual to see the male looking after the cubs.

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    Fuji GFX50R + Leica 50mm Summilux-M ASPH
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    From the days we could still move around.
    As always, Pentax 645Z 28/45

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    GFX50r + Leica 90mm APO Summicron-M ASPH

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    Loch Maree...


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    First, let me apologize to you folks that are purists out there, and would consider the below image cheating. It is a composite. Being 83 years old and in lockdown has given me time to play around with old images using new tools. My goal has always been to make pleasing images regardless of method. My history goes back to film-Camera Clubs-PSA Salons-paper negatives- double printing-montages- derivations-posterizations-etc. Not sure where to post this: foreground, including the sun and star marks made in Feb 2010 with a Sony A900, 28mm Sony f2.8 lens at f11, ISO 200. Sky made several nights ago with GFX 50R 32-64mm lens at 44mm, f7 ISO 400.
    Again, my apologies in advance if I have offended anyone....it's just my way of having fun and keeping my old brain active. Thanks for looking
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    Another from the series of my wife and I going to deserted places to photograph. Several previous images I posted of this spot when the garvey was out clamming. This time the garvey was in. GFX 50R, 100-200mm Fuji lens at 150mm, f13 for added depth of field, ISO 400. The lens stabilization is wonderful, as I hand held this shot. Thanks for looking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ndwgolf View Post
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    Fantastic Image.

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    Kruger NP, South Africa. XF/150/150mm

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    Spotted this bald eagle nest on our daily hike. It's very encouraging to see the remarkable comeback of eagles along Lake Erie and elsewhere. 645z, 400mm with 2500 ISO and heavy crop.
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    Homebound. So shoot the garden. Fern with back lighting from afternoon sun. Fujifilm GFX100 with GF50 + 18mm tube.


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    South Africa. XF/140/150mm

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    X1D + XCD21

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    One of the fun aspects of medium format is the level of detail you can find in a photo. Consider the two little bugs hiding in this white rose. Phase One XF/IQ4150, 120mm macro lens.
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    Another day, another hike through the forest. We really expected to see the Mad Hatter on this path. 645Z 75mm.
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    nice shot

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    Another day, another hike through the forest. We really expected to see the Mad Hatter on this path. 645Z 75mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Another day, another hike through the forest. We really expected to see the Mad Hatter on this path. 645Z 75mm.
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    Nice, Tom! Out of interest, which 75mm is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satrycon View Post
    nice shot
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    Nice, Tom! Out of interest, which 75mm is it?
    Ed, Thanks, the FA version. An excellent lens, and additionally very compact and light (likely the lightest MF lens). I believe it's the same optical formula as the A version. I do appreciate the solidity and precision of the A versions, but I also appreciate AF.

    NB I should mention that this is a heavy crop and ISO 3200. Recently I have been examining some old slides and have been reminded that the level of performance of modern cameras is remarkable.
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    Yes, the FA 75mm as Tom mentioned is incredibly small (read: tiny) and light, especially for a MF lens. The one FA lens that always fools me is the FA 150mm f2.8. It's of course quite a bit larger in size (somewhat akin to the FA 120 f4 macro), yet is a featherweight as though they neglected/forgot to put most of the internal glass elements inside. If only Pentax could come up with a lighter weight MF camera body to use with one these light weight lenses, they would once again have a very competitive MF system to compete with the recent additions by Hasselblad and Fuji in terms of weight and size when body/lens combo's are taken into consideration.

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    Thanks guys - i have experimented with the 75mm FA in the past and found it to be good. However, in the end, my 75 of choice is the 6x7 75mm f2.8AL. I find it to be exceptionally good in various ways, but certainly larger than the 645 FA!

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    Gairloch...



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    Western Cape, SA. XF/80mm

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    In my front yard this morning (Argentine Giant Cactus). Phase One XF/IQ4150, 120mm macro.
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    Just arrived via post - the Hasselblad HC 50 II F/3.5 Aerial and the S-Adapter H

    I present the point-and-shoot HasseLeica @ F/8









    S-E typ 006. ( Yes I know the trees are closer than 9 meters it's just a test :P )
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    First of all, apologies if I have posted this before. I am genuinely unsure about that...

    Taken somewhere off the main road linking Sunnyvale to San Francisco (my local knowledge isn't up to naming the precise location - but I think these are the Palo Alto Hills).

    Pentax 645Z with 6x7 400mm EDIF lens.

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    Sunset at Widemouth Beach, Cornwall

    I am sitting here at home in Italy, under a rainy sky and after one month of lockdown spent working on my Website, longing for being able to travel again. Cornwall is one of my favourite places, and one I am looking forward to going to next November. This is Sunset at Widemouth Beach, 16 seconds of exposure with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad 30mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    Limited to nearby areas, limited photography subjects. Here is a condominium across the road from me. Looking up, light crop off the bottom to remove the distracting fence. This is the D'Leedon, a property designed by the late Zaha Hadid. It is a huge complex comprising of seven curvaceous towers extending up to heights of 150 metres, a row of contemporary villas, and a wide array of facilities including swimming pools, tennis courts and a labyrinth.

    Fujifilm GFX100 with GF50, which I find to be quite an incredible lens. Very small, light, sharp, little distortion.


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    Mother and kids, Namibia. XF/150/240mm

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    Limited to nearby areas, limited photography subjects. Here is a condominium across the road from me. Looking up, light crop off the bottom to remove the distracting fence. This is the D'Leedon, a property designed by the late Zaha Hadid. It is a huge complex comprising of seven curvaceous towers extending up to heights of 150 metres, a row of contemporary villas, and a wide array of facilities including swimming pools, tennis courts and a labyrinth.

    Fujifilm GFX100 with GF50, which I find to be quite an incredible lens. Very small, light, sharp, little distortion.


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    I think you need to get a new lens - looks like a lot of distortion to me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    First of all, apologies if I have posted this before. I am genuinely unsure about that...

    Taken somewhere off the main road linking Sunnyvale to San Francisco (my local knowledge isn't up to naming the precise location - but I think these are the Palo Alto Hills).

    Pentax 645Z with 6x7 400mm EDIF lens.
    Really nice Ed. I haven't seen it before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Really nice Ed. I haven't seen it before.
    Thanks so much :-)

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    So after a day with my new-to-me Hasselblad HC 50mm II Aerial from ebay, I'm quite taken with the results I'm getting. Also it helped to have freak April snowstorms two days in a row separated by a glorious sunset yestereve. Here are some of the first 2 days shooting on the Leica S-E. ( Hopefully not too repetitive with the reframes and crops. ) All shots @ F/8 - open in new tab for 3k res.


























    I confess I just want to press the button. I am lazy. The HasseLeica-50 Kodak KAF-37500 Instamatic is the point and shoot of my dreams.
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