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    Hahaha Bill. The building is designed like that. Lens is actually very good. I am impressed with it. Even though it’s a relatively inexpensive one. Resolved 100Mp easily. Works well with extension tubes too.

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    The Namib desert. XF, 80mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    The Namib desert. XF, 80mm.
    A breathtaking view Bill

    Is it a stitched pano? Somehow there seem to be a few "transitions" along the sky, or are those file size reduction /jpeg artifacts or even atmospheric phenomena?
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    The "artifacts" arise from shooting through a window - and from me not trying to blend them! I need to reprocess this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    The "artifacts" arise from shooting through a window - and from me not trying to blend them! I need to reprocess this one.
    You mean you didn't have them take the door off?
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    last light









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    I am heartbroken to read the GetDPI forum will shut down on June 1. I have been a longtime lurker and very occasional poster. But let me say that I got into MF because of this forum. I have learned a lot from everyone who has posted and from those who have answered my questions. I am grateful to all of you and wish you the very best going forward.

    To the forum founder, I'm sorry the sponsors couldn't hang in there to continue to support this site. I realize these things are always a labor of love, and I thank you for starting the forum and for all the years you have put into it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DK Miles View Post
    I am heartbroken to read the GetDPI forum will shut down on June 1. I have been a longtime lurker and very occasional poster. But let me say that I got into MF because of this forum. I have learned a lot from everyone who has posted and from those who have answered my questions. I am grateful to all of you and wish you the very best going forward.

    To the forum founder, I'm sorry the sponsors couldn't hang in there to continue to support this site. I realize these things are always a labor of love, and I thank you for starting the forum and for all the years you have put into it.
    +1

    Now one question. While I understand that running such a page is a lot of work, hosting costs should be still somewhat manageable? I could also very well think that this is the most active P1 / Hasselblad resource on the web, and possibly even the most active one for high-end gear altogether. That must be valuable to them?
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    I'm extremely sorry to hear of the pending demise of this forum. Although I have met very few of you in person, I count you all as friends who have inspired and encouraged me.

    This will leave a big hole in my daily life. But I wish the founders and supporters all the very best for the future.
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    oh no, GetDPI is the only forum that i visit on daily basis, specially the Medium Format section.

    I am not sure what the cost of running this form is but I am happy to pay an annual subscription just to keep it going and I am sure there will be others who will pay.

    I hope admins look into the subscription model.
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    I am very sadden about the looming shut down of GetDPI. I would gladly pay a membership fee to keep it going, and surely many others would do so too. IMO, there is no other photo forum with the friendly and professional personality of GetDPI. If members can help keep it afloat, I hope the owners will explore any options available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    I am very sadden about the looming shut down of GetDPI. I would gladly pay a membership fee to keep it going, and surely many others would do so too. IMO, there is no other photo forum with the friendly and professional personality of GetDPI. If members can help keep it afloat, I hope the owners will explore any options available.
    Thank you Darr . I feel the same here and would very much like to join in to your comment .
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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    I am very sadden about the looming shut down of GetDPI. I would gladly pay a membership fee to keep it going, and surely many others would do so too. IMO, there is no other photo forum with the friendly and professional personality of GetDPI. If members can help keep it afloat, I hope the owners will explore any options available.
    +1

    I'm really saddened by the news and I'd also happily contribute. It's such a great resource and community and I hope there's a way to keep it going.
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    This is indeed a very sad day and I would also be happy to subscribe.
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    xx -> moved to other thread.
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    I very much agree with everyone's sentiments regarding the intrinsic value of Getdpi to all of us and the various possibilities of establishing a way to keep the site going, especially from a financial point of view. Might I suggest maybe starting a separate thread in an appropriate forum on this site regarding this topic, so that it doesn't detract from the continuity of posting images here in this thread...especially as it pertains to "all" of Getdpi. Otherwise I can anticipate various threads starting in different places (on Getdpi), discussing this very topic. Hopefully there is adequate time to resolve this issue in order to keep Getdpi as the wonderful site it has been all these years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    I very much agree with everyone's sentiments regarding the intrinsic value of Getdpi to all of us and the various possibilities of establishing a way to keep the site going, especially from a financial point of view. Might I suggest maybe starting a separate thread in an appropriate forum on this site regarding this topic, so that it doesn't detract from the continuity of posting images here in this thread...especially as it pertains to "all" of Getdpi. Hopefully there is adequate time to resolve this issue in order to keep Getdpi as the wonderful site it has been all these years.

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    I encourage everyone to contribute their comments and suggestions on how we can keep GetDPI alive to the thread Darr created.

    https://www.getdpi.com/forum/site-ta...tay-alive.html

    If there is any chance to keep this community going beyond June 1st, we need to focus our efforts together and work with Jack on a long term solution.

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    The long cross


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    Hasselblad X1DII with XCD 35-75 Zoom, 55mm, f/13.


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    Mona Vale ocean pool - in Sydney's Northern Beaches - was originally built in the 1930s by unemployed men. Its exposed position has led it to need rebuilding more than once since, but certainly provides a bracing swim!

    Seen here in the peace of night.

    Pentax 645Z with 28-45mm lens @ 36mm

    [IMG]StarTrailsFromFilesIMGP9171-9343PlusDarkFrameFromFile9345_Step6sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Mona Vale ocean pool - in Sydney's Northern Beaches - was originally built in the 1930s by unemployed men. Its exposed position has led it to need rebuilding more than once since, but certainly provides a bracing swim!

    Seen here in the peace of night.

    Pentax 645Z with 28-45mm lens @ 36mm

    [IMG]StarTrailsFromFilesIMGP9171-9343PlusDarkFrameFromFile9345_Step6sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
    Ed, That is just fabulous! Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Ed, That is just fabulous! Thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks so much, Dave - appreciated very much! :-)

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    I did some simple stock photography with the Pentax 645Z and most with the Macro A 120. Not my trade. I had no lust to buy any flash or lamps, just daylight from the right and and a reflection panel on the left.
    It was for a little monument for my late mother who was a ceramist. I build her a website: www.friedakoch.nl
    I photographed about a 150 pieces this way. Some with another background were not photographed by me.
    This vase from the seventys made me think of the Corona virus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    I did some simple stock photography with the Pentax 645Z and most with the Macro A 120. Not my trade. I had no lust to buy any flash or lamps, just daylight from the right and and a reflection panel on the left.
    It was for a little monument for my late mother who was a ceramist. I build her a website: www.friedakoch.nl
    I photographed about a 150 pieces this way. Some with another background were not photographed by me.
    This vase from the seventys made me think of the Corona virus.

    Are any of the pieces for sale?
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    Are any of the pieces for sale?
    Yes most of them with a white background.

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    Yes most of them with a white background.
    I meant the actual ceramic pieces.
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    Really like the last one Satrycon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satrycon View Post
    Hi , nice pics but not very incentive during these Covid days ! Cheers

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    Really like the last one Satrycon
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    Incentive ?

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    Hi , nice pics but not very incentive during these Covid days ! Cheers

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    Satrycon, If anyone asks how 33X44 sensor "responds" to Leica "24X36" lenses, I will refer your name, You might have already answered but may I ask, do all those images need to be cropped? Which lenses--from your collections---cover full 33X44 ?
    What about Voigtlander VM, Zeiss ZM,Canon FD,Minolta MD, Nikon manual(AI etc) as well as many more makes and brands. I think I have asked for too much here and assume that you may not have access to all ! But my questions is a general and those who have used 33X44 cameras with 24X36 lenses,please participate. Better still if another thread started ie "33X44 cameras with "24X36" lenses" ? So this Fun with MF..... thread continues without distractions.
    Thank you for experimenting for us.
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    Gairloch...



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    just...the Hasselblad-Zeiss 110/2 FE adapted on the X1D





    X1D with Zeiss Planar 110/2 FE at iso100 1/180 f2



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    Incentive ?
    incentive= stimulating ?! All the best anyway
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    Another darn cat picture. Xf and 150 mm lens.

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    out of all my lenses only the 50mm summilux M and 90mm APO sumnmicron M are perfectly fine with the Novoflex adapter, am sure the Elmarit R lenses will be fine but i dont have the direct leica-R > GFX adapter, with 2 adapters R>M+M>G there is a hard vignette.

    in theory images from the summilux and summicron don't need to be cropped as the tiny vignette in the extreme 4 corners is a "soft" vignette and can be killed in 2 secs in C1 or LR, but i like cropping a bit to adjust the "framing"

    e.g: https://www.l-camera-forum.com/topic...omment=3820795

    https://blog.kasson.com/the-last-wor...-fuji-gfx-50s/




    Quote Originally Posted by B L View Post
    Satrycon, If anyone asks how 33X44 sensor "responds" to Leica "24X36" lenses, I will refer your name, You might have already answered but may I ask, do all those images need to be cropped? Which lenses--from your collections---cover full 33X44 ?
    What about Voigtlander VM, Zeiss ZM,Canon FD,Minolta MD, Nikon manual(AI etc) as well as many more makes and brands. I think I have asked for too much here and assume that you may not have access to all ! But my questions is a general and those who have used 33X44 cameras with 24X36 lenses,please participate. Better still if another thread started ie "33X44 cameras with "24X36" lenses" ? So this Fun with MF..... thread continues without distractions.
    Thank you for experimenting for us.
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    Mosaic
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    That's gorgeous!
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    Flower in the garden. Limited mobility. GFX100 with GF50 and 18mm tube. And thanks to Olaf for being our white knight.


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