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    april departs - spring arrives















    S-E & HC 50 II Aerial @ F/8 - Enjoy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abstraction View Post
    That's gorgeous!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abstraction View Post
    I meant the actual ceramic pieces.
    Yes that i what I mean to.
    You can always send me a pm if you're interested in one of the pieces and I let you know if it is available.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Cabo de Gata
    645Z 28-45


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    The Namib desert. XF/150/150mm. I find the SK BR 150 f3.5 one of my most used lenses. The 2.8 may be sharper at full aperture (which I rarely use) but weighs a ton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    The Namib desert. XF/150/150mm. I find the SK BR 150 f3.5 one of my most used lenses. The 2.8 may be sharper at full aperture (which I rarely use) but weighs a ton.
    Bill, Solid gold? Looks like 3D. Nice one.
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    Thanks BL. Getting up at 5.30 am has its rewards!
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    A Venice Corona Image... I had the luck to be in Venice two days before the lockdown.. there were already no tourists at all.. Our hotel had 120 cancelations with 122 rooms... We left 1 day before Italy went in the complete lockdown..
    We've been there for Carneval in Venice... We got Corona very early but even didn't noticed it... Got tested now an got the info you already had it.. In February...
    Now I now the reason why I felt a little ill when taking this picture.. Click image for larger version. 

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    [QUOTE=Bill Caulfeild-Browne;817086]Another darn cat picture. Xf and 150 mm lens.

    Cool Cat... remembers me of my TomCat named Whiskey... Who is now 18 years old... Still going strong...
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    Dark Times. H3D.

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    While taking the star trail sequence above, also took a Milky Way version

    [IMG]Mona Vale ocean pool by night by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Genesis / 2018

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    Some Swedish colours...

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    I never envisioned that the GFX 100 should be a camera for capturing my grandchildren, but then again one never knows...
    GFX, 32-64 zoom.
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    Spotted Thick-Knee, Western Cape. XF/150/150 mm. Generally a quite well camouflaged bird.

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    GFX 100, 32-64
    Point Reyes Light - Cloud



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    GFX 100, 32-64

    Point Reyes Icon



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    GFX 100, 100-200

    Swing Set, Bombay Beach, Salton Sea



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    Lighthouse & Abbey Ruins at Sunrise, Brittany

    As landscape photographers, we love lighthouses and we love ruins. Being able to photograph both together is just special! Lighthouse & Abbey Ruins at Sunrise, a 181 seconds exposure taken in Brittany (France) with my Hasselblad X1D II, Hasselblad XCD 21mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



    Thank you for viewing, best regards

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    Newly restored Eglise St-Germain des Pres

    GFX50S 32-64mm at 61mm for 12 sec

    Eglise St-Germain des Prés by Patrick Kolb, on Flickr

    Paris December 2019
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Patrick,
    With the medium format, your pictures have a more three dimensional look. Do you agree you see it too?



    --Steve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rand47 View Post
    GFX 100, 100-200

    Swing Set, Bombay Beach, Salton Sea



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    Stunning work!
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    Re: Fun with MF images









    S-E & HC 50 II Aerial @ F/8



    It's been a long winter, today the clouds were light on the breeze, the thrushes and frogs were singing, the freshets were burbling and it was sunny and warm and splendid. Enjoy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve_cor View Post
    Patrick,
    With the medium format, your pictures have a more three dimensional look. Do you agree you see it too?



    --Steve.
    Sorry, I should have mentioned that I used f16 for the image. I have been very pleased with the look of medium format. For what I do, I can see a certain look that was not there with FF.
    Patrick

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    Stunning work!
    Thanks much... it was a magical late afternoon / sunset.

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    My wife and I are still going to deserted places to photograph. GFX 50R, 32-64mm lens at 32mm, f14, ISO 800 hand held.
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    Stonington Harbor, low tide (Maine)
    X1D / XCD 30

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    Lake Erie, rarely this calm. 645Z, 28-45mm
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    Nothing really artistic, nor is the subject interesting. And I don't know how I ended up with this, but this was shot recently at ISO 51,200. Image looked quite over exposed in raw, but was recovered on C1, but I am quite impressed to see such a clean image at such a high ISO. Fujifilm GFX100 with GF23. Handheld, f/9, 1/160s.

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    The rose


    L_011063 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr



    Phase one DF+ , Leaf Aptus 22 and Mamiya 120 mm .
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    room for optimism?...





    Hasselblad X1D with X-V adapted 110/2 FE Planar at iso 100 1/3000 f2



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    This storm shall pass

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    River Stream Through The Mountains of Philippines
    February 2019

    Taken from my window seat

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    Fujifilm GFX100 , GF 32-64, GF 63, GF 110, GF 120, GF 100-200. Canon TS-E 24, 45, 90.
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    My wife and I continue to make "field trips" to lonely places to photograph. GFX 50 R, 32-64mm lens. Thanks for looking.
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    Looking at the western tip of Ile de la Cite, Paris, taken early January, 2020. GFX50S and GF32-64, f11 and 240sec.

    Ile de la Cite, Paris by Patrick Kolb, on Flickr
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    Bleak house.
    GFX100, 120mm Fuji.

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    In the woods.
    Gfx100 32-64mm. 1/25 sec. IBIS works.

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    More cat pictures. I can't go out, but the light can come in.

    The greatest failure of landscape photography equipment is the bright Yellow that always appears near the horizon in a sunrise or sunset. The Red channel just blows out and there's nothing to be done about it. Except underexpose!

    Mild Pano with Leica S(007) and S24mm.



    And a crop, because 50MP images on the web lose their "charm".



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    (I brightened them up a bit. You can bring back some of the intensity without it going Yellow. I don't know why you can't EXPOSE like this without getting the Yellow.)
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    Bleak house.
    GFX100, 120mm Fuji.

    Arne, have you considered presenting this image as a bw?
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    Another shot of the Namib desert. XF/150/80mm.

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    Bearded Iris

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    WRS1250 | IQ3100 | Zeiss 120/5.6 S-Planar | f/11 | 27-image focus stack

    I needed a change of pace from just taking cat pics from my desk while in lockdown, and it's been a glorious spring after all...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBrew View Post
    Arne, have you considered presenting this image as a bw?
    Thank you John,
    frankly no, but it is an interesting idea. I might look into it.

    Cheers
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    May Forest











    X1D & HC50II Aerial & HX adpater - Adapted lens slightly misses infinity focus - accidental soft focus. Phocus philes are phablous. What a camera.
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    One more from X1D & HC50II Aerial.
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    The Louvre at night on the way home after some wonderful food and wine. GFX50S GF32-64 lens at f16 and 240 sec. Taken this January.

    Louvre Pyramids by Patrick Kolb, on Flickr
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    From Jan. River Wear...



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    Phase One IQ3 100 Trichromatic, XF, and the venerable 55mm/2.8.


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    First evening walk with the new-to-me X1D 50C / 90mm


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    I do really like it so far: X1D, 90mm
    (Need to dust off the sensor and there where no alien artefacts in the sky ;-))
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