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    Re: Fun with MF images

    On the last full day in Paris in January, 2020, I took this overdone viewpoint of the Eiffel Tower, but feel the ghostly figures in the foreground add a sense of mystery the the image. All in all, we spent two weeks in Paris at the end of December and the first part of January and got very lucky with only one day of rain, but cold weather. This was the first time I had a tripod in Paris and used it almost every day inside and out and never was told it wasn't allowed, must have had something to do with the time of year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Kolb View Post
    On the last full day in Paris in January, 2020, I took this overdone viewpoint of the Eiffel Tower, but feel the ghostly figures in the foreground add a sense of mystery the the image. All in all, we spent two weeks in Paris at the end of December and the first part of January and got very lucky with only one day of rain, but cold weather. This was the first time I had a tripod in Paris and used it almost every day inside and out and never was told it wasn't allowed, must have had something to do with the time of year.

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    Paris by Patrick Kolb, on Flickr

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    Lovely, Patrick.

    I'm curious, was it a crop or a perspective correction in post? I have the 32-64 and I haven't found its shift button

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    Thanks Matt, I used the perspective correction from both Lightroom and Photoshop. I hope the shift police won't be coming after me now.
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    Thanks Matt, I used the perspective correction from both Lightroom and Photoshop. I hope the shift police won't be coming after me now.
    I love perspective correction, but it’s easy to lose the lower corners, and I have to be sure they’ll be in the corrected image. It’s worse (terrible) with ultrawides, like the GF 23 or (yikes!) the Laowa 17.

    Anyway, yours worked out beautifully.

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    Super flower moon setting over the Golden Gate

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    Moors above Teesdale...



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Kolb View Post
    On the last full day in Paris in January, 2020, I took this overdone viewpoint of the Eiffel Tower, but feel the ghostly figures in the foreground add a sense of mystery the the image. All in all, we spent two weeks in Paris at the end of December and the first part of January and got very lucky with only one day of rain, but cold weather. This was the first time I had a tripod in Paris and used it almost every day inside and out and never was told it wasn't allowed, must have had something to do with the time of year.

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    Stunningly beautiful and all the more so for the movement of the people/ghosts in the shot - one of the best examples of this view I've seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Kolb View Post
    On the last full day in Paris in January, 2020, I took this overdone viewpoint of the Eiffel Tower, but feel the ghostly figures in the foreground add a sense of mystery the the image. All in all, we spent two weeks in Paris at the end of December and the first part of January and got very lucky with only one day of rain, but cold weather. This was the first time I had a tripod in Paris and used it almost every day inside and out and never was told it wasn't allowed, must have had something to do with the time of year.

    GFX50S GF32-64 lens, f22 and 120 sec.


    Thanks for looking.
    Lovely images Patrick. How fortunate to have your trip just before the world changed. January is a great time to visit Paris. Crowds are virtually non-existent. Attached is a picture taken inside the Louvre from some time ago; quite a contrast to the summer months. Taken with a Pentax 645N.

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    before the rain


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    Last light of the day reflects on this Lobster boat in Maine.
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    Last light of the day reflects on this Lobster boat in Maine.
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    Fantastic!!!
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    Stanley, I must say that you always inspire me. It is always a pleasure to see your posts and marvel at the dedication and work you put into each image.

    Your contribution is a blessing. Thanks so much!
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    Weardale...


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    The quick and the dead. XF/150/80mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Stanley, I must say that you always inspire me. It is always a pleasure to see your posts and marvel at the dedication and work you out into each image.

    Your contribution is a blessing. Thanks so much!
    Dave,
    How very kind of you.
    I greatly appreciate your comments!
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    Another "Field Trip", this time to Viking Village. I really love that place, a real throw back. I suspect the boats and gear looked very similar 75 or more years ago. We only saw one person there. Restaurants being closed has really hurt the fishing industry. It looked like just about all the boats were in port. I shot about 120 images. So far I have only developed these six, but several others show promise. Enjoy the images and please stay safe.
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    Hamsterley forest...



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    Fantastic!!!
    I agree. The light is sublime. And Stanley’s handling of the file is wonderful. One of those, “I wish it were mine,” kind of photographs.

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    Testing the camera while buying it

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    Hasselblad 553ELX, 120mm f/4 CF, Phase One P25
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    Hasselblad 553ELX, 120mm f/4 CF, Phase One P25
    Is it just me, I can't see anything?

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    Is it just me, I can't see anything?
    I don't see anything either.

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    no problem on my side

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    no problem on my side
    I think only VIP can see it, I am not one !

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    At Kistefos Museum of sculpture, outside Oslo, Norway. Sculpture by Marc Quinn «All Nature Flows Through Us»
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    Hamsterley forest...



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    Sorry, folks. I don't know why the photo wasn't showing. I found that even after re-linking the picture from flickr it still only showed on my computer screen but not the phone. Thanks for letting me know.

    So, about the photo. These flowers were really, really small. In fact, the magnification is 1:1 meaning that it's life-size on the negative (sensor). I waited quite a long while hoping that a bee would come around and land near the flower. I felt like I was fishing because there were so many bees landing everywhere but the flower I was aiming the camera. When I finally gave up and put the photos on the computer I saw tiny little eyes looking around. Yup, on the end of the stigma is an even tinier bug.

    If you go to the flickr site I uploaded the full size photo, which I normally never do, but I felt bad that the photo didn't show up.

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    Here is another shot taken at Viking Village last week on our same outing. GFX 50R, 32-64mm lens, hand held.
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    We had no measurable snow fall this year. With plenty of time on our hands, I am re-visiting some old files I never developed. Here is one from January 2019. GFX 50R, 32-64mm lens at 43mm. f14, 1/450 sec, ISO 400. Thanks for looking
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    An inexpensive watch this time. My Seiko 5 SRPD67K1. Fujifilm GFX100 with GF50 with MCEX18 tube.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    I love perspective correction, but it’s easy to lose the lower corners, and I have to be sure they’ll be in the corrected image. It’s worse (terrible) with ultrawides, like the GF 23 or (yikes!) the Laowa 17.

    Anyway, yours worked out beautifully.

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    Matt and Patrick -- FWIW, I find C1's keystone tool FAR superior to PS or LR's. Not only does it do a more seamless jhob to my eyes, it "auto crops" to the whole frame as you correct. Same with its horizon tool, making it very spiffy to use for this. My .02 only...
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    I have been watching Ted Forbes lately and got inspired to follow his Photo assignment since We are stuck at home.

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    A B&W rendering (as suggested by John Brew) of an image posted above; Bleak House.
    I think John was right, it works well in monochrome. Looks a bit omnious though.


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    Sunrise at Passo Giau, Dolomites

    I just finished to process my 2019 pictures from my beloved Dolomites, and I decided to start sharing images with one of my favourite locations there. This is Passo Giau, a truly inspiring place offering many different compositions, photographed here at sunrise. 2.5 seconds exposure with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad 21mm & my Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    a solitary lobster boat sits on her mooring in dense fog - Lamoine, Maine

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    Bridge Aglow Under the Setting Moon

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    I went back through my files from last week's sunrise shoot of the super flower moon setting over the Golden Gate Bridge. I had originally set this image aside in favor of one I had captured just a few minutes before, in which the moon - still above the marine layer - came through much clearer (shown here: https://www.getdpi.com/forum/medium-...tml#post817757). Just as the moon started fading behind the fog, the sun rising behind me kissed the towers of the bridge; the warm glow of the towers drew me back to this one. I find both images interesting, but for different reasons.

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    A friend of mine wondered if I had left the forum. I guess it has been a while and the world has gone crazy. Super busy with the gallery and metal printing lab.

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    That's beautiful Ed, really nicely done.

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    Sossusvlei. XF/150/150mm.

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    The Corona Borealis or Northern Crown is one of the smallest and perhaps currently the least popular constellation in the northern sky.

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    GFX50r + Leica 50mm Summilux ASPH @f1.4

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    Been experimenting with different coffee brands lately - just for the drink, not for development Came across this one and thought is would be worth "a shot".

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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    Been experimenting with different coffee brands lately - just for the drink, not for development Came across this one and thought is would be worth "a shot".

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