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    wildflowers








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    Nine shot stitch of the Ida Lewis Yacht Club In Newport, Rhode Island during a foggy rain filled morning.
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    Acadian cliffs - Maine
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    My last excursion prior to pandemic lockdown - Switzerland



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    Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Dolomites - a less classic view

    This is a less classic - but not less impressive - view of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, on the Dolomites. 161 seconds of exposure right after sunset with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 21mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    A bit of minimalism.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I have reactivated my HB 905SWC + CFV 50 .
    I have shown this image in the iPHONE image thread and went back to that place (just 5 minutes from here) this afternoon . Perfect social distancing , I was all alone .
    As I have never really used my 905SWC in the past , I thought I will awake this orphan .

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    From the archives, Hamsterley forest...



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    GFX50S + GF250mm:

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    This photo is from 2019. The Zion National Park has since banned walking or standing on the Canyon Junction Bridge so it would be illegal to shoot this now.

    The photo was taken with a Phase One XF/IQ4150 using a 35mm BR lens. Like most landscape astrophotos it has some special techniques and a lot of post processing. In this case there are three layers. The foreground (which is actually built from several frames averaged), the sky (which is also built from several frames averaged) and a second set of sky photos taken just slightly out of focus.

    The reason for the out of focus layer is to capture just the larger stars and allow them to "shine" brighter than the smaller stars. It also helps capture the colors of the stars. A drawback of using sharp lens and high resolution is that stars become smaller and less differentiated in the image so they start to just look like noise. By allowing the brighter stars to show more you create a more natural looking result even if the viewer doesn't understand why. As far as I know this is an original technique that I discovered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Stocks View Post
    This photo is from 2019. The Zion National Park has since banned walking or standing on the Canyon Junction Bridge so it would be illegal to shoot this now.

    The photo was taken with a Phase One XF/IQ4150 using a 35mm BR lens. Like most landscape astrophotos it has some special techniques and a lot of post processing. In this case there are three layers. The foreground (which is actually built from several frames averaged), the sky (which is also built from several frames averaged) and a second set of sky photos taken just slightly out of focus.

    The reason for the out of focus layer is to capture just the larger stars and allow them to "shine" brighter than the smaller stars. It also helps capture the colors of the stars. A drawback of using sharp lens and high resolution is that stars become smaller and less differentiated in the image so they start to just look like noise. By allowing the brighter stars to show more you create a more natural looking result even if the viewer doesn't understand why. As far as I know this is an original technique that I discovered.
    I have heard of using defocused star images so that their colors wouldn't blow out, but your idea captures something more subtle.
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    Four recent shots with the GFX100. First and last with the GF 45-100 zoom, the two in the middle with the GF 250mm.












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    Two more. Old bridge. GFX100 with the Micro Nikkor 85mm tilt/shift lens, tilted a few degrees. Last the river beneath, or rather what's left of it after weeks of drought. GF 110 mm lens.





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    Calla Lily

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    Another addition to a series I'm thinking of naming "Pandemic Floral Portraits."

    Hope everyone is staying healthy, safe and sane!

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    This is a spectacular image. Such a simple composition yet rare as can be. Beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Stocks View Post
    This photo is from 2019. The Zion National Park has since banned walking or standing on the Canyon Junction Bridge so it would be illegal to shoot this now.

    The photo was taken with a Phase One XF/IQ4150 using a 35mm BR lens. Like most landscape astrophotos it has some special techniques and a lot of post processing. In this case there are three layers. The foreground (which is actually built from several frames averaged), the sky (which is also built from several frames averaged) and a second set of sky photos taken just slightly out of focus.

    The reason for the out of focus layer is to capture just the larger stars and allow them to "shine" brighter than the smaller stars. It also helps capture the colors of the stars. A drawback of using sharp lens and high resolution is that stars become smaller and less differentiated in the image so they start to just look like noise. By allowing the brighter stars to show more you create a more natural looking result even if the viewer doesn't understand why. As far as I know this is an original technique that I discovered.

    Lovely shot, sir! May I ask, how do you edit or blend-in the 'slightly out of focus' layer? Do you just overlay it generally over the finished sky layer (based on the stacking of the multiple, in-focus star frames)? Do you adjust the layer opacity? Perhaps brush it in, using a layer mask, only around the brighter stars? Change the layer blending mode? Would be very interested to learn... But would also fully understand if this is confidential to you :-)

    Either way, a smashing result!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Lovely shot, sir! May I ask, how do you edit or blend-in the 'slightly out of focus' layer? Do you just overlay it generally over the finished sky layer (based on the stacking of the multiple, in-focus star frames)? Do you adjust the layer opacity? Perhaps brush it in, using a layer mask, only around the brighter stars? Change the layer blending mode? Would be very interested to learn... But would also fully understand if this is confidential to you :-)

    Either way, a smashing result!
    Thanks. I overlay it in Lighten blending mode. Normally the smaller stars don’t show but I may need to mask or use the Blend-if sliders to hide traces of the Milky Way.

    I failed to mention also that the sky was shot with a tracking mount.
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    'fogged in' - lobster boats in Bass Harbor, Maine
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Stocks View Post
    Thanks. I overlay it in Lighten blending mode. Normally the smaller stars don’t show but I may need to mask or use the Blend-if sliders to hide traces of the Milky Way.

    I failed to mention also that the sky was shot with a tracking mount.
    Craig, thanks so much for your generosity in sharing this. I will give it a try!
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    Ed...on a separate note, have you sent off your 645Z for repair? Hope it won't be long before you have it back and making your usual spectacular images. Please keep us all posted on any developments..

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    Flat Lizard, Kruger National Park. XF/150/80mm

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    Well I don't love following Craig's stellar astro shots but I finally got the X1D out for some night sky shooting the other night. X1D and 21mm XCD. Pretty challenging conditions - high humidity, haze, and a ton of light from a shipwrecked barge (the Golden Ray) that is currently resting between Jekyll and St. Simons Island, GA. They are in the process of salvaging/removing the wreck but it will be awhile. That little 50mp sensor still is an awesome performer despite it's age IMHO and I'm surprised at how much I was able to pull out of a single shot with fairly minimal processing. F4 maybe 20 secs and ISO 3200?
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    What a refreshing image to see after a week of anarchy and chaos amidst a pandemic. Not a single human being to be found in this image, which is just what I need at the moment.

    I just received a note from a friend in Sydney. He sent me a link to an article in the NYT Travel section. Apparently, there are beautiful places even in our local areas that we take for granted, or generally avoid, like Alabama, which is only a half hour drive from where we live.
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    Nigella damascena (love-in-a-mist)

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    The alien, other-worldly nature of these flowers caught my eye as I was taking in some fresh air in the garden the other day - another installment in what's turning out to be my pandemic floral portrait series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Ed...on a separate note, have you sent off your 645Z for repair? Hope it won't be long before you have it back and making your usual spectacular images. Please keep us all posted on any developments..

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    Thanks so much for your interest, Dave.

    I have just posted an update in the thread I started on the issue. Rather than duplicate, the link's here:
    https://www.getdpi.com/forum/medium-...tml#post819286

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    Nigella sativa

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    John, where in the world do you find these interesting flowers?
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    John, where in the world do you find these interesting flowers?
    Dave - these grow like weeds all around our garden, which together with the cineraria (also like weeds) and others make it very colorful this time of year.

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    Only about 30 minutes' drive from the centre of Sydney, Long Reef provides a surprisingly gentle, peaceful location for a night picture.

    Pentax 645Z with 25mm DA lens

    [IMG]Long Reef by night by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Clouds Traveling over The Mountains of Philippines
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    Torre dei Scarperi at sunset, Dolomites

    The beauty of the Dolomites isn't just in those few famous locations that we always see on social media. There is much more than that, there are so many incredible vistas and landscapes to photograph that it would take a lifetime to portray them all! This is Torre dei Scarperi at sunset, 16 seconds of exposure with my Hasselblad X1D II, Hasselblad XCD 90mm and my Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    The beauty of the Dolomites isn't just in those few famous locations that we always see on social media. There is much more than that, there are so many incredible vistas and landscapes to photograph that it would take a lifetime to portray them all! This is Torre dei Scarperi at sunset...
    Lovely! I hear you about the lifetime thing... Photography makes me realise how short one lifetime is. Curiously, it's not mainly frustrating but humbling in a beautiful way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Lovely! I hear you about the lifetime thing... Photography makes me realise how short one lifetime is. Curiously, it's not mainly frustrating but humbling in a beautiful way.
    Thank you Ed! To me, it's not frustrating at all, as you said it is humbling, making us realise how small we are, and inspiring at the same time, since no matter how many times I return to any locations, I always find something new and exciting to do with it (or, at least, I try!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Only about 30 minutes' drive from the centre of Sydney, Long Reef provides a surprisingly gentle, peaceful location for a night picture.

    Pentax 645Z with 25mm DA lens....
    Absolutely stunning Ed - and so is the golf course to play!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    Thank you Ed! To me, it's not frustrating at all, as you said it is humbling, making us realise how small we are, and inspiring at the same time, since no matter how many times I return to any locations, I always find something new and exciting to do with it (or, at least, I try!)

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    In 2003 I, along with some buddies, were guests of Aprilia. They lent us some motorbikes and we rode through the Alps and the Dolomites. It was magnificent and I highly recommend it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoelM View Post
    In 2003 I, along with some buddies, were guests of Aprilia. They lent us some motorbikes and we rode through the Alps and the Dolomites. It was magnificent and I highly recommend it.

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    I hear you Joel, during my motorbike days (long gone, sadly) I absolutely loved the alpine & dolomitic roads! Best regards,

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    GFX 50R, 32-64mm lens, ISO 400 probably about f13 to f16.
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    GFX 50R and 32-64mm lens, ISO 400, f13.
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    GFX 50R and 32-64mm lens, ISO 400, f13.
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    Now that looks like a painting that I could go step into!
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    And at the other end of the saturation spectrum... Sometimes the geometry of the limbs and leaves just pull you in.

    Fuji GFX 100 120/4 @f/16. Not IR, I just like making my foliage white in Post.




    Huh. I just tried Silver FX Pro again. More realistic, and more depth. Not sure which I prefer:

    [url=https://flic.kr/p/2j8yEbG]

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    And at the other end of the saturation spectrum... Sometimes the geometry of the limbs and leaves just pull you in.

    Fuji GFX 100 120/4 @f/16. Not IR, I just like making my foliage white in Post.




    Huh. I just tried Silver FX Pro again. More realistic, and more depth. Not sure which I prefer:

    [url=https://flic.kr/p/2j8yEbG]

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    Really nice, Matt!

    The first one is almost "heavenly", with a bright, cheerful feel.

    The second one has the depth and detail in the highlights that draw you into it. So, it is mysterious.

    I prefer the cheerful, bright version as it is a welcomed change from the recent 24/7 bad news of late.

    Thanks for sharing.
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    This AM I noticed this flower in my wife’s garden. I was amazed of the intensity of the red color contrasted with the bright yellow in the center, and wondered if the Phase One back would be able to capture the depth and brilliance of the magenta.
    Well congratulations to Sony and Phase One...you nailed it without any help from Capture One or Photoshop.
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    Hasselblad 120 macro lens with Phase One back...1/90 sec, f8, ISO 50
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    Quote Originally Posted by stngoldberg
    This AM I noticed this flower in my wife’s garden. I was amazed of the intensity of the red color contrasted with the bright yellow in the center, and wondered if the Phase One back would be able to capture the depth and brilliance of the magenta.
    Well congratulations to Sony and Phase One...you nailed it without any help from Capture One or Photoshop.
    Stanley
    Hasselblad 120 macro lens with Phase One back...1/90 sec, f8, ISO 50
    The red and yellow just floating over the green. 3D pop?
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