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    Re: Fun with MF images

    GFX50(r) 100-200

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Dried sunflowers, snow background. Hasselblad ArcBody, Rodenstock Apo-Grandagon 45mm, Phase One IQ-160.

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    First use of my 50s since March!
    River Wear...



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    As summer begins to fade... really, where did it go?...my thoughts are of the Colors of Autumn in just a few months.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    "Summer beginning to fade?" I thought it just got started - at least here where we have a heatwave and drought!
    But I love the Fall leaves!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    "Summer beginning to fade?" I thought it just got started - at least here where we have a heatwave and drought!
    But I love the Fall leaves!
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    Haha! In four weeks, our Bermuda grass will slow and enter the first stage of dormancy. Schools will be, supposedly, back in session. And the days are now getting shorter. It seems time slipslides away so quickly!

    I hear you about thinking it is just starting... C19 has really screwed up everything, summer has not been normal at all. For us at least.

    Our hot weather will unfortunately carry through September. Ugh.

    It is still uncertain how the leaf peepers (like us) will be affected. But daydreaming will help my angst.
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    Buck Moon over SF Bay

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    X1D | XCD90 | f/9.5 | 2-stop GND | 1/6 sec + 1.4 sec exposure blend | ISO 100

    Things were pretty much shut down around the SF Bay Area over the holiday weekend, although access to one of my favorite vistas was re-opened at 5 AM July 5, just in time to catch the full Buck Moon at civil twilight. I've been having a bit of fun with the little Hasselblad during these pandemic days...

    Hope all are staying healthy and safe!

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    Lovely, shot John and the tonality and aspect ratio fits the image perfectly in my opinion. Nicely done!

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    River Wear...



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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    GFX50(r) 100-200

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Marais


    L_011683 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr



    L_011698 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr



    Phase one DF+ , Leaf Aptus 22 and Mamiya 210 mm .
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Hi Joe,

    Sorry for the late reply but I missed this post earlier. I also have an old Hassy 503CW and since it does not have a built-in shutter lock (or does it and i'm out to lunch?) I wondered how you executed this shot with the CFV II. Did you attach a short locking cable release and put it in B mode to shoot with electronic shutter on the back or did you use the camera shutter and attach a flash sync cable? Still contemplating getting back into MF again and the CFV II ticked a few boxes (could use with the 503 and V lenses or with my Cambo Actus and many other lenses that I have or invest in new X lenses and the 907x), but also could be a very slippery slope into a Dante snake pit.

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    Colors of spring (left to right, poplar, pine, oak).

    Playing with CFV II 50C and 503CW. Finally I managed to get the latter off the shelf above my computer and use it.



    Behind the scene:



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    Carl, typically a V-series camera has the "T"-function on a (quite small) lever next to the release button. At least my 500C/M has, so probably the 503CW also?

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Viking Village is a favorite spot. First image taken with a wideish normal lens and is the typical view. Next two images taken with a telephoto lens to isolate and zero in on smallish details making a found still life.
    GFX 50R. First image 32-64mm lens. Second and third 100-200mm lens. The Fuji 100-200mm lens is unbelievably sharp. Blowing up on screen to actual pixels is amazing. Can easily read small print on the life preserver sticker. Thanks for looking
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    Carl, typically a V-series camera has the "T"-function on a (quite small) lever next to the release button. At least my 500C/M has, so probably the 503CW also?
    They got rid of that level on the 501C/CM, 503CXi/CW, and all 200-series bodies. On the 503CW, the addition of the Winder needed a smooth button for the lever to press. Also, having T would cause all kinds of headaches when you forgot about it and fired the winder!
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    Storm blew through and left our bench in the back yard a bit soaked.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Satrycon View Post
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    Really like this capture -- great timing!
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    thanks, she whizzed past humming a tune

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    Really like this capture -- great timing!

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    Early morning at a nearby farm. I should thank them for putting up the fence. I had hoped to get the comet but the clouds had other plans for me. Phase One XF / IQ4 150 , SK 35mm BR. Processed in Lightroom.
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    Nothing too fantastic, but this was my first use of the Cambo Actus and focus stacking.. Hasselblad CF FLE 4/50mm @ 8 images stacked with Helicon.

    Still more to experiment with and learn when it comes to the camera and focus stacking, and I have a CF 4/120mm Makro-Planar on the way! Prepare yourselves for more mediocre macros until I get this all figured out. :P


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    St. Michael's Mount at sunrise

    Saint Michael's Mount, in Cornwall (UK), is a beautiful and extremely photogenic island, and one that contrarily to its more famous French homonym gets completely isolated at high tide. While normally photographed with its iconic causeway from close, I also love to portray it from the distance, like here. 91 seconds of exposure at sunrise with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 45mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    Testing out the new (to me) 4/120 CF on the X1D.

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    Fresnoy-Folny, France

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    Success! Clear skies this morning allowed a good view of Comet NEOWISE in the northeast sky just before sunrise. Phase One XF/ IQ4150, 120mm and 35mm lenses, 13 seconds at f/4.0, ISO 1600.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Stocks View Post
    Success! Clear skies this morning allowed a good view of Comet NEOWISE in the northeast sky just before sunrise. Phase One XF/ IQ4150, 120mm and 35mm lenses, 13 seconds at f/4.0, ISO 1600.
    Great shots Craig! We had unusually clear skies last night/this morning and I tried to get out myself but didn't get past my neighborhood. Couldn't see anything thanks to the treeline or it being too late (about 5:45-6am). May try again tomorrow morning as the forecast looks similar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Stocks View Post
    Success! Clear skies this morning allowed a good view of Comet NEOWISE in the northeast sky just before sunrise. Phase One XF/ IQ4150, 120mm and 35mm lenses, 13 seconds at f/4.0, ISO 1600.
    Great work, wonderful shots of the comet! Best regards,

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    Claudia is very proud of her new dress.

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    Got the Leica R > GFX adapter..and.......no vignetting
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    Claudia is very proud of her new dress.
    And rightfully so.
    What a delightful young lady and well captured
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    Golden Gate Dawn

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    WRS1250 | IQ3100 | 40HR-W | f/11 | 6-stop ND | 2-stop GND | 60 sec | ISO 50

    While others were chasing NEOWISE, I decided instead to sleep in and catch the sunrise overlooking one of my favorite locations. Wintertime in general gives more favorable conditions for photographing the Golden Gate and SF Bay (more dramatic skies, clearer atmosphere and occasional appearance of the iconic "low fog event" under the bridge), but after running into white-out conditions in my last two attempts I was happy just to have something to photograph. It was quite a treat to watch swirls of fog literally blow by me in real time. I was back at home before the rest of the family had woken up for the day...

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    While others were chasing NEOWISE, I decided instead to sleep in and catch the sunrise overlooking one of my favorite locations. Wintertime in general gives more favorable conditions for photographing the Golden Gate and SF Bay (more dramatic skies, clearer atmosphere and occasional appearance of the iconic "low fog event" under the bridge), but after running into white-out conditions in my last two attempts I was happy just to have something to photograph. It was quite a treat to watch swirls of fog literally blow by me in real time. I was back at home before the rest of the family had woken up for the day...

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    Fantastic!! Love the fog!
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    First appearance of my Biker Buddy since last Fall. He lives among the lush ferns now and he always makes me smile with his appearance in the early morning light. Memories of so many adventures on the road... we are both retired now.

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    Claudia and grandpa went out for a hike today and came back with these.


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    Claudia and grandpa went out for a hike today and came back with these.


    It is so nice to see you posting Hasselblad images. I haven't posted many for a long time, so you have inspired me.

    Thank you for sharing your work!
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    It is so nice to see you posting Hasselblad images. I haven't posted many for a long time, so you have inspired me.

    Thank you for sharing your work!
    Thank you for the kind words! I appreciate that.

    I do have to admit that I feel a bit sheepish at times sharing my rather banal, "daily life" images in the company of so much great technical architecture and landscape imagery here. I'm glad you're enjoying them!

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    GFX50R + Leica Elmarit-R 180mm v2

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    Teesdale...



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    Thank you for the kind words! I appreciate that.

    I do have to admit that I feel a bit sheepish at times sharing my rather banal, "daily life" images in the company of so much great technical architecture and landscape imagery here. I'm glad you're enjoying them!
    Life is not banal, nor are your images. We all live each moment differently and it is great to see others' views of the world around them especially in the midst of a pandemic.

    We are normally in isolation and even more so now, so photo opportunities for me are quite restricted. Severely so the last six months, and this forum has helped immensely since I have only what we see at home to photograph. Seemingly thousands of times.

    But I enjoy and learn each day. Thank you for sharing in that!
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    Soon I showed an entire Hamburg city tour in this forum :-)

    Hamburg

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    Yet another comet photo, but in the evening this time. Phase One XF/IQ4150, 55mm lens.
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