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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    For something completely different: Grass, GFX, 60s era 50mm Super Takumar @ f/1.4
    Neat looking affect wide open. What camera and adapter did you use? I just looked on my shelf of old stuff in my collection, and I have a 50mm f1.4 Super-Takumar in pristine condition. M42 screw thread. I would like to try similar wide open images, but do not know what would be the simpler conversion: my Fuji GFX 50R, or my Sony A7RIV. Probably the Sony, as it will cover the entire frame.
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    For using M42 lenses on a Sony I now have this adapter

    Contrary to what is says in the description I haven't seen any vignetting when using it on my A7Rii and it allows infinity focus with all the M42 lenses I have.
    Using something like this makes every M42 lens a macro (or semi macro) since it can add 32 mm of extension in addition to what the lens can do by itself.

    I don't know if something similar exists for the GFX 50R, but any M42 adapter for that mount will probably be OK.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Neat looking affect wide open. What camera and adapter did you use? I just looked on my shelf of old stuff in my collection, and I have a 50mm f1.4 Super-Takumar in pristine condition. M42 screw thread. I would like to try similar wide open images, but do not know what would be the simpler conversion: my Fuji GFX 50R, or my Sony A7RIV. Probably the Sony, as it will cover the entire frame.
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    I used a Pentax M42 to PK adapter and a K&F PK to GFX. The lens covers a GFX sensor with some vignetting at wide apertures. Wonderful lens that can give a very dreamy, ethereal image wide open, try it.
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    M-42 version? I believe I have the same lens.. Mine is the one with thorium(?) in it, I will leave it outside for a day or two in the summer every year to help remove the yellow cast.

    Great shot, by the way!
    Yep, although I misidentified originally ( I have about 5 old Pentax 50mm's). Mine yellows too, but AWB does a great job, must think it's tungsten light.
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    I stepped away from the Takumar 50 and in fact of all radioactive lenses I owned. Although it might be a bit overreacting, but I thought there is enough other old glass around. Ultron 50, for example.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Using natural light rendering bokeh for self portrait and an attempt to create the Leica M looks in medium format during a hike.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    A 490mm lens on a Leica S (Contax 645 350/4 and 1.4x). Unfortunately inferior to Fuji Gf 250/4 with extender. Nice monster, but sent it back.

    Untitled by Matthew Grayson, on Flickr

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    Looks great and so much fun to carry and use (love the carpet too BTW). My own albatross of a lens:
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Some time ago (early June), I posted this



    We had a storm the other day, and this is now the same (as close as I can get) picture.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Hello

    It's not upside down

    XF IQ4150 150mm iso 100 1/80 f8



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    Went to a local (well, hour away) farm that had corn and a sunflower maze. A lot of good photos of my daughter (more to come), but for now I liked this one of the corn field.

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    Water spout over Lake Erie. GFX 50r, 32-64mm
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    Hasselblad 500C/M, Distagon 60, IQ1 60, Stitch of two images

    (Did I ever mention that I really would love again a square back? It was so much fun to photograph with the P20+! And full frame of course.)
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    Two iconic Icelandic cityscapes +1

    While I mostly photograph natural landscapes, I also enjoy a lot working on cityscapes. In this post, I'll share with you three images of iconic man-made buildings, shot in Iceland during two different trips there. All images have been shot with Hasselblad​ X1D II, Hasselblad XCD 21mm with Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters on the first two of them. First, the Gotham-city like Hallgrimskirkja in Reykjavik, Iceland. Exposure was 203 seconds:



    Then, the iconic Sun Voyager in Reykjavik, Iceland. Exposure here was "just" 91 seconds:⁠



    And finally, a repost of Northern Lights over the Black Church at Budir, which I revisited, cropping the image a bit on the right side to de-center the church a bit more (a change inspired by a forum comment, actually). Exposure for this one was a meagre 23 seconds, camera was the original X1D and of course no filters for this one:



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    Re: Two iconic Icelandic cityscapes +1

    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    While I mostly photograph natural landscapes, I also enjoy a lot working on cityscapes. In this post, I'll share with you three images of iconic man-made buildings, shot in Iceland during two different trips there. All images have been shot with Hasselblad​ X1D II, Hasselblad XCD 21mm with Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters on the first two of them. First, the Gotham-city like Hallgrimskirkja in Reykjavik, Iceland. Exposure was 203 seconds:



    Then, the iconic Sun Voyager in Reykjavik, Iceland. Exposure here was "just" 91 seconds:⁠



    And finally, a repost of Northern Lights over the Black Church at Budir, which I revisited, cropping the image a bit on the right side to de-center the church a bit more (a change inspired by a forum comment, actually). Exposure for this one was a meagre 23 seconds, camera was the original X1D and of course no filters for this one:



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    Several of our Condo Owners rent their units out in summer. It is so nice (and encouraging) to see families trying to enjoy their vacation during this damn pandemic. Here is a family crabbing at the end of our pier. GFX 50R.
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    Re: Two iconic Icelandic cityscapes +1

    Quote Originally Posted by vieri View Post
    While I mostly photograph natural landscapes, I also enjoy a lot working on cityscapes. In this post, I'll share with you three images of iconic man-made buildings, shot in Iceland during two different trips there. All images have been shot with Hasselblad​ X1D II, Hasselblad XCD 21mm with Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters on the first two of them. First, the Gotham-city like Hallgrimskirkja in Reykjavik, Iceland. Exposure was 203 seconds:



    Then, the iconic Sun Voyager in Reykjavik, Iceland. Exposure here was "just" 91 seconds:⁠



    And finally, a repost of Northern Lights over the Black Church at Budir, which I revisited, cropping the image a bit on the right side to de-center the church a bit more (a change inspired by a forum comment, actually). Exposure for this one was a meagre 23 seconds, camera was the original X1D and of course no filters for this one:



    Thank you for viewing, best regards

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    You tempt me into booking your 2021 Iceland tour.. If this virus winds down over the next 4-5 months and you have open spots I may join you.

    Out of curiosity, did you ever get any good shots of the church at Hofskirkja? I would love to see your take on that. I tried a few times to get a good angle and never found one I was happy with.

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    Went to a local (well, hour away) farm that had corn and a sunflower maze. A lot of good photos of my daughter (more to come), but for now I liked this one of the corn field.

    Aaaah! ...no! ....corn! I look out my windows and that's what I see, 360 surround pano...
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    This is for Matt Grayson! I love his cat photos.

    Since I don't have a cat, I get to enjoy others' cat photos online. As luck would have it, there is a new book out by the cat photographer who ruled the cat photo world since 1942:

    https://www.cnn.com/interactive/2019...tos/index.html

    Yes, I know, this may start a flood of cat photos. Hey, why not?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    This is for Matt Grayson! I love his cat photos.

    Since I don't have a cat, I get to enjoy others' cat photos online. As luck would have it, there is a new book out by the cat photographer who ruled the cat photo world since 1942:

    https://www.cnn.com/interactive/2019...tos/index.html

    Yes, I know, this may start a flood of cat photos. Hey, why not?
    ...you mean like this? My cat loves to interrupt my set when I'm setting up for a product shoot, usually right after lighting tests and tabletop cleaning...

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    Quote Originally Posted by docholliday View Post
    ...you mean like this? My cat loves to interrupt my set when I'm setting up for a product shoot, usually right after lighting tests and tabletop cleaning...

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    "Shoot me like one of your French cats"..
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    I was curious what the Contax 1.4x Mutar would do with the 120/4 1:1 macro on the Leica S(007). As long as you focus to under 2 feet, the teleconverter doesn't hit the rear element (manual focus, thankfully). Unfortunately, I couldn't get this combination to stop down at all, and f/5.6 is not ideal for more than 1:1.

    However! The 26mm extension tube allows the macro to completely clear the 1.4x. Larger magnification ... but still no aperture control.

    How about the 26mm tube and the macro with no 1.4x? Still greater than 1:1... Here's Washington's nose from a Quarter at f/16 (very tight crop) :





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    Cambo WRS / SK 35XL / cfvii 50c. no shift.

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    Cambo WRS / SK 35XL / cfvii 50c. no shift.

    Now we know the SK 35XL listed for sale is good.
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    GFX50R + GF63

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    Now we know the SK 35XL listed for sale is good.
    Haha! It's definitely good, I'm not minding at all that it will probably take a few months to sell it!

    I picked up the 40HR T/S, so my initial thought is that the focal lengths are too close.. but knowing how flare-y the 40HR can be, I may just hang on to the 35XL. I feel like it has a nice analog rendering to it as well.

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    Rising Sturgeon Moon over San Francisco

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    I got out to see August's full moon (aka the Sturgeon Moon) rising over the City by the Bay - it was quite a sight to behold...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nameBrandon View Post
    Haha! It's definitely good, I'm not minding at all that it will probably take a few months to sell it!

    I picked up the 40HR T/S, so my initial thought is that the focal lengths are too close.. but knowing how flare-y the 40HR can be, I may just hang on to the 35XL. I feel like it has a nice analog rendering to it as well.
    Image is very nice, I like the mood of it. The dark, late or early time of day, like your cornfield picture is something I enjoy. I know what you mean about the focal length being too close. I bought the 40-80 BR and let go of my 35 BR and I may end up buying it again, and not because I really need it. It’s a curse...
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    Hello Dave,

    thank you very much indeed, that is very kind of you to say - I am humbled and honoured. Glad you are enjoying my work

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    You tempt me into booking your 2021 Iceland tour.. If this virus winds down over the next 4-5 months and you have open spots I may join you.

    Out of curiosity, did you ever get any good shots of the church at Hofskirkja? I would love to see your take on that. I tried a few times to get a good angle and never found one I was happy with.
    Hello Brandon,

    thank you for your comment and for your interest in working together in Iceland, it would be great to have you onboard with us - let's hope that the virus will indeed wind down and that we'll all be able to travel again more freely by then (and not just for the WS of course!)

    About Hofskirkja, while beautiful and unique, I always considered it more of a "travel photography" shot than a true "landscape photography" shot (if these definitions make any sense, and hope you'll understand what I mean), so for some reasons when I am in the area I never give it "first dibs" on the best light of the day, so to speak, and I always end up preferring to go to a different spot (be it Skaftafell, Jokulsarlon, Lomagnapur, etc). As a result, while I have worked on a couple of compositions there that I am happy with, as you I haven't got yet an image that I consider Portfolio-worthy. Perhaps we can finally find the perfect combination of composition, weather & light conditions together

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    Two images from today's very early walk (started at 6am to avoid the heat & people).

    Both shot with the H3Dii-39 and HC80. The wide shot is a 3 image pano, made with a flimsy inadequate ballhead that can only be rotated if unlocked completely...

    Greetings from Munich

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    Quote Originally Posted by nameBrandon View Post
    Went to a local (well, hour away) farm that had corn and a sunflower maze. A lot of good photos of my daughter (more to come), but for now I liked this one of the corn field.
    GMTA again, we're on a roll.

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    Tom, Brandon, I think we're all on a roll and mesmerized and drawn to the fields . Recently I too took pics of nearby cornfields...but alas with a Leica rangefinder, so I'll have to post them in the appropriate forum. Beats photographing prepackaged ears of corn in the supermarket, as lighting is terrible there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Tom, Brandon, I think we're all on a roll and mesmerized and drawn to the fields . Recently I too took pics of nearby cornfields...but alas with a Leica rangefinder, so I'll have to post them in the appropriate forum. Beats photographing prepackaged ears of corn in the supermarket, as lighting is terrible there.

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    Fields may be overrated... where are the cats???

    All I have is a dog on occasions:


    Btw, this was the first image made with the H5D-50c in 2017.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Fields may be overrated... where are the cats???
    Don't tempt me....

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    We went to Alaska for a couple of weeks to take some time off and we asked some of our friends to come over and help themselves to some produce so it wouldn't go to waste, therefore I had to wait for more. We finally had some more stuff come out of the garden and I made a couple images of today's crop.

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    Don't tempt me....
    Oh, Dante.... temptation opportunity on aisle 3....
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