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    Wow!! These are nice!

    The sunflower composition is wonderful!!'
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    Thank you for your kind words.

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    John, that is a cool image.

    I considered doing the in-camera focus stacking in the D850 but I haven't had the time or energy to do that yet. This at least gives me an idea how all-in-focus would look! Thanks for all your work on that one, btw.
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    Pentax 645Z 90mm f2.8 Macro @ F 5.6 4 images stacked in Photoshop.
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    Re: Medium Format Macros Anyone?

    Scary Dandelion. Leica S, 120 Macro.



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    Re: Medium Format Macros Anyone?

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    Scary Dandelion. Leica S, 120 Macro.Matt(There's a lot of detail not visible here. Click through and enlarge to see it better.)
    More like bad hair day!
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    not....exactly a macro, but shot with the contax 645 120mm F4, i kept a respect distance, even though those kind of spiders are said to be usually not deadly for humans.
    but the gfx resolution helped in that case, shot on jpg.... god damn it
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    not....exactly a macro, but shot with the contax 645 120mm F4, i kept a respect distance, even though those kind of spiders are said to be usually not deadly for humans.
    but the gfx resolution helped in that case, shot on jpg.... god damn it
    Great photo! uh... now I have great nightmares!
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    Not really a macro subject, but shot with the S-K 120 Macro:


    P1 XF | IQ4.150 | S-K 120M | f/6.3 |1/400 | ISO 50 | 88 image focus stack in Helicon Focus
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    Re: Medium Format Macros Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenspyder View Post
    Not really a macro subject, but shot with the S-K 120 Macro:


    P1 XF | IQ4.150 | S-K 120M | f/6.3 |1/400 | ISO 50 | 88 image focus stack in Helicon Focus
    Wow!!! I didn't know colors existed in nature quite like this!

    Beautiful rendering, thanks!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Wow!!! I didn't know colors existed in nature quite like this!

    Beautiful rendering, thanks!!!
    Thanks for the kind words Dave.

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    Re: Medium Format Macros Anyone?

    Wanted to share another water drop image. This was captured using a GFX 50s, GF120 & 45 WR MCEX extender, f/22, ISO 2000, bulb mode and 4-drops using a MIOPS Splash Trigger. This is a full frame no crop image. The heavy lifting was done first in C1 then finished in PSCC.
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    Re: Medium Format Macros Anyone?

    To complement Matt's S and 120mm macro image is my 645D 120mm macro image.

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    Here is the other end of the dandelion. We use the root to make dandelion coffee.

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    Re: Medium Format Macros Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    To complement Matt's S and 120mm macro image is my 645D 120mm macro image.

    Nice!

    I LOVED the Pentax 120 macro. I only used it on an A7II, but such beautiful rendering!

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    Re: Medium Format Macros Anyone?

    Not sure what actually constitutes macro, but this is one of the smallest apples I have photographed. It is a Sweet Crab apple. When they ripe, that is a brief window before they rot, they concentrate the sugar where it starts to make the apple flesh transparent. They are still tart, but they do have an underlying sweetness. While most people like simple dessert apples, the Sweet Crab is really a fine fruit if you are looking for flavorful varieties.

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    Spring is in the air.

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    Brewing goldenrod tea. The letters come from the mason jar containing the liquid.

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    BTW, this is my favorite apple variety: Golden Russet. Yes, apples do come in more varieties than green, yellow and red. The russets have a very distinctive taste, very earthy, very rich. They are good keepers too. It is a pity heirloom varieties have fallen out of favor.

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    Re: Medium Format Macros Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by PabloR View Post
    Oh, my, fantastic jewelry images!

    Sigh... I need a new watch.
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    Re: Medium Format Macros Anyone?

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    Nicely done, Stanley!

    I wish I had the patience to do similar work, but yours is so much better anyway.
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    Hi !

    I got myself a Mamiya 120mm Macro lens, and I am just learning the joy of focus stacking ...
    This is an apricot bloom in our garden ... stitch of 3 shots (should it have been 5 ?)
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    Re: Medium Format Macros Anyone?

    Nothing like shooting through curved glass. This is very much a work in process.

    Fuji GFX 50s, GF 120mm, f/11 ISO 500 bulb and 2-flashes. 3-water drops using a MIOPS Splash Trigger.
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    Here's another water drop from yesterday morning. GFX50s, 120mm f/22 ISO 1000 2-flash 3-drops using a MIOPS Splash trigger.

    Headed to Hawaii to capture whales with the new GF100-200. Guess I can't get away from water [/QUOTE]

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    This flower is about the size of a quarter.
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    Still working on my technique for stitching and especially recording pictures for stitching ...
    This is a 5-pic stitch in Photoshop, and final editing in C1

    P1 645 DF with Mamiya 120/4 Macro lens
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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Still working on my technique for stitching and especially recording pictures for stitching ...
    This is a 5-pic stitch in Photoshop, and final editing in C1

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    Some nice detail in that lovely image Rafael. I am curious about your image orientation for stitching and lens settings.
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    Some nice detail in that lovely image Rafael. I am curious about your image orientation for stitching and lens settings.
    It's a crop from horizontal images ... lenssetting f11
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    This one is stitched from 12 images, f8 on the lens, slight crop only
    Usual set : P1 645 DF with Mamiya 120/4 and P30+ back
    Stitched in PS, final editing in C1

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    Bird of Paradise at Dawn:


    P1 XF | IQ4.150 | S-K 120M | f/6.3 | 1/25 | ISO 50
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    Wabi Sabi macro...
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    A harvest of Sweet Crab

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    Belmont in bloom

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    Leica S006 w 120mm macro
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Wanted to share another water drop image. This was captured using a GFX 50s, GF120 & 45 WR MCEX extender, f/22, ISO 2000, bulb mode and 4-drops using a MIOPS Splash Trigger. This is a full frame no crop image. The heavy lifting was done first in C1 then finished in PSCC.
    Here's a unique take and approach.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=bVx-PFkDf_E

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Naturally, medium-format does not have to be limited to macro. This is from a 6x12 film back on a microscope. It is an image of a record (remember those). The groove is black, with the top of the surface in a rainbow color. The color comes from a microscope technique know as Differential Interference Contrast (DIC).

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    I guess it's the time of year when flower photography blossoms!

    Anyway a couple of close-ups from me shot on an RZ67 with the 140mm macro lens and both extension tubes.

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    XF / IQ4 150 with Phase One 120 mm macro. Two frames light painted with an LED light wand.
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    Poppy...

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    Wow!!! Perfect in every way! Love that, and all the work you put into it really shows!
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    Wild Garlic from the garden ...

    P1 DF with P30+ and Mamiya 120/4 Macro

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    here we go.... X1D

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    Myosotis from the garden ...
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    Re: Medium Format Macros Anyone?

    It's dandelion time. Phase One XF / IQ4 150 with Phase One 120 mm macro. Focus stacked in Helicon Focus and Photoshop.
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    Point of Convergence



    ALPA TC + CFV-50c + SK 120 M
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    Re: Medium Format Macros Anyone?

    Trio



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    WRS1250 | Zeiss 120/5.6 S-Planar | f/11 | 18-image focus stack
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