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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    I very rarely get chance to shoot a proper lit studio portrait these days but I really should try, love this shot of my neighbour from a while back, it was just a bit of fun so didn't bother doing too much with the crappy background but I still really like it, it marked the point where I really started to enjoy the GFX.
    One of the things that this thread has done for me is to challenge the thought about what constitutes a portrait. Apart from a few notable exceptions - including a couple of crackers from Dan - the thread has a significant majority of studio style portraits - whether in the studio or just lit like they are.

    I don't have any that I'd care to contribute at the moment, but I do really love the "environmental portrait" genre. For me, that often tells more about the subject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelorus View Post
    One of the things that this thread has done for me is to challenge the thought about what constitutes a portrait. Apart from a few notable exceptions - including a couple of crackers from Dan - the thread has a significant majority of studio style portraits - whether in the studio or just lit like they are.

    I don't have any that I'd care to contribute at the moment, but I do really love the "environmental portrait" genre. For me, that often tells more about the subject.
    Well Pelorus - here is another one that isn't 'studio' Hasselblad 503 and TRX...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelorus View Post
    One of the things that this thread has done for me is to challenge the thought about what constitutes a portrait. Apart from a few notable exceptions - including a couple of crackers from Dan - the thread has a significant majority of studio style portraits - whether in the studio or just lit like they are.

    I don't have any that I'd care to contribute at the moment, but I do really love the "environmental portrait" genre. For me, that often tells more about the subject.
    It's an interesting thought and I guess it's good to be challenged sometimes. Personally I was more just thinking about how I hadn't set up lights for ages rather than anything else, I too much prefer the environmental, especially if they are part of a bigger story. I struggle a bit with what constitutes a portrait too, I guess a big factor is if you're photographing for yourself or for the sitter, for me anyway that's the case. The cool thing about portraits is that they cover such a massive range, story telling, snaps of your kids, commercial portraits, the subject is very broad and probably more than any other genre they can be intensely personal either to the subject or the photographer. It's interesting seeing other people's shots, also interesting seeing what's popular on here, that tells a story too. Anyway..

    These have probably been shown before but what I take nowadays is far from studio style. These from photographing orphans in Baghdad a few months back.





    This guy was a victim of a cluster munition left over from the war in Vietnam.



    A couple from Juba, South Sudan a few years back



    A girl on the street who walked past



    They all are very important to me but for very different reasons than anyone just looking at them would feel, just the nature of things I guess, certainly very different from some of the shots already posted, that's for sure!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelorus View Post
    One of the things that this thread has done for me is to challenge the thought about what constitutes a portrait. Apart from a few notable exceptions - including a couple of crackers from Dan - the thread has a significant majority of studio style portraits - whether in the studio or just lit like they are.

    I don't have any that I'd care to contribute at the moment, but I do really love the "environmental portrait" genre. For me, that often tells more about the subject.
    A lot of the posts on this thread are mine; they are mostly shot in a studio with a model for my own pleasure rather than the sitter's or for editorial use.
    I agree with you that this does not represent the whole gamuth of the portrait genre, just as long exposure waterscapes are a sub-section of the landscape genre.

    Carla on the H3D-31 / 80mm
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    Self portrait. Phaseone DF+ with Leaf Credo 60. Lens : SK 150mm F3.5 LS. Lights : Godox 600
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    A change of pace then.
    Taken on the streets of Jaisalmer (India) H3D-31 / 80mm
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    Nice thread with beautiful pictures!

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    Self portrait. Phaseone DF+ with Leaf Credo 60. Lens : SK 150mm F3.5 LS. Lights : Godox 600
    Imho, the self-portrait (selfies and selfie-sticks nothwithstanding ) is one of the most difficult to accomplish.

    You done good---kudos.

    Collectively, the participating thread members have started a Match.com profile for you using your portrait.


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    My Granddaughter H6D100c
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    My butifun Wi S007 S120mm
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    Musician Tom Pirozzoli. Hasselblad 503CW, PhaseOne IQ-160 back, Zeiss Sonnar Superachromat CFi 250mm. Outdoors, clear sky between two buildings.
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    schuster,
    A perfect example of transcendental meditation. I like it.
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    Niemo. P45+


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    That's a great shot Chris!

    Here's one I like from Gao, Mali, not a brilliant place to be with a camera to be honest, not much fun without a camera either!

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    Taken for a series of 7ft tall prints for a poetry festival. That is the Romanian poet Carmen Elisabeth Puchianu and her writing.
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    Same poetry festival, different year. French poet Emeric de Monteynard. This was on a Linhof view camera with a p25 back.

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    Something different. A commercial image for a (medical) vein specialists clinic. IQ180 and 55mm LS.

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    Lala, shot on an H3D-31 /80mm
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    My beautiful Wife H6D100c
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    Recent senior portrait. Phase XF, Schneider 150mm LS BR, IQ4 150, Profoto with SMDV Alpha Speedbox. Kinda fun to see the subtle changes with different MFDBs.

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    Recent senior portrait. Phase XF, Schneider 150mm LS BR, IQ4 150, Profoto with SMDV Alpha Speedbox. Kinda fun to see the subtle changes with different MFDBs.

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    Iíve been trying to convince myself I donít need the 150mm LS, you are making it really hard.
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    Iíve been trying to convince myself I donít need the 150mm LS, you are making it really hard.
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    I’ve been trying to convince myself I don’t need the 150mm LS, you are making it really hard.
    For portraiture---the Phase-Schneider 150mm LS BR is in a class by itself. I've always liked the 150mm focal for portraiture, and consequently have owned every iteration released by Mamiya/Phase/Schneider. The latest Blue Ring generation is well-worth the investment.

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    Phase XF, IQ3100, Schneider 150mm LS BR, Profoto

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    Vishaka, shot in Jodhpur on an H3D-31 / 80mm
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    Another one of my wife shot with Hasselblad H6D100c HC150n
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    Portrait of a different color. A magnificent horse and it is, at least, not a cat picture. 645D, 200mm FA
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    Subvert the thread time....



    S(007) with 120/2.5

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    Definitely not a cat, Tom.

    Georgy. IQ180 in studio. This bull terrier literally was about 50% stronger than my own bully. He sat still just long enough for this portrait.

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    Re: How about some portraits

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    Subvert the thread time....



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    Just for that...



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    John M. you beat me to it. The following is NOT - repeat NOT - a cat pic. Rather it's a demonstration of the bokeh of my (then) newly acquired Hasselblad XCD 90 lens. Shot wide open, because I just had to. To demonstrate the bokeh.

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    That gives me paws. But this thread is going to the dogs...

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    [QUOTE=jng;805258]John M. you beat me to it. The following is NOT - repeat NOT - a cat pic. Rather it's a demonstration of the bokeh of my (then) newly acquired Hasselblad XCD 90 lens. Shot wide open, because I just had to. To demonstrate the bokeh. QUOTE]
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    Oh, come on, lets get real...a cat is a cat is a cat and yours is a cat! (an adorable one at that).

    In my case it's technically not really a cat.....well, um...OK, so I'm a Cheat-er too. I actually needed to check out the focusing of the lens and found I really didn't have a suitable subject to shoot and just happened to stumble upon him lying out in the open (yea right).

    Pentax 645D; A* 600mm f5.6 645 lens.

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    Dave,

    Glad that you were shooting with a 600 and not my 90...

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    Another bokeh example.



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    Ebony 4x5 + Cooke PS945 + Ilford B&W Film

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    One of the most revered of master watchmakers - the independent Philippe Dufour. Photographed in Dubai recently. Open window on my right is the only light. Fujifilm GFX 50S + GF120 Macro.

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    Hasselblad H4D31 - HC150mm - f.8.0 - 1/800s - iso100 - 2xProfoto B1Click image for larger version. 

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    Bali, 2013. Pentax 645D with 75mm 6x7 f2.8AL lens.

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    Debbie. Western Australia, 2012. Pentax 645D with 55mm f2.8 DFA lens.

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    Archie, 2014. Pentax 645Z with 150mm FA lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    The opposite exposure problem of a black cat in a dark room. What did you use to set the white point?
    I'm guessing he used The Zone system. Works everytime.

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    I'm guessing he used The Zone system. Works everytime.
    Exposed to the right...

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    Think I may have posted this before, but I forget.

    I rarely shoot people but, every now and then, I give one of the mechanics a photo for his wife. This proud fellow wrenches on both these machines. IQ180, SK 55mm.
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    It just occurred to me that Debbie (in my picture a little way above) is "exposed to the right" as well... ;-)

    [She is ok with this joke, by the way!]

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    Desli on the H3D-31 / 80mm

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    Chum Mey, one of 12 survivors of Tuol Sleng prison, standing outside his cell in Phnomh Penh, Cambodia

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    I really like this one!


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    Senior portrait of my youngest son a couple years ago.

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    Photographed some years ago. Chinese opera performers.

    Hasselblad H4D-40 with the HC50. Profoto strobes.


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