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11-09-2014, 05:22 PM   #16
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Amazing photographs. The 645 would be a wonderful addition to any photographers tool box, but most of us are limited budget wise (hence we are shooting Pentax). Quality of the 645 is clearly shown in your images.

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11-11-2014, 01:03 PM   #18
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Awesome sample set Nick, thanks for posting them along with your experience report. Great stuff...
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how did i miss these before. lovely shots!

11-13-2014, 12:36 AM   #20
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Thanks to everyone who posted such kind words. I will endeavour to share more of my Pentax work as I think it worthy.

Here is a link to some of the pictures I took whilst in India. Not all were on the Pentax, some were taken on a 1DX with 70-200 but mostly Pentax.

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very impressive @nphnet

Camera aside, because we know it's awesome. How much are you enjoying that Rotalux/B1 combo? I've got the Rotalux 100cm Deep Octa, but have been thinking changing over to Profoto heads right away.
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Rotalux / B1

I use the B1 with my professional work as a wedding photographer too. The speed with which the Rotalux goes together and attaches to the B1 is a no brainer when time is tight. It works so well at that size with an assistant just holding the head with no support either. On a steady Manfroto stand it is very easy for good portraiture.
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Is the Pentax a good match for the Profoto B1?

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Great work Nick, amazing pictures and a great story to go with. Thank you for sharing!

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