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11-16-2020, 07:54 PM - 6 Likes   #15466
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11-16-2020, 08:54 PM   #15467
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Thanks, Tuco.

You've been posting some amazing work recently, my friend!
11-16-2020, 10:21 PM   #15468
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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
One from back in January 2018. Rhossili, South Wales


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Very cool picture. What time of day was it taken? The appearance of the water and long exposure tell me it was probably a daytime exposure with a pretty dark ND filter but wouldn’t expect to see star trails.
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QuoteOriginally posted by 672 Quote
645D and 800mm
Fabulous capture. Don't see many 800mm extreme medium format images. This is special. What 800 did you use?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Lhorn Quote
Very cool picture. What time of day was it taken? The appearance of the water and long exposure tell me it was probably a daytime exposure with a pretty dark ND filter but wouldn’t expect to see star trails.
It was 7.41pm, lit by a full moon
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You've been posting some amazing work recently, my friend!
Thanks. I've been out trying to get pictures before the long, dull, week-long rain storms roll in one after another for the rest of the year and into the next. And now it has started.
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First image with the 645Z + 67 M 90-180 mm f/5.6, 1/1000 sec f/11 @ 90 mm FL.

Today the sky looked like the end of the world was coming our way. I received my 67 M 90-180 mm f/5.6 zoom and mounted it on the 645Z. This light condition lasted just a few minutes and the sky went completely dark and featureless pretty soon afterwards. Picture taken handheld well propped against the window frame of my Mazda (this lens is HEAVY), 1/1000 sec and f/11 in Av mode at the shortest focal length of 90 mm. Very impressive piece of glass ...


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this morning's burn in the California Delta:

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QuoteOriginally posted by barondla Quote
Fabulous capture. Don't see many 800mm extreme medium format images. This is special. What 800 did you use?
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"thanks , its the pentax 67 800mm f.6.7 "
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Second image taken with the 67 M 90-180 mm f/5.6 @ 120 mm FL.

Just before the sun totally disappeared, I had the time to capture this dramatic view. It looks almost B&W.

P.S. I always wonder who first bought this awesome optic new, didn't know what to do with it and then let it go for peanuts. The original owner must have paid more than 1200 $ for it many years ago and I just got it for 265 $ last week. It looks like new, shiny barrel, crystal-clear glass, mechanically and optically pristine, built solidly to last a lifetime. It sure proved to be a very bad investment for the original buyer.
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QuoteOriginally posted by RICHARD L. Quote
Today the sky looked like the end of the world was coming our way. I received my 67 M 90-180 mm f/5.6 zoom and mounted it on the 645Z. This light condition lasted just a few minutes and the sky went completely dark and featureless pretty soon afterwards. Picture taken handheld well propped against the window frame of my Mazda (this lens is HEAVY), 1/1000 sec and f/11 in Av mode at the shortest focal length of 90 mm. Very impressive piece of glass ...
Wow! What an amazing sky. Great capture, glad you were ready. Haven't seen a sky quite like this.

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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
this morning's burn in the California Delta:

Delta Road
645Z & DFA 90/2.8
Spectacular photo. Such intense colors.

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QuoteOriginally posted by RICHARD L. Quote
Just before the sun totally disappeared, I had the time to capture this dramatic view. It looks almost B&W.

P.S. I always wonder who first bought this awesome optic new, didn't know what to do with it and then let it go for peanuts. The original owner must have paid more than 1200 $ for it many years ago and I just got it for 265 $ last week. It looks like new, shiny barrel, crystal-clear glass, mechanically and optically pristine, built solidly to last a lifetime. It sure proved to be a very bad investment for the original buyer.
Crazy weather for sure. Perhaps the owner couldn't deal with the size and weight of a 67 and this lens. Unfortunately health can be fleeting.

Thanks everyone for sharing,
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QuoteOriginally posted by 672 Quote
"thanks , its the pentax 67 800mm f.6.7 "
That is a beast of a lens. You make great use of it.
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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
this morning's burn in the California Delta:

Delta Road
645Z & DFA 90/2.8
Very nice. I’m from your area and recognize those type of cloud this time of year. Sometimes dark on the topside, almost pink at times on the underside when the sun is just coming up.
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