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01-10-2013, 05:23 PM   #3811
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01-11-2013, 12:31 PM   #3812
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Thanks Guys

Here are some more with the 645D and the 25 f/4 anything with an ISO over 100 is handheld:

1. f/8 1/50 ISO 200




2. f/8 1/60 ISO 200




3. f/10 1/30 ISO 400




4. f/16 1/6 ISO 100




5. f/11 1/40 ISO 500




6. f/11 1/50 ISO 320


01-11-2013, 07:21 PM   #3813
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here are a few more again with Pentax 645D and DA 25 f/4

1. f/16 4 secs ISO 100




2. f/16 1.6 secs ISO 100




3. f/16 6 secs ISO 100




4. f/11 30 secs ISO 100




5. f/8 10 secs ISO 100




And from last night this was from after midnight and a car braked quite sharply - I suspect he thought I was a speed camera!

f/14 30 secs ISO 100


01-12-2013, 05:05 PM   #3814
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These were shot in a small village in Spain where my wife's grandmother lived. Pentax 645, Tri-X at 400 and scanned on an Epson V500.









01-12-2013, 06:02 PM   #3815
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Truly terrific photos, Itshimitis and Jonathan Mac, and a perfect advertisement for medium format, whether film or digital.
01-13-2013, 07:02 AM   #3816
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QuoteOriginally posted by jva59 Quote
Truly terrific photos, Itshimitis and Jonathan Mac, and a perfect advertisement for medium format, whether film or digital.
Thanks

Got up in time for the sunrise this morning but was too busy being sick to shoot what was a glorious sunrise, perfect coppers and golds. Snow is setting in for tonight and tomorrow, but at least I had a good day yesterday for shooting.

All with Pentax 645D and DA 25 f/4 - no danger of me sending the lens back! I love it!

1. 1/10 f/16 ISO 100




2. 3 exposures fused in photomatix at f/16 1 at EV and 1 each at +/- 2EV




3. I photograph this barn a lot and normally have to combine exposures. With the 25 I am able to get wide enough to get a more balanced exposure, although I have tweaked them a little in LR4 and CS6

f/16 1/6 ISO 100




4. Handheld on this one and got on to one knee on one of the stepping stones across the Rothay to get as low as possible

1/50 f/13 ISO 400




5. Looking down Rydal Valley

f/13 1/10 ISO 100




6. f/16 1/6 ISO 100




7. Heading back, looking back down Rydal Valley with the Fairfield range at the end

f/8 30 secs ISO 200




8. Ambleside's famous Bridge House:

f/13 30 secs ISO 200




9. A barn on the roadside with the stars above

f/4 30 secs ISO 500 +LED light


01-13-2013, 05:11 PM   #3817
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Been feeling as rough as a dog all day, not having eaten anything and been sick several times. When I came back from getting some medication, I had a look at the centre of the village of Ambleside and thought that a shot I previously thought wouldn't work could work. not knowing whether the snow would still be here tomorrow I decided to ignore the illness and set up my tripod and used both the 645D and the D800 to get some shots from a few positions. It being a large village, it tend to be quite quiet this time of the year so I was incredibly fortunate to have set up and gauged the best settings when a lorry was about to pass:

Pentax 645D DA 25 on all shots

15 secs, f/8 ISO 100




sans traffic:

10 secs f/8 ISO 100




Further along the road:

30 secs f/9 ISO 100




converted in Silver efex pro2 using Acros 100 preset


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what a fine Sunday treat getting to view your work! laying in bed sick myself gains you added appreciation in my book.. that lorry shot takes the prize for me, but they are all fantastic.

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New to 645D, my first studio session

I just got my Pentax 645D,
here is my first opportunity to do some studio work. I have used here a 150/2.8 at f/10
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Nicely done studio shot! Two lights?
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QuoteOriginally posted by unixrevolution Quote
Nicely done studio shot! Two lights?
4 lights, I have posted a diagram here
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QuoteOriginally posted by neatpicture Quote
I just got my Pentax 645D,
here is my first opportunity to do some studio work. I have used here a 150/2.8 at f/10
Have you given any thought to cropping that square?
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captured this morning in Split Rock Lighthouse State Park, MN, USA. This is probably the most photographed location in the entire state of Minnesota. On a cold 1F January morning I was the only one there.
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After capturing this last post I found that my 645 200mm A lens has pretty bad CA's, which I was unable to correct using the 'lens correction' feature. So, I zoomed in to 200% and spent about an hour with the magic wand tool creating a saturation adjustment layer mask and got them under control...what a pain!
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Have you given any thought to cropping that square?
I think so, it was for a client and it made sense to have room on the left for text. Thanks for the comment!
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