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07-16-2013, 05:13 PM   #4276
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QuoteOriginally posted by abieleck Quote
I ... Do you bracket your longer exposures....or did you?
Nope, I rarely bracket for exposure anytime on BW film. You will find BW film so much more forgiving with it's exposure latitude than positive film. I do frequently take the exact same shot multiple times as a backup ( esp first/last frames on the roll) in case of a issue loading the real or local developing problems.

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Pomegranate harvest, Naxxar Malta, 2010, 67ll, 90mm,Imacon 343, RXP. Sadly, I cant remember what RXP is anymore, too many pixels since 2010.............
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Nope, I rarely bracket for exposure anytime on BW film. You will find BW film so much more forgiving with it's exposure latitude than positive film. I do frequently take the exact same shot multiple times as a backup ( esp first/last frames on the roll) in case of a issue loading the real or local developing problems.
I'll give it a whirl and see what I come back with. Thanks for the info!

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Pomegranate harvest, Naxxar Malta, 2010, 67ll, 90mm,Imacon 343, RXP. Sadly, I cant remember what RXP is anymore, too many pixels since 2010.............
I had to google Naxxar Malta....looks like an awesome location. Great color in this photo.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
I don't remember the exposure time. I shot this while waiting for it to get darker and do a longer exposure. But I liked this one better. I used the Sun Surveyor App on my phone to line up the camera and find the Celestial Pole since it was too bright out to see the North Star when I set up. It's an app for photographers too. It has an azimuth/altitude spherical overlay in the phone's camera for a live view. It came in handy.
That's awesome, looks like that cabin is about to get sucked into the void

I will have to check out the "Sun Surveyor" app, my buddy has a "Moon" app that probably performs a similar function, and has come in handy. I don't shoot very many photos with my phone, but it still can serve as a great tool for photography.

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QuoteOriginally posted by abieleck Quote
That's awesome, looks like that cabin is about to get sucked into the void

I will have to check out the "Sun Surveyor" app, my buddy has a "Moon" app that probably performs a similar function, and has come in handy. I don't shoot very many photos with my phone, but it still can serve as a great tool for photography.
Thanks. The app is mostly geared for finding the sun/moon rise/set/current angles plotted on a map as well as their ephemeral data. But the overlay in live view on the phone's camera is pretty cool feature.
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Love the long exposure shots guys.

Here's a couple of average shots I took in the excitement of my 45/4 arriving...:



P67
SMC 45/4
Velvia 100F
1/4s @ f/4



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SMC 45/4
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1/60th @ f/5.6
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QuoteOriginally posted by rob1234 Quote
Love the long exposure shots guys.

Here's a couple of average shots I took in the excitement of my 45/4 arriving...:
Congrats on the new lens. It's a handy one. I have stacked two filters on it before with no vignetting.
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Photo of some sunset colored clouds over the Portland cityscape. Shot with a Hasselblad 500cm and 150mm C T* lens



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QuoteOriginally posted by abieleck Quote
Photo of some sunset colored clouds over the Portland cityscape. Shot with a Hasselblad 500cm and 150mm C T* lens
A cloud formation made for the moment.
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This isn't a medium format image, but it's kinda about one so I figured I'd share it.
Last night was my first ever gallery showing of my photos. I had 4 images on display, 3 were from digital and one was a medium format film image. The show was a huge success, lot's of people came out and I sold all 4 pieces plus another one.
This is a photo of me next to 2 of my images ( the bottom one was shot with a Pentax 67 on Provia 100F). This photo was taken by my wife, using my Pentax Q.
Congratulations to you Swift1 and nice that you sold out +1 too

Im in Iceland over the summer and am going out and about with my 67s (+ a three meter tall pod and a small ladder) Got some Velvia 50, Ektar 100 and TMY 100 with me

See you guys, enjoy the summer
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QuoteOriginally posted by jt_cph_dk Quote
Congratulations to you Swift1 and nice that you sold out +1 too

Im in Iceland over the summer and am going out and about with my 67s (+ a three meter tall pod and a small ladder) Got some Velvia 50, Ektar 100 and TMY 100 with me

See you guys, enjoy the summer
Sounds like a great trip, have fun and we’ll look forward to your pictures when you get back.

Phil.
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"i will not talk to strangers"
Wow, you got that close. I'd be afraid the mother would be around to kick my butt.
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I have to spend more time in here. Been through the whole thread now, and back to a few spots several times. Loving the film imagery - from both the film systems.


QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
nice, GRG! and f/11 on that second one?, I would've never thought. fine work
Thanks! Yeah - f/11. It is a crop, and I needed a bit more DOF but ran out of shutter speed (no tripod with me). Still getting used to the differences with this new system.

Nice website - I think the Spirit of San Francisco gallery is my favorite. Beautiful city, you capture it wonderfully. Love the work in the Inspiring Places and Black and White galleries as well.


QuoteOriginally posted by Femtometer Quote
I'm still learning close-up photography, but here are some amateur photos of mine.
The first one is wild. Wonderful detail. Nice colors throughout. Love the flow of the last one.


QuoteOriginally posted by Ryan Tischer Quote
Some new images I captured a few days ago along Lake Superior:


Lupines along Lake Superior near Duluth, MN
Pentax 645D, Pentax D FA 25mm, ISO 500, 1/30 sec exp, f/9 (3 shot focus blend)
Used a 1-stop Daryl Benson REV GND



"In Harmony" Bunchberries in Cascade River State Park, MN
Pentax 645D, Pentax-A 120mm macro, f/10 (four shot focus blend)



"Palisade Head" captured along Lake Superior in Tetteguche State Park
Pentax 645D, Pentax-A 35mm, ISO 100, f/14
Used a 1-stop Daryl Benson REV GND
Simply beautiful. Love the Southwest photos you've posted here and on your website.

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QuoteOriginally posted by abieleck Quote
Shooting into the sun with Hasselblad and 80mm C T* on Velvia 50
I like this.

QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
This isn't a medium format image, but it's kinda about one so I figured I'd share it.
Last night was my first ever gallery showing of my photos. I had 4 images on display, 3 were from digital and one was a medium format film image. The show was a huge success, lot's of people came out and I sold all 4 pieces plus another one.
This is a photo of me next to 2 of my images ( the bottom one was shot with a Pentax 67 on Provia 100F). This photo was taken by my wife, using my Pentax Q.
Congrats on your showing and sales!

QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Thanks, @abieleck

A 120 sec exposure



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