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11-10-2014, 04:56 PM   #6136
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Except for the snow caps, might be my beloved Appalachians and Smoky Mountains. Lovely...

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I've got quite a bit of dust in mine, but haven't plucked up the courage to attack the sensor. I tried it with my D800E and ended up with more than I had before so took it into a shop....
I have used the Eyelead gel stick sensor cleaner to remove stubborn specks that the rocket blower cannot remove. It was drama free and unintimidating. Just beware the inferior knock offs.
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Except for the snow caps, might be my beloved Appalachians and Smoky Mountains. Lovely...
Thanks George
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I've got quite a bit of dust in mine, but haven't plucked up the courage to attack the sensor. I tried it with my D800E and ended up with more than I had before so took it into a shop....


Incredible shot, by the way, mate
thanks!

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that's an artistic use of lens flare, LFLee. nice shot!

This morning up in the Marin Headlands:

Dawn's Early Light

645D & A35/3.5
(not a pano, single cropped frame, 3-exposure manual blend)
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Mike, you have a great canvas to work from there in the Bay area, and your vision is spot on. Your work invites me as the viewer in. Without knowing exactly what I mean, I'm wondering how you are challenging yourself; how are you moving from the iconic to the intimate landscape? Hope that makes some sense.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Don Boyd Quote
Mike, you have a great canvas to work from there in the Bay area, and your vision is spot on. Your work invites me as the viewer in. Without knowing exactly what I mean, I'm wondering how you are challenging yourself; how are you moving from the iconic to the intimate landscape? Hope that makes some sense.
thanks Don. BTW, i visited your website and really like your work.
To answer your question, I do shoot intimates when I see them, but my preference leans toward big, detailed wide frames. I could certainly stand to get more practice with the intimates; thanks for bringing it up, as I will make a point of concentrating on them.

Here are a few of mine:

One Small Step...

E is for Echium

Mossbrae Falls

The Minefield

That Lucky Old Sun...

Bowling Ball Beach (mono)

Point Reyes

Misty Mountain Hop
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Some more from Ireland:

All with 28 - 45 and the 645Z

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2. bw



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5.

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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
thanks Don. BTW, i visited your website and really like your work.
To answer your question, I do shoot intimates when I see them, but my preference leans toward big, detailed wide frames. I could certainly stand to get more practice with the intimates; thanks for bringing it up, as I will make a point of concentrating on them.

Here are a few of mine:

One Small Step...

E is for Echium

Mossbrae Falls

The Minefield

That Lucky Old Sun...

Bowling Ball Beach (mono)

Point Reyes

Misty Mountain Hop
Also wonderful work and we'll expressed. I have, for some reason, been posting my work on my fb page (donboydphotography). I need to spend some serious time with my website. Please keep sharing.

I have just started using a 645d after having moved from 4x5 to a Nikon D800. The Nikon never felt right. The 645D reminds me of the 67 I had fallen in love with without knowing it as it was my first serious camera.

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Beautiful capture, well done!
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Some more from Ireland:

All with 28 - 45 and the 645Z

1.

Any more questions about the DR on the 645Z? OK, class dismissed.

I've seen that very light in Ireland, but never captured it. Impressive and well done.

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Also wonderful work and we'll expressed. I have, for some reason, been posting my work on my fb page (donboydphotography). I need to spend some serious time with my website. Please keep sharing.

I have just started using a 645d after having moved from 4x5 to a Nikon D800. The Nikon never felt right. The 645D reminds me of the 67 I had fallen in love with without knowing it as it was my first serious camera.
congrats and welcome back to Pentax!

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Some more from Ireland:

All with 28 - 45 and the 645Z

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2. bw



3.



4.



5.



a great set. I especially love that last one. the light on the bricks is so nice
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congrats and welcome back to Pentax!

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a great set. I especially love that last one. the light on the bricks is so nice
Thanks guys. There was no way of using a tripod with that last shot so used Auto ISO. This is the first camera I've fully trusted to do this I chose f/11 and the camera chose 1/30 and ISO 3200.
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that's an artistic use of lens flare, LFLee. nice shot!
Thanks for the kind words,Mike!
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Got my first two rolls from my "new" PENTAX 645N back! Glad the camera are working fine...
Now I have difficult time choosing P67II or P645N going out...

Here is one using PENTAX 645N + 67 105mmf2.4 (via adapter), Kodak Portra 400.
(..... the mirror slap vibration from the 67 is gone though...)
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645Z + DA 25mm :-)

My first BW image with the 645Z

Tom,

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