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12-28-2014, 01:08 PM - 1 Like   #6451
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645z and HD 90mm Macro. First sight of the sun driving out of a mist filled valley.

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this morning in Marin:

Sunday Morning
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12-28-2014, 10:09 PM   #6454
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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
this morning in Marin:

Sunday Morning
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This is the first 55mm image I've seen that doesn't make me feel like my vision of the scene is constrained. For some reason I prefer the wider or telephoto views. This one, is lovely. The sunset colors from the far reaching vista to the foreground is really nice.

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I really like the shades of gray and detail of these images.

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12-28-2014, 11:24 PM   #6455
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Beautiful.

The linearity is wonderful. Did you do lens correction?


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Thanks. I used automatic lens correction in camera raw

New Musée des Confluences - Lyon
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Showing the better sides of the boys Christmas morning. 645Z, 55FA, VSCO film effect plus highlight recovery.

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QuoteOriginally posted by susanb Quote
... This one, is lovely. The sunset colors from the far reaching vista to the foreground is really nice.

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thanks. Here is another using the FA150 and 9-stop ND

City Sunrise
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12-30-2014, 12:42 PM - 3 Likes   #6458
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My first bit of shooting since before Christmas. the weather has either been evilly bad or too good with no clouds whatsoever.

As I was shooting as the tide was receding, I brought along some hard plastic plates to put my tripod on to stop the tripod sinking in the sand....quite effective

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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
City Sunrise
I prefer the second sunrise Mike, as it has a more distinct sun and lacks the con trails.
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QuoteOriginally posted by gilal Quote
Thanks. I used automatic lens correction in camera raw

New Musée des Confluences - Lyon
Wow, computer graphics have come to life!

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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
thanks. Here is another using the FA150 and 9-stop ND

City Sunrise
City Sunrise
645D & FA150 w/Hoya 9-stop ND
Another cool shot. I must admit I like the compression of the tele over the 55, but that is me.

Is the prime 150mm readily discernible from the 150mm of the 80-160mm?

Susan

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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
My first bit of shooting since before Christmas. the weather has either been evilly bad or too good with no clouds whatsoever.

As I was shooting as the tide was receding, I brought along some hard plastic plates to put my tripod on to stop the tripod sinking in the sand....quite effective

From Rhossili

Pentax 645Z 28 - 45 + Variety of Lee filters

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2.



3. BW



4.



5. BW

Great idea about the plates. I wonder if frizbees would work too.

I'm partial to the color ones but I like the B W images too.

Susan

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Showing the better sides of the boys Christmas morning. 645Z, 55FA, VSCO film effect plus highlight recovery.
Good times, good memories.

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QuoteOriginally posted by susanb Quote
Wow, computer graphics have come to life!

Susan

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Another cool shot. I must admit I like the compression of the tele over the 55, but that is me.

Is the prime 150mm readily discernible from the 150mm of the 80-160mm?

Susan

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Great idea about the plates. I wonder if frizbees would work too.

I'm partial to the color ones but I like the B W images too.

Susan

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Good times, good memories.

Susan
Frisbees would work very well also. I picked plates with a circular ridge on the back to make sure that the tripod didn't slip
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I couldn't fit either the 645 or the 124G in my suitcase coming back home for christmas so will have to make do with the Solida III for medium format for the next few weeks. It's a fine camera as folders go but it's no reflex.
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An image from were i live guys, shot with the 645Z & 28-45 and a Lee Little stopper on the lens. Sunset on Loch Neagh, Co Antrim, very best wishes for the new year everyone.
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An image from were i live guys, shot with the 645Z & 28-45 and a Lee Little stopper on the lens. Sunset on Loch Neagh, Co Antrim, very best wishes for the new year everyone.
Lovely! And likewise with all best wishes for the New Year to everyone.

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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
thanks. Here is another using the FA150 and 9-stop ND

City Sunrise
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Another breathtaking shot, Mike!
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QuoteOriginally posted by susanb Quote
Wow, computer graphics have come to life!

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Another cool shot. I must admit I like the compression of the tele over the 55, but that is me.

Is the prime 150mm readily discernible from the 150mm of the 80-160mm?

Susan

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Great idea about the plates. I wonder if frizbees would work too.

I'm partial to the color ones but I like the B W images too.

Susan

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Good times, good memories.

Susan
I did some shooting along the Southern California beaches years ago. Three cheap Frisbees worked great to keep the tribod stable on sand and on iceplant.
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