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02-05-2015, 05:30 PM   #6631
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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
Some from a walk today with a friend and his two Cairn Terriers:

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Agreed, That first shot is excellent! The back drop jut adds that nice touch to the image.

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No's 3 nd 4 of that last lot were bit dull, so have done curves adjustments:



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itshimitis and mikeSF, some great images!

Here's another 645D pic taken last summer in Yellowstone. Likely the 45-85mm A but may have been the 80-160mm A (sure wish I had focal length shown in EXIF like you get with the FA versions).

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QuoteOriginally posted by SeatleDucks Quote
itshimitis and mikeSF, some great images!

Here's another 645D pic taken last summer in Yellowstone. Likely the 45-85mm A but may have been the 80-160mm A (sure wish I had focal length shown in EXIF like you get with the FA versions).
Thank you!

Was out at sunrise - well actually 2 hours before sunrise and again an hour after sunset, in two different locations in the Lake District - Elterwater and Derwentwater.

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10. The very last shot of the day - it was pretty much completely dark - 10 and half minute exposure

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itshimitis, #1 & 3 are my favorites from that set, very nice
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There is so much to say about ALL of those images taken with medium format cameras .... I am speechless !
Too many to comment on, one by one, ... sorry !

Absolutely gorgeous "everything" about those photos by all the photographers!!!

Cheers!!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ristretto Quote
Some pictures from our recent trip to Milan/Italy. All pictures with Pentax 645D and 2.8/55mm
I agree the third shot is amazing.

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here's one from last year I just discovered and processed.

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67 105/2.4 on 645D

Love the mood that your photo creates.

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QuoteOriginally posted by SeatleDucks Quote
itshimitis and mikeSF, some great images!

Here's another 645D pic taken last summer in Yellowstone. Likely the 45-85mm A but may have been the 80-160mm A (sure wish I had focal length shown in EXIF like you get with the FA versions).
Beautiful Shot!

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QuoteOriginally posted by SeatleDucks Quote
itshimitis and mikeSF, some great images!

Here's another 645D pic taken last summer in Yellowstone. Likely the 45-85mm A but may have been the 80-160mm A (sure wish I had focal length shown in EXIF like you get with the FA versions).
This is beautiful and just a wonderful image.

Susan

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QuoteOriginally posted by jpzk Quote
There is so much to say about ALL of those images taken with medium format cameras .... I am speechless !
Too many to comment on, one by one, ... sorry !

Absolutely gorgeous "everything" about those photos by all the photographers!!!

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Well said!

Susan
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Lovely, Carsten!
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Spent the afternoon and evening in Great Langdale yesterday. Gorgeous light at the end of the day. Had a first go at shooting g the milky way as it was directly above e the Lansdale Pikes. Have tried to read around processing milky way shots but can't get my head around layer masks.

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Surrounded by mist and fog in Ambleside I decided to drive to Castlerigg Stone Circle near Keswick to see what it would look like in fog. As I crossed Dunmail Raise I noticed that there was a temperature inversion on some of the mountains around me and drove into sunshine. Got to Castelrigg as the sun started going down and missed much of the sunshine because too many people around the stones, but got a few after...


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Carsten, nice work!
itshimitis, a few goodies in that batch!!
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