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10-04-2015, 02:34 PM - 1 Like   #7606
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ed Hurst Quote
A golden oldie here. Shot on 67ii (not sure which lens) on Provia 100F (@200)
Alive, a classic!

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That train photo is stunning!!

QuoteOriginally posted by Ed Hurst Quote
645D plus 6x7 300mm f4 EDIF

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645D plus 25mm f4 DA

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645D plus 28-45 zoom @ 32mm

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645D plus 90mm DFA

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A golden oldie here. Shot on 67ii (not sure which lens) on Provia 100F (@200)

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QuoteOriginally posted by Ed Hurst Quote
645D plus 6x7 300mm f4 EDIF

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645D plus 25mm f4 DA

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645D plus 28-45 zoom @ 32mm



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645D plus 90mm DFA

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A golden oldie here. Shot on 67ii (not sure which lens) on Provia 100F (@200)

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That number 3 shot is astonishing!. Love the classic B&W choo-choo too

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QuoteOriginally posted by 672 Quote
645Z, A 35mm, FA 75mm, DFA 90mm
1, 3 and 5 are favourites, with #1 the most evocative for me.

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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
Some more from the Lake District with the 645Z

DA 25 f/4 18 minute exposure...



Dawn this morning at Castlerigg - yes the light was very blue this morning - Lightroom Auto WB wanted to neutralise it, but this is pretty much how the cloud was lit - was about 30 mins before sunrise



FA 80 -160



FA 33 - 55 at 45mm - multi shot handheld pano looking towards the Helvellyn range across Thirlmere:


I really like the atmospheric standing stone circle photos, particularly the second one.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Vitzthumb Quote
Hey all! I read this thread regularly and this is my first time posting. Here are a few of the photos from my first roll of medium format film ever.

All with a Pentax 67, SMCM 165mm 2.8, on Kodak 400 film.





Any comments welcome.
Thanks!
Congratulations on your first post to this thread and your first MF experience!
I like your first one, although I would have included the girl's full left knee! Her head has a slightly disembodied look due to the DOF, however I like the effect.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Ristretto Quote
Some shots from our recent Holidays in the "Berner Oberland" in Switzerland.
Spectacular.

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A couple from this morning.
Crates
645D & DFA25/4
Crates
645D & DFA150

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Thank you very much to everyone who left me feedback on my recent upload - really appreciate it!
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Hoorah!

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A couple from this morning.
Crates
645D & DFA25/4
Crates
645D & DFA150
Mike, as a fellow 645D owner, thank you for consistently impressing with your shots in the face of multiple 645Z onslaughts (!), giving me hope that I can also get good colour in time from my 645D images.
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More industry with the FA 80-160.



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QuoteOriginally posted by 672 Quote
645Z, A 35mm, FA 75mm, DFA 90mm
Lovely images, I miss home when seeing images like these.
Oqaatsut is such peaceful place
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QuoteOriginally posted by lenticular Quote
Mike, as a fellow 645D owner, thank you for consistently impressing with your shots in the face of multiple 645Z onslaughts (!), giving me hope that I can also get good colour in time from my 645D images.
ha thanks.
I will eventually upgrade to the Z since it is a more modern camera, but rest assured the 645D is not lacking in color rendering. Moreover, now is a great time for FF waiters and canikon refugees to upgrade to medium format, as 645D prices are lower than ever before.
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Two from my first roll ever through a Pentax 6x7 recently purchased. I'm not sure the shallow DoF worked in the beach scene, that is I'm not sure I got any of it in crisp focus! The shot of the 'pigface' native succulent was interesting; when I examined the scan there appeared to be a distinct line or edge in the purple flower. I'm attributing that to a scanning artefact.

Fuji Reala 100 colour negative film. 105 f2.4 lens (the last SMC version). Commercially developed and home-scanned using Epson V700 Photo.




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I'm not sure what f-stop you used but I've found with the 6x7 I have to use one stop stop down from what I would with 35mm due to the dof problem you experienced. In other words, If I were going to shoot with 35mm and f5.6 I'd use f8 with the 6x7...more shallow dof regardless the lens chosen. At least that's my experience.
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P645D colour (color)

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ha thanks.
I will eventually upgrade to the Z since it is a more modern camera, but rest assured the 645D is not lacking in color rendering.
Thanks for the reassurance May I ask what RAW processor you use?

I am concluding that Phase One's lack of support to its serious competitors (P645D/Z and Leica S systems) means I will have to bite the bullet and start learning LR processing, as opposed to merely playing with it as an adjunct to my C1 Pro approach.

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QuoteOriginally posted by ColColt Quote
I'm not sure what f-stop you used but I've found with the 6x7 I have to use one stop stop down from what I would with 35mm due to the dof problem you experienced. In other words, If I were going to shoot with 35mm and f5.6 I'd use f8 with the 6x7...more shallow dof regardless the lens chosen. At least that's my experience.

Thanks Col - I was probably shooting it close to wide-open in fact! I was after a very shallow DOF look, however when I examined the scan I just wasn't convinced that I had achieved a very distinct focal plane, however shallow. There was quite a wind blowing and so it could be due to camera shake. I would have used the MLU in any case.
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