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03-15-2016, 03:53 AM - 4 Likes   #8551
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© Michiel Schierbeek 2016, Le Havre
From a series called:
OPALE ET ALBĀTRE
a survey on the coasts of Picardy and Normandy.


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A handheld pano taken an hour ago with the Z and FA 120 macro...there is a 5000px wide version flickr

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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
A handheld pano taken an hour ago with the Z and FA 120 macro...there is a 5000px wide version flickr

Nice. Much vertical cropping needed due to (handheld) rotation/misalignment?
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QuoteOriginally posted by dsmithhfx Quote
Nice. Much vertical cropping needed due to (handheld) rotation/misalignment?
A fair bit, but knew the risk, so comes the advantage of shooting in portrait, so much more flexibility. A steam boat came in just after this, pity wasn't while shooting!

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A few shots taken over the last couple of weeks around the home area whilst still not very mobile due to health issues. Things are improving though so hopefully I'll be going further afield soon. All taken with the FA 150 2.8 except for the night shot which was with the 28-45mm. Spring is eventually arriving and the snow is retreating. The pastel coloured shot was with a Lee 6 stop mounted resulting in a 30s exposure.







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QuoteOriginally posted by sculptormic Quote
© Michiel Schierbeek 2016, Le Havre
From a series called:
OPALE ET ALBĀTRE
a survey on the coasts of Picardy and Normandy.


FA 55
Love this image, and the variety of textures is fantastic. Can you share your technique for preparing this jpeg for forum posting? You have retained an incredible amount of detail and sharpness.

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Mud/Mineral Bath near the Sulphur Spring - Soufriere, St. Lucia. Taken with 645Z and FA 645 120mm f/4 Macro.
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QuoteOriginally posted by unkipunki Quote
A few shots taken over the last couple of weeks around the home area whilst still not very mobile due to health issues. Things are improving though so hopefully I'll be going further afield soon. All taken with the FA 150 2.8 except for the night shot which was with the 28-45mm. Spring is eventually arriving and the snow is retreating. The pastel coloured shot was with a Lee 6 stop mounted resulting in a 30s exposure.







Lovely shots mate. Had notification that Lee are releasing a 15 stop filter. You'd be able to shoot the eclipse with that!

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Lovely shots mate. Had notification that Lee are releasing a 15 stop filter. You'd be able to shoot the eclipse with that!
Thanks. Yes I heard about that filter and the curious tag line that you can make a 17hour exposure with it. You can I suppose, but only if the smell of melting sensor is something you're after.
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Thanks. Yes I heard about that filter and the curious tag line that you can make a 17hour exposure with it. You can I suppose, but only if the smell of melting sensor is something you're after.
You'd also need to run the camera from a car battery - good luck dragging that down to a secluded beach!
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Star trail from below the Langdale Pikes

Z and DFA 35 f/8 37 minutes ISO 200

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A couple more from the lakes. Went on another trip with Mark Littlejohn and we spent some time chasing the light, but never really catching it.

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A few from the last round of scanning...

Copenhagen from above - P67ii - 300/4 - Delta400 @ 400


Christianshavn - P67ii - 105/2.4 - FP4+ @ 100


Backyard stream - P67ii - 105/2.4 - TriX @ 100


Ohh and one of those random last frames, from when you are on a location shoot and just need to finish the last roll of film
P67ii - 55/4 - Ektar @ 200
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Hello!
I really enjoy this thread, there are some amazing pictures here.
I've never shot mediumformat before, and not much film either, for that matter. I bought an old 645 a couple of weeks ago, and recently got some rolls developed. Not to happy with all the photos, and not to happy with all the scans either... live and learn. '
Anyway, here are some of them:
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