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05-03-2016, 12:03 AM   #8971
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Beautiful shots and beautiful subjects.

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Freakin' gorgeous!
Thank you Dadipentak. The 35mm is not just for landscapes, works well for products. Fill the frame 3 to 4 feet away and it is very sharp.
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Beautiful shots and beautiful subjects.
Thank you Jonathan!
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A "Black-crested Antshrike" chilling out, taken with 645z and FA 645 400mm.

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Love em!
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A "Black-crested Antshrike" chilling out, taken with 645z and FA 645 400mm.
Wow, nice! I'd love to know more about how you pull off birding with the Z.
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Rodeo Golden Glow
645Z & A35/3.5
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Rodeo Golden Glow
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Excellent!

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Tonight I scanned the first of the four rolls of 120 I shot in the 645 while I was in Paris. There's a roll of Reala and two of 160NS to follow but here are a few favourites from the roll of 400H.


Paris P645 400H 012a
by Jonathan MacDonald, on Flickr


Paris P645 400H 013a
by Jonathan MacDonald, on Flickr


Paris P645 400H 009a
by Jonathan MacDonald, on Flickr


Paris P645 400H 002a
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Went out this afternoon/evening with Mark Littlejohn (Mark LJ on here) around Holme Fell in the Lake District.

Pentax 645Z FA 75 f/2.8

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Went out this afternoon/evening with Mark Littlejohn (Mark LJ on here) around Holme Fell in the Lake D
Looking backward from Spring to Winter. Nice
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QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
Wow, nice! I'd love to know more about how you pull off birding with the Z.
Hi Mattb 123. I actually shoot Nature/Wild Life, Architectural and Landscape/Seascape; but don’t really have a formula to pull off birding with the Z. Generally, for Birding I shoot with other Birders who know the species and where and when to find them. Apart from that, I move around with all my gear, in the event a Birding or other photo opportunity presents itself I may at the least have a fraction of a chance to pull it off.
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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
Went out this afternoon/evening with Mark Littlejohn (Mark LJ on here) around Holme Fell in the Lake District.

Pentax 645Z FA 75 f/2.8

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Great set of photos there! Love the quality of light compositions. I know some of Mark's work, it would be interesting to shoot with him I'm sure!
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After one of the rare storms that lasts long enough to actually deposit some water these trickle falls show up in Red Rock Canyon.







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Bit of a flat lighting weekend here but still out playing.



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