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05-11-2016, 07:34 AM   #9046
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killer work, Ed H~!!

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Jonathan, these are lovely! great colors.

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I was a little disappointed when the clouds went away before sunset but the nice purple alpenglow tonight made up for it!
645D & 67 300/4, 6 shot pano


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QuoteOriginally posted by unkipunki Quote
The Isle of Jura from Keills Peninsula with the Z and FA 150 2.8 handheld

Andrew, you made me research the Keills Peninsula because that shot, with my (so far, only) visit to Islay and Jura in early March, had me thinking it could have taken from the former! The layered hills are superb and the seabird makes it for me.

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Jonathan - I prefer the Fuji160 shots of paris to the Reala set, although I like them all

Ed - Spiffing as usual - how on earth did you manage to get a star trail directly aligning with the tip of the AWA tower?!

Tom - Great to have these model shots as a very glamourous counterpoint to this landscape-rich thread.

Matt - Wonderful violet (mauve?) alpenglow. truly wonderful scenery.
05-11-2016, 11:53 PM   #9049
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QuoteOriginally posted by littledrawe Quote

I've been using this set-up for telephoto shooting for quite some time. Old Bogen aluminum legs(either of the 2 sets I have) a second hand(less expensive) Wimberly Gimbal head, long arca swiss plate to accommodate any forward or back movement on the clamp for balance, old film flash handle with arca-swiss clamp attached to accept the flash and cactus triggers.
That telephoto rig is awesome It's inspired me to try the same with my 300/4, just on a ballhead though I was able to find a somewhat appropriate set of parts at the local Samy's:



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Thanks Mike

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QuoteOriginally posted by lenticular Quote

Ed - Spiffing as usual - how on earth did you manage to get a star trail directly aligning with the tip of the AWA tower?
Thanks Lenticular. How? If I told you it was plain old good luck, would you believe me?

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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
Some Reala 645 shots from Paris. I still have a few rolls of this film to finish, which I'm going to try to do this summer as it expired three years ago. I find Reala is very nice indeed in subdued light but in the bright sunlight it's very saturated with high contrast, which I like less.


Paris P645 Reala 012a
by Jonathan MacDonald, on Flickr


Paris P645 Reala 004a
by Jonathan MacDonald, on Flickr


Paris P645 Reala 007a
by Jonathan MacDonald, on Flickr
Lovely stuff, Jonathan!
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I had a blitz of street-art photography on 13 April when in Melbourne, Victoria.

I used a Fuji GA645 loaded with Portra 160 and a Leica M2, first loaded with home-rolled FP4+ and then with a cheapish (compared with most other stock) Agfa Vista 200. I haven't developed my FP4+ yet however I received the link to my scanned colour prints today. I'm super-impressed (again) with the quality of Portra 160 and the resolution of the GA645 lens.

Some GA645 samples to follow, with all of the images I took loaded into the same Flickr albums, should anyone want to view more:






(That last one was cropped due to being at the start of the roll.)




And last, one of my old Husqvarna bike
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These seem to fit on this page:


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Tom - Great to have these model shots as a very glamourous counterpoint to this landscape-rich thread.


Mr Lenticular:
Thank you for the compliment
Sometimes a little respite from even the great outdoors is warranted

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Matt-- I prefer that single shot over the pano; well done. That 300 must have been stopped to f/45?
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QuoteOriginally posted by desertscape Quote
Matt-- I prefer that single shot over the pano; well done. That 300 must have been stopped to f/45?
Thanks! I like the light on the mountain better in the single shot but I like the water color and shape of the second.
I think it was more like f/16-18 but I should have stopped down more. The foreground grass is not quite in focus.
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QuoteOriginally posted by kain Quote
That telephoto rig is awesome It's inspired me to try the same with my 300/4, just on a ballhead though I was able to find a somewhat appropriate set of parts at the local Samy's:
Glad I could give you something to work with! The larger the lens the more I find the Gimbal useful for balance. I need to get a more compact flash bracket but this one was free so...
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I really like the way you captured moments in Paris.



QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
Some Reala 645 shots from Paris. I still have a few rolls of this film to finish, which I'm going to try to do this summer as it expired three years ago. I find Reala is very nice indeed in subdued light but in the bright sunlight it's very saturated with high contrast, which I like less.


Paris P645 Reala 012a
by Jonathan MacDonald, on Flickr


Paris P645 Reala 004a
by Jonathan MacDonald, on Flickr


Paris P645 Reala 007a
by Jonathan MacDonald, on Flickr
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Some from my local beach after a miserable week weatherise...

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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
Some from my local beach after a miserable week weatherise...
I'd give two likes for these pictures.
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QuoteOriginally posted by acoufap Quote
I'd give two likes for these pictures.
Thanks very much!
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