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06-22-2016, 07:24 AM   #9226
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I prefer without

06-22-2016, 07:53 AM   #9227
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QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
I like the trails!
QuoteOriginally posted by Ristretto Quote
I prefer without
It's interesting to see the trails but, from an asthetic point of view, I prefer the less busy version.

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Digging around the first P67 shots from early last summer... I'd forgotten about this roll. Happy 1st days of summer to all (assuming you're on this side of the equator).

P67 | 90/2.8 | Ektar100 | v750 scan

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Some recent Pentax 67II shots with Extar 100 and the kit 105mm f/2.4









06-23-2016, 12:21 AM   #9230
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ed Hurst Quote
645Z plus 6x7 75mm f2.8 AL

Firstly without boat trails:

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And now with:

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Super shot with the trails....camera settings?....nicely balanced to the image without trails...
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Portrait

okay, as a long time lurker... a one light Portrait / 645Z with 90mm 2.8
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okay, as a long time lurker... a one light Portrait / 645Z with 90mm 2.8
Lurk no more
A gorgeous image!
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Revisited a roll from last November... I sure love it down there on the Columbia Gorge.


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One from a weekend workshop , with Trevor Yerbury in the UK....645Z with 150mm 2.8, softened in p-p via NIK Silver to suit the subject....
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06-24-2016, 06:49 AM   #9235
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QuoteOriginally posted by LFLee Quote
dang!!! I need to try this !
How close was the subject to the lens?
Thank you!
I saw a similar portrait on flickr and I decided to try a similar set. For an adult's face the first extension tube is enough. I was really close, approximately 60 cm/2 feets from her and focus was set close to infinite. I hardly could place the tripod because I had not too much place between the lamps.
Unfortunately those lamps are not mine but my friend's. I would like to try more close-up portraits. On an another picture I focused not directly to eye but more like to nose/eyebrows and it seems to me more surface of face were there in the shallow depth of field zone. But she was blinking so I can't judge whether it would work without the magic of super-sharp iris. :P
06-24-2016, 11:48 AM   #9236
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also, the mosquitoes are as bad as i have ever seen them. So thick coming up in clouds from the grass. I had to take extreme measures to try and keep my blood!
zzziiiiiiiiiiikkkkkkaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
06-24-2016, 01:04 PM   #9237
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QuoteOriginally posted by nEjmEd Quote
Thank you!
I saw a similar portrait on flickr and I decided to try a similar set. For an adult's face the first extension tube is enough. I was really close, approximately 60 cm/2 feets from her and focus was set close to infinite. I hardly could place the tripod because I had not too much place between the lamps.
Unfortunately those lamps are not mine but my friend's. I would like to try more close-up portraits. On an another picture I focused not directly to eye but more like to nose/eyebrows and it seems to me more surface of face were there in the shallow depth of field zone. But she was blinking so I can't judge whether it would work without the magic of super-sharp iris. :P
nice!
First extension tube, is that the thinnest one or the fattest one?
I have some Acros sending my way and would like to give this a shot! by window lights and reflector from below (though not sure if there is enough space to place it )
How do you rate it, and how do you meter it (bulb in/ bulb out, location)?
I like the light tonal feel like yours.
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Thanks for the feedback on my shots of the Harbour Bridge. I prefer the one without boat trails, as they are not really bold or attractive enough to be a feature in themselves. The boat lights were better during last year's festival, but the bridge was not lit from this side. My plan (when I get time) is to comp shots from both years to get the best trails with the nicely lit bridge.

Settings were ISO 100, f8 for 20 seconds. Multiple frames used either to comp the trails or to get clear areas of water without trails.
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QuoteOriginally posted by nEjmEd Quote
Thank you!
I saw a similar portrait on flickr and I decided to try a similar set. For an adult's face the first extension tube is enough. I was really close, approximately 60 cm/2 feets from her and focus was set close to infinite. I hardly could place the tripod because I had not too much place between the lamps.
Unfortunately those lamps are not mine but my friend's. I would like to try more close-up portraits. On an another picture I focused not directly to eye but more like to nose/eyebrows and it seems to me more surface of face were there in the shallow depth of field zone. But she was blinking so I can't judge whether it would work without the magic of super-sharp iris. :P
The original shot is excellent....very nice dof on the eyes , and pleasing bokeh on the pearls....
Why only no 1 ext tube for an adult face?
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