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01-11-2011, 06:47 PM   #931
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QuoteOriginally posted by eddie1960 Quote
Tuco this is just stellar, I really like it. nice composition, amazing gey scale and tone and the 67 frame is my favourite i think
Why thanks so much. I like 6x7 frames for landscape too but this shot is a 6x6.

And thank you, Banjo.


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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Why thanks so much. I like 6x7 frames for landscape too but this shot is a 6x6.
This is definitely "your" playground as you make the most of it on all the shots.
I wish I could go back sometime to the WA and OR cost with a camera this time.

Talking about 67 and 500CM - do you know what makes you take one instead of the other or it is just rotating the equipment?

I am now looking at what I take with me between 645, 66 and 690...

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Why thanks so much. I like 6x7 frames for landscape too but this shot is a 6x6.
ha just saw that, my second favorite format and easier to shoot waist level on
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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
This is definitely "your" playground as you make the most of it on all the shots.
I wish I could go back sometime to the WA and OR cost with a camera this time.

Talking about 67 and 500CM - do you know what makes you take one instead of the other or it is just rotating the equipment?

I am now looking at what I take with me between 645, 66 and 690...

Cheers,

Luc
Thanks. For sure one reason is rotation. But most often the fact that all 4 of my Hasselblad lenses take only one filter set makes for carrying less gear and that is where I put my money in several ND and Grad ND filters for long exposures. Plus the hot swappable backs is a really nice feature. I can devote a roll to shots that will not be developed normally or shoot 100 film in one shot and shoot 400 film (or color) the very next shot with this camera. I have 3 backs for it. It really is my preferred choice.

Features my 6x7 currently gives me is the aspect of the frame, I have a wider and longer lenses for it than the Hassy and I have a metered TTL prism option for those times when I need it; otherwise, it is the WLF on it too.

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Another trip to Ruby Beach. It was a cold, gray and dreary day. I took this almost identical shot with my 6x7 a couple of trips ago.


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Absolutely exquisite! My idea of a perfect photograph.
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How to zoom with a TLR

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Hillarys Marina After Sunset
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Lights of Coastal Sorrento (Perth, Australia)
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How to zoom with a TLR

Yashica Mat 124G, Neopan 100, original scan is at 1200 dpi - ~2600 pixel square - ~7 mpix image
Yeah, that Yashica has a really good foot-zoom. Oh, wait...

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Absolutely exquisite! My idea of a perfect photograph.
Thanks

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One of the first shots when I got the 45mm lens. I was totally surprised that you could stack two filters. And the Pentax O2 bayonet filter is not a thin profile filter by any means.




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Peacock Flounder, Lake Worth Lagoon, Florida. 120 mm macro Hasselblad H4D, UltinaDigital U/W housing, Twin Inon Z-240 strobes.

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
One of the first shots when I got the 45mm lens...
Tuco,
Just amazing: one great shot after another!
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Tuco,
Just amazing: one great shot after another!
Thanks Banjo.
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More rocks




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That shot looks rather 'otherworldly' with such a long shutter tuco. Especially the middleground rocks. Very nice job, I like it
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A delightful old, but restored Couta boat moored at the Lakes Entrance jetty.
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