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07-25-2020, 06:00 AM - 4 Likes   #14731
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Morning mist in Ohio

Morning fog or mist that we often see in early morning before the sun burns it away.

KIT: 645Z with Pentax 67 200mm f 4.0, a sharp favorite.

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07-25-2020, 08:01 AM   #14732
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QuoteOriginally posted by wa2kqy Quote
Hi,

Looks like a 41, 2 or 6. I had a 46 as a farm truck growing up. Learned to drive something not a tractor in it. They had just changed to that style and the war came. So, precious few 42s. No 43, 4 or 5 as they morphed into Sherman Tanks. Then, lots of 46 ones. And, some way into 47 but they changed the style in 47. So, not many 47s either.

I learned all this as the 46 GMC was also my teacher in finding parts in junkyards.

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Okay, thanks for the info.
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This marks the 10th consecutive year of taking a portrait of these two trees with various cameras. This year I had to change where I stand a little due to the shifting sands. My first pictures the ground was pretty much level.

The Living and The Dead




500C/M, Zeiss CB 60mm, Pentax O2 filter, 400TMY, D-23

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07-25-2020, 07:18 PM - 1 Like   #14734
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QuoteOriginally posted by SteveinSLC Quote
Nice star trails Ed, with good foregrounds. I haven't tried that yet with the 645z. How long were the exposures? Did you use an ND filter or layer foreground/background?
Many thanks, sir!

No ND filter was involved, no. I shot very short exposures (1.6 seconds for each one) for 90 minutes. Having exposures this short allows me to use a fairly high ISO (1000) and wide-ish aperture (f5.6) - not ideal for stars, but enough to allow them to show up without burning out the scene horribly. I then took ISO 100 f8 frames for the scene and layered those in. All-in-all, a lot of editing required!

The 645Z has the ability to shoot full size, 1.6 second RAWs back-to-back without the buffer ever filling up. The only limit is card space (assuming the cards are fast enough, of course!). You can see now why I am quite hard on my shutters!


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I love these!
Much appreciated!

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Hi all, I'm new to this forum! Here's my first contribution..



concrete bending – a moment of reflection and improvisation with Victor Polster who will be soon bring his immense energy and talent to Staats Theater Nürnberg for a new chapter.
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Welcome, i think you also have talent! Very nice.
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BLACKBERRIES. Pentax 645Z + 645 A 120 mm f/4 MACRO, 1 sec @ f/8, ISO 800.



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07-26-2020, 01:48 PM - 5 Likes   #14738
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cross processed fuji 50D e-6 120 film (very expired)...yashica C tlr....yashinon 85/f3.5

barely anything on the negative and the folks who processed the film did not scan it...fortunately have a friend that can and got something versus absolutely nothing!!

this being the second roll through the yashica C with very edges seems to indicate i should reseal the box with some cord





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QuoteOriginally posted by Aaron28 Quote
cross processed fuji 50D e-6 120 film (very expired)...yashica C tlr....yashinon 85/f3.5

barely anything on the negative and the folks who processed the film did not scan it...fortunately have a friend that can and got something versus absolutely nothing!!

this being the second roll through the yashica C with very edges seems to indicate i should reseal the box with some cord

Love the look and mood of these, Aaron!

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645Z with 25mm f4 DA

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
This marks the 10th consecutive year of taking a portrait of these two trees with various cameras. This year I had to change where I stand a little due to the shifting sands. My first pictures the ground was pretty much level.

The Living and The Dead

500C/M, Zeiss CB 60mm, Pentax O2 filter, 400TMY, D-23
Such a lovely series, Tuco. I remember your last post of these trees... Makes quite a series!
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Looking down on E. 48th Street, New York

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An oldie from 2016, which I only just decided to process.

Taken in The Rocks (Sydney) after a star trail shot was scuppered by cloud.

645Z with 25mm f4 DA
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Love the look and mood of these, Aaron!
thanks Ed !
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ed Hurst Quote
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Such a lovely series, Tuco. I remember your last post of these trees... Makes quite a series!
Thanks. Last year was an IR shot which I liked.
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spring morning, quick snap during breakfast
105mm + HP5 + caffenol
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Are you compressing your blacks in post to appear as 3/4 of the image has no exposure (base + fog density) or is that what you get from your metering/development?
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