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Forum: Pentax Medium Format 07-28-2015, 08:34 PM  
Here's the Embedded 645z colour profile for all you PEF and Lightroom users.
Posted By lenticular
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Do you happen to know where I could lay my hands on equivalent profile(s) for the 645D?

Thanks,
David
Forum: Mini-Challenges, Games, and Photo Stories 01-22-2019, 04:39 PM  
Alphabet Race (a very quick game)
Posted By lenticular
Replies: 53,087
Views: 2,186,188
'E' - Eastern Grey Kangaroos

'F' - fur

'G' - grazing

'H' - hairy

'I' - intimacy (between them)

K-1 and Sigma DG APO 70-200 f/2.8 (non macro model)


Eastern Grey Kangaroos by David M, on Flickr
Forum: Mini-Challenges, Games, and Photo Stories 07-29-2018, 09:26 PM  
=Capture a stranger street style=
Posted By lenticular
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Dog 'walking' in Takayama, Gifu Prefecture, Japan

Dog 'walking' by David M, on Flickr

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A Japanese postman suffers in the recent heatwave...

Thirsty Postie by David M, on Flickr

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A geisha, with 'friend'. From a few days ago in Kyoto, Japan.

Geisha with friend by David M, on Flickr

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Monks on a mission, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

Monks on a mission by David M, on Flickr
Forum: Pentax Film SLR Discussion 06-20-2018, 07:37 PM  
Post your B&W Film shots
Posted By lenticular
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Fuji Acros 100, P6x7 135 f/4 macro, f11, 1/30, P6x7 MLU version, handheld metering.

( Copied using a Pentax K-1 and Tamron SP 90 f/2.5 macro lens (manual focus), with LED light-table and Lomo Digitalizer negative holder.)

Echeveria imbricata (Blue Rose echeveria) by David M, on Flickr
Forum: Post Your Photos! 06-20-2018, 06:22 PM  
Nature Irix 15 f/2.4 Blackstone on K-1
Posted By lenticular
Replies: 4
Views: 475
My first shots with the above combo. Some of them are slightly cropped, due to some inadvertent vignetting to bottom left and top right, caused by the hood being insufficiently rotated (locked).

These three shots at, or close to, minimum focus distance. f5 for the last shot.
Forum: Welcomes and Introductions 02-26-2018, 02:01 PM  
Hello from France !
Posted By lenticular
Replies: 28
Views: 1,277
Bienvenu Raph!

J'aime la Normandie.
Forum: Mini-Challenges, Games, and Photo Stories 02-26-2018, 02:33 PM  
Alphabet Race (a very quick game)
Posted By lenticular
Replies: 53,087
Views: 2,186,188
'J' is for Jura

...where you want to linger longer.

The Paps of Jura by David M, on Flickr
Forum: Welcomes and Introductions 02-26-2018, 01:57 PM  
May I introduce myself ? My name is HelenJo.
Posted By lenticular
Replies: 40
Views: 1,777
Welcome HelenJo,

I'm only a youngster at 61. I still own an ME Super that I bought in 1981.
I look forward to seeing your photos and love your very positive outlook.
Greetings from SE Australia.
David
Forum: Pentax K-1 10-03-2016, 11:14 PM  
Pixel Shifted Images
Posted By lenticular
Replies: 1,391
Views: 167,935
The Long Hole boat mooring at dusk by David M, on Flickr

FA31 f1.8 Ltd, PS with MC on. 16 bit TIF output from Digital Camera Utility, input into Capture One Pro 9.3, then minor further PP.
Forum: Pentax K-1 06-16-2017, 05:42 PM  
Pixel Shifted Images
Posted By lenticular
Replies: 1,391
Views: 167,935
Thanks pinholecam on this thread (and elsewhere) for extolling the virtues of Raw Therapee. I just downloaded 5.1 and used it to process the image below.

Tamron 28-75 f/2.8 Asph lens, f6.3, 44mm, ISO200. Rested on a wall (no tripod), hence the cropped image.

Carrickfergus Castle by David M, on Flickr

A much larger (iMac desktop-sized version) is here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9dwIDu9gH7FdDd5YWRsTk1pQzQ (it looks a little over-sharpened by the stepwise sharpening script I use).
Forum: Pentax Medium Format 07-01-2016, 04:04 AM  
Post your medium format photos!
Posted By lenticular
Replies: 15,292
Views: 2,550,892
Some Portra 160 scans I received yesterday. For Aussies who may still be shooting film the Kent Street Studio in Sydney (probably ex Foto Riesel) does an excellent and good value job (I have no association with them).

All taken with the new-to-me P67 II ( I previously had a P6x7) and a variety of lenses.

105 f2.4 SMC lens at f13
Schlumbergera by David McI, on Flickr


75 f4.5 SMC lens, aperture unknown
1956 Leica M3 SS with 1959 Summicron 50 DR by David McI, on Flickr


55 f4 SMC lens @ f5.6
Portra 160, P67 II, 55 f4 SMC lens @ f5.6 by David McI, on Flickr


'The old and the young', 75 f4.5 SMC
Robert B and Jacob M by David McI, on Flickr
Forum: Pentax K-1 11-16-2016, 06:37 PM  
Post your K-1 pictures!
Posted By lenticular
Replies: 30,501
Views: 2,750,089
Great capture of the black-shouldered kite. What lens?


Two shots of the supermoon from Canberra, Monday evening.


Leica R APO-Telyt-R 180/f3.4 @f9.5

Supermoon 14Nov by David M, on Flickr


P645 ED IF 300/4 @f8, using Kipon P645 - PK Adapter

Supermoon 14Nov by David M, on Flickr



Leitaxed APO-Telyt-R 180/3.4 again

Icelandic Poppies by David M, on Flickr
Forum: Pentax K-1 10-03-2016, 11:27 PM  
Post your K-1 pictures!
Posted By lenticular
Replies: 30,501
Views: 2,750,089
Daisy depth-of-field by David M, on Flickr

FA77 f1.8 Ltd. Original camera-jpg uploaded to Flickr. RAW not yet processed as I was travelling with a new Windows 10 tablet and all of my PP is done on Apple Macs at home.
Forum: Pentax K-1 09-21-2016, 04:41 AM  
Post your K-1 pictures!
Posted By lenticular
Replies: 30,501
Views: 2,750,089
I'm away from Australia visiting family.

I have no real editing device with me except for rudimentary sw available via a tablet running Windows 10 - not mine to keep; as such I am posting in-camera jpeg output files only, with minor PP via Windows 'Photos'.


FA31 f1.8 LtdA classic CitroŽn by David M, on Flickr

A classic CitroŽn by David M, on Flickr


These were taken on an extremely dull day with threatening/arriving drizzle.
FA77 f1.8 LtdFishing on a gloomy autumn day by David M, on Flickr

'Diagonals in the murk' by David M, on Flickr


A ruined circular staircase at the 12th Cent. Anglo-Norman Inch Abbey (shake reduction working its magic at 1/4 sec handheld). FA31

Inch Abbey by David M, on Flickr
Forum: Pentax K-1 08-24-2016, 02:53 AM  
Pixel Shifted Images
Posted By lenticular
Replies: 1,391
Views: 167,935
Trying out some pixel shifted shots yesterday at a nature reserve. I used Motion Compensation as the water was often a little disturbed, by rare platypus, or by wind.

As expected, attempts at processing using ACR did not give good results, with clear colour issues in areas of disturbed water. Digital camera utility did seem to cope well with most of the movement.

I output 16-bit AdobeRGB TIF files from DCU and imported them into Capture One Pro 9.2, with only minimal further processing, and then C1Pro's claimed improved re-sizing algorithm (inherent to any of its size-reduced output recipes) to produce the 1200w jpgs for Flickr upload.

This first one is using a P645 300/4 ED(IF) lens, with P645-PK adapter.

Pixel Shift resolution, using P645 300/4 ED lens on K-1 by David M, on Flickr


FA31 f1.8 Limited (next 4)

FA77 f1.8 Ltd, PS resolution by David M, on Flickr


The Sanctuary, Pixel Shift resolution by David M, on Flickr


No PS in the last 3 images

The Weir at Tidbinbilla by David M, on Flickr

The Weir at Tidbinbilla by David M, on Flickr


FA77 f1.8 Limited

Brolga by David M, on Flickr
Forum: Pentax K-1 08-24-2016, 03:06 AM  
Post your K-1 pictures!
Posted By lenticular
Replies: 30,501
Views: 2,750,089
First two are with the FA 31 f1.8 Limited

The Weir at Tidbinbilla by David M, on Flickr

The Weir at Tidbinbilla by David M, on Flickr


FA77 f1.8 Limited

Brolga by David M, on Flickr

I've posted some PS images in the separate dedicated thread for those.
Forum: Pentax Medium Format 06-21-2016, 04:25 AM  
Post your medium format photos!
Posted By lenticular
Replies: 15,292
Views: 2,550,892
P645D and P67 200 f4 lens. Two from a few weeks' back:

Brindabella mist by David McI, on Flickr



This one is a 2-shot stitch. Mistiness on the left was approaching light rain (original uploaded at 1600px width).

Canberra winter squall by David McI, on Flickr
Forum: Pentax Medium Format 05-23-2016, 05:25 AM  
Post your medium format photos!
Posted By lenticular
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Views: 2,550,892
I haven't reviewed images on the last few pages (yet), comments / likes to follow.

Something different from me - I shall probably inundate this thread with such images in coming days...a weekend photo shoot and tuition at a local aviation museum complete with flying 'warbird' aircraft.

Shiny Spit at sunset - 1 by David McI, on Flickr


Jaws by David McI, on Flickr


Spitfire VIII Cockpit by David McI, on Flickr

Flickr doesn't do justice to the resolution of the last one. The control-column string 'cording' filaments are clearly visible on the original full-size image.
Forum: Pentax Film SLR Discussion 05-14-2016, 07:13 AM  
Post your B&W Film shots
Posted By lenticular
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Views: 1,078,017
I've really enjoyed going through a number of pages pf this thread. I checked what I've posted here before and it's been a while.

These are two fairly recent scans (home-scanned on Minolta Dimage Scan Dual IV running Vuescan) from HP5 I shot in 1981. I cannot remember the camera/lens but I know it's after I lost my first ever SLR which was a Soviet Zenit. This was a fabulous Easter spent on the Fanad Peninsula in Donegal. I grew up in N. Ireland.

Donegal, Easter 1981 by David McI, on Flickr

Donegal 1981 by David McI, on Flickr

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Those below are all T-Max 100, Pentax 6x7

SMC 55 f4
DVDM by David McI, on Flickr

SMC 105 f2.4
Sam and Tash by David McI, on Flickr

These next ones are bang up to date, having received the scan files from the commercial lab a couple of days ago. I love the 67 system and have now sold the 6x7 and bought a 67 II, although I ponder the cost-benefit of such a move.
SMC 105 f2.4
PLandThomo-000065560006 by David McI, on Flickr

SMC 105 f2.4
MV-000065560003 by David McI, on Flickr
Forum: Pentax Medium Format 05-11-2016, 10:54 PM  
Post your medium format photos!
Posted By lenticular
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Views: 2,550,892
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.
Forum: Pentax Medium Format 05-12-2016, 07:57 AM  
Post your medium format photos!
Posted By lenticular
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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:

street-000065570006 by David McI, on Flickr

street-000065570004 by David McI, on Flickr

street-000065570002 by David McI, on Flickr
(That last one was cropped due to being at the start of the roll.)


street-000065570008 by David McI, on Flickr

And last, one of my old Husqvarna bike
2003 Husqvarna TE610E by David McI, on Flickr
Forum: Pentax Medium Format 05-08-2016, 09:10 PM  
Post your medium format photos!
Posted By lenticular
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Views: 2,550,892
I love the first one in particular John.

I hail from your neck of the woods originally and we were back in mid Feb-mid Mar for significant family events. We stole 10 days in Scotland during that time :)


Something a little different from me (A35 on P645D):

'Must...try and contact home' by David McI, on Flickr
Forum: Pentax Medium Format 04-14-2016, 06:37 AM  
Post your medium format photos!
Posted By lenticular
Replies: 15,292
Views: 2,550,892
You're welcome. Actually I think I saw that piece of detail from your Flickr profile or somewhere similar ...my clairvoyant powers aren't so well developed otherwise!

A75 f2.8 on P645D


Back on the photo theme and continuing the bird theme (nice egret shots littledrawe), here's a beautiful Desert Owl called Cersei.

I had the pleasure of her flying onto my arm a number of times during tourist participation at a falconry display in Dubai.

'Cersei' in close-up by David McI, on Flickr
Forum: Pentax Medium Format 04-20-2016, 06:28 AM  
Post your medium format photos!
Posted By lenticular
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Views: 2,550,892
Beautiful coastal wide shots ishimitis and one from Down Under 2351HD.
Matt - braving very nasty looking conditions there.

...the weather was more benign here today :)

A35 f3.5 on 645D
Forum: Pentax Medium Format 04-06-2016, 07:01 PM  
Post your medium format photos!
Posted By lenticular
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Views: 2,550,892
Loving the images on this thread as usual. I have to admit though that my current faves are ffking's P67 Velvia slides. I've just bought a P67 II to replace my also-loved P6x7 MLU. I have a roll of 220 Velvia 50 in there right now :)

These few are mostly from a recent UK family reunion trip, for significant family events. Many more to be processed. Having gone to the expense of buying Dxo Elite Pro 10, I'm now thinking, as a long-term user for other cameras, of persevering with C1 Pro also for the P645D.

P645D, A75 f2.8 - On the Ayrshire coast of Scotland in early March:




P645D, P67 200 f4 SMC lens - On the wonderfully wild and under-populated Inner Hebridean island of Jura:

Snow on the Paps of Jura by David McI, on Flickr

same lens:
One of the Paps of Jura by David McI, on Flickr


P67 200 f4 again, Seals on the coast of Islay near the Ardbeg Distillery:

Seals on Islay (Hebrides) by David McI, on Flickr
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