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Old 03-07-2017   #41
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I have avoided Flickr for different reasons but if we are going to go big with MF, we need to go big with photos posted. I wonder if any other options exist... Blog maybe?

Size matters in MF!
If you have a Google account you can post images from Google photos.
It's a bit tedious though since Google switched from Picasa web to Google photos.
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Thanks, Colton.., food for thought. Hmmm.. Gotta re-think this.
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Thanks, Colton.., food for thought. Hmmm.. Gotta re-think this.
Let me know if you go the Google route, I can write up something of a "How To".
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Let me know if you go the Google route, I can write up something of a "How To".

Hey, offer accepted! Thanks, Colton!

With my newly found medium format interest, I must go big!
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As with so many graveyards a rather anonymous collection of headstones. Luckily I found an elderly gentleman tending a grave and enquired. He kindly pointed out the family grave and noted he had known the last member on this gravestone, Matilda, "a lovely lady" , made my day to have a connection to Fox Talbot.
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Thanks, Chris!

LOL, I gotta change.
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Dave Lackey, described my thoughts exactly...
The colors and the texture(s)
it is a very interesting photograph

and thanks also for sharing

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Dave Lackey, described my thoughts exactly...
The colors and the texture(s)
it is a very interesting photograph

and thanks also for sharing

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Thank you, David.


This is from 2014


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Porta 400 on a Hasselblad H1



And Fuji Pro400H
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An old Fujiroid 400 ISO (special ordered from Japan!)
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My Son playing in a an outdoor Rock Concert. I love Blad Instant photos

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My Son playing in a an outdoor Rock Concert. I love Blad Instant photos

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Nice!! How recent are these photos?
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Nice!! How recent are these photos?
Six years ago or so. They won "The Battle of the Bands" that day.

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Cityscape and People by William Jusuf, on Flickr


with 60mm 3.5 CB


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New used lens, I was missing the 60mm and one turned up cosmetically challenged but it appears that is because optically it is very good, often the case.
This at f4 and on a P20 digital back cropped about 50%, the original as the full shop front and door which was not successful but the crop revealed a frame I liked.
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X2. That is very very nice.
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Thank you both, appreciated.
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Selfie
Can't afford the fisheye 30mm so make do.
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Very nice, Chris!! Nice selfie and a couple of selfie-bokeh images at the same time. I love the colors and composition.
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Impressive work/photography you are getting from your digital backs Chris. Very Nice
I might add that you and I expect the quality of the 45 back; but what you did with the earlier 20 back, and re-popped it 50% sure says a lot about the holding qualities of their digital systems.
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wedding1 by Nokton48, on Flickr

Hasselblad 500 EL/M, 50mm F4 T* Distagon, Fuji 400 NHG, 15 seconds F6.3, Flash on stand directly behind couple. They had to hold this pose for 15 secs but were having a blast of a time.
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Old Farm Museum in Woodland:

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Interesting series of good photos, you all are able to get the best result from your Hassy...
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Nice!!! I can't wait to load my Tri-X and do something with our granddog!
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Impressive work/photography you are getting from your digital backs Chris. Very Nice
I might add that you and I expect the quality of the 45 back; but what you did with the earlier 20 back, and re-popped it 50% sure says a lot about the holding qualities of their digital systems.
Thank you for the kind words. It is so strange that the old backs seem to shoot just as well as they did when new, still, they have to keep selling new ones so are allowed some hyperbole to justify the new price. There are quite a few who praise the old "fat pixel" backs such as the P20, I just wish it wasn't cropped so much.

Here is a B/W conversion on the P45+ with 60mm Distagon I have been checking.

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I can see the qualities of the 60 in use in here at various times; but as most know who have been following these medium format threads, that I just bi-passed all those lens, and went with the 40. My friend that shoots a lot with me has a Hassey SWC 38, with extra backs; and we switch backs between cameras depending on shot locations to fulfill "our dreams". I would like to add that I am very impressed with the other photo's posted up here by others too; as I enjoy how others use their equipment. I can honestly say that I have not ever photographed people; but the guys in the wedding business do extremely well with the Hassey in this area.
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Another of my wedding photos. Hasselblad 500 EL/M, 50mm F4 T* Distagon at F6.3, 15 sec exposure, flash on stand behind couple, Fuji NHG400
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Nick, that 80mm Planar is really a greet lens, I am continually impressed with it as your photo shows.
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Will have to join in at some point, haven't picked up the Hassy in a while, bought a black and white filter set I am planning to try out sometime.

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