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La Jolla by coulombic La Jolla by coulombic
Hartblei HCam B1
Canon 24mm TSE II
Leaf Aptus-II 12
Various Lee filters
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Erozja Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2013
Hi! :wave:

Your :iconawesome-plz: work has been FEATURED IN MY JOURNAL here: [link] :iconmyheartplz:

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ozl Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2012
Excellent pic! D:
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Marilyn958 Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Beautiful shot!
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cameraflou Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2012
Whou !!!

Interesting camera, system, and fantastic shot, is it more versatile system than the hasseblad v system ?
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coulombic Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2012   Photographer
It is substantially more versatile than the Hassy system. I can essentially use any lens on this camera, provided the image circle is large enough. The Hassy is really just a SLR, while this is more of a technical, direct-view camera. The Hassy, however, is far easier to use. My setup has no autofocus, no metering aside from what my histogram provides, and the image is inverted (though, I think the Hassy V is inverted, too, but I don't recall).

Different horses for different courses. That said, my setup always draws a crowd when I'm out shooting.
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cameraflou Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2012
Ok thank you for the long answer you system is very unique,...i would find the perfect system for medium to large format digital photograph, i like the arca system[link] but i think i really expensive for me... and for now i will stay with scan and film...:)
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coulombic Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2012   Photographer
I was torn between the RM3Di, the HCam, and the Silvestri Bicam II. The RM3D likely offers the best quality, but being that I already had a number of exceptional lenses that would work with the HCam, I figured I'd try it out. Turns out, I really like it. I find the quality pretty exceptional with my 80Mp back, and I very seldom need to use LCC profiles for color correction (while the competitive technical cameras are highly dependent on this for angle-of-incidence color cast correction).

The biggest drawback, naturally, of most digital backs is the exposure limitation. The shortest exposure I can make with my Aptus-II 12 is 32 seconds. Film . . . well, with reciprocity failure and a fat ND filter, you can expose away happily for hours, really streaking the sky and smoothing the passage of time. Miss that. I'm tempted to pick up a film back for my Mamiya just for this reason.

What do you use? Hassy V System, I'm guessing?
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cameraflou Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2012
No I have no Hassy V system or anything like that(pretty much expensive), I only used old film cameras.
But having already seen a photographer using a digitalback on a sinar P3 and the result he got, I was speechless ... the details obtained...:)

Your system looks really cool, but still expensive for me, I'll stay a little longer with my old machine ... and the film ...:)

Keep it up your good work...
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VitorRF Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2012   Photographer
Nice green rocks!
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thanksthatisenough Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2012
Your fantastic art is featured [link] - please enjoy
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