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發表於 2017-6-25 07:46:13 | 顯示全部樓層
wk7leung 發表於 2017-6-22 19:43
Seize the day.

These days of the year ...  pretty much lotus-oriented.

Seized the moment ....
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 樓主| 發表於 2017-6-25 11:52:00 | 顯示全部樓層
25 June
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發表於 2017-6-25 22:41:05 | 顯示全部樓層
trytry 發表於 2017-6-25 11:52
25 June

Nice tone again!!!
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發表於 2017-6-25 23:01:23 | 顯示全部樓層
June 25, 2017 (Ilford HP5 w/HC110)

When you go out into the world, watch out for traffic, hold hands, and stick together...

Stick together....

Stick together....
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發表於 2017-6-26 01:33:05 | 顯示全部樓層
_0013111a_25062017 by wksevenleung, on Flickr

A very interesting view, indeed. The place is in Zhongshan.

Don't be misled to search for the place in the Internet and plan a weekend trip there for big fun, for it is the only spot in this so-called 'theme park' that will withhold your steps for a few photographs.

The place is called Mongolian Village.

It is actually delineated from the farmland there for the purpose of promoting Chinese herbs and medications that were said to be commonly used by Mongolians for staying healthy and terming with ailments.

As you can see, there are two goats on the boulder. They were inhumanely led up there by the management of the park for the purpose of visitors' photography.

No shades or water were provided up there on the day I saw them. I wondered why they didn't walk down or retreat to the rear to stay away from visitors.

Perhaps, the blasting sun had driven them crazy; they had become insane because of the tough work.

Perhaps, there is actually not much space up there for them to move around and there may be a concealed gate behind that stops them from coming down.

Maybe, at noon time, someone will go up, open the gate and lead them down for lunch and a short break before another 'road show' in the afternoon.

When things have become unnatural, they not only lose the value they intend to deliver but also incur hurt or suffering.
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 樓主| 發表於 2017-6-26 21:51:20 | 顯示全部樓層
espana 發表於 2017-6-25 22:41
Nice tone again!!!

Thanks for your complement.

26 June.



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 樓主| 發表於 2017-6-26 21:52:16 | 顯示全部樓層
espana 發表於 2017-6-25 23:01
June 25, 2017 (Ilford HP5 w/HC110)

When you go out into the world, watch out for traffic, hold hand ...

I like the way the couple is interacting with the spectators.
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 樓主| 發表於 2017-6-26 21:53:43 | 顯示全部樓層
wk7leung 發表於 2017-6-26 01:33
_0013111a_25062017 by wksevenleung, on Flickr

A very interesting view, indeed. The place is in Zhon ...

A very very interesting and sarcastic photo.
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發表於 2017-6-26 23:33:33 | 顯示全部樓層
June 26, 2017

One of the best lenses I have ever used  -- Alpa apo-helvetar 48mm.  Film was Provia 100f.  When used under the right condition, it can be great.

Crazy crazy crazy lens

Crazy crazy crazy lens
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發表於 2017-6-27 15:41:48 來自手機 | 顯示全部樓層
espana 發表於 2017-6-26 23:33
June 26, 2017

One of the best lenses I have ever used  -- Alpa apo-helvetar 48mm.  Film was Provia  ...

Interested in knowing the merits of this lens. Mind telling?
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發表於 2017-6-27 17:15:06 | 顯示全部樓層
wk7leung 發表於 2017-6-27 15:41
Interested in knowing the merits of this lens. Mind telling?

1) Color signature (very very schneider)
2) High (or very high) resolution
3) Virtually distortionless (I think comparbale to my Biogon's...  I do not want to start a war here
4) Sharp enough for my taste (and not clinically sharp as modern lenes)
5) Enough contrast for my taste (and not behaving like other modern lenses)
6) wide enough for most of my 6x9 applications
7) easy to carry around (just like 903swc but in 6x9)
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發表於 2017-6-27 18:57:14 | 顯示全部樓層
espana 發表於 2017-6-27 17:15
1) Color signature (very very schneider)
2) High (or very high) resolution
3) Virtually distortion ...


Thanks.

I heard of the outstanding performance of Schneider Super Angulon 47mm f5.6 for 4x5. I wanted to acquire one and use it on a Cambo WDS to which a digital back will be coupled. Dropped the idea for the time being because the procedings to have things set up before shutter release is really cumbersome, especially when one is shooting under the blasting sun.

I looked up the internet for your lens. It is a sexy lens.

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發表於 2017-6-27 19:25:19 | 顯示全部樓層
SDIM0886a_02012016 by wksevenleung, on Flickr


This closed pawn shop in Sham Shui Po has been dormant for decades I think. Lately, it is undergoing renovation to be used in future as a food premises. Cityscape in Hong Kong is changing fast. To those who got nostalgic easily when coming into contact with things they encountered in the early days of their life, feelings must be mixed seeing the tearing down of old buildings to make way for redevelopment. I am one of them. Reurbanisation is unavoidable. So, in leisure time, I like to revisit places I have passion about, taking the opportunity to make some records for savouring in future.  
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發表於 2017-6-27 19:51:12 | 顯示全部樓層
wk7leung 發表於 2017-6-27 18:57
Thanks.

I heard of the outstanding performance of Schneider Super Angulon 47mm f5.6 for 4x5. I wa ...

There are two different versions of 47mm.  One is XL (for 4x5) and another digitar (for digial backs mainly).  I use these two lenses very often.  For digital back, you probably want to go for the digitar's.  I am looking forward to trying Rodenstocks but not sure if I can afford any...
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發表於 2017-6-27 22:06:38 | 顯示全部樓層
espana 發表於 2017-6-27 19:51
There are two different versions of 47mm.  One is XL (for 4x5) and another digitar (for digial bac ...


I have some Hasselblad lenses with me.

Instead of using the Schneider XL and an H3D digital back on my Cambo WDS, I worked it out on my own to have my Hasselblad V-lenses and Sony A7 coupled on my Cambo WDS through using DIY adaptors. The two shots below show the V-lens and Sony A7 adaptors.

1  V-lens adaptor
_0011804a by wksevenleung, on Flickr

2  Sony A7 adaptor
_0011803a by wksevenleung, on Flickr

As have said, I have an H3D II 31 digital back that I can use on Cambo WDS. The problem with the digital back is it has no live view with it. So, I have to use a Cambo ground glass to focus and control perspective (for distortion control) in the first place before mounting the digital back on it and taking shots for post-treatment stitching. Another problem with the digital back is the lack of a compartment for holding the battery. Power is supplied via an ancilliary powerpack. The one from Hasselblad is a hanging type connected through a linking cable. Be frank, the overall setup looks stupid, clumsy and ugly. More adversely, the hanging powerpack hampers mobility, a condition that no user can tolerate while shooting outdoor.

In the very beginning when I tried using the H3D on my Cambo, I used a Schneider Kreuznach 24mm XL Digitar to shoot. This digitar is really superb but it is a nightmare doing focusing and perspective control using the Cambo ground glass; I just don't have the patience to go over the process, especially when shooting outdoor under the sun. Perhaps, the way out for this nightmare is to replace the digital back with a liveview one. Another problem worth mentioning is with color shift. Calibration can be done through taking in-situ adjustment shots, but such a measure adds to the clumsiness of the operation involved in outdoor shooting. Obviously, there was no way but to let go the 24mm XL and look for a 47mm XL as a substitute for the 4x5 digital shooting to continue. But, very shiftly, I began to realize that the fundamental problem of my setup is with the absence of live view functions in my H3D II digital back. This lack will definitely hamper swift shooting in outdoor environments no matter what digitars I will use in future.

So, I began to think about revitalizing the V-lens for perspective control in 4x5 photography using Cambo WDS as the basis for shooting. I ended up making the adaptors I posted above about a year ago. The quality of the photos are so so, but the setup really works in the field from the point of view of ease of setting up and mobility while shooting in the field. Here is a shot I got from using a Hasselblad 40mm lens on my Cambo WDS:   
3. Tse Shan Monastery
DSC04082-4a_19022017 by wksevenleung, on Flickr


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發表於 2017-6-27 23:08:42 | 顯示全部樓層
wk7leung 發表於 2017-6-27 22:06
I have some Hasselblad lenses with me.

Instead of using the Schneider XL and an H3D digital back ...

> In the very beginning when I tried using the H3D on my Cambo, I used a Schneider Kreuznach 24mm XL Digitar to shoot. This digitar is really superb but it is a nightmare doing focusing and perspective control using the Cambo ground glass; I just don't have the patience to go over the process, especially when shooting outdoor under the sun. Perhaps, the way out for this nightmare is to replace the digital back with a liveview one. Another problem worth mentioning is with color shift. Calibration can be done through taking in-situ adjustment shots, but such a measure adds to the clumsiness of the operation involved in outdoor shooting. Obviously, there was no way but to let go the 24mm XL and look for a 47mm XL as a substitute for the 4x5 digital shooting to continue. But, very shiftly, I began to realize that the fundamental problem of my setup is with the absence of live view functions in my H3D II digital back. This lack will definitely hamper swift shooting in outdoor environments no matter what digitars I will use in future.

Yes, maybe something like phaseone 260 or 280.  
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發表於 2017-6-27 23:21:43 | 顯示全部樓層
espana 發表於 2017-6-27 23:08
> In the very beginning when I tried using the H3D on my Cambo, I used a Schneider Kreuznach 24mm  ...


Yeah ... but the amount (likely to be over HK$320,000, I presume) to pay far exceeds the interest I have thus far accumulated for photography.

Sometimes, it is also big fun shooting with gear with limitations in them. Resolving the limitations is by itself already a big fun.
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發表於 2017-6-28 23:10:00 | 顯示全部樓層
Catching marine wildlife is common in local watercourses. There is a need for the government to right the wrong to protect wildlife from diminishing.  

SDIM0137a_28062017 by wksevenleung, on Flickr
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發表於 2017-6-29 00:44:00 | 顯示全部樓層
June 29, 2017

My two dogs (At the end of the day, only they come to greed me, if you know what i mean)

Ilford w/28mm Summicron

Shiba

Shiba
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發表於 2017-6-29 07:35:59 來自手機 | 顯示全部樓層
espana 發表於 2017-6-29 00:44
June 29, 2017

My two dogs (At the end of the day, only they come to greed me, if you know what i me ...


Think it is 'greet' that u meaned. Such being the case, dont wait for greetings to come. Put work aside at suitable time, and reach out. The kind of greetings u expect most will come back in no time.
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 樓主| 發表於 2017-6-29 20:09:36 | 顯示全部樓層
June 29.
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發表於 2017-6-29 22:02:03 | 顯示全部樓層
The sunshine drove you insane this noon. Took this one at about 1:30pm at Shatin.

DSC_4525a_29062017 by wksevenleung, on Flickr
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發表於 2017-6-29 22:50:50 | 顯示全部樓層
June 29, 2017

Acros 100 @ 200 w/HC110.  Photo was taken by Leica 90mm (fat 9).  Sold the lens some time ago, again, with much regret...

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發表於 2017-6-30 17:19:14 | 顯示全部樓層
Nice photos
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發表於 2017-6-30 22:15:18 | 顯示全部樓層
那些年
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWzlwGVQ6_Q

又回到最初的起點
那記憶中的臉 ...
誰與誰坐 ...
又愛著誰 ...
那錯過的 ...
那記憶中的 ...
瞬間閃過,
那麼近,卻 ...
那麼遠!


DSC_0311a_30062017 by wksevenleung, on Flickr
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發表於 2017-6-30 22:25:20 | 顯示全部樓層
June 30, 2017

My most used combination over the past decade: M6, 28mm Summicron, Acros 100, and HC110

May be I posted to many b/w photos?!

葡萄牙的浪漫葡萄牙的浪漫

葡萄牙的浪漫葡萄牙的浪漫
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發表於 2017-7-2 01:23:35 | 顯示全部樓層
Reach out and engage the world

DSC_0361a_01072017 by wksevenleung, on Flickr
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發表於 2017-7-2 23:10:50 | 顯示全部樓層
An old reading room in Hung Hom

SDIM8181a_21012017 by wksevenleung, on Flickr
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 樓主| 發表於 2017-7-3 11:39:28 | 顯示全部樓層
wk7leung 發表於 2017-7-2 01:23
Reach out and engage the world

DSC_0361a_01072017 by wksevenleung, on Flickr

Very neat. Clean and clear.
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發表於 2017-7-3 12:01:48 | 顯示全部樓層
"安和橋"   ... 宋冬野


"... 那些夏天就像青春一樣回不來
     代替夢想的也只能是勉為其難 ... "

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44I9u28Afp4

DSC4370_2a_29052017 by wksevenleung, on Flickr

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