Dan +1 ... I love it...
+2.... looks great as well - although I prefer the more magenta cast...
little tilt test, cranberry bog cape cod
70 rodie, 2 deg tilt, IQ160, f11, focus at 20' (closest part of image is about 3' and camera is 3 ft above water)
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Another 'human motion blur' image! (any serious use of this image and I would have done it completely b&w)
Alpa SWA • SK 72 L • f8 • 1/4 • iso 100 • no shift
Recently acquired an Arca Swiss R3MDI which is being coupled with a 50 magapixel Hasselblad. I must say the images are astounding with the 43mm Schneider lens. Typically I am stitching 9 images together while photographing the painted walls in the Wynwood section of Miami. Here are two of the 40 or so images I have taken recently
Cambo RS, SK 72mm, IQ180, 2x2 stitch.
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Fantastic image Alan!
Last day of this year gave us a wonderful light and the whole family was out walking in a park. A few keepers even if the kids could not understand how I could stand in front of the same tree for...forever...
Alpa SWA • SK 72 L • f5.6 • 1/30 • iso 100 • 5mm rise
HAPPY NEW YEAR
got out a bit today cambo, 70rodie 1Q160, vertical stitch, 3 shots
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another with a bit of tilt, 70mm
last one, 70 again
First shot is my pick. Nice and minimal! Happy New Year to you too.
bout 10mm vertical shift to eliminate foreground, 70mm Rodie, IQ160
four shot rotation pano with down shift, merged quickly in photoshop. got stopped by the security po-lice ( i had my tripod set up Ansel style on the roof of my pickup!) even though i was on a public road, they busted my chops and demanded that i delete the images whie they watched. so i hit play, went backwards showing them the last five images. The next was a blank LCC frame, leading them to believe i had deleted everything, he, he. new use for the LCC
43 SK, IQ 160
out of curiosity,
same pile of ropes, but 3 yrs ago. Building has collapsed
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Please folks, lets get off the topic of restrictions to photography.
I have moved all of the related posts to a new thread in the Sunset bar where you are encouraged to go at it hammer and tongs in a gentlemanly way, of course.
meanwhile... Back to Technical Camera Images.
Alpa12WA ( handheld) /Leaf /Schneider35 [email protected]/125th /Bunker Bay W.A
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Thanks Thierry it is a lovely part of the world- Margaret River W.A
Dan - keep posting your shots - they all have a lovely sense of balance - and I enjoy them very much. If I can figure out how to use your framing instructions I would!
Thanks for the invite Yaya - I will check out the links
All the best for the new calendar year everyone.
Ladue Reservoir. A small lake I live on here East of Cleveland. Both images are from similar locations, 12 days apart. First one is a single capture, second is a three image stitch. Both are from the SK 150mm. No rise on the first one, 5mm on the second image. Both have been cropped vertically. Alpa STC, IQ180
The first one has a lovely mysterious quality, Dave!
Nice Images Peter! suprised to see they are only a few hours south of where I live!
Peter, the woman and child shot on the beach is very beautiful. Thank you.
I think #2 has the feel of the cold winter.
The first one is my favorite Dave! Really great.
Today I took my SK 120 N for a spin. Haven't being using it lately and felt like playing. This one became my keeper....
Alpa SWA • SK 120 N • f8 • 1/60 • iso 50 • 14mm rise
Hi Will ! nice site btw..
- I have a lot of family in WA - many in the wheat belt, a few sheep farmers down South and a couple of vignerons in the Cape country. A regular visitor this time of the year - and get my surf fix at the usual spots.
Micek - that is a lovely compliment - much appreciated and thank you!
Sbaze - blues suit cool don't they? However - the shots were made when the ambient temperature was over 40 degrees Celsius!
Lovely shot Dan - love the framing of the window by the shadows.
Wentbackward - thanks for pointing out the dust spots - now I am going to decide between another ultimately self defeating sensor clean or a pixel peaking hunt for all those spots - !!! -
Pete if cleaning the IR filter is too much hard work you can use the Spot Removal tool in Capture One. If the spots are in the same location in all the images you can copy+apply the removal to all of them
Or just let the LCC tool clean them for you...
I do think it is sensor dust - since I use the back on the artec as well...
I have a full copy of C1 Pro - but have never really used it much and certainly am not familiar with all its capabilities - previously most stuff was done in Phocus when I was shooting H , and with Sinar (of course) I have to use Expose both because the software ( whilst clunky in GUI) delivers the best white shading workflow for movements - and in SLR shooting C1 doesn't support the S2 ( tsk tsk tsk) - lightroom is creeping up on everyone in terms of cross platform utility and amenity..and that is what I use mostly - except when forced to use the Sinar software..which is mandatory.
long story short C1 has always been a don't really need it piece of software - but maybe I will get around to spending the required 20 or so hours to get up to speed - there is a lot to like about it.
* I am a rather lazy person when it comes to updates though - I never updated my M8 firmware, haven't updated my M9 firmware and haven't updated my S2 firmware...
I have decided to get Dave in Sydney to print all my large stuff - so maybe I will make him responsible for any cleanup required on Gallery files !!
Peter, C-One will sort out those kinds of dust spots in a Jiffy. So long as you remember to shoot your LCC (which I forget to do so often it ain't funny)
Cowls off, service time under a winter evening sky
- AS Monolith, Apo Sironar 135, about 5' tilt
- Plane of focus runs just below top surface
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