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    I just printed some pictures from the Death Valley workshop at 21x28, and let me just say HOLY %$^@$%!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    I just printed some pictures from the Death Valley workshop at 21x28, and let me just say HOLY %$^@$%!!!

    Thank you,

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    Welcome to the dark side Matt -- I hate to say "I told you so" so I wont.

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    I will, told you so. LOL
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    Blue hour in St. Thomas.
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    Very nice Peter!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    I just printed some pictures from the Death Valley workshop at 21x28, and let me just say HOLY %$^@$%!!!

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    I knew that I just heard all hope being abandoned in NYC!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    I just printed some pictures from the Death Valley workshop at 21x28, and let me just say HOLY %$^@$%!!!

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    Matt
    I have a few that I am going to print, but I have to send mine out as my printer can only print 13" wide.
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    I borrowed a friend's 7900. But seriously, Bryan, get a 3800/3880. It's not much bigger than a 13" printer, and it can print from 4x6 to 17x25. I *love* mine, but now I'm having 7900/9900 lust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    I borrowed a friend's 7900. But seriously, Bryan, get a 3800/3880. It's not much bigger than a 13" printer, and it can print from 4x6 to 17x25. I *love* mine, but now I'm having 7900/9900 lust.

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    I will look into that, thanks Matt. I have only seen the 9900 and it is quite an impressive looking piece of equipment.
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    Matt and Bryan,

    Some time ago I purchased a 7880, and every time I print with it, I am amazed by the quality. But honestly, I find myself printing sizes that could be done on the 3880/4900 more often than the larger prints.

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    +1
    I have a 9880 with Image Print RIP. For the times I print large, it would be MUCH more economical to send it out. There are a lot of fine print services out there who will work with you to match colors, print small proofs and provide large prints at a much lower cost than owning one of these. When I sell my 9880, I will be going this route. Not quite as instantly gratifying, but a heck of a lot less expensive. But I am not a pro providing large prints to clients all the time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BANKER1 View Post
    Matt and Bryan,

    Some time ago I purchased a 7880, and every time I print with it, I am amazed by the quality. But honestly, I find myself printing sizes that could be done on the 3880/4900 more often than the larger prints.

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    Four Image, 3 exposure Stitch, Cambo WDS, SK 35mm, P45+, Adobe RGB.




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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    but now I'm having 7900/9900 lust.

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    Ah yes, the pit gets deeper and deeper, doesn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by macoberly View Post
    Four Image, 3 exposure Stitch, Cambo WDS, SK 35mm, P45+, Adobe RGB.




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    Stunning Mac, great image!
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    GREETINGS to the Alpa team in Zurich! I was 'in town' yesterday for a quick walk in the citycentre, absolutely no time for visiting, but I thought I send you a typical postcard photograph here instead

    I made i few handheld snapshots, this one 1/125 at f8 and 100iso. As you can see in the corners, no centrefilter on the 35 XL, but I quite like that sometimes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TH_Alpa View Post
    Graham,

    In other words, a view camera with asymmetrical tilt and swing axis and a "2-point" tilt/swing possibility with the 1st point in the desired focus plane set in focus, then tilt or swing until a 2nd point in the desired sharpness plane gets sharp while the 1st point remains in focus (because lying in the tilt/swing axis) is the only solution for a methodic and fast setting.

    This cannot be obtained with a "tech" camera. But IMO, it is not necessary:

    Best regards
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    ...so Thierry, what are your definitions of "Tech" and "View" cameras?

    I am thinking about making a rigid view camera, giving the standard to standard rigidity of the modern "Tech" cameras with the movements of a "proper" (monorail) view camera.

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    Just finished looking through this thread and it is very interesting to me what it is being done here.

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    Thanks Dan!

    I was not "in town" at that time, but the other members of the team were not far away: as you know, the offices of Alpa are a 15 min walk away from the place you have taken the photography.

    Your greetings are much appreciated.

    Thanks and best regards from the whole Alpa team
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    GREETINGS to the Alpa team in Zurich! I was 'in town' yesterday for a quick walk in the citycentre, absolutely no time for visiting, but I thought I send you a typical postcard photograph here instead

    I made i few handheld snapshots, this one 1/125 at f8 and 100iso. As you can see in the corners, no centrefilter on the 35 XL, but I quite like that sometimes...


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    Dear Dick,

    For me, "view camera" = front standard + rear standard + bellows in-between + lens, the whole on a rail and with shift/tilt/swing movements.

    But this can be argued.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dick View Post
    ...so Thierry, what are your definitions of "Tech" and "View" cameras?

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    I'd agree with Thierry.

    By convention, a "technical camera" has a rigid body connecting the front and rear standards, where a "view camera" has independent front and rear standards connected by a bar (referred to as the optical bench) and made light-tight with a flexible bellows between the standards. The view camera could have all or limited movements at either end. Intermediate to these were the "press camera" which was basically a folding view camera with the standards connected via a flat bed, still light-tight via a bellows.

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    So what about a Linhof Techno? It would appear to be somewhat of a schizophrenic
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Technical camera referred to metal flat-bed cameras that had front and rear movements like the models from Linhof and Wista. Technical cameras are view cameras which is a large category. Monorail camera is one type of view camera (Sinar, Horseman, Cambo) as is flat-bed cameras, which technical cameras fall under, is another (Deardoff, Wista, Wisner). The technical cameras from Alpa and Arca Swiss is just a new camera design that has been named as a technical camera. Can an Alpa camera like the TC that has no movements be a technical camera? Alpa thinks so, but it is a rather weak claim. The Techno would fall under the category of technical camera.

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    Alpa SWA | SK 35 XL | f8 | 12 seconds with 6 stop ND | iso 25 | no shift

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    With great appreciation I have been quietly listening to people here and watching nice images go by.
    Dan, you do a mighty fine job!
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    2x2 stitch, Cambo, Rodie 55mm, IQ180.


    This is why I love MFD. You can almost read the credit card numbers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    I'd agree with Thierry.

    By convention, a "technical camera" has a rigid body connecting the front and rear standards, where a "view camera" has independent front and rear standards connected by a bar (referred to as the optical bench) and made light-tight with a flexible bellows between the standards. The view camera could have all or limited movements at either end. Intermediate to these were the "press camera" which was basically a folding view camera with the standards connected via a flat bed, still light-tight via a bellows.

    Cheers,
    Thanks, Jack... so it seems that there is no clearly defined definition, and the term is miss-used by manufacturers that should know better?

    Would I get shot if I posted a bellows-camera picture on this topic?

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    I think that the analogy is a bit like the definition: "Pornography - I know it when I see it"
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    Quote Originally Posted by alan_w_george View Post

    This is why I love MFD. You can almost read the credit card numbers
    So Alan, did you do the mugging or was this a Weegee moment?
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    So Alan, did you do the mugging or was this a Weegee moment? :eek:
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    ... and only ten days left until she ...... never mind.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dick View Post
    Thanks, Jack... so it seems that there is no clearly defined definition, and the term is miss-used by manufacturers that should know better?

    Would I get shot if I posted a bellows-camera picture on this topic?
    Hey that may start a new craze. Be careful they don't make them anymore. Lol
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    Alpa TC + 36mm Schneider + IQ 180:

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    Woody, VERY nice
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    Thanks Thierry and Olderthandirt

    I am mighty impressed by the Schneider 120/5.6 N. Not easy to see on a web image, but it really is razorsharp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Thanks Thierry and Olderthandirt

    I am mighty impressed by the Schneider 120/5.6 N. Not easy to see on a web image, but it really is razorsharp.

    Alpa SWA | SK 120 | f11 | 1/60 | iso 25 | 20mm rise | Two vertical stitch

    It is a terrific lens (I have the same lineup as you plus the 47 because the 35 doesn't work shifted with my back). But also a lovely image.

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    Dan, I can believe this, it is one of the highest resolving lenses Schneider ever did, according to them.

    How is the bokeh?

    Nice image BTW

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Thanks Thierry and Olderthandirt

    I am mighty impressed by the Schneider 120/5.6 N. Not easy to see on a web image, but it really is razorsharp.

    Alpa SWA | SK 120 | f11 | 1/60 | iso 25 | 20mm rise | Two vertical stitch

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    Woody, since I have the little 22mp back, my 35 XL is superb. I can do 10mm of shift with hardly any difference compared to unshifted, and I can stretch it to 15mm if I really need it. Some stretching and loss of resolution at the far end, but still not too bad. The 43 I would love to try out

    Thierry, to be honest I have not shot it wide open a lot (SK 120), but by coincidence I did one today to try out bokeh. This one was at 5.6 and I think around 2 metres focuspoint. Again, the sharpness is impressive even wide open. The bokeh maybe isn't a Summilux 50/1.4, but it is not at all bad...

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    Alpa SWA | SK 72 L | f8,5 | 9 seconds exp | rise 7mm | iso 25 | colour tweaked to two-tone in post

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    Thanks Dan .
    Just great .
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    Alpa TC + 35mm Schneider + center filter + IQ 180. Handheld.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Alpa SWA | SK 72 L | f8,5 | 9 seconds exp | rise 7mm | iso 25 | colour tweaked to two-tone in post

    Awesome, I love the high key look and strong lines.

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    Just finished all images from this years project. Here are a two to share.


    IQ180 | Rmd3i | 32mm | 2 images

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    IQ180 | Rmd3i | 32mm | 6 images

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    Aaaargh, shivering just to look at them!
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    Some tilt, some stack ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Some tilt, some stack ...

    Death Valley Racetrack
    Alpa STC, SK 35, 1/8 f/11

    Excellent image Graham!

    Enlighten me on how you could produce "some tilt" with a STc and SK 35 ?


    @ Ed, thanks, I usually love high key images and wonder why I don't do them a bit more often....
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Some tilt, some stack ...

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    Awesome image Graham! A unique look at racetrack
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Excellent image Graham!

    Enlighten me on how you could produce "some tilt" with a STc and SK 35 ?
    Ah yes, I can see how that might be confusing. What I probably should have said is "Some people use tilt, but we Alpa folks stack"

    The only tilt here was the camera body. Three image focus stack. The rocks helpfully stayed where they were during the shot.
    Ylem ...

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    Got it Thought maybe you had some tricks up your sleeve....

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Ah yes, I can see how that might be confusing. What I probably should have said is "Some people use tilt, but we Alpa folks stack"

    The only tilt here was the camera body. Three image focus stack. The rocks helpfully stayed where they were during the shot.
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