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    Dan, you are an inspiration!
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    dan: one of your best!

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    I am humbled by your words, thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Alpa SWA | SK 35 XL | f11 | 1/60 | iso 25 |

    Wow. Inspiring! Thank you for sharing it with us Dan!
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    It's spring here. Alpa TC + IQ 180 + HR 32mm.

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Ditto

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    Ditto ditto


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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    One of the big advantages of the IQ180 is that the large pixel count let you make fairly aggressive perspective adjustments in post without turning the stretched portions of the image into mush. Here's the 180 + Alpa TC + HR 32mm handheld:



    Same image without the benefit of post:

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    Same setup on the High Line:

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    Shot with my Alpa TC, Rodenstock 100HR, P45, 12 second exposure.
    I love this lens and the images it helps me create!
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    Nice Milt! I was beginning to think I was the only one around who has the 100HR.

    I used to live in the Bay Area, and have a few old slides from that view. Was that during the holidays? I seem to remember the buildings would be lit up like that to look like boxes of presents. Or do they do that all the time now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    Nice Milt! I was beginning to think I was the only one around who has the 100HR.

    I used to live in the Bay Area, and have a few old slides from that view. Was that during the holidays? I seem to remember the buildings would be lit up like that to look like boxes of presents. Or do they do that all the time now?

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    Yes it was Dave. Right after thanksgiving after a rainstorm. The 100mm HR really is a sharp, crisp lens. No movements allowed but nice resolution. I'm considering selling my SK lenses and moving solely to Rodenstock.
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    A little different......

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    Love it, Dan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Thought I show an image with stark contrast to all the landscapes

    SWA SK 72L 1/60 f8 iso 50 no shift

    I want to "tread" lightly, but Dan I really like the images you've posted on this thread. They have a wonderful luminosity to them! Nicely done. Makes want to stop working (got to eat) and go grab my Alpa and shot more images!
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    Spring is here, and my new toy arrived.
    First shoot about town with the 28mm Rodenstock HR Digeron-S with the IQ180.
    Despite the specs, I was able to add 5mm rise as well as about 1.25 degree of tilt.
    It was very breezy and although I waited for relative calm, I can see some motion blur in the flowers. This was shot with my back against the road

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    This was shot with my back against the road

    Told ya to get the 23mm. LOL

    Very Nice Bob, The 28mm focal length is awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    Spring is here, and my new toy arrived.
    First shoot about town with the 28mm Rodenstock HR Digeron-S with the IQ180.
    Despite the specs, I was able to add 5mm rise as well as about 1.25 degree of tilt.
    It was very breezy and although I waited for relative calm, I can see some motion blur in the flowers. This was shot with my back against the road

    -bob
    What is special about wide-angles?

    Why not shoot (from the far side of the road) with a longer lens and get the church to take up more of the frame and get fewer daffodils the foreground?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dick View Post
    What is special about wide-angles?

    Why not shoot (from the far side of the road) with a longer lens and get the church to take up more of the frame and get fewer daffodils the foreground?
    You answered your own question.
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    Strange choice that 28mm for an IQ180. The 32mm is more flexible, wider if shifted and in the same price level. Is it because you don't shift that you took this narrow image circle lens ? (Sorry to ask but I'm curious !)

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    Strange choice that 28mm for an IQ180. The 32mm is more flexible, wider if shifted and in the same price level. Is it because you don't shift that you took this narrow image circle lens ? (Sorry to ask but I'm curious !)
    I was sorely tempted by the 32, but already own a 40 70, and 120 and thought the step to 28 was a reasonable gap and would give me a focal length that is about as wide as I ever use in a single frame without a stitch
    If I were to do this over again I might have picked the 32, a Schneider 60, but then the look of the schneiders and rodies are fairly different.
    On the wide end of things I much prefer the Rodie retrofocals with the lower lens cast and angle of incidence issues, so I decided to stay in the rodie family.

    The 32 would have given a stitch about as wide as a 23, and more rise/fall than the 28, but I get lots of that from the 40.

    So it ended up being more about lens spacing actually.
    If I were more of an architectural shooter I would have favored the 32 a little more heavily.

    It was an agonizing decision and I am not completely convinced it was the right one, and may not be the right one for you, but decide I did.
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    Thanks Bob, I'm still agonizing and enlightened feedback is welcomed ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Allow me to quote myself! Because I thought I show you an alternative.

    Same camera position, in fact, same everything as above. But, all magenta/blue removed, totally different crop and obviously another couple passing by....

    I prefer the more horizontal version since you have horizontal motion. Also the colors are more pleasing.

    Nice work.

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    Thank you very much for all friendly comments. Much appreciated! Nothing to show today due to lots of work in progress. (a jolly good thing )
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    ALPA SWA | SK 120N | f11 | 1/15 | iso 25 | three image nodal stitch | no shift




    Edit: I went to this location last Thursday evening together with my buddy in crime (nick here: Bildifokus - Nikon section). Our wifes were preparing dinner so we thought it was a good idea to disappear for a while See Bildifokus versions of the same scene in the image thread in the Nikon section!
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    Dan,
    Wonderful as usual!

    Here is some fun I had with tree reflections today. North Fork, Cuyahoga River.
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    Laguna Beach CA

    Rm3di w 300mm Fujinon-T f16


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    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    Dan,
    Wonderful as usual!

    Here is some fun I had with tree reflections today. North Fork, Cuyahoga River.
    Alpa STC, 70HR, f16, ~1/8. No shift

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    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    Dan,
    Wonderful as usual!

    Here is some fun I had with tree reflections today. North Fork, Cuyahoga River.
    Alpa STC, 70HR, f16, ~1/8. No shift

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    Thanks Darr and Matt.

    Matt, funny because I've got a print sitting on the table rotated as you suggest. I've been staring at it like that for the last few days. I think I like it better too.


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    Northern CA Farm

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    P45, Cambo RS, SK35 two shot stitch

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    Ed, just curious, is it a color cast in the sky or is it natural ? It looks like quite a strong cast.

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    Ed, just curious, is it a color cast in the sky or is it natural ? It looks like quite a strong cast.
    Who cares!

    That's a really nice image Ed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazwas View Post
    Who cares!

    That's a really nice image Ed.
    Actually I care! And not because I don't like the image how it is, but because I am just curious.

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    An image from Tasmania - Rm3di, Rodenstock 23mm and IQ180. Four images stacked quickly while the forest mist remained!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher View Post
    Ed, just curious, is it a color cast in the sky or is it natural ? It looks like quite a strong cast.
    It's actually more of an exposure trick than anything. The sky lit up magenta as it was snowing as the sun rose. I purposely blended an overexposed sky to make the gray clouds look white and reduced contrast In the sky substantially to make it look more like daylight. I've sat on the image for three or four years but decided it was interesting enough to post.

    That said, I can't remember if I used an LCC but the edges don't look dark and color is in the middle rather than edges.
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    One more from Tasmania - a 10 image stack @f5.6/8.

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    The third in a Tasmanian trio - forest, mountain and now ocean. Rm3di, IQ180, Rodenstock 23mm, f8 4 image focus stack.

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    Rob,
    Very nice! I wonder how those textures would come out in b&w...? Especially with the sudden change from greens to browns in the left vs. right side.

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    It snowed last week (one of the few times this year; very mild winter). The leaves have started to come out, and I liked the soft colors from the early leaves vs. the snow.

    This was also my first attempt at a pseudo-HDR image. I tried the LCC trick posted on Capture Integration's website. Not sure how I feel about it yet. The trees have somewhat of a glowing halo in a small image like this. I tried a 17x22 print and the 'glow' is much less noticeable in print.

    Alpa STC, IQ180, SK 150, ~ 10mm rise (back fall actually).

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    Dave, you're welcome to have a go with the jpg! I think though that a good part of the interest in this image lies in the juxtaposition of colours - the warm sand and sandstone against the vivid green sea-lettuce.

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    Very nice, Dave!

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    Alpa Max + 47xl + P45 | Iceland 2010
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    Alpa Max + 47xl + P45 | Iceland 2010
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    Alpa STC, IQ160, SK 35XL, 180s f/11, Lee Big Stopper 10ND + .6ND

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