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    Another long exposure example. I'd have preferred to go much longer but not with the IQ160 alas.

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    Gotta love this weather


    Stata Center Courtyard, MIT Campus.

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    Very nice! I did not realize the Gehry design got built at MIT -- I thought there was a big suit over design flaws?
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    Very nice! I assume that is a Gehry building, did not know he had one at MIT.
    Yes it is, and it also houses the US headquarters of the W3C.
    Personally I think it is better on the outside than on the inside
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    Another long exposure example. I'd have preferred to go much longer but not with the IQ160 alas.

    Alpa STC, IQ160, 35XL, 1min @ f/11, ISO 50, 10mm rise, 13 stop ND.
    Very nice Graham! Got to love the way the big, clean MF files convert to B&W -- so far nothing else comes close
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    Sunset over Vancouver Island & Tsawassen, BC

    Alpa STC, IQ160, 35XL, 2s @ f/11 ISO 50, 10mm fall


    Pixel Peeper: http://mistymorningphoto.com/PtRobertsSunset/
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    Very nice Graham .
    Your B/W images and the above .
    What kind of B/W conversion software do you use ? ? ?
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    Silver Efex Pro 2 - simply awesome.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Very nice Graham! Got to love the way the big, clean MF files convert to B&W -- so far nothing else comes close
    The tonality in the IQ files are so very impressive. You can really bring out the subtle tonal transitions although you do have to be careful with SFX because it'll push the tonality to the point where the mosaic of the raw file will become visible. I had a few instances where I had to back off stretching the tones because the edges of the sensor frames started to come through leaving ugly horizontal/vertical transitions.

    I can definitely relate to the issues that Wayne was having with his IQ180 when the files get massaged.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Silver Efex Pro 2 - simply awesome.

    The tonality in the IQ files are so very impressive. You can really bring out the subtle tonal transitions although you do have to be careful with SFX because it'll push the tonality to the point where the mosaic of the raw file will become visible. I had a few instances where I had to back off stretching the tones because the edges of the sensor frames started to come through leaving ugly horizontal/vertical transitions.
    I can definitely relate to the issues that Wayne was having with his IQ180 when the files get massaged.
    I use SILVER EFEX PRO 2 as well . I have it since a couple of weeks only and am still doing tests . As there are so many presets , sometimes I don't know , which one to use , which one is best .

    Here a test : ALPA12STC + APO-GRANDAGON 4,5/45mm + CFV-50

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    Jürgen

    That looks excellent!

    I tend to start with the presets and experiment with the image to see what look works. I don't use the film presets at all nor do I use the filters very often other than to experiment. I'm at the point now where I'm building my own recipes that match my view of B&W with a consistent 'look'. I expect this'll change over time but certainly one preset isn't going to work for all images.
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    If you guys use the B&W tool inside C1, you won't have the mosaic issues and you will see a lot of elasticity in how far you can push tones
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    Jack,

    I'd agree that the B&W pure conversions in C1 are very powerful if you're well versed in the various colour blends. What SFX provides in addition that C1 can't provide is the much more powerful local adjustment control (via control points and various adjustment parameters) plus the tonal range adjustments that you'd normally achieve through lot's of curve layers & masks. The adjustment layers and masking in C1 is relatively crude IMHO by comparison at this time so I tend to prepare the colour image in C1 so that I have a full tonal range starting point and then it's off to PS for the B&W and subsequent adjustments.

    I guess that where I start to get burnt is when the tonal adjustments are based on the rendered TIFF out of C1 where there might only be 1 or 2 points of difference in colour/tone between mosaics. These ultimately get stretched to the point where they may become visible where I'm sure that if you could easily do the same manipulation in C1 that the raw rendering algorithms would adjust for this.

    In this case though I'm happy to drive an automatic vs stick shift for now
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    Graham,

    I do not use C1's local adjustments, they simply are too far behind CS. So my workflow -- as you know! -- is I process what I refer to as an "ideal digital negative" in C1 to work with, then export it to CS for the "printing" steps of the process, i.e. sizing, dodge, burn, gradients, etc. CS is a perfect tool for output still, and offers way more control than the generic local adjustments found in other programs including LR and SFX. I do have SFX loaded into CS, but honestly have not touched it since C1 added their outstanding B&W tool...

    FWIW, Phase just posted this C1 B&W tip today, and IMO it's worth looking at: Black & White conversion « The Image Quality Professor's Blog
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    I'm also a fan of SFX Pro, although until v2 was released, MF stitches were limited in size to about 10k per side. I find I have a lot more control and flexibility than in C1.

    3frame stitch, P45+, AFD3, Mamiya 150mf (18350p wide)
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    four frames out my window. Alpa Max + IQ 180 + 32mm Rodenstock. Perspective corrected in the camera, so there's a bunch of rise.

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    Tenderloin. Alpa TC + IQ 180 + 32mm Rodenstock. Handheld. My "digital Hasselblad SWC". Perspective correct in camera which means that I cropped off a bunch of street. Nice to have a lot of pixels.

    Last edited by Woody Campbell; 21st April 2012 at 17:32.
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    Last light tonight.

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    Atlanta by night. Cambo AE,IQ 160, SK 60mm F11 34 second exposure. From my room 55th Floor

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    Guy,
    I think the orange hue really works in your image. I shot the image below a few weeks ago and was surprised at the sensor response to these lights. I'm very glad I remembered my Whi-bal.

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    From yesterday; here's a pretty standard image from Burgess Falls, TN, but I kinda liked the way the foliage under the falls almost makes it look like a double exposure / PS trick.

    100HR-S, IQ180, Alpa STC, no shift, no LCC, B+W polarizer.

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    Thanks David I wanted it to kind of glow from the orange light building to give it some effect and with the fog. It's different why I liked it.
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    Quick trip to the Olympic NP this weekend. Disappointing sunrise & sunset colours so instead here's a Lake Quinault sunrise at warp speed.

    Alpa STC, IQ160, 35XL, 2m 45s @ f/8, Lee Big Stopper 10ND
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Quick trip to the Olympic NP this weekend. Disappointing sunrise & sunset colours so instead here's a Lake Quinault sunrise at warp speed.

    Alpa STC, IQ160, 35XL, 2m 45s @ f/8, Lee Big Stopper 10ND
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    I can't stop the clouds coming out of my screen . Rather agressive , wilst the lake is so calm .
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    Some gorgeous work on this page Graham - thanks so much for sharing and inspiring!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    Some gorgeous work on this page Graham - thanks so much for sharing and inspiring!
    Thank you Gerald, I appreciate the kind comments. Love shooting my Alpa and seeing the work of other folks here too.
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    Been busy with plenty of interior shoots for a couple of weeks, so little time for own projects....
    This one was shot in February.

    Alpa SWA with the Schneider 120N, I cannot remember all the details, but I do remember that this was a full rise of 25mm and shot wide open at f5.6.

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    Admin edit to add photo:
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    Dan

    I like the movement in this image and the industrial nature of the subject.
    Not sure how this will go as far as rendering your image in this post - if it goes pear shaped and the image is all wrong - my apologies.


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    Still don't know how you copy an image already posted into a commentary post. Any help appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    Still don't know how you copy an image already posted into a commentary post. Any help appreciated.
    Use the "quote" button on the bottom of the post in question instead of reply. I edited your response above accordingly
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    My first landscape image since long . From today .
    ALPA12STC , HR DIGARON 40mm , CFV-50 , 3 stich , f11 1/125 .



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    Thanks Mal!

    In stark contrast to the industrial shot, here's a shot from the woods with interesting light. Very saturated, but does not bleed, atleast on my screen...

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    ...and while I'm at it!

    This one is shot with the 35 XL and 8mm fall with the ALPA MAX sitting on a sandbag.
    Closest focusing range and @ f5.6.

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    A Study in Pastels #1 - Santa Barbara Sunset
    4/24/2012
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    5sec @ f/16




    Study in Pastels #2 Santa Barbara Sunset
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    5 Sec @ f11




    Study in Pastels #3 Santa Barbara Sunset
    Alpa Max/ sk150/P45+/polarizing filter/.9ND
    5 Sec @ f11

    Last edited by rga; 27th April 2012 at 23:19. Reason: Added image #2 and 3
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    #1 is my favorite!

    Beautiful........

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    Quote Originally Posted by rga View Post
    A Study in Pastels #1 - Santa Barbara Sunset
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    5sec @ f/16




    Study in Pastels #2 Santa Barbara Sunset
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    5 Sec @ f11




    Study in Pastels #3 Santa Barbara Sunset
    Alpa Max/ sk150/P45+/polarizing filter/.9ND
    5 Sec @ f11

    What kind of GND filters did you use for this? Color cast seems rather seems rather prominent (purple/magenta tones nearer to the top).
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    Quote Originally Posted by gazwas View Post
    #1 is my favorite!

    Beautiful........
    Thanks Gareth!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coulombic View Post
    What kind of GND filters did you use for this? Color cast seems rather seems rather prominent (purple/magenta tones nearer to the top).
    It's an old Lee. I just hand hold it in front of the lens+polarizing.
    Could that have brought about the magenta? I was thinking it was when I darkened and clarified the sky during post processing...
    Thanks for sharing thoughts about this. I have always struggled with magenta in sky's...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rga View Post
    It's an old Lee. I just hand hold it in front of the lens+polarizing.
    Could that have brought about the magenta? I was thinking it was when I darkened and clarified the sky during post processing...
    Thanks for sharing thoughts about this. I have always struggled with magenta in sky's...
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    Absolutely, it would have imparted the magenta. I had a set of Hitech grads that did the same thing. Contemporary Lee filters are very clean, as are Singh-Ray. I'd imagine you could fix this reasonably easily with C1, however, with Advanced Color Edit, changing the hue to what it actually was, and applying masks if necessary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Altdo View Post
    Gotta love this weather


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    The colors and clarity of this image are STUNNING!
    Nicely done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Use the "quote" button on the bottom of the post in question instead of reply. I edited your response above accordingly

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    Thank you.



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    I have not shown any professional assignment on the forum. Main reason is copyright issues and normal respect towards a paying client. Right now I have a cluster of large exclusive villas to photograph and I have been given permission to show a few interiors of this particular villa. I cannot show any exterior shots and there are plenty more inside as well, with huge gamesroom, wine cellar, 7 bedrooms, cinemaroom, library etc etc. but still thought it could be interesting to show my style when working weekdays assignments

    These samples are all shot with the Alpa Max with the Schneider SuperDigitar 28 XL. All have movements, either rise or fall, between 5mm-10mm.

    All are shot in ambient light with exposures ranging from 8 seconds to 16 seconds. All with iso 25.











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    Quote Originally Posted by yaya View Post
    One word Dan...perfection!!!
    ...stunning!
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    Ditto - stunning work, Dan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    My first landscape image since long . From today .
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    Nice image, Jürgen....... around Murnau?
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    Dan

    It is great pleasure to look at your interior work . Great , absolutely great .Thanks for sharing some of your professional work .

    @Sinhue
    Thanks . That moor is just about 12km from my place .
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    thought it could be interesting to show my style when working weekdays assignments

    These samples are all shot with the Alpa Max with the Schneider SuperDigitar 28 XL. All have movements, either rise or fall, between 5mm-10mm.

    All are shot in ambient light with exposures ranging from 8 seconds to 16 seconds. All with iso 25.
    Nice to see some of your commercial work Dan. These look great.

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    Thank you everyone
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Dan, I have to say I admire both your landscapes and now your professional work.
    If the works you put on the forum don't make people realize it is the photographer and not just the latest and greatest gear that make the image art; nothing will.
    Lowly Aptus II 5 my behind.

    Absolutely stunning.

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