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    Quote Originally Posted by JonMo View Post
    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.
    WOW, big words and I say, thank you so so much!
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    Alpa Max + 72mm Schneider + IQ 180. Three frames stitched,


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    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.
    Dan, out of curiosity, if your back has a maximum exposure of 30 seconds, and some of your shots involved 16 second exposures, how did you take the LCC correction shot?
    I ask because I shoot with an Aptus 22 and I find exposures of 7 seconds (and 28-30 second LCC correction shots) my top workable limit. A 16 second exposure would require -I might be mistaken- a 1 minute LCC shot. How do you do it?

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    Ah, good question and my solution is twofold.

    Either I do not shoot a LCC at all and clean up the files by hand.

    Or, I crank up the iso two notches and make the same exposure. Maybe not textbook, but it works....
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    previously, Jack had referenced another plastic for the diffuser that did not need extra exposure when making the LCC

    Jack?

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    Micek and Dan what you can also do is write down the aperture and lens displacement (or type it into the metadata space on the back) and create an LCC (Gain) file later on when you have proper light available, so you don't have to crank up the exposure time or iso and reduce the amount of noise that is introduced into the final image

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    Thank you Dan, JLM and Yaya.

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    Some great work here.

    Began working this up yesterday not sure if its done yet or not.



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    Quote Originally Posted by yaya View Post
    ...what you can also do is write down the aperture and lens displacement (or type it into the metadata space on the back) and create an LCC (Gain) file later...

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    Great info, I did not know this!
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    My first photo post. Thanks to Dan Lindberg for the help.

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    Roadside View, Gilroy, CA
    Alpa Max, P45+, SK 80mm Apo-Digtar SB, 0-12deg Tilt/Shift adapter (very slight tilt), f/16@ 1/500, 3 shots stitched and cropped.
    This shot had A LOT of dynamic range as shot was almost directly into the sun...



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    I like the image a lot Bob however the strong Magenta/ Green cast in the clouds (can be seen in the grass on the left and right as well) is distracting. LCC will remove it easily and you'll get much cleaner tones overall, worth a try IMO

    BR

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    Quote Originally Posted by yaya View Post
    I like the image a lot Bob however the strong Magenta/ Green cast in the clouds (can be seen in the grass on the left and right as well) is distracting. LCC will remove it easily and you'll get much cleaner tones overall, worth a try IMO

    BR

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    You've a great eye Yair!
    I did not use LCC (though I did take LCC exposures). Decided just to try processing in LR4.
    That will teach me!
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by rga View Post
    You've a great eye Yair!
    I did not use LCC (though I did take LCC exposures). Decided just to try processing in LR4.
    That will teach me!
    Best,
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    Good job you took the LCC shots!

    If you're on a Mac, give the stiching script in C1 a try

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by yaya View Post
    Good job you took the LCC shots!

    If you're on a Mac, give the stiching script in C1 a try

    Cheers

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    Hi Yair,
    Can't find the stitching script; my script folder is empty...
    I do run on a Mac...
    Thanks for any pointers,
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    Mine showed up in the Apple Script menu. There is no submenu, just the Stitch in Photoshop action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Mine showed up in the Apple Script menu. There is no submenu, just the Stitch in Photoshop action.

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    Thanks Matt. Might as well do it in PS then...
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Select the images, select Stitch In Photoshop, sit back and watch it doing it all for you

    Mind you it only works on Flat stitching

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    Altdo

    a very good image .
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    This image I shot last fall and posted cropped as a 2:1 pano and heavily tweaked colours.
    Now that I see the raw file again, I prefer how it was shot without any cropping or funny colours....
    This version is straight from the rawfile and the only thing done is the whitebalance is a tad cooler.

    Instinctively, I would have put a rise on the lens to half the black foreground and see more sky, but I can turn it around and argue that the black 'nothingness' gives the image a more solid foundation and gives it better overall balance. The fog was a great addition to go from nothingness to infinity.

    Was it a lucky scene, me passing by with the Alpa SWA over my shoulder? ....cannot lie, it was planned, its my wife and two kids. I put the SWA on a tripod, measured both distance with the D5 and light with a Sekonic L508, directed their posing so that I got 'air' between arms and legs. Fighting the complaining from the kids every 3 seconds - "dad, are you done yet...???"



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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
    I am a big fan of your private work but these are stunning as well (although the interior of that house is absolutely not my taste )
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Dan...when using your SK120 closer than 20 feet, what aperture do you use for sharp focus...I am finding I need F22
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMB View Post
    I am a big fan of your private work but these are stunning as well (although the interior of that house is absolutely not my taste )
    Thank you, much appreciated As to the interior design, not my thing either, but this is a common style for "doing up" an exclusive villa targeting scandinavians or russians in Spain. I can assure you plenty of people love it

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    Dan...when using your SK120 closer than 20 feet, what aperture do you use for sharp focus...I am finding I need F22
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    Stanley!

    I looked through a few folders. This one is the SK 120 at the very minimum focusing distance. The image is further cropped before being squared. It is not wide open but 'only' f8. In my view not too shabby

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Thank you, much appreciated As to the interior design, not my thing either, but this is a common style for "doing up" an exclusive villa targeting scandinavians or russians in Spain. I can assure you plenty of people love it



    Without any hesitation - something is wrong with yours! Give me an "exact" distance and I'll shot mine at f5.6 and I promise it will surprise you
    Please try 12 feet
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    Stanley,
    Check out the first two images from my post here:
    Washington sk150
    This is the 150mm, at right around 10-12 feet. It took a few captures to get the focus right, mainly because the 150mm does not have an HPF ring. So if anything the 150 is tougher to focus than the 120mm.

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    a very good image .
    Much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stngoldberg View Post
    Please try 12 feet
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    Stanley, shot 20 minutes ago at exactly 12 feet. Default sharpening from Camera Raw. Wide open! It improves with f8 and is at its best at f11 but imho it is very usable wide open as well.



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    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    Stanley,
    Check out the first two images from my post here:
    Washington sk150
    This is the 150mm, at right around 10-12 feet. It took a few captures to get the focus right, mainly because the 150mm does not have an HPF ring. So if anything the 150 is tougher to focus than the 120mm.

    Dave
    thanks dave,

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    Hi Dan,
    I am not getting anywhere the sharpness you are getting with your 120mm. Thank you for the demonstration; I am going to investigate my problem further.
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    This was taken to show an instrument panel installation. AS Monolith, IQ180, Apo Digitar 210mm @ f8, blended image using ratios of flash and daylight to show both structure and shadow areas. Stack of three.

    Good lighting exercise because of limited access and wildly differing specularities. Love this lens, though the same shot done with the LS150 on the DF was good. Interesting point - note the vertical wires in the crop. The IQ180 renders these nicely, about as well as a 50MS back. Used to get bad color moire there with a single shot 50 back.
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Stanley, shot 20 minutes ago at exactly 12 feet. Default sharpening from Camera Raw. Wide open! It improves with f8 and is at its best at f11 but imho it is very usable wide open as well.





    Dan, sorry to say these images are not up to your typical high standards. No beauty whatsoever

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Dan, sorry to say these images are not up to your typical high standards. No beauty whatsoever

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    NB: In case anyone isn't sure, this a joke. Dan's images are consistently the most sublime on this forum.

    I'll let you in on a secret....the lens test shot above is really mine, but the others I buy from Getty......
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    ALPA MAX • SK 72 L • 2 image blend • 5 seconds & 1 second exp • f8 • iso 25 • fall 8mm

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    Actually I find this image from Dan to be surprisingly refreshing

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Dan, sorry to say these images are not up to your typical high standards. No beauty whatsoever
    Yes, it obvious now that 99% of everything else you post is just a fluke/lucky shot Dan. The camera isn't even levelled properly for the yard shot.......

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    I though Dan's image was just another behind the scene set...

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    One from yesterday. DIGARON-W 4/40mm . 1/125 at f11,3
    A little postwork in COLOR EFEX and PSCS6 .

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    Going through some old files from last year and came across this one. This was actually taken the first day we arrived in Jackson last October. Shot with the WRS/P65+ and Schneider 35 (w/CF). 3-images were taken to stack. f/11 1/250 ISO50




    I think this one looks slightly better cropped to give it a slight pano look.

    The files were open and processed in C1Pro before going over to CS5 to stack and slightly more processing.

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    Some great work here.

    Began working this up yesterday not sure if its done yet or not.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    One from yesterday. DIGARON-W 4/40mm . 1/125 at f11,3
    A little postwork in COLOR EFEX and PSCS6 .
    Love the composition and the color treatment, but have to admit I am a bit bothered -- or more accurately distracted -- by the graffiti on the bench. Would probably be one time where I cloned it out.
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    Thanks Jack.

    Unfortunately , graffiti , empty bottles and litter are everywhere .
    I hate that but face the facts , we can not change this anymore .
    Its reality .
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpeterson View Post
    Great color palette in this image.
    Thanks Doug. Jackson is such a beautiful place
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    Last week had an overnight stay in this late 19th Century home in Toowoomba - it really was like stepping back in time.

    This is a composite image - Cambo WDS Sk35 with IQ180.
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    Amalienborg Palace Copenhagen Cambo WRS with SK43XL 6 image stitch
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Thanks Jack.

    Unfortunately , graffiti , empty bottles and litter are everywhere .
    I hate that but face the facts , we can not change this anymore .
    Its reality .
    But we do have the clone stamp
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    But we do have the clone stamp
    I know what you mean, I found a hang glider in this image a bit above the building with the red roof


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    I know what you mean Bob. In one of my images from Hawaii, I noticed what I thought was dust on the sensor. When I zoomed in I saw it was two hang gliders way out over the water.

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    I'm not a fan of edginess for its own sake, but I think the graffiti is a positive element in that shot.

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