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    I hope I haven't posted them before. Some work for my upcoming exhibition. All done with a TECH camera.

    A large print from the first one will be in the exhibition.



    Arca - IQ180 - HR-W 40




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    And another one:

    Arca - IQ180 - HR-W90 - around 16 Images stitched. I attached a small 100% crop. (It shows pretty much the middle)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BANKER1 View Post
    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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    Arca - IQ180 - HR-W90 - around 16 Images stitched.
    Really great set of images Christopher.

    Do you get 16 images out of this by shifts or nodal stitching as it looks really wide even for the big IC on the HR-W90?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    I keep getting smudges that turn out to be birds.
    Me too - I'm thinking that my sensor is dirty and then zoom in and voila! Critters resolved from miles away.
    Ylem ...

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    Really great set of images Christopher.

    Do you get 16 images out of this by shifts or nodal stitching as it looks really wide even for the big IC on the HR-W90?
    While the lens has a large IC the limit with the IQ180 is something around 4/6 images.

    I prefer to use nodal point stitching whenever possible. Why? Because it delivers a better quality. Even the best lenses from Schneider and Rodenstock loose some resolution when shifting. So a Nodel point image will always be better than an image shifted twice 12mm.

    This means it depends on the subject. As long as it possible I use the nodel point. When it isn't (foreground special architecture) I use flat stitching.

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    This means it depends on the subject. As long as it possible I use the nodel point. When it isn't (foreground special architecture) I use flat stitching.
    Hi Christopher -

    Could you just expand on this? I'm not sure what you mean when you refer to situations where it is not possible to "use the nodal point".

    If you're rotating the camera around the nodal point of the lens, then I'm not clear on why the subject matter should be important.

    Kind regards,

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    Hi Christopher -

    Could you just expand on this? I'm not sure what you mean when you refer to situations where it is not possible to "use the nodal point".

    If you're rotating the camera around the nodal point of the lens, then I'm not clear on why the subject matter should be important.

    Kind regards,

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    The nodal point just isn't perfect. And on some architecture (ext and interior) it is very difficult to get perfect alignments even when using a nodal point. This get's especially difficult when there are a lot of lines and other things, now put them in the foreground and it's much easier to do some flat stitching.

    I hope it helps a little.

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    Cover shot for a magazine.

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    After shooting straight productimages (a while ago) around 40-45 different ladies bags in three different positions, it's heaven when it comes to the profile images. In this case there were three women in various agegroups and this one was the young model. Her very first assignment as a model and she was absolutely over the moon. What you see here wasn't directed, she was so happy she burst into this pose and smile naturally and the second before she said - "oh god, I can't believe am doing this..."
    Obviously I instinctively pressed the shutter and it became the iconimage of their campaign. Model happy, client very happy which made me happy.....sometimes you get lucky
    I bet after a few assignments she won't be able to do that again.....

    Ps. sometimes it's nice to have a story with the photograph....
    Pps. there is structure in the white on the bag in the original image, even if it looks totally gone on this webimage.

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    "Old meets new" - An art installation in glas in front of the old Torup castle, shot this afternoon. I'm in love with the Super-Digitar Lovely lens....

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    That's ultra cute, Dan

    (The girl, not the old, moldy castle)

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    Jorgen, she was adorable
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    some tug prop and rudder repair, rodie 70mm some shift

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    another, 120 SK
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    Not the most interesting image. I was doing some experimenting with stitching and found a combination that seemed to work quite well.


    Water Treatment by altdo, on Flickr

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher View Post
    I hope I haven't posted them before. Some work for my upcoming exhibition. All done with a TECH camera.
    A large print from the first one will be in the exhibition.

    Arca - IQ180 - HR-W 40

    Christopher

    Will the exhibition also be shown in Germany ? ? ?
    Regards . Jόrgen .
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    Back home after a lovely time with the family in Disneyland Paris

    Here's a 3-1 pano....

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    ....and some contrast to the last post

    This was shot today, close range with the Schneider 72 @ 1 metre distance and wide open.

    Notice the fly!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    After shooting straight productimages (a while ago) around 40-45 different ladies bags in three different positions, it's heaven when it comes to the profile images. In this case there were three women in various agegroups and this one was the young model. Her very first assignment as a model and she was absolutely over the moon. What you see here wasn't directed, she was so happy she burst into this pose and smile naturally and the second before she said - "oh god, I can't believe am doing this..."
    Obviously I instinctively pressed the shutter and it became the iconimage of their campaign. Model happy, client very happy which made me happy.....sometimes you get lucky
    I bet after a few assignments she won't be able to do that again.....

    Ps. sometimes it's nice to have a story with the photograph....
    Pps. there is structure in the white on the bag in the original image, even if it looks totally gone on this webimage.

    Dan,
    great shot. I do love her expression.
    However, I've very impressed that you're using your Alpa with people shoots. Are you focusing on the ground glass and then giving yourself enough DOF to keep her in focus?

    I get nervous with focus on people with my Alpa, so I usually shift to the Phase Camera body.

    Milt

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Me too - I'm thinking that my sensor is dirty and then zoom in and voila! Critters resolved from miles away.
    Or mosquitoes in front of your camera...

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    Quote Originally Posted by milt View Post
    impressed that you're using your Alpa with people shoots.

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    I don't. I have tried but to me it is close to impossible. In this particular case it was easier since the bag was static and focuspoint set on that, camera on tripod. Using f8 made the model ok sharp and at the same time making sure I had a long way to the background (across a field).
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    Tried focus stacking today together with Bildifocus (Nikon). This is a 6 image stack

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    Tried focus stacking today together with Bildifocus (Nikon). This is a 6 image stack

    This is gorgeous Dan.
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    Tried focus stacking today together with Bildifocus (Nikon). This is a 6 image stack

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    That's taken with Cambo w-rs ae with IQ180 and Rodi 40mm,two vertical shot stitched.
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    Thanks guys!

    Hope I don't bore you if I post an alternative from the last image posted

    I just loved the cloud and went to the next rock formations to find a new composition with that cloud included. This one is a square composition from two images stitched shifted up and down. I used the SK 72 L this time and no stacking. Which in hindsight is a pitty because the rocks in the immediate foreground are soft.

    Anyway,

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    I love the color Dan!!

    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Thanks guys!

    Hope I don't bore you if I post an alternative from the last image posted

    I just loved the cloud and went to the next rock formations to find a new composition with that cloud included. This one is a square composition from two images stitched shifted up and down. I used the SK 72 L this time and no stacking. Which in hindsight is a pitty because the rocks in the immediate foreground are soft.

    Anyway,

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    Dan
    A great image . What a power a square image can have .
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    One from this evening . ALPA12STC + HR4/40 +CFV-39 f=11,3 1/8sec



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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Hope I don't bore you if I post an alternative from the last image posted
    Dan I have to say I MUCH preferred the colour version, to me the B&W seems flat in comparison! However I still think the forum needs 'auto-like' and I can just set it to danlindberg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    One from this evening . ALPA12STC + HR4/40 +CFV-39 f=11,3 1/8sec
    This is cool, it' all about the bike and that big flexible hose!

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    I aim to add mood to my images through blending the soft with the fine image detailed provided by the IQ180.

    Thank you for taking the time to view this image.

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    "Lakeline"

    IQ180 on Cambo WDS with 35xl lens with CF - no movements - with LCCs
    Focus stacked image overlaid with a camera movement image and further coaching with photoshop.

    I aim to add mood to my images through blending the soft with the fine image detailed provided by the IQ180.

    Thank you for taking the time to view this image.

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    Don and Darr Thank You for your positive comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    "Lakeline"

    IQ180 on Cambo WDS with 35xl lens with CF - no movements - with LCCs
    Focus stacked image overlaid with a camera movement image and further coaching with photoshop.

    I aim to add mood to my images through blending the soft with the fine image detailed provided by the IQ180.

    Thank you for taking the time to view this image.

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    Very interesting as well as visually pleasing.

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    PODAS Iceland! Lots to edit but this is the first and the favorite from the Tech Camera so far.


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    Playing with my new lens today. Focus via live-view on the back.

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    100% crop

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    Lovely image Peter!
    Thanks for sharing.
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    I'm a bit shy on posting images, but I thought I should post at least one. This one shot a few days ago (summer is late here in northern Sweden). The idea was to get a shot of a new and old leaf from the same branch. I eventually found one I liked and I'm quite satisfied with the result, but probably won't make it to a print anyway due to the tree trunk in the background which I was not observant enough to notice during the shoot ( arrrgghh!!! ). I cropped down to 5:7 format to get a liiiittle bit better balance in relation to the tree trunk.

    The plane of focus is adjusted with some tilt and swing, the idea to get only one of the fresh leaves and the old leaf in focus. I had a version with a deeper DOF too, but preferred this one with more parts of the leaf out of focus. It was a bit windy so it was almost impossible to get a sharp picture, but eventually managed to get one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by torger View Post
    RawTherapee 4 just recently got capability to develop Leaf .mos files properly, I helped with the coding
    In which case, can you help Adobe with compressed .mos files and Phase One with uncompressed ones (so they can take LCC processing)? :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jctodd View Post
    In which case, can you help Adobe with compressed .mos files and Phase One with uncompressed ones (so they can take LCC processing)? :-)
    Doesn't complain loud and clear to their support help?

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    Happy 40th birthday to me - treated myself to an IQ160, a Cambo AE and a trip to Kaua'i. Here's my first ever tech cam image (and first MF too!)

    Go easy on me, folks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enzo&Henry View Post
    Happy 40th birthday to me - treated myself to an IQ160, a Cambo AE and a trip to Kaua'i. Here's my first ever tech cam image (and first MF too!)

    Go easy on me, folks

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    Happy Birthday!!
    Thanks so much

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Experiment!
    I saw the Hasselblad 500 CM sitting in the wardrobe the other day and took it out to have a look. It really is a great little thingy! I have not loaded it with film for atleast 15 years (shame on me). Back in the day, I was a Kodachrome 64 user and later everything was Velvia. But I also found a box with some experiments, I found two rolls of Ektachrome 100 plus that was exposed for and then pushed for 400 asa (iso) when doing the E6 process. This really gave it a different look. Both in terms of grain and colour.

    So, the task - replicate that look with the Alpa/Schneider/Leaf of today
    Since I didn't find a button saying 'convert to pushed ektachrome 100' in photoshop, I had to fiddle around for an hour. Finally I think I am very close.

    If I put this newly shot image beside my 25 years or so transparacies I think I could have fooled most. It fits right in. Pretty cool!

    The original was from the ALPA SWA, SK 72 L and LEAF Aptus II 5.

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Enzo&Henry View Post
    Happy 40th birthday to me - treated myself to an IQ160, a Cambo AE and a trip to Kaua'i. Here's my first ever tech cam image (and first MF too!)

    Go easy on me, folks

    Was this from the beach at the bottom of St Regis?
    So calming, love it!
    I wanna be you at age 40! :P

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