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    İ like to ask you guys a question )
    İ had to post my pictures only in thumbnails because İ couldn't figure out to post any other way.Can you tell me how İ can attach the pictures free from thumbnails?
    Silly of me ))

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    İ like to ask you guys a question )
    İ had to post my pictures only in thumbnails because İ couldn't figure out to post any other way.Can you tell me how İ can attach the pictures free from thumbnails?
    Silly of me ))
    You need to post the image on another website and post the [img]www.yourwebsite.com/image.jpg[/img] link in the thread.
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    Old School House, Madison County Florida
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    I can only think of one word to describe this - superb!
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    Cambo AE, HR23, IQ180

    I think this is an AMAZING image. Why I shoot MFDB with great lenses.
    Fantastic!!
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    Old School House, Madison County Florida
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    Beautiful!
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    Beautiful!
    I agree - Darr's schoolhouse has a beautiful painterly dreamscape look about it. Very nice!
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    I agree - Darr's schoolhouse has a beautiful painterly dreamscape look about it. Very nice!
    Yeah - what you said...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I agree - Darr's schoolhouse has a beautiful painterly dreamscape look about it. Very nice!
    Agree too. Lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I agree - Darr's schoolhouse has a beautiful painterly dreamscape look about it. Very nice!
    Darr , I can only agree to Grahams comment .
    A beautiful "painting" .
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    Beautiful!
    Thank you Don!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I agree - Darr's schoolhouse has a beautiful painterly dreamscape look about it. Very nice!
    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Yeah - what you said...
    Quote Originally Posted by Enzo&Henry View Post
    Agree too. Lovely.
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    Darr , I can only agree to Grahams comment .
    A beautiful "painting" .
    Thank you everybody!
    I stacked a few filters to achieve the look. I wanted to show what I felt when I was standing there in the middle of nowhere sharing space with the little abandoned school house. It almost felt haunted with the door opened.
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    120 SK, 20mm shift! had to point up a tiny bit also
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    John - scroll down the screen copy the top url of the two....then in the post use the little yellow landscape picture.

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    had the drop down portion closed in the gallery image page, duh!

    thx

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    43, about 15mm shift, center filter

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    more with the 43, 15mm shift

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    43, 15mm shift, two frame pano (this is Duggal'a new space, near ready) see the empire state bldg? he, he
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    Cambo WRS AE & Rodie 28mm HR & IQ 180.
    Best,
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Nice shot Pramote, have you tried to lower the color temperature a bit? It's too cyan in the sky for my taste, maybe 2500K or so.

    Cheers, -Peter

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post



    Old School House, Madison County Florida
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    This image immediately caught my attention - loved the quiet mood.


    I just want to see some small children, transparently running in the playground that has long been abandoned.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterL View Post
    Nice shot Pramote, have you tried to lower the color temperature a bit? It's too cyan in the sky for my taste, maybe 2500K or so.

    Cheers, -Peter
    I quite like the toning as is. Nice shot.

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    The children are already grown up and have possibly grandchildren .
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    Darr,

    Your schoolhouse is a perfect antidote to OnlyFilmCanBeArt disease.

    --Matt
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    Back on track with a technical camera image

    A classic b&w with a myriad of details....

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    Arca Rm3di, SK 43XL with centre filter, P65+

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    All the images I've seen on this thread are stunning - there's an unmistakeable authority to technical camera images that no other sort of camera comes close to replicating. The sharpness and depth of field available are also extraordinary.

    Here's my contribution. Cambo Wide DS, Schneider 35XL shifted left and right to make a 70MP image, Phase One P45+

    http://www.richardosbourne.com/p1027...7e833a#h7e833a

    And a detail:

    http://www.richardosbourne.com/p1027...e9e5#h182ce9e5
    Last edited by Richard Osbourne; 5th July 2012 at 07:34. Reason: Haven't managed to get the pictures working...
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    Still practising after switching to the Techno. Really feel at home on this camera. It's so versatile. Live view takes some getting used too and the movements are all so small compared with film, but you get used to it pretty quickly as the camera is so nice to use. Cokin filter with an ND16 used for focusing.



    Placed a strip of focus about 1 1/4' wide right along the bench leading up to the rock with chinese characters. Linhof Techo, SK 120N ASPH, IQ160a
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    I've never had on-axis tilt before. It's remarkable just how much easier it is to focus. Here a few degrees of tilt to get everything in focus. SK 120N ASPH, IQ160, Techno. With the 100% zoom in liveview, there's no guess work.


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    These shots are all a few mins from my home, around our village. Suddenly I was surrounded by all these gorgeous butterflies, it was most wonderful, like something from an old Chinese story. Anyhow I decided to sneak up on one (with a view camera and 5 series Gitzo!). Got this close before some noisy hikers came to see what I was up to and scared the thing off. I was not impressed. Cropped to 4x5. I might include a detail shot later if anyone wants to see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post
    I've never had on-axis tilt before. It's remarkable just how much easier it is to focus. Here a few degrees of tilt to get everything in focus. SK 120N ASPH, IQ160, Techno. With the 100% zoom in liveview, there's no guess work.
    When you use a Sinar with the special Sinar sliding back (which costs more than a D800) you get a full set of yaw free (on axis) movements both ends.

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    Went out yesterday to really try out my new IQ160 and came back with these. All captured using a Cambo WRS, Schneider 35mm (CF) and IQ 160.









    I really really like the new workflow during capture. More on that later.


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    Don,

    For technical cameras the IQ and Leaf UIs are superb. I dont know if you're using the live view features or not but I really appreciate the 100% zoom and focus mask features of the IQ160 myself with my Alpa. (Ditto the Leaf zoom and local histogram/sampling too). The P+ interfaces are so crude by comparison, although ultimately the histogram does get the job done.
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    Very, very nice Don!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Don,

    For technical cameras the IQ and Leaf UIs are superb. I dont know if you're using the live view features or not but I really appreciate the 100% zoom and focus mask features of the IQ160 myself with my Alpa. (Ditto the Leaf zoom and local histogram/sampling too). The P+ interfaces are so crude by comparison, although ultimately the histogram does get the job done.
    Totally agree with you. I found my workflow speeding up yesterday. While I haven't fully delved into the live view aspect I have taken advantage of the focus mask and zoom. I purposely looked for areas that in normal circumstances would have been a challenge. I found myself setting up the shot, looking at the focus mask and double tapping the screen and moving the image around checking various areas. All very fast.

    I think this is a huge improvement using on a tech camera. I'll be going out again with the DF to see if there's any real improvement there however the real reason for the chance was for my WRS. I'm very happy based on yesterday little experiment.

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    Don, really like the gate, has real presence, looks like a movie set!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul2660 View Post
    Don,

    Nice shots, looks are dry as here.

    On the shots with the 35mm, with the 160 how much shift are you getting with the CF before the magenta/detail smearing comes into play.

    Paul
    Paul, I haven't tried shifts yet with the IQ however since it's just a beefed up version of the P65+ I shouldn't have any problems with my 35mm like I would if I were using the IQ180 which is the sole reason I don't have the 180.

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    Don, really like the gate, has real presence, looks like a movie set!
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    This could be a movie set. I've been coming up here for years testing various lenses and cameras. Just have to watch out for the cow pies on the ground.
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    One more from the previous day. I cheated on this and took 5-captures which were then merged using CS6 after doing the LCC in C1. Again, WRS, IQ160 and SK 35mm w/CF.


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    Influenced by some beautiful glass negatives from circa 1870 that we worked with at Alinari, the oldest photo archive in Europe, I'm trying some alternative treatments in Capture One...

    Florence, Italy, July 2012










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    OK, so this isn't your normal tech cam image, but when I get a new piece of gear, I like to take my first real image of a family member. This is Millie at 60... megapixels that is.



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    Bob,

    I'm impressed that you kept the cat in shock & awe while you focused the Alpa in macro mode. Nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by yaya View Post
    Influenced by some beautiful glass negatives from circa 1870 that we worked with at Alinari, the oldest photo archive in Europe, I'm trying some alternative treatments in Capture One...

    Florence, Italy, July 2012
    Lovely mood rendering with these. The life of a product manager certainly sucks doesn't it? The horrible places you have to go for business etc.

    (Btw, I know the truth of it too - not so glamorous when you're in Staines in a customer's non-descript industrial unit in a dodgy area)
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    Bob,

    I'm impressed that you kept the cat in shock & awe while you focused the Alpa in macro mode. Nice!
    Thanks Graham. She's absolutely fascinated with the system! Just freezes when the shutter is cocked and tries to see deep into the aperture opening when the lens fires! This shot was a 1/2 second exposure and she froze trying to see down the lens barrel. When I go to put the equipment up she meows and tries to get into the case.
    Must be Ansel reincarnate!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rga View Post
    Thanks Graham. She's absolutely fascinated with the system! Just freezes when the shutter is cocked and tries to see deep into the aperture opening when the lens fires! This shot was a 1/2 second exposure and she froze trying to see down the lens barrel. When I go to put the equipment up she meows and tries to get into the case.
    Must be Ansel reincarnate!
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    Actually, I think you've got a cat prima donna who loves the limelight There are Leica folks who'd pay good money for a cat like that

    Btw, I love the image roll off with that SK150. Lovely.
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    Thanks Graham, yes I'm lucky that my job takes me to some beautiful places with great people and some great photo opportunities. I'm also lucky to be one of those who don't need much sleep, so I can sneak out early AM when the streets are empty...

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    I am still very new for Tech Cam and still working on it. I have a lot to learn.
    It is a spark in my landscape photography, much more exciting than my new Nikon D800E (which I love).

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