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    In keeping with Dante's them here...
    A bright sunny day in the Bay Area, so just practicing with some tilt.
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    Nice ... How long did you have to wait for no one to be sitting on Hans' statue? Check out the carvings in the doors of the city hall. They make for great photos too.

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    SHREYAS,
    It's a nice picture, could you please give us some more information.
    I'm wondering why the vertical lines in the center of the image are leaning toward
    right, while on the sides they look OK.
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    We finally got some clouds for sunset last night (back to none again tonight):



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    Thanks. Waited for a while till a bunch of people finished their turns.
    Manouch I don't have an explanation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manouch shirzad View Post
    SHREYAS,
    It's a nice picture, could you please give us some more information.
    I'm wondering why the vertical lines in the center of the image are leaning toward
    right, while on the sides they look OK.
    Best,
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    "Correct" pictures often look wrong - as if the building is wider at the top... but it is about one brick out of plumb.

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    Sheryas: I hope you don't mind: skew transform in PS

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Sheryas: I hope you don't mind: skew transform in PS

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    Thanks, you are right, I didn't notice it's a stitch.
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    Here's my latest, shot at Ghost Ranch just outside of Abiquiu, NM. No fun lugging my Cambo setup up the hills, but I'm very glad I did. I only had time to shoot at midday - I have to imagine that sunrise or sunset, or even night, would be absolutely stunning. Colorado and Utah get all the glory but NM has some very special scenery IMHO.

    Edit: Gah. I see jpeg compression had crushed the image down to a big black hole in the rock shadow on the far right. It's not really like that

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    Pre-dawn at Lake Louise, Banff NP Canada. Rain storm coming in so the normally iconic mirrored glass lake waters weren't so smooth. Four images shot in vertical orientation, each about 13 sec exposures (to smooth out the water), Cambo, IQ180, HR40, and stitched "traditionally" with CS5.

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    Holiday times and far between images, but here's atleast proof that I am still alive

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    From the scene above I turned 180 degrees and took about 20 steps out of the woods and shot the castle. Two images shot within 3 minutes. Same setup, same flatstich, same exposure and yet so totally different.

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    Higher Education Building in Malmoe, Sweden. For me an unusual shot because I handheld the MAX for this one
    I 15mm rise as well, so framingwise (no viewfinder either) I only got it the third time trying!
    With good light I went with 100iso, f8 and 1/125. I actually could not detect any loss of sharpness compared to tripod mount with this speed. I have quite steady hands though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Higher Education Building in Malmoe, Sweden. For me an unusual shot because I handheld the MAX for this one
    I 15mm rise as well, so framingwise (no viewfinder either) I only got it the third time trying!
    With good light I went with 100iso, f8 and 1/125. I actually could not detect any loss of sharpness compared to tripod mount with this speed. I have quite steady hands though...

    Amazing hand-work Dan!!
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    Darr

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdphotography View Post
    Pre-dawn at Lake Louise, Banff NP Canada. Rain storm coming in so the normally iconic mirrored glass lake waters weren't so smooth. Four images shot in vertical orientation, each about 13 sec exposures (to smooth out the water), Cambo, IQ180, HR40, and stitched "traditionally" with CS5.
    Love this shot Ken, I'm curious about how high the camera was from the ground?

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    "Fitzgerald Bench"
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    Bob - I really enjoy your bench series! It's nice to see a body of work like this that put these images into context.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Bob - I really enjoy your bench series! It's nice to see a body of work like this that put these images into context.
    Thank you Graham! Hopefully over the years I'll be able to travel more and expand the collection.
    I appreciate your comment very much,
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    Bob , what a great image .
    On the right side , I just want to walk in , while the left side invites to rest .
    Regards . Jόrgen .
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    recent works
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    Thanks Jurgen! I think all of us appreciate hearing when an image works for someone; I know I do.
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    Great image with plenty of depth
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    Yesterdays catch...

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    2x2 stitch, IQ180, Rodie 55mm, Combo RS

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    Yesterdays catch...

    Dan,

    As always I admire your work, both in terms of composition and color contrast. Can I ask what your process is for finding appropriate subjects and paring them down to such basic composition while still maintaining such effectiveness in presentation?

    I don't know if that's clear actually... I guess what I'm asking is, do you just sort of organically "see" in terms of elegantly simple compositions with strong form and line, or do you look at a scene and then think/plan on how to distill the greater picture down to very basic, very strong elements?

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    I think it boils down to "Some people have it, and some don't." There are those who can paint, draw, or otherwise create beauty. Others, like me, have to struggle and sometimes get lucky to create a beautiful image. Dan Lindberg and Don Libby create images that speak to me and are wonderful works of art. And, I am sure they work hard to create their amazing images. Others define it as having an "eye". I am inspired by their work and always strive to create images that just come close to those wonderful images shown on this site.

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    out in the navy yard, this old bldg is getting a major facelift. i have a wealth of history shooting pre-reno. sk 43, IQ160
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    earlier view, a month ago

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    these were hidden spots inside, now gone







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    the Duggal building

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    Quote Originally Posted by rga View Post
    "Fitzgerald Bench"
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    I know I "liked" this, but I keep coming back to it time and again. I do think that this is possibly my favourite photo that I've seen posted in this thread. Truly remarkable work.

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    Thanks very much Gerald; I am truly flattered!!

    I went back the next day to retake the image. To be perfectly honest, I missed the focus on the bench. My guess is that the laser point of my distometer must have moved when I pressed the measure button. At 100% the softness in the bench is apparent.

    So at any rate, the light was a bit warmer the next day and I took the image again and got the bench in focus. I would like to hear which you (or anyone) prefers and why.

    Thanks again!
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    The tree bark looks silky in the first image, yet the archway is more highlighted in the second. They each have wonderful elements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    The tree bark looks silky in the first image, yet the archway is more highlighted in the second. They each have wonderful elements.

    --Matt
    Thanks Matt. Perhaps the bark is over sharpened in the first? Or perhaps because the bark beyond the bench was more in focus in the first than the second it is sharper?
    So really no preference? If forced to pick one, which would it be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rga View Post
    Thanks Matt. Perhaps the bark is over sharpened in the first? Or perhaps because the bark beyond the bench was more in focus in the first than the second it is sharper?
    So really no preference? If forced to pick one, which would it be?
    Second with some edits in the forest to add depth similar to the first. Just my point of view.

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    Interesting. Thanks Ed.

    If anyone is interested, a couple of other images from this haunted forest are here:
    Fitzgerald Marine Preserve

    And here:
    Fitzgerald Marine Preserve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enzo&Henry View Post
    Dan,

    As always I admire your work, both in terms of composition and color contrast. Can I ask what your process is for finding appropriate subjects and paring them down to such basic composition while still maintaining such effectiveness in presentation?

    I don't know if that's clear actually... I guess what I'm asking is, do you just sort of organically "see" in terms of elegantly simple compositions with strong form and line, or do you look at a scene and then think/plan on how to distill the greater picture down to very basic, very strong elements?
    Quote Originally Posted by BANKER1 View Post
    I think it boils down to "Some people have it, and some don't." There are those who can paint, draw, or otherwise create beauty. Others, like me, have to struggle and sometimes get lucky to create a beautiful image. Dan Lindberg and Don Libby create images that speak to me and are wonderful works of art. And, I am sure they work hard to create their amazing images. Others define it as having an "eye". I am inspired by their work and always strive to create images that just come close to those wonderful images shown on this site.

    Greg
    Just back after a few days offline. THANK YOU for these kind words. Always inspiring to read and well appreciated

    I am afraid I do not have a magical process to find and execute photographs. Maybe a key factor is that I am seldom in a hurry. If I see something that 'could' be good, then I rarely shoot at once. I take my time (especially if the light is constant) and try to maximize that particular scene, considering 'all' options that I can see in my mind. I work hard to make every image I shoot to be a keeper. I almost never set up my camera when I see a nice scene but the light is wrong or there is an unwanted object somewhere etc - meaning that if I see that it will never make a publication, then why bother!

    To see the compositions, I suppose you must have some sort of talent or 'eye'. In my case I have been doing photography since childhood and been a working professional for the past 20 years, so experience is on my side today.
    It is incredibly interesting to look back at photographs (especially landscapes) that I did 10, 20 and even 30 years ago (I'm 45 this year). I have gone through all the phases of experimentation and complex ideas to where I am today - simplifying everything to its bare bone. Minimalistic photography where exclusion of objects are far more important than any intention of creating images with double messages or technically complex setups. Done that, been there, got the T-shirt....

    If the light is good, if there are plenty of scenes around a hike, then I average around one, sometimes two images per hour. A full day out I usually come home with a dozen 'possibilities'. After going through them all I am happy if I process three, where one of them is worthy of publication.

    But, this is not always. Yesterday afternoon, I was in an incredible place. Amazing scenes high and low, left and right. But, in the end, I did not get a single photograph that I am happy with. I must go back, because it was really really great, but it simply wasn't my day yesterday. Boring, uninteresting captures that did not at all show the incredible scenes that I saw with my eyes. No magic anywhere.

    Bottomline is that you need both 'the eye', technical knowledge and luck to create good photography. Sometimes all three coincide and that's when we enjoy the art.
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    What a power in a square image . Beautiful .
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    Quote Originally Posted by rga View Post
    Thanks Matt. Perhaps the bark is over sharpened in the first? Or perhaps because the bark beyond the bench was more in focus in the first than the second it is sharper?
    So really no preference? If forced to pick one, which would it be?
    I'm with Ed. I like the second, but I think some of the magic in the trees from the first version could be added back in. In the first version, the forest between the bench and the arch seems "aware". I don't know how you did it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    I'm with Ed. I like the second, but I think some of the magic in the trees from the first version could be added back in. In the first version, the forest between the bench and the arch seems "aware". I don't know how you did it.

    Best,

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    Thanks Matt. I'll work on it and repost. Both your and Ed's input is really appreciated,
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    Quote Originally Posted by rga View Post
    Thanks very much Gerald; I am truly flattered!!

    I went back the next day to retake the image. To be perfectly honest, I missed the focus on the bench. My guess is that the laser point of my distometer must have moved when I pressed the measure button. At 100% the softness in the bench is apparent.

    So at any rate, the light was a bit warmer the next day and I took the image again and got the bench in focus. I would like to hear which you (or anyone) prefers and why.

    Thanks again!
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    --snip--
    I rally prefer the first image. It is lovely and has more visual depth.
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    I rally prefer the first image. It is lovely and has more visual depth.
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    OK. I'll impose on all of your patience just one last time if you would all be so kind:

    First Image:


    Second Image, redone:


    Better feeling of depth in redone #2? Better than first?
    Thanks,
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