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    A three image panned stitch. The sweet Alpa TC and a Schneider 35 XL. Fantastic hiking setup

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    I still prefer the first one. But it is difficult to choose, both are really nice and either is a stunner!

    Quote Originally Posted by rga View Post
    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?
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    A three image panned stitch. The sweet Alpa TC and a Schneider 35 XL. Fantastic hiking setup

    The colors in this shot are wonderful!!
    "Creativity takes courage." ~ Henri Matisse
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    A three image panned stitch. The sweet Alpa TC and a Schneider 35 XL. Fantastic hiking setup

    What a stunning pano .
    Is there a little magenta cast in rocks in the foreground or is that color correct ? ? ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    The colors in this shot are wonderful!!
    Thank you Darr

    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    What a stunning pano .
    Is there a little magenta cast in rocks in the foreground or is that color correct ? ? ?
    Thanks Jurgen, yes couple of patches of magenta and I did think of removing it, but it actually looked like this. The colours are very truthful so I kept it. I think the Leaf 5 is producing good colours right out of the box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    What a stunning pano .
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    Cambo WRS SK 43xl ISO 50, F/8, 1/125, Leaf Aptus II 5 handhed in side the cable car. (Wooden handles are great!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Thank you Darr



    Thanks Jurgen, yes couple of patches of magenta and I did think of removing it, but it actually looked like this. The colours are very truthful so I kept it. I think the Leaf 5 is producing good colours right out of the box.
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    Have you ever thought of running a workshop for Landscape and/or Architecture in Europe ?
    Perhaps in Cooperation with ALPA ? ? ?
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    Bob,

    First, I have little training and less professional photographic experience. Nevertheless, I will try to answer. I react very differently to the two versions (I'm combing both 2a and 2b - they function the same for me). The second one is easier to describe. The arch and bench are both clear elements, and my eye bounces between them. It's pleasant. The first version has less clear focus, but it has these magical woods. My eye drifts in wonder. Every so often it hits a bench. What's that doing here? It's a bit disturbing.

    Now as a beginner, I'd be happy with creating the effect in version 2. Version 1, if that were my intent, I'd be very pleased indeed! But if I wanted the bench to be a more prominent piece mirroring the arch, I'd have more mixed feelings.

    An art teacher I knew once lamented that her students were always creating magic and then promptly painting over it in an attempt to get it "right". Perhaps the magic in version 1 should be left as is.

    Best,

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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Dan

    Have you ever thought of running a workshop for Landscape and/or Architecture in Europe ?
    Perhaps in Cooperation with ALPA ? ? ?
    Yes I have. However, it is more logistics and planning than one might think at first.
    I gave around 10 workshops in the late nineties, some good 12-14 years ago. This was in my backyard in the Andalusian mountains and I was using Fuji GX 680 III and shooting Velvia. As far as I could tell, those workshops were successful in that my Land Rover Defender with nine seats were all taken every time except on a few daily excursions.

    That was then and now is now. My base is nowadays Sweden and even if a have access to a townhouse in Marbella, I do not have a Defender and after all these years my 'usual' mountainroads are either closed, have changed or have limited access.
    So, already here it is not so easy to organize a day trip. And ofcourse, not to forget that after all these years I am very rusty in teaching. But I did like it a lot!

    For me personally the ideal situation would be to assist an existing and professionally organized workshop, where not the whole project is on my shoulders alone.

    That would be fun and exciting
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    I understand .
    I am pleased of the Assistant idea .
    I will listen , if some rumors turn up at Photkina .
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    Thanks for the confidence Jurgen
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Yes I have. However, it is more logistics and planning than one might think at first.
    I gave around 10 workshops in the late nineties, some good 12-14 years ago. This was in my backyard in the Andalusian mountains and I was using Fuji GX 680 III and shooting Velvia. As far as I could tell, those workshops were successful in that my Land Rover Defender with nine seats were all taken every time except on a few daily excursions.

    That was then and now is now. My base is nowadays Sweden and even if a have access to a townhouse in Marbella, I do not have a Defender and after all these years my 'usual' mountainroads are either closed, have changed or have limited access.
    So, already here it is not so easy to organize a day trip. And ofcourse, not to forget that after all these years I am very rusty in teaching. But I did like it a lot!

    For me personally the ideal situation would be to assist an existing and professionally organized workshop, where not the whole project is on my shoulders alone.

    That would be fun and exciting
    Dan - you should maybe check out the annual Gulf Photo Plus that is held in Dubai. I'd sign up like a shot if you paid us a visit out here

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Bob,

    First, I have little training and less professional photographic experience. Nevertheless, I will try to answer. I react very differently to the two versions (I'm combing both 2a and 2b - they function the same for me). The second one is easier to describe. The arch and bench are both clear elements, and my eye bounces between them. It's pleasant. The first version has less clear focus, but it has these magical woods. My eye drifts in wonder. Every so often it hits a bench. What's that doing here? It's a bit disturbing.

    Now as a beginner, I'd be happy with creating the effect in version 2. Version 1, if that were my intent, I'd be very pleased indeed! But if I wanted the bench to be a more prominent piece mirroring the arch, I'd have more mixed feelings.

    An art teacher I knew once lamented that her students were always creating magic and then promptly painting over it in an attempt to get it "right". Perhaps the magic in version 1 should be left as is.

    Best,

    Matt
    Much appreciated Matt. Thanks so much,
    Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    Dan - you should maybe check out the annual Gulf Photo Plus that is held in Dubai. I'd sign up like a shot if you paid us a visit out here
    Gerald: Thanks again for your confidence. I have now had half a dozen requests on email for workshops - maybe that's a sign to really try and make it happen
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Possibly the stupidest use of a SK 35 lens, but here is a small crop (about 50% magnification) of an otherwise completely uninteresting interior shot with my brand new D800.. No! I mean IQ140! Cambo WRS AE/IQ140/SK 35! Almost as good, and MUCH more expensive!

    I am just thrilled with the easy rendering and natural color, the live view that feels like a vintage science fiction movie's video conference with Mars, oh, and the stunning sharpness. (Note: The sharpness is NOT on display in this crop. I just liked it. The basket these flowers are in will give you splinters, however.)



    My first few shots were just out-the-window to check that it would focus at infinity wide open (it did) and that the corners sharpened up by f/11 (they did) but I can shift that cropped sensor all over the place and don't seem to lose too much in the corners (center filter on order).

    More to come, ,

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    you got one!

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    Yep. Now I just have to DO something with it.
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    Congratulations Matt!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Yep. Now I just have to DO something with it.
    You could trade it in for a D800!

    Congrats. I think the 40MP sensors are really nice. They give great images without filling your hard drive up too quickly or taxing your processor too much if you decide to stitch.
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    Congratulations on the IQ140 - you'll like it on tech camera! It's my platform as well, I use it on an Alpa. Great to have another IQ140 user here, not so many....

    Cheers, -Peter

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    A wise choice of back, camera and lens if ever there was one!
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    Cambo WRS SK43XL Leaf Aptus II 5 2 image stitch
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    Hand held into the sun. Great dynamic range. That dark corner was fully corrected by the LCC, and then put back in in post. Go figure...

    The texture is really much more like 4x5 B+W film than anything I've done before digitally (except for the harshly blown highlight in the sun).



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    Mgrayson, congrats on the iq140 I am sure that is a very sound choice!
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    26 seconds exposure, iso 25 and f8.

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    Thank you all! This site is an inspiration and a challenge.

    For starters, (since photography is hard and computers are easy), pictures look better with frames. I'll eschew 3-d effects for .. probably the next hour or so. Google has a billion suggestions.

    --Matt (who REALLY has to put the damn camera on a tripod and stop using it as a point and shoot with movements)
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    Chatfield State Park, Littleton, CO
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    A three image panned stitch. The sweet Alpa TC and a Schneider 35 XL. Fantastic hiking setup

    You are truly inspirational!
    Thanks for sharing.
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    Matt, Congrats on the new IQ 140 , I didn't check this thread
    for a few days and thought you are on vacation playing with your new EM5!!!
    Can't wait to see some pictures.
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    Hi Manouch,

    I *was* on vacation playing with the EM5. This is the other half of the barbell. Olympus for anything that moves, tech camera for anything that doesn't. The poor Leica is getting squeezed quite hard in the middle.

    Alas, buying is the easy part. I really want to get something decent to post soon, but light and scenery have a way of hiding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    ...tech camera for anything that doesn't...
    I think you are missing a great opportunity. One of my favorite cameras for street/documentary was a Horseman SW612. All zone focus. I also believe another member (Woody Campbell?) uses his Alpa handheld for street subjects. Dan Linberg also uses his camera handheld. I would at least try using it as a walk around camera one day. Nothing to lose, unless you drop it.

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    No no! The declared strategy to my wife and friends who would otherwise question my sanity is just as I put it, but I have yet to actually use this Cambo on a tripod in anger and have, indeed, been walking around with it. With the 35XL, and outfit braced against my chest (staring down at the bubble levels), I can manage 1/30 second with really minimal blurring at the pixel level. Composition, on the other hand...

    Is the iPhone viewfinder (or an optical one, for that matter) helpful? They're certainly the coolest looking photographic accessory ever. I've been using the shoot-and-adjust method.

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    I can't speak for an iPhone viewfinder, but the Horseman optical viewfinder on the SW612 was great--curved mask lines and all (I filed out the marks for the 6x9 and 6x7 formats and used it solely for 6x12). Obviously not as accurate as a ground glass, which I also had for the SW612, but very good none the less--the viewfinder allowed the photographer to view the bubble level on the body as well which really helps when you finally got tired of slanting horizons. I would say the vast majority of my framing was what I remembered it to be--when things are moving, you are never sure, but I shoot full-frame and so never crop afterwards.

    Personally, I would always have an optical viewfinder for these cameras.

    Here is a fast moving event with tight framing and using SW612 camera with 55mm Grandagon without a center filter and fairly wide open--vignetting is a serious problem for these machines. I was panning with the men and the exposure was not ideal, but the front line is sharp and the rest show motion blur (this is a quick scan of a print). But you certainly can uses these 6-shot cameras for lots of things and the viewfinder is really key.
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    Arca Swiss rm3di with Rodenstock 32mm lens at f10, 55 secs with ISO 100, HD450 back

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    Stanley,

    Striking! Really beautiful.

    On the solo tree meme, I had to cheat a bit in order to get only one tree, but...



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    Barn in hillside by altdo, on Flickr


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    We're in the "New Toy! Shiny!" phase here, so feel free to shake your head and say "Everyone has to go through that stage." Nevertheless, I'm going to post some samples from wandering around the city. Unfortunately, security guards DO recognize it as a camera, and I got shooed out of some interesting places.

    All Cambo WRS AE/IQ140/SK35XL. The cyclists are f/16, 1/8 second, the hypodermic needle building is f/11, 1/60. All hand held.

    Best,

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    We're in the "New Toy! Shiny!" phase here, so feel free to shake your head and say "Everyone has to go through that stage." Nevertheless, I'm going to post some samples from wandering around the city. Unfortunately, security guards DO recognize it as a camera, and I got shooed out of some interesting places.

    All Cambo WRS AE/IQ140/SK35XL. The cyclists are f/16, 1/8 second, the hypodermic needle building is f/11, 1/60. All hand held.

    Best,

    Matt
    Matt,

    Enjoy - keep 'em coming! Just so long as there are no house cats ... (Well, if you shoot a cat pic to rival Jim Collum's in the D800 pic thread I think that'll be ok - the first sinister looking house cat pic I've seen http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/440226-post508.html)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    We're in the "New Toy! Shiny!" phase here, so feel free to shake your head and say "Everyone has to go through that stage." Nevertheless, I'm going to post some samples from wandering around the city. Unfortunately, security guards DO recognize it as a camera, and I got shooed out of some interesting places.

    All Cambo WRS AE/IQ140/SK35XL. The cyclists are f/16, 1/8 second, the hypodermic needle building is f/11, 1/60. All hand held.

    Best,

    Matt
    Just the inspiration I need before attempting to use the GX680 for pan shots at the car races
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    Nice one...

    BTW, you didn't happen to study medicine at Vanderbilt in Nashville, TN (USA), did you? I knew (and sang with in the Vanderbilt Collegium Musicum) a gentleman named "Shreyas" a few years back who also happened to be a doctor.

    Cheers!
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    Well, who can resist a nice sunrise? ( That was a rhetorical question!)

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    IQ180, 72L, 2-shot stitch

    Ed Cooley Fine Art Photography
     
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Well, who can resist a nice sunrise? ( That was a rhetorical question!)

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    Any chance to get out and shoot is a great tech cam shooting opportunity. Keep 'em coming.
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    I must say, I drink the Ed Cooley Kool Aid big time.
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    My mediocre attempt. Techno, IQ160, HR40. Actually one interesting thing about this shot (for me at least) is that I used the spiral composition tool on the back to set up the objects.


    And a crop of Daisey with a Docter 240/4.8
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Well, who can resist a nice sunrise? ( That was a rhetorical question!)

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    I agree! Here is this morning's sunrise. Alpa STC, 70HR, IQ180

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shreyas View Post
    Cambo WRS SK43XL Leaf Aptus II 5 2 image stitch
    This is a great example of Moire... Ώwas this in downsizing, or in the original picture?

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    Yes it was present in the original picture.

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