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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by manouch shirzad View Post
    That's true if you use a view camera and follow the Sheimflug law, but as far as I know with this Tech camera you can only swing the lens which helps to get better sharpness in some cases.
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    I think Dick is talking about swinging the rear standard to reduce perspective from the front to the back building and therefore make their scale more equal, but unfortunately, you are going to increase perspective on the other face of the buildings and the result will look odd.

    It is possible to do this with a rear swing--movements are relative and as long as you are placing the plans in the correct relative position, it does not matter if you use the front of rear standard.

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    I'm having a hard time deciding whether or not to get a longer lens for this camera. I think (possibly incorrectly) that the shifts matter more at the wide end, and so I may try to get away with stitching with the Olympus 45/1.8 for high MP mid-telephoto compositions.

    But wait! Why are we talking about photography? Aren't we supposed to be expressing outrage at Hasselblad?

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    We have to wait until Hasselblad gets Samsung to make them a tech camera...

    In a sense you are right that an equal shift will have greater effect on a wide in a kind of absolute/objective frame, but it is really a relative problem where the longer focal length also has a narrower FoV and so it might really be worth going for a longer lens. You could actually play with this idea by simply cropping you sensor/image to the FoV of the lens you want--that is the great thing about geometric optics, you can also use angular relations as well as linear ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
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    I'm having a hard time deciding whether or not to get a longer lens for this camera. I think (possibly incorrectly) that the shifts matter more at the wide end, and so I may try to get away with stitching with the Olympus 45/1.8 for high MP mid-telephoto compositions.

    ...
    In general the longer lenses have larger image circles (but not always so check the specs), tend to be sharper to the edges, and of course perspective compression helps to lessen the need for shifts, so you're correct, shifts tend to matter more with wides.

    I had the 90HR before, still deciding on the 70 or 90, both are wonderful, but as we can get stunning results by cropping (I use a 40HR), I can't bring myself to buy a lens in that range, so use a 40 and a 120!

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Evening

    I hope everyone is well.

    Here's a shot from the Isle of Skye, STC, P25+ and 47mm



    Check out my fancy new border!
    Fantastic image!
    Would you mind sharing what program you've been using for the border?
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Early morning in Times Square. An 8 second exposure does predictable things to a moving display.
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    Thanks lanscapelover, nice of you to say.

    The template was made in PS CS5.1, took me a while as I rarely use it. I ended up checking out a couple of the tutorial videos on youtube. I now have a template file for numerous sizes, then drag an image in to it and re-save, job done!

    Give it a try, I found lots of instruction on youtube, thanks must go to Dan Lindberg as his images always look great and I blatantly copied him!

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    Thanks! It's great to hear you use PS5, not a special software.

    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Thanks lanscapelover, nice of you to say.

    The template was made in PS CS5.1, took me a while as I rarely use it. I ended up checking out a couple of the tutorial videos on youtube. I now have a template file for numerous sizes, then drag an image in to it and re-save, job done!

    Give it a try, I found lots of instruction on youtube, thanks must go to Dan Lindberg as his images always look great and I blatantly copied him!

    Mat

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    When a vehicle Crosses the Pell Bridge into Newport Rhode Island, the first building that stands out is the Longwarf Seafood market. While not a Newport icon by any stretch of the imagination it is a colorful image which I enjoyed capturing this afternoon with the sun angle over my shoulder.
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    A peaceful morning from Hong Kong
    Camera: ALPA TC
    Lens: Schneider Digitar 24mm XL + CF + GND + ND
    Back: Phase One P25+

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    I took this image today, though this year from another location
    Bridal Veil Falls and powerhouse Telluride, CO
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    Taken yesterday in Lee Vining, CA.
    Alpa MAX, Rodenstock 50mm HR SB, 2sec @ f/11.3, 4 degrees or so of tilt, 10mm L/R shift, P65+ mounted in portrait orientation, stitch of 3 images cropped.

    One thing I discovered with this new lens is that, because you can't mount the Alpa 34mm T/S on the front of the MAX (if you also use the rise/fall add-on), the lens can only rise/fall and shift 10mm. The back of the lens hits the MAX's inside frame...

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    This is the "money shot" taken on the the way to Alta Lake in Telluride.
    I forgot the name of the photographer who discovered this shot, though I think it was done sin the 70's
    Maybe someone can chime in.
    Sinar arTec, 70mm F11, 2 images blended in Photomatix.
    Needs some work...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    thanks must go to Dan Lindberg as his images always look great and I blatantly copied him!

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    Just kidding I have sent out my simple template to around 15 getdpi members already......
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    Schneiders perform extremely well at close focusing distances. When reading comparisons between Schneiders and Rodies most of the time this particular factor is left out. A Rodie does not stand a chance in this regard. This image is shot at minimum distance @30cm with the Schneider 35 XL (no macroadaptor). Deadly sharp at 100%

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    That's design as well as photography, Dan. Excellently performed
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Early morning in Times Square. An 8 second exposure does predictable things to a moving display.
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    I love the color saturation and vibrance you get with the MFD back. 35mm is getting there, but not quite....
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    Cambo, IQ180, HR32 stitch. Manual B&W conversion.

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan Stephens View Post
    I love the color saturation and vibrance you get with the MFD back. 35mm is getting there, but not quite....
    Thanks, Bryan.

    Of course, it could just be Capture One....

    No, it actually looked like that. I might have darkened the sky a bit.

    Here's another early morning, but I was lazy and didn't leave home.
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Schneiders perform extremely well at close focusing distances. When reading comparisons between Schneiders and Rodies most of the time this particular factor is left out. A Rodie does not stand a chance in this regard. This image is shot at minimum distance @30cm with the Schneider 35 XL (no macroadaptor). Deadly sharp at 100%

    Is there a way to automatically 'like' all of Dan's images when he posts them? I love the elegant simplicity of his compositions. It's a real talent to use such simple 'strokes' to create such pleasing imagery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Is there a way to automatically 'like' all of Dan's images when he posts them? I love the elegant simplicity of his compositions. It's a real talent to use such simple 'strokes' to create such pleasing imagery.
    Dan definitely has the MikSang approach to composition and is a master at it.

    Btw, perfect essence of yin-yang!
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Cambo, IQ180, HR32 stitch. Manual B&W conversion.

    Lovely image Ed,I love it.I like to learn how long the exposure was if you remember.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Is there a way to automatically 'like' all of Dan's images when he posts them? I love the elegant simplicity of his compositions. It's a real talent to use such simple 'strokes' to create such pleasing imagery.
    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Dan definitely has the MikSang approach to composition and is a master at it.

    Btw, perfect essence of yin-yang!
    Wow guys! Thank you so much

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    Morning ; )

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    Night ; )

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    Late night in Hong Kong

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    Love your stuff rayyen. Images are great.

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    Back to architecture! This one is less than 2 hours old

    Full rise of 25mm of the 72L.

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    Love your stuff rayyen. Images are great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    This is the "money shot" taken on the the way to Alta Lake in Telluride.
    I forgot the name of the photographer who discovered this shot, though I think it was done sin the 70's
    Maybe someone can chime in.
    Sinar arTec, 70mm F11, 2 images blended in Photomatix.
    Needs some work...

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    I believe it was David Muench who made this shot famous.

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    Cologne, last week



    Cambo WRS-1250, Rodie 32mm, Credo 80

    (yes there is a sharper version of this image, I just happen to like this one better...)

    And another one from earlier that evening


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    Yair,

    Nice! What ISO? At base, that would be something like a 1/2 second exposure (I'm wildly guessing). Or maybe it was a REALLY slow cyclist?

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    Really really like that second shot Yair.
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    Thanks guys!

    100 iso, 1/60 and pushed 1.25 stops...

    Here's another one...a small crop from a night shot...(on a DF+)


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    Interesting. The light in the bicycle picture looked more like dusk to me. I love the effect.

    Flying insects making the abstract?

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    Yes it was dusk but a fairly bright day, also there's ~10mm rise and I left the falloff correction off

    The birds are seagulls that play over Cologne's dome's rooftops every night...

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    Sunrise at Mono Lake, CA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ztacir View Post
    Lovely image Ed,I love it.I like to learn how long the exposure was if you remember.
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    Thank you. Exposure is 12 seconds, f/8, ISO 35.

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    Afternoon all.

    I hope life is treating everyone well.

    It is extremely hot here in Iraq and i am craving the cool days at my Swedish house. Here's a quick picture taken a few months back of my log pile, I love the colours in the silver birch. I can't wait to get back!

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    This time of year we are making as much inventory as possible, since the mill goes down once it freezes. We call this the 530 Pile.

    Alpa STC, IQ180, SK 150mm. Stitch from 2 vertical frames.



    The 150mm is fun IF I get the focus right
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    Today I finally got away for some photography, but the weather was not cooperative.




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    "[T]he weather was not cooperative."

    I beg to differ; very nice photo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stephengilbert View Post
    "[T]he weather was not cooperative."

    I beg to differ; very nice photo.
    Thanks Steve--I got wet and did not get a fishing boat shot I was aiming for. Another day!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stephengilbert View Post
    "[T]he weather was not cooperative."

    I beg to differ; very nice photo.
    I agree with Steve. The weather looks GREAT! My kind of weather actually plus I love the mood of the shot.
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    Today I finally got away for some photography, but the weather was not cooperative.


    Approaching Storm
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    Great weather ! Good Image . Just blue sky would be boring .
    Hopefully you have no sand in your gear . Sand once killed my ROLLEIFLEX and since then I avoid beaches .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Great weather ! Good Image . Just blue sky would be boring .
    Hopefully you have no sand in your gear . Sand once killed my ROLLEIFLEX and since then I avoid beaches .
    Thanks Jόrgen!
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Back to architecture! This one is less than 2 hours old

    Full rise of 25mm of the 72L.

    Really nice Dan, is that the color of the cladding I see..somewhat magenta or have you changed colors?? Love the composition!

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    Dan's web site is inspirational. Go visit it.
    On-line portfolio
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Mount Wilson in Telluride the other day.
    3 shoot pano vertical, Sinar arTec, Sinaron 135mm @ F11

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    Fireworks show in Hong Kong in a rather hazy night : (

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    Quote Originally Posted by harshdreams View Post
    Really nice Dan, is that the color of the cladding I see..somewhat magenta or have you changed colors?? Love the composition!
    Your'e right, some colours tweaked and overdone, parts are bleeding. Well spotted!

    Quote Originally Posted by aboudd View Post
    Dan's web site is inspirational. Go visit it.
    Thank you very much indeed

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