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    Highway 19 Near the Georgia-Florida Border
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    Hasselblad ArcBody, 45mm Rodenstock, Phase One IQ160 back. Four horizontal pan captures about 10 minutes before the moon rose, and then four more horizontal pan captures after the moon had risen to where I wanted it. I used the sky of the second series of captures with the moon in it.
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    Hasselblad ArcBody, 45mm Rodenstock, Imacon/Hasselblad V96 back.

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    Sunset over Toronto Harbour - my first day of shooting with a WRS-1200 and Rodenstock 55mm. Three shots, horizontal.


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    Sunset over Toronto Harbour - my first day of shooting with a WRS-1200 and Rodenstock 55mm. Three shots, horizontal.
    I like it. Was it too early for the city lights?

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    I like it. Was it too early for the city lights?
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    Thanks - it was, and I wasn't able to stay longer.

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    Cambo WRS SK 43XL Leaf Aptus II 5 two image stitch.
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    Denver Public Library, Denver, CO
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    Downtown Denver, CO
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    lucky dogs!
    have a great time, hope you go up the Virgin river a few hours
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    I agree! Jealous but I'll be there myself in three weeks and I couldn't justify TWO trips. Show us more ... More, more ...
    Thanks guys. It was a great time. The difficulties were 1) not a single cloud anywhere after Monday night (I left my bag in the car thinking that there was too much cloud cover. I'll never make that mistake again...) and 2) the foliage was going from green to brown with a tepid attempt at yellow. We (well, Guy and Jack) had to search the narrow side canyons to find what color we did.

    Still, instead of the sweeping red mountains and clouds streaked with fire, we got intimate pictures of rocks and plants. Rather pleasant, really.

    Good luck, Graham, with the weather!

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    Sunrise this morning in Hong Kong

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    Cambo WRS Rodenstock 40mm 1 degree of tilt

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    Bryan, I like the image, but there appears to be a strong green cast at my end--I calibrate my monitor. I am not sure what you are seeing. Just thought you would like to know.

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    I can see a strong green cast here as well . My monitor is calibrated just a couple of days ago and I do that all 4 weeks .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Bryan, I like the image, but there appears to be a strong green cast at my end--I calibrate my monitor. I am not sure what you are seeing. Just thought you would like to know.
    I have to calibrate my monitor, so you are probably more accurate than I am.

    Thanks for noting this.
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    It is odd. On my work PC I see the color cast, but on my laptop I dont. I guess I know which monitor needs to be calibrated.
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    Folks, There's a major change in my setup and I am as happy as can be....but, I will not tell you just yet what it is. Time will tell....

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    Oh Dan you are such a tease.


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    Dan

    Dave is right , you are such as tease . O.K. LEAF CREDO 60 , at least that's what I can figure out .
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    Thank you It is a truly beautiful back. I have very carefully shimmed the back to the adaptorplate and I think I nailed it! It focuses perfectly on all distances with the 72L. Have yet to try other lenses.
    Useless light today so no images worth showing, but it feels & looks amazing.
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    Well, if I were a heel, I would say your new setup has sole. And to boot, your images are not straight laced. All of this is tongue in cheek and I can pump the subject for all it is worth. And to sneaker in one last comment, that is a real kicker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Well, if I were a heel, I would say your new setup has sole. And to boot, your images are not straight laced. All of this is tongue in cheek and I can pump the subject for all it is worth. And to sneaker in one last comment, that is a real kicker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Folks, There's a major change in my setup and I am as happy as can be....but, I will not tell you just yet what it is. Time will tell....

    You got a great sensor and you will love that back for sure. I loved all 4 of mine with that sensor. geez i sound like such a gear slut. LOL

    Good luck and happy shooting.
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    IQ180, 72mm, ISO 35, 10 shot stitch

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    Dan, congrats to your new setup :-)
    Looking forward to see more stunning captures from your new back.
    Just one question, why credo but not IQ?
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    What a back!!!! I totally love it. Yes, there will be plenty of images to come.
    I hardly have words for the inspiration I feel with the exquisite Alpa in combination with the perfect back for a tech cam, Credo 60. Holy smoke this combo will rock

    A single exposure a couple of hours ago, hardly done anything to it....

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    Sunset some day in Hong Kong

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    I don't know if this should go in the "Capture One 7 is the Best Thing Since Sliced Bread" thread, or here, but I took this three weeks ago when I had a brand new Schneider 60 lens for the Cambo, and was just never happy with the separation between the foreground and the willow across the pond. With C17, I like it enough now to post.

    Kudos also goes to Jack's resizing action, which generates truly outstanding 1200 pixel jpegs.



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    First test with Arca swiss f-line6x9. both images are 3 shot stitches at iso 50.
    night image is rode 90mm at 104sec and sunset image is 1/4 of a second with the 43 sk

    First thoughts are i love this camera.
    I am on the market for a tech or view cam for my h4d-50.
    I was considering the techno, arca f line, rm3di, or even the cambo wrs.

    I think i feel more comfortable using the ground glass as i don't have any experience with helical focussing. however the f line does not seem to take anything wider than 35mm and the linhof has a strange stitching back which is not the same as the arca.

    Any thoughts and advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks

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    Hmm... I mostly use the Rm3d nowadays, but I have used the Schneider 24 on an F Line Metric. Get the deepest recessed board they have. Also, if you reverse the rear standard, it puts the ground glass quite a bit closer to the lens. Mount the back right on the camera (no slider). And that ought to get you to the super wide. I also have the M-Line 2 and with that camera you can actually get the rear element to touch the ground glass.

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    Hi chris,

    Rear element touching sounds a bit sketchy.lol...

    However I will definately try flipping the rear standard for use with the 35 sk.
    The studio I rented it from said that it was not possible to use anything below 35. I will investigate further.

    May I ask what your thoughts are on the rm3d. It looks great but how does it handle in comparison to the f line.

    Thanks

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    My first post in this forum

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    @Tubey ... Greetings!!

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    Frost on the grass, but high skies and a big bright sun. Gloves on and bag over shoulder. Today I am going to try movements for the first time with the Credo!
    This particular image was a very moderate lensfall of 5mm.
    First image made with the Credo with 'photography' in mind and not 'testing' anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Frost on the grass, but high skies and a big bright sun. Gloves on and bag over shoulder. Today I am going to try movements for the first time with the Credo!
    This particular image was a very moderate lensfall of 5mm.
    First image made with the Credo with 'photography' in mind and not 'testing' anything.

    Those other ones were tests!
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    This is the largest square image I have processed. It is a two image flatstich with the MAX & Credo 60. I know there are many of you that have done multistitch images with both 60 and 80 mp backs, but I haven't and I am going mental here, seeing so much detail! It is nothing short of amazing in high rez and a good monitor.

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    First test with Arca swiss f-line6x9. both images are 3 shot stitches at iso 50.
    night image is rode 90mm at 104sec and sunset image is 1/4 of a second with the 43 sk

    First thoughts are i love this camera.
    I am on the market for a tech or view cam for my h4d-50.
    I was considering the techno, arca f line, rm3di, or even the cambo wrs.

    I think i feel more comfortable using the ground glass as i don't have any experience with helical focussing. however the f line does not seem to take anything wider than 35mm and the linhof has a strange stitching back which is not the same as the arca.

    Any thoughts and advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
    Hi

    did you use you Hassy D50 back on the Arca ? Is that possible and easy, even if the back has no battery ?

    thanks

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    Hi

    did you use you Hassy D50 back on the Arca ? Is that possible and easy, even if the back has no battery ?

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    Hi Jerome,

    I used it tethered to a Mac book pro(2011). To be honest I found shooting tethered quite useful as it can be tricky to focus but not that bad. I was considering the image bank ii if I ever buy a view camera which would probably be easier in the field.

    I basically rented the arca to test it. It came in a giant peli case which I found a little cumbersome but it carried pretty much everything. Quite easy to set up but today I received some harassment from silly security guards in Dubai marina and perhaps a smaller and quicker set up like the rm3d would be more ideal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bahr View Post
    Hi Jerome,

    I used it tethered to a Mac book pro(2011). To be honest I found shooting tethered quite useful as it can be tricky to focus but not that bad. I was considering the image bank ii if I ever buy a view camera which would probably be easier in the field.

    I basically rented the arca to test it. It came in a giant peli case which I found a little cumbersome but it carried pretty much everything. Quite easy to set up but today I received some harassment from silly security guards in Dubai marina and perhaps a smaller and quicker set up like the rm3d would be more ideal.

    Bahr
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    Shooting tethered for landscape is not an option for me. Image bank is available and effective ?

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    Well I have researched the image bank ii and there is not a lot of user experiences posted about it. On paper it looks great but it does cost a fair amount. I think if it works well then it's definitely worth the cost. I think I read somewhere that although you can use the built in hard drive, you can also write to a cf card and only use it to power the back. B&H still have it listed on their site.

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    I have commented on the image bank on numerous posts. It is easy to use-trouble free-you may send the images to your cf card-the batteries last a long time and are inexpensive and rechargeable. I use my H4D50 back on my arca swiss rm3di and enjoy the experience
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    Alright, putting close range photography on the test out in the field. I have tested/concluded that with the macroadaptor 6.5 and the SK 72L I get perfect focus with a distance of 535mm from the front of the base of the lens. So, I have cut a piece of thin wood of this exact distance and bring with me in the field. Putting this piece of wood between the lens and the object makes my macro focusing incredibly accurate. I have yet to get a closeup out of focus. (ofcourse I have these 'woodguides' for all four lenses in combination with the 6.5 adaptor)
    This image I used a sandbag to put the MAX on.

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    G'day Dan,

    I love this photo. I was wondering, is there a particular metering method you employ here to completely blow out the highlights? Such as expose for the blacks? I love high-key work, and am looking to get into it more in the near future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
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    So, I have cut a piece of thin wood of this exact distance and bring with me in the field. Putting this piece of wood between the lens and the object makes my macro focusing incredibly accurate. I have yet to get a closeup out of focus. (ofcourse I have these 'woodguides' for all four lenses in combination with the 6.5 adaptor)
    Dan, this sounds very much like a variation of the old Press photographer trick with their Crown Graphic cameras except that they used a piece of string to determine exact distance.
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    jars121 - thank you, Two exposures where one is overexposed and then blend in those parts.

    graham - I have strings too but the advantage of the more rigid pieces is when setting up the camera I can hold the stick at the same time in place while moving the whole tripod/camera back and forth.
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    The DR of CREDO 60 is very impressive! This shot is a 27 second exposure and the only light was from the windows. A single shot and then tweaked in Capture One.

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    IQ180, Rodie 55mm, 2x2 stich (15mmL, 25mmD, 15mmR, 5mmU), Cambo RS

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    I don't know if this should go in the "Capture One 7 is the Best Thing Since Sliced Bread" thread, or here, but I took this three weeks ago when I had a brand new Schneider 60 lens for the Cambo, and was just never happy with the separation between the foreground and the willow across the pond. With C17, I like it enough now to post.

    Kudos also goes to Jack's resizing action, which generates truly outstanding 1200 pixel jpegs.



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    Fantastic image, Matt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    jars121 - thank you, Two exposures where one is overexposed and then blend in those parts.
    Ahh that makes sense. Many thanks Dan, I plan on giving it a go with my GX680II, and I'll post the result up in here.

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