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    Who says a Schneider Super-Digitar 28 XL shouldn't/couldn't be used with the big guns? (yes I know it isn't recomendable with the 80 backs but many say it is borderline also with the 60 backs!)
    Since it is the lens that I 'want' to work with the new back I have spent considerable time to try out many setups, movements, with/without CF and so on. My conclusion is that my combo is nothing short of stellar! This image is shot today and the original 16 bit tiff (76x56cm @300dpi) has incredible sharpness, microcontrast and overall 'feel' that I very very much like.
    To those people who rule out this lens because of the bad writeups - do not dismiss it without trying!!

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    Who says a Schneider Super-Digitar 28 XL shouldn't/couldn't be used with the big guns? (yes I know it isn't recomendable with the 80 backs but many say it is borderline also with the 60 backs!)
    Since it is the lens that I 'want' to work with the new back I have spent considerable time to try out many setups, movements, with/without CF and so on. My conclusion is that my combo is nothing short of stellar! This image is shot today and the original 16 bit tiff (76x56cm @300dpi) has incredible sharpness, microcontrast and overall 'feel' that I very very much like.
    To those people who rule out this lens because of the bad writeups - do not dismiss it without trying!!

    Stunning as usual Dan!
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Who says a Schneider Super-Digitar 28 XL shouldn't/couldn't be used with the big guns? (yes I know it isn't recomendable with the 80 backs but many say it is borderline also with the 60 backs!)
    Since it is the lens that I 'want' to work with the new back I have spent considerable time to try out many setups, movements, with/without CF and so on. My conclusion is that my combo is nothing short of stellar! This image is shot today and the original 16 bit tiff (76x56cm @300dpi) has incredible sharpness, microcontrast and overall 'feel' that I very very much like.
    To those people who rule out this lens because of the bad writeups - do not dismiss it without trying!!

    Fabulous image Dan!
    Do you mind sharing what you ended up putting in the soup to make it so delicious? CF? How far you can shift? Any processing magic?
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    Fabulous image Dan!
    Do you mind sharing what you ended up putting in the soup to make it so delicious? CF? How far you can shift? Any processing magic?
    Thanks,
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    I did do a few things....but not a whole lot.

    The yellowish colour is not increased in saturation (AWB), I seldom do that, but in this image I can see it looks that way, but for this effect I went the other way and desaturated the sky and the reflected part slightly. I wanted primarily the blue colour to be secondary.
    Further I have lightened the flooredges on the left inside the structure but kept the surrounding originally dark for accentuated contrast.
    Believe it or not, but NO centre filter was used, can't help it but I see a clear difference in sharpness.
    I have 8mm rise. LCC applied. No extra sharpening. Not cropped at all. Saved as 16 bit Tiff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    I did do a few things....but not a whole lot.

    The yellowish colour is not increased in saturation (AWB), I seldom do that, but in this image I can see it looks that way, but for this effect I went the other way and desaturated the sky and the reflected part slightly. I wanted primarily the blue colour to be secondary.
    Further I have lightened the flooredges on the left inside the structure but kept the surrounding originally dark for accentuated contrast.
    Believe it or not, but NO centre filter was used, can't help it but I see a clear difference in sharpness.
    I have 8mm rise. LCC applied. No extra sharpening. Not cropped at all. Saved as 16 bit Tiff.
    Dang! Almost straight out of the box!! Really impressive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    I did do a few things....but not a whole lot.

    The yellowish colour is not increased in saturation (AWB), I seldom do that, but in this image I can see it looks that way, but for this effect I went the other way and desaturated the sky and the reflected part slightly. I wanted primarily the blue colour to be secondary.
    Further I have lightened the flooredges on the left inside the structure but kept the surrounding originally dark for accentuated contrast.
    Believe it or not, but NO centre filter was used, can't help it but I see a clear difference in sharpness.
    I have 8mm rise. LCC applied. No extra sharpening. Not cropped at all. Saved as 16 bit Tiff.
    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Who says a Schneider Super-Digitar 28 XL shouldn't/couldn't be used with the big guns? (yes I know it isn't recomendable with the 80 backs but many say it is borderline also with the 60 backs!)
    Since it is the lens that I 'want' to work with the new back I have spent considerable time to try out many setups, movements, with/without CF and so on. My conclusion is that my combo is nothing short of stellar! This image is shot today and the original 16 bit tiff (76x56cm @300dpi) has incredible sharpness, microcontrast and overall 'feel' that I very very much like.
    To those people who rule out this lens because of the bad writeups - do not dismiss it without trying!!

    Great image as always dan. I'm seeing a (not so noticeable) sensor dust on one of the windows reflecting the sky on the upper left hand side

    Soon I will be posting images here. Get my max in the next couple days!

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    This image was assigned and briefed in detail. Client was impressed that I got it so close to what she envisioned. Nice feeling of satisfying a client like that

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    Dan, you are the master of simplicity! Thank you for sharing so much - it is motivating.
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    I've only been using Capture One for just about forever but never processed a B&W image for some reason???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flynnyfalcon View Post
    Really nice image. Would you mind describing your toning techniques on this one.

    Thanks Flynnyfalcon. The key is to use a GND filter to correct any contrast imbalance across the scene. The colour saturation was then adjusted a bit via Capture One.

    I am a newbie ... it is just my 2 cents.

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    Afternoon all

    I'm happy after 9 weeks at work to be back in the lovely North of Sweden and picking up my Alpa again, it is such a wonderful thing to use.

    Took a couple of quick shots today, just to get some practice in , it's a bit chilly up here after 9 weeks in Iraq!



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    Here's a second, taken about 10 miles away from the first, the river is quite fast moving but is starting to freeze up.

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    Thanks for the likes people! Very nice of you.

    I'm enjoying getting to grips with C1 7 actually, tried some B&W, quite liking this.

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    Paris - IQ180 + Rodenstock 40mm HR-W


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    Mont St. Michel

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    Eiffel Tower

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    Awsome pics, did you use tripod? If yes, did anybody give you trouble?

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    Light painting

    Cambo WRS, Rodi 28 mm, 45+

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    light painting

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    Quote Originally Posted by aeaemd View Post
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    Awsome pics, did you use tripod? If yes, did anybody give you trouble?

    Amr
    Thanks, I didn't have any problem on those three spots above, but did had some problem at Louvre. Not because I was using tripod, but my camera looks too professional (Linhof Techno). My friend had no problem with a Canon 5d and tripod.

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    Few from ROME

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    Something I like about this gate when I passed by.


    ROME by yatlee, on Flickr
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    Last one for ROME.


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    Heh, it's where I grew up. London looks so small and flat now

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    Dudhsagar Falls Goa India.
    ( Dudh = milk & sagar= sea )
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    Bhutan Monk
    Something different that not many will use their tech/field camera for. It's shot by Techno and 70mm Rodenstock HR-W.

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    One more.

    Timphu Dzong - Tashicheodzong by yatlee, on Flickr
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    Landscape in Bhutan from a place called Wangdue.

    Wangdue sunset by yatlee, on Flickr
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    Phobijkha Valley

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    Trongsa Dzong

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    On the way up to Tiger's Nest Monastery.

    Tiger's Nest Path 3 by yatlee, on Flickr
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    Tiger's Nest Monastery

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    Yat

    I also use the techno and it is my favorite camera, what do you use to focus?
    I am not a big fan of the live view in the IQ or credo for focusing, I use it mainly for composition. I use the sliding back with the focusing bellow with the supplied magnifier.

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    This image was assigned and briefed in detail. Client was impressed that I got it so close to what she envisioned. Nice feeling of satisfying a client like that

    Interesting, yet somewhat bewildering image, Dan - it always appears if I'm looking at 2 horizons..... good catch
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    Yatlee,

    Absolutely stunning! Your work is wonderful. It is a privilege just to be able to look at the above images.

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    Yat, Very well done!

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    As an aside, how do you like the 70mm HR? I think it'll be my next lens.

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    Something different that not many will use their tech/field camera for. It's shot by Techno and 70mm Rodenstock HR-W.

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    DF 28 mm IQ180

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    DF 28mm P45+ (Niagra Falls)
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    I also use the techno and it is my favorite camera, what do you use to focus?
    I am not a big fan of the live view in the IQ or credo for focusing, I use it mainly for composition. I use the sliding back with the focusing bellow with the supplied magnifier.

    Ame
    Hi Ame, I use a sliding back from Kapture Group. I was able to get accurate focusing using my old P45+ in Hassy V mount. When I upgraded to IQ180 in Mamiya mount, I also change the focusing screen and spacing. For my wide lens (40mm and 32mm) I have no problem using just a 4x loupe to get accurate focusing. However, the longer focal length, it seems to be off a bit even it looks in focus on the ground glass. I have not come around and get it adjusted and ended up using live view a lot. Now, I totally get used to the following workflow:

    1. Initial focus and framing using the ground glass on the sliding back. I get to see "stitchable" area (approx. 6x9" size).
    2. Slide the back over and turn on live view and view at 100% and fine tune focusing. Couple tricks here: (i) the lens must be in wide open position; (ii) use ND filter - I find that a 6 stops ND works perfect (even for a F4.0 lens) under bright day light and a 3 stops work pretty much the rest of the lighting situation. I use Lee filter holder and keep the adaptor ring on all the time. If you worry about exposing the front element, Lee has a lens cover that fit the size of the holder. So, no more screw on/off which is a huge time saver.

    That's all. Hope this help.
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    Thanks Greg and Paul for the compliment!

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    Good info, thanks Yat.

    Do you think it's a GG registration problem causing your focusing issues with your Techno? It's interesting that you find it easier to focus your wider lenses vs. your long lenses. It's usually the other way around with the GG.

    Paula at Linhof & Studio told me that the new Linhof GG is absolutely amazing. Can you use it with your Kapture Groupe sliding back?

    As for your photographs, they are great. I especially like the one of Tiger's Nest Monastery (portrait orientation). Was it taken with the P45+ or IQ180? It's a boring question but I've been investigating the P45+ for use with my Techno and I like your images so thought you'd be a good person to comment on the combo.

    Best,

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    Hi Ame, I use a sliding back from Kapture Group. I was able to get accurate focusing using my old P45+ in Hassy V mount. When I upgraded to IQ180 in Mamiya mount, I also change the focusing screen and spacing. For my wide lens (40mm and 32mm) I have no problem using just a 4x loupe to get accurate focusing. However, the longer focal length, it seems to be off a bit even it looks in focus on the ground glass. I have not come around and get it adjusted and ended up using live view a lot. Now, I totally get used to the following workflow:

    1. Initial focus and framing using the ground glass on the sliding back. I get to see "stitchable" area (approx. 6x9" size).
    2. Slide the back over and turn on live view and view at 100% and fine tune focusing. Couple tricks here: (i) the lens must be in wide open position; (ii) use ND filter - I find that a 6 stops ND works perfect (even for a F4.0 lens) under bright day light and a 3 stops work pretty much the rest of the lighting situation. I use Lee filter holder and keep the adaptor ring on all the time. If you worry about exposing the front element, Lee has a lens cover that fit the size of the holder. So, no more screw on/off which is a huge time saver.

    That's all. Hope this help.

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    Tiger's Nest Monastery

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    Stunning images. This is already on my bucket list and damn if your images haven't help push it up a notch!!! Very nicely done!

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    Dan,

    Great shot as normal although I find myself wanting to see just a smidgen of blue above the top of the building.
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    Good info, thanks Yat.

    Do you think it's a GG registration problem causing your focusing issues with your Techno? It's interesting that you find it easier to focus your wider lenses vs. your long lenses. It's usually the other way around with the GG.

    Paula at Linhof & Studio told me that the new Linhof GG is absolutely amazing. Can you use it with your Kapture Groupe sliding back?

    As for your photographs, they are great. I especially like the one of Tiger's Nest Monastery (portrait orientation). Was it taken with the P45+ or IQ180? It's a boring question but I've been investigating the P45+ for use with my Techno and I like your images so thought you'd be a good person to comment on the combo.

    Best,

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    It's a quite a long story. My frist IQ180 has a bad sensor which phase one replaced under warranty, but they didn't align the sensor properly after the replacement which I only found out when using it with the 645DF. So, between the few times back and forth with phaseone, I already adopted the new work flow I mentioned. So I never really tried to look into the GG focusing problem.

    The kapture group GG is made by maxwell which is extremely bright and I never had problem focusing it on the P45+ with only a 4x loupe even using swing and tilt.

    All my pictures above are taken with IQ180. Will show you few pictures on the P45+ if you like to see.
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    Dan,

    Great shot as normal although I find myself wanting to see just a smidgen of blue above the top of the building.
    Graham, I actually have air in the raw file, but decided to crop it tight. Thinking it would be a stronger division between left-right from that straight vertical centreline of the building. However, I was back and forth with this decision and now that I see your comment maybe I should have gone with the slightly more conventional route....
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    Yat,

    Stunning images. This is already on my bucket list and damn if your images haven't help push it up a notch!!! Very nicely done!

    Thanks Graham, It's a beautiful place (both the landscape and the people) and I'm already planning to go there again next year! Check out my flickr for some pictures of the monks and poeple there.

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    I'd love to see some P45+ images, thanks. Especially ones taken with the Techno. I love this camera and I'm currently using it with 6x7 film. I bought it with an eye to digital capture I currently use an Imacon 848 to scan my negatives. I made sure I bought digital lenses, being the Rodenstock 90mm HR and 55mm APO-Sironar Digital. Can't wait until I can afford to go 100% workflow.

    Really sorry to hear about your IQ alignment problems. That really must be a pain in the backside. I guess the IQ's liveview is a real life saver!

    Quote Originally Posted by yatlee View Post
    It's a quite a long story. My frist IQ180 has a bad sensor which phase one replaced under warranty, but they didn't align the sensor properly after the replacement which I only found out when using it with the 645DF. So, between the few times back and forth with phaseone, I already adopted the new work flow I mentioned. So I never really tried to look into the GG focusing problem.

    The kapture group GG is made by maxwell which is extremely bright and I never had problem focusing it on the P45+ with only a 4x loupe even using swing and tilt.

    All my pictures above are taken with IQ180. Will show you few pictures on the P45+ if you like to see.

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