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    Couple taken by P45+ and Techno.


    TPC sunrise pano 1 by yatlee, on Flickr


    Bride's Pool by yatlee, on Flickr
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    Can finally post here!
    Some shots from first day using the Alpa. I have to say it was pretty hard to get focusing down at first. But once I got used to it, its not that bad, But every other advantage I thought would be there for using a technical camera is there. I'm very happy with the look of these images. They seem to have more pop, or maybe thats just capture one 7 lol.

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    SK35 with tilt.

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    SK47 with tilt
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    Aha - I was wondering about the strobe connection on your Max self portrait - now it becomes clear!
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    Aha - I was wondering about the strobe connection on your Max self portrait - now it becomes clear!
    If you look closely in the "Max self portrait" you can see the profoto Air transceiver just below my digital back. It was the most practical place to put it. And it looks sexy there too

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    New shot taken with the Cambo WRS1000 + Schneider 47mm Digitar
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    Fall is passed. Winter is knocking on the door. We are expecting snow this weekend and our cars have wintertires on. Firewood stored in the cellar, lots of candles at hand and I am giving my high end audio system a polish for those dark evenings with music and a glas of red wine (or single malt).

    Byebye fall, this is my last fall image for this year. A 2:1 pano, flatstich with the Alpa Max.

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    Here's Kilgore Falls - about an hour away from me in Maryland (shot in early Nov) - I preferred the B&W version, the hurricane that blew through took down many of the leaves so the color was a bit weak.

    I think I used my 47XL on a Rm3di - back is my recently acquired P45+

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Fall is passed. Winter is knocking on the door. We are expecting snow this weekend and our cars have wintertires on. Firewood stored in the cellar, lots of candles at hand and I am giving my high end audio system a polish for those dark evenings with music and a glas of red wine (or single malt).

    Byebye fall, this is my last fall image for this year. A 2:1 pano, flatstich with the Alpa Max.

    Pretty much the same here in Ontario, Dan, though I tend to have more wine than wood in my cellar. Now is the time to start printing those images from the last 8 or 9 months!

    But a nice sunny winter day can be magic too! Keep sharing those magic images of yours, please.

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    Thanks Bill, and sure thing, this morning waking up everything was white white white....
    I am a tripodguy but sometimes force myself not to use a tripod just to loosen up a bit and do a little bit more of snapshots. Today was one of those days. Light snowfall and many virgen snowfields. I took the Alpa TC, SK35XL and Credo 60 and went for a walk.
    No centrefilter and 100iso to be able to shoot at 1/60 and f8. Guesstimating or hyperfocal focus.
    It is really great to feel secure that I can handhold this combination for sharp results at 1/60. And with the large round Alpa spiritlevel on top of the TC, I still have control with horisontal/vertical lines. A very light and yet powerful setup!!
    Lastly with the big files from Credo 60 I have no hesitation in making 2:1 panos from the original file, it is in its original size 76cm wide at 300dpi. Amazing.

    So, here is Svaneholm castle handheld

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    Hong Kong has been raining for weeks, no landscape, so let's do something else...

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    Last edited by rayyen; 5th December 2012 at 04:38.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Thanks Bill, and sure thing, this morning waking up everything was white white white....
    I am a tripodguy but sometimes force myself not to use a tripod just to loosen up a bit and do a little bit more of snapshots. Today was one of those days. Light snowfall and many virgen snowfields. I took the Alpa TC, SK35XL and Credo 60 and went for a walk.
    No centrefilter and 100iso to be able to shoot at 1/60 and f8. Guesstimating or hyperfocal focus.
    It is really great to feel secure that I can handhold this combination for sharp results at 1/60. And with the large round Alpa spiritlevel on top of the TC, I still have control with horisontal/vertical lines. A very light and yet powerful setup!!
    Lastly with the big files from Credo 60 I have no hesitation in making 2:1 panos from the original file, it is in its original size 76cm wide at 300dpi. Amazing.

    So, here is Svaneholm castle handheld

    Now that's what I call a P&S!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Now that's what I call a P&S!

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    Please explain to me what you mean by P&S . Will you ? ? ?
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    I would guess P&S = Point and Shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post
    I would guess P&S = Point and Shoot.
    That is what I thought as well , but I doubt it .
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    Dan is a friend of mine and I know how careful he is before he press the release button. When he does it's for sure a stunning image.

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    I appreciate DAN's work very very much and think P&S = point and shoot would degrade his work enormous .
    Therefore I can not believe P&S stands for point and shoot .
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    Don't worry folks, this might be a subtle language issue but I'm certain that Sinhue is using the term P&S in an ironic yet a very complementary way towards the use of the TC for portable/walkabout use. Kind of like seeing a Bentley with four or five people in it and saying "that's one hell of a people mover" etc.

    It's definitely not saying that Dan's images are P&S snapshots! It is a beautiful handheld shot so that would also apply.
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    Regards . Jürgen .
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    First time stitching with the Alpa. Shot an interior for for a chocolatier - Henri Le Roux here in Paris. The place ended up being much smaller than I thought it would be, so I decided to give stitching a try, and it worked out pretty great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Sinhue

    Please explain to me what you mean by P&S . Will you ? ? ?
    Hi Jürgen

    As Graham pointed out, I was using the term P&S (point and shoot) in an ironic sense....... ie, Dan was able to make this photo without a tripod, just hand holding his ALPA with a 60mp MFDB......

    It was in no way detracting from Dan's skill and fastidious sense of composition.

    HTH, Sinuhe

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    Last edited by rayyen; 5th December 2012 at 15:53.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Hi Jürgen

    As Graham pointed out, I was using the term P&S (point and shoot) in an ironic sense....... ie, Dan was able to make this photo without a tripod, just hand holding his ALPA with a 60mp MFDB......

    It was in no way detracting from Dan's skill and fastidious sense of composition.

    HTH, Sinuhe
    Perhaps we should create a new term .
    MFDHH = Medium Format Digital Hand Held .
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    Afternoon all

    I hope everyone is well. I'm back at work in Iraq and looking through a few shots I took whilst at home in North Sweden.

    I like this, sure it's a little blown out but I really like the warmth.

    Alpa STC, 72mm and P25+



    This was taken on a very cold morning, lovely place to live on the edge of a lake.

    STC, 72mm

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    Back in Sweden from working flat out for four days in Spain. Fighting timeschedule and rain. 12 hour days didn't help, had to reschedule two large properties for January.
    Despite the timepressure I did get some nice images. Unfortunately I cannot share all due to copyright restrictions, but a few I will post. Here's one

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    Dufferin Islands, Niagara Falls, Ontario



    2-frame stitch, WRS-1200, Aptus 22, Schneider 35XL
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    Just wondering if you might prefer to neutralize this a bit to remove the strong green color cast.
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    ... Although I feel the green tint gives it that film (movie) look, but it's definitely a matter of preference!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pophoto View Post
    ... Although I feel the green tint gives it that film (movie) look, but it's definitely a matter of preference!
    I would certainly understand and respect that. I like the composition but the green balance was a little unsettling for my own eye personally. However, if that was the intent then so be it.
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    I would certainly understand and respect that. I like the composition but the green balance was a little unsettling for my own eye personally. However, if that was the intent then so be it.
    Oh for sure! I guess only jctodd can answer that
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    I would certainly understand and respect that. I like the composition but the green balance was a little unsettling for my own eye personally.
    My immediate reaction to jctodd's image was "beautiful shot", followed a few seconds later with the thought that it was way out of color balance. But...

    Another photographer in the same gallery as I has a similar "emotional" approach compared to my "realistic". I had a hard time accepting her "off" colors and often soft focus... but discovered that every time I'm in the gallery, I am drawn to her work. It's the "feeling" I get before my analytical left brain kicks-in.

    I'd like to bring "mood", "fantasy" and "emotion" into my work without compromising the "accuracy" people who buy my images expect of me. Can the two exist in one image?
    My goal for the new year is to see if I can do it. I think Dan Lindberg is closing-in on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schuster View Post
    It's the "feeling" I get before my analytical left brain kicks-in.
    And sometimes the analytical brain is fooled. Sometimes the world is green, but a conceptual approach rejects that. We limit the possibilities and surprises that the world presents to us. I think when we become the viewer, we let everything go and just enjoy the experience.

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    It's not easy being green.
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    Thank you all for your comments. In fact, it was just my mistake not to correct Leaf's (dare I say eccentric?) 'daylight' white balance default - you'd think I'd have learned to deal with it automatically as part of my workflow by now, but I'll just blame my laptop screen instead. I welcome the suggestions that I *might've* presented the image that way deliberately :-)
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    Morning all.

    Here's a quick shot of a foggy morning in the North of Sweden

    STC, 72mm, P25+

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    Another from a bit later in the day, same set-up. I'm trying to use the 72 a bit more as I seem to have the 47 permanently attached.

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    Mjr - That's a lovely one!
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    Well....different from my usual photography. This was a rejected image from a special project, but I rather liked it - and it was close to the brief (as I understood it). It tought me a few new tricks in PP.

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    Cambo WDS SK35XL center filter f11 IQ180

    I like to come here and look at the great work folk are doing and now an then comment. Figured I had better contribute an image. Here is one from a series I am doing for the local Golf Club.

    Also was going to sell the 35XL and buy a Rodenstock lens for the rig, but at present the changeover price was just to much. Actually at present anything would probably be too much. So thought lets go and use what we have.

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    Dear all ... since a while I´m a passive reading-only-member of this great Forum.
    Now I want to share some images with you.
    Kamera: ALPA STC, 70mm Rodenstock, 6x9 Alpa-Film-Back, Polaroids-Back, CN-Film. Scanned with Flextight.

    This summer I was on a journey along the former inner-german border,
    On the way I portrayed People and Landscapes. In search of different definitions of freedom.

    I came back with 23 images, a photographic essay about the youngest german history.
    Its a very personal view on this topic, shot on CN-Negative 6x9 with an Alpa STC.

    Theses pictures were made on behalf of the Bertelsmann Foundation Publishing House, they have been published in the book
    FREEDOM, EQUALITY, SOLIDARITY - toughts on Europes Future - from Germany, France and Poland


    You can see a slideshow on youtube ...

    Freedom - a photographic essay - YouTube

    beste Grüsse

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    Klaus

    I went and watched the YouTube slide show.

    The text made the images more accessible to a person who has never been to Germany and know little of the everyday challenges the local people had to deal with.

    An interesting collection of images -

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    Zumwalt Prairie Barn & Wallowa Mtns, Oregon

    Alpa STC, 90 HRW, IQ160, 1/60 @ f/11 ISO 50 - 3 image stitch pano.

    http://forum.getdpi.com/gallery/files/1/1/7/_903076.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Zumwalt Prairie Barn & Wallowa Mtns, Oregon

    Alpa STC, 90 HRW, IQ160, 1/60 @ f/11 ISO 50 - 3 image stitch pano.

    http://forum.getdpi.com/gallery/files/1/1/7/_903076.jpg
    Graham - stunning shot - well done.

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    graham:

    love that area, spent a few sessions backpacking in the Wallowas,

    nice shot

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