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    A ski resort 250km away from Beijing China
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    Cathedral Gorge, Nevada.
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    Two shot vertical pano.
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    Evening!

    Thanks to all who have liked my previous images, really appreciated!

    I'm thinking of Christmas at home whilst sitting in a container in the desert in South Iraq, rubbish! Luckily I have time to play with some images and really like this.

    I love processing to square crops, this is STC, 72mm, P25+

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    First shots with the new lens
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    Feeling blue....
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    Happy Christmas!

    Three images merged in Helicon Focus, (near, far, and fire @ 5500K).

    Alpa TC | IQ140 | SK35XL | 5 s | f11 | iso50

    Cheers, -Peter

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    Get up 6am in a freezy morning, rush to the Forbidden City have an early walk with my Alpa 12 SWA

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyen View Post
    Get up 6am in a freezy morning, rush to the Forbidden City have an early walk with my Alpa 12 SWA

    Wow, I have NEVER seen the sky not yellow there.
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    Interesting shot. Given that it's after sunrise I'm surprised that you didn't have to contend with the raising of the flag and the soldiers/police everywhere.

    Very cool location, especially when it's quiet like that. I had the privilege of having cocktails right there above Mao at Tiananmen Gate back in 2008 (but also a Forbidden City under reconstruction) and dinner across the square at the Great Hall of the People.

    Nice pano and no smog either!

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    Wow, I have NEVER seen the sky not yellow there.
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    Too funny - you beat me to it!
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    St Thomas and St Edmund's Church, Salisbury, England


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    First Christmas in Paris
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    Interesting shot. Given that it's after sunrise I'm surprised that you didn't have to contend with the raising of the flag and the soldiers/police everywhere.

    Very cool location, especially when it's quiet like that. I had the privilege of having cocktails right there above Mao at Tiananmen Gate back in 2008 (but also a Forbidden City under reconstruction) and dinner across the square at the Great Hall of the People.

    Nice pano and no smog either!



    Too funny - you beat me to it!

    Yeah, I arrived there before they rise the flag and the soldiers marching.
    Last time I visit was also under construction... 2010, so lucky this time view not obstructed : )

    I walk all morning in the Forbidden City, when I was back, I was told it was the coldest day this year... I'm not cold, but I also lost feeling of my hands and fingers, hahaha...

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    My Fiancee and our Baby Very excited for this next new step in our life!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    My Fiancee and our Baby Very excited for this next new step in our life!

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    The difference in textures and the way you captured them are amazing in this photo Dan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    My Fiancee and our Baby Very excited for this next new step in our life!

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    Thank You Jack Everything in life is going so fast now a days! Good thing all my crazy Alpa purchases were done before the baby. Now its time to start saving for badass strollers lol!

    Already found the Alpa of baby strollers:
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    Alpa TC, Rodie 70HR, IQ180
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyen View Post
    Yeah, I arrived there before they rise the flag and the soldiers marching.
    Last time I visit was also under construction... 2010, so lucky this time view not obstructed : )

    I walk all morning in the Forbidden City, when I was back, I was told it was the coldest day this year... I'm not cold, but I also lost feeling of my hands and fingers, hahaha...

    Lovely set, what time do they raise the flag and march the soldiers?
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    Lovely set, what time do they raise the flag and march the soldiers?
    Tiananmen Square Flag Raising Time: Jan.-June, Beijing, China



    Certainly in the afternoon you need to be there early because there's generally quite a crowd. Last time I was there in November I used my camera on a monopod and used time release over my head. Lot's of 'local' tourists present. Expect also to have your bags scanned via x-ray on the way in to Tiananmen Square plus they clear everyone out pretty soon after the flag has been lowered.

    One evening I was there they had a brief demonstration during the event - I swear that it was the fastest scoop and removal to a van that wasn't there seconds before that I've ever seen of a troublemaker by the plain clothed police and military.
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    Shot a couple of hours ago....

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    Amazing dynamic range in a beautiful image!
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    Well, hard to compare with the amazing photo's in this thread so far, but here's some from recent shoot in Iceland.

    Even though I've had it 6 months, this was the first major trip out with the new camera kit, and I have to say I am VERY happy with it !! But oh so much to learn yet.

    All Comments welcome

    Iceland. Detifoss Waterfall.
    Cambo WRS-AE, IQ160, 32mm HR, Lee Filters. (Bigstopper, grads).

    Attachment 67351

    This was shot on the North side of the falls, west side of the river.
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    Shek O, Hong Kong

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    Detifoss again, shot from the South side

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    RRS TVC-L 34 Tripod with leveling base, Arca Cube, Lee Filters.




    PS: I keep fiddling with this, to see how to post them like everyone else, as a full image, not a small thumb that needs clicking on !.
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    Canon 24 TS-E, HCam, IQ180

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    One of my favourite parts of Iceland is Jokuslaron Lagoon, and the attached beach.

    These are lumps of Glacial Ice that break off the face of a glacier about 4km away. They float around in the lagoon for a while then, when small enough, float down a 400m 'river' into the sea, and get pushed up onto the beach.

    Cambo WRS-AE, IQ 160, HR32 and a rising sun.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlyn View Post
    One of my favourite parts of Iceland is Jokuslaron Lagoon, and the attached beach.

    These are lumps of Glacial Ice that break off the face of a glacier about 4km away. They float around in the lagoon for a while then, when small enough, float down a 400m 'river' into the sea, and get pushed up onto the beach.

    Cambo WRS-AE, IQ 160, HR32 and a rising sun.


    Marlyn,

    What time of year were these taken? Do these kind of features melt by the end of summer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlyn View Post
    This is excellent and also different to the 99% of Jokuslaron Lagoon shots I've seen which always seem to emphasize the blue-ness of the ice or isolation of chunks against the black sand. The warmth of the sunrise really makes this image special IMHO.

    Very very nice!

    I'm going there for two weeks at the end of March / early April and so it'll be interesting to see how that beach and scenery is at that time of year.
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    NOT the famous Horseshoe Bend, but still the Colorado River ;-)

    Cambo WRS, Mamiya DM22, SK35XL - six shots stitched.

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    Marlyn,

    What time of year were these taken? Do these kind of features melt by the end of summer?

    Ed
    Shot in August 2012

    They constantly change, it's glacier fed so new ice comes down to the beach daily.

    I am going back in march, will see what it is like then.

    Regards. Mark

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    This is excellent and also different to the 99% of Jokuslaron Lagoon shots I've seen which always seem to emphasize the blue-ness of the ice or isolation of chunks against the black sand. The warmth of the sunrise really makes this image special IMHO.

    Very very nice!

    I'm going there for two weeks at the end of March / early April and so it'll be interesting to see how that beach and scenery is at that time of year.
    Thanks Graham, much appreciated.

    First time I went there was in May 2010, when we were over shooting the Volcano. It is pretty nice, and I agree, good to get something 'different'.

    I will also be there in March next year, mid march. Trying to shoot some Aurora.
    And the obligatory trip to Jokuslaron

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    Cambo, IQ180, Rody 55mm, 2 shot stitch:

    Ed Cooley Fine Art Photography
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlyn View Post
    Shot in August 2012

    They constantly change, it's glacier fed so new ice comes down to the beach daily.

    I am going back in march, will see what it is like then.

    Regards. Mark
    I'm planning a trip for August, good to have an idea of this beach around that time.

    Thanks,
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    Happy New Year from Dubai.

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    Neglect my B&W for a while... since I jump into digital world back in April last year...

    Time to do some development by myself : )

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    And before the smoke kinda ruined it all...



    /edit

    Damn. Just noticed that "mirror image" problem on this one Will have to clean that up!
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    Salisbury Cathedral and flooded watermeadows, Dec 2012.


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    shots of winter, visiting in-law in Goshen Indiana. Taken with new Linhof Techno, old 58 mm SA XL lens (surprisingly!), KG sliding back, Leaf 7. Having a blast!
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    One more, big.

    The other is a funny tech camera action shot: 7 AM, mostly dark, and this Amish cart comes by so so speedy, blurred, the horse almost invisible. Slow tech becomes action central. The slight vignette on the upper left is the photog's finger, flicking the shutter....
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    How are you finding stitching using front movements only, Geoff? Personally, I'll never use my Techno to stitch (yeah, I know. Never say never), but it'd be good to know your thoughts.
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    Purchase of a Kapture Group stitching back was a last minute "well maybe it will be of use..." and it turns out to be a lot of fun. You can get a lot of variation with a multi-position stitching back and a rotating sensor. Not only broad use of the lens circle, but also composition on the fly, as you can change proportions pretty easily.

    For these images, practically no front front movements were used, except in the most extreme one above (landscape of snow and farm) where three horiz stitches were supplemented by two "end shots" with front shift as a way to pick up more view. Along came some nasty color shifts, which were eased by use of BW and a bit of cropping.

    If your question is more along the lines of "can I use front shift and rear rise/fall to get stitching in film?", don't quite know the answer, but a guess would be sure, why not? Especially for landscapes, where the change in lens position (front shifts only, use the rear rise/fall on the Techno) probably wouldn't be so noticeable.

    Many of the stitching backs can take plates for either a digital or film back. The other really interesting thing is that use of a 3 way stitching back makes a 58 > width than a plain 40 mm lens, so that one lens (and post) can carry you a long ways. But if use of color is key, it does make for some challenging LCC work.
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    Not sure if this is appropriate for this forum, but since I don't often hang my images (most of which are taken with the Alpa), I thought I would post here:

    Many of my "Bench Views" series of images are on now display at Main Street Coffee Roasting Company, Ltd., in Redwood City. There is a short multimedia of the images on Vimeo ( Bench Views on Vimeo ).

    If you are ever in that area, it's a hidden Redwood City jewel that serves amazing breakfast and lunch and, on Saturday mornings, an outrageous brunch with various local bands playing on the patio. Of course the coffee is fantastic (Bob, one of the owners, is a master roaster; one of the few independent roasters left in the Bay Area).

    Hope you can make it over to enjoy this unique venue and the images.
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    Bit of a cloudy/eventually rainy day at Pt. Lobos, CA. Just practicing tilt and shift/stitch with the Alpa Rodenstock HR 50mm SB34 and focus mask with the IQ160. Very pleased with the focus mask in the IQ (though I did have some weird technical glitches).
    Alpa Max, 50mm Rodenstock HR SB34, 17mm T/S and 17mm extension, IQ160.



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