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    In Gribskov, the fourth largest forest in Denmark, on a rainy winter day.
    Cambo WRS, SK35XL, Mamiya DM33.

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    I just got back from Oregon and couldn't pass up photographing what essentially is someone's backyard.

    Yachat's Piece of Paradise. Cambo WRS, Rodenstock HR40 t/s, IQ180. 3-shot pano.

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    We're lucky enough up here to have those scenes as roadside drive-by's too.

    The question is, just how wet did you get shooting it?
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    being an Oregon native, a flash from '75: toyo view, 4x5 tri-x, 210 schneider
    quick scan, might have mirrored it, i think this is actually looking north

    view from Heceta Head, right next to Yachats
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    Paria Canyon-Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness.
    Cambo WRS, SK47XL, Mamiya DM22.
    Two shots stitched.

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    St Lawrence's Church, Stratford-sub-Castle, Salisbury, Wiltshire



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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    here's my debut in this thread.
    i like the images here a lot, and never miss a new post.

    thank you guys for inspiring me

    yesterday i was lucky to get what my friends would call "bad weather"
    it gave me the chance to get rid of the distracting urban background.





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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    another one from a slightly different viewpoint...

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by photomgraphy View Post
    here's my debut in this thread.



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    Love the elegant simplicity of this one. Incredibly elegant.
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    RM3D apo sinonar digital 55 (3 images stitch)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Love the elegant simplicity of this one. Incredibly elegant.
    thank you Ben.

    i printed all 3 on hahnemühle white etching 16,5 x 23 (42cm x 60 cm).
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Haven't posted here in awhile but have been checking out the wonderful images posted.

    Here's the "Old Man"


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    Shortly after posting the color I had the crazy thought of b&w.

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Don,
    I really like the B&W version best.
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    58 SA XL, Leaf 7, two stitch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    Don,
    I really like the B&W version best.
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    Thanks Bob. Looking at both Tiffs on a 30" monitor I lean towards the B&W as well.

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    I took another cut at the image from Pt. Lobos taken last weekend
    First cut:


    Second cut:


    I think it's quite a bit better...
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    Second is a lot better.
    The sky looks great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OlliL View Post
    Second is a lot better.
    The sky looks great.
    +1

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    The national park of Sierra Las Nieves. I never get tired of driving around these magnificent natural parks in south of Spain. This time around the whole family were floored by the flu, but one single day we managed an excursion and it resulted in a large panorama about 20km in, from the village of Monda. Going on a tight dirttrack all the way around the mountain, ending in another small white village, Istán.
    The photograph you see here is a twoimage flatstich made with the Alpa MAX body, Credo 60 back and Schneider 120 lens. The original filesize is 110cm wide. I am still trying to get used to these huge, incredible raw files. I cannot stop smiling at all the possibilities with these...

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    Valley of the Gods, Utah April 2011
    2-image capture WRS, SK35 XL, P45+

    Decided to see what the latest upgrades to C1 and CS6 would do to this image.



    And of course B&W

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    Quote Originally Posted by rga View Post
    I took another cut at the image from Pt. Lobos taken last weekend
    First cut:


    Second cut:


    I think it's quite a bit better...
    Thanks,
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    Bob - while I like both I prefer the second as there's more sky and it makes me feel as if I'm standing right there on the edge.

    Great - now I need to see if I can get here next month!
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    One more to offer...

    Father Crowley Point, Death Valley February 2011

    WRS/P45+ and I believe it was shot with a Schneider 72 (or 120mm). 3-shot panorama reworked using C17 and CS6.



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    Quote Originally Posted by archivue View Post
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    super! a very strong expression!

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    Alpa 12SWA
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    RGND 0.9 / PL / ISO50 / f11 / 2sec

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    Alpa 12SWA
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    Beautiful work Thomas. Thanks for inspiring me!



    Quote Originally Posted by photomgraphy View Post
    here's my debut in this thread.
    i like the images here a lot, and never miss a new post.

    thank you guys for inspiring me

    yesterday i was lucky to get what my friends would call "bad weather"
    it gave me the chance to get rid of the distracting urban background.





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    First post in awhile, but I continue to love all the work in this thread. So here's some pano action - 4 shot stitch, IQ160/Cambo/Rodie 40

    Last edited by James Clark; 24th January 2013 at 17:33.
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    Nice - very New Mexico. Lived there for 24 years, brings back nice memories.

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Osbourne View Post
    Beautiful work Thomas. Thanks for inspiring me!
    you're welcome
    thanks for your feedback!
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    90HR Alpagon 34mm T/S & two 17mm T/S's
    Alpa Max
    P65+

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    90HR Alpagon 34mm T/S & two 17mm T/S's
    Alpa Max
    Eric, could you perhaps post an image of your Max with this T/S-setup? This sounds like you are using 34mm of the whole stack as an extension tube but in any case you got to attach one T/S to another one - and I thought, this isn't possible. Or that's the way I understood a reply of Alpa to a question of mine.

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    Chris,
    I thought this as well until I tried one of the older version 34mm tilt/shifts. The new 17mm T/S hooks right up to that. I'll try and get a picture next time I have it set up.



    Quote Originally Posted by cly View Post
    Eric, could you perhaps post an image of your Max with this T/S-setup? This sounds like you are using 34mm of the whole stack as an extension tube but in any case you got to attach one T/S to another one - and I thought, this isn't possible. Or that's the way I understood a reply of Alpa to a question of mine.

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    cambo wrs, IQ160, SK43, 18 degrees (center filter, but had a problem and was not able to shoot the LCC, had maybe 5mm shift

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    same setup, 15mm shift (no LCC!) a favorite building i have shot many, many times, undergoing a "renovation"
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    a three part stitch, 58XL, some rise, LCC.

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    Hong Kong Government HQ

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    Alpa FPS • MAX • TC | Alpagon 32Hr | Helvetar 75 | Schneider 120N | Leaf Aptus II 5 • Leaf Credo 60 | www.danlindberg.com Follow me on ›› Facebook
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    ALPA FPS. Rodenstock/ALPA HR Alpagon 4.0/50mm SB34.

    Obviously not just one shot. I've got a 30,000 x 30,000 pixel print of that

    Panorama here: The Burj Khalifa Pinnacle Panorama
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    I'm feeling a bit dizzy...
    hahaha...
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    gerald, a bit more behind the scenes info please
    you were obviously not standing on the top of the burj chalifa, helicopter?

    mirko

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    Boy, it would suck if you dropped the cable release there...

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    Cover "Terre de Vins" Magazine January/February - Bio Wines
    We will be doing the March cover as well

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    Interior Shot for 4 story Apartment in Paris.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    Interior Shot for 4 story Apartment in Paris.
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    Nice elegant shot!

    How many lights did you use and which Profoto lights they are ?
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    Pro-8a
    ProHead with 10 degree grid camera left along windows
    ProHead with 5 degree grid camera right up high aimed down on table
    B2
    Twin head (just used this because it is my only other light) bare bulb coming from stairs



    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    Nice elegant shot!

    How many lights did you use and which Profoto lights they are ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    Pro-8a
    ProHead with 10 degree grid camera left along windows
    ProHead with 5 degree grid camera right up high aimed down on table
    B2
    Twin head (just used this because it is my only other light) bare bulb coming from stairs
    So 3 lights?

    Thanks!
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Which tech camera to get if i want to start and doing landscape/architecture indoor or outdoor?

    I don't have a digital back except my H4D which i may able to use on a tech camera but i am planning to get another one in the future when i become rich, but that doesn't mean i can't start to use tech camera with what i have now, but i don't know which one, and my budget is not very high as most of you here.
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    I can't even casually browse the internet without Gerald's photo popping up!
    A 360-Degree Panoramic Photo Captured from the Tallest Building on Earth

    Congrats Gerald, excellent coverage of an excellent image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drevil View Post
    gerald, a bit more behind the scenes info please
    you were obviously not standing on the top of the burj chalifa, helicopter?

    mirko
    Apologies, I thought I'd replied to this, but it was obviously a similar question elsewhere.

    Unobviously, I was standing on the top of the building, and that's where the panorama was shot from.

    Firstly, 48 images taken using a robotic panoramic head, that created a full spherical image. Problem though, is that the aircraft beacons and lightning conductor up there block a lot of the shot. Also, the camera position was only a foot or two higher than the edge of the top of the building.

    It's hard to describe, but being up there is a bit like standing in a tin can. See the 4th "BTS" shot here - Press Release | HIPA . That's me beneath the opened hatch, looking up into the space where I will be shooting from. You can see one of the aircraft beacons. Go up into that space, shut the hatch, set up the tripod (actually with the legs on the supports of the beacons), shoot.

    So, to fix the blocking problems, I took shots leaning around the blocking objects, and also leaning over the edge of the pinnacle, shooting straight down.

    When these shots are added to the stitch, they effectively make the very top of the building disappear. It would be a lot easier to describe if I could share some of the individual shots and the initial 48-shot pano, but I'm not really at liberty to do that.

    Kind regards,

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