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    It's approaching Lunar New Year and have an unfulfilled request for some orchid pictures, so now is the right time to do it.



    Techno, SK120 APO ASPH, IQ160, 20" or so beauty dish as the key. Wide open at f5.6. Maxed out the front swing on the techo, would have preferred the whole thing rotated a bit more toward me.
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    Another comp ... hours of stacking

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    IQ180, HR70 on AS Monolith, 3-stitch +-10mm. Standards set with back tilt to accentuate tail size, front tilt to focus along top of fuselage
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    The Esplanade at Toroweap, Grand Canyon.
    Cambo WRS, DM22, SK35XL - Three shot pano.

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    Toroweap, Grand Canyon - At dusk.
    Cambo WRS, DM22, SK35XL - Two shots stitched.

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    Purisima Creek Trail - Creekside #1
    Alpa Max w/ Rodenstock 50mm, Tilt, IQ160 and 3 shift panel, cropped.


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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    as commonly done as it is, flowing water that looks like cotton...looks like cotton, not water

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    Oh you make me want the 50 HR
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by cunim View Post
    IQ180, HR70 on AS Monolith, 3-stitch +-10mm. Standards set with back tilt to accentuate tail size, front tilt to focus along top of fuselage
    Can't like it enough!!!

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    Can't like it enough!!!
    Thanks, Yair, very kind.

    The Dalsa 80MP chip holds wonderful detail and tonality for this type of work. The attached 1:1 crop is a small area just above the center of the tail. The image prints big.

    By comparison, 8 x 10 film with a 240mm Apo Sironar S takes in much more area (especially vertically) in a single shot, but lacks the crisp detail of the digital 3-stitch. I like them both.

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    Went out today to get better acquainted with using live view knowing the conditions weren't all that good. I used live view for both images to set the amount of movement(s) as well as tilt. In the very short time I've been working with live view I've found it to be much easier than I had originally thought it was (it helps having a ND filter). Yet another reason the IQ is a perfect match for tech cam use.


    WRS/IQ160 40mm t/s f/11 1/180 ISO 50


    WRS/IQ160 40mm t/s f/11 1/180 ISO 50

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    IQ160, cambo wrs, SK43, 20mm shift, f11, LCC in C-one 7. remarkable clarity. a single frame

    a good example of where a lateral shift set (which i did not try), as opposed to a 3-shot pano is a better choice. the panos could not deal with the grid of the ironwork (autopanotgiga)
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    Finally, after several weeks on the road I got back this evening. Plenty of rawfiles to go through... All have been done with a one-camera/lens-setup; the Alpa SWA, Schneider 72L with tilt and ofcourse the Credo 60.

    Hopefully resulting in a few good ones!

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    Can you feel the cold?

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Can you feel the cold?


    Yep ! I am in tosty Mumbai, India and I went to my closet and returned with my winter jacket !






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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Can you feel the cold?
    Dan, you've got to be one of the best at seeing the most creative outcome out something I would not give a second thought to, simply stunning!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Can you feel the cold?

    Dan,

    Simple composition and straight to the point. The message is obvious (in the right way) and as ever, so well done.

    Like Jai I was reaching for the fleece.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Finally, after several weeks on the road I got back this evening. Plenty of rawfiles to go through... All have been done with a one-camera/lens-setup; the Alpa SWA, Schneider 72L with tilt and ofcourse the Credo 60.

    Hopefully resulting in a few good ones!

    As good as the cabin shot is, this is the one that I'd put on my wall. Beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jagsiva View Post
    Dan, you've got to be one of the best at seeing the most creative outcome out something I would not give a second thought to, simply stunning!!!
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    Dan,

    Simple composition and straight to the point. The message is obvious (in the right way) and as ever, so well done.

    Like Jai I was reaching for the fleece.
    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    As good as the cabin shot is, this is the one that I'd put on my wall. Beautiful.
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    A 3:1 pano over endless roads in remote swedish national parks. This is called Furufjället National Park and I spent 4 hours driving around not seeing anybody in that time...



    EDIT: Forgot to mention that in this I used a 2 degree forward tilt with the SK 72L using hyperfocal distance and f11. What a difference!! Two-image nodal stitch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Goodness Dan, It's worth the wait for you to post on here, I can only echo others comments and say WOW!
    A 'like' is not enough for this comment! Thank you very much Alan, I'm myself inspired every time I inspire others. Very positive
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    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.
    One way is to get in "small".

    An Arca Factum or Cambo Wide RC400 have the advantages of having lower cost of entry but being fully compatible with nearly all their big brother's accessories and all of their big brother's lenses. So e.g. if you get an RC400 now with a 35mm XL (which can be had pre-owned right now from two users on the forum) and an H adapter for your digital back then you could use the lens, adapter, and any accessories you buy for the RC with an RS1250 or RS5000 in the future (which are larger and heavier but offer more range and flexibility of movement).

    Another way would be to get in pre-owned. For instance we have a Cambo Wide DS with an H adapter for instance for a great price. It's older and a bit bulkier than the newer RS series, and has rise/fall on the front rather than the rear (limits vertical stitching) but offers a great range of movement, and again, all lenses are compatible with the newer RS and RC series bodies.

    If you don't have an 80mp back you can pick up bargains (relatively speaking of course) by going with the wide angle Schneider lenses new or pre-owned; they are less expensive than the Rodenstock wide angles and are excellent lenses with good image circles and light/small construction (they just don't work well with 80mp backs so the market has penalized them).
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    Can you feel the cold?

    Simply gorgeous.
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    I fall over... What a great picture Dan! Great, great, great!!!
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    Cambo WRS, Leaf Aptus-II 7, SK47XL - Two shots stitched.

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    Small frozen moor after a heavy snowfall.
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    Love the Cabin shot Dan!

    I've been AWOL for awhile, working on other stuff. Just got back from a few days of R&R with my brother in Alaska. Here are a few from a 16 mile ski day

    I keep going for the sk150; Really love that lens.

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    Single image crop with the sk150:


    Two-stitch shift pano with the sk150, 18mm each way:
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    Very beautiful Dave!
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    Descanso Gardens in Canada, CA (near Pasadena)
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    One more from the weekend. Feeding my on-going addiction with benches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    I keep going for the sk150; Really love that lens.

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    I REALLY like this. It says Alaska to me. I'm often drawn to panoramics and this is very well done IMHO.

    (btw, very partial to that same 150 SK lens myself. It's a staple in my arsenal and I can completely understand why you like it)
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I REALLY like this. It says Alaska to me. I'm often drawn to panoramics and this is very well done IMHO.

    (btw, very partial to that same 150 SK lens myself. It's a staple in my arsenal and I can completely understand why you like it)
    Thanks Graham! That photo was about mile 14. I was skiing with my brother and one other guy, so not only was I dead tired but was also conscious of how long it takes to shoot. It is tough for me to muster the will to photograph in a situation like that (or as Galen Rowell used to say, it's the size of the rat).

    So I was very happy to come away with a successful image.

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    Heavy machinery frozen in time....

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    A great image , Dan . Thanks for posting .
    But . . . . . the other side of the coin is , as we had and still have plenty of snow . I can't see snow any more . But that is the same every year around this time .
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    Dan. Wow. Wow.
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    I am enviously wondering if others see Dan Lindberg's poetry as I do. For me, the element that supports each of Dan's work is a refined sense of including only what is necessary to communicate the mood, speaking only in terms of what the image is "about", while strenuously limiting what the image is "of".

    In Dan's most recent color* images, I am noting that the hues are limited to only one; blue in one landscape, red in the small structure and finally yellow in the earth moving equipment. I enjoy so much Dan's work and wish to learn from it, I am asking here if what I am seeing that is so ennobling is being seen by others, or am I just trying too hard to distill principles for my own use that are Dan's magic, and non-reproducible.

    *I work only in B&W, because I am a horrible color photographer. Color overwhelms me, and I cannot find the forms that I need to create a composition that is in any way satisfying. I am hoping that maybe if others are seeing the same thing, that maybe a baby step forward is to limit my palette to single hues of a pastel intensity.

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    Jerry - I must agree with what you say. Ennobling is just the word...
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    Jerry, I'm a big fan of Dans work. I find his images are varied, but his style is very refined simplicity. He's a visual equivalent of a master musician, that makes it all seem so easy.
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