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    Hi Eric,
    How do you use 2 T/S on the MAX? One on the front and one on the back of the camera body?
    Thanks for any info you can give,
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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.
    Couldn't agree more! It drives me crazy ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerryreed View Post
    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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    Thank you very much indeed Jerry! And to the rest of you guys who have all positive comments. I'm glad that I can inspire with my images. There's a lifelong dedication to photography that lies behind my images today.

    I do agree that often my images are minimalistic in style and exclude objects/colours more often than include the same. This thinking I have had for long long time and just to show that I post here an image that is 15 years old. Few 'things' happening in the image but still tells a story.



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    Bob,
    I use 1,2 and sometimes 3. When I use 2 it is one on the front and one on the back. When I use 3, I use 17mm on the front, 34mm & 17mm on the back.

    Hope this helps

    Eric

    Quote Originally Posted by rga View Post
    Hi Eric,
    How do you use 2 T/S on the MAX? One on the front and one on the back of the camera body?
    Thanks for any info you can give,
    Bob

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    Rodenstock Alpagon 90HR
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    Rodenstock Alpagon 90HR
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    Terrific! And you use 2x T/S how?

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    One on lens, One on back.

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    Terrific! And you use 2x T/S how?
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    One on lens, One on back.

    Eric
    Eric,

    That's an interesting concept, enabling concurrent tilt and swing. I presume that one was merely used as a spacer when you captured the lens image above...

    If you had the earlier Rodenstock 90mm on Alpa before this newer one, do you perceive much difference? I've had this 90mm Alpagon on order for several months but so far no joy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Duffin View Post
    Eric,

    That's an interesting concept, enabling concurrent tilt and swing. I presume that one was merely used as a spacer when you captured the lens image above...

    If you had the earlier Rodenstock 90mm on Alpa before this newer one, do you perceive much difference? I've had this 90mm Alpagon on order for several months but so far no joy...

    David
    Hi David,
    He could have also used back and front tilt simultaneously...
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    Hi David,
    He could have also used back and front tilt simultaneously...
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    Judging by the varying degree of perspective in the image, I'd say you are right, Bob.

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    I agree with the other notes regarding Dan's work. The images contain just enough subject, tone, colour and texture to effectively tell the story and send the message. And absolutely nothing superfluous left in there to take away from the essence of the image.

    Don't you just hate that?
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    We should hide his batteries...
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    Bob,
    I use 1,2 and sometimes 3. When I use 2 it is one on the front and one on the back. When I use 3, I use 17mm on the front, 34mm & 17mm on the back.

    Hope this helps

    Eric
    Very cool!
    Thanks Eric,
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I agree with the other notes regarding Dan's work. The images contain just enough subject, tone, colour and texture to effectively tell the story and send the message. And absolutely nothing superfluous left in there to take away from the essence of the image.

    Don't you just hate that?
    Much much appreciated Graham

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I agree with the other notes regarding Dan's work. The images contain just enough subject, tone, colour and texture to effectively tell the story and send the message. And absolutely nothing superfluous left in there to take away from the essence of the image.

    Don't you just hate that?
    Thanks Graham . I can only agree to what you say .
    Would we not all like to have a bit of DAN's image world in us ? ? ?

    Again , DAN will go on posting wonderful images till he finally is "sentenced" to pass on his technical and emotional ability to shoot in a workshop .

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    David,
    I use and push every image to the limits, so almost never is a tilt/shift used merely as a spacer. On this picture I used the two tilt shifts to give a total of around 10-12 degrees of tilt on the 32mm. With this being said, the 32mm with two tilt/shifts becomes a macro wide angle. So the 10-12 degrees is not all that extreme as it would be not in macro.

    I have not tried the older 90mm. However, I can say that this 90 is out of this world sharp. I have heard that everyone from Alpa and Rodenstock are working their hardest to fill out all the orders for the new 90mm. It seems peoples interest in the lens is outgrowing production. I'd say this is a good thing, and for all those who think the medium format business is going down, think again!

    Hope this helps,
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Duffin View Post
    Eric,

    That's an interesting concept, enabling concurrent tilt and swing. I presume that one was merely used as a spacer when you captured the lens image above...

    If you had the earlier Rodenstock 90mm on Alpa before this newer one, do you perceive much difference? I've had this 90mm Alpagon on order for several months but so far no joy...

    David

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    Well I suppose this image fits in here even though I used my Cambo Legend 4x5 view camera. It was more or less a test shot: The goal was to see whether lenses designed for 4x5 film are usable with a digital back and whether stitching was possible in order to get the same field of view as with 4x5 film. The Rodenstock 150mm Sironar N really impressed me but stitching proved to be tougher than expected. I'm dreaming of a tech cam as it would make everything so much easier, but it's just out of reach at the moment.

    Could anyone please tell me the financially most advantageous way of aquiring a tech cam or whether there are alternatives. I thought of a solution like a Cambo Master with a recessed lens board for a 47mm XL. Any ideas? And no, I don't want to hear anything about ski masks...

    9 shot stitch that almost matches the 4x5 film area.


    100% crop, no sharpening applied.
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    san franciso bay bridge from treasure island IQ160, sk120
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    golden gate from fort point, sk43 20mm shift
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    fort point looking up...
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    bixby bridge, Big Sur area, hazy afternoon
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    garrapto beach area, post sunrise a bit 43mm Sk
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    last one...fort point
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    Three-shot stitch; Hasselblad ArcBody, 45mm Rodenstock, PhaseOne IQ-160. Newbury, New Hampshire, US.
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    Here's my feeble attempt. Spent the whole day with my nephew showing him the studio, he had a blast, we went from no idea whatsoever to a finished mounted print. Inspired by Chris Broadbent who apparently spends a lot of his time downstairs.


    201302 Tins Of Paint0845bw

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxKißler View Post
    ...Could anyone please tell me the financially most advantageous way of aquiring a tech cam...
    Gorgeous shot Max. I think the saying "The poor man pays twice" really counts here, I'd not recommend putting a digital back on your 4x5, I still have a $1000 Toyo Mamiya adapter for 645 backs. Lovely piece of kit, but the 4x5 really doesn't have the tolerances.

    I'd recommend finding a good dealer that can explain the pro's and con's of different systems. Obviously people have great success with Alpa and it's a great tool but I struggled with it coming directly from LF. I went for a Linhof Techno and love it to bits. We get on really well.

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    Gorgeous shot Max. I think the saying "The poor man pays twice" really counts here, I'd not recommend putting a digital back on your 4x5, I still have a $1000 Toyo Mamiya adapter for 645 backs. Lovely piece of kit, but the 4x5 really doesn't have the tolerances.

    I'd recommend finding a good dealer that can explain the pro's and con's of different systems. Obviously people have great success with Alpa and it's a great tool but I struggled with it coming directly from LF. I went for a Linhof Techno and love it to bits. We get on really well.

    Paul
    Hi Paul,

    thanks for the kind words and your advice. The poor man is in my case a student who needs to shoot 4x5 film so I actually need the Cambo which was a steal anyway. And of course I can still use it for stillife and food.

    However focussing (even very short focal lengths) on the tiny ground glass of my sliding back is not an issue at all. The camera has some very smoothly working fine focus adjustment knobs. So the only real problem I've got is that I simply can't mount lenses of very short focal lengths such as a 47mm. I always need to stitch several frames in order to get an equivalent field of view.

    If I had the money I'd get the Techno in a heartbeat...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxKißler View Post
    ...So the only real problem I've got is that I simply can't mount lenses of very short focal lengths such as a 47mm. ...
    Aha, I see the problem now! There are some manufacturers out here that made very deeply recessed Linhof lensboards, 10-19mm were available, I think you can find them on ebay. They're slightly offset so you can get your fingers in to cock the shutter and you need the ones that have the shutter release adapter. (It's quite nice to get a linhof adapter and mount lenses on those boards as almost every camera system makes an adapter, so it's very universal).

    The final problem I encountered was the rear of the lens could not overcome the inherent thickness of the adapter as on the Toyo version (which swings open like a door) the sensor/GG were really deep and prevented anything too wide.
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    Stopped off at Mono Lake this morning heading into Death Valley after spending time with Ken Doo at CI in Carmel. I'm in the process of trying out a new (to me) ground glass and viewfinder for the WRS. The short story is that this turns the WRS into a kick-assed manual tech/view camera. I've been able to totally set up the shot from composition to focus without a hitch. Much better than the old method I used years ago.

    WRS/IQ160 HR40 t/s f/11 ISO50 13 seconds.




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    Nice, Don. What kind of tripod do you use?
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    Nice Don. What kind of tripod do you use?
    Thank you for asking Steve. I picked up a new RRS TVC-34L just yesterday. We had to go back and pick it up and Sandy got a MH02-LR Monopod pkg. Yeah we dropped some coin at RRS. Could of sworn I saw you there Monday....
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    I was about to add that it must have been a new freshly minted one because I ran across the new owner of Don's old tripod/head outfit along the road at Garrapata Beach!
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    I'd post the photo of Don groveling, begging, and pleading at the RRS facility for his new RRS TVC-34, but it's not a technical image...



    Awesome tour of the RRS facilities (unofficial extension of CI in Carmel) btw...

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    Don, which ground glass and viewfinder would that be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Stopped off at Mono Lake this morning heading into Death Valley after spending time with Ken Doo at CI in Carmel. I'm in the process of trying out a new (to me) ground glass and viewfinder for the WRS. The short story is that this turns the WRS into a kick-assed manual tech/view camera. I've been able to totally set up the shot from composition to focus without a hitch. Much better than the old method I used years ago.


    Off to Death Valley in the morning.

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    Big Sur - Bixby Bridge

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    Devils Golf Course Death Valley - WRS/IQ160 f/11 1/500 ISO50

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Thank you for asking Steve. I picked up a new RRS TVC-34L just yesterday. We had to go back and pick it up and Sandy got a MH02-LR Monopod pkg. Yeah we dropped some coin at RRS. Could of sworn I saw you there Monday....
    Perfect tripod for you Don!

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    I haven't showed a lot of conceptual photography, but the fact is that I have been doing that for three decades. I will start and post images now and then in this discipline as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    I haven't showed a lot of conceptual photography, but the fact is that I have been doing that for three decades. I will start and post images now and then in this discipline as well!

    Fantastic, your creativity on this shot made me laugh - awesome!
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    Vanessa et Mehdi Fly Lunettes
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    just a quick note of thanks to all of you that demonstrate such creativity on this thread.
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    Just blew the dust off my Arca (first shot in 3 months )

    Nothing very exciting but thought what the heck!

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    Crop from a 9-shot stitch. Max, Rodie 70HR.
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Shot of today.

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Musée Pierre Cardin
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    Editing just in Capture One

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