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    This was tricky light and needed high dynamic range. There really is a lot of information in those 60 mp backs and I could retrieve plenty in Capture One. It is a single exposure and I had a 12mm rise on the Alpa Max and SK 120N.

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    Great image Dan .

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    Alpa Max
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    Profoto Lighting
    Water, smoke, and gels

    Who said a picture needs to have all around focus One of my favorite pictures taken so far, there is something about it.

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    Looked up. Saw this. Thought it was worth a snap.



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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Gerald - excellent! That's a great graphical composition.
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    Thanks Graham. Unfortunately there's some foreground stuff in a corner of the frame that is preventing me from getting the crop and composition that I'd really like. It could easily be content aware erased, but I'm rather averse to resorting to that kind of skulduggery

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    Certainly some more room to breath around the main elements would be nice but hey you have to work with what you've got! I like it as it is too - the angles work well I think.

    (the old adage about life giving you lemons and making lemonade comes to mind)
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    Some simple shots for a cutlery client.

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    Nicely done Gareth!

    Do you do tilting or focusstacking or both for dof?
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    Nicely done Gareth!

    Do you do tilting or focusstacking or both for dof?
    Just tilt for these at f11 I think.
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    Clean Work Gareth, I can't image that cutlery is easy to shoot!

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    Great lightning on the cutlery. Seems simple but those reflective metals are a pain.

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    With some skulduggery.

    (This is basically the original frame, with a couple of objects in the bottom left content-aware deleted. I'm not usually a fan of this kind thing, but if I'd been able to move a couple of meters to the right, this is what I would have shot.)



    Thoughts?

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    Interestingly enough... http://instagram.com/p/W7OSaGSlee/
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    Gerald, I shoot full frame. This is the game I decided to play, at least for my personal work. It is just my thing. I do retouch dust on the sensor--if you think about it, the dust was there and I am changing the reality of the situation. I don't retouch anything else. Other have a different set of rules when they are for work. Every set of rules is arbitrary. Whether you stick to them or not is arbitrary--work I do for others has a different set of rules. The way I look at it, the rules I use I use because they please me. I think it is amazing that you can capture a moment in space and time that somehow is ideal on a single frame. However, I don't apply my rules, my game, to others. I simply like to enjoy what another artist wants us to see--the game becomes irrelevant at that point.

    It is your game. Show us what you want to show us.
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    Thanks Shashin - wise words indeed

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    Thanks Shashin - wise words indeed
    But don't blame me if your World Press Photo Award is taken from you after you win.

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    Gerald,

    I think it looks better with the extra space (the fibonacci spiral composition may be part of that harmonious feeling I guess). As you say this what your intention for the shot was and as you visualized it and removing another building was a tad impractical. It's art, not documentary, so who cares about the removal of distractions.
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Alpa Max
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    17mm Tilt Adapter (x2)
    34mm Tilt Adapter
    P65+
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    Last edited by shortpballer; 18th March 2013 at 04:19.
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    Some more photos from our video
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    Great image Dan! What is an MSWA ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    Great image Dan! What is an MSWA ?


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    Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ380 |

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    MSWA? I thought it was MST/SWA.
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    Wide Angle Macro Product Photography - Henri Le Roux Chocolatier
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    I want that chocolate so bad and I don't even like the nut. That's what makes really great product photography, you are a master!
    I am not a painter, nor an artist. Therefore I can see straight, and that may be my undoing. - Alfred Stieglitz

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    Thank You for your kind comments Ben! It means a lot to us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    I want that chocolate so bad and I don't even like the nut. That's what makes really great product photography, you are a master!

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Hew Zealand
    Cambo AE Roden 40mm IQ 180
    It was unusually dark, it was ominous, yet the background light amazing. Taken about 6:30 as the sun was lower than the mountains (Glaciers)

    I should also say - there were these attack insects flying around, which were quite effective.

    Any comments?

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    Another New Zealand shot close to Queenstown,
    it prints so nice - my mother wants one
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    been scouting most of the day with the arca for a series I'm trying to complete. so nothing special there, but I guess it's about time I post something else than LCCs

    rm3di | rs40 | aptus II-7

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    Ah, lovely to see a pic of my back yard on here. The light in NZ is usually intense and often ominous and you've caught it well.

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    Hew Zealand
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    It was unusually dark, it was ominous, yet the background light amazing. Taken about 6:30 as the sun was lower than the mountains (Glaciers)

    I should also say - there were these attack insects flying around, which were quite effective.

    Any comments?

    Thanks

    Phil

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    Thank you very much tjv. We had a lovely time and just wish we had more time!!

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    I need to do some work on this (not least get rid of that darn fishing rod!), but here's a 3x15 pano I shot yesterday.



    To give an idea as to the detail in this, here's a 100% crop from where the red rectangle is:

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    Hi Gerald
    Really nice pano, Really great Job!!! I know how hard it is to work on them in computer once you have them assembled. looks like it is curving up and away towards the right side.
    How did you shot it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by alajuela View Post
    Hi Gerald
    Really nice pano, Really great Job!!! I know how hard it is to work on them in computer once you have them assembled. looks like it is curving up and away towards the right side.
    How did you shot it?
    Thanks
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    I'll have a look at that Phil, but I'm pretty sure that's just the natural curve of the shoreline. That's actually just the automated stitch out of AutoPano Giga though, so perhaps there's something going on that I'll discover when I get around to checking things manually and maybe try tweaking the projection a bit.

    3 rows of 15 shots. 210mm Schneider on the FPS, mounted on Seitz VR Drive 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alajuela View Post
    Hi Gerald
    Really nice pano, Really great Job!!! I know how hard it is to work on them in computer once you have them assembled. looks like it is curving up and away towards the right side.
    How did you shot it?
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    Looks pretty level to me. Nice pano and the resolution looks phenomenal.

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    1.75 gigapixels Ed

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    Phil, NZ has some nasty biting sandflies that leave bumps which last up to 6 weeks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post


    MEGASUPERTURBO SWA
    You know if there's a special new Alpa camera coming you have to tell us Dan
    Or are you shooting the metric?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    I'll have a look at that Phil, but I'm pretty sure that's just the natural curve of the shoreline. That's actually just the automated stitch out of AutoPano Giga though, so perhaps there's something going on that I'll discover when I get around to checking things manually and maybe try tweaking the projection a bit.

    3 rows of 15 shots. 210mm Schneider on the FPS, mounted on Seitz VR Drive 2.

    Kind regards,

    Gerald.
    Thanks Gerald, again really nice, I also use AutoPano Giga, very happy with it and the new version better than the last. Panos are really fun, I am trying to figure out how to shot a city block in Shanghai, (should mention is a two lane street) waiting till it gets warm - as my first attempts didn't really make it.
    Would love to see yours printed.
    Thanks again
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    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
    Phil, NZ has some nasty biting sandflies that leave bumps which last up to 6 weeks!
    Right, probably the only nasty thing in NZ, the people are nice, no poisonous snakes or insects, and sheep are tame. I must add , probably the cleanest country I have ever been to. Living in Shanghai now, air not so clean.
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    Lonely Places #80 by altdo
    New Zealand Outhouse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alajuela View Post
    Hew Zealand
    Cambo AE Roden 40mm IQ 180
    It was unusually dark, it was ominous, yet the background light amazing. Taken about 6:30 as the sun was lower than the mountains (Glaciers)
    Any comments?
    Phil,

    That's an outstanding shot. Well seen and well executed. Bravo!

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    Earth Hour 2013 in Downtown Dubai.



    Max, 23HR, IQ180
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leigh View Post
    Phil,

    That's an outstanding shot. Well seen and well executed. Bravo!

    - Leigh
    Thank you very much Leigh

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    A beach access point near Pescadero, CA.
    Alpa MAX, 50 HR SB, IQ160, tilt, and crossed fingers...

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    Hite Cove Trail, just west of El Portal, CA
    Alpa MAX, 50HR SB, tilt and, you guessed it, fingers crossed...


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    you are killing me!

    supposes to snow 1-3" in NYC tonight and next weekend is easter!

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