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    Quote Originally Posted by alajuela View Post
    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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    Having experienced sandflys firsthand, I can understand why the Maori incorporated them into legend. Quote from the source listed below:


    “Early Maori legend even has it that the god Tu-te-raki-whanoa had just finished creating the landscape of Fiordland, but the landscape was so stunning in beauty that it stopped people from working and they stood around staring in awe. The goddess Hinenuitepo became so angry at these unproductive people that she created the sandfly to bite them and get them moving again.”


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    Inspired by Woody's after party bottles
    Arca rm3di, 120mm Schneider, f8, H4D50 back, 1 sec
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    you are killing me!

    supposes to snow 1-3" in NYC tonight and next weekend is easter!
    When you got lemons...

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    Dan, your snow shot is exquisite!
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    Huang Shan
    2 shot stitch, Rodenstock HR-W 40mm


    Huang Shan Sea of Cloud by yatlee, on Flickr
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    yat, did you stay in the hotel on top?
    i really wanna go there again this year, after 9 nine years break

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    recomposed this image
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by yatlee View Post
    Huang Shan
    2 shot stitch, Rodenstock HR-W 40mm


    Huang Shan Sea of Cloud by yatlee, on Flickr
    This is great!!! - I have been there and this shot stands out

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    Quote Originally Posted by yatlee View Post
    Huang Shan
    2 shot stitch, Rodenstock HR-W 40mm


    Huang Shan Sea of Cloud by yatlee, on Flickr
    this is fantastic. Nice work.
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    A client just asked if I had any images of Spider Woman Rock. This dates back to April 2009 and was shot with a Cambo WRS/P45+. As luck would have it, we're passing through here in a couple weeks to Monument Valley; maybe I'll get another chance with the IQ160....


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    Anyone using their tech cam to shoot portraits? One reason I went with the Techno is that I love taking portraits and the process if interacting with people when negotiating such a technically demanding tool.

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    I have shot portraits with a Linhof c679.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjv View Post
    Anyone using their tech cam to shoot portraits? One reason I went with the Techno is that I love taking portraits and the process if interacting with people when negotiating such a technically demanding tool.
    Indeed! It is a challange and you need an understanding model, focusing blindly. But when it works out it is rewarding. I had a 45 minute session with this model outdoors, 5 different compositions, around a dozen exposures for each comp. Resulting in 3 images that both me and the model were happy with. In my view not too bad....

    Here's one of the three - Alpa TC, Schneider 120N wide open, Credo 60, tripodmounted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drevil View Post
    yat, did you stay in the hotel on top?
    i really wanna go there again this year, after 9 nine years break
    Thanks, Yes, I stayed at the hotel on top. Most sunrise location are half an hour walk away from the hotel. I can only say that I was really lucky being there the first time.

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    7 months 12 days. The date is getting closer!
    All Handheld Alpa Max
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    Profoto Lighting







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    Alpa FPS in the studio. Two 17 tilt adaptors maxed out for a 10 degree reverse swing!

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    Hi
    This is another New Zealand shot at Milford Sound on the boat tour. In the jpeg is hard to see but there are two ships on the right against the mountains, and seals on the rock on the left foreground. Shot in late afternoon in February.
    Cambo AE / IQ180 / Roden 40mm
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    Alpa Max
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    17mm Tilt Adapter x2
    P65+
    Profoto Lighting

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    Moonrise in Wilmot New Hampshire. ArcBody, 45mm Rodenstock Apo-Grandagon, Phase One IQ160, three image horizontal stitch. Friggin' cold.
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    Nice one Shortpballer Love Morgans!!

    I have done a series of conceptual images of a Morgan roadster V6. This is one....

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    Was sat at the pool bar minding my own business yesterday evening and enjoying a quiet pint, and then I noticed a very small, very low, cloud overhead.

    Carried on drinking, looked up again, and decided to abandon my pint and head back to the hotel room...



    23HR, Max, IQ180.
    f/11, ISO50, 45 seconds.
    Probably played around with it in Silver Efex Pro 2 a little too much, but what the heck

    And yes - an IQ260 would have been rather nice to have been able to take advantage of last night!
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    Alpa Max
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    I'm not sure if what I am seeing it shift or post processing, while a good amount of depth of the car and grass to the left is in focus, somehow the bushes in the right are out of focus, until behind the car. It's like it's playing tricks on my mind!
    Also some selective focus on the fence and tree on left!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    Was sat at the pool bar minding my own business yesterday evening and enjoying a quiet pint, and then I noticed a very small, very low, cloud overhead.

    Carried on drinking, looked up again, and decided to abandon my pint and head back to the hotel room...



    23HR, Max, IQ180.
    f/11, ISO50, 45 seconds.
    Probably played around with it in Silver Efex Pro 2 a little too much, but what the heck

    And yes - an IQ260 would have been rather nice to have been able to take advantage of last night!
    Wow, powerful image. Not wild about the grain at the top though, is that long exposure or Silver Efex? Not meaning to tell you your business but if it is the former then localised NR shouldn't ruin the image since they're blurry clouds anyway. Either way, great shot!

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    No post process or selective focus. Just Artistic use of a tilt adapter All of our work is meant to play tricks on the mind but at the same time bring the viewer into the photo in a way that a flat photo could never otherwise do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pophoto View Post
    I'm not sure if what I am seeing it shift or post processing, while a good amount of depth of the car and grass to the left is in focus, somehow the bushes in the right are out of focus, until behind the car. It's like it's playing tricks on my mind!
    Also some selective focus on the fence and tree on left!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
    Wow, powerful image. Not wild about the grain at the top though, is that long exposure or Silver Efex? Not meaning to tell you your business but if it is the former then localised NR shouldn't ruin the image since they're blurry clouds anyway. Either way, great shot!
    Hi Daniel - nope, I'm not wild about the noise either. It's from Silver Efex - the original is pretty clean as I shot without the center filter, and didn't correct for the light fall-off with the LCC. From experience, shooting these night shots with the center filter pushes the exposure time or ISO too far and makes things very noisy.

    I'll probably play around with it a bit more to get a better balance between the noise and the dramatic impact of pushing things maybe a little too far!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    No post process or selective focus. Just Artistic use of a tilt adapter All of our work is meant to play tricks on the mind but at the same time bring the viewer into the photo in a way that a flat photo could never otherwise do.

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    Is a great shot, you say tilt, not swing - correct?

    I like it!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by alajuela View Post
    Hi
    Is a great shot, you say tilt, not swing - correct?

    I like it!!
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    My guess is both swing 3-4 degrees and forward tilt around 2 degrees.... (Am I way off Shortpballer?)
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    Sorry for a little bit of cheating . Taken with HASSELBLAD FE150 + CFV-39 .
    But it matches Dans tractor image .
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    Not sure of the exact values, but something around there


    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    My guess is both swing 3-4 degrees and forward tilt around 2 degrees.... (Am I way off Shortpballer?)

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    Since we are continuing with all the vehicles, here is another photo from last weekend.


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    Iceland.

    Godafoss waterfall in middle of winter. Fresh snow.

    How fresh you ask ? Well we (Josh Holko and I), drove through the blizzard the night before, and then followed the snow plow for 20 miles as it cleared a 2ft high drift through the main pass out of Akureyri


    Cambo WRS-AE, IQ160, SK60mm. 2 shot Pano (shifted).


    Attachment 71181


    And just for kicks, the aforementioned Snow Plow. Beast of a machine.

    IQ160, 645DF, 75-150mm Lens.

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    So the next morning, I thought I'd give the Schneider APO-Digitar 6.8/210 a bit of a workout on the Seitz VR Drive.

    70 shots and a lot of stitching later, here's the result -



    crop:


    (If anyone needs a 30 metre tall print, do get in touch )
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    Just curious what kind of machine it needs to stitch that humongous amount of 80mp files, and how your workflow looks like? Do you stitch all these files in one single run, or do you split them?

    Fascinating!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbn View Post
    Just curious what kind of machine it needs to stitch that humongous amount of 80mp files, and how your workflow looks like? Do you stitch all these files in one single run, or do you split them?

    Fascinating!
    MacBook Pro Retina with 16GB of RAM copes fine with this kind of load. The SSD's in the MacBook make a huge difference because this kind of thing is extremely disk I/O intensive.

    Capture One > 16 bit TIFFs > Autopano Giga > Photoshop Large Document > Photoshop for final tidying up.

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    great shot!!
    love the dof.
    how wide is your lens in this shot?

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    been a while, was either the SK 43 or the rodie 70, probably shot at f8; may have been a stitch

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    (If anyone needs a 30 metre tall print, do get in touch )
    "Need," that was the word I was looking for. I think I would need a building the size of what you shoot to find a space big enough to handle it. Now all you "need" to do is find a printer and a roll paper big enough. I wonder what the glazing in the frame would cost...
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    An absolutely gorgeous spring day yesterday.

    Alpa MAX, IQ160, 50 HR SB34 with full 7deg tilt. Three exposures blended.



    Then, on the way down to the Big Sur Coast
    Same setup but an 80SK SB34. Stitch of 9 images:



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    FPS, Canon 17 TS-E, IQ180
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    After the storm...



    Same kit, crop.
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    Damn! that first one is incredible Gerald!

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    crazy Gerald... can not take my eyes off this picture. the second one has some aesthetic but this first one really has it. strong picture !!! almost looks like it was given to you..

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    Inspired by this month NG shot.



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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    this just occurred to me regarding setting tilt using your distance and calculation methods with respect to a reflection::
    the distance to the steeple for instance is quite different than the distance to the image of the steeple in the reflection, and the disto will show the correct distance to the steeple but will only give the distance to the water surface for the reflection

    or did i have too much coffee this morning

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    Optically, the reflection would be about same distance from the observer as the object, or a little further (two sides of a triangle are always longer than one). The reflecting surface will be half that distance. You are not seeing the reflection at the water surface, but beyond it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Optically, the reflection would be about same distance from the observer as the object, or a little further (two sides of a triangle are always longer than one). The reflecting surface will be half that distance. You are not seeing the reflection at the water surface, but beyond it.
    I don't think the reflecting surface would necessarily be at half the distance, would it?

    I would have thought that the biggest challenge with tilting when you've got a reflection, is that the reflection would be unlikely to be in the focal plane.

    Kind regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    I don't think the reflecting surface would necessarily be at half the distance, would it?
    No, you are right. That should teach me to think in front of the mirror.

    I would have thought that the biggest challenge with tilting when you've got a reflection, is that the reflection would be unlikely to be in the focal plane.

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    Yes, the tilt would be a problem, but this image may not use a tilt. At least I cannot see that in the photographer's description.

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