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    They look great Daniel.
    You talking about the flare from the street lights? Looks to me like its the filter, maybe coming from the front element and the filter!?. The bit at the edge of the 2nd pic is flare across the sensor.
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    Hi Daniel, great website pictures too. Just to make sure: Is that a non+ P45 back? To me it looks amazing at everything!. I know, it's the photographer
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    First day with the P45 and Alpa SWA.... learning curve to be sure.

    The buildings with about 10mm shift. No LCC's applied. All shots 35mm APO-Digitar. The portrait shot wide open - see crop, I think the lens is plenty sharp wide open.

    Thank you to my dear girlfriend Sarah for allowing me to post an unedited 100% crop of an image of her with such biting sharpness







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    Hi Eduardo, just the plain P45, non plus.
    That reminds me, I gotta buy some more batteries!
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Tulips in the morning

    Alpa TC Rodie 90 HR-W IQ160 f/11 @ 1/4s ISO 50 2 stop reverse ND 4x image focus stack
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Tulips in the morning

    Alpa TC Rodie 90 HR-W IQ160 f/11 @ 1/4s ISO 50 2 stop reverse ND 4x image focus stack
    This is so cool Graham - it must have been a joy working on it and watching it come to life. Very smart!! Have you printed it yet?

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    It was a beautiful morning. The images were just a bonus.
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    Great shot Graham! Any exposure blending as well as the focus stacking?

    Here's a quick location portrait:


    Along with a crop since I'm so damn impressed with this Schneider.
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    One of my favorite photos from the park after our wedding. Taken with an Alpa FPS and 50HR Alpagon. Can't wait to adapt this style of shooting to fashion photography.

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    No exposure blending thanks to the reverse ND. Just focus stack for full DoF and I don't think that a tilt could do this.

    I'm a fan of traditional grads ... I hate exposure blending, personally.
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    Likewise, it seems to invariably rob sharpness through movement of the subject or the software blending. Sometimes however, it offers a solution to a very tricky scene.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Tulips in the morning

    Alpa TC Rodie 90 HR-W IQ160 f/11 @ 1/4s ISO 50 2 stop reverse ND 4x image focus stack
    Fantastic! I'm heading to the tulip festival in Holland, MI this later this week. This great look is inspiring me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post

    Along with a crop since I'm so damn impressed with this Schneider.
    Looks good, which Schneider?

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    Have you tried long exposures with the non+? I've heard this back can go for a few minutes. I'm looking for a clean 4 minute exposure max. If true, I could go this way and save the extra money for the much more popular PLUS model.
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    This is a 4 minute (if I recall well) picture of mine shot with a 5D2.
    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/attachme...sobre-s%ED.jpg



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    Hi Eduardo, just the plain P45, non plus.
    That reminds me, I gotta buy some more batteries!

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    I've been busy and out of commission for a while building this:



    Which of course involved cutting and welding on a brand new Jeep! Anyway, we took it for a fun trip to the Adirondacks over the weekend. I fell in love with this tree here:



    But when I started the task of spot removal, I zoomed in and got very depressed. These couldn't possibly be spots! Then it dawned on me: Bugs!! Although I think they are in focus



    Ugh. Now what do I do with that?? Sensors have just gone way too far...


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    Dave:

    Very nice. You might want to look at this thread:
    What is the perfect landscape photography support vehicle?
    and put your Jeep in the stream.

    I lived in the Adirondacks many years ago and I must say this seems a bit early for any bugs; they should still be encased in a block of ice!

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    Dave: Nice camera bag!
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    Cook's Meadow Oak - Spring
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    El Capitan In Moonlight
    Alpa MAX, HR 50 SB34, IQ160
    55 sec @ f/4, ISO100

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Looks good, which Schneider?
    35XL, my only tech cam lens.

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Hello there, since i got so much information about technical camera from this forum i΄d like to share some of my technical camera pictures. Taken with a Horseman SWD-II Pro with Rodenstock APO Sinorar 35mm and the amazing P45+.

    At both pictures you can see parts of a fast changing district in Zurich Switzerland.





    best regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Dave: Nice camera bag!
    Thanks Graham; it certainly makes all my other bags look cheap!!

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    One of my favorite places to be.

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    brooklyn morning, Vinegar hill, Hudson power plant (now defunct)
    43mm, 15mm shift, IQ 160

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    same area and gear



    that little sign says "no photograpy"

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    Been very busy this week with 12 hour working days shooting.....next week will be lots of processing!

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    3 images with the 35 APO-Digitar XL. f/16 no LCC's (yet) shot at 0, 10 and 20mm shift.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Been very busy this week with 12 hour working days shooting.....next week will be lots of processing!

    That wonderful light gives a great image .
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    Finally had some time to spend with the wife! And of course, took the Alpa
    Alpa FPS handheld
    50 Alpagon
    FPS Tilt Adapter
    P65+









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    Very unique shooting for a tech cam!

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    Discovery Bay in Hong Kong
    By Alpa Max, SK47XL, P45+
    2 shots stitch in 1

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    Borrowed P65+ | Alpa TC | Rodenstock 32mm | 1/60th | F/8


    Lonely Place #42 by altdo, on Flickr
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    Thank You Daniel

    The FPS gives a whole different sense to the shooting of a tech camera!

    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
    Very unique shooting for a tech cam!

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Been very busy this week with 12 hour working days shooting.....next week will be lots of processing!

    was a CF used for this shot? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by harshdreams View Post
    was a CF used for this shot? thanks
    Yes it was. I am back and forth with the CF, but on this assignment the CF was mounted for the full ten days shooting.
    This time around though, I have lots of images that are overcompansated for vignetting when applying the LCC shot! I did not see this on the laptop but on the big screen at home.
    I must dail in 30-40% opacity to get even illumination. I attach an example where corners are overcompensated! Is this if I get sloppy with correct exposure for the LCC shot?


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    I can only see an overcompensation on the left corners / left side .
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    Jurgen, I see on both sides on my screen and that's exactly where the problem lies - it depends on the actual screen. This never ending problem of processing the images on your own screen and sending them to the client and he/she will see them completely differently in terms of colours, saturation and exposure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Jurgen, I see on both sides on my screen and that's exactly where the problem lies - it depends on the actual screen. This never ending problem of processing the images on your own screen and sending them to the client and he/she will see them completely differently in terms of colours, saturation and exposure.

    Yes , I agree . True enough . And there is no solution for that issue !
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Yes , I agree . True enough . And there is no solution for that issue !
    For a 10-day shot such as this one, perhaps one could include in the quotation a calibrated screen for the client to view the images on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    For a 10-day shot such as this one, perhaps one could include in the quotation a calibrated screen for the client to view the images on?
    That would be ideal. But not always possible. In this case I have the assignment from a real estate agent that at this moment have seven large residences to be photographed. The residences range from 4.5 to 9.5 million euros each so pretty exclusive stuff. Yet every one of these are secondary homes to wealthy individuals and non of the owners were even in the country when I was there. My contact (the local real estate agent) will ofcourse use the images, but the owners are both paying and will also be using the images in their own country.
    So even if this time we are talking about seven large homes - I am sending one set to South Africa, two sets to USA, one to London, one to Germany, one to Sweden and one to Moscow.
    I guess you can see the difficulty in this regarding the screen....
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    I like prints for that matter, everything is under control, and production costs are negligible. Sending them to the main parties + instant small jpegs in e-mails to make them wait for the post is a nice solution I think. (of course not doable if too many pictures have to be displayed)

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    Yaya ! clean your back ! (or are they bugs flying ?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Jurgen, I see on both sides on my screen and that's exactly where the problem lies - it depends on the actual screen. This never ending problem of processing the images on your own screen and sending them to the client and he/she will see them completely differently in terms of colours, saturation and exposure.
    Dan,

    I wonder what LCC plate you are using. I use the classic double-sided screw-in Leaf diffuser (with a different thread size each time), and I have sometimes wondered if the fact that it is larger than the barrel of the lens is significant. I notice from the shadows in your image that the sun is high and behind you on your left side: I wonder if it is catching on the outside / rear rim of the LCC diffuser and causing the exaggeration in the processing? That is to say, the diffuser is edge-lit by the sun?

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    This time around though, I have lots of images that are overcompansated for vignetting when applying the LCC shot! [...] Is this if I get sloppy with correct exposure for the LCC shot?
    I don't think so Dan. I did a little experiment last year with my 43xl when I first got my center filter. I felt C1 overcompensated so I tried multiple different LCC exposures (yes, I changed shutter speed not aperature). I set the falloff all the way down to 60% to get it close. I am suspicious that there is a lot of desaturation going on in the LCC process as opposed to color correction. In blue skies that desaturation, combined with what I think is falloff overcorrection (when a CF is used), leads to very light edges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jctodd View Post
    Dan,

    I wonder what LCC plate you are using. I use the classic double-sided screw-in Leaf diffuser (with a different thread size each time), and I have sometimes wondered if the fact that it is larger than the barrel of the lens is significant. I notice from the shadows in your image that the sun is high and behind you on your left side: I wonder if it is catching on the outside / rear rim of the LCC diffuser and causing the exaggeration in the processing? That is to say, the diffuser is edge-lit by the sun?

    John
    I use the standard Leaf LCC Plate. Actually, it does not cover the CF of the 28XL completely, there is like 1-2mm gap, I did not really think this mattered but could ofcourse make stray light enter....
    Is there a LCC plate that only require 1 stop to be opened?

    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    I don't think so Dan. I did a little experiment last year with my 43xl when I first got my center filter. I felt C1 overcompensated so I tried multiple different LCC exposures (yes, I changed shutter speed not aperature). I set the falloff all the way down to 60% to get it close. I am suspicious that there is a lot of desaturation going on in the LCC process as opposed to color correction. In blue skies that desaturation, combined with what I think is falloff overcorrection (when a CF is used), leads to very light edges.

    Dave
    Interesting thought!
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    Really tired in my head of interiors right now....so I post some older studiowork instead!





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    Dan, I find all of your work very pleasing. I love your simple style, clean lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wryphotography View Post
    Dan, I find all of your work very pleasing. I love your simple style, clean lines.
    Thank you very much I work hard to make it look simple.
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    Just walkin around...
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