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    Here are a couple from today, some funky lens casts (I think) that I struggled to correct on my laptop, so I will re-process these when I get back to Melbourne.





    Also, I reprocessed my waterfall image with Cornerfix, better sharpening and less heavy handed colour processing, I much prefer it now:

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    Deep Water Bay
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    My first contribution to this thread!

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    Would anyone care to post (or send me) a raw sample or two? I've been bitten by the tech cam bug! I love all these images posted but it's so interesting to see things at full size, and before being processed for web..

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    What a wonderful Day! Fast movings clouds, blue sky and no rain ;-)
    Taken with a Horseman SW-D II Pro and P45+ attached. A Hasselblad Distagon 50mm Cfi was used for capture the image.





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    Triple Falls - Ozark National Forest

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    Great shot Ed
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    Wonderful capture Ed!!!
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    Aha , three shot stich because of three waterfalls .
    A great image . Love it .
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    Nice, Ed.
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    Dan,
    I am always amazed at your use of wide angles. Your ability to make a scene look so natural with a 28mm is astounding. This doesn't "look" that wide. Very nice.

    I'm afraid of anything wider than a 40mm!!

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    a tip is to keep the horizon on the centerline and keep any straight lines away from the edges

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    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    Dan,
    I am always amazed at your use of wide angles. Your ability to make a scene look so natural with a 28mm is astounding. This doesn't "look" that wide. Very nice.

    I'm afraid of anything wider than a 40mm!!

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    Thank you for your kind words Dave

    I only try to avoid exaggerate perspective in the composition when I believe the scene is better off that way. Avoiding objects near the edges and first focuspoint atleast 2-3 metres away. That usually makes it look quite natural.

    In this one I used the Distagon 40 and at a first glance it looks maybe wider than the boat simply because I chose the position with the poles to increase depth. So in this case it was an attempt to make it look wider than it is.

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Cascade Gorge, Hot Springs, VA
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    I was coming back home after working on a commercial shoot for 12 hours and as we stopped for some food at a seaside restaurant I saw this scene so I quickly pulled out the Arca/iq160/40hr, set up and made a few images. I have not worked on the file much but it is deep.
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    May 12, 2013 2:43 Paris
    My baby Carlyle is born!
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    Of course, taken with Alpa FPS and 90 Alpagon. Iso 200. 1/30 sec




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    Congratulations, dad!

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    Congratulations! Get ready for quite a ride. It seems only yesterday my eldest was born. Now he is forty years old and a full colonel in the US Air Force. I always tell him I would have a dull as dish water life if it wasn't for him. My younger son also has eighteen patents to his credit.

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    Congrats! My son is a Lieutenant in the Air Force, but aspires to be a General.

    Carlyle is a boy's name, right?
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    I should point out that insanity is hereditary--you get it from your children.
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    Congratulations Shortpballer

    My girls are now 11 and 8 but it feels like a couple of months when the first one was born. Time flies so my sincere advice is to remind yourself ever so often that it is a privilege to be part of this journey!! Enjoy!
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    Corsica west coast







    Calvi harbor





    Bonifacio under rough sea, south point of the island



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    Thank You Everyone. Correct, Carlyle is a boy's name
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    I like the two triangles bisected by the fire escape to say nothing of the red door leading to the fire escape
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    Gone fishing....

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    [/QUOTE]

    Congratulations - a wonderous joy is a child - I wish you all the most beautiful of times.

    A daughter is also extra special because they look after aging fathers when the time comes.


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    Oh well a Boy - well they are great too - my eldest son got married week end just gone. He chose well and now I have a wonderful daughter in law - I am biased - guilty as charged your honour.
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    Here is one from yesterday afternoon. This is a good spot only a short hike from the lot. Its the most SW point of the island. (tech info: Arca Rm3Di/IQ160/40mm HR, iso 50, f11 or f16 I forgot , 5 sec exposure) This is a single image capture, used one 4 stop ND and two 2 stop ND grads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Gone fishing....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken_R View Post
    Here is one from yesterday afternoon. This is a good spot only a short hike from the lot. Its the most SW point of the island. (tech info: Arca Rm3Di/IQ160/40mm HR, iso 50, f11 or f16 I forgot , 5 sec exposure) This is a single image capture, used one 4 stop ND and two 2 stop ND grads.
    nice colors, i really like this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken_R View Post
    Here is one from yesterday afternoon. This is a good spot only a short hike from the lot. Its the most SW point of the island. (tech info: Arca Rm3Di/IQ160/40mm HR, iso 50, f11 or f16 I forgot , 5 sec exposure) This is a single image capture, used one 4 stop ND and two 2 stop ND grads.

    What a wonderful color! I like it very much! And the glow of the sun is the highlight for me!

    Where is it? Want to visit your island!
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    Hi, thx! It's Puerto Rico in the caribbean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken_R View Post
    Hi, thx! It's Puerto Rico in the caribbean.
    This explained a lot. I was two times in the Dominican Republic - a wonderful country.
    But at swimming I saw the last day of our holiday a big green moraine in the water and went out very fast. I saw this again some years later in an aquarium in the netherlands. There was a sign "the world's second most toxic moraine" - so I'm very glad to life still. But that's an other story...

    Thanks for your explaination!


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    newport RI is paradise for a photographer
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    Hi, I went to a new spot about an hour from my home. I made the silly mistake of not checking the iso and left the phase at iso 800 (sensor+) for half the time until I realized it and then switched to iso 50 and made about a dozen images. This was my favorite. I wanted a great sunset but rain clouds (pretty low cloud deck) to the west prevented that from happening. I times the sets of waves to get the most interesting results. I got wet a few times but the camera rig did not get a drop. I liked the subtle colors.

    some tech info: 1.5 deg. tilt down, about 7.5mm back rise to shift the horizon up in the frame and get more of the flow of the water and sand. I used f11 and pretty much everything is in focus. Again, this is a single image capture. No extreme adjustments needed.
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    How is such a look possible without photoshop?




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    I'm guessing double exposure that blows out white beyond the edge of the building?

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    reflection in glass seen as well as shot through glass

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    But since when could we do double exposures with medium format digital


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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    But since when could we do double exposures with medium format digital
    Since firmware 1.11
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    Newport RI is paradise for photographers
    Rodie32, H4D50 back, ISO 100, f11,1/60 sec, 10mm shift in both directions
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    But since when could we do double exposures with medium format digital
    The Pentax 645D does up to nine exposures in one RAW file.

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    Do you have any examples of this? Very interested in seeing some results from the Pentax.

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    I simply cannot handle 2 days with no new posts in this thread.

    Here is another from my trip to the Otways, this is Erskine falls.

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    The Pentax 645D does up to nine exposures in one RAW file.
    I presume it does this by reading out the image to its RAM each time, and clearing the sensor in between the 9 exposures? In that case, it's really no different to writing out 9 RAW single exposure files and merging them yourself in software. There's no signal to noise or DR difference.

    What would be closer to multiple exposure in the sense of how we do it on film, is if the sensor remained active in the darkness between exposures, with the previous latent image(s) still sitting on the pixels. Now that would be cool, as you could save bigtime on readout noise...assuming that the dark noise penalty of leaving the sensor "ticking over" between exposures was not greater than the noise of multiple readouts!

    If you were working with long exposures, you could emulate this sensor mode easily. Set up the first scene, start a B exposure, cap the lens after the desired exposure time, set up the second scene, uncap the lens for the second exposure, cap the lens again,...and so on. End the B exposure once all captures are complete. Voila, one RAW file, one readout, multiple exposures. Low readout noise, possibly horrendous dark noise but it might work well with the long-exposure-friendly P45+, P30+, IQ260, P645D, or (these last two being firmware-limited to 2 or 4 minutes max ) Leica S2 and H4D-40.

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    Thank you for your kind words Dave

    I only try to avoid exaggerate perspective in the composition when I believe the scene is better off that way. Avoiding objects near the edges and first focuspoint atleast 2-3 metres away. That usually makes it look quite natural.

    In this one I used the Distagon 40 and at a first glance it looks maybe wider than the boat simply because I chose the position with the poles to increase depth. So in this case it was an attempt to make it look wider than it is.

    Dan, I wish I had your eyes. I probably walk past scenes just like this when I'm out with my family, and never think "that's the shot!" Perhaps my excuse is that, well, I'm out with my family and don't get the time and space to assess things properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ondebanks View Post
    Dan, I wish I had your eyes. I probably walk past scenes just like this when I'm out with my family, and never think "that's the shot!" Perhaps my excuse is that, well, I'm out with my family and don't get the time and space to assess things properly.

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    [QUOTE=shortpballer;514306]How is such a look possible without photoshop?

    Shooting through a piece of angled glass to reflect a double image?

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