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    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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    Got my IQ180 back from a service last week, and finally got around to doing some shooting again.

    While waiting for the evening light, I thought I'd have a bit of fun from one of my favourite locations. The usual subject!



    Crops:





    50HR, FPS TS adapter 5 degree swing, FPS, IQ180.

    Very tempted to print this one big. I like it because at first glance, it looks like it's just a regular shot
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    Nice swing job!
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    Gerald

    I have been through Dubai an awful lot for work and I know how big this building is. Every photo of it I have seen from you is stunning, and this is no exception. Great stuff mate.
    Stop chasing gear, start chasing photos instead.

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    I admire your DUBAI images very much .
    But I must say , whenever I see one of your images taken from the top of that building , I get weak knees .
    What about your knees , not the tripod one's
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    The name of this place roughly translates to "funland". I was standing in a very shallow spot.
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    Interesting - I had a completely different sense of scale - till I saw the diver coming out in the second shot. Nicely done!

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    A few images from today. This time I used the 70mm HR.
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    With the FPS it is 1 RAW file. Back stays open, photographer can choose how many exposures. Just like the old days with film No need to cap and uncap the lens! Just simply choose the number of exposures, and make sure you take these exposures within the long exposure limit of your back. This way you can have fast exposures that would otherwise not be possible without capping and uncapping your lens.

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    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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    10-shot pano. Needs a little tidying up, but thought I'd share.



    (click on the image...)

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    Taken 2 hours ago @ Cherry Creek State Park, CO
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    Newport RI is paradise for photographers

    1895 fire station rodie 32 with H4D50 back
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    Taken 2 hours ago @ Cherry Creek State Park, CO
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    Newport RI is paradise for photographers
    Colony House 4th oldest statehouse in US still standing
    Rodie 32 on H4D50 back
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    2 shot pano by shifting the back (15mm left and right) w/ the 70mm HR. The small jpg here does not do the file justice
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    See the mountainroad in the centre of the image? Just a teaser of my upcoming regular phototours/workshops in southern Spain. I'm moving back and plan to do one full day excursion twice a month. From my base in Marbella we have the reach of around 25 national parks within a 2 hours drive! I'll let you guys know in the appropriate section of the forum when everything is planned (first one mid september)! We go either by Land Rover Defender or offroad bikes... Extensive Alpa/Leaf equiment to fondle and test-drive....
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    A7 between Marbella and San Pedro, over the Istán road.

    Assigned shot for the town hall.

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    Avenida del Prado, No.25

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Newport RI is paradise for photographers
    Rodie 32 on H4D50 back
    1 degree tilt, f11, 1/30 sec, ISO 100
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    First time in about 4 months that I've had a chance to both travel with and actually use my tech setup, but I had a few lazy days and really got to take some time with it., which was nice.

    Fiji - IQ 160/Cambo/Rodie40

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    Newport RI
    Someone told me that this house was the original duplex in the US. I am not sure that this is correct. The house is on a street by the name of Farewell street where the town interfaith cemetery was/is
    Rodie 32, H4D50, f8, 1/30 sec, ISO 100
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Tech cams are often used with wide angles, but here's a long shot . I like longer lenses and have recently picked up an 180mm.

    It's a section of a bridge in the town where I live, lit by the evening sun. I chose my position carefully so the bow of the bridge would be reflected in the water patch.

    Linhof Techno, Schneider Digitar 180mm, Hasselblad CF22. Developed in RawTherapee. I've borrowed the back from a friend (my own is at repair as usual). I tried to figure out how Hasselblad's color profiling works so I could transfer it to RawTherapee but did not really do it, so the colors is rendered with just the default matrix. For landscape it's certainly adequate though, and the often difficult yellow tones from the evening light turned out really well.

    It's shot at f/16, hyperfocal would be as much as 95 meters (for CoC=Airy disk). Therefore close foreground is slightly out of focus. I thought about tilting but the battery ran out before I could try that. As this back as most older ones has a fuzzy focus check (ie impossible to differ between tack sharp and almost-sharp) one really need to know what one is doing if tilting, as one cannot really check after if it was okay. In this case I would need about 18mm DoF height to cover the bridge (half sensor height), which would give me 2.0 degrees tilt on the 180mm at f/16, which would be 5.2 meters hinge distance, maybe a bit too large for the wedge to get above ground level in time, but a thing I would have tested if I had working sharpness check (and an extra battery with me ). f/22 would change the equation to 4 degrees and 2.6 meters which would have worked out, but then hyperfocal would be 48 meters so it would be close. I would have used my Leitz Fokos range finder to check the distance to the foreground to be able to decide what to do but as I was out of batteries in the back I did not do that. If both hyperfocal and tilt work out equivalently I choose tilt though as I'm using a view camera and hyperfocal focusing therefore often becomes a bit approximate.

    While the 22 megapixel back does swallow f/22 without much image degradation, I'd probably prefer f/16 and slight defocus on the dark grass in foreground anyway, as peak sharpness on the fine details on the bridge is more important.
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    This image demonstrates the value of tilt as well as any image I have taken recently. I am so impressed with the ability of the Rodie 32 lens at f8-the foreground and the background are both in focus with 1 degree of tilt
    I wanted the viewer to be able to feel that he/she could see into the yacht club and the arcs rm3di and the rodie lens were able to accomplish that along with some selective sharpening.
    Incidentally if you google Ida Lewis in Newport RI, the story about her is very interesting
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    . . . .
    I am so impressed with the ability of the Rodie 32 lens at f8-the foreground and the background are both in focus with 1 degree of tilt
    I wanted the viewer to be able to feel that he/she could see into the yacht club and the arcs rm3di and the rodie lens were able to accomplish that along with some selective sharpening.
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    Love this image .
    O.K. 1º of tilt . But where did you focus on ? ? ?
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    I was 18 feet away from the entrance and I focused at 50 feet
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    Thanks Stanley
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    If you google the preservation society in Newport RI, you will learn that this non profit has preserved seven mansions some built at the turn of the last century. The tourists come in such volume that the organization had an income from ticket sales alone of over fifty million dollars last year.
    This image is of a Turkish Elm on the Chateau-Sur-Mer property. This tree has a sixty foot span
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    Newport RI
    Someone told me that this house was the original duplex in the US. I am not sure that this is correct. The house is on a street by the name of Farewell street where the town interfaith cemetery was/is
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    I like the plane of symmetry in this structure. I can imagine this being the homes of identical twins; one right-handed the other left.

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    Lantau Peak, Hong Kong
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I like the plane of symmetry in this structure. I can imagine this being the homes of identical twins; one right-handed the other left.

    The owner of this house keeps the structure in immaculate condition and yes the symmetry makes composition easy.
    Many homeowners in Newport maintain their property in pristine condition making photography compelling
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    Lantau Peak
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    The road to Shangri La?

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    Newport RI
    Not all of the homes here are mansions
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    The road to Shangri La?
    It's in Hong Kong, the highest ground in Hong Kong, Lantau Peak on Lantau Island : )
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    Amazing Capture Rayyen!

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    Amazing Capture Rayyen!
    Thanks shortpballer, your photos are always inspiring ; )
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    Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong

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    My very first attempt with Alpa SWA and 35XL...

    I guess I would need the center filter....
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    This thread is really out of sight,so many amazing images here....

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    St Johns Bridge, Portland

    Alpa STC, SK 35XL, 10mm rise, P25+ 13min @ f/8 ISO 50 13 stop ND.

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    my turn ... Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong


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    Newport RI
    Drive on to the State Pier and buy Lobsters to bring home that were in the water a few hours earlier
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    I take an LCC with every shot even though I use a center filter
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    Newport RI
    The sailing capital of the North East
    Former home of the America's Cup
    This image was taken at the Newport Shipyard which is a huge full service facility for large sailboats
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    Not a great image but hey where are you going to see a circle and a square and a rectangle in one capture
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul25 View Post
    My very first attempt with Alpa SWA and 35XL...

    I guess I would need the center filter....
    Did you not do an LCC capture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Hey Stanley, getting a bit of distortion on that sailboat!
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    Hi Alan,
    Actually they rake the mast at that angle. I believe the distortion was intended-but thank you for commenting
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    Quote Originally Posted by gazwas View Post
    Did you not do an LCC capture?
    I am not good at learning software....
    So, i just used it CS5 ....

    Will it make a whole lot of difference....?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul25 View Post
    Will it make a whole lot of difference....?
    MASSIVE!

    It will sort out the illumination fall of (but I quite like it) and remove that horrible colour shift.

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    Actually they rake the mast at that angle. I believe the distortion was intended-but thank you for commenting
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    There must be quite some performance gain as the cost of making a curved mast will not come cheap.

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    Columbia River Gorge, Oregon
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