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    Before Sunrise
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    Galaxy Hotel, Macau, China
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    One night in Macau
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyen View Post


    One night in Macau
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    Stunning
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    One night in Macau
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    Stunning indeed.
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    Just came home from a full day of boring 'must-do-things'. Entering my home I see both my kids, my wife and a friend snapping away on the terrace with their 4 compacts.
    I realise that this light was going to last for seconds so I rushed into my study and opened my Peli. I knew that the SK120 was mounted on the SWA. But my tripod was in the car….damn….no time. I fire it up, quickly turn aperture to wide open 5.6 and hope it is enough with 1/60. Because 1/60 handheld is definitely needed with the 120. And another….damn….no soft release, but there is no time, you see the shadow on the left. This shadow moved into the picture rapidly. I got this capture and seconds later the whole mountain was in shadow.

    I haven't done anything to it, colours are very close to what it was and exposure not lifted at all. Talk about a stressful photo…..not the usual me...

    You have this view from your home? Even more stunning than the light which is fantastic!
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    The beginning of the Grand Canyon, Arizona.
    Cambo WRS, Leaf Aptus II 7, SK 120 Aspheric - two shots stitched and slightly cropped.

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    Dublin Bay winter sunset at low tide.
    Alpa FPS, IQ180, Rodenstock HR32, 1/15, F11, hyperfocal, on C1 cube, on Gitzo 5 series.
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    Lot's Wife, navigational beacon in West Cork, south entrance to Baltimore harbour.
    The light here can be very strange at times. The whitewashed pillar dating from 1850 or so, is situated on a narrow promontary, and is lit from the sky, and from two bodies of water, only one of which can be seen. The beacon glows in a strange way, naturally in the evening light.
    Alpa FPS, IQ180, HR32, 1/3rd second, F8. Windy, 20 knots so some vegetation movement despite sheltered tripod position (cube, Gitzo 5 series). Nevertheless, the foreground detail is good on heather and gorse, and grasses. What a lens.
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    One Night in Macau
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    One Night in Macau
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    ALPA FPS/HR50mm/IQ180
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    Re:Lot's Wife Baltimore Harbour, West Cork

    Two more images from the session above, a little later during dusk. An intrepid hiker climbed to the beacon with a small camera despite the hazardous return as darkness fell.
    And a view away from the navigational beacon showing the treacherous rocks in the swell.
    Alpa FPS IQ180 HR32 FPS, 1/5th second, F11, selftimer 2 seconds, [IMG][IMG][/IMG][/IMG]ArcaSwiss Cube on Gitzo 5 series
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    You have this view from your home? Even more stunning than the light which is fantastic!
    Yes….and no….

    The mountain top is La Concha and is the signature of Marbella. I did shoot my image from our terrace at the back, but I have carefully composed it so that none of the plentiful blocks of housing is seen. In other words, it is not 'that' spectacular view in real life….
    However, La Concha has incredible character and changes a great deal depending on light - needless to say, I have countless of images in various lights and comps of this beautiful mountain.
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    We went skiing yesterday and on the way home I just had to stop for this view. Kids (and wife) sleeping in the car….
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    Hey Dan! You made me run to the computer to find this image. From the PODAS Death Valley trip. It's similar and fitting since, well, it was shot at DANTE'S Point.



    Shot with the 100hr, P65+, Alpa STC.

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    Dave, almost scary because just after I had started the car again and about 400 metres further down the scenery opened up and I got the multilayers that you have in your image! I really really wanted that one and it looked incredibly much like yours, but it was impossible to stop and cars everywhere. The light was rapidly disappearing as well so I simply wiped it off my mind and continued…..
    I like yours better than mine
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    Thank you Dan! Not better, just subtly different The blues are really fun when I get get it to print just right! As Guy and David Duffin can attest, this was a bitterly cold and windy morning, but loads of fun regardless. What I love about this time of morning is how quickly things change, and how a photo seconds away in time can show such different colors! Sure it makes us swear when fumbling with he camera, but I think that is part of the magic. Sunrises like these make me think there is no afterlife, because this place we are all living on is already heaven

    Dave

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    Dave, almost scary because just after I had started the car again and about 400 metres further down the scenery opened up and I got the multilayers that you have in your image! I really really wanted that one and it looked incredibly much like yours, but it was impossible to stop and cars everywhere. The light was rapidly disappearing as well so I simply wiped it off my mind and continued…..
    I like yours better than mine
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    I still appreciate the incredible iq from a tech setup. Something you never grow tired of…. this prints 100x70cm with amazing detail.

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Old wooden boat abandoned on beach in high Arctic, under abandoned coal mine, early September 2013.
    Alpa FPS, IQ180, HR32, 0.5 sec, F5.6, AS Cube on Gitzo 5 series, 2 sec self-timer delay.

    Interesting place, the Arctic. Pristine wilderness and deserted human activities side by side. This wooden boat is traditional carvel built, signs of sail mast and mainsail control iron truck astern, but also sheet iron reinforcement on bows and stern, and apparently inboard auxiliary engine at some time.
    Intriguing that the area is far north, frozen most of the year, yet the sedimentary rock layers towering above the beach, that contain once viable quantities of coal date from times when the climate was very different, wet and warm. Climate change in the Arctic is clearly not a novel phenomen!
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    A changing climate has never been novel. In fact, the atmosphere we are familiar with is a product of biology. Neither is the idea of plate tectonics novel, which shows the land masses have moved and continue to move. Newfoundland was a tropical island and the northern reaches of what are known in North America as the Appalachian mountain range continue in Europe though scandinavia. What is novel today is the way the climate is changing.

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    Ebb Flow
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    Alpa MAX, SK 150 SB, IQ160, 7deg Tilt
    A fogged in day with sea mist that totally crudded up (technical term) my sensor.
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyen View Post


    One Night in Macau
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    I can only begin to imagine just how good this looks in print!
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    Just wash daily with sea water for several centuries.

    Porth Nanven, Cornwall, UK, December 2013.

    A-S Factum, SK60mm, IQ260.
    Last edited by MILESF; 5th December 2013 at 10:02. Reason: Mis-spelling of place name.
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    Another from Porth Nanven, Cornwall, UK

    A-S Factum SK60mm, IQ260. 5 deg rise and 1deg forward tilt
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    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    Thank you Dan! Not better, just subtly different The blues are really fun when I get get it to print just right! As Guy and David Duffin can attest, this was a bitterly cold and windy morning, but loads of fun regardless. What I love about this time of morning is how quickly things change, and how a photo seconds away in time can show such different colors! Sure it makes us swear when fumbling with he camera, but I think that is part of the magic. Sunrises like these make me think there is no afterlife, because this place we are all living on is already heaven

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    don't be modest. for that image, yours is better

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    Lau Fau Shan, Hong Kong
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    Eternity


    Taken with the Rm3di / IQ180 / 40mm Rodie.

    6mm rise, 3mm right shift and 1 degree of tilt.
    1min 55 secs at ISO 50 (pushing the friendship a little).
    Stop chasing gear, start chasing photos instead.

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    OffTopic but thought I'd share anyway!
    I'm definitely not great at postproduction or using PS in depth, so I challenged myself in creating this from a blank workspace….
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    Dan,

    Everything you do amazes me. Great job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BANKER1 View Post
    Dan,

    Everything you do amazes me. Great job.

    Greg
    Thank you very much Greg. More appreciated right now then you might think. I've been a little unlucky and lost several potentially excellent assignments last month, so I really needed that moral boost!!
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    2 image vertical stitch:

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    jimban, I don't like your del norte image.
    I love it!

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    Thanks Bill-

    You're very kind.

    I love the forest.

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    Having a sticky wet snowstorm here, so I went out to have some fun, but I struggled with the back after updating the firmware. It now hates to acknowledge there is a sync cord attached. I did manage to get off this two-image stitch. Sk150 shifted 18mm each way, then cropped a bit.

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    Merry Christmas to you all. Have a safe, wonderful holiday.

    sk150mm, 18mm rise (back fall really). Shot Sunday, the same day as the image above.



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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Mesquite Dunes, Death Valley
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    Great shot Graham! Love the sand texture. Must have been after a good windstorm to erase all the footprints?

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    Graham: are you out there again?

    do the Golden Canyon walk if you can; starts off the highway west of Zabriskie, circles around in that canyon everyone shoots from Zabriskie point and winds out through the river bed back to the highway a bit below where you started.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    Great shot Graham! Love the sand texture. Must have been after a good windstorm to erase all the footprints?

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    I wish it were so. I walked about a mile in from the east side of the dunes (mountain side from the big dune) which is an area much less traveled by tourists and so relatively free of footprints, at least human footprints. I did come across lots of tiny tiny footprints though!
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    Graham,

    That looks just a bit west of where the 2012 Workshop dunes shots were taken. I have the same background, but you look slightly closer to the mountains.

    That was my favorite spot...

    Best,

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    Matt:

    Thinking back to the GetDPI 2012 trip, rather than coming in from the Stovepipe on the Scotty's Castle road that you shot on your second dune trip, I stopped maybe half a mile east of the parking lot on 190 part way to the Devils Cornfield and walked north into the dune field. That would put me west of the smaller dunes that you shot from. If anything the mountain size should appear smaller and there should be a greater quantity of dunes in the foreground.

    If however you are thinking of the first trip to the dunes then you actually shot from a lot further west of this location and you would have had the big dunes in the foreground and their associated tourist footprints everywhere. That would also explain the mountain sizes too.

    Btw, in case anyone is worried about how much of a pebble the 'old' Rodenstock 90 HR (blue ring) is compared to the new uber expensive 90 HR (yellow/gold ring), here's a small detail from about 150ft in to the scene. The old guy does pretty well I think!

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    Graham> is that little guy you?

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    And then, it spoke.
    120mm apo macro sironar, IQ180

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    "Graham> is that little guy you?"

    It's Graham's version of a selfie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stephengilbert View Post
    "Graham> is that little guy you?"

    It's Graham's version of a selfie.
    Let me know if you'd also like one of the 2000ft cable releases I used.

    Btw, that guy in the shot looks very handsome even from that distance, is carrying a big backpack, photo vest and a tripod ... It looks suspiciously like me
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    Graham, your sand dune picture is bad bad bad, because I'm still waiting for my new 90!!!
    Just hate your picture XD
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    Raymond, I know that you'll love it. I only have the previous version and from what I've seen of the new version it's even sharper!
    Ylem ...

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    Blue



    Rodie 70mm, 3 shot stitch 15mm left and right.
    5mm rise, linear polariser and Lee big-stopper.
    Last edited by Dogs857; 21st December 2013 at 17:00.
    Stop chasing gear, start chasing photos instead.

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    Blue

    I dig that.

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