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    Very nicely done, Graham!

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    Must be cliche΄ week at getdpi, and I'm happy to keep the train rolling

    Devil's Golf Course just after sundown. Cambo WRS AE/Rodie 40/IQ160

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    It may be a cliche, Graham, but it's a darn good one!
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    Ok, ok, it's a cliche shot from Yosemite but you have to take it
    (p.s. could you send that Polar Vortex down here this week please?)

    Alpa STC, IQ260, SK 35XL - 6s f11 ISO 50, 8mm rear rise, .9 GND

    That's classic! Masterpiece!
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    I might have posted this before, but since it's cliche week and it's a reworked version, here it is again :-)

    Spider Rock, Canyon De Chelly, Arizona.
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post

    Alpa STC, IQ260, SK 35XL, 13s f/11 5mm rear rise, LEE .9 ND + Polarizer

    Alpa STC, IQ260, SK 35XL - 6s f11 ISO 50, 8mm rear rise, .9 GND
    Hold on there, Graham! You're using the 35XL with a full frame sensor? With shift? Can you do that?

    Beautiful!

    --Matt (who is planning to keep his 35XL in the event of going full-frame)

    PS. Very jealous of you folks out in Yosemite. My daughter's Bat Mitzvah was this weekend and the family would have noticed if I'd snuck out with a backpack and tripod.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    It may be a cliche, Graham, but it's a darn good one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Hold on there, Graham! You're using the 35XL with a full frame sensor? With shift? Can you do that?

    Beautiful!

    --Matt (who is planning to keep his 35XL in the event of going full-frame)

    PS. Very jealous of you folks out in Yosemite. My daughter's Bat Mitzvah was this weekend and the family would have noticed if I'd snuck out with a backpack and tripod.
    Yes Matt, and no smoke erupts from the MFDB or Capture One when processing the LCC either! I do always use the centre filters on both of my wide schneiders (35 & 47) which helps for the vignette. If you take what is sometimes written on the forums about these lenses, and not actually take pictures, you'd be believing that these are coke bottle bottoms on full frame sensors which they assuredly are anything BUT! Every single time I bring up images taken with any of these SK wide tech cam lenses I still find myself shocked by the detail and acuity of the images. Sure, with large shift there's a little softness/smear in the extreme corners but if that's all you're looking at then you're not seeing the picture - you're just pixel peeping!

    Thanks everyone for the kind comments on the images. I'm not here with the GetDPI workshop which means that I've been shooting my 4x5 alongside the Alpa this week. I'm shooting just a few images a day and I think it genuinely helps to slow down (plus my shooting style frustrates workshop leaders at the best of times )
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    Ah. So the Alpa is your compact mirrorless for quick snaps?

    --Matt
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    It may be a cliche, Graham, but it's a darn good one!
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    graham:
    i've been able handle your shooting style…, can't be that bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    graham:
    i've been able handle your shooting style…, can't be that bad
    Hee hee - yes, you and my buddy Amr understand. We're normally either just getting in to the groove when everyone else is done or they've sent the hapless dealer tech guy to find us deep in the forest while everyone else is back sitting in the van.

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    Ah. So the Alpa is your compact mirrorless for quick snaps?

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    Evening post-Sunset at Sutter Butte, CA from Gray Lodge Wildlife Refuge
    (although it sounded like a gunnery range as the hunters finished up at the end of the day!)

    Alpa STC, IQ260, 90HRW, 1/8s ISO 50 f/11, 4 deg tilt, 15mm rear rise. .6GND
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    Quote Originally Posted by yaya View Post
    Love this shot Graham and how the water came out so smooth and still so sharp where it matters!
    Thank you Yair.

    I think that the tonality of MF comes through with this kind of light. I've been shooting 4x5 recently and revisited using my ground glass, loupe and tilt on the Alpa. Mr Scheimflug is definitely your friend with a scene like this that previously I would have focus stacked and probably would still be unprocessed on my hard drive.
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    Swedish colours…..

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Just getting 'round to work on some of last year's images...sadly I had too much travel with not enough shooting opportunities...this one is from Hong Kong in early December. Credo 60 on Arca-Swiss Rm2D/ 43XL/ f8/ 21s with about 12mm drop


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    Quote Originally Posted by yaya View Post
    Just getting 'round to work on some of last year's images...sadly I had too much travel with not enough shooting opportunities...this one is from Hong Kong in early December. Credo 60 on Arca-Swiss Rm2D/ 43XL/ f8/ 21s with about 12mm drop


    No image showing at my end with this message (not sure why)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    No image showing at my end with this message (not sure why)...
    Me either...

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    Whatever it is, Jack likes it...
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    It's a grey cat in a coal mine The file name suggests maybe Hong Kong. I'm sure that it'll reappear at some point.
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Wow, I still see it fine even in Ed's quoted post. It's a slightly foggy Hong Kong at night cityscape.
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    Nothing here on any browsers or devices for some reason. Permissions?
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    Have tried on a PC in Firefox, on a Mac in Safari and an iPhone and can't see it in any of those. So a browser issue seems unlikely to be the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    No image showing at my end with this message (not sure why)...
    Cannot see it either…..
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    That's fixed it. Nice shot Yair!

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    We just had to wait for the fog to clear
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    So much better...

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    I realy like this. I'm glad it's spring somewhere on the planet
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    Tom, I would not feel jealous, those folks will be well into summer when we get to enjoy our spring...
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    Hornitos Road, outside of Hornitos CA.

    Alpa STC, IQ260, 90HR 1/3s f/11 2 shot vertical stitch. With hindsight I should have used something wider.
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    [QUOTE=GrahamWelland;564413]Hornitos Road, outside of Hornitos CA.

    Alpa STC, IQ260, 90HR 1/3s f/11 2 shot vertical stitch. With hindsight I should have used something wider.

    Great shot Graham !!! - I wonder what type of paper you would print this on. That is always a question - a semi gloss - smooth or textured, a pearl paper? A matte - Hot press or velvet - maybe cold press?

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    30 second exposure with pretty strong winds, pinning down the Gitzo as hard as I could. I managed to get the contours of the trunk perfectly sharp. Lucky
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Hornitos Road, outside of Hornitos CA.

    Alpa STC, IQ260, 90HR 1/3s f/11 2 shot vertical stitch. With hindsight I should have used something wider.
    I am not sure wider--the trees would diminish too much. I would have brought the silhouette up higher to give the impression of hight. The upper part of the sky could be lost without impacting on its drama. The balance of the graphic black with the glowing red could be striking. Either that or add a blonde.

    My 2 cents...

    Still like the image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Hornitos Road, outside of Hornitos CA.

    Alpa STC, IQ260, 90HR 1/3s f/11 2 shot vertical stitch. With hindsight I should have used something wider.
    Love the colors in the sky here Graham!
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    Graham,

    Are you getting red channel clipping in that sunset? It might have been that yellow close to the ground, but I frequently see that shade when it's just too red for the processing. Don't get me wrong, it's beautiful as executed! I'm just consistently amazed by how much data these damn backs capture.

    +1,

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    Matt - good point.

    I went back to C1 to take a look and yes, the red channel definitely clipped. The 3 channel histogram for levels didn't show it but the overall histogram did show a peak at the right end. The only processing to the image was pulling the highlight to the red peak as displayed in the level display. Everything, believe it or not, is pretty much flat as out of camera with only a small selective colour adjustment darken on the sunset red.

    WB was regular daylight 5000k and to be honest that muddy region to the left at the horizon bugs me.

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    IQ180, 23HR w/CF Cropped aprox 70%
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    From the very last session with my fellow photographer Micke (Bildifokus) after a four day phototour in Andalucia. All in all, some great light and scenes recorded on mfdb. Thanks Micke for a few very nice days together


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    IQ180, 23HR w/CF Cropped aprox 70%
    Love the tonality and mood of this. The smooth gradation in the sky makes the winter scene along with the subtle colour of the buildings on the horizon.

    Nice use of the 23HR - I often struggle with finding effective compositions with it due to lack of shift options and an irrational reluctance to crop an image necessarily shot dead level to avoid vertical distortions. I think this works well to it's strengths.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Matt - good point.

    I went back to C1 to take a look and yes, the red channel definitely clipped. The 3 channel histogram for levels didn't show it but the overall histogram did show a peak at the right end. The only processing to the image was pulling the highlight to the red peak as displayed in the level display. Everything, believe it or not, is pretty much flat as out of camera with only a small selective colour adjustment darken on the sunset red.

    WB was regular daylight 5000k and to be honest that muddy region to the left at the horizon bugs me.
    Interesting. In your case the yellow highlights add to the drama. With me, it usually just looks washed out.

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    35 XL, ALPA SWA, P45 two horizontal shots stitched.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Love the tonality and mood of this. The smooth gradation in the sky makes the winter scene along with the subtle colour of the buildings on the horizon.

    Nice use of the 23HR - I often struggle with finding effective compositions with it due to lack of shift options and an irrational reluctance to crop an image necessarily shot dead level to avoid vertical distortions. I think this works well to it's strengths.
    Graham, thanks for the kind words, but I do need to confess

    1. The sky and snow were absolutely bland, and I could not pick up any detail at all even dropping exposure in C1, so I cheated and used a gradient mask in C1

    2. The crop resulted primarily from me not getting out of my car in -20C, and needing to crop out the nasty snowbank

    3. The 23HR has been tricky for me as well. I am now getting into the habit of going out with one lens and trying to make it work, and this is one of those times. It is finicky. I only processed this in C1 and did not spend much time on it. But if you notice on the left side, you can see a slight tinge of red coming in. This is after LCC and I also used a CF. I'm sure I can get rid of it, but the lens is a real supermodel

    Thanks again, Jag

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    Jag,

    I'm crushed

    I did notice the slight tinge and wondered about the sky grad there but hey, if it looks good in post then that's great too.

    The 23HR is definitely a bit of Diva but worth it when it delivers. Since I get no movement with it I leave it on it's own Alpa TC body. I actually don't use the CF filter and have considered it but it costs Cube/D4 money and I don't really have issues with my images fixing without it. One day I'm sure I'll get one.
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    Westin Beach at the extreme end of a -1.2' tide. Out on the seaweed covered rocks with my snow spikes and thinking all the time of the order I would grab my gear and run when a sneaker wave showed up. Major swells were blowing in about every 5 minutes. Hoping you can feel it all!



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    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post

    35 XL, ALPA SWA, P45 two horizontal shots stitched.
    Small world! Below is my attempt from April last year.

    6 shot stitch.

    It's a great location!


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