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    Under the 32.5 km bridge
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    The 32.5 km bridge
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Fontainebleau?
    It's a much, much smaller one located in Strasbourg, east of France : https://www.google.com/maps/place/48...!3m1!1s0x0:0x0
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    A little known fact....Metropolitan Museum of Art permits tripods on Wednesday and Thursday
    As far as I know, none of the other NYC museums allow any sort of stabilization
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    CAPCam, Schneider 120mm, IQ180

    And a rather nice watch!

    Full height of the frame (squared off for Instagram - sorry!)

    7 image focus stack (focus set parallel to the plane of the watch)

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    Big Guns



    Green Hill Fort Thursday Island.

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    Surf Watch, some where along the East Coast of Taiwan

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    Takoro Gorge, Taiwan
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    - - - Updated - - -

    Rift Valley, Taiwan's East Coast
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    Bench View: Foothills Park, Palo Alto, CA



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    Rodenstock 32mm (stitch)


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    Rodenstock 90mm HRSW (stitch)


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    Venus Rising



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    Detail -


    CAPcam, Schneider 120, IQ250

    Almost happy with that one (just the lugs need some more attention). Step by step, I think I'm getting there.

    For comparison, here's a link to the shot of the watch on the manufacturer's website.

    http://www.alange-soehne.com/assets/...back-72dpi.jpg


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    [/QUOTE]Almost happy with that one (just the lugs need some more attention). Step by step, I think I'm getting there.

    For comparison, here's a link to the shot of the watch on the manufacturer's website.

    http://www.alange-soehne.com/assets/...back-72dpi.jpg


    Kind regards,


    Gerald.[/QUOTE]

    Very instructive Gerald. I see what the manufacturer is trying to do. Present a clear illustration of what the watch is and how it works. You are doing something more complex, more like an interpretive portrait. I think I try to do much the same, but comparing these two images makes me wonder what I am trying to achieve in many of my own shots. Would you mind pointing out your goals for this type of treatment? Start a new thread if that would be appropriate.

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    Hong Kong - Tsing Yi Phaseone P25+ Schnider 120mm
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    Hong Kong - Western District Phaseone P25+ Schnider 120mm
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    Hong Kong - Tsing Yi Phaseone P25+ Schnider 120mm

    - - - Updated - - -



    Hong Kong - Western District Phaseone P25+ Schnider 120mm
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    Out testing a new camera set up when nature played along - Columbia River Gorge Sunset

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    One of my favorite trees in the world!

    Cambo AE, IQ180, Schneider 150mm, 2 shot stitch.

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    A view of Victoria Harbour from the peak, at sunrise
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    Monsoon Green
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    Hong Kong - Tsing Yi Phaseone P25+ Schnider 120mm
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    RM3di / SK43XL / Credo 60. 3x Stitch.

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    4 roughly edited images from Tasmania

    Liffy Falls:

    -18mm, 0mm, +18mm vertical orientation horizontal shifted stitch ALPA STC, Schneider 35XL, Phase one P45, no LCC

    Cradle Mountain

    -18mm, 0mm, +18mm horizontal orientation horizontal shifted stitch ALPA STC, Mamiya 110/2.8, Phase one P45, no LCC

    Pieman River

    -18mm, 0mm, +18mm horizontal orientation vertical shifted stitch ALPA STC, Mamiya 110/2.8, Phase one P45, no LCC

    Whyte Riverbank

    -18mm, 0mm, +18mm horizontal orientation vertical shifted stitch ALPA STC, Schneider 35XL, Phase one P45, no LCC - might've forgotten to stop this one down...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cunim View Post
    Very instructive Gerald. I see what the manufacturer is trying to do. Present a clear illustration of what the watch is and how it works. You are doing something more complex, more like an interpretive portrait. I think I try to do much the same, but comparing these two images makes me wonder what I am trying to achieve in many of my own shots. Would you mind pointing out your goals for this type of treatment? Start a new thread if that would be appropriate.
    Hi - new thread with response here:

    Watch photography - my journey so far

    Kind regards,


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    Hong Kong - Tsing Yi Phaseone P25+ Rode 35mm
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    Best Lobster pound in Maine

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    Rocky Maine coast
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    7PM @ Tokyo Tower
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    kim, did you pan for this shot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drevil View Post
    kim, did you pan for this shot?
    I shifted with Mirex shift adaptor for contax645 to EF. It's not ideal since I can't control aperture and also it vignettes at extreme shift on both side of the image. Much better to wait for Alpa own adaptor.

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    Hong Kong - Tsim Sha Tsui Phaseone P25+ Rode 35mm
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    Alpa 12FPS + Contax 645 Distagon 35mm
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    Some where around Danang, Vietnam
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    A six-shot pano with the Kolari-moded a7, Actus, and the Rodenstock APO-Sironar Digital 90. Shot at f/8 with the camera tilted up and the front standard tilted to compensate for DoF.

    Actus_90_Statue5 by Bradley Clemens, on Flickr

    A single shot with the same combo. This would've been the top left corner of another six-shot pano had the wind cooperated, but it didn't. I'm very impressed with the wide open performance. Eventually, I'm sure I'll come up with something negative to say about the lens, but right now, nothing is coming to mind.

    a7_Actus_Rode90_Sunflower by Bradley Clemens, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
    4 roughly edited images from Tasmania
    Lovely, all four of them, but I am particularly fond of the Cradle Mountain image. You and the 110 are well-paired.
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    First image with "new" Credo 50... Unbelievable Live View!!
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    A couple of days ago, I posted an aircraft portrait made with my new A7RII. I was pleased with the photo because it was easy to acquire (handheld), the colors were good, the file responded well in PS, and I had a nice picture within a very short time.

    Today, I made a more formal portrait of the same subject. For this, I used the Monolith, the IQ180 and one of my favorite teles, the Schneider 210 T Apo Digitar. I wheeled out the big stand and did some stacking with more extensive post. Took me a couple of hours to make that image. What did I learn from all this? I am not going to discuss which is "better". That is not particularly meaningful. I will deal with the comparative advantages of each format for me.

    1. I really enjoy the slow and contemplative process of MF. The equipment encourages me to think of all sorts of issues related to the craft of photography. To some of you craft-consciousness comes naturally with any camera, but I benefit from the discipline that MF demands. Hey, all I need is 16 shot MS and I'll be in techno heaven.
    2. No getting around it, I really like 80MP - but that Monolith sure is a PITA to position. Actually, I don't find the DF a whole lot easier given the weight.
    3. My chance of actually winding up with a keeper image on any given day is higher with the Sony. Lots of ways to mess up MF. The mirrorless is friendlier because it gives you so many more shots to choose from. The end result will be different but, as the really impressive shots in the Sony pictures thread show, the result can be stunning.
    4. What a great time in my photography, having both options available.
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    Another from Tassie
    With the Alpa STC, 35XL, P45 and the flat field plugin in Lightroom.

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    Great shot cunim...what is the aircraft?

    Quote Originally Posted by cunim View Post
    A couple of days ago, I posted an aircraft portrait made with my new A7RII. I was pleased with the photo because it was easy to acquire (handheld), the colors were good, the file responded well in PS, and I had a nice picture within a very short time.

    Today, I made a more formal portrait of the same subject. For this, I used the Monolith, the IQ180 and one of my favorite teles, the Schneider 210 T Apo Digitar. I wheeled out the big stand and did some stacking with more extensive post. Took me a couple of hours to make that image. What did I learn from all this? I am not going to discuss which is "better". That is not particularly meaningful. I will deal with the comparative advantages of each format for me.

    1. I really enjoy the slow and contemplative process of MF. The equipment encourages me to think of all sorts of issues related to the craft of photography. To some of you craft-consciousness comes naturally with any camera, but I benefit from the discipline that MF demands. Hey, all I need is 16 shot MS and I'll be in techno heaven.
    2. No getting around it, I really like 80MP - but that Monolith sure is a PITA to position. Actually, I don't find the DF a whole lot easier given the weight.
    3. My chance of actually winding up with a keeper image on any given day is higher with the Sony. Lots of ways to mess up MF. The mirrorless is friendlier because it gives you so many more shots to choose from. The end result will be different but, as the really impressive shots in the Sony pictures thread show, the result can be stunning.
    4. What a great time in my photography, having both options available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelorus View Post
    Great shot cunim...what is the aircraft?
    It's a 1942 Waco UPF 7, a bit warmed up with a 300hp Jacobs and a 99" CS prop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimyeesan View Post
    Alpa 12FPS + Contax 645 Distagon 35mm
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    Nice view. I can see my house from here..

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    It's in beautiful order and I reckon the Jacobs are much underrated engines. Thanks for the pic.

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    It's a 1942 Waco UPF 7, a bit warmed up with a 300hp Jacobs and a 99" CS prop.
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    Sometimes the extra is worth it for something special

    Quote Originally Posted by cunim View Post
    A couple of days ago, I posted an aircraft portrait made with my new A7RII. I was pleased with the photo because it was easy to acquire (handheld), the colors were good, the file responded well in PS, and I had a nice picture within a very short time.

    Today, I made a more formal portrait of the same subject. For this, I used the Monolith, the IQ180 and one of my favorite teles, the Schneider 210 T Apo Digitar. I wheeled out the big stand and did some stacking with more extensive post. Took me a couple of hours to make that image. What did I learn from all this? I am not going to discuss which is "better". That is not particularly meaningful. I will deal with the comparative advantages of each format for me.

    1. I really enjoy the slow and contemplative process of MF. The equipment encourages me to think of all sorts of issues related to the craft of photography. To some of you craft-consciousness comes naturally with any camera, but I benefit from the discipline that MF demands. Hey, all I need is 16 shot MS and I'll be in techno heaven.
    2. No getting around it, I really like 80MP - but that Monolith sure is a PITA to position. Actually, I don't find the DF a whole lot easier given the weight.
    3. My chance of actually winding up with a keeper image on any given day is higher with the Sony. Lots of ways to mess up MF. The mirrorless is friendlier because it gives you so many more shots to choose from. The end result will be different but, as the really impressive shots in the Sony pictures thread show, the result can be stunning.
    4. What a great time in my photography, having both options available.
    Ylem ...
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    Mamiya 110 @ f/2.8
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    quick shot with the cf50 and 32 rodie
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    Packing light I only brought the TC and one lens. A two image nodal stitch with 1 degree forward tilt. Native 14000 pixels @300dpi.

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    they are cooked in sea water, heated by wood fire (the chimneys on the right).

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    ground zero, NYC 32mm tilt shift
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    calitrava construction, nyc (preliminary processing, lcc doesn't seem to be working 2 shot pano, 32mm
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