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    ALPA12STC + APO-GRANDAGON 4,5/45mm + CFV-39 , f11

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    cambo 43mm a derelict interior

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    Square is beautiful. It's more intimate. It's a one to one experience between the viewer and the image. Both look at each other. And yes, often squares are harder to compose.
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    Thierry, Bill, Graham, Jack - many thanks for your appreciation

    Regarding the square format, I was a classic Hasselblad shooter between 1982-1995, so I guess in the very early years I was formed to see square! I still, always have square photographs as an option in my comps.

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    cambo 43mm a derelict interior
    John

    I love these derelict interior images .
    The foreground , bottom right is a bit dominating .
    Keep on posting such images . I am shure you have more .

    Here my contribution .



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    I too am enjoying these interior views of the abandoned buildings! Amazing depth and detail in such low/contrasty lighting situations. Very challenging conditions, very well done, both!

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    here is a spooky halloween character, a peeling oscar

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    this was on the floor right above my shop

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Trying to get dust on your sensor?

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    I think I have a cataract . If not , then this is a great image .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    this was on the floor right above my shop
    John,

    Simply STELLAR capture. Nothing else to add except print it! (And it may look really sweet as a B&W )
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    I don't do stitching very often, but this evening I was in the woods and when I saw this scene, it screamed panorama....

    It is a 5 image stitch with the SK 35 XL. Each image at 12 seconds exposure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    John

    I love these derelict interior images .
    The foreground , bottom right is a bit dominating .
    Keep on posting such images . I am shure you have more .

    Here my contribution .



    ALPA 12 STC + APO-GRANDAGON 4,5/45mm + CFV-39
    I love this one, I'll be it is very interesting in a large print.

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    All of these images are absolutely spectacular and has me rethinking about my choice of camera, since I am mainly looking to get back into MF for my landscapes. These images have all just blown me away.

    I thought I was confused before....

    Bryan

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    Sawtooth Range, Idaho
    P45+/Cambo/47XL w/ about 3 deg. tilt, cropped
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    Cambo RS, SK 150mm, IQ180. F/11, 1 sec, ISO 35.

    Six shot stitch with some multiply in the middle to offset darkness of the framing from the foreground trees. Normally I would open the shadows in the framing but I liked the rich greens and reds on the sides.



    If you've ever been to this location, to get this angle you are a fair ways from the mill. I can't remember a location that has so many good compositional options from totally different angles.

    Cambo RS, HR23, IQ180. F/11, 5 Seconds, ISO 50:

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2jbourret View Post
    Sawtooth Range, Idaho
    P45+/Cambo/47XL w/ about 3 deg. tilt, cropped
    Nice view Jamie. At first view, I thought it was Sneffels Range in SW Colorado.

    Nice choice with the rock in the foreground, great use of tilt.

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    Holeeeee..... These are beautiful Ed! My jaw is dropped!

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    Ed, I just received my 47 back from Cambo, freshly mounted for T/S. I'm having quite a bit of trouble with my LCCs in C1, can't fully overcome the magenta/green cast in certain shots. There's just a bit showing in this image, and in the sky area that's been cropped, it was very evident.
    I am happy to find that getting a handle on the correct amount of tilt for differing tripod heights hasn't been too difficult, even with the P45+ display (vs. the IQ display).

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    Jaime - always nice compositions but the layering of the different hues throughout this image really grabs me.

    Ed - It is great to see how you really worked that area around the mill for many great shots over several visits to the location. Thanks for sharing because I am gaining a lot from looking at your images and understanding your procedure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2jbourret View Post
    Sawtooth Range, Idaho
    P45+/Cambo/47XL w/ about 3 deg. tilt, cropped
    Great "3 plane " shot! Congratulations!

    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2jbourret View Post
    Ed, I just received my 47 back from Cambo, freshly mounted for T/S. I'm having quite a bit of trouble with my LCCs in C1, can't fully overcome the magenta/green cast in certain shots. There's just a bit showing in this image, and in the sky area that's been cropped, it was very evident.
    I am happy to find that getting a handle on the correct amount of tilt for differing tripod heights hasn't been too difficult, even with the P45+ display (vs. the IQ display).
    I don't have T/S on any of my lens (yet) but I'm sure you need an LCC exposure for every shot. Of course, Phase strongly suggests a new LCC for each exposure. There are slight differences even between f/11 and f/8 all things being equal.

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    Bill, cmb, Ed, thank you. I do look for opportunities to use layers to create 3-dimensionality and compositional geometries in my images. The new t-s mount for the 47mm should really facilitate that, as I've always felt 'dof challenged' since leaving the 35mm world.

    Ed, you are right, it seems that I'll have to become much more disciplined about shooting an LCC frame for every shot I do now. Far too many variables now to use a 'stock' set of LCC's like I had in the past. I set out to do that as I began using the t-s lens, but quickly
    forgot and became much less regular about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    I love this one, I'll be it is very interesting in a large print.
    Ed
    In fact I have shot one image per row and they really turn out great when enlarged to say 40x50 or a little above .
    Unfortunately I took only one LCC shot for all shots , which turned out to be a big mistake as not all CC could be properly corrected .
    So I have learned , you must take an LCC shot for each image .



    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Cambo RS, SK 150mm, IQ180. F/11, 1 sec, ISO 35.
    Six shot stitch with some multiply in the middle to offset darkness of the framing from the foreground trees. Normally I would open the shadows in the framing but I liked the rich greens and reds on the sides.



    If you've ever been to this location, to get this angle you are a fair ways from the mill. I can't remember a location that has so many good compositional options from totally different angles.

    Cambo RS, HR23, IQ180. F/11, 5 Seconds, ISO 50:

    Glade Creek Grist Mill .
    Yes , a very famous location . I think , this mill was shot a couple of million times . I have seen many good images of this object , but you have done an
    extremely good job by working out the details in the middle .
    I am fascinated by the softness of the reflections in the foreground . Would you be prepared to sell a print ? ? ? of the first big image ? ? ?
    You can PM me .

    I used to shoot many landscapes here in Germany and France in B/W when I was still shooting LF .
    But I do not shoot landscapes any more , because all attractive locations here are shot so many times and you will find postcards everywhere .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Ed
    In fact I have shot one image per row and they really turn out great when enlarged to say 40x50 or a little above .
    Unfortunately I took only one LCC shot for all shots , which turned out to be a big mistake as not all CC could be properly corrected .
    So I have learned , you must take an LCC shot for each image .
    Jurgen,

    Just an FYI, but you can take the LCC after the fact if you know your rise, shift, tilt, aperture and of course lens. So if the image was a simple shift to each side, then getting the missing frames now would be easy. Of course you need to apply them to the singles, then process out and re merge and process as a new pano, but the point is that it can be done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Jurgen,

    Just an FYI, but you can take the LCC after the fact if you know your rise, shift, tilt, aperture and of course lens. So if the image was a simple shift to each side, then getting the missing frames now would be easy. Of course you need to apply them to the singles, then process out and re merge and process as a new pano, but the point is that it can be done.

    Jack

    Yes I agree to what you say .
    I was only aware of my mistake , when I offloaded the images from the CF card at home . No chance of having the same light situation again and today the building is locked . Therefore I tried several LCC (from my library) and have chosen the one which works best for me with some additional post correction in PS .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Alpa SWA • SK 35 XL • 1 second • f8,5 • 3mm rise • iso 100

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    Lovely - these images are simply stunning - please keep posting.
    I really like the matted frame as well.

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    From my daily blog. Alpa TC+ 35 mm SK + IQ 180. Handheld at ISO 200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Lovely - these images are simply stunning - please keep posting.
    I really like the matted frame as well.
    Reading 'matted frame' I take it you are refering to my latest....thanx Shot today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Reading 'matted frame' I take it you are refering to my latest....thanx Shot today.
    I like that matted frame as well Dan. Is that a photoshop action or do you create it manually?

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    Ed, I made it as a template with a few layers in photoshop. I have different files for vertical, horizontal, square and panos. So from original file I downsize to 13,34x10cm still at 300dpi (standard ratio from the Aptus) and simply copy/paste into the right layer, then downsize further and 'save for web'.

    I have already sent a .psd template file to half a dozen members here, so whoever needs/wants one, it is just to pm your email and I send it
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    From another day up in the aspens. Boulder Mountains, Idaho.
    3 image stitch, 47xl/Cambo/P45+
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    woody:

    we new yorkers love this sort of scene...a miniskirted babe, marching, modern architecture, a lurker, a hidden urban oasis in midtown and a 50 year old wooden water tower
    Last edited by jlm; 27th October 2011 at 02:15.

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    Yes I agree to what you say .
    I was only aware of my mistake , when I offloaded the images from the CF card at home . No chance of having the same light situation again and today the building is locked . Therefore I tried several LCC (from my library) and have chosen the one which works best for me with some additional post correction in PS .
    You do not need the same light conditions -- the LCC maps the sensor differential only. So if you use the same lens, at the same focus point, same aperture, and same shift movements, and then shoot the sky or a brick wall, it should be near perfect Library LCC's are fine, but only if you have one with the EXACT same shift movements and aperture.
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    Jamie,

    I like the lighting and composition in that last shot!
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    Thanks Jack. Just printed it at moderate size. The detail is so nice, it may just have to go big!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    You do not need the same light conditions -- the LCC maps the sensor differential only. So if you use the same lens, at the same focus point, same aperture, and same shift movements, and then shoot the sky or a brick wall, it should be near perfect Library LCC's are fine, but only if you have one with the EXACT same shift movements and aperture.
    Thanks Jack


    I will give that a try and keep in mind for future use , if required .
    Hopefully not , as I have changed my workflow to strictly shoot an LCC for each image after the actual shot . That works best for me .

    For me you seem to be the LCC-expert and I appreciate your contributions very much .
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Ed, I made it as a template with a few layers in photoshop. I have different files for vertical, horizontal, square and panos. So from original file I downsize to 13,34x10cm still at 300dpi (standard ratio from the Aptus) and simply copy/paste into the right layer, then downsize further and 'save for web'.

    I have already sent a .psd template file to half a dozen members here, so whoever needs/wants one, it is just to pm your email and I send it
    Great idea - PM sent.

    Thanks, S.)

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    Two image nodal stitch with the SK 120 N • 1/4 • f11 • iso 100 • no shift



    Now, that will be my last posting for around 3 weeks. I am off to Spain tomorrow and cannot do any PP down there. However, I will have internet so I will checkout new images being posted....Cheers, for a while
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    Dan, that's a real winner!

    Enjoy Spain!

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    I've been busy in Jackson Hole and not able to always get to the computer and visit here. I did want to share the results a test I did this morning alongside Granite Creek. These were both taken using the Cambo WRS1000, P65+, Schneider 72mm lens with a 3-stop ND filter. I kept the ISO at 100 and varied the f/stop. One image was 21-seconds the other 16-seconds long.


    f/32 16-seconds ISO100


    f/16 21-seconds ISO100

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    The only industrial building in my place in the country side .
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    Hi Jürgen

    Was the CFV 39 rotated vertically for the mill photo above, or is it a crop?

    Cheers, S

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    Enjoy your holiday Dan - look forward to seeing a flood of new postings once you're backl
    Great pan0 stitch, btw.

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    Autumn maple details photographed yesterday courtesy of Sensor+ due to a stiff breeze.

    Cambo, IQ180, SK72L, ISO 200, 10mm fall:



    Last edited by etrump; 28th October 2011 at 16:38.
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    I love it Dan.

    I know it's your intention to have the image rather flat in contrast for this one, and no harm meant with my remark, but I would love to see this with the shadows of the trees' trunk being plain black.

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    Very nice, Ed. Especially like the first, the structure of branches grounds the image and provides nice contrast.
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    Thanks guys, yes Spain is fantastic, this morning waking up, the sun is out, not a cloud in sight and the morning coffee on the terrace.....

    thierry, in fact, the mist was very thick and being there it was much lower contrast than in the image posted suggests. I have three versions where the posted image is inbetween. First one is even lower contrast, b&w and actually one and a half stop lighter. Come to think of it, that one is probably my favorite....the last one was tweaked harder with blackened treetrunks as you suggest and sure, it works, but having the three images beside each other my attention is caught by the high key one. In hindsight I should have posted that one...
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    Ed, the second one is my favorite. It looks like a painting
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    Ed,
    I want to go shooting with you next fall colors season, wow you know all the great spots
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