Love the look, great model and eye grabbing processing.
The third one on your post is the best IMO, excellent.
had the HTS on the 28, a 35mm equivalent. no tilt or shift for this shot
yaya, that is a gorgeous morning mist image, and wonderful detail.
A couple of images from a recent excursion I am reasonably pleased with.
Cave Creek below Natural Bridge, Springbrook National Park, Qld, Auastralia. Taken 5 January 2010 with the H2 & PhaseOne P20 & HC50-110 lens.
RAW processing in Capture One 5 and then a very light process, mainly Vibrance, in PS. The lighting was cloudy but bright, with trees and a bridge over the creek.
Swirls & Eddies by Photography by Odille, on Flickr
cave ck below natural arch cropped by Photography by Odille, on Flickr
3 shot pano of Natural Bridge, Springbrook National Park, Qld, Australia. Taken 5 January 2010 with the H2 & PhaseOne P20 & HC50-110 lens.
Sometimes when I am lugging that heavy camera around I think to myself is it all worth it - this one certainly answers me with a YES! The detail at full size (10000 x 5035) is nothing short of astounding.
RAW processing in Capture One 5 and then a very light process, mainly Vibrance, in PS.
Natural Bridge pano #1 by Photography by Odille, on Flickr
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Great foggy shot, Yair. Love it. Nice feeling of tonal perspective right there.
RZ + 140/4.5 L-A + Aptus 54s .
Split toning in C1
and straigt b&w in PS (green channel, as usual)
I continue to be inspired by the shots everyone posts in this thread. Wonderful stuff everyone.
From this afternoon's walk around the campus lakes... I still can't believe how nice the files from this back (aptus ii 6) are, how easy they are to process, how malleable they are, and how nice the mamiya glass seems to pair with it. I've added a monopod and it seems to push sharpness to an even higher level... yet the files still have a nice smoothness.
Manual focus is so easy with this camera as well. All of these with the 210/4 ULD (which I got used for $225).
There are colors in this duck's plumage that I could not see with my naked eye.
my two oldest kiddos...
Shelby - nice.. makes me question my decision to not go longer than 150 on 645..
I have to admit I don't know how to use a wide angle lens, lol ... I've used virtually (in 35mm terms) between 35mm and 135mm my whole career. The 210 is a bit longer still (around 165mm with my back in 35mm-speak), but I love the semi-long telephoto look it affords.
I'm still trying to figure out if my wide should be the 35mm or if I should just go for the 28mm and learn how to use it. Gotta save some cash before I even think about any of that stuff though.
BTW... the 210/4 ULD is so ridiculously cheap on the used market that you can't go wrong just trying it out.
Anyway - on lengths - i am actually other way around - first angles i tend to cover are around 35mm and 60mm (effective in 135 equivalent, not marked). I dont like to shoot long telephoto as it flattens things too much Helps with animals, thats why i want one now, after looking at your stuff
I think 28mm is fish eye, is it not? 35mm is widest "super wide" , which i have manual copy of. Its a nice small lens. And 77mm makes it great lens, b/c i can swap filters between RZ lenses and this one )) I.e neutral density & polarizers .
Two more from my walk today... sorry for the image overkill.
My kids love going on these walks... they explore and every once in awhile they have to let me take a shot... otherwise it's free reign for them to do what kids do best. Again, my two oldest:
The cormorants come into Baton Rouge to winter-over. (web sharpening for fine detail is something I struggle with):
Something a little different. During my visit to Paradise Bay in the Antarctic Peninsula I took dozens of photographs of this same mountain from the deck of our ship within a span of about 5 minutes. The view kept changing every few seconds and it was an incredible experience watching the ice, water and clouds change so rapidly.
Ed Cooley Fine Art Photography
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When upgraded to 28MP Aptus 65 the 24 seemed not as sharp per memory, due diffraction. Sold it and went with 28mm wich is not fisheye and very sharp and rather stellar. The 28mm is a recent design for digital.
Shelby, a bunch of great shots, but I really like "calligraphy 2"
Nice one, Woody, as usual!
These are great 28mm shots Woody. It looks like the lens correction software is doing a great job with any WA distortion.
Just finished installing my second 30" monitor and wanted to try it out after calibration. This is the result of a 2-shot pano using the Cambo WRS and P45+ and as near as I remember the Schneider 72mm. I opened the images in C1 Pro 6.1 first then processed them into black & white before saving and opening in CS5 to do the stitch and very minor adjustments. Image was taken July 2010 on the way to Alpine AZ.
stunning, Don, and I generally am reserved with comments
H4D-50, HC 28mm, near Townsend, Tennessee in October 2010:
Joe Colson Photography
RZ + Aptus54s + 140mm/4.5 L-A
well done Sergei. I'm shure you made this picture having in mind that the toast matches the 4:3 aspect ratio of your back.. :-))
Contax 645 80mm w/Polarizer, Aptus 65 ISO200, f/8 1/125, handheld.
From our workshop currently in session
I was testing Terry's new Alpa hanging off a cliff to see if it was going to get sick. I should ad operator also hanging off cliff being held by mule team with clamps to my ankles.
Handheld 1/15 th of a second . Just found another reason for getting a TC again.
BTW this was a side trip to Horseshoe Bend that we surprised everyone with.
It was on a few folks bucket list as it turns out.
One more from the Grand Canyon . Tech details Alpa TC with Phase P40+ with 24mm XL lens with center filter at ISO 50. Shot at F11
BTW it feels nice to add something to this thread . Been awhile for me
Looks like you got some interesting weather there, Guy.. must make sunrises / sunsets really great. (heh.. i think i got somewhere panorama of Horseshoe - like 13 stitched images from Olympus E-510 , made in 2007.. i was insane back then )
RZ + Aptus 54s + 140mm L-A
Then again I'm pretty travel-worn, maybe I'm just starting to lose my mind.
I like the warmth of the setting sun on some images. I don't always follow the rules in fact I break a lot of of them on purpose.
Monument Valley after sunset. Still playing around with this series
Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.
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