Today's post from the Highline with my Alpa TC + H 60 meg + Schneider 36mm APO.
Great images Woody, you're obviously enjoying the TC.
Shot this last night in the Outback. Cambo RS, P65+, 72mm, two shifted frames stitched.
Great shot Ed!
I finally got around to playing with Jack's Resizing Action and here is the humble result:
I have to say I like it better than the original shot.
Ed, nicely managed capture of the icon!
Will, great capture, love the pastel softness to the colors!
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Focus stacked and monochrome. It was important in this case to get both the old Cornish church and the ancient gate sharp. The colour version looks OK, but I prefer the mono conversion. H4D-50, 28mm HCD lens.
Is there a better way to do this than flikr, so you can see a larger image?
Great image Will. The color is gorgeous and the composition is exceptional.
OK, I'm here for three days. How many ways can you photograph the same spot.
did you take the train?
Nice images by the way!!!!
Ed, I love the 2nd one.
All are really nice, though.
Quentin, very nicely seen!
Ed, I agree with Woody -- ALL the Ayers Rock and area shot are marvelous, you've got great skies, but if I had to shoose one, I'd go with the second in the above set
here is a link to the full sized JPEG I generated from C1. sRGB and 8-bit and it's still 59 MB.
Here is my own from last week quite near that spot.
Pentax 645NII (Not D I know, there's a special place for Analog) FA 35mm.
I'm surprised I didn't bump into you on 42nd Street
I used to work in the BofA building, though not for BofA. It's quite photogenic. At the risk of getting further from the forum topic, here's another with a Leica 50 (the EXIF is wrong.. forgot to change the setting).
Ok enough You MFDB guys can go back to making the rest of us jealous
I'm in Death Valley on a workshop but I ran out this morning and shot a few shots in the dunes. Problem is major wind , major dust and major dust in the air. Will go back later in week and get more. I mean very high winds. Gave my new 110 LS some work to do
Stand there long enough you will start growing out of the sand.
What gorgeous tones...especially in Number 1.
Great captures in spite of the wind.
Nice , can't wait to get there....actually thinking of trying to get there for the 7th...
Guy: if you have the time...try the Golden canyon trail exiting via the Gower gulch trail. From the valley side, passes under zabriskei point and circles back to the valley. we hiked about seven or eight loops all around the area and loved this one. about six miles with not much elevation gain
conversion in C1
Arguably MF shot.. But hey.. i just finished this project and manufacturing all the bits, so i just had to share (after week and half with dremmel and other funny bits, being covered in dirt and dust and paint from restoring body and making things out of other things)
Meridian45b (yeah, baby!) + Angulon 90/6.8 + Aptus 54s as sliding back. 2 shots stich.
Pretty good stuff from pretty miserable conditions. Looks like you made lemonade out of some lemons. I like them.
RZ ProII D W/ 90mm -- Aptus-II 7
And one more....
(I pulled the earlier one as I realized it had a funky profile attached... will re-upload later)
a bit of vintage-ness added in post:
Last edited by Shelby Lewis; 3rd April 2011 at 20:27.
the only problems i have encountered with Helicon is with moving leaves, for example, leading to double imaging. If your subject will allow, it works great.
Stackshot works for macro on a DSLR, but I am thinking that I could use one on the back of a view camera for landscape!