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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    couple latest from New Zealand.
    Arthurs Pass


    Milford Sound


    cheers Will.
    Both are awesome!!

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    Both are awesome!!
    Double awesome, congratulations!
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    Gorgeous work Will. I had a bright and cloudless day when I went to Milford, very disappointing.
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    Will, outstanding!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Hi,

    Back from Norway (it was a beautiful weather as you can see )

    I really try to improve my photos edit by following example of what is done here. I must admitt I'm not at the level of the best posters here.

    I wonder how to improve my skills !!! (even if prints are far better than jpg web versions ..)





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    Nice image, Jerome

    But I would try following:

    - desaturate a bit the colours
    - take out the lower right corner rocks from the image
    - crop it a little more vertically, less water, in order to get about 1/3 - 2/3 ratio between lake and sky

    But that is only one opinion.

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    Thanks Thierry !

    Over saturation comes from PSP conversion from prophoto to "web" srvb (save for web ... option). Original photo is not that saturated, that's why I said my prints are far better. I don't know how to deal with this, the conversion kills almost all my photos in jpg

    For the crop, you're right, keeping the stone was not a good idea (btw, I can't find how to change the image on the forum ...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    couple latest from New Zealand.
    Superb!

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    Anyway, this is a new edit thanks to your comment !

    It's not the best photo ever, but it is a nice mirror

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Another natural mirror in Norway


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    Jerome, EXCELLENT!
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    Wonder what it would be like to darken the reflection slightly? I have never seen reflected water this bright and unruffled!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    Wonder what it would be like to darken the reflection slightly? I have never seen reflected water this bright and unruffled!
    Yes you're right ! it's not natural : I used a ND filter and pushed a bit with CS5 the reflection. It is amazing how much we can push a dark tone from a 50 ISO H4D50 file without any noise. I like the effect even if a bit surreal

    BTW, the contrary is not so good (difficult to get all information from highlight tones), so now I underexpose always.

    "unruffled" : I think you believe a trick from CS5. But no, that's how it is in Norway, when no wind blows in mountain lakes or at the ends of fjords. Just look at the edges of the mountains reflections or at the bank reflection, that's no so good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Jerome, EXCELLENT!
    Thianks a lot Jack

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    Yes you're right ! it's not natural : I used a ND filter and pushed a bit with CS5 the reflection.
    Tsk tsk!

    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
    It is amazing how much we can push a dark tone from a 50 ISO H4D50 file without any noise. I like the effect even if a bit surreal
    It’s the bit-depth; my Leaf back also has exceptional shadow detail with Capture One at 25 or 50. 8-, 12- or even 14-bit falls visibly short of 16-bit imaging.

    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
    BTW, the contrary is not so good (difficult to get all information from highlight tones), so now I underexpose always.
    Yup, I think of it as digital Kodachrome! Expose for highlights.

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    "unruffled" : I think you believe a trick from CS5.
    Nope! BTW, where’s the unruffle filter?

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    But no, that's how it is in Norway, when no wind blows in mountain lakes or at the ends of fjords. Just look at the edges of the mountains reflections or at the bank reflection, that's no so good
    Not many mountains and no fjords in South Australia! But we do have some nice spots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    BTW, where’s the unruffle filter?

    It's called "long exposure" and I hope one day the H4D50 will have very long, like the H4D40 ....

    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    BTW, where’s the unruffle filter?

    Not many mountains and no fjords in South Australia! But we do have some nice spots.
    I'd love to visit for sure !

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    A bad mirror this time



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    a bit schmaltzy.. but it is my son and his best friend out for an evening rowboat excursion in North Chatham Mass (on the Cape).
    P65 and Mam AFD 80mm

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    BTW.. how do you all post large pictures directly into your posts? I'm using the 'attachment' tool but only get a thumbnail (as in this post)

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    project frameup

    from a series of photos I did for a photo group I run out here in the Berkshires
    (www.showupshowoff.net)

    full series of the images are here
    http://korenman.com/lr/2011-07%20project:frameup/

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by faneuil View Post
    BTW.. how do you all post large pictures directly into your posts? I'm using the 'attachment' tool but only get a thumbnail (as in this post)
    I upload to the gallery and then copy the URL link to it from there into a photo URL within the message. (Icon with a mountain on it in the editor).
    Ylem ...

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    another from the series I liked.

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    posting via url.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post


    Anyway, this is a new edit thanks to your comment !

    It's not the best photo ever, but it is a nice mirror
    Jerome, what a stunning scene! And I quite like your processing, it looks good.

    Faneuil: They appear large when I link them, use the [img] your http://file link [/img]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Analog6 View Post
    Jerome, what a stunning scene! And I quite like your processing, it looks good.

    Faneuil: They appear large when I link them, use the [img] your http://file link [/img]
    Thanks a lot, it's very kind of you !

    I did a new edit and this version is actually better. You all guys are helping me to be better

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    H3DII39 + 28mm + HTS + 0.9 Grad ND + 81C


    Still working from the road and posting new work to FaceBook for now. I hope you are all safe from the storm, those who are in its path.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jecxz View Post
    H3DII39 + 28mm + HTS + 0.9 Grad ND + 81C

    Derek Jecxz
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    Very beautiful Derek ! Colours and lightening are so good ! I have to look more at your facebook, but for this I need an account. I think I'm the last one without a faceboook account

    Here another from Norway



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    A new one from Norway



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    No need to say I love the HC 28 ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
    Nice photo and composition. We're certainly not suffering with our yesteryear cameras! FYI, you don't need to be an FB member to see my FB account, it's open to all. When I return I can get the keepers on to my website, but until then FB has proven to be useful, at least the wife knows I'm working and not sleeping. Keep up the great work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jecxz View Post
    Nice photo and composition. We're certainly not suffering with our yesteryear cameras! FYI, you don't need to be an FB member to see my FB account, it's open to all. When I return I can get the keepers on to my website, but until then FB has proven to be useful, at least the wife knows I'm working and not sleeping. Keep up the great work!

    Kind regards,
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    Thanks
    My H4D50 is not that old Never could get the H4D60 I wanted in the first place ... I'll wait for the next generation if necessary, but I must admit that the 50 is very good camera !

    I've bought the HC 50 mm2, it's a hell of a lens ! Damn good !

    Ok, you're right, I can look at your facebook site

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    Jerome, I love that shot of the river - congratulations!
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    Well I went down to Tubac AZ. and with a limited amount of time and also bad weather i was only able to get a couple shots with the Cambo and the 35XL and my IQ 160. I actually wound up in a museum there and shot this school house image with a 3 shot vertical stitch. Shot at F11 at 1 second exposures ISO 50. I focused squarely on the table with using focus mask as my main tool for focusing. Nothing great but I got to play and that is fine with me.Forgot to add a full 15 degrees in rise and fall






    This one is just a straight 35mm Vertical shot with overcast skies ISO 50 at F11.




    These are without center filters which comes today and this lens I feel could benefit from a CF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
    Another natural mirror in Norway

    Quote Originally Posted by jecxz View Post
    H3DII39 + 28mm + HTS + 0.9 Grad ND + 81C


    Still working from the road and posting new work to FaceBook for now. I hope you are all safe from the storm, those who are in its path.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
    Very beautiful Derek ! Colours and lightening are so good ! I have to look more at your facebook, but for this I need an account. I think I'm the last one without a faceboook account

    Here another from Norway



    H4D50
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    Nice to see Hasselblad showing something here, i thought this thread will be just for Tech cam and Phase One shots.
    Tareq

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    Not with over 7000 posts. Never happen
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    Nice to see Hasselblad showing something here, i thought this thread will be just for Tech cam and Phase One shots.
    Thanks, but it's just up to us to post more ...
    I don't feel any bad vibes against our good Hassy cameras here

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Finally getting to use my IQ180 for its avowed purpose! I find the files are subtly but definitely different from the P65+. There is more of a delicacy to the rendering which I don't think comes from more pixels - though maybe it does.

    Here's a couple from today, handheld as I was on a boat but supersharp nonetheless. (Not that you can tell from a 1200 PX JPG!) On my screen I can count every leaf.





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    Bill, I always enjoy seeing your photos from the Bruce Penisula area. Having lived in Port Elgin and roamed around the area quite a lot, it's great to see you capturing the beauty of the area I so fondly remember.

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    Thank you, Mark - where do you call home now?
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    A couple of images from Big Sur on Saturday. Alpa STC with 80mm APO Digitar, stitched from 3 exposures and using tilt. Then cropped:

    Attachment 48277

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    Haven't quite figured out this inserting of images into posts yet. For these you have to click on them to see larger. Maybe someone can tell me the trick to inserting at full size? And I did read the New Users Guide...
    Thanks and hope you enjoy,
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    Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House in the mist - taken on a Pentax 645D with 6x7 105mm f2.4 lens - 1/500 @ f8.

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    Three file stitch taken on Pentax 645D with 6x7 55mm f4 lens, 1/500 @ f8.

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    I have uploaded this one before, but now that I have worked out how to embed files properly, I felt like doing so again!

    Pentax 645D with 6x7 75mm f2.8AL lens - multi-shot stitch.

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    rga:

    what i do is load the images, 1200px max side length jpgs, into my gallery. Then: copy the URL of that image as it shows in the gallery, use new reply, click the insert image icon in the bar of the reply window and paste in the url

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    A few Hong Kong Landscape from an Island called Tong Ping Chau.

    1. Sunrise

    906413-c9e4e6[1] by yatlee, on Flickr

    2. Sunrise - this one is only mins apart. The color changed drastically.

    906623-27f036[1] by yatlee, on Flickr

    3. B&W: I love tilt.

    905026-3fe6a5[1] by yatlee, on Flickr

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    Thanks Thierry,

    That's right, yes. It's taken from North Head, which is beyond Manly itself (past the Q Station) - close to the point at which the Harbour meets the sea, looking inland.

    Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by yatlee View Post
    A few Hong Kong Landscape from an Island called Tong Ping Chau.

    1. Sunrise

    906413-c9e4e6[1] by yatlee, on Flickr

    2. Sunrise - this one is only mins apart. The color changed drastically.

    906623-27f036[1] by yatlee, on Flickr

    3. B&W: I love tilt.

    905026-3fe6a5[1] by yatlee, on Flickr

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    thanks everyone! loving those Norway images look amazing... heres a few from my camping trip on the weekend to a salt lake 700kms in the outback from where I live.










    cheers Will.
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    Just to prove I can get up for dawn! IQ180 & 80 mm LS.


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    Loving 2nd and 3rd Shots Will.

    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    thanks everyone! loving those Norway images look amazing... heres a few from my camping trip on the weekend to a salt lake 700kms in the outback from where I live.










    cheers Will.

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