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    Very nice... I played with some other crops: don't know if you saw the Gursky that went for $4.2m at auction this week but he crops to find the abstract. In any event, I couldn't find another crop nicer than the one you have already!



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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    This was a shot I first tried a few years ago and quite liked the result - so it was always at the back of my mind to try it again on MF.


    Great image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Very nice... I played with some other crops: don't know if you saw the Gursky that went for $4.2m at auction this week but he crops to find the abstract. In any event, I couldn't find another crop nicer than the one you have already!
    Thanks !

    I saw this Gursky and yes, he went to abstraction, very nice !

    On the contrary here, I find that I cropped maybe too much ... hmm, the 50 mm cropped too much. In the end, it seems that I always prefer the 28 mm result, like here.

    Before, I always was in detail, looking for abstraction with longer lenses. Now, I try to see "more".

    Btw, your photo is really excellent, something fascinating with the colours and the composition. Bravo.



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    Re: Another bit of fun with IQ180, DF body, SK 120 T/S, Cube and Gitzo Carbon

    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    This was a shot I first tried a few years ago and quite liked the result - so it was always at the back of my mind to try it again on MF.

    WOW!! Breathtaking imagery. Congrats Tim!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post


    White Mountains
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    Truly amazing!! Thanks for sharing.

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    Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, CO
    Hasselblad H4D-40 with HCD-28
    Thanks for viewing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, CO
    Hasselblad H4D-40 with HCD-28
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    Now that's a Rocky Mountain high! Sharp from foreground to background as far as I can tell. The flowers and sky add just enough color. Nice! Thanks for sharing the image.
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    Thank you so much Joe! Your words mean a lot to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    This was a shot I first tried a few years ago and quite liked the result - so it was always at the back of my mind to try it again on MF.
    Id like to see this in monochrome, or toned. And more sky.

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    Cambo, IQ180, HR32:

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Cambo, IQ180, HR32:
    Ed,

    It's past my bedtime, but I'm up watching the Stanford-Oregon game and just saw your image of the Bass Harbor lighthouse. About a year ago I visited Maine for the first time and saw this lighthouse at sunset, but I was too timid to venture out onto the rocks to get a photo. Now I'm glad I didn't. You got THE image! Very well done. Your roundtrip from Arkansas to the Northeast has been an inspiration for a couch potato wannabe photographer. Thanks.
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    Nice Ed. I love shots with that warm horizon glow like that ...

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    Ditto Ed... The accurate balancing of luminosity of the beacon and sunset is lovely, the glow on the building just right and the composition very strong..

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    A second try with a more visible link ....

    Some MF studio works ....










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    Hand held at 1/15, f2.8, 80mm


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    very cool Graham. Have just been looking through your web site. A lot of enviable stuff there!

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    Very unique pose and wonderful color Graham. Nicely done! Your portraiture is enviable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Ed,

    It's past my bedtime, but I'm up watching the Stanford-Oregon game and just saw your image of the Bass Harbor lighthouse. About a year ago I visited Maine for the first time and saw this lighthouse at sunset, but I was too timid to venture out onto the rocks to get a photo. Now I'm glad I didn't. You got THE image! Very well done. Your roundtrip from Arkansas to the Northeast has been an inspiration for a couch potato wannabe photographer. Thanks.
    Thanks for the nice comments Joe. Arkansas may play those ducks this year.

    Another look from earlier that same evening showing the rocks. I was fortunate to be there at low tide which tamed those rocks a bit.


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    Winter is coming so I processed a huge stitch from my Antarctic trip last year about this time. With over 500G of raw files I'll probably be tapping files from that trip for years.

    DF, P65+, 75-150, ISO 100, six shot stitch:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Truly amazing!! Thanks for sharing.
    Thanks a lot !

    So here is the 28 mm version


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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Thanks for the nice comments Joe. Arkansas may play those ducks this year.

    Another look from earlier that same evening showing the rocks. I was fortunate to be there at low tide which tamed those rocks a bit.

    I like this one !

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    [QUOTE=Graham Mitchell;366414]Hand held at 1/15, f2.8, 80mm

    What a beautiful portrait !

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    Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, CO
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    Pramote[/QUOTE]

    Thanks for you nice comment.

    This one is very good !

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    Ok, so no landscape, no nude women, no technical camera, I must be in the wrong place.

    One of my English Setters, P40+, 645DF, 150MM, 125, F14, Prophoto D1's, and a lot of begging....

    Somebody please tell me how to do this in full image? Thanks!
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    Somebody please tell me how to do this in full image? Thanks!
    You had the link to the thumbnail and not the actual image, otherwise everything was fine... hope this helps!





    Lovely tones (and subject).
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    San Luis State Park, Alamosa, CO
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Cambo, IQ180, HR32:
    Perfect landscape! Composition and color are just breathtaking. Thanks for sharing.

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    Tried something different tonight since I can't compete with the landscape images recently posted (really good stuff): after sunset, maple tree with a few yellow leaves remaining, very windy (even the trunk was swaying), 2 min exposure, illumination from a flood light on the garage.

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    _IGP6247 by tsjanik47, on Flickr

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    Thanks Shelby!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Lewis View Post
    You had the link to the thumbnail and not the actual image, otherwise everything was fine... hope this helps!





    Lovely tones (and subject).
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    Lovely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    very cool Graham. Have just been looking through your web site. A lot of enviable stuff there!
    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Very unique pose and wonderful color Graham. Nicely done! Your portraiture is enviable.
    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
    What a beautiful portrait !
    Thanks!

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    Two Pictures with the H4D 40/120Macro II and the new Elinchrom Indirect 150 Light-bank. I love the camera more and more. Pictures out of Camera, BW conversion in Phocus. The Story is, the mother have cancer and starts today with chemo thearapy and her wish was to make a shooting with her daughter before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
    Thanks a lot !

    So here is the 28 mm version

    I thought I recognized this place! Your first shot looked very familiar and then this one nailed it. We ended up here on our NH workshop, although not at moonlight it must be said. Stick a white van where your car is parked and it could've been the CI NH Workshop.

    Nice location although I'd be tempted to lose that ugly overflow drain. We spent a while composing around that one.
    Ylem ...

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    San Luis State Park, Alamosa, CO
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    Nice.

    May sound strange, but a tilt of 1 to 1.5 anti-clockwise would help the horizon look like its not falling off to the right. The lessening height of the mountains LR is to blame for this optical effect.

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    Nice.

    May sound strange, but a tilt of 1 to 1.5 anti-clockwise would help the horizon look like its not falling off to the right. The lessening height of the mountains LR is to blame for this optical effect.
    ...a classic case where rear swing/tilt can let you fine-tune a picture by changing (re-creating) the perspective.

    (...and I hope nobody tries to tell me that perspective is viewpoint!)

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    It is actually, but not only. Right, it can be modified as well by changing, with a tilt or a swing, the projecting plane (image plane) the same way one is distorting an image projected on a wall from a slide projector when inclining the projector iself.

    There are "many" ways to modify the perspective or the convergenceof V and H lines of a resulting image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dick View Post
    ...a classic case where rear swing/tilt can let you fine-tune a picture by changing (re-creating) the perspective.

    (...and I hope nobody tries to tell me that perspective is viewpoint!)

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    Thank you Mediumcool, Dick and Thierry for your kind comments.

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    […] a classic case where rear swing/tilt can let you fine-tune a picture by changing (re-creating) the perspective.
    Agreed, Dick, but I don’t think it applies in this case—my first inkling of this problem was when talking to a print designer many years ago (he typeset text headings and subs for backlit displays of fried chicken shot by me!):

    He alerted me to the effect shown below, which reflects [no pun intended] the same optical illusion made by the mountains on the LHS of Landscapelovers picture. The bottom line has been rotated. It’s subtle but noticeable.



    And here is the rotated Landscapelover image (-0.3). I was wrong about the amount of rotation.



    I think it could do with a bit more, but have to get dinner!
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    This is not a good photo - it was taken through an airplane perspex window - but the title of this thread is "fun"!

    So here is an unfamiliar angle of a familiar scene....
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    Very cool, Bill. Same view I saw of it the first time. Very nostalgic.

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    [QUOTE=Bill Caulfeild-Browne;366897]This is not a good photo - it was taken through an airplane perspex window - but the title of this thread is "fun"!

    So here is an unfamiliar angle of a familiar scene....
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    Very interesting Bill. Your lens appears a bit soft in the corners however

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    Tsjanik,

    True, and if you look carefully you'll see a tiny vignette in the lower left too....almost looks a bit like the corner of an airplane window.....

    Bill

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    Bill,

    Nice to see Half Rubble from that angle. That was home for me for five glorious years...

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    cold foggy Nov morning with the 120Macro on S2:

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    t_streng;

    I like this picture a lot!

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    I like this picture a lot!
    +1!

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    +1

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    Tanx guys. I can see this branch from my window at breakfast, and I liked it for some days. this morning with the cold/frozen lines I had to go out and take some images. Came too late to work though

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    Cool dog headshot, Shelby

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    AFDII + ZD + 55mm/2.8 AF (old)

    cropped a bit from top

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