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    Re: Fun with MF images, part 2: What are you shooting with that MF back?

    Justin just put the baby on daylight and forget AWB , not that it is wrong just that daylight is always right most of the time
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    Quote Originally Posted by lance_schad View Post
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    You'll need to send us a new file for us to print for our wall in Miami with the change in seasons (and camera system).
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    No worries Lance - I'll see about getting an image out to you.

    Quote Originally Posted by jmvdigital View Post
    This camera is great. Obviously clunkier than my Canon days, but the images... wow! So crisp. The WB and metering seem to be a lot more random than the Canon, so I'll have to be on my toes a bit while I learn things.
    Justin - good shot! I agree w/Guy, just set it on daylight and have a ball. BTW - welcome to this place we call medium format h.......

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    Congrats Justin, and nice first capture!!!
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    EDIT: I'm moving my question out of this thread and into it's own. Don't want to clog this up.

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    Two shots from a trip up the Poudre Canyon yesterday. Both are with my new Mamiya 150mm IF D. Very sweet lens so far. The rock face image sorta loses its power at this smaller size.

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    Re: Fun with MF images, part 2: What are you shooting with that MF back?

    I had finished shooting the sunset the other evening and was heading back to my car with my camera in the bag and tripod over my shoulder. I thought the composition of this shot might be interesting (I had been much farther to the camera left with the sunset reflected in the center of the image) and decided not to be lazy and so I set up my gear again. Turned out to be the best shot of the bunch. It's a two shot vertical pano merged in CS3... shot with the Hy6 and Rollei 50mm 2.8 Super Angulon PQS at around f/9.

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    Wow, stunning clouds! Nice catch.

    I downloaded it and was playing with the crop a bit, since I think that the buildings on the right and left detract a little from the clouds. A square crop around the clouds, leaving out the left and right looked really nice, I thought.
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    Re: Fun with MF images, part 2: What are you shooting with that MF back?

    David,
    Lovely shot, and I see you also captures one of the Florida mountains :-)
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    Carsten,
    Thanks for the suggestion on the crop, I was conflicted on a number of things with this image including how dark the shadows are... I'll give a tighter crop a look see.

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    Thanks bud, but that's not a mountain, it's just a hill. The mountains are at least 20-30' higher

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    Re: Fun with MF images, part 2: What are you shooting with that MF back?

    Here's one from today.

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    I like the perspective and colors on this shot Kurt. That tractor really jumps off the screen...

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    Thanks much, David. This is the time of year for colors in the upper Midwest. You get a few quick weeks to drink in as much of the detail as you can. In a couple of months I'll be ready for several of those wonderful Florida sunsets you tease us with ...

    One more from a walk in the woods amongst the birch trees.

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    Gorgeous Kurt!
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    Gorgeous Kurt!
    Agreed... just beautiful.

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    Rainy day church shot in Palm Beach. Three shot stitch with the 55mm PCS which I am working with in the hopes of gaining some insight into this remarkable lens.

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    Re: Fun with MF images, part 2: What are you shooting with that MF back?

    Aptus 75, Mamiya 645 AFDII, Mamiya 80/1.9

    shot wide open
    conversion was done with Nik Silver Efex, with a custom split tone


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    From today. Not the most exciting of assignments but pays the bills... All taken with 40mm f3.5 PQ lens.






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    Re: Fun with MF images, part 2: What are you shooting with that MF back?

    Excellent shots, Graham. I'm glad you decided on an angle in the first image that kept the embracing salt and pepper shakers in the shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Excellent shots, Graham. I'm glad you decided on an angle in the first image that kept the embracing salt and pepper shakers in the shot.

    Kurt
    Thanks. Now that you've seen the pics I can tell you that the piano shot was taken in daytime, and by the time we shot the kitchen, it was night

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    Quote Originally Posted by foto-z View Post
    Thanks. Now that you've seen the pics I can tell you that the piano shot was taken in daytime, and by the time we shot the kitchen, it was night
    Looks like you've turned day into night and vice versa. I like the lighting in the kitchen shot.

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    hi Graham,

    you should have shot it the other way round!


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    Quote Originally Posted by foto-z View Post
    Thanks. Now that you've seen the pics I can tell you that the piano shot was taken in daytime, and by the time we shot the kitchen, it was night

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    Quote Originally Posted by thsinar View Post
    you should have shot it the other way round!
    Sounds ideal, but the natural light would not be strong enough for a fast exposure, and the sunlight never shines through the kitchen window like that anyway

    Btw, I was following around a film crew who were shooting 3 TV ads with these scenes. I didn't get to choose locations or models or styling. Just had to set up lighting when the film crew was finished, and do the best I could with the scene.

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    Graham:

    It looks like you shots have the cyan/red shift to them. Does your RAW program allow you to shoot a white piece or plexi to make a correction file?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robsteve View Post
    Graham:

    It looks like you shots have the cyan/red shift to them. Does your RAW program allow you to shoot a white piece or plexi to make a correction file?

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    I think I could do that but I have never had a problem with colour shifts (I'm not using a shift lens, for example)

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    Loveland Feed & Grain

    One image of many I'm working on from a visit to the Loveland Feed & Grain building. This is composite of two verticals shot with the P30+ and Mamiya 80mm 2.8D wide open.

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    Just browsed through the whole thread. Great Images! Thanks for posting them. Makes me even more lusting for a digital MF-camera..
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    Quote Originally Posted by foto-z View Post
    I think I could do that but I have never had a problem with colour shifts (I'm not using a shift lens, for example)

    You have some in the three images you just posted. It could be the wide angle or you had some odd lighting or even your software picking the wrong correction file for that lens, if it has such a feature. It is easy enough to test for, just shoot a white wall or your light table with that same lens.

    It looks like what we had with the M8, a radial color shift. It is right in the middle of the bottom two images and on the kitchen image, it is not centered, but my guess is you cropped some off the top and right side of the image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmvdigital View Post
    One image of many I'm working on from a visit to the Loveland Feed & Grain building. This is composite of two verticals shot with the P30+ and Mamiya 80mm 2.8D wide open.
    Hey Justin

    Looks like we are neighbors. I live in South Fort Collins, just on the Loveland border. We should get together for coffee and perhaps do a shoot or two together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robsteve View Post
    You have some in the three images you just posted. It could be the wide angle or you had some odd lighting or even your software picking the wrong correction file for that lens, if it has such a feature. It is easy enough to test for, just shoot a white wall or your light table with that same lens.

    It looks like what we had with the M8, a radial color shift. It is right in the middle of the bottom two images and on the kitchen image, it is not centered, but my guess is you cropped some off the top and right side of the image.

    Robert
    I don't see it. There is something in the bedroom image, but I put that down to reflected light from different surfaces in the room. The kitchen shot has not been cropped on the sides at all, just a little at top and bottom. I will post a test shot later when I get a chance.

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    Very nice. If it is where I am thinking I did a shoot there a couple years ago.

    Quote Originally Posted by jmvdigital View Post
    One image of many I'm working on from a visit to the Loveland Feed & Grain building. This is composite of two verticals shot with the P30+ and Mamiya 80mm 2.8D wide open.

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    shot a self-portrait the other night...
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    What wardrobe. The ducks. LOL
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    Haha! Woody, I wrote to you about us being in the same area when I was interested in possibly buying your H3D! No worries. We should definitely get together. I am trying to orchestrate a Meetup group right now actually as well. My intent was get pro (or at least serious) photographers involved to meet, shoot, discuss, critique... whatever. But so far it seems there is a lot of newbies tagging along with Rebels. Shooters like you would be perfect. I will be out this coming Friday in Old Town doing some night shooting as part of the group if you'd like to come out. Check out the group: http://photo.meetup.com/819/

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    Hey Justin

    Looks like we are neighbors. I live in South Fort Collins, just on the Loveland border. We should get together for coffee and perhaps do a shoot or two together.

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    Car in my street. Pano made of 18 shots. Do you prefer colour or mono version?




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    Nice effect. I recall someone on FM doing similar stuff with his Mustang. Is that a little ghosting on the rear-most pillar of the car? How did you find out the entrance pupil of your setup? What do you use, a Nodal Ninja 5 or something else?
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    Yes, I was inspired by Dan Brown's sample. I didn't use any special head, just an Arca Swiss monoball. No that's not ghosting, just bokeh

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    In the case of this picture, I guess "car in my street" is preferable to "my car in street"

    I prefer colour, btw. What is the final size of the image?

    Do you have a wide lens? Try going closer sometime, to exaggerate the effect. Stitching might be problematic with just a ballhead though
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    Quote Originally Posted by carstenw View Post
    In the case of this picture, I guess "car in my street" is preferable to "my car in street"

    I prefer colour, btw. What is the final size of the image?

    Do you have a wide lens? Try going closer sometime, to exaggerate the effect. Stitching might be problematic with just a ballhead though
    You are right, I could go closer but I should get a pano head first. The final image is 11,000 x 7,000 pixels. Here's a crop:


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    Ouch, I think I just cut my eye. That must look great printed huge.
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    Graham, fantastic image. I'll comment on it here instead of LL with all that bickering.

    Personally, I much prefer the color version. The mono image is nice, but it just becomes a boring car shot then. With the color, you see the quirky paint colors, the moss in the stones, etc. Just brings it to another level of character.

    I'm dying to get a pano head myself. Someone in LL posted an image of a homemade one, but I don't honestly think I would trust it to support a MFDB system.

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    The NN5 looks quite good, and is not too expensive for that level of equipment. I will probably start saving my beans for that one.
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    Re: Fun with MF images, part 2: What are you shooting with that MF back?

    Interesting photo Graham. I actually think I like the black and white, but I tend to trend that way. Can you explain a bit more about this technique? Other than resolution, why is this any different than just taking a single picture of the car? Would you mind posting what one of the single shots of the 18 shot panorama?
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    Re: Fun with MF images, part 2: What are you shooting with that MF back?

    You can get 1) much higher resolution, obviously, and 2) much less DoF with this technique. I have an example made with a Leica M8 and the 50 Lux ASPH. here:

    http://throughthelensdarkly.com/blog/2007_3.html#16jun

    I took a photo with the WATE at 21mm, about the same angle of view, and the depth of field wide open at f/4 extended almost to the buildings in the back.
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    That's right, Carsten. Good example you posted.

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    Re: Fun with MF images, part 2: What are you shooting with that MF back?

    ah, ok. I was trying to figure out what was going on there, and that makes sense. Cool photos, both of you. Carsten, how did you get her to stay still for 36 photos?
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    Re: Fun with MF images, part 2: What are you shooting with that MF back?

    Taking a short mental health break from processing some recent images and decided to visit my friends here and see what's going on and I'm glad I did.

    Graham - I really like the car shot. Can't make up my mind if I like the color better than the B&W or something in-between (keep the greens and blue turn the rest to B&W?)

    Carsten - Visited "Through the Lens Darkly" the visit left me with a lot of emotions all good. Great photography!

    Justin - This isn't a plug however I have a RRS pano kit that I "might" sell. This is all very much in the thinking stages. The sale will only happen if after I get my Cambo RS I find I no longer have a need for it. Next to the Mamiya 28mm the pano kit is my all time favorite tool in my kit so it'll take a lot for me to part with it however if I'm thinking of it I just might do it (I've never never thought about selling it before).

    It was great visiting but I have to get back to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmvdigital View Post
    Haha! Woody, I wrote to you about us being in the same area when I was interested in possibly buying your H3D! No worries. We should definitely get together. I am trying to orchestrate a Meetup group right now actually as well. My intent was get pro (or at least serious) photographers involved to meet, shoot, discuss, critique... whatever. But so far it seems there is a lot of newbies tagging along with Rebels. Shooters like you would be perfect. I will be out this coming Friday in Old Town doing some night shooting as part of the group if you'd like to come out. Check out the group: http://photo.meetup.com/819/

    -J
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    Now I remember. Man I spend too much time on these forums (fora?)

    Anyway I'd love to join you in old town tonight but I had surgery on my right thumb last Thursday and I now have a cast on which won't come off until November 6th. So the only shots I take until then are glasses of whiskey LOL

    Let's stay in touch and i'll join you for a shoot at a later time

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    Re: Fun with MF images, part 2: What are you shooting with that MF back?

    Stuart, I got her to stand still for the two she was in, then asked her to stand behind me She is (or rather, was... now she is getting too camera-aware) a great subject, and we had a lot of fun setting up stuff for photos.

    Don, thanks a bunch, that means something coming from someone with as nice a site as you. It was a personal project to take a photo a day (on average, sometimes 0, sometimes 3 a day...) and keep it real for as long as I could. Last December, my job took a turn for the worse, so my enthusiasm started petering out. Then my girlfriend got pregnant (my daughter is now 3 weeks old!), and that was that for the project. I recently noticed that I never added a year to the dates, so maybe I'll start out again soon and it'll look like nothing ever happened

    Nah, I'll add a big comment about what happened, but I do want to get going with it again. It is just harder now that I try to get straight home after work to help with the little one.

    Anyway, this all has nothing to do with MF (it was all M8), so I'll cut this short.

    These past days, I have been building up a Contax 645 system, and with the recent price drops, I think that used backs will come down significantly in price, so maybe by the end of the year, I will be posting images here? I mean, a new Sinar e54 LV now costs 6000 Euro! Amazing. The Kodak back can't keep costing 4000 any more, or I'll just save for a Sinar or something else nice. Maybe a used P25+. I would love to have long exposure ability.
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    Re: Fun with MF images, part 2: What are you shooting with that MF back?

    Carsten - a big CONGRATULATIONS ! ! ! on the birth of your daughter.

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    Re: Fun with MF images, part 2: What are you shooting with that MF back?

    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    Carsten - a big CONGRATULATIONS ! ! ! on the birth of your daughter.
    What Carsten said in spades!

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