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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Perhaps this thread should now read... "Taking the fun out of MF images."
    Ironically, what we need is a little perspective...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Ironically, what we need is a little perspective...
    Here you go, perspective:

    MF, Portra 160, H1, 80mm 2.8 on the left, 1Ds3, 50L 1.8 on the right. I'm posting this to address the comments, not looking to ruin the thread.

    All set using a light meter. (Sekonic L-358)


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    Some clarity, contrast, a dash of sharpening and a WB tweak to the 1Ds file and they'd be pretty much identical no? As it stands the 1Ds file looks like it has a lot more DR but that could be your scan.

    I've forgotten what we're trying to prove.......

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    The last one I posted had a reference image from my 1Ds3 but it was pointed out it would of been better to use the 50L instead of the 85L for perspective purposes.

    The 1Ds3 better represents the colours but is crazy soft in comparison. The film image needs pulling back a bit I think.

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    Re: Fun with MF images



    After one of the biggest snow storms in Denver & metro areas in January.
    Daniels Park
    Castle Pines, CO

    P1 DF & IQ 180 and 75-150mm

    Thank for viewing!
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    What are junk 35mm files doing in the MF forum?

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    Wow!! Congrats Sir! images are superb!

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    Landscapelover, I realy is intrigued by your photo of Daniels Park!

    For me, it has a "touch" of Shinzo Maeda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    Landscapelover, I realy is intrigued by your photo of Daniels Park!

    For me, it has a "touch" of Shinzo Maeda.

    Ray
    Quote Originally Posted by a2zhollywoodmovies View Post
    Wow!! Congrats Sir! images are superb!
    Thank you so much for your kind words, Ray and a2hollywoodmovies.
    Shinzo Maeda is one of my most favorite landscape photographers. I am honored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


    After one of the biggest snow storms in Denver & metro areas in January.
    Daniels Park
    Castle Pines, CO

    P1 DF & IQ 180 and 75-150mm

    Thank for viewing!
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    Nice light! Web format doesn't do this image justice.

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    Thanks Ed!
    If you said nice light, the light must be very nice. I truly admire your work and is your follower.
    I got this picture from flickr. They have poor support of panorama.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Thanks Ed!
    If you said nice light, the light must be very nice. I truly admire your work and is your follower.
    I got this picture from flickr. They have poor support of panorama.
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    Thanks but your image just feels cold even sitting in my office wishing I was there.

    Ed

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Thanks Ed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


    After one of the biggest snow storms in Denver & metro areas in January.
    Daniels Park
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    P1 DF & IQ 180 and 75-150mm

    Thank for viewing!
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    Really nice Pramote. Should make a wonderful large print.

    Tom

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    Deary me.. leave you people for a two weeks and you start local wars..

    RZIID+Aptus54s+110/2.8


    Lorelei by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Really nice Pramote. Should make a wonderful large print.

    Tom
    Thanks very much Tom for your kind words!

    Regards,

    Pramote

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    P1 DF & IQ 180 and 75-150mm
    Stitching in PS CS5.

    Ed, how is this one?
    Thanks.
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    Last edited by Landscapelover; 10th February 2012 at 01:17.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    Deary me.. leave you people for a two weeks and you start local wars..

    RZIID+Aptus54s+110/2.8


    Lorelei by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
    Fantastic SergeiR!

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    Thanks..

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    Hi Pramote

    Lovely image - and I agree the web just cannot do it justice.

    I prefer the non-pano version - it needs the extra depth and height....

    Thanks for sharing, S.

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    Taken today with H3D-31, CF-adapter and Zeiss 120 Macro.
    Glad I finally got the tethered set-ip going...

    Attachment 54587

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Hi Pramote

    Lovely image - and I agree the web just cannot do it justice.

    I prefer the non-pano version - it needs the extra depth and height....

    Thanks for sharing, S.
    Ditto on the pano but if you need horizontal format it works really well. Surreal scene for sure, especially with the gold ground cover and dead trees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Taken today with H3D-31, CF-adapter and Zeiss 120 Macro.
    Glad I finally got the tethered set-ip going...

    Attachment 54587
    Awesome light and color. It is tough to beat a nicely done still life like this. Thanks for posting it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Ditto on the pano but if you need horizontal format it works really well. Surreal scene for sure, especially with the gold ground cover and dead trees.
    Thanks very much Ed! You make my day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Taken today with H3D-31, CF-adapter and Zeiss 120 Macro.
    Glad I finally got the tethered set-ip going...

    Attachment 54587
    Wow! Stunning light and setup.
    Thanks very much for your complement.

    Pramote

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    A really straight boring shot, but I just loved the subdued palette:

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    Ed and Pramote,

    Thanks for the nice comments - much appreciated!
    Look forward to seeing more of your work.

    Paul - lovely colours!

    Best, Sinuhe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Tulips, Hasselblad H4D-50, 120mm macro, first shot in a new project.



    This shot works well printed on Epson Water Resistant Mate Canvas
    Question, I've shot a billion tulips and never quite got it right - unlike you... Kudos!
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    Couple from our recent cold snap, both on IQ180/645DF/old Mamiya 150mm f3.5 on Gitzo 3 series carbon with a cube, MUP, etc etc. Very different looks... and boy does that old Mamiya have nasty CA wide open on this rig, as evidenced before removal on the second shot!




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    A little something from my road trip back from Death Valley last night. I'm going to be sending a strongly worded letter to California DOT about their road maintenance!

    P25+ DF 55LS

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    A little something from my road trip back from Death Valley last night. I'm going to be sending a strongly worded letter to California DOT about their road maintenance!

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    Lovely Graham!

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    Aye, great image, Graham

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    Nice image. Graham, the late great state of California is broke. As you may have noticed....

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    A little something from my road trip back from Death Valley last night. I'm going to be sending a strongly worded letter to California DOT about their road maintenance!

    Very nice Graham. Had you been on a better road, you might have been traveling too fast to see this!
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    Whoa, Graham... fantastic image.

    Here's one I posted earlier, reprocessed for longer tonal range and hopefully more dimensionality. Slightly different crop.

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    Lovely photo Graham!

    Time, really like your 1t image - looks cold in England as well... brrr!

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    Thanks for the comments about the Owens Valley shot. It was my first stab at B&W using the C1 B&W features & masking and using my laptop in the hotel last night. Although I like it, I think I need to have another stab at it using PS and the IQ160/Alpa files. It was quite the scene there that evening and an enjoyable off road jaunt along an interesting old road!

    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    Nice image. Graham, the late great state of California is broke. As you may have noticed....
    I'll give them some slack on this one. I think it was probably last maintained in about 1930 and no doubt Ansel used it as the main thoroughfare before Hwy 190 existed. Pretty cool actually and my Land Rover loved it.

    Btw, the colour version:

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Thanks for the comments about the Owens Valley shot. It was my first stab at B&W using the C1 B&W features & masking and using my laptop in the hotel last night. Although I like it, I think I need to have another stab at it using PS and the IQ160/Alpa files. It was quite the scene there that evening and an enjoyable off road jaunt along an interesting old road!



    I'll give them some slack on this one. I think it was probably last maintained in about 1930 and no doubt Ansel used it as the main thoroughfare before Hwy 190 existed. Pretty cool actually and my Land Rover loved it.

    Btw, the colour version:

    Great image. I prefer the b&w as it is more dramatic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    A little something from my road trip back from Death Valley last night. I'm going to be sending a strongly worded letter to California DOT about their road maintenance!

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    fantastic ... love the tonality and mood.

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    So I'm trying hard to get a handle on Lightroom 4, since I have to teach classes on it the week after it's released (which is a real pain, because it is horribly sluggish). Working on a shot from my last trip to Maui, and after about 30 minutes I'm worried this shot (which is not my typical seascape shot) is nice but nothing special .. can't decide if the emotional part of shooting it is distracting me a little (amazing surf and I haven't seen many rainbows this bright). Any thoughts appreciated.

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    @Wayne, great image even without the rainbow.
    Ylem ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post

    Btw, the colour version:

    I like the BW version, but find the color one way more interesting. Great Work !

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    Here is a start of my stuff from Death Valley. Cambo AE model, IQ 160 and my new boy toy a SK 120

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Here is a start of my stuff from Death Valley. Cambo AE model, IQ 160 and my new boy toy a SK 120
    HI, Guy...

    I am glad you appreciate longer lenses... are you thinking about getting anything longer? What is the longest the camera will take?

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    It can take a 150mm but I do love long lenses for landscapes.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    This maybe my next lens after i rob the bank Cambo AE , IQ 160 and Rodie 28mm. Man do I like the look of this lens.






    This one is a 3 Shot Vertical stitch with the SK 60mm certainly my current love. Badwater Death Valley

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    Graham,

    + 6 or whatever to that image -- and I prefer the B&W too! You need to print that one up for the wall, GREAT stormy sky!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Guy, great Death Valley work. Did you use front or rear tilt?

    Graham, I marginally prefer the B&W version, but either would look great hanging on my wall.

    Wayne, love the shot with the rainbow.

    Tim, thanks, and more great work

    A real pleasure to see such creative talent on this group.
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    We really had some great shooters on the workshop , look forward to seeing there final postings. Thanks for the compliment still have a lot to get through.
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