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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    It can take a 150mm but I do love long lenses for landscapes.
    I am not severely limited on extension, as I have two P3 to P2 conversion bellows, and I can use a P and a P2 as 2 or three 600mm extensions - great for macro!

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    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.
    On the Cambo the tilt is on the lens actually it has both Tilt and Swing. The 3 shot stitch only had a .5mm of tilt on it for the foreground. The 28mm has no TS on it.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Lets load up a few here.

    SK 60





    SK 120







    SK 60 again

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Wayne

    Beautiful light and the peak moment has certainly been captured.



    At the risk of being presumptuous, I thought something I learnt from my own mistake the other day might be relevant as you consider the composition of your "A Rainbow's Wave" image.



    In my image of "Sunset on Acland" a small queensland Town that is being demolished to make way for an open cut coal mine - I realised that if I had shifted my position I would have had a much better composition. Red circle to the left in foreground, sunset towards middle, with the old shed on the right.

    If you had been able to shift your position, maybe then the rainbow could have been to the left of the rocks and arched over the main point of interest.

    My comments for what the are worth -


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by TH_Alpa View Post
    some fantastic images since last time.

    Special to "Pramote", "Paul", "Tim" & "Graham" (superb B&W and Colour image)

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    Thanks very much Thierry for your kind words.
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    Lake Tahoe, CA during the road trip with my family last summer.
    Hasselblad H4D-40 with 35-105mm at 45mm

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    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

    Magnificent Guy!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    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!

    P25+ DF 55LS

    Breathtaking B&W! Fantastic mood and atmosphere.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    Wayne
    If you had been able to shift your position, maybe then the rainbow could have been to the left of the rocks and arched over the main point of interest.

    My comments for what the are worth -

    Mal
    good thought, unfortunately one foot to my left was a 10 foot drop off straight into that surf you are seeing. I was definitely trying to get the rainbow as close to the rocks as I could.

    I've thought about "cheating" and moving the rainbow for a better composition.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Some nice stuff Guy. glad to see some of this back on this thread. I rarely check into the other thread ...

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    Thanks Wayne loved your ocean shot
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    A winter's evening lighting exercise

    IQ180 with SK 110 LS on 645DF. Plenty of sauce to the PP but only to make very subtle changes. Two lights, one barn door on the background with a cutter and one softbox at 8 o'clock. Tethered using an iPad to trigger and review.

    As you can see, the nights are long here at the moment!


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    Re: A winter's evening lighting exercise

    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    IQ180 with SK 110 LS on 645DF. Plenty of sauce to the PP but only to make very subtle changes. Two lights, one barn door on the background with a cutter and one softbox at 8 o'clock. Tethered using an iPad to trigger and review.

    As you can see, the nights are long here at the moment!


    ...bit like the classic painter's exercise of a white egg on a white sheet of paper!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dick View Post
    ...bit like the classic painter's exercise of a white egg on a white sheet of paper!
    Indeed! The aim was to try to get the graduation of shade reversed on the balloon compared to the background... It really was only an exercise but I couldn't resist making a 24x36" print on Hanny German Etching and the result is strangely calming!

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    IQ180 with SK 110 LS on 645DF. Plenty of sauce to the PP but only to make very subtle changes. Two lights, one barn door on the background with a cutter and one softbox at 8 o'clock. Tethered using an iPad to trigger and review.

    As you can see, the nights are long here at the moment!

    Tim

    I really like your image. Inspiring.

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    good thought, unfortunately one foot to my left was a 10 foot drop off straight into that surf you are seeing. I was definitely trying to get the rainbow as close to the rocks as I could.

    I've thought about "cheating" and moving the rainbow for a better composition.
    Wayne

    I did suspect your options might have been limited - so it is back to photoshop for a massage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


    Lake Tahoe, CA during the road trip with my family last summer.
    Hasselblad H4D-40 with 35-105mm at 45mm

    Thanks for viewing.
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    Sorry!! Typo.
    Thanks ghoonk.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    artist's pallette, just after sundown, death valley, 70mm R IQ160. more over in the tech camera thread
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    Inspired by Johns pre-dawn shots at Zabriske Point. Thought I would do a little work on mine.

    Here is a 4 shot Pano with the 60 SK



    Than a couple single shots with the same lens



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    Re: A winter's evening lighting exercise

    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    IQ180 with SK 110 LS on 645DF. Plenty of sauce to the PP but only to make very subtle changes. Two lights, one barn door on the background with a cutter and one softbox at 8 o'clock. Tethered using an iPad to trigger and review.

    As you can see, the nights are long here at the moment!


    So simple, so beuriful! Fantastic lighting.
    Thanks very much Tim for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Inspired by Johns pre-dawn shots at Zabriske Point. Thought I would do a little work on mine.

    Nice, Guy - do you often do portrait orientation landscapes?

    Did you consider doing a portrait version of this with a 120?

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    Actually I do portrait orientation as well. This one it looks like I did not. I just go what moves me. Landscape work for me is my personal work, no clients, no one to answer too and it is extremely freeing to me. Right now i am going through this i don't want to shoot commercially anymore unless the job really motivates me to do it. The age old question is how to make a living not doing commercial work, if I can figure that out man I would be one happy camper. LOL

    The morning I shot these I only went out with a few folks since the rest wanted to sleep in the next time we went I did not shoot at all and just helped others. Jack and I do this often as we don't always shoot on the workshops and just help other folks get there images.
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    BTW these are all done in C1 and only used Photoshop for the stitch end of the one.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Lake Tahoe, CA during the road trip with my family last summer.
    Hasselblad H4D-40 with 35-105mm at 45mm

    Thanks for viewing.
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    Well done Pramote. I like it!
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    More Death Valley ... Everyone else had run off for dinner from Rhyolite after the sun dropped over the horizon but Amr and I stayed to play with some light painting as I had a couple of 2m candle lights and he had a coloured torch. Lot's of colour varieties but I liked this one as my lamp rapidly died.

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    Ylem ...
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    Now I wish I stayed and played. Awesome Graham and Amr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Well done Pramote. I like it!
    Thanks for your kind words, Joe.
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    since guy mentioned my shot (in the tech camera thread, but not here...and this was a two shot pano, 70R, portrait, IQ160
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    AMAZING!!!!!!

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    Love the LOOK of this one.
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    Really cool Graham - looks like the statue on the top of the sugarloaf in Rio. Great light.


    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    More Death Valley ... Everyone else had run off for dinner from Rhyolite after the sun dropped over the horizon but Amr and I stayed to play with some light painting as I had a couple of 2m candle lights and he had a coloured torch. Lot's of colour varieties but I liked this one as my lamp rapidly died.

    Rhyolite Ghost & Post Sunset
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    this is strange, surreal, lovely, an original take on the scene if ever I saw one!

    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    since guy mentioned my shot (in the tech camera thread, but not here...and this was a two shot pano, 70R, portrait, IQ160

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    As it turns out, I was in Death Valley last week as well, but not part of the workshop. Here's my attempt at capturing the moon setting over Zabriskie Point on Thursday morning. I used a split ND filter to hold detail in the moon. The pano is a seven image stitch from a P65+ so it's quite large, about 36 by 90 inches at 240 PPI. I also included a 100% crop of the moon.



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    Hmm, if you saw a guy climbing along the top ridge on the right ... That was me!
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    I did see a couple of folks on the top of the ridge, but I removed them in PS. You must have had a much better view from there. Also, by the time I left there was quite a crowd of photographers gathered out in front of the main viewing area.




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    That's me on the right on the ridge with the tripod... Help, I'm melting ...
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    I love the image of the Rhyolite Ghost. You need to frame that and hang it. It is lit perfectly. I guess I left a bit too early to get that light in the sky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Inspired by Johns pre-dawn shots at Zabriske Point. Thought I would do a little work on mine.

    Here is a 4 shot Pano with the 60 SK



    Than a couple single shots with the same lens



    Love these Guys. Been trying to get a shot from this spot for a couple of years but I always seem to cruise through at the wrong time or conditions are not good. I especially like the pano, you are getting some great stuff with the SK60.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    since guy mentioned my shot (in the tech camera thread, but not here...and this was a two shot pano, 70R, portrait, IQ160
    Fantastic. I might have been tempted to remove the moon. The light and colors are so amazing the blurry moon seems to detract from the scenes magic.

    Either way a wonderful view!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    good thought, unfortunately one foot to my left was a 10 foot drop off straight into that surf you are seeing. I was definitely trying to get the rainbow as close to the rocks as I could.

    I've thought about "cheating" and moving the rainbow for a better composition.
    FWIW I really like the view as photographed. The rainbow at the horizon is a jaw dropper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Love these Guys. Been trying to get a shot from this spot for a couple of years but I always seem to cruise through at the wrong time or conditions are not good. I especially like the pano, you are getting some great stuff with the SK60.
    The SK 60mm is a real sweetie almost glued to the front end
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    Crap I really need to go rob a bank. Last one Rodie 28mm

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    town bank, Rhyolite, welcomes with open arms...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    town bank, Rhyolite, welcomes with open arms...
    Great shot. I almost shot that image as well, but ran down to get the general store.
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    Nice pano Guy....
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    A couple from today:




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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Fantastic. I might have been tempted to remove the moon. The light and colors are so amazing the blurry moon seems to detract from the scenes magic.

    Either way a wonderful view!
    agreed .. very cool shot. I think I'd try it without the moon as well. Didn't happen to expose a shot just for the moon that you could replace the blurry moon with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    agreed .. very cool shot. I think I'd try it without the moon as well. Didn't happen to expose a shot just for the moon that you could replace the blurry moon with?
    Anyone need a moon from Friday morning at Zabriskie? Here's a crop. No sharpening applied. (I hope it's not considered bad form to offer random bits of photos, but I did take this exposure for just this purpose.)



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