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    Well I did say everyone get a shot with a correct exposed moon in it. At least someone actually listened to me. LOL

    Well done Matt
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    Graham, LOVE the Rhyolite ghost shot ---
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    i tried, sunny 16, way dark for everything else, ended up under exposing background a stop and a half anyway and still cooked the blue cheese

    matt: what did you background look like at that exposure?r

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    i tried, sunny 16, way dark for everything else, ended up under exposing background a stop and a half anyway and still cooked the blue cheese

    matt: what did you background look like at that exposure?r
    Very dark. I just kept underexposing until the moon stopped blinking red on the LCD. C1 claims it was 1/30 sec.



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    Looks like that web image got scrambled Matt. Maybe the JPG quality was accidentally set to minimum or such? Severe banding in the sky tones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Graham!
    Now I see why you guys stayed out shooting while the rest of us just wanted to get back for dinner. Well, I did, anyway...
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    Big Sur, CA
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    my take on Death Valley

    Dear all;

    Here are some that I find interesting:


    Right behind the hotel, P30+ AFD-II 80mm macro


    Devils Golf Course IQ180 Cambo 70mm movements


    Kilns AFd-II 300mm P30+


    Rhyloite


    Rhyloite AFDII P30+ 150mm


    The more classic images can be found at:
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    The tech cam stuff was fun to shoot, but as I'm still learning, I find most of them rather pedestrian .....

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    An experiment. Thanks Graham for the 45mm.

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    Dave,

    I love the Devil's Golf Course pic. The foreground is looking at me!

    Best,

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    Dave,

    *LOVE* the dead palm fronds B&W!!!
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    dm22+sekor 80 2.8 D
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    Goat farmers, Sharjah.

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    Haven't posted in a long time. Leica S2 and 70mm Summarit S

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Pramote,

    Nice shot, but you may want to experiment with selective hue and saturation control (balancing) using the advanced color editor in C1.

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    Thanks Jack. I have had a problem with the screen calibration lately.
    I've posted my pictures at "flickr" for social and archival. When I've posted at GetDPI, I've got the pictures from "flickr" which, lately, are always "dull" and I have to saturate" them more. If you click the link to flickr, you will see what I mean.
    My TIFF files I keep is much less saturated than the ones I've posted at flickr and here.
    What should I do and how does it happen?
    Is there any way I can store the pictures here? I've never tried.
    I also want to contribute to this forum as I've learnt a lot from here. How can I apply for a member?

    Thanks again,

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Thanks Jack. I have had a problem with the screen calibration lately.
    I've posted my pictures at "flickr" for social and archival. When I've posted at GetDPI, I've got the pictures from "flickr" which, lately, are always "dull" and I have to saturate" them more. If you click the link to flickr, you will see what I mean.
    My TIFF files I keep is much less saturated than the ones I've posted at flickr and here.
    What should I do and how does it happen?
    Is there any way I can store the pictures here? I've never tried.
    I also want to contribute to this forum as I've learnt a lot from here. How can I apply for a member?

    Thanks again,

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Graham:

    I like those goat farmers, especially the way they are looking opposite directions. wish they were both in focus though...

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    I like the shot too, but prefer the selective focus version as Graham has posted it...


    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    Graham:

    I like those goat farmers, especially the way they are looking opposite directions. wish they were both in focus though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Thanks Jack. I have had a problem with the screen calibration lately.
    I've posted my pictures at "flickr" for social and archival. When I've posted at GetDPI, I've got the pictures from "flickr" which, lately, are always "dull" and I have to saturate" them more. If you click the link to flickr, you will see what I mean.
    My TIFF files I keep is much less saturated than the ones I've posted at flickr and here.
    What should I do and how does it happen?
    Is there any way I can store the pictures here? I've never tried.
    I also want to contribute to this forum as I've learnt a lot from here. How can I apply for a member?

    Thanks again,

    Pramote
    We offer a free user album section, and offer extended storage to our subscriber members ($30/yr). The how to use our album area is here:

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    Thank you Jack! May I ask how I can send a payment to be a subscriber?
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    Lovely work everyone! Lots of death valley images that are really compelling...

    Here's a quickie from this evening. My better half and I are staying at a little cottage on a small lake for Mardi Gras weekend... pulled up to unload this evening and got this view within a few minutes.

    RZIID/Aptus II 6/110 f2.8 - worked up on my laptop, so I have no idea what density and color actually look like on this one... but I enjoyed the feeling of it.



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    Had a very pleasant morning meeting up with Vincent Goetz in Napa. Only time for a sprint into the field and fire off three frames, including this last one with GND. I had all but given up on the morning but this was one of those literally 3 minute sunrises and then totally bland sky. Thanks Vincent for getting me out and into that field! Very nice meeting you for breakfast and thank you for the excellent print!

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    Mamud's hotdog stand by mikedotephoto, on Flickr

    I was walking down the street and I made eye contact with this gentleman, who was selling hotdogs and drinks to people stuck in the tunnel traffic. After a momentary grappling with my own inhibitions, I decided to engage him in conversation, knowing full well that he probably had an interesting history.

    What I found was that he had been the subject of a documentary entitled 'Mamud's Hot Dogs' made by an NYU student in 2005 or so. He was a very nice man, and I intend to make him a print of this photo, and keep in touch.

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    Three more... same location, different light.
    RZIID - Aptus II 6 - 110/2.8

    Just before sunrise (looking west)


    Looking a bit more eastward


    Wide open detail (@f/2.8)


    Cheers!
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    nice Shelby!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Thank you Jack! May I ask how I can send a payment to be a subscriber?
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    When life deals you lemons, make lemonade ... boy it was windy and horrible today so here's something different.

    Who says you can't shoot wildlife with medium format. Ok, so it's not exactly a running cheetah bringing down her prey but I liked it anyway.

    Btw, the more I shoot with my P25+ the more I love it. It's no IQ160 but boy does it deliver straight from the camera with basically no post processing!

    DF P25+ 75-150 @ 135mm 1/80 @ f/5.6 ISO 100


    Also very pleased with the performance at ISO 400 1/180s @ f8
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    Re: my take on Death Valley

    Quote Originally Posted by djonesii View Post
    Dear all;

    Here are some that I find interesting:

    Devils Golf Course IQ180 Cambo 70mm movements

    The tech cam stuff was fun to shoot, but as I'm still learning, I find most of them rather pedestrian .....

    Dave
    I also find that DV Devil's Golf Course Cyclops disturbing ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Lewis View Post
    Wide open detail (@f/2.8)


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    Suggest cropping out the OOF shoreline to make this more abstract and a stronger comp (and I find the colour of the suggested-cropped-out bits a tad purplish! )

    Bump saturation too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djonesii View Post
    Dear all;

    Here are some that I find interesting:


    Devils Golf Course IQ180 Cambo 70mm movements
    Some weird colour variations going on (across sky and foreground): is there an LCC for this shot?

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    GND?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    GND?
    Graduated Neutral Density

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    Some more early morning shots from vacation... light was not as cooperative this morning, but still enjoyed being out at sunrise in the peace and quiet of it all (with exception of the canon fire of the RZ mirror being flipped up)

    RZIID/Aptus II 6/180 f4.5

    The little cabin we're staying in


    A few details/abstracts




    Cheers!
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    My better half actually let me set up and shoot a few frames of her "relaxing"...

    RZIID/Aptus II 6 with the 110/2.8 wide open... had to shoot several to get the focus just right.



    Cheers!
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    love that second image, the reflection in the water....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


    This is the original TIFF file I've kept which was very dull in Flickr and I had to saturate it before I posted.
    If anyone can help, I will really appreciate it.

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    I wouldn't do anything to this image. It looks fantastic just like it is. IMHO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Lewis View Post
    My better half actually let me set up and shoot a few frames of her "relaxing"...

    RZIID/Aptus II 6 with the 110/2.8 wide open... had to shoot several to get the focus just right.



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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    I wouldn't do anything to this image. It looks fantastic just like it is. IMHO
    Thanks very much Ed! It is very kind of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
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    Thanks Jack. Will do.
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    Some weird colour variations going on (across sky and foreground): is there an LCC for this shot?

    I do have an LCC, and I did try to get it applied, Here at work, the image has some color shift in the corners that I did not notice at home.

    Let me go though the flow again, and if needed, I'll post in the postProcessg forum for some help.

    Thanks for pointing this out. It's the only way to get better!

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    dave:
    make sure you have enabled color cast correction by checking the correct box when applying the LCC..

    also make sure the LCC was taken with the same lens aperture and shift as the shot you are correcting

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    Something different, both P65 with the 645AF and the 45D.

    It is quite a bit larger than my Leica, but from time to time I really like what I get. More images can be found on my blog/website


    1st:

    As far as I remember this was in LA




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    This was 2009 in Shanghai

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    AFDIII + Plastic Mamiya 80/2.8 AF + ZD:



    RZ + 110/2.8 + ZD:

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    Ilya, really like the look that you have here. #1 in particular has a classic shot feel about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Obvious now where your children get their angelic faces.
    If only they knew how lucky they are not to take after dear ol' dad, ha.

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    Over in Berne for training and managed to catch the sun setting near the Parliament house.

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