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    That's stunning Pramote!
    Thanks very much! Pramote

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Pramote's fabulous shot in Mexico prompted me to rexamine some shots taken last summer. I had posted one from this series on the 645D thread, but wasn't really happy with it. Here are two different versions of the same scene taken seconds apart. Many elements of a good landscape are present: color, setting sun, cresent moon, blurred water...yet, it's not obvious to me which version is the better, so any input from the collective wisdom of this group would be appreciated.

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    Tom, excellent. My preference is for the second as the foreground seem so solid compared with the dream-like quality of the rest of the image. But both are beautiful.

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    Thanks Tom for your complement.
    The second photo is remarkable. I love the foreground, silky water leading to fiery sky and a crescent moon. Color is just perfect.
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    Visited Owl Head Lighthouse this afternoon. Made a quick 5-image panorama. 55mm. Handheld. Except for the stitching, the images are straight from the camera.
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    Shashin,

    is there a link to a larger image?

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    If you click on it, it will open up to a width of 1024 pixels. And thanks.

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    That Mesquite shot is spectacular!!!!! GND's=Thanks Graham Welland!

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    Thanks very much Vincent for your kind words.
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    Wanted to share a fast one from yesterday.

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    From a series I am working on about everyday life:



    Shirts, 3/2011
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    Nice photo, but aren't those 2012 shirts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephengilbert View Post
    Nice photo, but aren't those 2012 shirts?
    Thanks Stephen. Actually I made that shot on 3/11/2011. I post it here because I posted it on my blog. I never have a lot of time for posting, but I sure do love to look at folks' work and feel I need to reciprocate when I can.
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    From a series I am working on about everyday life:



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    I do like that image . Idea , composition and colors .
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    Here are a few quick-process from the Capture Integration Miami event. Saw some old friends and made several new ones, plus we made some time to shoot a little. Worked these up on my laptop and will rework them on the big machine hopefully this week. We stopped at Clyde Butcher's studio -- his gallery of amazing B&W images was a motivator to say the least, plus he was a delightful guy to talk photography with. A memorable experience for sure!

    B&W conversions all done in C1, processed as shot. The first 3 image are with the 40HR on my Arca tech cam, the last one is the 70HR on my Arca tech cam. All used tilt plus varying amounts of fall. It's pretty dark in under the swamp canopy and exposures hovered around 1 second @ f11 ISO 35. C & C welcome:









    PS: Yes, I *AM* wading in about 18" of gator and water moccasin swamp with my phase kit tripod submerged to get those first three images, and yes I was a little nervous and spent a lot of my time looking behind me! But IMHO the images were worth it and I would do it again in a heartbeat. The last image is taken from the top of a swamp buggy in a drier area.

    PPS: Here is a link to Clyde's website -- lot's of amazing B&W images: http://www.clydebutcher.com/online-g...holdcategory=1
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Jack,
    I have never been to Clyde Butcher's studio but I have seen his books, amazing work..
    Also nice images btw

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    One from today across the street from my home in Telluride..
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    Jack,
    I have never been to Clyde Butcher's studio but I have seen his books, amazing work..
    Also nice images btw

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    I have got CLYDE BUTCHER : Nature's Places of Spiritual Sanctuary as a birthday present some years ago .
    A great book by a great photographer .
    When I saw Jack's images , I immediately thought of Clyde Butcher .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    PS: Yes, I *AM* wading in about 18" of gator and water moccasin swamp with my phase kit tripod submerged to get those first three images, and yes I was a little nervous and spent a lot of my time looking behind me!
    No one alive today has said it is a problem...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    No one alive today has said it is a problem...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
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    I do like that image . Idea , composition and colors .
    Thank you Jürgen!
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    Here are a few quick-process from the Capture Integration Miami event. Saw some old friends and made several new ones, plus we made some time to shoot a little. Worked these up on my laptop and will rework them on the big machine hopefully this week. We stopped at Clyde Butcher's studio -- his gallery of amazing B&W images was a motivator to say the least, plus he was a delightful guy to talk photography with. A memorable experience for sure!

    B&W conversions all done in C1, processed as shot. The first 3 image are with the 40HR on my Arca tech cam, the last one is the 70HR on my Arca tech cam. All used tilt plus varying amounts of fall. C & C welcome:

    PS: Yes, I *AM* wading in about 18" of gator and water moccasin swamp with my phase kit tripod submerged to get those first three images, and yes I was a little nervous and spent a lot of my time looking behind me! But IMHO the images were worth it and I would do it again in a heartbeat. The last image is taken from the top of a swamp buggy in a drier area.

    PPS: Here is a link to Clyde's website -- lot's of amazing B&W images: Clyde Butcher - Black and White Fine Art Photographer
    Jack, I'd love to see these in color. As for the BW, maybe a touch more contrast? Shooting them looks like great fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Here are a few quick-process from the Capture Integration Miami event. Saw some old friends and made several new ones, plus we made some time to shoot a little. Worked these up on my laptop and will rework them on the big machine hopefully this week. We stopped at Clyde Butcher's studio -- his gallery of amazing B&W images was a motivator to say the least, plus he was a delightful guy to talk photography with. A memorable experience for sure!

    B&W conversions all done in C1, processed as shot. The first 3 image are with the 40HR on my Arca tech cam, the last one is the 70HR on my Arca tech cam. All used tilt plus varying amounts of fall. It's pretty dark in under the swamp canopy and exposures hovered around 1 second @ f11 ISO 35. C & C welcome:


    PS: Yes, I *AM* wading in about 18" of gator and water moccasin swamp with my phase kit tripod submerged to get those first three images, and yes I was a little nervous and spent a lot of my time looking behind me! But IMHO the images were worth it and I would do it again in a heartbeat. The last image is taken from the top of a swamp buggy in a drier area.


    PPS: Here is a link to Clyde's website -- lot's of amazing B&W images: Clyde Butcher - Black and White Fine Art Photographer
    Great stuff Jack! Clyde is quite the man! Makes you want to pull out the old view camera and shoot some film! Even though I live way north of Miami-Dade county now (I lived in Redland FL prior to Tallahassee which IS the Everglades), we still have all the swamp things that can kill you. Some of these views of yours look like they were made a few miles from where I live. Be careful as a neighbor's dog recently got bit by a moccasin and this was out front of our elementry school!
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    Jack, I'd love to see these in color. As for the BW, maybe a touch more contrast? Shooting them looks like great fun
    Here are two of the above in color for reference:





    As for more contrast, maybe -- but again, I need to proof them on my big monitor first. I definitely like contrast in my B&W's, but at the same time I do not like my blacks blocked up or my whites blown. They were indeed fun to make!
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    Sunny, warm weekend in Maine. Jefferson and Owl's Head. Both with a 55mm on a 645D.
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    Here are a few more in color for fun:





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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    PS: Yes, I *AM* wading in about 18" of gator and water moccasin swamp with my phase kit tripod submerged to get those first three images, and yes I was a little nervous and spent a lot of my time looking behind me!
    OMG!! - We didn't see a single water moccasin!

    Jack, All kidding aside, these look fantastic, especially from a laptop.

    I knew this would look good in B&W, the color just doesn't express the feel of the place. You had the perfect lens and processing is perfect.


    Definitely had the better angle here and the color is more pleasing to me.

    It's fun to see how different these are from mine (except the swamp buggie one of course since I was standing right next to you). Hopefully I can get a couple posted before heading to New York tomorrow.

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    Good stuff Ed and Jack. I was there in January and came away with a few good images, but I found it difficult to capture what I saw. I went to Clyde Butcher's gallery on Tamiami Trail in Grand Cypress and it was a treat to see his large prints. In fact, my favorite photo from the trip was captured from the parking lot of the gallery (see post #8356).

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    I received some wonderful photo advice here at GetDPI regarding a trip to Angkor Wat.
    I used Dave Perkes at Peace of Angkor as our photo guide.
    Highly recommended.
    Here are a few photos using the Hasselblad h4d-40 and 28mm HCD.
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    Very nice set Joe...
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    Here are a few of mine from Clyde Butcher's gallery.







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    Ed, great work as usual -- I'd like to see the last pano in B&W!
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    Don, I just saw your shot -- nice see You were using a longer lens?
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    Don, I just saw your shot -- nice see You were using a longer lens?
    Actually that was taken with the 80mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Actually that was taken with the 80mm.
    Well in Clyde's terminology, that would be a super telephoto LOLOL! Seriously, he told me his "normal" lens was a 90 on his 8x10 camera! (90 on 8x10 is roughly 45 on 4x5, which in turn would be about a 20 on full frame MF digital, or about a 12 in 35DSLR terms.)

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    I enjoy coming onto the forum and seeing the fantastic images displayed here.

    Here is an image from the rain forest near Queen Mary Falls in South East Queensland - Australia. Phase One with IQ180 with 35mm lens.

    Two images overlaid with a touch of Photoshop - I guess each to his own.

    Thanks for taking the time to view.


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    Today in the vineyard.....







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    Something a little different; these were my mother's baby spoons. Mom passed in 1999, but I have lots of cherished memories that keep her close in spirit.



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    Well in Clyde's terminology, that would be a super telephoto LOLOL! Seriously, he told me his "normal" lens was a 90 on his 8x10 camera! (90 on 8x10 is roughly 45 on 4x5, which in turn would be about a 20 on full frame MF digital, or about a 12 in 35DSLR terms.)

    Sandy spoke with him for several minutes while we were waiting Saturday; she told me he had said to her that he like to shoot really wide and uses a 12.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Pramote's fabulous shot in Mexico prompted me to rexamine some shots taken last summer. I had posted one from this series on the 645D thread, but wasn't really happy with it. Here are two different versions of the same scene taken seconds apart. Many elements of a good landscape are present: color, setting sun, cresent moon, blurred water...yet, it's not obvious to me which version is the better, so any input from the collective wisdom of this group would be appreciated.

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    Tom,
    To me these are both incredible views of color and texture. The first one is bright, wispy, and shows movement. Being a horizontal, it can be a super wide of a decor piece. The second one is my favorite of the two (but darn close they are), because it has all of the first plus the added texture of the shore rocks. It really shows the crisp focus mixed in with the wispy. Because it is a vertical, to my eyes it is a slice of the total atmosphere of the place and time you were when you made these. Darn good stuff!!

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    Shashin, Pramotr and Darr:

    Thank you all for your kind comments. I belong to an area art group and am trying to decide which of those shots to frame and hang for an open studio tour event in May.

    I'll likely remain indecisive and hang both!

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    Darr, love the shirts, a nice change from landscapes and goes to show images are everywhere, you just have to see them..

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Here are a few of mine from Clyde Butcher's gallery.







    Once again amazing stuff !!! When I have more time I really have to look for a print

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Here are a few of mine from Clyde Butcher's gallery.
    Nicely done Ed. These are lovely.
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    Steven

    I "warm" to your image - i see it as intimate, rather than a grand landscape, your landscape is one I can walk into, obviously the composition and technical execution is a pleasue to the fellow photographer.

    By the way, living in Queensland Australia have never experienced a landscape full of snow and ice - guess I would need a jumper!



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    Hi,
    I'm new to MFD having resonantly purchased a P30 back for my old Hasselblad 500c/m system. This was taken, in Yosemite, this past Sunday (3/18/12) using a 250mm SA and it is two verticals stitched together in PS. I'm having a lot of problems with white balance but I'll ask my questions in a new thread.
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    nice shots folks..

    well.. guess its time for me to add me humble thing.. completely dwarfed by all the cool landscapes..

    RZIID, Aptus 54s, 50/4.5


    Time for fairytales.. - 2 by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    well Mr.Gale, I think you did well!

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