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    Quote Originally Posted by downstairs View Post
    More eggs with Hasseroid & 80mm.
    This has a very special quality to it. Reminds me of an old masters painting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    This has a very special quality to it. Reminds me of an old masters painting.

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    I'm loving these too. Very reminiscent of large format work by Christopher Broadbent.

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    not as impressive as the dubai shot, but I'm happy with it.. 115 megapixel pan shot of the view behind the Hollywood sign..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    not as impressive as the dubai shot, but I'm happy with it.. 115 megapixel pan shot of the view behind the Hollywood sign..


    Hollywood Sign Panorama by RickrPhoto, on Flickr
    Nice! Didn't know that you could still drive up there. Then again its been years since I was there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxKißler View Post
    Wow, this is just great I love it! What are its dimensions if you print at 300dpi if I may ask?

    Maybe it's just me, but the Burj Khalifa looks like it'd be leaning a tad to the right. Perhaps it's due to the tiny screenshot but you could check the original file.
    Full size image is around 90k by 60k pixels, so it would print 25 feet wide at 300ppi. I'll double check that it's straight when I'm back home next week

    For me, this is a pretty average sized pano. I've just uploaded a 60 gigapixel one of the inside of Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi. 4,500 shots with a Canon 1D Mk IV and 300mm f/2.8 (so not appropriate to link to in this thread )

    Quote Originally Posted by Zerimar View Post
    Good lord that shot of Dubai is amazing… would love to know more about how you pull off these incredible images..
    It's fairly simple these days because both the hardware and software available have improved enormously over the last couple of years. Seitz VR Drive 2 used to control the Phase One AF.

    Thanks all for the kind comments and likes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Nice! Didn't know that you could still drive up there. Then again its been years since I was there.

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    You can't drive up there unless you work at the radio tower, it is however an option to hike up there which takes around 40 minutes or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    I'll see what I can do when I get back home next week

    IQ180, Phase One AF, Mamiya 200mm f/2.8, Seitz VR Drive 2.
    Sweet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    Full size image is around 90k by 60k pixels, so it would print 25 feet wide at 300ppi. I'll double check that it's straight when I'm back home next week

    For me, this is a pretty average sized pano. I've just uploaded a 60 gigapixel one of the inside of Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi. 4,500 shots with a Canon 1D Mk IV and 300mm f/2.8 (so not appropriate to link to in this thread )



    It's fairly simple these days because both the hardware and software available have improved enormously over the last couple of years. Seitz VR Drive 2 used to control the Phase One AF.

    Thanks all for the kind comments and likes.
    4,500 shots What pano gear do you use??? I use a Nodal Ninja which allows maybe 200 shots. But 4,500 using a 300mm WOW

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flynnyfalcon View Post
    4,500 shots What pano gear do you use??? I use a Nodal Ninja which allows maybe 200 shots. But 4,500 using a 300mm WOW
    Seitz VR Drive 2. Made by the same guys who manufacture Alpa cameras.

    OK, I'm going to be naughty and sneak in the link here:

    Sheikh Zayed Mosque 60 Gigapixels by Gerald Donovan

    (That's a world record size for an indoor spherical panorama. Quite a few challenges, not all overcome, but it's interesting to explore nonetheless I think)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    ...4,500 shots with a Canon 1D Mk IV and 300mm f/2.8
    Seitz VR Drive 2 used to control the Phase One AF.

    Thanks all for the kind comments and likes.
    I had been thinking about something like the

    Clauss VR Station HD

    With my H4D-60 and my 300mm lens - using the same focal length, and ¿a similar pixel pitch? would I get a similar result? ...or do you benefit from the large number of images for auto-focus on small areas?

    I thing that the data transfer rate and the maximum fps of the Hasselblad might make it slower?

    I wanted to be able to use a pano head on my 10m tripod (or a higher replacement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    Seitz VR Drive 2. Made by the same guys who manufacture Alpa cameras.

    OK, I'm going to be naughty and sneak in the link here:

    Sheikh Zayed Mosque 60 Gigapixels by Gerald Donovan

    (That's a world record size for an indoor spherical panorama. Quite a few challenges, not all overcome, but it's interesting to explore nonetheless I think)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    working on a few more of my images from Monument Valley trip last month. Stopped at House on Fire on the way from Moab to Monument Valley. shot about 11:00am which worked out pretty good, the light bouncing off the rock face up into the overhanging rock formation. Pretty cool place, lots of interesting images spring to ones imagination during the short hike there as you think about those that actually lived in this place ..


    PhaseOneDF/IQ180 with 28mm 1/13th sec at f/11, ISO 35
    I like it
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    Milano, the Hasselblad and Arianna

    Don't try this at home

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    anvietcons,

    Great image!

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    thank you for the comments !
    Flynnyfalcon, i didn't use de-saturation but vibrance in Lighroom.

    Another contribution of the same series of pictures (same gear too). It's his father, Paul, who still helping his son in the farm, at almost 80 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    I'm loving these too. Very reminiscent of large format work by Christopher Broadbent.
    Indeed it is the very same!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Medium Format FUN... well this surely fits the bill....

    My two boys enjoying the all too seldom warm weather... Polaroid 195 rangefinder... one shot, one kill....

    8) Great stuff, man. This IS fun!


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    Don't try this at home
    So, why did you choose this particular pose and this particular direction of light? Note how when she turned away from light it have created unappealing line through face (and that you had to pull out from shadows), and also how awkwardly squished and distorted body became from pose (and thigh became huge).
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    Is this counts? This is a real studio background with star added in photoshop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    Hello !
    I'm new to digital MF, here is a picture of a french farmer, Denis. H3D-39 (btw to sell) and 50-110mm.



    edit : sorry it's very big, i will reduce it tonight.
    Très beau !

    How did you do the lightening ? Natural light with tripod ?
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    Here the landscape for French farmer
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    Très beau !

    How did you do the lightening ? Natural light with tripod ?
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    Here the landscape for French farmer
    Thank you Jerome ! The farmer was lit with 1 profoto gridded BeautyDish and the background with a gridded NewZoom reflector. H3D-39 and 50-110 on tripod, tethered. It's in Mont du Lyonnais.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post

    Here the landscape for French farmer
    stunning sky. Is this with 28mm or 35 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    Thank you Jerome ! The farmer was lit with 1 profoto gridded BeautyDish and the background with a gridded NewZoom reflector. H3D-39 and 50-110 on tripod, tethered. It's in Mont du Lyonnais.
    Thanks !

    Mont du Lyonnais is my home ! I live in Lyon and those portraits remind me when I was a child and I was visiting farms where my father used to get some food during the WWII (dans la Bresse).

    That's a vanishing world I think ...

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    stunning sky. Is this with 28mm or 35 ?
    HC 28 mm

    I test color effect and the sky is also the result of "structure" parameter. I'm not sure with the result that are a bit unnatural indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
    HC 28 mm

    I test color effect and the sky is also the result of "structure" parameter. I'm not sure with the result that are a bit unnatural indeed.
    It's a good mix between the ground which is natural and the sky wich was kind of over-saturated. This 28 is amazing... well, what people do with this 28 is amazing !

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    It's a good mix between the ground which is natural and the sky wich was kind of over-saturated. This 28 is amazing... well, what people do with this 28 is amazing !
    The HC 28 mm is my favorite lens indeed

    btw, the sky is much more natural befor jpg conversion for the web

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    Taken yesterday. Bigelow mountain--the three peaks in the center of the image make up Bigelow. From Stratton, Maine. Pentax 645D. 55mm. Handheld. Six vertical images stitched.
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    What am I looking at here? Something biological?
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    Darr, you must be too young to recognize flash lamps/cubes. This looks like the lamp used with Polaroid instant cameras.
    Last edited by Shashin; 2nd July 2012 at 18:42.

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    Since we are having fun, try this. Click on the thumbnail to expand it. Then cross your eyes to fuze the images of the two dots so they overlap. What else do you see? Taken with a Pentax 645D and 55mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Darr, you must be too young to recognize flash lamps. This looks like the lamp used with Polaroid instant cameras.
    Haha!! Thank you for that Shashin!
    I am not old, but I did shoot a Crown Graphic without flashbulbs ...
    I feel like I might be headed for a DirecTV commercial:

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    Fun with old cameras

    Hi folks,

    this is my first Focus-stacked picture. I took that today in the morning, using my H4D-40 and the 120 mm Macro.

    I do not collect old cameras, just found this in a house bought by a friend of mine and thought it would give a nice addition to all my digital stuff. It's not cleaned to show all the years that have passed.

    Nothing, special, of course.

    Pics have been stacked with Helicon - I'm impressed from the ease and speed.



    If you like to see the (almost) 40 Megapixel-details of this old lady, you can get the full-sized jpeg here (zip-file).
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    Lovely olde lady, Stan.
    There was a time when I dreamt of having such a camera, especially the canon A-1 or F-1.
    How time passes.
    Look forward to seeing more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Hi folks,

    this is my first Focus-stacked picture. I took that today in the morning, using my H4D-40 and the 120 mm Macro.
    Hi, Stan...

    Did you use the live video focus adjustments for stepping?

    The 120 macro is definitely on my wish list for table top work... on the Sinar I can fire the shutter from the computer, but I have to turn a knob to focus (thinking of using my digital calliper for DoF slicing.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dick View Post
    Hi, Stan...

    Did you use the live video focus adjustments for stepping?

    The 120 macro is definitely on my wish list for table top work... on the Sinar I can fire the shutter from the computer, but I have to turn a knob to focus (thinking of using my digital calliper for DoF slicing.)
    That's how I did that:

    - manually focus to the back edge of the hot shoe
    - did four focus-steps down (minus) with the Phocus-SW (no live-view)
    - fired the gun

    After six photos I checked the focus in the phocus (wtf?) and found it sufficient to cover the complete range.

    Loaded the .fff into my Demo-Version into Helicon Focus, and whoa !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Lovely olde lady, Stan.
    There was a time when I dreamt of having such a camera, especially the canon A-1 or F-1.
    How time passes.
    Look forward to seeing more.
    I will not keep it. I'm not into collecting, it was just a piece of something I picked up.

    If you (or someone else in this forum) would like to have this camera, I'll be glad to fill that gap. Only requesting for the shipping cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    I'm loving these too. Very reminiscent of large format work by Christopher Broadbent.
    It's a hasseroid shot for a 4x5 posted by CB elsewhere. As usual, the test looks best.
    Here's a real HB with the 50mm lens. Tin cans for recycling.
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    Since we are having fun, try this. Click on the thumbnail to expand it. Then cross your eyes to fuze the images of the two dots so they overlap. What else do you see? Taken with a Pentax 645D and 55mm.
    Way cool! Very nicely done with the pop up square (with a hole) in front of the dot and the two cut outs, one above and one below it.
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    From a "konfirmant" shoot today...

    H4D-40 + HCD 28mm profoto lighting



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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Since we are having fun, try this. Click on the thumbnail to expand it. Then cross your eyes to fuze the images of the two dots so they overlap. What else do you see? Taken with a Pentax 645D and 55mm.
    Nice. Btw this is a good technique to solve those "find all mistakes in the right picture" -kind of puzzles. All differences in two images will be perceived highlighted.

    I often find myself doing this in exhibitions whenever two images have a certain amount of similiarity. It's interesting to see that preposterous outcome.
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    Happy 4th of July everyone! A bit something patriotic from myself:


    Happy 4th! Lauren Calaway by RickrPhoto, on Flickr
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    Here's the full size version of that 5.5 gigapixel shot I posted earlier

    Virtual Tour generated by Panotour

    Smaller hand-held 4 shot pano:



    Detail:

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    43mm SK, IQ 160, 15 shot pano, my neighborbood. about a 200 degree view. autogigapan. taken from a posh penthouse we are working on. brooklyh bridge in the center

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    had to move the tripod to get the lat 90 degrees, four shots

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    What I'd give for skies like that!

    Horrible light in this part of the world at this time of year.

    Did a test a couple of hours ago of a full 360 degree pano using a 35mm on the IQ180.

    29 shots taken in just under a minute. Didn't bother with any post. This is testing for a huge project I have planned for later in the year

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    Pentax 645D, 150 mm f/2.8 FA @ f/11, ISO 200, bulb exposure, 4th of Julyl Diggin; the camera

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Pentax 645D, 150 mm f/2.8 FA @ f/11, ISO 200, bulb exposure, 4th of Julyl Diggin; the camera

    I'm not seeing the photo Ashwin

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    Quote Originally Posted by downstairs View Post
    It's a hasseroid shot for a 4x5 posted by CB elsewhere. As usual, the test looks best.
    Here's a real HB with the 50mm lens. Tin cans for recycling.
    You are a true modern photographic Morandi! Especially when things are positioned on the edge.
    Nice series!

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