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    Nice light!!
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    A couple from a recent shoot....



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    RZ, Aptus 54s , 65mm/4.5 L-A

    was trying to work out if i can do it with one light. Yes. I can.


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    Guys, I'm sorry - I changed my web presence and all of the old links are broken. But that's the way it goes.

    Feel free to visit me at my new website: stanROX.com

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    Very nice Pramote. I was at Sandy Beach on the 6th and 7th of August, too bad we missed each other! I will post my version when I return home; I am currently in a campground in Vermont.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Vancouver Island with watching Eagle - a study in pastel colours. I think this one needs to be BIG for full impact.

    DF, IQ160 210mm 50s f/11 ISO 50, 1.8 & 2.1 Tiffen IRND

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    Just love that one Graham, incredible! So soft yet so clear.
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    Vancouver Island with watching Eagle - a study in pastel colours. I think this one needs to be BIG for full impact.

    DF, IQ160 210mm 50s f/11 ISO 50, 1.8 & 2.1 Tiffen IRND

    A delicate, yet powerful image Graham!
    Very beautiful!!
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    A delicate, yet powerful image Graham!
    Very beautiful!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Vancouver Island with watching Eagle - a study in pastel colours. I think this one needs to be BIG for full impact.

    DF, IQ160 210mm 50s f/11 ISO 50, 1.8 & 2.1 Tiffen IRND
    Wow!

    (Aside from being a splendid photo, it really makes me think about the importance of controlling the online presentation via a border. I bet it would look quite different without the white surround.)

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    Graham, I want a print.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Very nice Pramote. I was at Sandy Beach on the 6th and 7th of August, too bad we missed each other! I will post my version when I return home; I am currently in a campground in Vermont.

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    Thank you Tom for your kind words. We was there in early July and fell in love with the Acadia National Park.
    I am looking forward to seeing your work.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Cap Bon Ami, Gaspé, Quebec. Sunrise at 5:45 am ( it's not easy to get up at that hour). Low lying fog. Pentax 645D, 400mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Vancouver Island with watching Eagle - a study in pastel colours. I think this one needs to be BIG for full impact.

    DF, IQ160 210mm 50s f/11 ISO 50, 1.8 & 2.1 Tiffen IRND

    Excellent. One of your finest!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Cap Bon Ami, Gaspé, Quebec. Sunrise at 5:45 am ( it's not easy to get up at that hour). Low lying fog. Pentax 645D, 400mm.

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    Tom...Lovely composition and tone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Tom...Lovely composition and tone.
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    Thanks Pramote. We love Acadia as well, an interesting and beautiful place.

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    Thanks for the kind comments everyone for the pastel shot of Vancouver Island. Here's another from slightly later on the same evening:

    DF/IQ160 210 2m @ f/8 ISO50

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    Graham,

    Probably should not have done that now I want prints of both of them....

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Graham,

    Where do you GET those colors?



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    infrared neutral density filters?


    where did you find those?

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    As Vincent mentioned, Tiffen IRND or regular Lee Big Stopper & .9 ND will shift white balance and balance/smooth tones out. I posted some set up shots etc over in the Behind the Scenes thread too.

    The base colours I have to rely on Mother Nature and being there at the right place and right time. No secrets there unfortunately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Cap Bon Ami, Gaspé, Quebec. Sunrise at 5:45 am ( it's not easy to get up at that hour). Low lying fog. Pentax 645D, 400mm.

    Tom
    Lovely place the Gaspé and just to put the shot in context; although I may like this more:

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    Decided to head down to LaJolla for this twice a year opportunity shooting the sun setting through Scripps Pier. Couldn't quite get my camera position perfect (I was the 4th photographer there, ended with about 15), so I'm slightly off centered under the pier. Sun sets centered in the pier 3 days in early May and again in the first part of August, with one day where the sun is centered when it is about 1/2 showing. That's the shot I was after. Sky wasn't perfect, but not bad, glad I got a decent shot knowing there wasn't much room for error and quite traveling quite a ways.


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    Wayne - I saw this on your blog and it was very very interesting. I totally understand the scrum of fellow photographers at times when iconic events occur!

    Btw, I note that you are using the Tiffen filters in 100mm fitting vs screw on. Do these come with gaskets for light sealing against reflections? (the big stopper has this but I have to use gaffer tape when I stack with a .9 ND Lee).
    Ylem ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    … so I'm slightly off centered under the pier.
    I don’t see this a problem; perfect symmetry can be boring—I like the slight offset!

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    My take on this famous tree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    My take on this famous tree.
    Ed, have you shot this in Andalucia, Spain? I have an image very very close to this scene from 1999 (GX 6800III - Velvia). I must find it and scan it to show you.....

    Btw, nicely executed!
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    That, sir, is a damn fine tree!
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    Been inundated with work, holiday for whole of July and now back at the grindstone again, but one of my fave girls was in today and we did a bit of light painting... this was a proof shot really for some 10x8 large format stuff I want to do... (imagine using a hassy as proof for 8x10 film.. haha crazy topsy turvy world we live in)


    Sharp is overated....
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    My take on this famous tree.

    WOW! So beautiful!
    Thanks for sharing Ed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Ed, have you shot this in Andalucia, Spain? I have an image very very close to this scene from 1999 (GX 6800III - Velvia). I must find it and scan it to show you.....

    Btw, nicely executed!
    No Dan, I shot that tree in northern Tuscany in May. It kind of fell through the cracks until I saw the same tree on Wayne's site and was inspired to go digging.

    I would love to see your tree, they are kind of a fetish for me. I'm off to Charleston, SC today to photograph a few famous trees there.

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    Sooo, peaceful, as always you did a great job
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    Graham, simply stunning capture...I'd love to see it big, hanging from a wall!
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    A couple from the 645D and 150 mm FA lens...





    And one in BW:
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    Sunset at low tide in the St. Lawrence river, Sante-Anne-des-Montes, Quebec.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Vancouver Island with watching Eagle - a study in pastel colours. I think this one needs to be BIG for full impact.

    DF, IQ160 210mm 50s f/11 ISO 50, 1.8 & 2.1 Tiffen IRND

    wow, the eagle sat there for 50 seconds?

    gorgeous image ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Wayne - I saw this on your blog and it was very very interesting. I totally understand the scrum of fellow photographers at times when iconic events occur!

    Btw, I note that you are using the Tiffen filters in 100mm fitting vs screw on. Do these come with gaskets for light sealing against reflections? (the big stopper has this but I have to use gaffer tape when I stack with a .9 ND Lee).
    no gaskets on the Tiffen filters. I bought the Schneider landscape kit which has a modified Lee holder that will hold the glass filters and has a set screw to keep them from falling out. I haven't tried stacking them with really long exposures to see if I have light leak issues yet ...

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    wow, the eagle sat there for 50 seconds?

    gorgeous image ...
    Thanks Wayne. Yes, that guy sat there for a long time, albeit not still but generally he kept looking out in the same direction so his head didn't end up too fuzzy. Of course as soon as I set up for an alternative composition a bunch of gulls swooped in and spooked him half way through the shot - oh well, I feel fortunate for the time I had with him

    The Tiffen glass LEE fit filters do have an appeal to me. Right now I have to wrap my big stopper and 3 stop ND with gaffer tape anyway so it wouldn't be a burden without the gasket.
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    That Tiffen filter done on those shots sold me, i am looking for to get one, i bought LEE stopper last week locally to my full surprise, but there is no Tiffen dealer here in my country, but i don't know which Tiffen NDIR Indie to get?!!!
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    Has anyone tried the less expensive and available Formatt Hitech 10 stop filter ?

    Camera Filters: PRO STOP : Buy PRO STOPs online

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    I have the Hitech and it has a very large color shift. I would only use it for B+W. Lee Big Stopper arrived recently, but haven't tested it yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    I have the Hitech and it has a very large color shift. I would only use it for B+W. Lee Big Stopper arrived recently, but haven't tested it yet.

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    Matt:

    Is your Hitech the newer formulation? According to the reviews linked, the new formulation causes less color shift.

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    Can the colour shift not be neutralised using a grey card or LCC? Confused how it can kill things so badly that you get left with B&W only.
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    The color shift is from IR contamination which leads to not only too much signal in the red channel, but also objects in the frame don't have the same response under IR making impossible to get back to a natural balance.

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    So the filters for this kind of thing need better IR filtration?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Has anyone tried the less expensive and available Formatt Hitech 10 stop filter ?

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    How much ND are you looking for? I have found the Hoya 9-stop 400X filter better than B+W filters, even with IR cut filters mounted in front . The Tiffen IRND series is also getting good feedback. These filters seem to have a reasonable price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Matt:

    Is your Hitech the newer formulation? According to the reviews linked, the new formulation causes less color shift.

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    Tom,

    I'm not sure. It's a recent (less than six months ago) purchase. I'll try to determine its age when I get home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    So the filters for this kind of thing need better IR filtration?
    Right. While weaker ND filters don't show this problem, 9-stop plus filters while blocking the visual spectrum very evenly, don't block all wavelengths outside the spectrum the same.
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    Ben, this is a test I posted about trying to fix the IR contamination in B+W filters with an IR cut filter. That illustrates the problem nicely.

    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/medium...d-filters.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    How much ND are you looking for? I have found the Hoya 9-stop 400X filter better than B+W filters, even with IR cut filters mounted in front . The Tiffen IRND series is also getting good feedback. These filters seem to have a reasonable price.
    Thanks for the tip, the Tiffen IRND appears to be a good solution for me. Are the variable NDs just crossed polarizers?

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