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    Yeah, I know. It's that building again.
    No kidding, for most photographers the rite of passage is to take a photo of a duck, but for arch. photographers it's gotta be this, right? At least that's what it seems like because so far I've seen "that building" so many times I have to wonder if someone's re-posting shots LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    Yeah, I know. It's that building again.

    Had a rare opportunity to get onto the balcony of a 60th floor penthouse in a building opposite the Burj, so it seemed only right to dig out the trusty HCam and 24TS-E again



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    Oof. Just done a quick render of a 4-shot stitch with the TC and 70HR. Quite amazing. Will work on it and post later
    Hi Gerald, was that from the address hotel? I actually did a similar shot a year ago but from the 50th floor.lol...

    I can't wait to see the tc shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kolor-Pikker View Post
    No kidding, for most photographers the rite of passage is to take a photo of a duck, but for arch. photographers it's gotta be this, right? At least that's what it seems like because so far I've seen "that building" so many times I have to wonder if someone's re-posting shots LOL.
    I like to think of it as the world's biggest tripod...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bahr View Post
    Hi Gerald, was that from the address hotel? I actually did a similar shot a year ago but from the 50th floor.lol...

    I can't wait to see the tc shot.
    Yup - 60th floor!

    Here's the TC stitch: http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/460286-post1484.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    I like to think of it as the world's biggest tripod...
    You get to shoot two sunsets in the same day

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    Wow, that's some clarity with the tc set up. I'm itching for a tech can but its difficult to demo anything in this country. May I ask what attracted you to the alpa? For the stitching are you going with the gigapan or similar? I was hoping to go with something that has shift capabilities on the back like a arca rm3di or cambo but when I had a demo of the linhof techno in London a few months back I really liked it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kolor-Pikker View Post
    You get to shoot two sunsets in the same day
    The final 130 meters is a vertical climb up a ladder. Will only be able to capture the one unfortunately

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kolor-Pikker View Post
    No kidding, for most photographers the rite of passage is to take a photo of a duck, but for arch. photographers it's gotta be this, right? At least that's what it seems like because so far I've seen "that building" so many times I have to wonder if someone's re-posting shots LOL.
    Same must be true for Landscape guys and Horse Shoe Bend, I swear I see the same image of it almost daily each time from someone else

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    A few minutes ago from my living room window.

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    Bill, You live in a very beautiful place. Nice shot.

    Cheers, -Peter
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    Amazing color from one plant: sumac. 645D, 120mm

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    Not all Canon lenses work so well on an IQ180

    14mm f/2.8L -

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Hi Gerald, do you find the Hcam a great tool in place of tech cam? How do the canon lenses hold up on it with your iq180? Also, have you tried out the 17t/s on it?

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    Hi Bahr - I would say that it compliments a tech-cam. Hoping to get hold of a 17TSE to use with it in the near future.

    Here's a link to full resolution images with the 24 TSE:

    08.ae/panos/24TSEtest/24test1b.html

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    How does the hcam system compare to the alpa? I hear great things about alpa, except the cost.

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    Phase DF, IQ160 and the 80 LS. This was a "between the shots" moment I clicked off when I was chatting with the model we were using for a shoot for an emerging bridal designer.

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    Cambo WRS Rodenstock 40 2 shot stitch

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    OK. Looks like we need a new load of beauty - enough trees & buildings

    H4D-40, HC 120 mm. 3 x Priolite MB500


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Well, sometimes, the photographer's efforts to get their shadow out of the picture are just not good enough...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    A few minutes ago from my living room window.
    Bill, AWESOME shot, congrats on the great capture!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Well, sometimes, the photographer's efforts to get their shadow out of the picture are just not good enough...


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    Too funny!!! Maybe you should have put this one in our "Show Us Your Tech Cam" thread!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Using a cable release will eliminate that nasty arm shadow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stephengilbert View Post
    Using a cable release will eliminate that nasty arm shadow.
    Or placing the camera closer to the ground and using front rise/rear fall would eliminate it all

    (hindsight is a 100% science I find )
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    Quote Originally Posted by bahr View Post
    How does the hcam system compare to the alpa? I hear great things about alpa, except the cost.
    We should hook up and I can take you through it. Drop me a PM if you're going to be around between the 27th and the 1st, and we'll try to fix a time.

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    White Cap Mountain in the Moosehead Lake Region of Maine. I have just returned from a trip there. The AT trail crosses the ridge. Pentax 645D and 55mm.

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    Too funny!!! Maybe you should have put this one in our "Show Us Your Tech Cam" thread!
    Or behind the scenes...

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    Roxborough State Park, CO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    White Cap Mountain in the Moosehead Lake Region of Maine. I have just returned from a trip there. The AT trail crosses the ridge. Pentax 645D and 55mm.

    How appropriate that it has a white cap in the first image; looks like you had some weather during your visit .

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    Not an arm's shadow. It's the shadow of a snake attacking the camera. The photographer was 100 yards away!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stephengilbert View Post
    Using a cable release will eliminate that nasty arm shadow.
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    Recent colors, all 645D. Roadside color, 55mm; Aspen and maple, 200mm; birds, 150mm and locust stack, 300mm 67 ED.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    OK. Looks like we need a new load of beauty - enough trees & buildings

    H4D-40, HC 120 mm. 3 x Priolite MB500


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    Thanks - I believe that the female form is the benchmark for all that is beautiful.

    Other forms may define alternative dimensions but to me a thing is beautiful only in as much that it resonates with the female principle.

    OK - now where is the few remining dregs of that bottle of Port I was imbibing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    The final 130 meters is a vertical climb up a ladder. Will only be able to capture the one unfortunately
    That's kind of a dark age thing going on there, I figured they have teleporters installed on the Burj.

    A few minutes ago from my living room window.
    Great view!
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    AFDlll with the 80mm AFD and P45+, handheld.
    My new "Point and shoot" camera.
    I get some strange looks when shooting in a city.
    Especially when people hear the sound it makes.
    Almost like when you shift gears in an old truck and not using the clutch.
    Stealth mode, anyone

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    We have not had the leaf fix for the time of year. Here is my contribution. Taken this evening on the way to walk the dog. Pleasant Pond, Litchfield, ME. Pentax 645D also handheld--my point and shoot, but a little more quite than an AFDIII.

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    Shale beach, Lake Erie. 645D 200mm.

    PS. It seems that any file I link from DPI appears as I see it on my system, but any file from Flicker appears over-sharpened and crunchy. Just me, or does anyone else have that impression?

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    An experiment: same image uploaded to DPI and Flicker.

    Convinces me that Flicker modifies the files.



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    Actually some would blame DPI (JUST KIDDING!!!!!)
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    Some closeup ...

    Hasselblad H4D-40, HC 50-110 @70mm, f/8.0, 1/125 sec.

    Lightning with two flashes + softboxes left & right, one flash exactly from the top with a beauty dish - handhold by the assistant.

    Last edited by Stan ROX; 22nd October 2012 at 03:57. Reason: Problems with QC - wrong pic uploaded...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Some closeup ...

    Which camera? which lens? which lighting?
    ......which is impressive
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    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    Which camera? which lens? which lighting?
    ......which is impressive
    ... edited my post to update with the infos. Also replaced the picture - bad Quality control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Some closeup ...

    Hasselblad H4D-40, HC 50-110 @70mm, f/8.0, 1/125 sec.

    Lightning with two flashes + softboxes left & right, one flash exactly from the top with a beauty dish - handhold by the assistant.

    I dont like the plastic look of the make up but the 3-dimensional look of this image is impressive IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paratom View Post
    I dont like the plastic look of the make up but the 3-dimensional look of this image is impressive IMO.
    Just checked the original image to check if I did too much editing. It is the Make-Up. Will try to do the same with a more natural style the next time - some girl with freckles...

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    Some more fall colors...



    Only processed in ACR...

    And handheld...
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    Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee

    Cambo RS, IQ180, 55mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    ... edited my post to update with the infos. Also replaced the picture - bad Quality control.

    S.
    Thank you very much for updating the infos, i appreciate it a lot, and again, a great shot and beauty!
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    This probably counts as having fun with MF... A while ago I went to one of a couple stores in Russia that actually sells MF gear and had a go at a Phase 645DF with IQ180 and 80mm LS on it, the owner was super-cool with me handling a luxury car's worth of hardware and going about the mall to take photos.

    My first image with any MF camera ever.


    and crop, no sharpening.


    It was pretty dark, so I had to use one of the tripods on display, shot was f/5.6, 1/3 sec, ISO35. I must say I've never seen a nice, smooth-looking image like this one, I can't scrounge the money up for a IQ180 fast enough LOL. Maybe in a couple years we'll have something better and hopefully cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    White Cap Mountain in the Moosehead Lake Region of Maine. I have just returned from a trip there. The AT trail crosses the ridge. Pentax 645D and 55mm.

    Great contrasting captures. I visit this area every summer, as it is only about 45 minutes north of my campsite on Lake Moxie in The Forks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    We have not had the leaf fix for the time of year. Here is my contribution. Taken this evening on the way to walk the dog. Pleasant Pond, Litchfield, ME. Pentax 645D also handheld--my point and shoot, but a little more quite than an AFDIII.

    This is right around the corner from Lake Moxie. Beautiful area.
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