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    /runs /hides
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    And so many places to hide up there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Tough call. Both are fine images. I would lean to the portrait as it balances the land, beach, and water. The sky is also evenly illuminated and so the relationship to the land below is nicer.

    The landscape has a different feel. There it is more about the water off the beach. The sky is also indicating where the sun is going down, which is not in the frame. The framing here is just a tad more familiar and expected, which is why I think I like the portrait.
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    Mamiya 6, 75mm
    Old and defect porta, of some kind.

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    Helipad on the Burj Al Arab How did you get access?

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    As promised, here are some very recent portraits Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID + Mamiya 110mm f/2.8 + Kodak Porta 400 (overexposed 1+ stop)





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    Helipad on the Burj Al Arab How did you get access?
    From the helicopter whose shadow is in the shot, I'm guessing.

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    Like the last series of photos!

    Another from me from some recent advertisements, lighting details on flickr:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Mitchell View Post
    Helipad on the Burj Al Arab How did you get access?
    I'm fortunate enough to know some very kind, accommodating, people

    Although that's nothing compared to the other place I was shooting from last week, but I'm not allowed to talk about that

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    From the helicopter whose shadow is in the shot, I'm guessing.
    Nope - took the lift. I think the shadow you're referring to is actually that of the tripod!
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    Hi !

    Back from Morocco (and of course, a lot of clouds and rains !)

    That is one of the few photos I took with some blue sky

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    My version of a Mark Rothko. Found in a old scan of Provia taken with a Pentax 67 and 300mm:

    Last edited by tsjanik; 6th November 2012 at 06:11.
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    some family/group pics with my pentax 645D..



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    Cherry Creek State Park, Englewood, CO
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    Pentax 645D + 35mm f4 A lens

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    _IGP0982sRGBsmall by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, on a very rainy fall day

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    [IMG]
    _IGP0984sRGBsmall by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    [IMG]
    _IGP0931sRGBsmall by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    The view from "up there" -

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    Mal, have you finished the Act of Creation? I received that book as a graduation present many years ago and loved it. I still remember the puzzle about a monk traveling up a mountain path one day and down the next - is he ever at the same point on the path at the same time of day?

    Tom

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    [/QUOTE]Nope - took the lift. I think the shadow you're referring to is actually that of the tripod![/QUOTE]

    Gerald, I'm puzzled -as I'm sure I'm meant to be- where were you when you took the shot?

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    Nope - took the lift. I think the shadow you're referring to is actually that of the tripod![/QUOTE]

    Gerald, I'm puzzled -as I'm sure I'm meant to be- where were you when you took the shot?

    Bill[/QUOTE]

    Sorry Bill, not intentionally trying to confuse people.

    The image is actually a "little planet" projection of a full spherical panorama. It's not a single shot - it's stitched from 48 images. At full resolution, that image is over 2 gigapixels.

    The tripod is set up on the edge of the helipad, with the camera spinning around the nodal point of the lens about 6 feet off the ground.

    Kind regards,

    Gerald.

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    Wow! Very effective, congratulations!
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    More color. Cambo, IQ180, SK 72L

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, on a very rainy fall day

    Cade's Cove on a calm rainy day is paradise for a photographer.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    A few from the Monument Valley and Slot Canyon PODAS workshop I'm doing -- first a few from MV, all of these were taken with an IQ180 on a DF+ body:












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    A few more:









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    A family portrait sitting, they never ordered a print so I guess they were not that happy.


    645DF IQ180 55mm SK LS lens at f8. RRS tripod and ball head
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    First Food Photography Contract. C&C Welcome

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    Making me very hungry! Nice work.

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    Making me very hungry! Nice work.
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    A great thing about Yosemite is that you can just point your camera ANYWHERE, heck, even with the lenscap on and pointing it backward, and press the shutter and you will get images like this:

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    True story: on my way home, I dropped by Yosemite (and any time you can say, "I dropped by Yosemite on my way home," it has to be a great day) and heading toward the Village, I passed this rock. I turned around and found a spot to park. While I was setting up my tripod, a car pulled over on the other side, and a guy came out with his tripod.

    He then literally plopped his tripod 3 feet next to mine.

    While thinking "You gotta kiddin' me," but being a friendly Californian, I said, "Hi!"

    He probably didn't hear me, as he was looking at the scene, and he picked up his tripod, and walked some distance down...

    What a critic. Didn't like my spot, I guess.

    My theory is that my spot is perfect for a panoramic shot, but not so much for a 35mm image. That's my story, to preserve my ego, and I am sticking with it.
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    On Maui again, sunsets were odd first couple of days because of the vog (volcanic smoke from the big island mixed with the marine layer). Nice orange sun, but not many clouds. 3 stop hard grad ND filter and 4 stop Tiffen IRND filter on this one. 2 seconds at f/16 with Mamiya 45mm, Phase DF with IQ180.


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    That's full-on MAGIC!! Nicely done, Wayne.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Cade's Cove on a calm rainy day is paradise for a photographer.

    Thanks Ed. Here's another from the same day (and rainy conditions):



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    Like many of us I suspect, I'm re-processing some of my work in C1 7. This one is such a well-known picture postcard I haven't bothered to title it!

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    Five stitch pano.

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


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    After being selected by Profoto for Photokina in Köln, this series about a french farmer will be shown in Salon de la Photo in Paris, in the Profoto booth AND the Hasselblad booth ! It also has been selected for the september issue of Hasselblad Bulletin ! happy happy !
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    Chicago's Wrigley Building at sunset

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    One more...

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    I will be at the salon de la photo in Paris this year. Let me know when you will be there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    Hi everyone !

    After being selected by Profoto for Photokina in Köln, this series about a french farmer will be shown in Salon de la Photo in Paris, in the Profoto booth AND the Hasselblad booth ! It also has been selected for the september issue of Hasselblad Bulletin ! happy happy !

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    I will be at the salon de la photo in Paris this year. Let me know when you will be there.

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    Eric, unfortunately I won't be there !

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    Just before sunrise on Foothills Pkwy. in the Great Smoky Mountains



    The WB may be way off, but you get the idea.

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    Mt. Rainier ice tunnel. ARCA Swiss Rm3di, Rodenstock 32mm, Phase One P65
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    Mt. Rainier ice tunnel. ARCA Swiss Rm3di, Rodenstock 32mm, Phase One P65
    Kevin, that's incredible. Never seen anything like it. Congrats on the capture.

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    [QUOTE=tsjanik;464590]I can’t decide between two versions of an image, so I thought to ask the collective wisdom on this forum. The first image is a single exposure in portrait orientation; the second is a merge of two exposures, including the first which renders a landscape orientation. Everything is the image is horizontal and yet I seem to prefer the portrait version. Any thoughts?

    Thanks,

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    Tom,

    I'm a bit late rendering my personal opinion. I spent some time viewing both, and can easily make a case for both orientations. The vertical composition emphasizes the sky and the horizontal, the water. I love following the meandering lines of the waters edge in the horizonatal image and this makes the landscape orientation feels a bit more relaxing. The portrait version is "bold" and more dynamic in my opinion. I'd love to see both printed larrge. Nice!

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    I haven't shot color film in ages. Last time was probably in 2007, when I shot 100+ rolls of Provia/Sensia with the XPan. Looks like Provia 120 is also pretty good too:

    (View large here: http://richardmanphoto.com/PICS/20121109-Scanned-49.jpg)



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    Lindt Chocolate... Photos you can taste

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Kevin, that's incredible. Never seen anything like it. Congrats on the capture.

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    Thanks Joe! A really cool place. As you went downstream the snow gradually arced further overhead until it became a true tunnel. Didn't feel like going in - lots of water streams from above dripping on my ARCA didn't seem like a good idea. Thanks for the feedback.

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