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    Landscapes are not really my thing, but living in my part of the world sometimes I just cant resist... the sun is low and the mountains are high and that can make for some interesting light... on my way to a shoot today I just had to stop the van , grab the Hassy and get this contra jour shot, this was taken a couple of minutes past midday...
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    And then this shot of Sunndal and the Hydro Aluminium plant down in the valley at the head of the fjord... The sun only just lights the tops of the mountains, but a little opening lets just a slither of light hit the Hydro buildings lighting them up gold.. 254 megapixel pic from 11 shots..
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    My all-time favorite - Zeiss Biogon 38mm




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    Like I keep on saying... I dont dolandscapes...

    Smøla today the clock showed 1.33pm

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    wow. just wow.
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    AFDlll, 80mm D, P45+

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    Nathan that is a super shot. May I make a comment? ....If you crop the sky to say 6x12 it concentrates the eye in my opinion. YMMV.
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    Alan, funny you should say that.... I did crop a version to that format, but decided to share the full frame here.... I have a weakness for 2.41-1 format actually

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    Another from today... Smøla again.
    H4D-40 + 80mm

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    and another
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Nathan that is a super shot. May I make a comment? ....If you crop the sky to say 6x12 it concentrates the eye in my opinion. YMMV.
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    I immediately thought the same thing. This is a killer shot as a panoramic with just a little bit of negative space above the sunburst. However, I can also see the appeal (and certainly commercial use) of the full frame image with the large negative space at the top.
    Ylem ...

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    I just reworked it with my fave pano-format of 2.41 to 1 (cinemascope format )

    Reckon I might have to print this big and have it on the wall of my office at the new studio I move into in January

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    Stopped the van on the bridge and hand held pano iso 1600

    H4D-40 and 80mm

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    Now it would be great to see this image printed at a decent size because I feel sure the balance between emotion and information would then be told. To your credit of course.

    Lovely image.


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    Landscapes are not really my thing, but living in my part of the world sometimes I just cant resist...
    Well damn, I just couldn't imagine the things we'd be seeing here if you were into landscapes! Let me guess, your trash bin is a submission folder to National Geographic, amiright?
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    Well damn, I just couldn't imagine the things we'd be seeing here if you were into landscapes! Let me guess, your trash bin is a submission folder to National Geographic, amiright?
    Hahaha! Nice one mr! My problem is that I just cannot be arsed to get out of bed at stupid-o-clock to get the light right, no patience you see... which is why I work with portraits and commercial stuff... action action action... I have great respect for landscape photographers and even more so wildlife photographers.. sitting in a tent for a week for a few seconds of action? no thanks, not for me!

    But I am spoilt living where i am, and at this time of year sun up and sun down are at respectable times of day for people like me down to less than 5 hours daylight now
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    Hahaha! Nice one mr! My problem is that I just cannot be arsed to get out of bed at stupid-o-clock to get the light right, no patience you see... which is why I work with portraits and commercial stuff... action action action... I have great respect for landscape photographers and even more so wildlife photographers.. sitting in a tent for a week for a few seconds of action? no thanks, not for me!

    But I am spoilt living where i am, and at this time of year sun up and sun down are at respectable times of day for people like me down to less than 5 hours daylight now
    That's one of the privileges of us living in the north, the golden hour sometimes lasts three hours, both in the morning and evening lol.
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    Nathan, you are on a roll.
    Being that far north sounds perfect for landscape, I do most of my shooting in winter for the same reasons (but living in the north of England we have slightly longer days and lots of poor weather...rain).
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    I just reworked it with my fave pano-format of 2.41 to 1 (cinemascope format )

    Reckon I might have to print this big and have it on the wall of my office at the new studio I move into in January

    Awesome...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Stopped the van on the bridge and hand held pano iso 1600

    H4D-40 and 80mm

    I believe you like that 80mm very much. Anybody around here tells me it is not a good deal... to see your pictures just gets me to the point to go for one.

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    Yea, I really like the 80mm, I actually ordered my H4D-40 without it, but with the 28mm and the 50-110, but when picking it up from the dealer I saw a nice used 80mm so I did the deal... and I am so glad I did! I love this little lens, use it for many things, its great for environmental portraits, giving the nice flattering compression and yet a nice field of view to include the environment... I use it about ten times more than I ever used my 50mm on my 1Ds....

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    Just found a used one a few minutes ago and hold my hand on it. Comes from a dealer.

    Besides that I am surprised that the H4D 40 is working that great at ISO1600. My old 50MP DB only offers ISO800. But for highISO stuff I use a different camera anyway... and I ever have a tripod with me when I am around with my MF...
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    BTW: What software do you use for stitching that panos?

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    BTW: What software do you use for stitching that panos?
    Kolor Autopano Pro, by far the best stitching software I have tried. It just plain works... even on quick handheld jobs, but when using the really right stuff pano gear the results are of course even better!
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    Some older images I'm working on and you might enjoy. First is an approaching front (at about 45 mph), taken on the shore of Lake Erie with Pentax 67II and 35mm fisheye. The 2nd shot is the same front just before it reaches the shoreline; a microburst is quite apparent.
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    _IGP41693 copy 2++ by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Thx, just found it but never heard about it. I am not happy with the results PS CS6 gives me. I saw there is a free trial of that software.

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    Wow awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotom View Post
    Just found a used one a few minutes ago and hold my hand on it. Comes from a dealer.

    Besides that I am surprised that the H4D 40 is working that great at ISO1600. My old 50MP DB only offers ISO800. But for highISO stuff I use a different camera anyway... and I ever have a tripod with me when I am around with my MF...
    My tripod was in the van, but on top of this bridge, only a kilometre from the ferry back to the mainland the risk of a car coming too fast because of the fear of missing the ferry was too high.. So out of van quick and a quick hand held pano... at 100% the grain is obvious and the detail of course suffers compared to iso 100, but once printed it will still look good. At 300 dpi this would print at nearly 3 meters long! So at a normal print size not a problem.
    It is better to use iso 1600 and pull it a little than to push iso 800 in my experience. I have used iso 800 with tungsten Arri lights and I hava a full face portrait hanging in the studio window at 1m x 1.5m and it looks gorgeous!
    Of course I didnt buy the H4D-40 for high iso work, plenty of cheaper SLRs that work better for that, but it works better than expected and sometimes grain is good

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotom View Post
    Thx, just found it but never heard about it. I am not happy with the results PS CS6 gives me. I saw there is a free trial of that software.
    Yep, this blows Photoshop stitching out of the window basically.

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    +1 for Autopano, I don't use it often but it's a life saver when I do, I also like the Neutralhazer plugin.

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    H3DII-50 // HC50-110

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    Now it would be great to see this image printed at a decent size because I feel sure the balance between emotion and information would then be told. To your credit of course.

    Lovely image.


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    The image was a quick scan on my old epson flatbed. I had it drummed scanned for 40" x 40" and none of highlights are blown own out - can't wait to print it at full res !

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    The same girls as here ...

    H4D-40, HC 80mm.

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    Cliche, but fun to take (me + tripod in cold water)

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    Hasselblad 500C/M with CFV-50 digital back at iso 50, Zeiss Distagon 50mm f/4.0 at f/8.0, 1/30sec

    Natural colors & "anti-HDR" ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by edouard View Post
    Cliche, but fun to take (me + tripod in cold water)

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    Hasselblad 500C/M with CFV-50 digital back at iso 50, Zeiss Distagon 50mm f/4.0 at f/8.0, 1/30sec

    Natural colors & "anti-HDR" ;-)
    Very close to "perfect".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Very close to "perfect".
    Thanks (... very close to kitsch! ;-)

    (... btw, where did you find your models!? 'looks more interesting/fun than landscape photography ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by edouard View Post
    ...looks more interesting/fun than landscape photography ;-)
    But can turn out to be more expensive too...

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    PanoFromFiles_IGP1686-93Step14FlatSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]

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