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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    This is very very nice, Is this the 32 Rodenstock Stitched? Great depth, and presence - the print must look fantastic

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    This is very very nice, Is this the 32 Rodenstock Stitched? Great depth, and presence - the print must look fantastic

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    Thank you Phil. I used the 72L and stitched this image. Haven't seen it in print as I just processed it today but a super HD resolution crop is here.

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    Some melting ice weirdness from the way down under. All of these and a few hundred others were taken on a single Zodiac ride.

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    How much processing was done to these if any? I really don't shoot landscapes but the ones I have shot I always have trouble getting the sky blue.

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    Some melting ice weirdness from the way down under. All of these and a few hundred others were taken on a single Zodiac ride.

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    How much processing was done to these if any? I really don't shoot landscapes but the ones I have shot I always have trouble getting the sky blue.
    The color images have no photoshop processing. I selected auto white balance in C1 one each which gave me a pretty good looking sky. I might have adjusted highlight and shadows sliders and maybe tweaked exposure, brightness and contrast to taste. All of which was done in C1 then resized to 1200 pixels wide in photoshop.

    Best bet is to set your back to daylight WB and never use auto-white balance on the back. That should always give you a reasonable looking sky straight away.
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    "In a frozen mirror"

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    "In a frozen mirror"

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    Has the look of an illustration from a story book.
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    Pramote, I really like your take on the Great Sand Dunes!
    They become like each others antipodes almost, those two pictures.


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    Pramote, I really like your take on the Great Sand Dunes!
    They become like each others antipodes almost, those two pictures.


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    Thanks Ray! They were from a short trip a couple of years ago. I plan to revisit again and spend more time. It was a very beautiful place and people were very nice.
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    So simple, so beautiful!
    Timeless Ray!
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    Why is it always my fault?

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    With one halogen-light from IKEA in a dark room and some flower from a friend.

    I composed the image with a double cross diagonal. The green stem in one diagonal and the the flowers in the other diagonal. Then placing the light in the right corner I also got a cross diagonal made of the lights and shadows.

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    One more from my skiing vacation in switzerland:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    So simple, so beautiful!
    Timeless Ray!
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    Thanks Pramote!

    It was one of those scenes you arrive to and everything is set, you just walk up and take your picture.
    I just have to fiddle a little with the color settings

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    Those of you who have followed the thread on star trail photography will have seen various other shots (not all taken with MFDB). This one was:

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Some melting ice weirdness from the way down under. All of these and a few hundred others were taken on a single Zodiac ride.

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    I am officially jealous of your images and your travels!
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    In San Francisco for the weekend.
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    Still fam firing my new Leica S, here with the 35mm:

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    Today was a wonderful day! Me, my wife and the dog went to the beach for a walk. I do not understand why I never seems to be able to make a sharp image when handheld. When I zoom in it's a little bit soft. 1/500s should not create a problem when handheld, or should it?


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    No, you should be able to get sharp images at 1/500s--I can get consistently sharp images at 1/60s on a 40MP sensor which only has about 10% less resolution of your 50MP camera, although not at that focal length. At 120mm, 1/250 is very consistent for me.

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    I do not have the same problems with my Nikon D3x. Maybe it's related to the mirror? I've set the delay for the mirror to 100ms, maybe it's not enough?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post
    I do not have the same problems with my Nikon D3x. Maybe it's related to the mirror? I've set the delay for the mirror to 100ms, maybe it's not enough?
    If, as your note below the images says, you're shooting at f/2,2, your plane of focus is razor thin. That would be my guess...
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    San Fran Skyline


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    More sorting out my S and 35mm lens.

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    Winter returns to the Northeast (US). Female and male cardinals wishing for spring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Winter returns to the Northeast (US). Female and male cardinals wishing for spring.
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    More like they're hanging on for dear life. Can almost feel the bone chilling wind in your shot. We had an unexpected reprieve in the weather the last two days and instead of the sub 30 degree weather they predicted, we had 60 + yesterday and 48+ today. Thats all over thought and by tomorrow, we'll be emulating your weather

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    I'll just put this out there at the end of a long thread for what it's worth. When I work on a tripod for me the result is often dull and static. I see better handheld. I decided that I was kidding myself with the tech camera setup (a bunch of Alpa stuff and an IQ 180). With a lot of assistance from my friends at Camera West I traded the Alpa and back and four lenses for a Leica S and four lenses. I've left the cutting edge, and maybe the bleeding edge. This thing is tightly integrated and the glass is gorgeous. I no longer need to carry a disto, a sheet for lccs or a screwdriver. It's liberating. It's going to take it bit longer to get totally comfortable with the S but so far so good. BTW I'm not knocking those of you who do beautiful work from a tripod. This just works better for me. A few images.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    More of the same.

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    One more.

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    Congratulation to your new camera!

    I can feel the same about tripod as you do Woody. But sometimes the tripod is the right tool for the job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post
    Congratulation to your new camera!

    I can feel the same about tripod as you do Woody. But sometimes the tripod is the right tool for the job.

    No doubt about it. Nothing to prevent me from putting the S on a tripod when it's needed. The Alpa was just not real practical hand held. All I've given up is 40+ megs of resolution but the S covers 24x36 prints comfortably and that's as large as I print.

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    Been using the Nikon D800E lately, but took out the 645D with 45-70 FA, hand held and monopod. Had forgotten how lovely the files are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    No doubt about it. Nothing to prevent me from putting the S on a tripod when it's needed. The Alpa was just not real practical hand held. All I've given up is 40+ megs of resolution but the S covers 24x36 prints comfortably and that's as large as I print.
    If I wasn't doing such large prints I would be very interested in the S. The images I have seen have a wonderfully natural look to them and yours are no exception. Great feel Woody.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    If I wasn't doing such large prints I would be very interested in the S. The images I have seen have a wonderfully natural look to them and yours are no exception. Great feel Woody.
    Ed - thanks. My reactions are pretty subjective so far. I've got three lenses (35mm, 70mm, 120mm macro) and the 24mm on order. Wide open there is simply nothing to discuss in terms of distortion or aberrations with these lenses. Nothing. And they render beautifully with smooth bokeh and gentle transitions to out of focus. They have about a one stop advantage over their Rodenstock counterparts and two stops over Schneider. The 1600 ISO is better than servicable in my view. Autofocus is dead on. The camera is a pleasure to use once you get it set up to meet your needs, which in my case took a while. The keepers ratio (focus, exposure and motion blur where I expected them) is very high - again once I got the camera set up there have been near zero bad surprises.

    So far what works best for me is the same as what works with my MM. I've been carrying around a standard lens (the 70) and using the capacity to stitch and correct in PS as a virtual zoom and PC lens, translating to B&W with agressiive curves. The files are very flexible and invite abuse. I posted a few more from today below.

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    Here you go.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    This is all for now.


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Here's a shot from today for which I had great expectations when I took the shot. Not sure why it doesn't quite measure up. Any thoughts would be appreciated. It's in color, no B&W conversion. Winter in northern latitudes becomes amazingly monochrome.

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