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    Crop off about 3/4 of the space between the last tree and bottom of the frame. To my eye, the composition is a little bland with the horizon and subject so close to the center of the frame. It blocks your eye from exploring instead of drawing you in.
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    I agree Ed, that crop would make a positive difference in that photo.
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    Woody,

    I appreciate the NYC cityscapes. I got curious how you were able to handle the DOF in one of your photos so I examined the EFIX data. The cool think about the new Leica S is the built in GPS module and that info gets captured in the EFIX. I was able to take the coordinates from the EFIX in your photo and enter them into Google maps. The street view from Google maps is shown below.

    This is pretty cool and at the same time pretty scary.

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    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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    Tom, first of all I love the look and feel of this (your) image! The combination of the wintery storm captured with a monchrome look and the relatively small size (in the frame) of the singular woman, who appears to be fighting the wind/snow, lends of feeling of desolation. Even though there are trees and other elements that indicates it does not appear to in the middle of nowheres, but simply seems like it is due to the look of desolation, lends a form of tension between these two elements.

    Lastly in many types of images we capture in general, especially those that are of the dramatic type (like darkening skiees of a pending thunderstorm), often our mind plays a role in the emotional feeling of these scenes and what we're able to capture on film (or a sensor) might appear to fall far short of what we envisioned first hand. For the viewer though, they don't have the luxury of seeing the scene first hand, so the impact for them is usually greater. All in alll, nicely captured!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    One more.

    This is classic Woody Campbell style !!!
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    Something to match the snow:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Gowin View Post
    Woody,

    I appreciate the NYC cityscapes. I got curious how you were able to handle the DOF in one of your photos so I examined the EFIX data. The cool think about the new Leica S is the built in GPS module and that info gets captured in the EFIX. I was able to take the coordinates from the EFIX in your photo and enter them into Google maps. The street view from Google maps is shown below.

    This is pretty cool and at the same time pretty scary.

    Attachment 68316
    That is exactly where I was standing shooting and listening for traffic in the middle of Third Avenue. Makes my case on tripods.

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    Crop off about 3/4 of the space between the last tree and bottom of the frame. To my eye, the composition is a little bland with the horizon and subject so close to the center of the frame. It blocks your eye from exploring instead of drawing you in.
    I agree with above... but with so many MP these days, I find in mood shots like this that I want the figure image VERY small in comparison to the environment (I tend to print large, min 8x10 dye sub, usually 24" high and 36-48 wide)
    You can't change this one (unless you want to try cloning the trees, but I would have shot it even wider with the figure 1/4 up and 1/4 in from side. I would have shot it from closer to the ground.

    I am sure you will get meany suggestions, but after 60+ years of looking at photos (and shooting a FEW of my own that I like) I found if you go for drama, REALLY go for it. That means two things either VERY close (then CLOSER, as the photog books will tell you) or very far. Make the observer want to know more, and being far away increases the mystery... not to say takes all pressure out of getting it in focus LOL

    Really good shot though. I see why you took it, and it certainly grabbed my interest.

    Try the crop suggestion, but take some from the side as well...like you are just about to lose the figure....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    I agree with above... but with so many MP these days, I find in mood shots like this that I want the figure image VERY small in comparison to the environment (I tend to print large, min 8x10 dye sub, usually 24" high and 36-48 wide)
    You can't change this one (unless you want to try cloning the trees, but I would have shot it even wider with the figure 1/4 up and 1/4 in from side. I would have shot it from closer to the ground.

    I am sure you will get meany suggestions, but after 60+ years of looking at photos (and shooting a FEW of my own that I like) I found if you go for drama, REALLY go for it. That means two things either VERY close (then CLOSER, as the photog books will tell you) or very far. Make the observer want to know more, and being far away increases the mystery... not to say takes all pressure out of getting it in focus LOL

    Really good shot though. I see why you took it, and it certainly grabbed my interest.

    Try the crop suggestion, but take some from the side as well...like you are just about to lose the figure....

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    So many ways to look at this image and all the suggestions are interesting. Of course some cannot be implemented, now that the moment is gone, but it would be interesting to see some of the suggested crops. Something tells more than one will have impact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    ......... Of course some cannot be implemented, now that the moment is gone,.................

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    Not entirely Dave , I can go somewhat wider as Victor suggests by adding one more frame to the stitch:


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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Not entirely Dave , I can go somewhat wider as Victor suggests by adding one more frame to the stitch:
    Well there you go! That's the advantage of modern technology Actually it would be interesting to see what the stitched version looks like.

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    Not entirely Dave , I can go somewhat wider as Victor suggests by adding one more frame to the stitch:


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    This changes the mood substantially. Having the person walking into the frame is definitely a different feel than headed out.
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    Just found this in peeking at images taken at Lake McDonald, Glacier Nat'l Park this past fall. Phase One DF/Mamiya 120, IQ160 f/4 1/125 ISO 50.



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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    This changes the mood substantially. Having the person walking into the frame is definitely a different feel than headed out.
    Agreed! Tom, I much prefer this version over the one originally posted. It gives the feeling that she has a long way to go to brave (fight) the wind/storm, which in turn strengthens the predominant focus of the image, which is the doom and gloom of the storm itself.

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    Just found this in peeking at images taken at Lake McDonald, Glacier Nat'l Park this past fall. Phase One DF/Mamiya 120, IQ160 f/4 1/125 ISO 50.



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    I love the evocative mood this images projects which for me is enhanced by the ground level perspective and close up point of focus. The background then becomes a bit mysterious, especially with the mist ofver the water. Other elements like the early/late day light on the right side in the background as well as refelcting off the water (foreground) adds to the overall effectiveness. of the image. Nicely done Don!

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    Not entirely Dave , I can go somewhat wider as Victor suggests by adding one more frame to the stitch:


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    Yes, modern technology! Hadn't anticipated you might have other frames (though often I take more pano frames than I use at one time.

    I like this. As was pointed out, a different mood, but the left frame with the tree puts the figure in an "overwhelmed by nature, but plugging on. The stoop is part of the narrative that I liked in this, it shows persistence against not only nature but possibly the ravages of age

    Ok, over-interpreting. But to OP; when people comment and probe a piece, to me it means it is working.

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    Must love Trees

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    You know Ed...if one hasn't visited this page yet and quickly scrolled down, it's sort of jarring if they stop at Tom's image directly above, and then move a little lower and suddenly see yours. His projects freezing cold, harsh conditions on the flat tundra....and a moment later after inching down the page a little, is the inviting conditon of the gentle warmth of the sun basking on the gengle rolling hillside seen in yours. That's an aside from how lovely your image is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    ........... "overwhelmed by nature, but plugging on. The stoop is part of the narrative that I liked in this, it shows persistence against not only nature but possibly the ravages of age

    Ok, over-interpreting. But to OP; when people comment and probe a piece, to me it means it is working.

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    Thanks Victor. I like this version as well. Your analysis is spot on. I don't know the woman in the shot, but she is not young. I do know the field she is crossing however, and in a 35mph wind at 14 F with driving snow it does feel like nature wants to recycle you.

    Thanks to all for comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill_Green View Post
    Stunning image Pramote! I love the simple composition and the layers of color against the sky.
    Thanks very much Bill! I really appreciate it.
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    Downloaded from my FB Account because I have only the view Pics I posted anywhere from our 3.5 weeks trip (everything stolen in LA). Anyway, till the second last evening everything was so great. Wonderful landscape, wonderful people! rem
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    and another view...;-)
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    Hello mates !

    Some night shots in the Saint-Exupéry Airport in Lyon, France.

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    Might not qualify as a tree however they do give shade at time.
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    Might not qualify as a tree however they do give shade at time.
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    I swear that his one literally pops off of the page. The 120 macro is under estimated as a landscape lens -I have the manual focus version but it's so sharp. A great lens and affordable too. Beautiful OOF transition IMHO.
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    Does this qualify as fun with MF? 12'x5-1/2' print of my Chicago river piece for Abbott Labs new HQ in Chicago. (Nasty iPhone pic - sorry)

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    I'd love to see that big print of your autumn mill shot too. I think that in-situ shots of the results are even more relevant actually!

    Not quite the same league as Ed's beautiful & monster print but my customer was kind enough to send me a pic of one of my prints on his wall:
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I'd love to see that big print of your autumn mill shot too. I think that in-situ shots of the results are even more relevant actually!

    Not quite the same league as Ed's beautiful & monster print but my customer was kind enough to send me a pic of one of my prints on his wall:
    Thanks Graham, there is something special about seeing your work enjoyed in home or office.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post
    Absolutely love this one!
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    Does this qualify as fun with MF? 12'x5-1/2' print of my Chicago river piece for Abbott Labs new HQ in Chicago. (Nasty iPhone pic - sorry)

    No Ed! To qualify for "Fun with MF", it has to be no bigger than 12'x5'-1/4'! You exceeded it by 1/4' in one of the dimensions! Therefore your printed image will qualify for the adjacent catagory of "Exceptional Fun with MF"..LOL!

    Love to see images printed big and your's certainly meets every aspect of that criteria. Lovely (and impressive). Nice work!

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    I'd love to see that big print of your autumn mill shot too. I think that in-situ shots of the results are even more relevant actually!

    Not quite the same league as Ed's beautiful & monster print but my customer was kind enough to send me a pic of one of my prints on his wall:
    Hey Graham....in some situations "size does matter", but not when it comes to the impact a printed/framed image makes in a given enviorment, especially someone's home. Your's looks just about right! I like the framing and how it fits into the decor too.

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    I swear that his one literally pops off of the page. The 120 macro is under estimated as a landscape lens -I have the manual focus version but it's so sharp. A great lens and affordable too. Beautiful OOF transition IMHO.
    Thanks Graham - I knew I had a keeper once I glanced at the back. I bought the 120 macro to get back into shooting macro and tiny stuff however once I saw how good it was on landscape I kept using it for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I'd love to see that big print of your autumn mill shot too. I think that in-situ shots of the results are even more relevant actually!

    Not quite the same league as Ed's beautiful & monster print but my customer was kind enough to send me a pic of one of my prints on his wall:
    Hear hear ... I love seeing where peoples work ends up.

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    I've been working on my lighting. Did some portraits of the family as my parents will travel to HK soon and I wanted them to have something to take back with them. RZ67, 110mm, f8 I think.
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    Yet the same place, Saint Exupery Airport.

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    Yet the same place, Saint Exupery Airport.

    This is beautiful,like a scene from a sic-fi movie.. the only thing I would change is to remove the rails on the bottom right..

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    Thank you RVB, a friend told me "It makes me think of Prometheus" but I did not see it yet. For the rails, I dit not remove it to bring some reality to the scene. But maybe it was a bad idea. What do you think ?

    It was done with 28mm and H3DII-39.

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    Here's a forest of Saguaros from yesterday during the storm. DF/IQ160 and the Mamiya 120 macro



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Does this qualify as fun with MF? 12'x5-1/2' print of my Chicago river piece for Abbott Labs new HQ in Chicago. (Nasty iPhone pic - sorry)

    Those dimensions can't be right. You look taller in my imagination.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post
    Hear hear ... I love seeing where peoples work ends up.
    Yes it is - great idea. I'd love to see Ed's print in person. Graham's looks lovely as well, if not as large; is that in Portland?

    So in the spirt, I had two MF shots appear in the December issue of Conservationist. Mine are the gulls and geese. Who says you can't use MF for wildlife?

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