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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Here's a forest of Saguaros from yesterday during the storm. DF/IQ160 and the Mamiya 120 macro



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    Don, I really like the light in this shot, it makes the Saguaros come alive.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Here's a forest of Saguaros from yesterday during the storm. DF/IQ160 and the Mamiya 120 macro

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    Planet Earth? Take me to your leader ...

    Great colour and mood!
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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.
    Alien and Prometheus are exactly what I thought of when I looked at this image.. personally I would prefer the image without the rail,shooting it with and without the rail would be the smart move.. either way I love it..

    P.S I have the 28mm and its awesome.. BTW you should watch Prometheus on Blu ray.. great imagery

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    Going through some older shots: Wiconsin barn, very slight Orten effect.

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    Nice Tom! Isn't that the shot with all those bird you posted some time ago in this forum? I really was impressed with the shot and your capture. Congrats!

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    Yet the same place, Saint Exupery Airport.



    A sureal and very interesting/creative shot! I would also opt to remove that short fencing (metal barrier) that on the right lower side of the image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Here's a forest of Saguaros from yesterday during the storm. DF/IQ160 and the Mamiya 120 macro



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    Subject matter, lighting, composition (which isn't easy in this enviorment)..all elements that synergistically work together to make a successful image! I personaly think it works in a slightly larger size when printed.

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    Thanks guys ! Rather than removing it with PS, I think I'm going to shoot it again. I like wasting time when it comes to do "the good" shot.

    This week I'm going to shoot the Simulator Hall where AirFrance Pilots do their training. It's not far from this spot. Two birds with one stone (is that correct ?).

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    I have been looking at that image again and again .
    I would not remove the fence . That fence gives me the feeling , human beeing is not far from that place . Without that fence , I would feel lost .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    I have been looking at that image again and again .
    I would not remove the fence . That fence gives me the feeling , human beeing is not far from that place . Without that fence , I would feel lost .
    Actually, with our without the fence, the question I should ask myself is "what do you want to tell with your photograpy" and the fact is that I just did this picture instinctively, graphically. Maybe I should put more story in my series.

    another one for the Sci-Fi fans, the spaceship corridor !

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    Saguaro National Park -West this morning...



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    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    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..
    No offense intended but there is no way I would remove that bike rack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    Thanks guys ! Rather than removing it with PS, I think I'm going to shoot it again. I like wasting time when it comes to do "the good" shot.

    This week I'm going to shoot the Simulator Hall where AirFrance Pilots do their training. It's not far from this spot. Two birds with one stone (is that correct ?).
    No offense intended but there is no way I would remove that bike rack. It is the only reality in the image so to speak.
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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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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    No offense intended but there is no way I would remove that bike rack. It is the only reality in the image so to speak.
    Ed, simply for the sake of discussion, I personally believe whether to remove the rack or not may depend greatly on the photographer's intended use of the image (among other things). I feel this especially the case with this type of sureal image. I think once knowing that, a lively discourse among viewers could take place as to whether removing it or not would construct a stronger image.

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    Well, if the photographer did not want the bike rake there, why did he put it in there?

    I believe the more we conceptualize a photograph and clean it up, the less life it has. Life is far more interesting than we can imagine it to be. I find the rake an important element. I totally agree with Ed.
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    Well, if the photographer did not want the bike rake there, why did he put it in there?

    I believe the more we conceptualize a photograph and clean it up, the less life it has. Life is far more interesting than we can imagine it to be. I find the rake an important element. I totally agree with Ed.
    I didn't realize the photographer put the rack there...was that really the case? Maybe I missed him stating so.

    As a stand alone image without knowing the intent of the photographer or why he decided/needed to shoot this image, I agree, the inclusion of the rack adds a interesting element to this image. If his intent was to photograph a futuristic scene, I'm not so sure what role the rack plays...interesting maybe but also possibly out of place and/or a distraction. I may be in the minority with this one but this was my initial impression.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    If his intent was to photograph a futuristic scene, I'm not so sure what role the rack plays...interesting maybe but also possibly out of place and/or a distraction.
    Or maybe it was showing the "Don't teleport to work day" was not such a big hit.

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    But seriously Dave, the rack is in the photo, so whether the photographer moved it there or simply used in his composition, he put it there. Personally, I don't believe the artist's intent has any meaningful baring on a work. It does not matter what the artist intended, it is what the audience sees that matters. Once a work is out there, the artist has no control over its perception.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    But seriously Dave, the rack is in the photo, so whether the photographer moved it there or simply used in his composition, he put it there. Personally, I don't believe the artist's intent has any meaningful baring on a work. It does not matter what the artist intended, it is what the audience sees that matters. Once a work is out there, the artist has no control over its perception.
    Hi Shashin,

    I'll make a brief comment but I don't want to derail this thread, which is primarily about posting MF images. For myself, if an artist, (such as a photographer) states their intent in presenting an image...I'll first judge whether that image meets the artsits stated intent. Afterwards, I might judge the image solely by itself as it stands alone without any preconceived mention of what the photographer was trying to convey. That's just me...others might initially view such an image from a different perspective...and I can most certainly respect that.

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    Well, when I went their, to be honnest, it was the first time I was doing this kind of photography (I can't say "architecture" photography, because I don't pretend to be one and to have the skill), so it is very new to me (but I like it !)

    I saw the fence in the viewfinder before shooting and I asked myself "do I remove it or not ?" and I can't really tell you why I didn't remove it. As I said before, maybe because when I went to shoot, I didn't have any precise story to tell.

    Then, when I opened it in Lightroom and started to post-process the image, I find that shot to be like a futuristic place, nothing else. I didn't think about sci-fi, because if I did, I would have removed the fence, obviously (to me).


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    Matías, a very cool image! I like it a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wentbackward View Post
    Matías, a very cool image! I like it a lot.
    Thank you Sir !
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    This one makes me think of the famous "woosh"



    you can notice a plane taking off at the right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    This one makes me think of the famous "woosh"



    you can notice a plane taking off at the right.
    Very nice shot, which camera and lens?
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    Very nice shot, which camera and lens?
    Thank you Professional, this was done with H3DII-39 and HCD 28mm at 50iso and f11, and PP in LR4.

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    Thank you Professional, this was done with H3DII-39 and HCD 28mm at 50iso and f11, and PP in LR4.
    Very nice, like it, you did a great job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    This one makes me think of the famous "woosh"



    you can notice a plane taking off at the right.
    I am a big fan of images like this that bring out the surreal color of light casting a totally different mood. Nicely done.
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    I am a big fan of images like this that bring out the surreal color of light casting a totally different mood. Nicely done.
    Ed, thank you for your kind words !
    Just for fun, here is the HD jpg...

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    No offense intended but there is no way I would remove that bike rack.
    No offence taken Ed,it does show once again that art and aesthetic's are very subjective,there is no right way, just how the viewer perceive's it..with or without I would like that shot..

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    Lake Erie shore, approaching front (as always).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Those dimensions can't be right. You look taller in my imagination.
    Ok I'm busted, it's 69" and I just rounded to 5-1/2'. It's also 138" not 12'.

    That said, just about everyone looks short standing next to Don so all is relative.
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    Model "shoot out" for a local brand.
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    From a comercial shoot in my studio. One exposure, not manipulated.


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    "Still not doing landscape Lediard" strikes again... on my way to a photo-job today I just had to stop... with scenery and light like this I find it hard to resist...


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    Roadside fence, Lake Erie.



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    NB The strange halo around the fence is an artifact of the jpeg conversion; it's not present in the original.??
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Roadside fence, Lake Erie.



    20130126_3669 by tsjanik47, on Flickr

    NB The strange halo around the fence is an artifact of the jpeg conversion; it's not present in the original.??
    Looks more like over-sharpening than jpeg artifacts unless the jpeg quality is something like 10%
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    More snaps with my Leica S and 120mm.

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