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    Colors, 645D, Palouse









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    Impressive stuff, Ashwin. Love it!
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    Aberdeen WA "Used" Swing Bridge M645 55mm P45

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    Ashwin, I really like your photos of Palouse. I was there last Friday afternoon through Saturday afternoon - not enough time. I hated to leave because the light was really good Saturday.

    What focal length did you use for the shots at Steptoe. The longest I have for my S2 is a 180mm and I would have liked to have a 300mm - 400mm for a little more compression and reach.
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    Hi Mark, thans so much. Saturday's Steptoe sunset was awesome, alas..... I had my 400 mm f/5.6 available for many of the compressed teles.... Very useful on Steptoe
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    Thank you for the reply Ashwin. That confirmed what I thought. Your 400mm looks plenty sharp considering the Putnam County Growers grain elevator in your first color photo is approximately 3 miles away.

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    Carroll st bridge, a brooklyn style swing bridge, pulled back and forth by the cables and capstans.

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    Taken several years ago on Provia with a 645N; I much prefer the way film handles the sun vs digital. Taken while salmon fishing in Prince William Sound, AK. Somehow reminds of Maxfield Parrish.

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    Impressive stuff, Ashwin. Love it!
    +1! That first image Ashwin is a stunner and bet it would look exceptional hanging as a large print on the wall.

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    Tom, lovely image...tranquil and the separation of of tones is particularly impressive.

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    Now that we are finally back home after Sandy, I am looking at some images I made last winter. These are from February on Long Beach Island, NJ. Awsome skies. Pentax 645D and 45-85 FA lens.
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    Old shot from France, Les Landes.
    From the sand dunes at the Atlantic beaches.
    Late evening.

    RZll, 140mm M-L/A, P45,

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    Hello All,

    Leica recently posted my work with an S2 on a couple of their blogs. Scott Tansey: A Profoundly Panoramic Vision of the World, Part 1 The Leica Camera and Scott Tansey: A Profoundly Panoramic Vision of the World Part 2 The Leica Camera. Hope you enjoy the images and the words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    Old shot from France, Les Landes.
    From the sand dunes at the Atlantic beaches.
    Late evening.

    RZll, 140mm M-L/A, P45,

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    Love it! Love it...!
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    A few from Palouse with the Leica S2







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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Gowin View Post
    A few from Palouse with the Leica S2
    WOW! Fantastic photos
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    Thank you very much. However, quiet honestly it isn't very difficult to get good photos at the Palouse. It is a beautiful place.

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    Finally managed to get to Bryce during the window where Thor's Hammer is above the horizon when the sun rises. The path is pretty steep and as the sun moves south you move up the path. This means you can only get this shot for a few weeks each summer near the summer solstice. A little challenging, this is using 2 Tiffen Glass Grad ND filters, a 2 stop soft and a 3 stop hard. In post processing I dodged the top of the hammer and rocks to the left and right to remove the darkness from the filters (sometimes this is easier to do than blending in PS later).


    ArcaSwiss Rm3di/IQ180, Rodenstock 70mm, 1/4 sec at f/16, ISO 35. About 8mm of shift. (8 shot stitch).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Gowin View Post
    A few from Palouse with the Leica S2







    Am I the only one who doesn't see images?
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    I can see them on my iPad and although I posted the images, they do not reside on my iPad and I am not logged into my hosting service. Therefore, I believe the image links are working. Hopefully, others will chime in because I need to know if I am having a problem with service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Am I the only one who doesn't see images?
    could be ... I can see the images in the quoted part of your message

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Gowin View Post
    I can see them on my iPad and although I posted the images, they do not reside on my iPad and I am not logged into my hosting service. Therefore, I believe the image links are working. Hopefully, others will chime in because I need to know if I am having a problem with service.
    I can see them fine - Safari, on my Mac.
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    OK it's an IE problem, I can see them fine with Chrome. Very nice photos.

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    One more, just for Bill CB

    That evening on the beaches at the Atlantic sea was in some way a revelation for me regarding light and the intimate landscape.
    I have some times thought about going back just to do a larger series of photos on this theme.
    One day..

    The same set up as the previous photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    One more, just for Bill CB

    That evening on the beaches at the Atlantic sea was in some way a revelation for me regarding light and the intimate landscape.
    I have some times thought about going back just to do a larger series of photos on this theme.
    One day..

    The same set up as the previous photo.

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    Ray, there is something special about the light at the water's edge. Here is a shot I like very much, taken during the fall on a Lake Erie beach. Most of the plants seen are milkweed, very important to Monarch butterflies, since it supplies their poisonous defense.

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    Ray, there is something special about the light at the water's edge. Here is a shot I like very much, taken during the fall on a Lake Erie beach. Most of the plants seen are milkweed, very important to Monarch butterflies, since it supplies their poisonous defense.

    Tom
    I think it is the sand that is one part of the special light we often get at a beach. When I work with details there, it often even works ok to take photos at midday. I get the feeling that the sand helps to reflect some of the light and diffuse it, reducing the overall contrast.

    This is such an example.

    AFDlll, 150mm AF, P45+

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    Mamiya AFDII + AF 55/2.8 + ZD


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    Not an image you would expect to see from the Palouse, but one morning we found ourselves wandering down a dirt road into a small canyon and came upon this lovely scene. This is taken from the bridge across this small stream which is much wider than the image makes it appear. Very quiet except the wonderful sound of the water, one of my more enjoyable experiences capturing an image.


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    Some film stuff from me..
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    Taken last Saturday, at wife's yoga teacher training final (which she passed :-) ).
    Between her fulltime job and the training, she's not had not had a day off since April. She was quite relieved to have wrapped it up successfully.
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    From a recent job.. 7 shot pano with the H4D-40 and the HCD28...

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    You've got to love the architecture in Chicago - so many views.

    Cambo, rody 55, iq180, 2 shot stitched

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    Not the usual landscape shot. Rest stop on US 90 in South Dakota. The lonely vastness of the mid section of North America is startling when unaccustomed to the emptiness. I see that feeling in this shot. 645D, 35mm.

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    Tom, it is a great landscape for tornado shoots due to the lack of obstructions (or as other say, shelter).

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Not the usual landscape shot. Rest stop on US 90 in South Dakota. The lonely vastness of the mid section of North America is startling when unaccustomed to the emptiness. I see that feeling in this shot. 645D, 35mm.

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    I like the idea behind this...
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    Tom, it is a great landscape for tornado shoots due to the lack of obstructions (or as other say, shelter).
    You're right about the weather. Here's a shot of a front taken a day earlier; amazing storm. Sorry about the oversaturation, I was experimenting with HDR.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    From a recent job.. 7 shot pano with the H4D-40 and the HCD28...

    I really like your work Nathan. This shot is another fine example. There seems to be so much going on - Controlled complimentary color pallet -neutrals, blue and that orange-red. Graphic composition with separate framed areas. Nice lines and a large negative space for your logo or the clients copy. Wondering how hard it was to balance the lighting. It seems that if you would have moved an inch in any direction the composition wouldn't have come together. The only thing that slightly bothered me was that he escalator steps disappeared with a long exposure or is this some kind of conveyor belt system (I don't get out much, at least to metro areas). Very nice indeed. Thumbs up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    You're right about the weather. Here's a shot of a front taken a day earlier; amazing storm. Sorry about the oversaturation, I was experimenting with HDR.


    _IGP3718 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    The saturation looks good with this shot. I for one, was weened on Fugi Velvia, and am fine with saturation as long as it doesn't go too far. That is one of my on going battles with myself when processing files. I think I need to sometimes tie my fingers down to prevent using too much contrast or saturation. I am always wary of overdoing it and unfortunately the saturation slider sometimes wins.

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    The third time I've processed this one from scratch. Always something to redo. Regarding saturation, I may have gone too far.

    Pentax 645D, FA645 200mm, ISO 100, f/11, 30 seconds.

    This was the last shot before it got really dark with just a slight remnant glow from the western sky. It is underexposed but I was able to rescue it in Lightroom. Processed two versions in Lightroom. One with a fair amount of noise reduction used for the water, and the other with only slight NR for the rocks - Blended in Photoshop. An older file. Haven't gotten out lately.

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