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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Hi Tom,

    ....................I've not been lucky with HDR and stopped using it years ago due to unnatural look and oversaturation. I am looking forward to seeing how you would manage your future photos with HDR.

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    Thanks for the link Pramote, I've mostly stopped using HDR, I still use layers with different exposures but try to avoid the HDR look.

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    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.
    I must be older than you, KII an then K25 and K64 are my benchmarks .

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    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.
    Thanks for the compliments, glad you like it
    Balancing the light can be tricky, and here there is a lot of mixed lighting, I find it harder and harder to get good pics in these kind of environments, the influx of LED lighting is suddenly throwing daylight colour temps into an otherwise pretty much tungsten scene... it was bad enough before with tungsten/fluro mix, but now suddenly daylight LED in the mix.. I chose to set balance for the predominant lighting and let the LEDs on the escalator go a little blue...
    As far as the exposure goes its one shot, the Hasselblad files coped nicely with the shadows and highlights here
    Long exposures can be a problem with escalators, but this one is a kind of conveyer belt with no steps
    I spent 4 days in the Oslo area photographing four of the biggest shopping centres in Norway... I was not exactly a fan of such places before but after four LONG days marching up and down on hard concrete floors well... (My wife thinks it a dream job though and when I get these assignments she always asks to be my assistant ) Nice to be in the city a while, but nicer to be back home in the country
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    Leica S and 70mmCS....
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    Probably should be called "Lone Pine" or something equally trite....
    Lake Superior near Montreal River Harbour.

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    Bill,great shot! I'm sure the web post does not do justice to the subtleties in the bottom right.

    Also, one of my favourite spots in our great country. Just have not been able to get up there in the last couple of years.

    I spent a week up near Miller Lake last week, and was thinking of some of your posts here. Of course, I had 3 sick kids to tend to so not much shooting. Certainly have to do a solo weekend shooting in and around Tobermory before the end of the summer.

    Once again, great shot.

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    Thanks Jagsiva. I've pm'd you.
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    Some shots from Ano Nuevo State Park on the norther California coast - still very colorful out there!

    Contax 645 with 80mm f2 & eMotion75 DB:



    A trio of poppies with the 120mm f4 macro:



    Also with the 120mm macro (I believe):



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    Spruce Burl Beach WA coast M645 AFD 35mm f11 P45

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    London, South bank. 6 panel stitch.
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    Seeing AShwin and Mark's great shots of the Palouse reminded me of my own trip there in 2007. Here's one of my keepers from that trip. P45 and 300 Apo.

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    And one from today..Georgian Bay.

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    dm22 sekor 150mm f 2.8d
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    Bill, I recognize that barn from your Palouse photo. Well done. However, I really like the Georgian Bay photo. As with many of your photos of the area, it brings back fond memories of my time in Port Elgin and the few trips I made up to Tobermory. There is some really beautiful countryside in that area and the people are the nicest and most hospitable as you could ever meet.
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    And then there was rain...



    Pentax 645D and A35mm from the back garden. It has been a really wet summer in Maine so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    And then there was rain...



    Pentax 645D and A35mm from the back garden. It has been a really wet summer in Maine so far.
    Certainly has been; and, my weather is west of you - don't expect much improvement.
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    And then there was rain...



    Pentax 645D and A35mm from the back garden. It has been a really wet summer in Maine so far.
    Love the clouds, my friend!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Gowin View Post
    .................. However, I really like the Georgian Bay photo. As with many of your photos of the area, it brings back fond memories of my time in Port Elgin and the few trips I made up to Tobermory. There is some really beautiful countryside in that area and the people are the nicest and most hospitable as you could ever meet.
    +1. The combination of blue-green, clear, cold water and white limestone is spectacular.
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    [QUOTE=tsjanik;524358]Thanks for the link Pramote, I've mostly stopped using HDR, I still use layers with different exposures but try to avoid the HDR look.

    Thanks for your reply! I love your work and just want to give you my honest opinion.
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    Chichen Itza, Mexico
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    Pramote, thank you. I was out to Pemaquid Point this evening. I saw a photographer on the rocks and remembered our meeting--you had nicer weather.

    Tom, thanks for the heads up. The intense thunderstorms I don't mind, the unrelenting days of rain, not so much. I don't mind mushroom, just not in the middle of the lawn. Hopefully I can my last two cords of wood stacked before it reaches us.

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    SergeiR,

    Always a pleasure to view your lighting and composition...original and artistic!

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    A couple more London S bank....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Pramote, thank you. I was out to Pemaquid Point this evening. I saw a photographer on the rocks and remembered our meeting--you had nicer weather.

    Tom, thanks for the heads up. The intense thunderstorms I don't mind, the unrelenting days of rain, not so much. I don't mind mushroom, just not in the middle of the lawn. Hopefully I can my last two cords of wood stacked before it reaches us.
    Yes, I've seen some unusual fungi as well, including one in my backyard I had never seen before and which I later identified as Dead Man's Fingers. Very creepy. Picture link:

    Google Image Result for http://www.wildaboutbritain.co.uk/gallery/files/1/0/8/5/DeadMansFingers-Xylariapolymorpha_DSC_1976_m_w.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    SergeiR,

    Always a pleasure to view your lighting and composition...original and artistic!
    thank you

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    A few months ago, Swallow-Tailed Kite, Florida . IQ180/150mm.
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    What to do as soon as you get to the hotel room after a 12 hour commercial shoot...?
    Why, set up the camera (H4D-40 & HCD28mm) and do an 11 shot pano of the hotel room of course!



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    Nathan, where are you taking your next vacation? Labor camp?
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    Sucker for punishment or love my job? you decide...

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    [QUOTE=Bill Caulfeild-Browne;524729]A few months ago, Swallow-Tailed Kite, Florida . IQ180/150mm.

    Hello Bill,
    I have been trying to photograph these birds for years. They fly all around my home at high altitude and have provided me a great unending source of frustration, as if I needed one more....all that I can say is that I take my hat off to you,sir. All here shoupe realize how difficult these guys are to photograph...well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    A few months ago, Swallow-Tailed Kite, Florida . IQ180/150mm.

    Hello Bill,
    I have been trying to photograph these birds for years. They fly all around my home at high altitude and have provided me a great unending source of frustration, as if I needed one more....all that I can say is that I take my hat off to you,sir. All here shoupe realize how difficult these guys are to photograph...well done.

    Douglas Benson
    Thanks Douglas. You are very kind!
    The bird seemed curious about me walking through Big Cypress Reserve and circled me several times. I had the 150 mm mounted for a landscape shot, looked up and shot two frames. Luck! No time to change the lens or I would have mounted the 240 mm.

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    I must be older than you, KII an then K25 and K64 are my benchmarks .[/QUOTE]

    Tom,

    I do feel old some days, other days not. I misspoke using an overused cliche. I can't really recall the KII, but I did use K25 and K64 when I first got going. That's what the National Geographic guys used, and when I grew up, I was going to be just like them. When Velvia appeared, Galen Rowell and others really endorsed it. After starting to use it myself, it became my 95% main film. Since my intentions were for publication, and not prints, it was a great film to use. I still have quite a few 50 sheet 4x5 boxes in the freezer. They may become more valuable than gold with it's inevitable discontinuance. I love digital and my Pentax 645D, but I do miss seeing those beautiful chromes on the light table after getting them back from the lab.

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    A couple more from Pictured Rocks. I went out onto Grand Sable Dunes for sunset a couple years ago. The light fizzled and I couldn't find a good sweeping landscape shot, but I did come up with these as the light faded. I'm just now getting them processed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    I must be older than you, KII an then K25 and K64 are my benchmarks .
    Tom,

    I do feel old some days, other days not. I misspoke using an overused cliche. I can't really recall the KII, but I did use K25 and K64 when I first got going. That's what the National Geographic guys used, and when I grew up, I was going to be just like them. When Velvia appeared, Galen Rowell and others really endorsed it. After starting to use it myself, it became my 95% main film. Since my intentions were for publication, and not prints, it was a great film to use. I still have quite a few 50 sheet 4x5 boxes in the freezer. They may become more valuable than gold with it's inevitable discontinuance. I love digital and my Pentax 645D, but I do miss seeing those beautiful chromes on the light table after getting them back from the lab.

    Take care, Rick[/QUOTE]

    So, the mystery is solved. Rick, you placed this order:

    This Massive Last Batch of Fuji Velvia 50 8x10 Film Cost a Photographer $100K+

    It makes an Alpa with an IQ280 look like a bargain.

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    Shashin,

    I figure when his supply runs out I'll offer up my freezer film. This is better than a 401K.

    Cheers, Rick

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    .................... but I do miss seeing those beautiful chromes on the light table after getting them back from the lab.

    Take care, Rick
    I suspect many miss the chromes on a light table. One would expect that a back-lit lcd screen would be its equal, but itís not, for me anyway. Maybe psychological: the lcd displays an ephemeral abstraction, but the film saw the same scene you saw and was transformed in a physical way.
    I never warmed to Velvia. I once used it along with K25 and K64 (and some K 200 for really high ISO!) during a trip to New Zealand in May. The green grass in the Velvia was unnaturally bright, the Kodachromes were much more realistic, showing the fading green grass of fall.
    I enjoy your photos of the Great Lakes, keep posting please. A few of us know of their beauty, but in general, I think they are underappreciated in the photography community.

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    Tom,

    Thanks for your compliments on my photography efforts. I've been fortunate to photograph in a lot of great places, and a favorite has always been the Lake Superior region. Pictured Rocks is a nice place, and a personal project of sorts is trying to get as complete of coverage as possible. Finding those oddball little photos that tell the story of Pictured Rocks as well as photographing the iconic, classic locations is the goal. I've got quite a bit, but also some glaring holes in coverage. Nearly no winter photos and no photos from the water (an image stabilized 90mm would be great). It won't be until fall when I can get out to do some decent trips. So, most of what might get posted will be older files and a whole lot of Pictured Rocks.

    With film in the past, when receiving that parcel from the lab, with photos that might have been from a trip weeks before, it was like Christmas. It would be a gamut of emotions, hating the results, to thinking there was some winners, and then going through the process of evaluating and sorting and such. All very tactile and real. With digital, there's no real waiting, not the same anticipation. Not to complain. There's a whole lot of good with what we have now.

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    Hi Bill,
    Great image! I asume that you did not shoot this handsome devil with one of your wide angle lenses. He appears to be about to shed and they can be a touch grumpy during these times... ' best not to mess with him just now.

    DAB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pesto View Post
    Hi Bill,
    Great image! I asume that you did not shoot this handsome devil with one of your wide angle lenses. He appears to be about to shed and they can be a touch grumpy during these times... ' best not to mess with him just now.

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    Thanks!

    Actually I was quite close, kneeling with an 80 mm lens - though this is a crop of the full frame. He rattled but was more likely to slither away than attack!

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    The Bow River - before the recent flooding in Calgary.

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    Blame tsjanik. "please post more" he says so here are another two. Both with Pentax 645D, 645 35mm-A, f/16 two image focus stack (challenging). The color image used an additional two stacked layers (infinity focused) from Lightroom for additional Noise Reduction in the sky and a slight bit in the water. The sky in the color image gave me fits. The top right corner was way dark and the left side very light. After thinking I was done, the sky in the right corner was all messed up - posterized from too much pixel pushing. I think part of my problem was too many adjustments in Lightroom (and photoshop). Instead of starting over, I desaturated the offending cyans and greens that had come to life, and it seemed to do the trick. I'm using Tony Kuyper's actions to help process my stuff. Tony Kuyper Photography Sean Bagshaw has an excellent video tutorial on using Tony's actions and is highly recommended. The Complete Guide to Luminosity Masks

    I have another two or three shots from this location, one is very dramatic, that may some day get posted. Remember, blame Tom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
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    I have another two or three shots from this location, one is very dramatic, that may some day get posted. Remember, blame Tom.

    Rick


    OK, I'll take the blame; and, I'd like to see the dramatic shot too.

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    The color version is very beautiful to my eyes. It looks like a painting, but a photo at the same time. I really love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    The color version is very beautiful to my eyes. It looks like a painting, but a photo at the same time. I really love it!
    Thank you Darr. I'm glad you like it. Your feedback is very much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Seeing AShwin and Mark's great shots of the Palouse reminded me of my own trip there in 2007. Here's one of my keepers from that trip. P45 and 300 Apo.


    I love this!!!!!!!
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