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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    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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    We seem to see similar skies and process them to about the same result; not too surprising really, since we see the same weather. This was done with a layer in multiply mode with masks (645D and 35mm A):


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    Pentax 645D + 55mm lens:

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    We seem to see similar skies and process them to about the same result; not too surprising really, since we see the same weather. This was done with a layer in multiply mode with masks (645D and 35mm A):

    Tom, IMHO this is one of your best yet
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    Tom, IMHO this is one of your best yet
    Thanks Jack, that's quite a compliment coming from you. I have a few shots I like from a self-imposed picture-a-day project I did for 6 months. I recommend that project to anyone who is in the photographic doldrums. I would not have gotten this image had I not needed to get a shot before dark -forced me out the door. Of course the project also produced some pretty dull images too, like my stove at 11 at night - an act of desperation before time was up for that day.

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    Tom,
    I remember that shot well. It's a great photo. A style similar to what I sometimes try and do. I'm glad you reposted it.
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    This was taken with a Horseman SW612 and 55mm lens. This is a festival in Japan.



    This is an exciting day for me. My wife and I have officially started our indie publishing company. Our first book, an iBook, was released today in the Apple iBook store. This image is from the photo essay. It is kind of neat to think it is available in 52 countries.
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    Congratulations Shashin! Anytime one begins a endeavor such as the one you described, it's most definitely an exciting day for you both! Great Image and wonderful to see all that's going on in the captured image. Best of luck!

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    Tom what I love about your "Crooked Brook" image and others you've recently posted, is your ability to capture the calmness and serenity of a scene without having to resort to what I'll refer to as bombastic elements that may momentary excite the senses but which sometimes fade quickly after a few viewings. The power of such images such as yours, often relates to how we all personally have encountered similar scenes and often think about how we would go about capturing it's mood without loosing something in the translation. Nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post

    This is an exciting day for me. My wife and I have officially started our indie publishing company. Our first book, an iBook, was released today in the Apple iBook store. This image is from the photo essay. It is kind of neat to think it is available in 52 countries.
    Congratulations! Good luck with the endeavour.
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    Congratulations Shashin! Anytime one begins a endeavor such as the one you described, it's most definitely an exciting day for you both! Great Image and wonderful to see all that's going on in the captured image. Best of luck!

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    Dave and Graham, thank you.

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    Bonneville Salt Flats
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    Ed,

    Looks like the trip the salt flats paid off. Pleasure to meet you in person, hope to meet up again some day.
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    My son,profoto lights and a H4d-50 with a 100mm 2.2..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    This was taken with a Horseman SW612 and 55mm lens. This is a festival in Japan.



    This is an exciting day for me. My wife and I have officially started our indie publishing company. Our first book, an iBook, was released today in the Apple iBook store. This image is from the photo essay. It is kind of neat to think it is available in 52 countries.
    Congratulations Shashin!
    Great news and I hope the best for you.
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    Pramote, thank you!

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    Ed,

    Looks like the trip the salt flats paid off. Pleasure to meet you in person, hope to meet up again some day.
    The pleasure was all mine Wayne. I'll hang around your neck of the woods anytime.

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    Today from south of Park City, UT

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    10 shot stitch H4D-40 and the HCD28mm

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    Story Bridge in Brisbane. Pentax 645D and 45-85 zoom (at 45) - 14 shot stitch.

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    Found this guy watching me as I shot in Devils Tower WY. I changed the back from the WRS to the DF and added a 300mm. Not too certain what he was trying to express.....

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    737 Boeing Simulator : HCD 28 + profoto

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    But shouldn't the Boing simulator be on fire?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Found this guy watching me as I shot in Devils Tower WY. I changed the back from the WRS to the DF and added a 300mm. Not too certain what he was trying to express.....

    Fleas?
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    Sunset heron - after a fight, I suspect!

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    10 shot stitch H4D-40 and the HCD28mm

    That's a great a wide angle shot. Would you mind sharing what stitching program you use. Seems like when I try to stitch this many wide angle shots together I get a lot of bending and curving of the horizontal and vertical lines in the result.

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    First image post as a member, go easy on me! Made a quick trek up to North Caroline for some shooting this weekend. Not sure if I like the edit or not but here's what I came up with to start. It's been raining like crazy in the South this summer so everything is crazy green.

    Cullasaja Falls outside of Highlands, NC
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    Here are two to go with Bills beautiful heron image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GlenC View Post
    That's a great a wide angle shot. Would you mind sharing what stitching program you use. Seems like when I try to stitch this many wide angle shots together I get a lot of bending and curving of the horizontal and vertical lines in the result.

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    Hi Glen, glad you like it I use Autopano Pro, dont let the auto part confuse you, it is one powerful program with plenty of options!
    Here I used RRS panohead and rail and made sure everything was level before making the shots...
    Once in the mac I chose in this instance the Planar projection from the many choices, and you can see rendered previews of the different types of projections before you do the final render... Planar worked best here, but on some panos speherical works better...
    APP rarely fails to make a good stitch, and the better the work with the camera the better the stitch, especially with very wide angle lenses...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Hi Glen, glad you like it I use Autopano Pro, dont let the auto part confuse you, it is one powerful program with plenty of options!
    Here I used RRS panohead and rail and made sure everything was level before making the shots...
    Once in the mac I chose in this instance the Planar projection from the many choices, and you can see rendered previews of the different types of projections before you do the final render... Planar worked best here, but on some panos speherical works better...
    APP rarely fails to make a good stitch, and the better the work with the camera the better the stitch, especially with very wide angle lenses...
    Thanks Nathan, I really appreciate you sharing so much, it gives me a good place to start.
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    645D plus 25mm DA

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    Another one with 645D + 25mm DA:

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    A few portraits with the Pentax 645D, along with the 150 mm f/2.8 FA and occasionally the 75 mm f/2.8 FA lens...Portraits at Pike's place....









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    One of Seattle...my "Postcard"

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    Ashwin, I like that last portrait...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Sunset heron - after a fight, I suspect!

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    Lovely shot.

    Was that taken with your 240mm lens?

    And was this hand held or on a tripod?


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    Shot a few photos at a county park and boat landing here in Door County. Not the pure nature stuff I like doing, but a nice exercise, and a reminder to get out and photograph. I should be on the prowl for more photos of this type. It was fun and a couple a real challenge to process.
    Not being at all knowledgeable about ships, I had to rely on a placard at the site to try and accurately come up with the titles. I decided to call the Door County Maritime Museum and left a voice mail regarding the Mueller. I finished these up and they are provided for your viewing enjoyment.
    Although, there is a problem. It seems the Mueller is laying at the bottom of Lake Michigan. June Larson from the museum kindly returned my call, but not until after I had these done. Thirty three years ago when she produced the placard, it was thought that this ship relic was the Mueller. Divers have found the real thing so now it's a mystery to what ship this is. June says she will attempt to research this.................................
    News alert. June just emailed me with a response. The ship is the Vermilion. I will fix up the titles. My previous post in Behind The Scenes that are titled Mueller are wrong so please disregard.

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    Just sorting through a job ready to deliver to client and thought I might share a favorite shot or two...
    H4D-40 80mm and profoto gridded magnum
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    H4D-40 80mm profoto gridded magnum


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    H4D-40 HCD28mm @f4.8

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    H4D-40 HCD28 @f22 1.4 seconds....
    Might look like dodgy photoshop on the windows but in fact it is light reducing silver foil blinds that give this effect...

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    Nice photos Nathan. Hope your equipment survived the flying debris, sparks, and flames.
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    H4D-40 HCD 28 circular polariser

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    Nice photos Nathan. Hope your equipment survived the flying debris, sparks, and flames.
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    Thanks Rick So far so good... I do get in close and I suppose one of these days my lens will get a red hot spark on the front element... I have burnt my hair and hands so its only a question of time... but then thats what insurance is for!

    Oh and digging the propeller shot, the way the sun kisses the lower blade makes the shot for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
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    Lovely shot.

    Was that taken with your 240mm lens?

    And was this hand held or on a tripod?


    Thanks in advance

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    My heron shot - Yes, 240 mm, centre portion of the frame only, hand held but resting on a rock! I took about ten shots but this was the only sharp one as it was getting dark and I needed a long exposure. I also took some with my Sony a99 which were very very similar!

    The bird was not wounded - the "wound" is simply scapular feather revealed by a gust of wind from behind. Thanks to Douglas for pointing this out!

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    645AFD+Mamiya ZD + 150/3.5 AF


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    Nice set, Ed. That fourth shot in particular.
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