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    DOF training. I always seems to have problem to get correct focus when using HC 2,2/100 and handheld. So some training was necessary. I know feel more secure with this lens handheld.



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    Hi Guys !

    Let me introduce another part of my work, with a friend (also photographer). It's High Def reproductions of master pieces. We're working with the French museum Musée des Beaux Arts, in Lyon.

    Done withe Pentax 645D and elinchrom lights.

    I can't put a picture, it would be irrelevant, it must be seen in... High Def !

    So, here is the link

    www.endetail.fr/laterre and www.endetail.fr/lair

    These are Jan Brueghel's paintings, circa 1610... We do not pretend to be Google Art Project, but it's kinda cool to learn from scratch a new technic.

    It's a series of 4 paintings about the Elements, Air, Earth, Fire and Water

    For the nerdz (like me), it's a 4.8Go image, 1.5Billions of pixels

    I really hope you will enjoy it !!

    come to our facebook to see some bts !
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    I can't even think what it would be with the same amount of pictures (about 100 per paintings) with an IQ280...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    Hi Guys !

    Let me introduce another part of my work, with a friend (also photographer). It's High Def reproductions of master pieces. We're working with the French museum Musée des Beaux Arts, in Lyon.

    Done withe Pentax 645D and elinchrom lights.

    I can't put a picture, it would be irrelevant, it must be seen in... High Def !

    So, here is the link

    En Detail - laterre and www.endetail.fr/lair

    These are Jan Brueghel's paintings, circa 1610... We do not pretend to be Google Art Project, but it's kinda cool to learn from scratch a new technic.

    It's a series of 4 paintings about the Elements, Air, Earth, Fire and Water

    For the nerdz (like me), it's a 4.8Go image, 1.5Billions of pixels

    I really hope you will enjoy it !!

    come to our facebook to see some bts !
    incroyable! extraordinaire! fantastique! Bravo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosphere View Post
    Hi Guys !

    Let me introduce another part of my work, with a friend (also photographer). It's High Def reproductions of master pieces. We're working with the French museum Musée des Beaux Arts, in Lyon.

    Done withe Pentax 645D and elinchrom lights.

    I can't put a picture, it would be irrelevant, it must be seen in... High Def !

    So, here is the link

    En Detail - laterre and www.endetail.fr/lair

    These are Jan Brueghel's paintings, circa 1610... We do not pretend to be Google Art Project, but it's kinda cool to learn from scratch a new technic.

    It's a series of 4 paintings about the Elements, Air, Earth, Fire and Water

    For the nerdz (like me), it's a 4.8Go image, 1.5Billions of pixels

    I really hope you will enjoy it !!

    come to our facebook to see some bts !
    These are as fascinating as they are excellent! I have enjoyed them immensely thank you for posting them.

    Douglas
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    thank you for your kind words ! Next Week... LA SUITE !

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    After a full day of commercial work I had to break out the big stopper this evening for more testing...
    H4D-40 HCD28 4 minutes and 16 seconds... I found that Phocus gave a much better image quality with way less noise when it comes to long exposures, compared to Lightroom 5 which I generally use...
    Right outside my house looking east.. virtually windless evening...
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    Nathan, that is my experience as well - Phocus doesn't leave that sprinkling of red, green and blue pixels across the exposure, while that happens all the time in LR4/5. Can't explain why, but Adobe obviously hasn't got the converter right just yet.
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    Nathan and ghoonk, that is my experience also, I always use Phocus.
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    From a shoot today for a very clever knitwear designer... This project is nearing completion... just some "atmosphere" shots today... The book comes out in the autumn via one of Norways biggest publishers... looking forward to seeing it in bookstores!
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    Hi, new guy here,

    During the day, I have a photography job at a studio, so called basement photography, mostly repro, archeological artefacts, fine art objects. But there is still time to do some private stuff, not studio-like at all:



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    Welcome, hogweed.

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    Nice work, Mikael - I especially like the portrait - superb rendering by the shallow focus HC lens.
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    Hi, new guy here,

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    It is my first photo post here I guess ;-)

    I got to a medium format digital by accident, having added a Leica S2 and some old glass, to use for my street portraits, which so far, I mostly shot with 35mm and some medium format film.

    Here is some with the S2 and mostly Contax glass:











    I used mostly the 80 and 140mm that morning and still am experimenting with all the nice lenses available now for the Leica S.

    I absolutely love to do colour now with MF digital - I have mostly been a B/W guy so far and always hated to deal with colour film scanning. The S2 and the Carl Zeiss glass really give a nice colour base to the look, I want.
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    Dirk, the skin tones are very nice. But my fav is the B&W.
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    Haha - thanks Dave!
    I fully understand you - I see things in monochrome normally ;-)

    And she indeed has something special - I have a short blogpost on my website about how this portrait came to be - it was a really interesting situation.

    There was a fashion photo shoot going on, on my way back home after a hot early morning, shooting.
    I normally stay away from such situations, as I respect the working people around and don't want to get in their way, which is what I would hate to happen to me.
    I did the same this time, but accidentally, I almost bumped into this girl, who just came around the corner, looking gorgeous with the wind blowing her hair …

    It was quick as usual, I got two frames and only afterwards realised, that she was an assistant to the photographer, bringing the model a new pair of shoes … I slapped my forehead and got lucky, to bump into this portrait - was worth the sweat and blood I guess ;-)

    This is so beautiful about doing street portraits - it's all so fast and interesting all over every time you bump into somebody!

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    Met this lovely 83 years young lady on a job today... I asked her to sit by the window and let me take her picture... she said yes
    H4D-40 80mm iso 100 f2.8 1/30s with monopod

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    I got out a couple times recently here in Door County. I've been working on a few and will post them shortly. I just got done with this one. This is a stack of 5 seperate shots with the Pentax 645FA 200mm ISO 200 at f/11. I had wanted to use my 120A - any excuse to use that lens because its so nice - but the 200mm worked better for this composition. I actually shot a total of 10 photos, but only 5 were in the focus range. I could have used a couple more in this stack at tighter focal points.
    This was a tortured mess to process. I tend to do too much in Lightroom - probably photoshop also. After Lightroom, I used Zerene Stacker to put them together. Spent a lot of time in Zerene retouching so if I'd want to do this again without as heavy a hand in Lightroom, I'd have to do all that retouching again. Augh!!
    This was done after sunset so the light would be directional but soft. With so many exposures, the light was fading a lot between the first exposure and the last so I kept it on auto exposure and started the first at 15 seconds and the last ended up at 25 seconds.
    Not sure I like this, but thought I'd share and let everybody know how it came about. This is a nice little forest of cedar trees on top of the Niagara Escarpment cliffs in northern Door County. There are many possibilities here, especially with fog. I plan on returning here often.

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    A couple more from the cliffs. Headlands Escarpment was with the Pentax-FA 645 45-85mm at 45mm, ISO 100, f/22, 25 seconds. Headlands Edge was with the same lens at 75mm, ISO 100, f/32, 10 seconds. I don't normally like using such small apertures. I didn't think much of these shots at the time. Just kind of grab shots, so didn't bother doing a better technical job.

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    Lastly, some from the waters edge at Cave Point. No big stopper, just long exposures from normal filters and twilight.

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    Yoga and big stopper... made for each other

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    Great plan. Kill the yoga guy and put his body on a rock. I love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    Lastly, some from the waters edge at Cave Point. No big stopper, just long exposures from normal filters and twilight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Great plan. Kill the yoga guy and put his body on a rock. I love it!
    SHE was most definitely alive

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    Another
    H4D-40 HCD28mm same exposure details...

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    Like that second one.
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    645D + 150mm FA lens - multishot stitch

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    PanoFromFiles_IGP8094-8100Step6CropSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    645D + 25mm DA lens. Three shot stitch:

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    PanoFromFiles_IGP8138-40Step4SpotSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Single shot:
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    645D + 25mm DA

    [IMG]
    _IGP8136Step4sRGBSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Really nice stitches Ed!
    Impressive technique.
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    La Suite !

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    This painting (and La Terre) were stolen in Nice, France in 2007 and found back in 2008 by the FBI !!

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    BTW, check the Fugu... some pictural layer is missing hence we can see the wood panel !

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    Really nice stitches Ed!
    Impressive technique.
    Thanks Swissblad!

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    From today. Pentax 645D and A 120mm Macro.

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    Jackson Lake, Grand Tetons NP

    Cambo RS, IQ180, HR40, 2 shot stitch

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Jackson Lake, Grand Tetons NP

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    I love it!!!!!
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    S2 + 70mm

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    Traditional norwegian national costume in a slightly less than traditional way....

    H4D-40 80mm f6.8 1/500 profoto flash

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    Another
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    Traditional norwegian national costume in a slightly less than traditional way....

    H4D-40 80mm f6.8 1/500 profoto flash

    I like the balance of light between the subject and sky. Nicely done!
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    Some wild weather in Grand Teton NP, same day as the previous shot.

    Cambo, IQ180, SK72L, 4 shot stitch



    HR40 two shot stitch

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    That second shot Ed is just stunning!
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