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    A pastel pastoral Palouse evening - a study in red, yellow and blue

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    few new ones
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    Real cool image in every aspect awolf!
    thanks, that is the new, exquisite, Bay Bridge
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    Had some fun yesterday, too. The building's skin is made from metal, so it's really rust.

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    I always use Phocus when I convert my raw-files and it works wonderful. But on my computer it's very slow. I've been trying LR with my Hassy since I use it with my Nikon. But I feel LR has not done a very good job with my Hassy-files when i compare to Phocus. I then decided to try the camera calibration in LR using x-rite color checker.

    As test object I used my dog Wilma. Her fur always gets LR in trouble. I often get strange color cast, especially when shooting fully open. With my new camera calibration it looks like LR will work satisfying.


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    Couple images from Acadia National Park , Maine

    All shot with the IQ 260

    This image SK 60mm XL lens. Several second exposure



    Roadie 23mm lens. Love this lens . About 12 seconds



    Roadie 23mm just playing around

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    Having a difficult time deciding between these two. Acadia National Park, IQ140 HR 40



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    I prefer the lower one - but it is a question of taste - both are nice images.
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    Very large pano. Shot with the IQ 260 and SK 60mm with a 5 shot pano

    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Very nice Guy.

    Are these 5 vertical shots? I'm very interested in getting a SK60 for stitching purposes.

    How many mm of shift is a shot like that?

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    [QUOTE=Bryan Stephens;541261]Having a difficult time deciding between these two. Acadia National Park, IQ140 HR 40

    Hi

    Both nice

    I like the top on better

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    Quote Originally Posted by wryphotography View Post
    Very nice Guy.

    Are these 5 vertical shots? I'm very interested in getting a SK60 for stitching purposes.

    How many mm of shift is a shot like that?
    Those are pano Shots so just rotating the camera for 5 shots. Not the SK 600 is one of the biggest image circles of 120 mm. So maybe one of the best stitching lenses you can buy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Very large pano. Shot with the IQ 260 and SK 60mm with a 5 shot pano

    Came out fantastic Guy!

    Here is a color version same place, same time.

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    Got to shoot with the IQ260 Achromatic back and I can say this is one incredible piece of gear. B&W 8x10 shooters finally have a great digital upgrade path.

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    I'm having a fantastic time at the CI/GetDPI workshop in Acadia. It is great to spend time with such accomplished and passionate photographers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    I'm having a fantastic time at the CI/GetDPI workshop in Acadia. It is great to spend time with such accomplished and passionate photographers.

    Wonderful Shot!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Those are pano Shots so just rotating the camera for 5 shots. Not the SK 600 is one of the biggest image circles of 120 mm. So maybe one of the best stitching lenses you can buy.
    I love these shots you and Ed are doing, I am so depressed now living in Shanghai - need to channel the depression into a positive way. Say hi to Dave and tell him I will start using my full spectrum 45+ so watch out!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Got to shoot with the IQ260 Achromatic back and I can say this is one incredible piece of gear. B&W 8x10 shooters finally have a great digital upgrade path.

    Great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Very large pano. Shot with the IQ 260 and SK 60mm with a 5 shot pano

    Great Sky - Great foreground - Great shot !!
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    Thanks folks. Ed and I are really enjoying the workshop and having a lot of fun with everyone here. We happen to have the one of the few Acromatic back in the world at the moment in the new IQ 260 flavor. I did not think much of them before and Wow this thing rocks. So Ed and I been shooting it as much as we can. Been shooting the IQ260 as well and this is the back to own. Coming from the 160 the new back is really amazing. Oh boy do I have the itch to get back to MF. There is just nothing like these files. Our shots above are just so rich in detail and quality if file. We will post more as we go and our days are loaded with shooting. We have a full Leica S2 kit with several lenses including the new zoom 30-90 so I'm hoping to spend a day shooting that as well and we have a Leica M monochrome to play with as well. Lots of amazing gear at everyone's disposal . Okay 4 am need shower and head out to shoot the ocean again this morning. I'm getting my fill of water shooting and I love it.
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    A behind the scenes shot from Acadia. Guy is light painting on the left edge and Bryan is sort-of visible in the foreground.



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    Couple more uploads from Acadia. Ocean View here IQ 260 with 47 TS lens.





    This one I went in a little strange direction. LOL

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    And one from this morning. Sorry about the dust...

    Edit: Fixed the dust!



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    And another violent sunrise..

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    One with the 23mm Roadie in the mist of the morning.

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    Guy, it's great seeing you posting MF images again!
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    Little different view of the light house. Maybe better said last space to fit a damn tripod on the rocks. For a closed National park you would not know our moronic politicians closed our national Parks. This was sunset and going back in morning. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Guy, it's great seeing you posting MF images again!
    Thanks bud, I need to make this permanent and get back to the tech cam. Im having fun with it and maybe a better direction for me as my art looks pretty damn good if I say so myself.
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    One with the 23mm Roadie in the mist of the morning.

    Guy,even as a jpeg this has lovely color and clarity ,what is the equivalent of the HR23 in 35mm format,does it cover a full IQ260 sensor,I read somewhere that its made for a smaller sensor than the full IQ260 sensor.. is this true?

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    IQ260 HR 40 5 image stitch

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    In Sweden we call this tree Rönn. I'm not sure, but I think you recognize it as Rowan or Mountain Ash. The are so beautiful when turning from green to red.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan Stephens View Post
    IQ260 HR 40 5 image stitch

    Just imagine this as a huge print hanging on a wall.. fantastic,a cornucopia of beautiful colours ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Got to shoot with the IQ260 Achromatic back and I can say this is one incredible piece of gear. B&W 8x10 shooters finally have a great digital upgrade path.

    Ed...Wow! This is one of the best pictures in this forum! Pramote
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Thanks bud, I need to make this permanent and get back to the tech cam. Im having fun with it and maybe a better direction for me as my art looks pretty damn good if I say so myself.
    I've always subscribed to the thought that working with a tech cam (any tech) cam made me a much better landscape photographer and while the DF is "nice" my heart always soars when I use my tech cam. I hope you can get back into it soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    Guy,even as a jpeg this has lovely color and clarity ,what is the equivalent of the HR23 in 35mm format,does it cover a full IQ260 sensor,I read somewhere that its made for a smaller sensor than the full IQ260 sensor.. is this true?

    Rob
    It's 17mm in 35 mm world and no it works with all the backs . It's limitations are only 2mm of movement on full frame sensors. On the IQ 260 I am not finding the need for a CF filter if your images are not too dark in the corners for noise but your LCC completely cleans up any color cast.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Thanks folks. Ed and I are really enjoying the workshop and having a lot of fun with everyone here. We happen to have the one of the few Acromatic back in the world at the moment in the new IQ 260 flavor. I did not think much of them before and Wow this thing rocks. So Ed and I been shooting it as much as we can. Been shooting the IQ260 as well and this is the back to own. Coming from the 160 the new back is really amazing. Oh boy do I have the itch to get back to MF. There is just nothing like these files. Our shots above are just so rich in detail and quality if file. We will post more as we go and our days are loaded with shooting. We have a full Leica S2 kit with several lenses including the new zoom 30-90 so I'm hoping to spend a day shooting that as well and we have a Leica M monochrome to play with as well. Lots of amazing gear at everyone's disposal . Okay 4 am need shower and head out to shoot the ocean again this morning. I'm getting my fill of water shooting and I love it.
    Thanks for the update. When you say " Coming from the 160 the new back is really amazing." is this about performance and features or about the quality of the files?

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    Two versions. As the fog was starting to lift..



    and a minute later...



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    Matt --- I like one minute later ---- great capture!
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    Eagle Lake in Infrared using the Phase One Achromatic back.

    IQ260 Achromatic, Cambo AE, HR70, two shot stitch

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    First time shooting products and Models with FPS. For Henry Julien Lunettes

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