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    Near Buffalo, WY.

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    Went up a very wet and windy (very windy!) Teesdale this morning, managed a bit of shooting between the squalls. These are from the Lower Force area. Ixpress 528C, 500cm and 50mm CFi.

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    H4D-50 and HCD 28mm,Harlem...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


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    I see your gravitating towards architecture Pramote.. ;-)

    These are loverly shots..
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    Two more.
    Alan,consider using flickr or a similar site so you can embed larger images..

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    B&W version...
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    Hi Rob,
    I will have to look into this. I think as a subscriber I can create an album on here but have not got around to it, will have to have a proper look at how you do it. I know it is a bit of a pain having to click on the image and have to wait for it to load.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Hi Rob,
    I will have to look into this. I think as a subscriber I can create an album on here but have not got around to it, will have to have a proper look at how you do it. I know it is a bit of a pain having to click on the image and have to wait for it to load.
    Alan flickr is free and you can upload full res images,you get 1TB as standard ,I haven't tried the gallery here yet but it's fast,another one that quite a few people use is zenfolio..

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    I see your gravitating towards architecture Pramote.. ;-)

    These are loverly shots..

    Thanks very much Rob for your kind words! Architecture photography is something I'd never done before and want to explore, especially with a tech camera.

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    Went up a very wet and windy (very windy!) Teesdale this morning, managed a bit of shooting between the squalls. These are from the Lower Force area. Ixpress 528C, 500cm and 50mm CFi.
    Alan...I love and enjoy the series of your work with MFDB.
    Thanks very much for sharing, my friend!

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    One from yesterday 10-26-13 at LongWood Gardens. Delaware.
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    Andalucia, Spain


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    Another from Abraham Lake, AB. 240 mm LS.

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    Alan, nice colors!

    It looks like we have some common ideas

    I have spent this weekend is south of Sweden, in Söderåsen nature reserve.
    This year, this date was to late for peak color. Two years ago, it was the perfect time for fall color...
    Now it was lot of bare branches and orange/brown leafs, a bit dull.

    The second day it was a lot of wind, so I decided to try out an idea to visualize the 3-dimensional movement of the wind against the mostly 2-dimensional movement of water.
    But I would have liked to have had a bit more dynamic movement in the water, so I think your picture is more dynamic
    (Your second photo in post 13762)

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    How many climbers can you find?

    Hint: more that five.
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    I have only shot three times this year. (Don't ask.) Yesterday I went home for a few hours, less than two dozen shots. I like this one.

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    and this one.....

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    One more:


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    But I would have liked to have had a bit more dynamic movement in the water, so I think your picture is more dynamic
    Thanks Ray, Yes there is a theme but not uncommon given the mutual interest we and others have on this type of subject. Mind you it was so windy it was more a case of adapting my vision to the conditions. This one was converted using DXO filmpack 3 and I am quite pleased with the conversion.
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    Another with the 240LS. This lens is enabling me to take shots I otherwise would have reached for my Sony/telephoto for.

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    Fall seems to be the theme; many of us appear to be in the Northern hemisphere. A local creek:


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    Another taken today in western NY, looking north across Lake Erie. The distant shoreline is Ontario, Canada and the city on the horizon is Niagara Falls Ontario, which is about 60 mi away. Nice air today.

    NB: the difference in temperature between the lake and the air often introduces optical effects, the buildings aren't that tall! If you would like to have an idea of the distance, input Forestville, NY in Google maps and look north until you find Niagara Falls.


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    Hey Pramote,

    In almost every way, I love this shot! Just one thing... Maybe I am being pedantic, but do you happen to have a version with the whole bench (the one on the left) included? The way it is cut off seems slightly abrupt to my eye.

    Thanks so much for posting your wonderful work.

    All the best,

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    Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ380 |

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    That's lovely!

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    That's lovely!
    Thank you, Ed.
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    Pramote

    I do like this image very much .

    But the converging lines , IMHO , lower the good image very much .
    You obviously have 5 big spots on your sensor , which you can not see on the posted image .
    But what is that in the background of the sky ?
    It looks like a kind of canvas .

    I took a screen shot , reduced the converging lines a bit and worked around a bit with SILVER EFEX PRO .
    The more contrast you put into the image , the more you will see what I mean .

    Please have a look to my attached sample .




    Attachment 78421

    Click on the small image twice and you will see the test image enlarged and see what I mean .
    What I say should not be understood as criticism . I would just like to understand what happened.

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    RZIID+Aptus54s+50/4

    5 images stitch


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
    Hey Pramote,

    In almost every way, I love this shot! Just one thing... Maybe I am being pedantic, but do you happen to have a version with the whole bench (the one on the left) included? The way it is cut off seems slightly abrupt to my eye.

    Thanks so much for posting your wonderful work.

    All the best,

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    Thank you very much Ed!
    Yes I cropped the left side to be agony with the right side of the image.
    Same here to you! I truly enjoy and appreciate your quality work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Pramote

    I do like this image very much .

    But the converging lines , IMHO , lower the good image very much .
    You obviously have 5 big spots on your sensor , which you can not see on the posted image .
    But what is that in the background of the sky ?
    It looks like a kind of canvas .

    I took a screen shot , reduced the converging lines a bit and worked around a bit with SILVER EFEX PRO .
    The more contrast you put into the image , the more you will see what I mean .

    Please have a look to my attached sample .




    Attachment 78421

    Click on the small image twice and you will see the test image enlarged and see what I mean .
    What I say should not be understood as criticism . I would just like to understand what happened.

    Best Jürgen

    Hi Jurgen..Thanks very much for your kind comments!
    Not at all! I appreciate your friendly comment. I've learnt every day from this forum.
    The spots are something annoying. I was probably too tired to fix it
    The lines you saw happens when you manipulate the picture too excessively, especially in B&W. It is a sensor limitation, even the IQ180 has them. I've seen quite frequently when I use " Saturation/Structure" in Silver Flex Pro.

    Best,
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    OK Will, now I want a Russet.

    And I have to blame you for this unfulfilled craving

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    Yellowstone.

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    Love it. I must admit however, I would not have cropped the left side, so I'm interested in why you decided on this this view.
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    I just liked it. I shoot full-frme and so I use the entire image area. If I showed the whole apple, then I have lots of space top and bottom. I think this is a nicer solution. I also think by hitting edges you are creating more intimacy--you are so close you can't show the whole thing type of idea. I also chop the top off people's heads for the same reason. I don't mind cutting the side as psychologically the viewer will complete the shape. I think if I were shooting a square format I might show the whole fruit, but then again, maybe not.

    There are other thing going on here as well which are very subtle. The surface is titled forward which makes the apparent perspective a little odd, but not obviously odd (you also need an apple that does not have a flat bottom). The background is not vertical.

    Anyway, I wanted to blog about apple varieties in Maine, but not be too obvious in the presentation, part of that was in the crop, part of that was not using perfect fruit. I shot a handful of apples and I was just having fun with the setup. I was looking for something that would work with all the apples. I also found the crop useful on one apple to hide a cut. Over the next few weeks I will post the rest. For the most part, the style seemed to fit the apples I had, although I might reshoot one if I can find the variety again--the one photographed was honored by join us for dinner.

    If it is any conciliation Tom, my wife did not like the cropping either, at least not until it got posted. It is growing on her. Regardless of the photo, it is a great apple. Or to be more precise, it was a great apple... ;-)

    Here is the setup.



    Different apple (you will see it later). The stage has a goniometer to change the plane. It also rotates and slides forward and backward. A simple softbox above. What is missing is a fill card I hold under the apple during the exposure. (One other note, the lights are LEDs I bought at Lowes. I wanted to see if I could get good color from the household variety.)

    Oh, one more thing. I know I should not say this as it will open up a whole can of worms, but this was shot at f/32.

    But that is probably more than you wanted to know... (Maybe I should have just said I am too cheap to buy a bigger studio.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    I just liked it. I shoot full-frme and so I use the entire image area. If I showed the whole apple, then I have lots of space top and bottom. I think this is a nicer solution. I also think by hitting edges you are creating more intimacy--you are so close you can't show the whole thing type of idea. I also chop the top off people's heads for the same reason. I don't mind cutting the side as psychologically the viewer will complete the shape. I think if I were shooting a square format I might show the whole fruit, but then again, maybe not.

    There are other thing going on here as well which are very subtle. The surface is titled forward which makes the apparent perspective a little odd, but not obviously odd. The background is not vertical.

    Anyway, I wanted to blog about apple varieties in Maine, but not be too obvious in the presentation, part of that was in the crop, part of that was not using perfect fruit. I shot a handful of apples and I was just having fun with the setup. I was looking for something that would work with all the apples. I also found the crop useful on one apple to hide a cut. Over the next few weeks I will post the rest. For the most part, the style seemed to fit the apples I had, although I might reshoot one if I can find the variety again--the one photographed was honored by join us for dinner.

    If it is any conciliation Tom, my wife did not like the copping either, at least not until it got posted. It is growing on her. Regardless of the photo, it is a great apple. Or to be more precise, it was a great apple... ;-)

    Here is the setup.



    Different apple (you will see it later). The stage has a goniometer to change the plane. It also rotates and slides forward and backward. A simple softbox above. What is missing is a fill card I hold under the apple during the exposure.
    I agree - Sometimes the crop (or cropping when shooting) makes the image much more interesting. I don't think we have to be fixed on an orthodox style (rule).
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    Different apple (you will see it later)...
    "Fun with MF..." here. I had seen the different - and it's good, that you had explained it. Because without this I looked a little bit like this guy:

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    Here is the setup.


    .................But that is probably more than you wanted to know... (Maybe I should have just said I am too cheap to buy a bigger studio.)
    On the contrary, it's very interesting. That's quite a "stage" you're using. It appears to be the equivalent of a Cube to position the apple!

    I once tried to produce a series of simple images of beautiful fruits. I wasn't really successful; the only one I was happy with is below.


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    (Taken with a Mamiya 6)
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    (Taken with a Mamiya 6)
    Really a good one Will.
    The globe afloat in the dark space.
    And I am sucker for the square format!

    But it did trow me of track for a moment with regards to what I was looking at.
    Then I suddenly realized that it was the globe!

    But you had it turned in a strange way that just showed a remote and isolated part of the world.
    Instead of showing the civilized parts of the earth.
    A very unusual way to present it

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