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    Really enjoyed looking at your image - can't explain why - probably the feeling but also the composition seems to match the feeling for me.

    Did you consciously slant the horizon line?

    Very interesting image.

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    Thanks Mal and how considerate of you to suggest the horizon is intentional. Honestly, it often takes an actual print before I detect such things. As I mentioned to Shashin once, my father often told me I didn't have my head on straight, apparently he was right I thought there was simply barrel distortion in the shot, but it was tilted about a degree. Interestingly, I prefer the tilt. The wind was about 45mph and somehow the tilt seems to convey that better (perhaps it felt as if everything was being pushed to the right.)

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    Algonquin Park Ontario. (I really should clone out the railing on the right but I don't have PS on this computer.)

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    This is just a great image - you must be really chuffed by being in the right place, with the right camera at the right time. Just fantastic.


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    IQ180 645DF 55mm lens I think - multiple exposures.
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    Pentax 645D, 35-A, ISO 100, f/11, 6 image stitch, lots of fussing.
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    S÷derňsen nature reserve

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    View over the Burning Hills, Last Chance Creek, and Glen Canyon, Utah.
    Navajo Mountain is rising above the horizon 33 miles/53 km away as the crow flies.
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    Just for fun. Taken last summer in the Palouse.


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    IQ180 645DF 55mm lens I think - multiple exposures.
    Mal, many of your images seem like illustrations and they prompt a story line in my head: Protagonist woke up after an evening of heavy drinking, blurry-eyed and with no recollection of the evening before..........
    I hope you don't find the comment offensive, but that's went through my mind.

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    S÷derňsen National park


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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Mal, many of your images seem like illustrations and they prompt a story line in my head: Protagonist woke up after an evening of heavy drinking, blurry-eyed and with no recollection of the evening before..........
    I hope you don't find the comment offensive, but that's went through my mind.

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    You are right 100% - I see the world happening at a minimum of two levels but really many more. At a first glance my images look soft and often over exposed in the lighter areas - but unfortunately this is a product of down sizing the images to share on the web. This image in question is a blend of six images of the same scene taken with the camera mounted on the tripod - my base image is always sharp and well exposed (I use GND filters and such to achieve this outcome) then I explore how I feel about the location through a range of different techniques to craft the components of the final image - some of these techniques include drawing on glass, water colour, charcoal drawings and such. When you see the images at full resolution you can dip into the real textures and details of the world we live in, it is just one has to look closely for the detail.

    Thank you for taking the time to comment - I appreciate your thoughts.


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    What a sparkling brilliant shot - it is like the city is being sprinkled with gold dust.

    Just lovely.


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    What a sparkling brilliant shot - it is like the city is being sprinkled with gold dust.

    Just lovely.


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    Thanks very much Mal for your kind words! Pramote

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    From this mornings walk in Hamsterley. Ixpress 528C, 500c/m, 50mm CFi

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    This is just a great image - you must be really chuffed by being in the right place, with the right camera at the right time. Just fantastic.


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    Thanks Mal!
    More luck than anything else - I was in a lodge eating a pre-dawn breakfast when I saw the sun rising through the fog; I deserted my bacon and eggs to rush to my cabin and grab the camera. Used Sensor+, no time for a tripod!
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    IQ180 645DF 55mm lens I think - multiple exposures.
    This is very "painterly", Mal, and it belongs on a wall as a large print!
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    This is very "painterly", Mal, and it belongs on a wall as a large print!
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    Bill, I am discussing vertical real estate in our home to see if my lovely wife will give your idea the thumbs up. You notice it is now your idea, which leaves me room to move and for you to take the blame if it doesn't work out.

    Hey, just kidding.


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    Just for fun. Taken last summer in the Palouse.


    20130720_6772 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    Awesome! I have that image in almost the same place too. The curvy road sign and the road up the hill are a classic! Nice.
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    Bill, I am discussing vertical real estate in our home to see if my lovely wife will give your idea the thumbs up. You notice it is now your idea, which leaves me room to move and for you to take the blame if it doesn't work out.

    Hey, just kidding.


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    Hey, no kidding. I play that game at home too and blame others without any guilt
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    2Shashin: that apple is super tasty!! great shot!
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    Here is some fun... Its all in Norwegian I am afraid, but I had a visit from Norwegian state TV (NRK) while doing a boudoir shoot.. so here you can see me and my Hassy in action
    There are pics and a video... Just got a mail they it will be shown on the national news this evening at 9 o'clock (pm) too
    ┼rets julegave til kjŠresten - NRK
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    Here is some fun... Its all in Norwegian I am afraid, but I had a visit from Norwegian state TV (NRK) while doing a boudoir shoot.. so here you can see me and my Hassy in action
    There are pics and a video... Just got a mail they it will be shown on the national news this evening at 9 o'clock (pm) too
    ┼rets julegave til kjŠresten - NRK
    Good stuff, Nathan. I about had to scratch my eyes out on that shot of the reporter however!
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    Red cabbage in the garden.


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    The garden.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckhfrankie View Post
    How u get this DOF ....????
    f/32 and be there...

    Well, that and three different sharpening radii.
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    When its windy, show the wind, something I've never done before (on purpose). A portion of the photo I wanted in good focus to anchor the composition. Found this tree that was exposed nicely to the wind. Unfortunately the thin tree trunks were moving somewhat also. This is a stack of several shots. The base photo was the one that had the least movement. In photoshop, did selective color masks for the red tones, and blended those together with the base shot. This is definitely something I'd like to do more of.

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    Edit - The small print I made of this looked OK, but sure is saturated when looking on it here. Future iterations of this need a bit more restraint.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    When its windy, show the wind, something I've never done before (on purpose). A portion of the photo I wanted in good focus to anchor the composition. Found this tree that was exposed nicely to the wind. Unfortunately the thin tree trunks were moving somewhat also. This is a stack of several shots. The base photo was the one that had the least movement. In photoshop, did selective color masks for the red tones, and blended those together with the base shot. This is definitely something I'd like to do more of.

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    Edit - The small print I made of this looked OK, but sure is saturated when looking on it here. Future iterations of this need a bit more restraint.
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    Did you change the colorspace to srgb before uploading the image? If not - that will skew your colors.

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    Phil,

    I edit in the Pro Photo space and then use the TK (Tony Kuyper) actions to resize and sharpen for the web. I think that action changes the color space to srgb. Then I just use the save for web command. Perhaps I should first be changing to srgb first?? I think I was overly aggressive with the saturation routine I use, and was a little too sloppy trying to finish that last one up.

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    This is the apple from the behind the scenes shot I posted earlier, Blue Pearmain. Sorry for all the fruit, but I have just been blogging about apples in Maine.
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    After all the fruit I might aswell throw in another flower.

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    Mal motivated me to show this one!

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    Bill, this reminds me of an Elliot Porter image.

    (Do people even remember who Elliot Porter was?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Bill, this reminds me of an Elliot Porter image.

    (Do people even remember who Elliot Porter was?)
    Eliot Porter is one of my inspirational photographers - I have pretty much all of his books. The chaos of nature ... (the irony being that he's best known for the intimate landscape work but I believe his passion was bird photography ... with LF!). Just wish that I had some of his dye-sub prints.

    Btw, WildRover's "Autumn's Touch" image kind of fits the Eliot Porter style too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Mal motivated me to show this one!

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    Very soft and gentle - the colours look really easy to live with - now how much vertical real estate di your wife allow for this one?

    I full size print I trust?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Mal motivated me to show this one!
    Very nice Bill; reminds me of Pointillism, particularly the yellow leaves.

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    Taken at Valley Forge Park PA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Bill, this reminds me of an Elliot Porter image.

    (Do people even remember who Elliot Porter was?)
    You flatter me Shashin! Eliot Porter is one of my muses - I love his work and have several of his books. If only I could be half as good....!

    Thanks!
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