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    This was a lazy effort! I didn't get the 600mm out (with its need for careful support) but used my 6x7 300mm f4 EDIF plus 645A 1.4x converter - paired with the 645Z. As a result, a very heavy crop was required!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Love the feel of this one. Looks slightly over-exposed but could be my monitor.
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    Good stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Love the feel of this one. Looks slightly over-exposed but could be my monitor.
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    Still on honeymoon with the 645Z, absolutely loving how much information the file retains.






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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Love the feel of this one. Looks slightly over-exposed but could be my monitor.
    Thank you, Ed. I appreciate the comment.

    There is really nothing in this image that hits saturation. The cloudy water thing is tough, partly because we never see it--only the camera does. Controlling the tonality is tricky. It can easily become gray and dull if pulled down too much or a blank wall if it pushed up. Because it is water, I think we feel intellectually like it needs some substance, but it is really more like fog. My initial impulse was to pull it down and give some form, but it is more like a classic Chinese landscape of mountains in mist.

    We talk so much about the gear, it is nice to talk about the interpretation of an image. My wife actually wants me to print this, which I think is going to be a challenge. I am going to see if Epson has a white in their ink set.
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    I've been away from the forum for a while, on a 6 week camping trip across Canada, usually without WiFi! But I've processed a few images on my (unprofiled) laptop. Most will await my return home this weekend.

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    Coal Harbour, British Columbia.

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    Bear Lake, BC.

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    Just in case you folks have not gotten your leaf fix this year, a little homage to fall color.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Equipment: Arca Rm3di, Phase One P65+, Schneider 60mm XL, f13
    Technique: 3 shot stitch, 15mm left, center, 15mm right, LCC's applied, C1 v8, Resulting file size: 425 Mb (19 x 45" @ 300 dpi)
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    Notes: THANK YOU Phase One for incorporating highlight/shadow recovery as a gradient mask!!! Been waiting for years for this. Performs very well in C1 v8
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    Fall colourless

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    Thompson River Canyon, BC.

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    My son´s first leporelo/folding picture-book/



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    Here's a pano of the Chicago skyline from the steps of the Adler Planetarium last night. H4D-40, [email protected], f11, 45 secs
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    Another shot of my son..



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    Guanella Pass, CO
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    Credo 40, Mamiya 35 f/3.5

    Got this lens off the internet for a pittance. Amazed by what I can achieve with it. Needs corner correction in C1P, but that's about it.
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    Abandoned on a lonely prairie.

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    Another view of the Chicago skyline from 360 Chicago (formerly hancock observatory) located on 94th floor of the John Hancock building. PITA place to shoot at night b/c they don't allow tripods and the reflections are difficult to control for. Made due with some vent box and my jacket to brace the camera. Hasselblad H4D-40, [email protected], f8, 32s, iso100
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    Tonight saw a powerful storm cell sweep across Sydney. The unusual thing was that the front was narrow, with a clearance following close behind - just in time for sunset, while the storm continued to rage overhead. Most unusual. I wasn't able to capture the lightning or the storm clouds themselves (pity - that was epic!), but I did get the weird sunset effect through the tempestuous sky.

    Oh, and because it was bucketing it down with rain, I couldn't set the tripod up and do a long exposure, so this was taken handheld (snatching the shot quickly to avoid drenching the equipment too much) on ISO1600.

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    Couple of other shots taken around the same time (which actually look remarkably un-stormy):

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    Hmmmmm.

    IQ180, LS150, experimenting with a ring light and high speed sync
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    Quote Originally Posted by awolf View Post
    fantastic image. Such a cool little island, almost like something from a fantasy movie. where is this?

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    Dawn, Kelsey Bay, BC.

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    A few from last weekend. All from Whiteface mountain in the Adirondacks of New York State. The first shows the ski center and the trails used in the 1932 and 1980 Olympic alpine events. The second, a view of the summit and its weather station; the third is a view of Lake Placid (the lake, the village is at the upper left of the lake and surrounds Mirror Lake - go figure) from the summit. If you look carefully at the lower left of the lake, you can see two motor boats and wakes.

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    Another from the Adirondacks that illustrates why it is such a Mecca for canoe enthusiasts: Hoel Pond.

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    Grew up in Colorado, but haven't been back for a couple of decades. Snow and fog in the Colorado Rockies ... forgot how magnificent they are.


    On the road to Keebler pass, Phase One DF/ IQ180, mamiya 45mm, 1/40th at f/16, iso 35



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    Hi,

    Nice images but I would crop both the top one and the bottom one.

    On the first image I feel that both the "unfinished" top of the mountain in middle and the sky are quite a bit disturbing. Cropping out both would make the image better IMHO.

    The third one has a dramatic sky but the top part is just dark. I would consider to crop away the top on that image, too.

    The images are great, it is just that I feel some creative cropping would make them better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    A few from last weekend. All from Whiteface mountain in the Adirondacks of New York State. The first shows the ski center and the trails used in the 1932 and 1980 Olympic alpine events. The second, a view of the summit and its weather station; the third is a view of Lake Placid (the lake, the village is at the upper left of the lake and surrounds Mirror Lake - go figure) from the summit. If you look carefully at the lower left of the lake, you can see two motor boats and wakes.

    Untitled_Panorama2 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr


    _IGP5081 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr

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    Pentax 645D, Zeiss 250mm Superachromat
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    Wil...Great picture but I've seen it in B & W
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    Quote Originally Posted by ErikKaffehr View Post
    Hi,

    Nice images but I would crop both the top one and the bottom one.

    On the first image I feel that both the "unfinished" top of the mountain in middle and the sky are quite a bit disturbing. Cropping out both would make the image better IMHO.

    The third one has a dramatic sky but the top part is just dark. I would consider to crop away the top on that image, too.

    The images are great, it is just that I feel some creative cropping would make them better.

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    Hi Erik:

    Thank you for your suggestions. You are quite correct about the image of the Whiteface ski center - the missing top of the mountain is disturbing. In way of explanation, this is a personal snapshot, not intended for anything other than memories. I lived in the area many years ago and wanted a shot of the trails and the mid-way lodge in autumn. I decided to post this since some readers might like to see the Olympic trails and left the top trails as they were part of the downhill. The image of Lake Placid I quite like. There is structure and detail in the clouds on my monitor and the heavy cloud cover is as it appeared: rays of sunlight bursting through the clouds to illuminate the lake below.

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    Chief Mountain MT, photographed from Alberta. The green on the rolls of hay is real!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    fantastic image. Such a cool little island, almost like something from a fantasy movie. where is this?
    Thank you. That is China Camp State Park, in San Rafael, CA
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    Lovely shots! I too feel that the third shot could benefit from a slight crop top and bottom - but it's full of atmosphere just as it is :-)


    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    A few from last weekend. All from Whiteface mountain in the Adirondacks of New York State. The first shows the ski center and the trails used in the 1932 and 1980 Olympic alpine events. The second, a view of the summit and its weather station; the third is a view of Lake Placid (the lake, the village is at the upper left of the lake and surrounds Mirror Lake - go figure) from the summit. If you look carefully at the lower left of the lake, you can see two motor boats and wakes.

    Untitled_Panorama2 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr

    Untitled_Panorama3 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr

    _IGP5081 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr

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    Hi,

    Thanks for responding!

    Just as an explanation, when I am shooting I often do it with cropping on mind. Sometimes I plan to stitch, instead of cropping a wide angle image, started doing at (Godafoss waterfall on Iceland back in 2006), this is quite often, specially on medium format. Sometimes I stitch so I get a more square composition sometimes to get a wide aspect ratio.

    So I don't feel bound by the aspect ration of the camera/sensor, but vary aspect ratio to fit my vision.

    I can also mention, when I print large (above A2) I normally try to fill the frame. Choose a frame as close as possible to the aspect ratio of my subject.

    The image below is a good example. I made it for an exhibition, it is stitched from two vertical frames on the Sony Alpha 99, and cropped to taste. For the exhibition print I resized it to 80x60 cm, which was closest to my intended crop.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Hi Erik:

    Thanks you for your suggestions. You are quite correct about the image of the Whiteface ski center - the missing top of the mountain is disturbing. In way of explanation, this is a personal snapshot, not intended for anything other than memories. I lived in the area many years ago and wanted a shot of the trails and the mid-way lodge in autumn. I decided to post this since some readers might like to see the Olympic trails and left the top trails as they were part of the downhill. The image of Lake Placid I quite like. There is structure and detail in the clouds on my monitor and the heavy cloud cover is as it appeared: rays of sunlight bursting through the clouds to illuminate the lake below.

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    Erik,

    What is this a picture of?

    And why is it in an MF thread?

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    Hi,

    Yellowstone National Park, Lower Falls, seen from Artist's Point Outlook.

    The reason it is on the MF forum is that is used as an illustration on a short discussion of cropping/stitching. My suggestion is really to ignore the aspect ratio of the camera and go for the natural aspect ratio of the image!

    I would say that the image is relevant in the context.

    I don't have any MF image that made it to an exhibition yet. Would I have an MF image of that shot I would have used it, but it was taken before my venture in MFD. Also, I am not sure that I will carry MFD stuff on a 24 hours trip with three flights each way. A very valid point, in my view. I want to carry MFD stuff on flights but is a major concern.

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    Erik,

    What is this a picture of?

    And why is it in an MF thread?

    Best regards

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    View from my tent in the Adirondacks:

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    Nice. Is that image taken with your new Pentax 645Z, Tom? We're still waiting for your review...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdphotography View Post
    Nice. Is that image taken with your new Pentax 645Z, Tom? We're still waiting for your review...
    LOL Ken. If Guy is the CEO of enablers in Dante's Inferno you must be the entire Board of Directors. It was taken with my old 645D; a two shot stack at f/8 with the 600mm. I don't have the Z yet, but the high ISO performance is a convincing improvement.

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    Pacific coast, BC.

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    Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ380 |

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    645Z plus 25mm f4 DA - pano using 5 frames (each bracketed):

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Really nice
    Thank you. It is a 6 shots pano taken with a RD90MM. A 1.3G file, 78 X 36 inches at 300dpi, you can actually see people in windows, and count bricks on the walls. What a magnificent lens. Now if I only had a wall big enough to hang it on
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Hi Ed,

    How do you assemble the bracketed images? My latest attempts were no so successful, so I am a bit curious.

    Great work, as usual!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    645Z plus 25mm f4 DA - pano using 5 frames (each bracketed):

    [IMG]PanoFromFiles_IMG4755-69Step7sRGBCropSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (215k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]

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