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    Finally got around to editing some more work from my Canada trip this last summer.. Really like how this shot of Lake Moraine came out.

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    Same location, similar time of day, Hasselblad V, film.
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    What so special about the Caribbean? We have white and sandy beaches in Maine...

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    Some shoe-porn:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    What so special about the Caribbean? We have white and sandy beaches in Maine...
    I hope you had your sunblock on

    I see the snow is firm enough to ski skate; nice place for a ski!
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    Quote Originally Posted by awolf View Post
    I much prefer the lightness of this image as well. Great images you post. Taken from Pont du Carrousel?
    Did you have any trouble using a tripod?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I much prefer the lightness of this image as well. Great images you post. Taken from Pont du Carrousel?
    Did you have any trouble using a tripod?
    Thank you. Yes, that is where I stood. No problem with tripod whatsoever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Lovely!!
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    Agreed, lovely shot Will
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    Shashin: ..great beach shot Which lens you used?

    Here is one shot from september with Mamiya 120/4 macro on Leica S2 (split screen served great:-):


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    Quote Originally Posted by aCIDfire View Post
    Shashin: ..great beach shot Which lens you used?
    Thank you and the others. That was with the DFA 55mm standard lens for the 645D

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    Thanks for all the 'likes' - I really appreciate it.
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    Going through some older shots. Montana. I really thought this would be special when I took the shots, but somehow it falls short. Any thoughts as to why?

    _IGP7856 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Tom, I think it is the foreground. The horizontal linear pattern is disrupted by it. It would also probably work better big.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Going through some older shots. Montana. I really thought this would be special when I took the shots, but somehow it falls short. Any thoughts as to why?

    _IGP7856 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    I also think its the foreground.. just cropped it to see how it looks..

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    Thanks Will and Robert. It is obvious now that you have pointed this out. What attracted me to the scene were the strong horizontals*, which were disrupted and somewhat overwhelmed by the foreground.




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    Original post said "verticals"; my Epson printer is acting up with vertical banding, hence my preoccupation with vertical.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Going through some older shots. Montana. I really thought this would be special when I took the shots, but somehow it falls short. Any thoughts as to why?

    _IGP7856 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    I also think its the foreground.. just cropped it to see how it looks..
    Too tight. This was a response to RVB’s crit: dunno how it came out like this. It’s after 3am here in the southern hemisphere, and time for bed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Going through some older shots. Montana. I really thought this would be special when I took the shots, but somehow it falls short. Any thoughts as to why?

    _IGP7856 copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    Crop out the rocky broken stuff on the bottom—that will smarten up the comp, giving it some nice layers to concentrate on. IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    Crop out the rocky broken stuff on the bottom—that will smarten up the comp, giving it some nice layers to concentrate on. IMO.
    NO , don't crop out the bottom .
    Why must an image be smart ? You dont crop off bottom , left or right from a Monument Valley or COLORADO river image just to make it look smart .
    IMO , the rough foreground we see in the image is just wonderful and gives a great DoF for the image .
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    I love these examples - getting to see what everyone would do to an image. So I'll play!

    I like all the elements, but found the foreground dark and indistinct. Out of curiosity, I also expanded the middle in color space using LAB mode and increasing contrast on the A and B channels. This may be too far from the original idea.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    nice mood, Awolf.

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    Ok, I'll bite - Maybe concentrate on the patterns and lose a lot of the uninteresting foreground. Added a little vignette top / bottom to bring in the eye.
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    I haven't shot much this fall, I've been too busy getting engaged and other things. We had good weather in Pittsburgh today, finally.



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    A square because no one else has done this yet. (I miss my Hasselblad Classic)
    Added a little more saturation since I was seeing 'stripes of color' that could be brought out; added center brightness, cropped and frame.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    I love these examples - getting to see what everyone would do to an image. So I'll play!

    I like all the elements, but found the foreground dark and indistinct. Out of curiosity, I also expanded the middle in color space using LAB mode and increasing contrast on the A and B channels. This may be too far from the original idea.


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    Thanks everyone, now I know why I am confused by this image! I like the vignette and I like the lightening of the foreground. I have to ask Matt, what do you mean by expand the color space?

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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    [CENTER]
    A square because no one else has done this yet. (I miss my Hasselblad Classic)
    Added a little more saturation since I was seeing 'stripes of color' that could be brought out; added center brightness, cropped and frame.
    Hi Darr:

    I really like this and I don't think square, even though my first real camera was a Yaschia MAT 124G.
    We should do this more often: an image with potential but needs some help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Thanks everyone, now I know why I am confused by this image! I like the vignette and I like the lightening of the foreground. I have to ask Matt, what do you mean by expand the color space?

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    Tom,

    I should have said "expand the range in the color space". If you convert the image to Lab space, you get three channels. L is luminance, and we leave that alone. a and b are two coordinates that determine the color. PS lets you apply level adjustments to any channel, so increasing the contrast of the a and b channels moves the colors further apart. It's supposed to be good when there are a lot of very close colors that you want to make more distinct - canyon walls are the usual example. I think you can see it here in the distance where there are purple horizontal stripes. Or I may be imagining it.

    Here's what happens if you go about three times too far. It's not the same as increasing saturation, although it does look more saturated. This was applied to the whole picture. The sky and foreground don't change that much.



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    Re: Fun with MF images

    As Matt says ... the 'Canyon Conundrum' which will make sense to followers of Dan Margulis and his excellent book about journeys into the use of Photoshop LAB color.

    Great for stretching color range without introducing nasty saturation side effects.
    Ylem ...

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    Thanks Graham and Matt. I am aware of Margulis, but have not spent any time with his books; perhaps you're prescient, I think you answered the question I was about to post (interrupted by dinner):

    Hi Matt:

    I can see the effect. Maybe this is too complicated to reply briefly, but what is the advantage of using LAB over HSL?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Hi Darr:

    I really like this and I don't think square, even though my first real camera was a Yaschia MAT 124G.
    We should do this more often: an image with potential but needs some help.

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    Hey Tom,

    I agree, we should do this more often. After all, this thread is titled: "Fun with MF images." When I first saw your image, I saw the possibilities of a panoramic composition, but then it was already done, so I thought I'd pull out my Hasselblad. I shot Hassys for 15+ years as my portrait camera back in the day and from there I learned to see like a square. I believe a lot of things in photography is practice until it becomes instinctual. I always enjoy seeing your images and looking through this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post

    I can see the effect. Maybe this is too complicated to reply briefly, but what is the advantage of using LAB over HSL?
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    The short answer is: I'm not sure.
    Longer answer: I thought about it, then googled "hsl vs. lab" and the answer seems to be: try it and see what works. I only tried it because of the Margulis book. PS has a billion ways to accomplish any given thing, and so I tend to stick with recipes until such time (if ever) that I am proficient enough to roll my own. I seldom use Lab expansion, but this looked like it might be a candidate. After trying it, I think working with the color editor in Capture One would be better. I'm really no expert, and there are many on these fora!

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    Thanks Matt. I remember reading some material about LAB several years ago. I also seem to remember a suggestion that a RGB->LAB->RGB conversion was a process that lost some data and perhaps that's why I didn't continue. I could be wrong about this.

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    Thanks Matt. I remember reading some material about LAB several years ago. I also seem to remember a suggestion that a RGB->LAB->RGB conversion was a process that lost some data and perhaps that's why I didn't continue. I could be wrong about this.

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    Hey Tom

    I think that part of the problem is the dreaded horizon in the middle plus as has been said a large and overwhelming foreground. i think i would have tried to get closer to the ridge of the foreground and got low to the ground with a wide angle.

    I like your idea of posting images which can be reworked by others just to try out differing thoughts. Great exercise for all concerned
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    Hi Woody,

    I couldn't get physically closer. I was standing on the shore of a lake/reservoir and the cliff you see is on the other shore. I couldn't get optically closer either as I was using a 600mm + 1.4x. I was attracted by the horizontal pattern and the low clouds are part of that, hence the horizon in the middle. This is an "almost" image*, but makes for interesting conversation.

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    The sky was dull and did not complement the colors of the autumn trees so I worked to bring out the blue. In addition, I used f/2.0 to bring out the rather flat subject from the background and making the sky and clouds softer in contrast to the front subject. This photo is for Darr who misses her classic. The photo was taken with one of my favorite camera and lens: Hasselblad 205FCC/CFV-16 II + 2.0/110 FE.
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    Constrain to Our Time and Place. The photo was taken with the Phase One DF camera/Hasselblad CF-39 + Mamiya Sekor 35mm AF.
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    Mamiya AFDIII, 120mm, ZD back:

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSon View Post
    The sky was dull and did not complement the colors of the autumn trees so I worked to bring out the blue. In addition, I used f/2.0 to bring out the rather flat subject from the background and making the sky and clouds softer in contrast to the front subject. This photo is for Darr who misses her classic. The photo was taken with one of my favorite camera and lens: Hasselblad 205FCC/CFV-16 II + 2.0/110 FE.
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    Thanks Matt. I remember reading some material about LAB several years ago. I also seem to remember a suggestion that a RGB->LAB->RGB conversion was a process that lost some data and perhaps that's why I didn't continue. I could be wrong about this.

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    L*a*b* is the mode used internally by PS, as I understand it, and it is a larger colour space than RGB (and CMYK) so conversions between it and RGB should have no losses (except as a result of changes made whilst in L*a*b*).

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    Stopped in at the River Bottom in Florence AZ yesterday for a good burger. The barkeep is a photographer as well and had never seen or held o 80 megapixel camera before so you know what came next...


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    Evening!

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    Elegant and exquisite as usual.
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    Elegant and exquisite as usual.
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