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    Mamiya AFDIII, ZD back, 55mm:

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    DF/IQ180 f/32 1/0.5 ISO 35 just a little breezy but was able to correct some using anti-shake filter in PS-CC.
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    Last one for today...



    Handheld, DF/IQ180 55 LS f/2.8 1/3200 ISO 35
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    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?

    Tom
    It depends on how you want to separate color from luminance. Lab allows some great control to eliminate color problems with mixed lighting. I am not sure why you would go to a HSB or HSL space as Photoshop can handle those just as well in RGB. Ed got me using off using normal in ps layer masks for curves and start to specify luminance or saturation.
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    Eastern Alberta. IQ180, 80 mm SK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Eastern Alberta. IQ180, 80 mm SK.

    My maternal grandparents were homesteaders in South Dakota. I love images like this and always wonder about the people who lived there. Who were they, why did they stop here and why did they leave?

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    645Z, 35A, grab shot, no tripod, no grads, the sun just peaked out to light the boats for a few minutes.
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    Yes, Tom, I ask the same question. This building must have been someone's pride and joy a century ago. In another century there will be no trace left. Bittersweet, I feel.

    Interestingly, someone still crops the grass around it....

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    Mamiya AFDIII, ZD back, 300mm APO and 120mm:

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    If one thinks that I should be taking lots of interesting photos with my new 645Z, well...



    Although I do like this one; handheld ISO3200, 125th, f/4, 55mm
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    645Z 400A - I'll give away my Welsh roots by saying, looking at the original file, I am gobsmacked by the detail in those birds.

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    The evening before the heavy rain.
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    Day after the rain. Quick shot with ALPA TC/P25+ and Digitar 35mm XL.

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    Evening

    Nice sunrise or sunset, depending on how you look at it when there's only an hour of sunlight!

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    645Z, 400mm A Heavily cropped. Obviously this camera isn't a wildlife camera This bird is actually on the road on a small island in the Yucatan in Mexico called Holbox. Heavy rains flooded many of the sand roads making them impassable by golf cart, the mode of transport on the island. I learned first hand that the roads were impassable
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    Another abandoned homestead in Eastern Alberta just north of the Montana border.

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    Storm season continues in Sydney... Blended files shot over around 15 mins (645Z plus 35mm A lens and Lee 3-stop ND):

    [IMG]LayeredLightningFilesV2Step16CropSMALL by Ed Hurst, SpiffingPics (1/4million views -thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Storm season continues in Sydney... Blended files shot over around 15 mins (645Z plus 35mm A lens and Lee 3-stop ND):

    [IMG]LayeredLightningFilesV2Step16CropSMALL by Ed Hurst, SpiffingPics (1/4million views -thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
    This is one the your best Ed..
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    Thank you sir! It's very kind of you to say so :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    Storm season continues in Sydney... Blended files shot over around 15 mins (645Z plus 35mm A lens and Lee 3-stop ND):
    Wow, looks like biblical scale retribution.
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    Time for some film?
    Technical Pan 120 Expired 1986, developed with Delagi#8, H1 80mm HC, scanned on an Epson V850.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    This is one the your best Ed..
    Ed,

    This is fantastic!

    Love your images.
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    Some new Beauty work..

    Shot with Hasselblad H2, Phase One P45+ and HC 120 f4 Macro. Lit with Mola Setti.


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    Did some corporate portrait shoot in the studio today. I then relaize that i needed some new photos of myself for social medias. So this is me. If you see me somewhere around in the world, please do say hallo!


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    Ed, fantastic shot. I am curious though why you didn't do lens and perspective corrections? The distortion near the skyline is quite noticeable.
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    Thanks everyone for your positive feedback. From you guys, that means a lot to me :-)

    Carsten - it's a good point. I debated that with myself for a while and left it because somehow the distorted feeling seemed to suit the wild scene. But I will do a tweaked version soon and upload for comparison. Love getting suggestions...

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    Here you go...

    Two changes made - lens perspective tweaked. And foreground water motion blurred to make the accumulated lightning strikes look more plausible. I tried the same with the sky, but too much drama was lost in the clouds...

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    Ed, if I have money, I'd purchase that print.

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    I'm usually a big fan of perspective corrected shots, but I think I like the uncorrected version better. The buildings leaning in adds to that ominous end-of-the-world feeling. Ed, they're both fantastic!

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    I do prefer the new version, but the first one was great too. It does look like there is moustache distortion still in the shot? Just judging by the waterline... Maybe I am seeing wrong, and the shoreline is fooling me.
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    Last edited by awolf; 14th December 2014 at 19:43.
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    Some fun with my son and a Leica S & [email protected]
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    Thanks again everyone for all the positive feedback and encouragement.

    I know what you mean Carsten - but I think the curved shape of the coast line is indeed at least partially responsible. The 35mm A lens, being a manual focus lens from the 1980s, does not allow automated lens corrections (though the later 35mm FA does), so I am doing all this by eye.
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    Richard - that's a lovely thing to say. PM me if you would like to discuss ;-)

    All the best,

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    Iceland

    Black beach at Vic



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    Pentax 645Z plus 6x7 75mm f2.8AL lens.

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    This evening was not one of the best sunset from Key West.

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    From last year. Finally put this together, 9 shot focus stack.


    PhaseOne DF/IQ180 with PhaseOne 28mm, 1/3rd sec at f/12, iso35

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    645Z plus 150mm f2.8 FA lens. Shot hand-held at ISO 3200.

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    Mamiya AFD III, 300mm APO, ZD back:

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    Afternoon

    Today I have mostly got beard envy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Tom,

    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!

    Best,

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    An interesting thread about LAB for those with an interest.


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    Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ380 |

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