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    A "found painting" from an I.M. Pei designed building.

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    Another not new image. I have 0 inspiration at the moment, but that makes me look at earlier shots. I've found this and I like it, the light at the horizon of Lake Erie is remarkable, but would it be better to crop out the shoreline? Any thoughts appreciated.

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    Morning

    A nice bit of fog, low sun and untouched snow yesterday afternoon, quick grab shot from the side of the road.

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    [QUOTE=tsjanik;618654]Another not new image. I have 0 inspiration at the moment, but that makes me look at earlier shots. I've found this and I like it, the light at the horizon of Lake Erie is remarkable, but would it be better to crop out the shoreline? Any thoughts appreciated.

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    Hi Tom

    For me the foreground doesn't add anything to the shot simply because it isn't parallel to the skyline, if it had been parallel then I think it would have grounded the bottom of the shot perfectly. If it was mine I'd crop the bottom and leave a very simple, clean and elegant shot. Obviously only my view!

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    I am a naughty boy - often - I would straighten the foreshore and then I would pull the horizon line down so that it was no longer fairly much in the middle - at first I thought crop the sky to change the proportions (but the sky is so sensitive and complete) - then it seemed better to experiment where that beautiful white line lays in your image -

    There you have another opinion.



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    Pentax 645z + 35mm A lens.

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    Tom,

    That's the light that makes carrying large heavy antique gear (i.e., pre-2014) worthwhile. I bet that's a file you can fall in to.

    I'd also crop the foreground. Straightening it is fine, but it's quite mysterious without the shore.

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    205FCC/110mm-f11/CFV-50c
    basically right out of the can, no white balance adjustment needed (shot at daylight, iso200), was over exposed a stop, corrected in Phocus.
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    645z time. First the original, then the crop! Lens is 120 FA macro, ISO 200, 1/60 sec handheld, available light



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    I hope people count XPan as barely medium format. Any case, I probably won't post any more XPan here. XPan is my favorite camera but mainly I use 4x5 in 2014. So for New Year's Eve, I used up a roll of Cinestill T800 and Fuji Pro 400 at the party. I processed them myself in a Jobo and they came out great! Last seconds of 2014. My wife was checking the phone doing the countdown.



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    I used transform to straighten the shore and added some vibrance. I printed this with and without the shoreline. I like them both, but the impact is quite different.

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    This is another shot from that evening. It lacks the horizon light , but has a wonderful line of Canada Geese. They are too small to be seen clearly at this size, but add a very nice element.

    Thanks for the comments,

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    Tsjanik:
    both are quite beautiful, exceptional

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    Tsjanik:
    both are quite beautiful, exceptional
    That is a very nice compliment, thank you.

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    Afternoon

    Drove to Narvik yesterday with my latest workshop, here's a quick shot from our lunch spot looking up the fjord.

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    And one from this morning, standing on a dodgy lake that doesn't seem completely frozen yet!

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    DF/IQ180 Hartblie f/3.5 1/40 ISO 100. This is close to what I wanted, very close.
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    I have that lens (new version) on order, Don, should be here in a week or two. Maybe it'll make me as good as you....
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post

    Love this piece! Simple, yet bold (color) and quiet (atmosphere).
    "Creativity takes courage." ~ Henri Matisse
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    Thanks Darr. It is one of my favorites (of my work) as a print. Somehow it's very relaxing. It is also one of the few images I prefer printing on a fine art paper rather than my usual Baryta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    I have that lens (new version) on order, Don, should be here in a week or two. Maybe it'll make me as good as you....
    Happy New Year,
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    Bill, first thank you for the very kind words. Secondly, I've now had the pleasure of owning/using both versions of this lens. Both are very well made. Both weight a lot! Both require you to be on your A-game when using either. Both can be used handheld however they work better when on a steady mount.

    The original purpose of this lens is to be used on my Sony A7r IR body as well as light duty on the DF. I used this lens more on the DF during a recent trip to Moab than I thought I Would and will share the images shortly.

    The older version I had was used on both a P30+ and P45+ and produced great files so long as I did my part and not get cocky. I see the same with the new version and the IQ180. I was so close to getting what I wanted in the image above which was close to far focus and screwed it up just slightly with the in close focus. I'll need to be more aware of what I'm doing...

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    Yes Don - I'll use mine with the a7r as well - I'm waiting on the adapter from B&H. Presumably one can adjust the diaphragm on the Hartblei whereas I guess regular Phase/Mamiya lenses can only be used at max aperture on the a7r.

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    Tom, as others here, I really like your geese/Lake Erie image - very contemplative. Here's one I took on Georgian Bay 10 years ago - without the soft subtlety of yours.

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    Bill:

    I like the little ones in your image; I see young Mergansers on the lake every summer and they're a joy to watch.

    I really like your shot, it's so representative of the Great Lakes when there is no wind (not tonight).

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    Mamiya AFDIII, ZD back, 200mm APO and 55mm:

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    Hi,

    I shot this image yesterday with a P45+ and some lens. The image is an HDR of three exposures processed in Lumartiver HDR. Lumariver has the ability to build HDRs of unmosaiced images. The resulting HDR image was saved as a DNG file and processed in both Lightroom and PhotoShop CS.

    I used Photoshop for processing the sky, a very simple recipe I found out long ago:

    1) Duplicate the base layer
    2) Use multiply
    3) Go to bottom layer and press alt-cmd-5 (to select blue channel)
    4) Go back to top layer and add a layer mask
    5) Adjust opacity to taste

    Than I collapsed layers and saved and finished processing in Lightroom.



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    Afternoon

    Beautiful here early this morning, bitterly cold though, -20c with strong wind, brrr.

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    Wow! Splendid morning picture. Cold, yes, one can tell...
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    Morning!

    Literally one of the most incredible mornings I have ever experienced, 50mph wind at the lake, driving snow and the most amazing sky colour as the sun started to come up, we still don't see it yet but it's getting closer. This looking away from the sunrise, the colours were amazing and the snow driving across the frozen lake was evil, straight in to the camera and my face!

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    Another, I have toned this down a lot, the sky was nuclear looking, I am aware this still looks over processed but it actually looked brighter than this!

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    i happen to be in the shipyard crane graveyard:
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    Mamiya AFDIII, ZD back, 120mm and 200mm APO:



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    Another not new image. I have 0 inspiration at the moment, but that makes me look at earlier shots. I've found this and I like it, the light at the horizon of Lake Erie is remarkable, but would it be better to crop out the shoreline? Any thoughts appreciated.

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    Really nice shot.. I think the shoreline would have worked if it was parallel to the horizon,maybe a little photoshop? Of course this is very subjective.. (I just noticed you already posted an edited version after I made this post..)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    Really nice shot.. I think the shoreline would have worked if it was parallel to the horizon,maybe a little photoshop? Of course this is very subjective.. (I just noticed you already posted an edited version after I made this post..)

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    Thanks Rob; good suggestion

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Another not new image. I have 0 inspiration at the moment, but that makes me look at earlier shots. I've found this and I like it, the light at the horizon of Lake Erie is remarkable, but would it be better to crop out the shoreline? Any thoughts appreciated.

    Tom
    Love the shoreline. It the texture an mass juxtaposes the delicate nature of the sky and water. No pun intended, but it gives the image an edge.
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    The color of my forest in 2014 from January (top left) to December (bottom right).



    Happy new year folks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    The color of my forest in 2014 from January (top left) to December (bottom right).

    Happy new year folks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    The color of my forest in 2014 from January (top left) to December (bottom right).



    Happy new year folks.
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    Very creative. It is a HOME RUN!
    Congratulations!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
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    Very creative. It is a HOME RUN!
    Congratulations!

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    And this is why I love shooting medium format. 2-shot stitched into 44x30 (171 megapixel) using a Phase One DF and 80-megapixel IQ180 with a Mamiya LS 55mm lens f/8 1/160 ISO 35 (handheld).

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    Some images from a New year´s walk with my wife and son... All with Leica S2 + APO 180/4..


















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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    And this is why I love shooting medium format. 2-shot stitched into 44x30 (171 megapixel) using a Phase One DF and 80-megapixel IQ180 with a Mamiya LS 55mm lens f/8 1/160 ISO 35 (handheld).
    Holy cow, that's a stunner Don. I really like the processing too. I'd like to see that printed BIG.

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    Holy cow, that's a stunner Don. I really like the processing too. I'd like to see that printed BIG.

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    Thanks Tom, the file is currently sized at 44x30; I'll be doing a test print within the next couple days. Might end up printing slightly larger, who knows. Watching the forecast now for the next 10-days and might re-visit if conditions hold. Next time I'll shoot it with the WRS for a larger print file.

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