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    Morning!

    Back home in Sweden after 2 months of guns and heat and general unpleasantness in Mali, great assignment with the UN.

    Back to shots of home, nothing like your own bed!

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    Bayern 2015

    Hello

    My beginning with panorama. Hand held and stitched from 4 photos with Lightroom 6.
    In fact, it's technically easy with LR. Now, esthetically ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
    Hello

    My beginning with panorama. Hand held and stitched from 4 photos with Lightroom 6.
    In fact, it's technically easy with LR. Now, esthetically ...
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    Great color and nice car in the right corner of the image :-)
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    Rusting trolley cars lost to the elements.

    3 photo stitch, Phase One IQ140, Mamiya 35mm AF lens (a really fine lens, no matter what others say), the 'ol DF. f/10, ISO 50, 0.6 seconds, -1 stop exposure compensation, polarizer, Capture One Pro 8.3.

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    Another rusting trolley car. IQ140, Mamiya 35mm AF lens at f/10, DF body, -1.3 stops exposure compensation, polarizer. Processing in Capture One Pro 8.3 and then Photoshop / Analog Efex 2 from Google (Nik).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    It's been awhile since I had time to share. I've now switched over to shooting a new Phase XF with my IQ180 and love it. Likewise I've gotten several days worth of shooting with the 40-80 which I equally love. I'm headed back to Sedona tomorrow in hopes of capturing the meteor shows either there or at the South Rim. Last night we were treated to a great lightshow and decided to test the XF/180 which it turns out worked very well.







    Beautiful shots Don - enjoyed them very much! Especially with the little bit of colour in the sky - balances the dark scenes and lightning very well, giving the shots a lovely mood.
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    I'd love some help editing down my (far too many) candidate images for a future book of Bodyscapes. All shot on medium format.

    Since I don't want to monopolize this thread perhaps you could provide the feedback on this Facebook Thread. Or here if you prefer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpeterson View Post
    I'd love some help editing down my (far too many) candidate images for a future book of Bodyscapes. All shot on medium format.

    Since I don't want to monopolize this thread perhaps you could provide the feedback on this Facebook Thread. Or here if you prefer.
    Doug, that is about the worst way to edit a photo book. Maybe asking a blind poodle to choose based on taste would be worse.

    Find a good editor, if you cannot do it yourself. Also, get the designer involve too. Editing without regards to the design makes little sense. A book should be more than a random collection of images.

    Right now, since you don't even have a book design, why are you even trying to narrow down the candidates? Will there be more? Then it is certainly too early to be doing this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Doug, that is about the worst way to edit a photo book. Maybe asking a blind poodle to choose based on taste would be worse.

    Find a good editor, if you cannot do it yourself. Also, get the designer involve too. Editing without regards to the design makes little sense. A book should be more than a random collection of images.

    Right now, since you don't even have a book design, why are you even trying to narrow down the candidates? Will there be more? Then it is certainly too early to be doing this.
    This is the "rough" editing phase. I don't believe it's wise to give a designer the quantity of images I have. This is only the most recent four shoots, and is maybe one third of the accumulated total of the collection.

    I've always believed strongly in the wisdom of crowds especially when the crowd is a group of photographers (rather than the general public). But of course I'll take any feedback with a grain of salt and filter it through my own aesthetics; it's not like I have my server set to auto delete images that don't get votes. When there is strong clumping around a small number of images that tells me something valuable especially if it's an image that hadn't previously stood out to me (could also represent herding, but that's another story).

    Two years ago I did something similar and found the results very helpful in guiding my edit.
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    testing panorama with old stuff
    I never dared to do this before, I beieved it was too painfull and boring
    actually, it isn't !



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    Pinhole with DF+, IQ 160 ISO 50 8 seconds
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    Portsmouth Historical Dock, HB 203, 40 CFE, T-Max:

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    2012 France Aveyron (chemin de St Jacques de Compostelle)

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    Iconic B&M backed beans factory in Portland, Maine which is located at 1 beanpot place if you care to visit. You must taste their brown bread with raisins in a can...toast a piece and top with butter or cream cheese....YUMMY
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    Evening!

    Just caught my first aurora of the season here, from my garden too! It's not really dark yet so must have been fairly strong, didn't last long but managed to grab a couple of quick shots.

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    Afternoon!

    Sorry to be flooding this thread, incredibly beautiful here this morning, feeling in a black and white mood.



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    Phase One P21+/645AF/Phase One 80mm 2.8

    (First post on these forums, welcome guys! Digital medium format newbie)
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    Hi Oliver, and welcome.

    Nice shot. I'm sure we'll see more.

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    Grand Prismatic Spring. Stitch.

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    Afternoon!

    More glorious weather here, sunrise at 4am.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    nice water; (hate the usual cotton candy look)
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    Thanks jlm

    I think big rivers like this look great frozen with a fast shutter speed, I don't mind longer exposures for some types of water but it is a little overdone.

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    Mat, great captures! I especially like the first bw. I think it would be even more eye-catching if you cropped out the sun - not that there is anything wrong with it the way it is . I could see this one on my wall.
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    Thanks John!

    Yes, that first b&w is one of my favourites, just enough movement in the water, I like shooting at around 1/45 gives a nice feel. I cropped down to 8x10 and also tried a square, I have no problem with cropping but I really like the sun trying to shine through, it gives an extra depth to the fog, it's going up on my wall for sure!

    Thanks again.

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    Grand Tetons. Stitch, 645Z. We went for a wedding and saw this as we departed. Taken with the 28-45mm. I really hesitated to buy this lens, knowing I could buy the new Sony A7 and a wide angle for the same amount, but I'm not disappointed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisLivsey View Post
    Just getting a handle on the P45+, it seems more sensitive to WB changes than my P20 so I went for a table top shot for some stability of conditions and colours.



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    damn, that seems really lit well

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    Lamar Valley in Yellowstone:

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    Another one from the last series. This time black and white portrait. Mostly unretouched (removed a few stray hairs) apart from the black and white conversion in Capture One.

    P21+ / PhaseOne 645 AF / Phase One 80mm 2.8 with 12mm extension tube.
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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    damn, that seems really lit well
    Thank you, cloudy daylight from RHS and curved white card on LHS to supplement, simple works, sometimes.

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    Contax 645 80/2 P30+...trial by fire at my niece's wedding...1st images with the back received one day prior and not at all used to taking people shots with MF and manual focus (should have used the auto button, note to self)...My kids Arion & Elli, natural light, just played a bit with recovering highs and lows (I'm much rawer than these files I took)...constructive comments very welcome. I notice these uploads look quite crunchy compared to the files in C1 and jpegs on my mac.
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    Lake Erie.
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    Lake Erie.
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    Nice. Looks to be many Zebra Mussel shells on that shore, at least they keep the water clearer. You were in my neck of the woods, you should have sent a email

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    I don't present this as great art - it's not - but I can't write about how good the SK 35 lens is on the XF/380 without showing an image or someone will put up that "This thread is no good etc etc." So for the record, the lens is everything Phase claim it to be. Very sharp even at F3,5 and phenomenal at f5.6. But it is heavy!

    Still, on the original file I can virtually count the leaves on the trees on the cape in the background. The corners are tack sharp.

    Shot at ISO 50, F11, 4 second Vibration Delay.

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    Hmmm, Bill, that looks very similar to the shoreline here in Door County. Additional lens testing required. I'd love to see more from here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    I don't present this as great art - it's not - but I can't write about how good the SK 35 lens is on the XF/380 without showing an image or someone will put up that "This thread is no good etc etc." So for the record, the lens is everything Phase claim it to be. Very sharp even at F3,5 and phenomenal at f5.6. But it is heavy!

    Still, on the original file I can virtually count the leaves on the trees on the cape in the background. The corners are tack sharp.

    Shot at ISO 50, F11, 4 second Vibration Delay.
    Very nice Bill; looks like the Bruce peninsula!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRover View Post
    Hmmm, Bill, that looks very similar to the shoreline here in Door County. Additional lens testing required. I'd love to see more from here.

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    You're right, Rick - we're both part of the Great Arc. And I have much more! Here is a link to an organization I currently chair which you might find interesting. A number of our speakers came from Door County.

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    Four separate images tiled.
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    Spence's Bridge, British Columbia. IQ180, SK 55 mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Spence's Bridge, British Columbia. IQ180, SK 55 mm.

    Hi Bill:

    There must be a story associated with this church. It appears to still be in use; new roof, but the steeple looks to retain an older cedar shake roof. Would you relate any interesting facts?

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    Tom, I don't know a lot about it. Spence's Bridge is almost a ghost town following a terrible landslide in 1905 which destroyed an Indian community. The church, known as Niak'pamux Church, was built later in 1905 to replace one destroyed in the tragedy. To the best of my knowledge it is no longer used, but clearly someone is looking after it. (This region of BC is very arid so it's probably easy to preserve.) It is not possible to enter it so I don't know what the interior is like.

    I believe it was a Church of England building though I'm by no means sure! I'll post the original colour shot in a moment - rather interesting tones!
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    Her's the original..

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    Here's one, a portrait though - mixing sunset light and a single profoto strobe in a big octa.

    I feel like the IQ140 doesn't get enough love in forums. Definitely my weapon of choice!

    (and a lot of camera for a 23 year old! haha)
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    Nice Will. I like the harsh lighting. I assume those are from your garden. I'm envious, mine have not done well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Nice Will. I like the harsh lighting. I assume those are from your garden. I'm envious, mine have not done well.

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    Tom, thanks.

    Yes, they are from our garden. Both varieties are new to us this year--Amish Paste and Black Prince (the images are at the same scale). But last year was a bust for us. And not just tomatoes, but blackberries as well and we usually have a good blackberry crop. But this year, the garden is amazing. It looks like it might be a great apple crop. The grapes are doing well. Squash and beans are thriving. We even got a peach. Tons of blackberries. Though someone has been eating our red currents. It has not been a particularly hot nor dry or wet summer. Maybe the vegetables just decided to be nice to us this year--and we thank them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Spence's Bridge, British Columbia. IQ180, SK 55 mm.

    For me, it's the LACK of contrast of the church against the sky and ground behind it, compared to the look of the colour original, that gives it a nicer feel of dimensionality (not even gonna start on that more-than-2-dimension term though)...
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    Another view of the Tetons taken during our trip to a wedding. The cloud appears almost as a spirt, but of course I don't think that's the case. Still an interesting play of light.

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    Sunflowers. Somewhere in the middle of South Dakota along US 90. A trip I have made many times in my life and I never cease to be amazed and humbled by the grander of the Great Plains.

    IMGP1818-Recovered copy by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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