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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Nice shots Bill and Jerome.

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    Thanks Justin; - and Jerome, did you use Helicon for your great shot? I have the software but haven't used it yet.
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    Thanks all, I really appreciate your comments

    In fact I just used two shots, with a monopod. It means that the death of fiefd helped me to have mixable shot. Then I just used photoshop, two layers and eraser. As the second shot was not completely aligned, I used "manual transformation" to align them.

    I was very simple and quick. If I had used a tripod, I wouldn't have to realign, two layers would have been very easy.

    Here is a 100 % view, you can see it has been done quickly because some of the yellow parts are blurred, other not, but it very hard to understand what's is going on if you don't know I mixed two shots

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    It's very rare for Lake Huron to be this calm, but this morning it was like the proverbial millpond!
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    Bill, that's 99% spot on perfect and a great demonstration of how breaking the rules of composition can make a shot so much more than it would have been had you applied said rules. It's one of my favourite shots on here for a while. If it were mine I would slightly tweak the perspective further in order to make it more exactly symmetrical but I think leaving the phone mast in the background was exactly the right thing to do.
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    Thanks, Tim, for your kind remarks - I'm always tempted to clone out that phone mast (it's actually the Coast Guard radio system) but I have an ethical problem with doing that in what otherwise is a fairly literal photo.

    On the other hand, it is a great subject for lens testing! The view is from my house.

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    Still tweaking this one, but it's nearly there...


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    Quote Originally Posted by foto-z View Post
    Still tweaking this one, but it's nearly there...



    wow!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    And wow from me too!
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    Wow, that is some FUN with MF !!!

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    Maybe your best one yet Graham
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    Quote Originally Posted by foto-z View Post
    Still tweaking this one, but it's nearly there...
    Agreed Guy, it is quite excellent isn't it?

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    Thanks everyone!

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    Another wow coming: Wow!

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    Very nice Graham!

    A more mundane shot here.. shot on the backroads of Northern Colorado last fall. The second image is a 100% crop, you can see the farmer had his daughter with him in the cab. Pretty neat this MFDB stuff. I think it's a touch soft on his cab though, maybe a slight front focus. I was shooting handheld with the 150D on my P30+.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Just one more wow

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    Awesome image Graham. Surreal.

    I am going to point out something that might have been deliberate for the viewer, but thought I'd mention it anyway: for the point of 'realism', would the word "Police" on the chase car's hood not be printed backwards such that it appears 'properly' in the cyclist's mirror?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robmac View Post
    Awesome image Graham. Surreal.

    I am going to point out something that might have been deliberate for the viewer, but thought I'd mention it anyway: for the point of 'realism', would the word "Police" on the chase car's hood not be printed backwards such that it appears 'properly' in the cyclist's mirror?
    It was partly for the benefit of the viewer but UK police cars can have it either way, so it is in fact realistic this way too.

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    Interesting. Again, great work.

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    I'd like to chime in to also say really nice work, Graham. Thanks for posting it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foto-z View Post
    Still tweaking this one, but it's nearly there...
    Graham, WOW!!!

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    Wow from me too. I think you have a consensus that this image is one of the best seen here for some time. You have a great eye and vision.

    congratulations

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    graham:

    sure seems like there is a story behind the setup and making of that image. care to elaborate?

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by foto-z View Post
    Still tweaking this one, but it's nearly there...
    I would not have thought this to be a single picture, rather a collage.

    Fantastic Graham!

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    While getting used to the still fairly new S5, Im constantly distracted by the Bronica RF 645 I bought from Ash at the Purelight forum even more recently. A truly grand camera, also in my favorite playground; the woods. For the time being I have only the 65mm. Sniffing around for the 100.
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    Beautiful photo Leif. Cool to see some stuff from the RF 645.
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    Thanks!
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    Hy6-180mm at f2.8

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Here's one with the Hasselblad 110/2.

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    I like that one Kurt.
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    Penance....




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    Penance... #2





    Contax 645, 120mm, Aptus 54s

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Here's one with the Hasselblad 110/2.
    Kurt you use that 110mm lens very well. Thanks for showing the image.

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    I like that one Kurt.
    So do I.

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    Like this new direction you're going in. Very dramatic, very creative. Really good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddk View Post
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    Fantastic image. Look forward to many more!
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    Thanks for the kind comments Jack, Henry and David.

    Here's the companion image.

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    Is that an old Renault?
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    David K. & William,

    Thank you for looking and your kind comments!

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    Think I am going to make this a Avatar for the Buy and Sell Forum. LOL
    Seems appropriate
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    I shot these in January one frosty morning, down the street from my house. Shot with my Mamiya 150mm, handheld. I got inspired to mess around in black and white last night and decided to push these shots into a moodier realm. Without the blueish tint I gave to some other images from this shoot, its difficult to see they are frosted unless the image is presented larger.

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    I'm still in love with the Phamiya 28 mm, which I have decided is best used at f16. For you pixel-peepers I've included a 100% crop of the extreme lower right corner.
    Last edited by Bill Caulfeild-Browne; 12th July 2009 at 17:23.

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    Looks pretty damn good to me Bill!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmvdigital View Post
    I shot these in January one frosty morning, down the street from my house. Shot with my Mamiya 150mm, handheld. I got inspired to mess around in black and white last night and decided to push these shots into a moodier realm. Without the blueish tint I gave to some other images from this shoot, its difficult to see they are frosted unless the image is presented larger.
    Its very hard to see subtleties like that on low rez net images. I remember having the same problem with something I shot in mono lake during a storm, I just couldn't get the water droplets to show up on the weird vegetation of the area.

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    Nice phothos Justin!
    I especially like the second one, it has something special!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    I'm still in love with the Phamiya 28 mm, which I have decided is best used at f16. For you pixel-peepers I've included a 100% crop of the extreme lower right corner.
    Looks pretty sharp in the edges. Did you do any sharpening?

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    Here's a crop of the top "Winter Wheat" image I posted above, to show the frost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmvdigital View Post
    Here's a crop of the top "Winter Wheat" image I posted above, to show the frost.
    wow, this is wonderful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptomsu View Post
    Looks pretty sharp in the edges. Did you do any sharpening?
    I processed in C1 with default sharpening only. Actually the background looks over-sharpened on my laptop - probably because I made the jpeg bigger than this site accepts and something "happens" as it is downsized!

    I did the same shot at f11 and it is not as sharp in the corners. This is an f16 lens as far as extreme corners are concerned, imho. This fine with me because I almost always want lots of DOF when using this lens for my purposes.

    Incidentally, I also used C1s automated lens correction for the 28 mm. It's a must!

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    I shot this in an abandoned barn outside of Colorado Springs. A nice cozy nest out of the wind and weather. The geometry, combined with the color and western feel make this one of my favorite images as of late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmvdigital View Post
    I shot this in an abandoned barn outside of Colorado Springs. A nice cozy nest out of the wind and weather. The geometry, combined with the color and western feel make this one of my favorite images as of late.
    Justin, This is an excellent image. A lot of interesting things going on in this simple image.

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