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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Guy, I assume adjustments can be made to create the look one desires in either back. And custom profiles would be great too. Like you, I've been one to prefer Kodachrome to Ektachrome (used to shoot a lot of K25 and K64). It would be very cool if Phase would offer a couple of different profiles so that one could choose their desired starting point. Actually, three profiles for daylight color would be killer I think.

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    Agree I just did a test and started a new thread on it
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    All this talk of the new CFV prompted me to take my CFV - 16 for a walk yesterday.

    A real joy to use and not too heavy at all (with the wlf).

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Lovely work Rolo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas View Post
    Even a good monopod helps a lot. For snapshots when "walking around" I prefer the monopod. Compensates for 2, probably 3 stops.
    Yeah, good point; I should use my monopod more.
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    I am completely contrarian about this. I think monopods are almost useless for me. I feel like they don't offer much stabilization at all, since you are only limiting movement in one axis. And if you are going to drag along a long stabilization device, you might as well add the few more ounces and carry a real tripod...even the flimsiest tripod will offer you much better stabilization than a top of the range carbon fiber monopod. I understand using a monopod if you are shooting a super telephoto lens and need rapid movement, such as in sports photography -- there they are largely supporting the heavy weight of the lens, as well as taking up less space since there are often many photographers all bunched up next to each other.

    But perhaps I am just bitter. Several years ago I bought a high end carbon fiber monopod after I had read all about the amazing advantages, and I found that it did absolutely nothing for me. And yes, I read about how to use your body to limit the movement in other axes, it just did not work for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    I am completely contrarian about this. I think monopods are almost useless for me. I feel like they don't offer much stabilization at all, since you are only limiting movement in one axis.
    It depends very much on the swivel toe. Forget (!) about spicky toes.
    The swivel toe stabilizer of the Monostat RS-16 professinal is great!

    Too, you almost always will find something to lean the monopod against or fix it otherwise. But even hand holding, as already mentioned, it saves 2-3 stops (reproducible). It's not a substitution of a tripod for critical work - of course not. But it's a great and easy to carry addition to the gear.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    Lovely work Rolo!
    +1. I really like the look from that back from the images I've seen posted.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Creek View Post
    Goofing off and decided to work this image up from our last trip to Monument Valley - not too sure if it's done yet but wanted to share two versions. Taken with Cambo WRS-1000, P45+ and 72mm lens two-image merged to 10448 by 3671 pixels.

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    I think the artifacts in the sky of sharpening/clarity around each of the formations is a bit too much here. You might tone it down or, conversely, paint back in the areas where it is especially noticeable.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3


    Phase One P65+ on Phase One 645 AF using Mamiya Auto Bellows N with Phase One 80mm lens mounted in reverse, manually stopped down to f/9.5. Processing in C1; Depth-Of-Field Stacking in Helicon Focus.



    Phase One P30+ on a Sinar X View Camera with 20" of extension and a Schneider Componon-M 50mm enlarging lens at f/4.5 - 200 images processed in C1 and stacked in Helicon Focus.


    Phase One P65+ on Phase One 645 AF with 35mm at f/3.5, ISO 1600 in Sensor+ mode. Processing in C1 only.

    Two recent sets of images. The first two from an experiment in ultra-macro photography (thanks go to Eric Hiss who lent me two rare lenses) and the third is of my nephew on a recent family reunion at which my sister and sister-in-law both announced they were pregnant.

    More of the bugs. More of the kid.

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    Last edited by dougpeterson; 13th July 2009 at 18:32.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    ...knock knock....ahem.... (walking amongst MFDB giants here)

    Very first attempt with a P45+, 1/50 sec 80mm @f12, 5x stitch.


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    Beautiful location, nicely captured.
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    Hi Carsten,

    I love it there!

    Something more experimental, blindfold so to speak.... Impossible to get any closer, it was already pushing luck to a degree, I just stretched out my arm as much as possible and took one handheld... 1/460 f4.0 ISO 400


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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Doug, I like the last one there. Has a spontaneous feeling and overall good composition.

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    Also *very* nice, Georg. Gorgeous place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpetersonci View Post

    Phase One P65+ on Phase One 645 AF using Mamiya Auto Bellows N with Phase One 80mm lens mounted in reverse, manually stopped down to f/9.5. Processing in C1; Depth-Of-Field Stacking in Helicon Focus.



    Phase One P30+ on a Sinar X View Camera with 20" of extension and a Schneider Componon-M 50mm enlarging lens at f/4.5 - 200 images processed in C1 and stacked in Helicon Focus.


    Phase One P65+ on Phase One 645 AF with 35mm at f/3.5, ISO 1600 in Sensor+ mode. Processing in C1 only.

    Two recent sets of images. The first two from an experiment in ultra-macro photography (thanks go to Eric Hiss who lent me two rare lenses) and the third is of my nephew on a recent family reunion at which my sister and sister-in-law both announced they were pregnant.

    More of the bugs. More of the kid.

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    Great images Doug

    Used to love playing around with macro but never got to the ultra-macro stage.

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    Very nice indeed Georg!

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by Georg Baumann View Post
    ...knock knock....ahem.... (walking amongst MFDB giants here)

    Very first attempt with a P45+, 1/50 sec 80mm @f12, 5x stitch.

    Boy, Georg, you sure adapted to the Phase back in a hurry! Some of us took weeks to get that good....
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Doug those extreme macros are really interesting and beautiful in their own creepy way. I think the 6th image in your blog post is probably the most artistically interesting to me -- the way you have arranged the head next to the body somehow reminds me of the classic "bowl of fruit on the table" sort of still life, only of course slightly more gruesome.
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    Hi,

    Was out in Scotland for two weeks, magnificent light up there. Picture taken
    with H3DII-31 and 28 mm at about 9pm just before a thunderstorm.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Thanks Carsten and Don!

    Awww, you're too kind Bill. Wish I had a friend close by here that is used to working with phase files. At a glance, working with the phamiya and such a back is a an incredible experience. I desire to get the very best out of it, but realise this will take time and a lot of experience in deed. I am amazed how clean even files at ISO 400 look on closer inspection, sure there is some noise, but it is easily controlled. I could not find any presets for Noise Ninja dealing with the P45+ unfotunately and currently I do not have time to create my own. I wonder whether I just stick to C1's NR instead.

    The only thing that troubles me from my perspective is usability in harsh conditions. I would love to shoot some of these rugged cliffs from the boat at high winds, but I have no idea how I could protetct the phamiya and optics from these conditions. I am willing to deal with sea sickness, but not willing to risk the phamiyas health as it is not my property. I probably would be foolish enough to risk it if she would be mine.

    ....Shooting at ISO800 1/1000 sec. waves crushing against the rocks, water fountains pressed up the cliffs and cascading down again to be meet by the next wave....

    I remember to have seen photographer James Balog (EIS extreme ice survey) standing in the water and his entire camera was protectect by some special plastic gear that I never saw before. May be I should drop him a line on that.

    It is only my second brief experience with MFDB, but at a glance, this is the very best camera I was ever honored to use in deed. It is such a pleasure to tweak files and th eway they hold up, absolutely amazing.

    To me, I can only compare the feeling of using this camera with a early childhood experience, the very first time I played Bach and Chopin on a Steinway Concert Grand, intimidating, puts you into perspective, overwhelming, and beyond a shadow of adoubt, an immediate and life long lasting love affair.


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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Georg, I've used my Phamiya in some very rough wet conditions. I simply put a large clear plastic bag around it with a hole taped around the lens shade - and a UV filter to protect the front element. The clearer the plastic, the better you can see through the viewfinder!

    Of course, you make most of your settings first and use a completely charged battery. It all works in a pinch.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Bill, Doh... sometimes the obvious seems so far removed from being a possibility.... Thanks!

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    From earlier in the week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmueller View Post
    Hi,

    Was out in Scotland for two weeks, magnificent light up there. Picture taken
    with H3DII-31 and 28 mm at about 9pm just before a thunderstorm.

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    I love that one Ralf. Great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmueller View Post
    Hi,

    Was out in Scotland for two weeks, magnificent light up there. Picture taken
    with H3DII-31 and 28 mm at about 9pm just before a thunderstorm.

    Regards,
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    Ralf,

    Beautiful light and mood in this image.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    OK you guys, these MF DBs are like crack. I had a little taste Tuesday night courtesy of Ivan from Digital Transitions here in the Dallas area. Below is an edited image run through C1 and PS CS4. I'm hooked :-(

    Model: Erika Hollings
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    ISO 100, f/10, 1/125


    I'll admit the web size image isn't a great deal better than what I produce with my D3, but for the brave of heart and with high speed Internet access, here is a full size 4.5MB jpg

    This is the 10th image I shot and I'm still learning the Capture One software, but I must admit, I love the detail and pure shadows/highlights this large sensor provides. Pared with the H2, it's a very nice combination that may prove too alluring for me to bypass.

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    Great portrait Scott, thanks for sharing!
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Snake river, Colorado. Evening. H2, P65+ 100mm HC 2.2 lens. files are very smooth. Eleanor
    Last edited by eleanorbrown; 19th September 2009 at 19:06.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Snake river, Colorado. Evening. H2, P65+ 100mm HC 2.2 lens. files are very smooth. Eleanor
    Beautiful!

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    So what do you do when it's 105 outside and you're hot (and you just saw Eleanor's beautiful cooling river image)? Go to the winter of 08 folder and revisit the South Rim. The images were all taken with the WRS, P45+ and 35mm lens. One image is 3 layered and processed using Helicon Focus the other is a 2-image shot merged using CS4. I've cooled down now!

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    Thanks Eleanor for the inspiration to stop the perspiration
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    Both are awesome images, both cooled me down
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Both are awesome images, both cooled me down
    Thanks Jack.

    I took the second down for awhile as I'm just not pleased with the color. I'll repost soon.

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    I actually pulled the above image into CS and converted it to B&W and sepia -- like all versions!
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    I actually pulled the above image into CS and converted it to B&W and sepia -- like all versions!
    So are you going to share?
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    Don, I take all the cool images I can up here since I live in Houston half the year! I'll bet Tucson's heat (minus the humidity!).... is better than Houston's heat!! Here in Colorado (9300 feet and up) we actually don't need any AC!

    Nice image of winter storm by the way. love the foggy soft light. Helicon Focus can really do a good job...I use it from time to time.....eleanor

    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Creek View Post
    So what do you do when it's 105 outside and you're hot (and you just saw Eleanor's beautiful cooling river image)? Go to the winter of 08 folder and revisit the South Rim. The images were all taken with the WRS, P45+ and 35mm lens. One image is 3 layered and processed using Helicon Focus the other is a 2-image shot merged using CS4. I've cooled down now!

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    Thanks Eleanor for the inspiration to stop the perspiration

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Creek View Post
    So are you going to share?
    Heck no -- they're YOUR images!!! I only mentioned it so you could check it out for your self

    (Actually, the real truth is they would look a LOT better starting with the raw file!)

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    River across the road from my our house......Experimenting with longer exposures with the 65+. This one was a little over 30 seconds....maybe 32 sec. or so. Was almost night but some light left especially on the water. Because of the long exposure many of the leaves were slightly blurred, so I darkened and blurred the edges even more Holga style. (the weather was nice and cool at 9300 feet BTW!) iso 100, H2, P65+, 100 2.2 HC lens. Eleanor
    Last edited by eleanorbrown; 19th September 2009 at 19:06.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Heck no -- they're YOUR images!!! I only mentioned it so you could check it out for your self

    (Actually, the real truth is they would look a LOT better starting with the raw file!)

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    (the weather was nice and cool at 9300 feet BTW!)
    Okay stop teasing


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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    I've been playing with IR today in between finishing up a job.

    Cambo WRS1000, P45+, Schneider 120mm, f/11 10 sec. custom white balance.

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    shot last week:





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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Playing with the Cube and Phamiya...first the 28 mm then the 75-150 at 150 mm.
    Last edited by Bill Caulfeild-Browne; 24th August 2009 at 16:48.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Bill,

    Anytime you want to sell that 28, I will take it!

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    Holy cow Don and Eleanor... fantastic stuff. I'm just gobsmacked by the tonal range and sharpness you guys get from these cameras.

    Thanks for sharin'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Lewis View Post
    Holy cow Don and Eleanor... fantastic stuff. I'm just gobsmacked by the tonal range and sharpness you guys get from these cameras.

    Thanks for sharin'
    Not sure if I'm the right Don however if I am thank you!

    If not I'll thank you anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Doorhof View Post
    shot last week:




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    This one is great. Can you say anything about the lighting here?


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    Hi,
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    Middle of the day with an Elinchrom Ranger RX speed and the Elinchrom maxispot on full power.

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    Windy day in Sweden P30 available Light

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    wow

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