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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Love the truck, Eleanor
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    Thanks Bob. I enjoy images that have "abstract "qualities and speaking of those qualities, the b&w nudes you and Doug have been doing with the dramatic lighting and form and texture are some of the best I've ever seen. they become like "painting with light"...deep shadows and smooth bright highlights with wonderful tonalities. eleanor

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    Sensor Plus landscape shot

    I have been so impressed with the Sensor Plus Technology with the 65+ that I felt this camera could do just about anything I needed it to do...so much so that I took the chance and had my only back up camera, a Canon 5D II converted for IR use only.

    This shot was taken from our slow moving suv out the window. We could not stop along this section of road and the light was lovely..fog and fall color. I switched to sensor Plus on the 65+ and shot at iso 400. I would have never considered doing landscapes with anything over iso 100 before. eleanor


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    Great truck Eleanor - think it qualified as cash for clunkers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Sensor Plus landscape shot

    I have been so impressed with the Sensor Plus Technology with the 65+ that I felt this camera could do just about anything I needed it to do...so much so that I took the chance and had my only back up camera, a Canon 5D II converted for IR use only.

    This shot was taken from our slow moving suv out the window. We could not stop along this section of road and the light was lovely..fog and fall color. I switched to sensor Plus on the 65+ and shot at iso 400. I would have never considered doing landscapes with anything over iso 100 before. eleanor

    Beautiful!
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    Don you would enjoy this back with that tech camera of yours! :-)
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    Beautiful!

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Great shots Eleanor...

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Love the truck too Eleanor!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Don you would enjoy this back with that tech camera of yours! :-)
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    Intriguing well seen image...I really like stuff like this well thought out composition...Eleanor


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    Shot with:

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    One last one from Yellowstone Lake, this one looking north west, late evening after sunset. Phase P65+, H2, 80 HC lens. 50 iso
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    Here's a shot taken of a woodsman's shack in Jewell Oregon on a 3 week trip at the end of last month. One note... Thanks to Doug Peterson from CI for his help via emails while my P45 had some electronic hicups. WDS 24mm Digitar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    One last one from Yellowstone Lake, this one looking north west, late evening after sunset. Phase P65+, H2, 80 HC lens. 50 iso
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    man thats killer look at that dynamic range!!!

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    Shadows that look blocked on first glance many times hold a surprising amount of information....(in this case, at iso 50) where the range of light was huge. eleanor


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    man thats killer look at that dynamic range!!!

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    Eleanor and Jim,

    Great images in wonderful light.

    Ditto on the sensor+, it is pretty amazing, now all we need is Optical IS glass.

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    Incredible image Bob. The DOF and exposure are perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Lewis View Post
    Been trying to meet up with the Capture Integration guys FOREVER to test some MF gear... went down to Birmingham, AL for an open house of sorts and FINALLY got to shoot some of the gear I'm interested in.

    Dave Gallagher and Chris Lawrey (sorry not to see you, Steve, after all these years of communication) were fantastically helpful. Meg, the model, was even cool with me using the images of her (that I took) for personal use only, in return for a few files for her portfolio.

    I don't have c1 currently, so I had to do some acrobatics with Raw Developer and Lightroom to process these.

    I'm pretty sure this was with an H1 with the p30+ .. later on I tried the phase body as well (which I liked better)... my first effort using these great cams. Hope to buy real soon.

    and a 100% crop... coming from canon and sony, this is mind-boggling to me:
    Having just upgraded the P30+ I think it would make a wonderful fashion back. The highlight rendering is incredible with the perfect balance of sharpening characteristics.

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    On Sensor plus.....I've had to rather embarrassing eat my own words regarding sensor +. I was initially one of those long time Phase users who bad mouthed the idea of sensor +...."why go to 16 megapixels when i can just pull out my 21 mg. canon, etc." Well the canon in most cases hasn't been available, or not conveniently so, and the quality of sensor + is excellent. Eleanor

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    Eleanor and Jim,

    Great images in wonderful light.

    Ditto on the sensor+, it is pretty amazing, now all we need is Optical IS glass.

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    Ed your images of alaska are breathtaking!! I've been up there in June, July and August, but never september to see the fall colors. I can only imagine what's it's like that time of year but your images give me a good idea! and yes IS glass for medium format would be wonderful! I do a lot of hand held shooting. Eleanor

    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Eleanor and Jim,

    Great images in wonderful light.

    Ditto on the sensor+, it is pretty amazing, now all we need is Optical IS glass.

    Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Incredible image Bob. The DOF and exposure are perfect.
    Thanks, ED.
    In fact, she liked them so much, she came back to shoot for a couple more hours this morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    Thanks, ED.
    In fact, she liked them so much, she came back to shoot for a couple more hours this morning.
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    And you didn't post one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    On Sensor plus.....I've had to rather embarrassing eat my own words regarding sensor +. I was initially one of those long time Phase users who bad mouthed the idea of sensor +...."why go to 16 megapixels when i can just pull out my 21 mg. canon, etc." Well the canon in most cases hasn't been available, or not conveniently so, and the quality of sensor + is excellent. Eleanor
    My experience with Sensor+ has been that the images are more detailed at 15MP than DSLR images at 2xMP. It appears more like a bicubic reduction of the 60MP than anything else. In addition, the absense of the DSLR anti-aliasing filter more than makes up for the smaller image size.

    Not to give the impression that I am going to be junking my Nikon DSLR equipment.

    I would be curious if others have similar opinions.

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    That's right...15 mp rather than 16. What I'm finding is that the 15 mg sensor + images are INCREDIBLY sharp... amazingly so. I had to blink the first time i looked at one at 100 percent. and the micro detail is just as amazing. I haven't quite been able to put my finger on the difference in my sensor plus shots and my Canon 5DII shots...but I think you hit the nail on the head.....no AA filter. Also handheld camera movement at 15 mp is not as much as factor as it is on my 60 mp handheld shots, so this adds to the number of hand held "keepers" that are sharp. Eleanor

    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    My experience with Sensor+ has been that the images are more detailed at 15MP than DSLR images at 2xMP. It appears more like a bicubic reduction of the 60MP than anything else. In addition, the absense of the DSLR anti-aliasing filter more than makes up for the smaller image size.

    Not to give the impression that I am going to be junking my Nikon DSLR equipment.

    I would be curious if others have similar opinions.

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    Saddle Mountain NA Oregon... WDS 24mm Digitar.

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    Jim,

    Nice texture image. I don't see any WA distortion from the 24mm. How did you correct it?

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    Also excellent color and tone. After my trip to the Olympic Rain Forest 3 years ago when I was using a 45+, I was surprised at the difficulty I had in post processing. What had looked like flat soft light (it rained the entire time) turned out to be much more contrasty than I had envisioned. Nice job on this image Jim. Eleanor

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    Nice texture image. I don't see any WA distortion from the 24mm. How did you correct it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Jim,

    Nice texture image. I don't see any WA distortion from the 24mm. How did you correct it?

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    The image should be printed at 24X30. In this case I cheated to show the texture on screen and cropped a section.

    Here's the original, shot about 8-9 feet off the forest floor with the camera perfectly level and plumb focussed at 8m @ f11.

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    More from North Park Colorado. This is a huge wide open area sparsely populated but with lots of interesting opportunities for my "old rusted abandoned vehicles as part of the landscape" series. they become to me almost like pieces of sculpture with weeds, grasses and flowers intertwined. (p65+ H2 35mm HC lens) eleanor




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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Eleanor,
    Your junked trucks out there are MUCH nicer than ours back East.
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    Last edited by Bob; 21st September 2009 at 16:38.

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    Awesome texture on these Bob.

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    Chugach State Park, Alaska:

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    Bob, I was amazed that these old rusty broken trucks and cars "hold their color" as well as they do, sitting out in wind, snow, etc year after year. They age well!! :-) Weeds love 'em!! Eleanor

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    Agree...the texture makes these images jump off the screen/print, or whatever....etc etc. The image has a wonderfully delicate "presence"..... . Eleanor

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    Awesome texture on these Bob.

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    Ed, the Chugach area is a stunning place to visit. Have you been to the Wrangell St Elias Mountains? I chartered a small 4 seater plane out of mcCarthy with a pilot that let me open the window and shoot with no glass to hinder my lens. , (P45+) We flew over some of the most incredible areas of those mountains that go up to just over 18,000 feet. We were flying at about 12000 feet. Eleanor

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    Chugach State Park, Alaska:

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    More images of "Old rusty car/trucks in the landscape" series. This is all I'll post as I'm sure one can get tired of these! (I always love the bullet holes tho) eleanor


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    HI

    Inspired by the beautiful pictures from Eleanor.

    My fist posting.



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    Eleanor,

    WOW! What a great series of old, rusted vehicles!
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    Thanks Jack. This has been an interesting and different series to work on! eleanor

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    WOW! What a great series of old, rusted vehicles!

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    Thanks!! and welcome to the forum. send some more of your rusty truck series! (where are you from ?? don't recognize the language on your web site). Eleanor

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    I too am a fan of old rusted cars and trucks (and I also live in Colorado) so I will have to get up to North Park cameras in hand.

    In the meantime, here is a shot I took near my home in Fort Collins. I may have gotten a little too much processing but I wanted some drama and this was my take. Criticisms welcome (suggestions as well) Image taken with Hassy 503, 80mm lens and CFV back.

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    Woody I like the added drama in your b&w processing. I also have some of old rusty cars in the landscape done with my IR modified Canon that i've posed on the IR forum. Like the idea of contrasty black and white and I also shot recently in North Park area with the 14mm lens on the IR camera which adds distortion and more exaggerated drama. eleanor

    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    I too am a fan of old rusted cars and trucks (and I also live in Colorado) so I will have to get up to North Park cameras in hand.

    In the meantime, here is a shot I took near my home in Fort Collins. I may have gotten a little too much processing but I wanted some drama and this was my take. Criticisms welcome (suggestions as well) Image taken with Hassy 503, 80mm lens and CFV back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    (snip...) I haven't quite been able to put my finger on the difference in my sensor plus shots and my Canon 5DII shots
    I can tell you... after shooting canon and sony and then testing out the p30+.... AA or no AA the 5Dii just ain't all it's been touted to be except (for me) in low light, and it's what I shoot everyday. Pretty IQ, but just soul-less and lacking life. The more I shoot 35mm (with some exception to sony), the more I think the IQ is just like it's always been... that is, a very noticeable step below mf.

    Sorry to blab and not post.... I've had a "bad canon week".

    Nothing to see here. Move along... Move along...
    Great stuff everyone!

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    Detlef... what a wonderful sense of dimensional "roundness" in the truck body. I can almost reach out and touch it. Was this with something like a hassy 110/2? Such shallow but well defined depth-of-field and a smooooooth background.

    Welcome aboard!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Lewis View Post
    The more I shoot 35mm (with some exception to sony), the more I think the IQ is just like it's always been... that is, a very noticeable step below mf.
    You did read the warning underneath this forum's heading, right?


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    It's there for a reason. LOL
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    hi Eleanor, Shelby,

    thanks for the warm welcome. Im located in Germany, but the picture with the old car is taken two weeks ago around Cortez Arizona.
    i used for the picture the 50..110 on my H3d-31.

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    If you want to get any of these cars repaired bring them to the Jewell Garage.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    I have been gone for a few days and upon returning see so many wonderful new images in this thread. What a pleasure. Congrats to all!

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Excellent photos folks....I love those old abandoned cars and trucks. One of my favorite subjects too.

    Here's one that's close to the end of it's productive life, but only for the right buyer. $8k? Maybe not. :-)

    Hasselblad 503CWD-II

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