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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Don - Thanks for the feedback! I've watched the posting of your images over different iterations of these threads and I love your work so your comments are appreciated.

    Thanks,

    - Marq

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qamaro View Post
    Bill: Great shots from the Tetons! I was there last week just as the first snow came down. I had a great time as I am sure you enjoyed it as well with all the colors changing at this time of year.

    Lovely image from Oxbow Bend. Here is a shot from the first day of snow using the 105-210 ULD (see attached).

    For the some other photos I took on the trip both landscapes and abstracts you can check them out at:

    http://66.7.217.175/~marq/index2.php#/featured/

    Most were taken with the a mix of 35mm MF, 45mm AF and the 105-210mm (all non-D lenses).


    DavidK: Great Pano! Loving the color play off the clouds in that shot.


    - Marq
    Marq,
    How were you able to get the rights to use that music on your website?

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    gdphotography,

    Good question. I do not have any official rights to use the music. The site is not officially live yet, hence the IP address redirector. I put up some music I owned and liked to see how it would play with the mood of some of the galleries, figured that was ok for now since I am not selling or stating any kind of endorsement (although it could be misconstrued). I helped with that fact - as I noted in the jukebox the copyright for each artist (I would have liked to link each artist website as well but there was not an option to do so in this particular jukebox).

    In the end the tracks would not stay without permission and I may just go with some local talent I know but, if I can get permission then the better for going live. Hope the information was helpful in clarifying the use. Note I updated my website copyright to include that the music usage is without permission, copyrighted by each artist and is being used only for testing only purposes.

    Thanks for the feedback and reminder.

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    Out walking the dog this morning .

    H1+80mm+P30

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    Welcome!
    Nice shot-I like the light.

    Did you use C1 for processing? The image is a bit green and I am finding that with my Phase backs. And it isn't easy to balance these forest shots.

    Does anyone know how to get more profiles than the default Phase set?
    I wind up just leaving and fixing in post (it uses P65+ FLASH of all things

    C1 4 is certainly not as easy to use as C1 3.x esp in making and selecting profiles.

    Anyone have a recommendation?

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    Victor, my first step with C1 is to select all images and change the profile to outdoor-daylight (or whatever it's titled). If I know that I'll also want any other items set globally as well I might also do it at this step (like a copyright notice). I do this one global adjustment before doing any previewing.

    After that I set color-temp and tint for image groups that are similar. I find that natural scenes like forests usually have a bit of variation from scene to scene because of the nature of foliage-filtered light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    The image is a bit green and I am finding that with my Phase backs. And it isn't easy to balance these forest shots.


    But the light in woodlands and forests is green. The light filters through all those green leaves that go to make up the canopy and results in this fantastic light.

    Don't fight it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale Allyn View Post
    I find that natural scenes like forests usually have a bit of variation from scene to scene because of the nature of foliage-filtered light.
    It's the variation that keeps things interesting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithL View Post
    It's the variation that keeps things interesting!
    I don't suggest that one should sanitize forest images. My point was that I approach it as I described above so that I can decide image by image based on the scene. Primarily my post was to suggest a method I use in C-1 to set the profile globally to outdoor-daylight instead of the default profile of flash.

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    Very good points, and exactly my dilemma; standardize profile or handle one by one.
    Usually depends on lighting as well. The shot below was late afternoon, filtered, and reflected sky. Pretty tricky
    Anyway first is the baisc process Dale outlined, plus a bit of levels (nice thing about P65, no sharpening needed! :-) well, maybe the C1 default

    Next I tried more levels, in shadow enhancement-it shifted color though (at least perceived)

    Last is a bit of color correction to get each of the flowers as I remembered.

    The green was a bit yellow on willow, and yes, the water was brown, but sky was blue.

    I think under different circumstances I could like each.

    This, BTW is Monet's japanese garden in Geverny

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    Marq, thanks for sharing your Teton shots - I envy you the snow - we left a couple of days before it was forecast.

    Just got home to Ontario today after traversing the North Shore of Lake Superior...I'll post some results soon!

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by rwphoto View Post
    Out walking the dog this morning .

    H1+80mm+P30
    Lovely shot - looks very ethereal and painterly. Congratulations.
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    A couple from Big Horn Ntl. Forest, Wyoming. P45+ and 300 APO.
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    Shot this this morning.

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    From our recent France visit
    St-Martin-de-Re
    P65+ (before it started overheating! :-)
    I did need to boost the shadows-16 bits helps
    Light was interesting, almost like the Med.
    hand-held out our hotel window (got to be careful-you get funny looks...)

    Victor
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    The Canadian Shield, yesterday. 300 mm APO. (Another version can be found on the Sony thread.)
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Always enjoy seeing all the beautiful images here...most are more exotic than the ones I'm posting today, but the very fact that I can actually take some photos of "green" natural stuff in an area 5 minutes from my townhome within Houston's central loop is amazing. My husband and yellow lab and I went for a walk about Houston's very large protected natural area, the "Arboretum". The light was just so so but I nevertheless got some enjoyable images. The Arboretum is large...many many many acres of forest, ponds, marshes, etc....and doesn't get the crowds that even larger Memorial Parks gets which borders it's east side.

    I carried my 65+/H2 with 80 lens along over my shoulder, set the back to sensor + at 400 iso and shot away hand held. I am so impressed with the sensor plus and use it so much more than I ever imagined.
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    An interior shot with the HCD 4/28.

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    Very nice!
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Today in Central Park. Alpa 12 SWA with P20+



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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Here's a couple from Montana last week - "Big Sky" and "Badlands".
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    I just had made my decision to only bring a M9 and 3 lenses for my upcoming 1 week vacation on the Baleares Islands and now I see those MF-images
    Makes me thinking if I should not also bring my MF-gear and my freedom of travelling light seems to be gone.

    great images-specially I like that "indoor" shot. very intensive color

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    well, know what you mean
    I took M8 on last trip and was pretty good

    This time, Contax several lenses (in cl 45mm here) and P65+

    of course, was on a bike and took my 'walk-around' 45mm

    would have TOTALLY missed our saunier here. Not great, but at least better than nothing!

    :-)

    Ile de Re, making "fleur de sel" from sel de mer

    regards
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    ALPA 12TC + Schneider Apo-Digitar 5.6/47 XL @ F22 + Sinar eMotion 75LVr
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Here are two pictures : a friend of mine has been offered a big canvas print for birthday. She's got special with the Moon and so asked me to make a picture on the subject. Here are the results two simple ideas, nothing original but I found it very difficult not to fall in the kitch thing !!
    Made with the P25+ , Blad 501cm and 180mm , 80 mm and Photoshop...





    Ideas, and critics welcomed...

    PS : seen all these great woods and green pics posted in the thread, you guys really have great color rendition (I personnaly ave difficulties with the P25+ to choose a color orientation, the Files are so saturated !!!)
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    Really great works Stef!
    Best Regards,
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    This is a file from my trial of my new 1.7 converter for the H3DII.

    H3DII 39 HC 80/1.7 ISO 50 native 15 x 20 inches at 360.

    Bob
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    Crop of Sunflowers

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    Crop at 100%

    Last was too large to display at 100% ... sorry for the excessive post.

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    WOW Stef!
    I like these Lunar images!

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    A couple of Halloween pics.

    First Scaredy Duck:

    "Well I think that cat looks dangerous! Look at the way he is just sitting there. Like he is taunting us."

    H3D II 39 Alpa Apo Switar 36 F11


    Yes a really boring day here.


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    Yet another Halloween pic.

    Black Cat on Glass.

    H3D II 39 with Alpa Apo Switar 36

    Bob
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    Looks like your having fun with the H back Bob!
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    I need to get out of town to put it to better use....

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    Hassy HC80mm and HC120mm and H2 Body with Phase One P45+. Processed in Capture One Pro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    I need to get out of town to put it to better use....

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    We have one slot left for Oregon and you're are more than welcome!

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    That would indeed be a great destination for your H back, Bob. It's a wonderful venue for photography, and a workshop as described would make it all the better. I would have loved to participate in this one, if not for being here in BKK this month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    We have one slot left for Oregon and you're are more than welcome!

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    I keep looking for a workshop that will coincide with dates that will work for my schedule. This one will not work but I am hopeful for something in the future. The northern Oregon coast is one of my favorite destinations and I know you all will have a wonderful time.

    I hope that the light is there when you desire it.

    I will be looking for your posts this coming week.

    Regards,

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    Lots of great images posted here guys. These are from a new model's first time shoot. I'm playing around with different looks in post just for fun. I'm leaning towards the fully saturated shot as the better of the two.

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    Dear David

    What are you using for 'looks'? I have the files from the original Kodak Looks for the Photodesk SW and wondered wherther ther was a way to convert to a 'profile' that could be used in C1. Kodak originally charged for them (then gave away, then left the camera business! ) but I did like the spectrum of looks they had.

    Anyway, they were not limited to skin tone; e.g. I have been playing with this image, darker, more/less saturated, full/limited DR etc. So far I like this one, but it is all hit an miss. I wouldn't mind having a 'looks' palette."

    Nice work, BTW esp the panos.

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    Victor,
    My repertoire consists of LR, CS4 and some plug-ins from Alien Skin and Nik Software. Alien Skin Exposure 2 has a variety of looks based on underlying film types. If you haven't tried it I'd recommend it strongly. Also, you might find Viveza by Nik Software to be useful. There's nothing there that you can't do in CS4 with layers and masks but it can be a whole lot easier and faster with Viveza. Lastly, Silver Efex Pro, also by Nik, provides very good black and white conversions some of which are based on film type but there's a whole lot more it can do. At the end of the day I find it's like Grandma's secret recipe... a touch of this, a sprinkle of that, until you get it just right. No magic, just trial and error... at least for me. Obviously, it helps a great deal to start with good lighting.

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    A couple from Inglis Falls, Ontario, taken today. 75-150 mm, f22, 1/2 sec ISO 50 with polarizer to act as ND filter. Incidentally, these are not as sharp as some f11 shots I took - diffraction limits were setting in but I needed the longer exposure times.

    Which do you prefer, the portrait or landscape?

    The title is "Vandalism" - I'm sure you can see why!
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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    I serve on the Board of Directors of a local theater company, and while struggling with this season's budget, I volunteered to take photos for all five productions. For the first few shoots, I only used my M8. I had the Phamiya/P25+ with me, but it never left the bag. The marketing director needed several more shots of the current production to use in next season's brochure, and we needed to provide a local magazine with shots of an actress for an upcoming production. So, I decided to try the P25+ at this shoot. It was challenging, but I am pleased with the results. The shot below was taken with the P25+ @ ISO 400, Mamiya 55mm AF @ f/2.8, handheld:



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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Aptus-II 10, Phase One 645DF, SK 80mm/f2.8 LS, C1 5.0 and a custom CB750






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    Here a 16 seconds pose to capture this sugar plant with the ALPA 12 SWA schneider 24XL. I corrected the perspective in PShop... But now I think I should have use the 47XL (wich allowed some movement) and stich two frames.

    But it's done !!

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    Re: Fun with MF images - Part 3

    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    Yet another Halloween pic.

    Black Cat on Glass.

    H3D II 39 with Alpa Apo Switar 36

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    Hi Bob, this Alpa Apo switar 36 looks really fine, did you give a test with the schneider 35xl Apo Digitar ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    Hi Bob, this Alpa Apo switar 36 looks really fine, did you give a test with the schneider 35xl Apo Digitar ?
    Actually, the Alpa Apo Switar is the same optically as the Schneider 35xl. The following is from Alpa'a website

    "Schneider ALPA Apo-Switar 5.6/36 mm

    The highend wideangle optimized for digital and film.


    This lens uses the same optical system as the Schneider Apo-Digitar 5.6/35 mm XL. The larger front tube is acting as an integrated lens shade and the filter size of 72 mm is much more suitable for various filter types (no special wide angle version as for the Apo-Digitar 5.6/35 mm XL is needed).

    You will find technical information with MTF curves of the Apo-Digitar 5.6/35 mm XL."

    I was suprised to learn this and found an Alpa Apo Switar languishing at a steep discount...

    Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by yaya View Post
    Aptus-II 10, Phase One 645DF, SK 80mm/f2.8 LS, C1 5.0 and a custom CB750





    Gorgeous tones Yair, was the BW conversion and Sepia toning done is C1?

    (Edit) Additional question, is C1 5.x replacing Leaf Capture in the near future?
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    Couple more with the Alpa Apo Switar 36 H3D II 39

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    Alpa Apo Switar 36 H3D II 39

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