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    Hi Jerome,

    I really like the shot of the trees. Did you do anything special in the processing? It looks quite saturated. I ask because it looks to me like you've made something very nice out of not so much.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    This is your best one yet from the workshop. Terrific image.
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    Hi Jerome,

    I really like the shot of the trees. Did you do anything special in the processing? It looks quite saturated. I ask because it looks to me like you've made something very nice out of not so much.

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    Thanks Mitchell

    That's a series I named "Nothing", so you are not so far from the idea

    So, I applied Curve a little and and a bit more Vibrance . It's a long exposure, so you have no shadows, that helps for the look. A bit of Recovery, that's it.

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    Two more from our recent workshop:



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    Just got my new camera Saturday. Here's a couple I tried today with the P40+ and sensor plus handheld 800iso
    Last edited by Harry; 9th March 2010 at 21:34.

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    Congrats Harry, great first images!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    congratulations on your new camera and btw - impressive ISO 800 shots!

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    Yesterday's post to my blog. Back in New York - in Times Square. H3d 39 + HC 150.


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    Nice capture Woody -- certainly looks more civilized than where you were last week!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry View Post
    Just got my new camera Saturday. Here's a couple I tried today with the P40+ and sensor plus handheld 800iso
    Harry, What lens did you use one these images. DOF looks nice in the second image.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I've had a chance to edit my Salton Sea workshop images on a desk top - the large number of large files overwhelmed my laptop. So here are eleven images, mostly done with my H3d 39 but a few are stitched M9s.

    First - sunrises and sunsets. I don't normally shoot these since they happen every day but since I was there, what the heck.





    Last edited by Woody Campbell; 10th March 2010 at 08:15.

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    More. The second image benefited (I hope) from heavy editing in PS, to the extent of moving the foreground bush. The Third image is a three panel stitch from an M9 shooting a 35mm chron pre asph. v.4.






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    More. Various wreckage from a ruined landscape.




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    Finally . . . I had some fun with two images from the three trees site as well as the boat from Salvation Mountain






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    Woody, these are fantastic scenes. Where is this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Woody, these are fantastic scenes. Where is this?
    Ed,

    See here for about 8 more pages of images and the details: http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?t=14704

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Here are a few from today, after heavy rain I put the P25+ on my good old hassy with a 80mm planar :

    The harbour of my hometown :



    An a classical test picture : the cat, whose name is 'the cat' :



    Have to say to Woody and the other guys from the workshop : you brought back some fantastic shots, ...one day maybe I join you.

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    Just a quick question - is the thread only for digital medium format or can one also show film shots?

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Ed,

    See here for about 8 more pages of images and the details: http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?t=14704

    Cheers,
    Hmmm . . looks like I've been posting these to the wrong place. If a moderator wanted to move these to the Salton Sea thread it would be ok with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmawest72 View Post
    Just a quick question - is the thread only for digital medium format or can one also show film shots?

    Thanks.
    Nope, film here is fine too!

    Thanks for asking,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Hmmm . . looks like I've been posting these to the wrong place. If a moderator wanted to move these to the Salton Sea thread it would be ok with me.
    Hi Woody,

    Either or even both is fine, no worries!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    More. The Third image is a three panel stitch from an M9 shooting a 35mm chron pre asph. v.4.


    Have to say that I *LOVE* the wheel cover for the trailer!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Harry, What lens did you use one these images. DOF looks nice in the second image.
    The new 80mm leaf @ 3.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Have to say that I *LOVE* the wheel cover for the trailer!!!
    That and the road closed sign and the cross but mainly that landscaping seems to have been built to a different cost and scale than the house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Woody, these are fantastic scenes. Where is this?
    Incredible stuff - Amazing!

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    And now for something completely different.... P30+/645AFDII 105-210mm, 24mm extension tube, f/16, 1/115

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    Looks good Ron -- now I'm hungry!
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    I know the Sun rises and sets every day, but I still love to photograph them. I just printed these up and am amazed by the changing light there:







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    Thanks Jack.

    Well, here is my first one then. Hasselblad 500c/m , 80mm and Ilford HP5.

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    Perfect use of the square format William!
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    Another one but this time with Pentax 67/ 105mm/ Portra 400VC/ Epson V700.

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    Thanks Jerome. Interesting about long exposure leaves no shadows.

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    Dreams of last summer...

    Mamiya 6, Porta 400

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    Hi Everyone! My first post here Some shots from my recent trip to Death Valley NP. Pentax 6x7, Velvia...

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    There are so many good photos on this last page alone its amazing. Jack and Woody, the Salton Sea is like a place I have never seen - such a contradiction between the beautiful sunrises/sunsets and abandoned/dilapidated buildings - and your photos capture it well. William, I really like the b&w of the guy with the cigarette. I recognize the photo from some other place I have seen it posted (it made an impression on me then). Ron, the food shot is, well, delicious. Congratulations on the new P40+ Harry, you have already put it to good use. Stephane, the cat looks quite comfortable and accustomed to being a model for you.

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    Just got my new camera Saturday. Here's a couple I tried today with the P40+ and sensor plus handheld 800iso
    I assume "the" Kenny Roberts and AMA # 1...seems like yesterday... a sure sign of advancing age.

    I appreciate the "workshop" participants sharing their work...I have driven by that area a few times and took some "snap shots"...but now I am motivated to spend some time in that area.

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    Thanks Steve here is a banquet of cholla for ya. LOL

    Don't touch. Phase 150D wide open P40+

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    Quote Originally Posted by yangt26224 View Post
    Hi Everyone! My first post here Some shots from my recent trip to Death Valley NP. Pentax 6x7, Velvia...
    Hello yangt and welcome to GetDPI. Splendid first post!

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    Hello Yang,

    really nice shots! I especially like the B&W Velvia shots
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    Hassy 500c/m - 80mm - Tri-x @ 400 - and some good old windowlight

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    Very nice images of Death Valley.
    Could you tell us a bit about the lenses, you used?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Gowin View Post
    There are so many good photos on this last page alone its amazing. Jack and Woody, the Salton Sea is like a place I have never seen - such a contradiction between the beautiful sunrises/sunsets and abandoned/dilapidated buildings - and your photos capture it well.
    Thanks Mark! It is indeed a unique place and rich with photographic opportunity, at least for the near-term future ----- what is amazing is the rate at which things "dissolve". To wit, I was there three years ago and photographed this old utility truck. But this past week all that was in that spot was a pile of rust staining the ground and the remnants of one or two of the wooden pallets:

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmawest72 View Post
    Hassy 500c/m - 80mm - Tri-x @ 400 - and some good old windowlight
    Very nice!
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    Nice William and ditto on the Saltan Sea images, very thought provoking IMO.

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    Very nice images of Death Valley.
    Could you tell us a bit about the lenses, you used?
    GEO
    Thanks!!

    I had 55, 75AL, 90 and 200 with me on this trip. End up used 55 and 200 most the time, some with the 75mm AL and did not use the 90mm at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carstenw View Post
    Hello Yang,

    really nice shots! I especially like the B&W Velvia shots
    Thanks for the kind words!!

    I found Velvia converted B&W has its unique look. When it works, it is very different than the tradition or digital converted B&W. I also found it typically works better with the shots that used polarizer.

    Cheers!

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    Got sick of working this afternoon so I processed a few raw images just for fun. I'm sure everyone else is like me and has several hundred untouched raw files waiting for their few minutes of photoshop fame.

    This image was captured just as fall was approaching last year.

    Technical Details: Cambo RS, 24mm, P65+ DB, f/11, 4 sec, polarizer.

    You can view a much larger version on my blog



    Another taken at the end of the trail with a little more dramatic light:


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    Beautiful Ed!
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    Amazing amount of quality work here.

    Here is one with probably one of cheapest MF cameras on the market: Lubitel 166. It's quirky to use and the viewfinder is quite bad but is just has its own charms...
    I must have paid around USD 15.00 when I bought in 1995 but it still works without any problems. Optical quality is what it is :-)

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    William -- that is absolutely gorgeous! For a while now I have considered buying a Lubitel or Holga to scavenge the lens out of it and try and figure out how to mount it up to Phase... This image just reinforces that thought!
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    Thanks a lot Jack. This little cam can really produce some magic stuff unless you are looking for pure resolution.

    I'm sure there must be some way to stick a holga lens on a phasebody. I would love to give it a try for some street panorama ( stitched ) as well as portraits. I just miss the phase:-). Otherwise you could maybe get a drilled lenscap and try to some pinhole.

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