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    Quote Originally Posted by Optechs Digital View Post
    Another image with the P25 and Alpa TC. This one with 47mm lens. I am always surprised by the detail and sharpness of this image. The sensor is even mostly clean I hope this jpeg does it justice.
    Cool Paul, did you focus this on the ground glass or just by guessing? Seems sharp from very close to at least the branches in the background. Is it f/11?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterL View Post
    Cool Paul, did you focus this on the ground glass or just by guessing? Seems sharp from very close to at least the branches in the background. Is it f/11?

    Cheers, -Peter
    Thanks Peter,

    It was focus by estimation. I set the lens distance scale to what I thought the distance was to to the front corner of the structure then stopped to f/16.

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    Last Sunday there was no rain for the first time since two weeks .
    So I took the chance to shoot my first ALPA + HR 4,5/28mm + CFV-39 images .

    Attachment 30729

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    I am planing to produce a calendar with these type of houses .

    Click on the image and then click again to see the full image .

    Jürgen

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    Dear Juergen,

    Yes, interesting concept; do it.

    BTW, did you PS out the potholes?

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    nice ones Jurgen...I shot this of a friend's house in Dresden earlier this month, when the weather was a bit better...actually it was the only day in Saxony that was 25C in late April.


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    two weeks ago, week-end at Neusiedler See in Austria, Contax 645, Tele-Apo-Tessar 4/350 and Sinar 75LV back

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    Nice first post, and welcome to GetDPI!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    . . . . . . .
    BTW, did you PS out the potholes?
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    After our long and very cold winter this seems to be one of the very few
    crossings with no potholes .

    BTW PSCS5 , which I have installed two days ago has a very comfortable function to retouche "potholes" and other unwanted smaller subjects .

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    Shot this yesterday with friends in Washington State. I call it Nostalgia.
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    Oh yes Bill

    I do love these kind of images . Nice shot .
    It would perfectly fit into a calendar titled : Forgotten Cars .
    Thanks for posting .

    Jürgen

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    Hi,

    last year I, too, got bitten by the MF virus. So this year's trip to Paris, France, saw me with a Hassi 503 and CFV16 in the streets.
    Well, I had some fun even though this combination is a bit heavy.

    Ciao,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Shot this yesterday with friends in Washington State. I call it Nostalgia.
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    Bill,

    LOVE everything about this image!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Bill,

    LOVE everything about this image!!!
    Thanks Jurgen & Jack,

    Several of our group shot this and my guess is you might see it elsewhere too!
    Bill

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    Yosemite yesterday


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    Very nice Joe!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Last Sunday there was no rain for the first time since two weeks .
    So I took the chance to shoot my first ALPA + HR 4,5/28mm + CFV-39 images .

    Attachment 30729

    Attachment 30730

    I am planing to produce a calendar with these type of houses .

    Click on the image and then click again to see the full image .

    Jürgen
    Hi Jürgen,

    My name is Darr and I am fairly new to this forum. I like these images very much and I would enjoy a calendar made with these types of architectural images. I am curious since I just purchased an Alpa Max, which image is from the Hassy and which image is from the Alpa? I have only had time to test my new Alpa with the Alpa/Schneider 47xl lens, but so far I find the test images to be superior in sharpness to my other MF digital setups which are: Arca Swiss M-Line 2, but with non-digital dedicated lenses and my Mamiya RZ67 IID. I am curious and would appreciate any feedback.

    Kind regards,
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    Thanks Jack. I had work to do above Bass Lake so I figured we would make a day of it. I have never seen so many photographers outside of a sporting event

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    I haven't been posting here lately as I've been getting used to my new Leica M9. Here's a 2-shot panorama using my WRS/P45+ and Schneider 120mm lens with 20mm shifts. We've been in Monument Valley since yesterday and moving over to Moab tomorrow.



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    Very nice Don. Good to see an image from you again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    Hi Jürgen,

    My name is Darr and I am fairly new to this forum. I like these images very much and I would enjoy a calendar made with these types of architectural images. I am curious since I just purchased an Alpa Max, which image is from the Hassy and which image is from the Alpa? I have only had time to test my new Alpa with the Alpa/Schneider 47xl lens, but so far I find the test images to be superior in sharpness to my other MF digital setups which are: Arca Swiss M-Line 2, but with non-digital dedicated lenses and my Mamiya RZ67 IID. I am curious and would appreciate any feedback.

    Kind regards,
    Darr

    Hello Darr

    I am pleased , that you like the two images .
    I am new to the ALPA world as well , and I have choosen
    the ALPA12SWA , because I also want to shoot hand held , but did not do
    up to now .

    Currently , I am looking for places of other lovely objekts . I am successful here .
    The idea for a calendar came rather sudden , as for most of my projects .
    I have already created 7 calendars , and one of them was an international project with images of 14 forum members , all around the world .
    (members of an other forum) .

    I will keep you informed .

    Regards Jürgen

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    Shooting footballmatch with H2 + P45 back is fun..





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    P65+/Cambo/Schneider 35 XL go to Venice

    I am reproducing a whole batch of Canaletto paintings using contemporary technology but whilst I was schlepping around Venice with all the gear, other stuff kept happening. I quite liked this one...



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    "Shot this yesterday with friends in Washington State. I call it Nostalgia."

    "Several of our group shot this and my guess is you might see it elsewhere too!"

    MR has his version as the home page of LuLa at the moment, but I much prefer Bill's take.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arjuna View Post
    MR has his version as the home page of LuLa at the moment, but I much prefer Bill's take.
    Agreed! Looks like Michael desaturated green or possibly used C1's "only blue" style to process his version. I think Bill's version has more pizzaz...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Agreed! Looks like Michael desaturated green or possibly used C1's "only blue" style to process his version. I think Bill's version has more pizzaz...
    Thanks for the kind comments.

    I can't be sure, but Michael was concerned about the extraordinary amount of green in the rainforest during our entire trip, so he probably did desaturate a bit. (I'll ask him!).

    My version has +10 contrast and +8 saturation in C1. I then moved the file to LR to reduce the highlights in the top left corner with the grad filter. Sharpened for the Web and that was it.

    Kevin Raber did an 8 shot HDR version that I haven't yet seen, but I'm sure it will be great, 'cos the man is good!

    Although I can bring out more shadow detail in C1, I choose not to because I think the result lacks the sense of mystery that comes with what you can't see.

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    Clearly Michael DID selectively desaturate. I like the effect.
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    yes, gives it that vintage print look.

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    Another from Olympic National Park, WA


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    I really do enjoy the images you post Bill. Looking forward to more.

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    Great images Jürgen. Congratulations.
    They both are verticals. How's your neck lately?
    (You know why)
    Nice weather finally.
    Wanna see more
    Best
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Last Sunday there was no rain for the first time since two weeks .
    So I took the chance to shoot my first ALPA + HR 4,5/28mm + CFV-39 images .

    Attachment 30729

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    I am planing to produce a calendar with these type of houses .

    Click on the image and then click again to see the full image .

    Jürgen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Shot this yesterday with friends in Washington State. I call it Nostalgia.
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    Bill, that's super nice. Kudos!

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    David K, you're very kind!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uaiomex View Post
    Great images Jürgen. Congratulations.
    They both are verticals. How's your neck lately?
    (You know why)
    Nice weather finally.
    Wanna see more
    Best
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    Hi Eduardo

    Yes , the images are virtical oriented .
    They are not taken with a HASSELBLAD camera , but with an ALPA12SWA + CFV-39 back .
    Here you can easily mount the DB adapter both ways . And you just turn the mask in the view finder as well . If you are using the view finder .
    I used the HASSELBLAD SWC screen + RMfx finder . That works perfectly well .
    More "houses" to come , when the weather will finally be better .
    We have the coldest and most rainy May since about ten years .

    Best reagards . Jürgen

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    [QUOTE=tashley;212225]I am reproducing a whole batch of Canaletto paintings using contemporary technology but whilst I was schlepping around Venice with all the gear, other stuff kept happening. I quite liked this one...


    Hi Tashley,

    I really like that shot, the soft colors in the background, the not so soft colors of the luggage, and of course the jumping girls.

    Greetings,
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    This one taken with Phase One P21, Alpa TC and 47mm. I really like the three dimensional feel of this image.

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    Shot at the Malter Dam, Saxony, Germany. HCD 4/28 with H3D-39.

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    ^ Tareq, the second and fourth shots are stupendous. Your technique has really improved (as has your gear list, heh) over the years since I first saw you post over on POTN. Well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Negative View Post
    ^ Tareq, the second and fourth shots are stupendous. Your technique has really improved (as has your gear list, heh) over the years since I first saw you post over on POTN. Well done.
    Thanks mate [POTN-Fellow]!

    I didn't post shots i did in our new house of 2 models, my best ever, but i don't want to show because it will be disappeared with people experienced/talented shots.
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    Thanks mate [POTN-Fellow]!

    I didn't post shots i did in our new house of 2 models, my best ever, but i don't want to show because it will be disappeared with people experienced/talented shots.
    Cheers!

    Don't sell yourself short; you've got some great stuff. Show it.

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    a tad over exposed, maybe a stop. guess i would like to see a range of tones in the face

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    I just installed my Epson 7900 printer and I can finally see what the hell I bought in print. Holy **** am i impressed. No joke this printer screams out how good these backs really are. You always knew it was the best quality but when you go to large prints OMG.
    Guy - I totally agree w/you as I see it on my 9800 - any time you want to go larger just let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    Lower Salt River, Mesa, Arizona
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    a tad over exposed, maybe a stop. guess i would like to see a range of tones in the face
    What do you mean by over exposed?
    I think i did wrong to add exposures and highlights or so in PP, the original one is just fine







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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Negative View Post
    Cheers!

    Don't sell yourself short; you've got some great stuff. Show it.
    I show on POTN more than here because i grew up there and people know me more there, and there the levels mostly are varying and even more members, here i feel all or most here are high level and have more than what i and you have and i don't know what to show then, see this thread and look at how many here have P65+ and P40+ and H4D-40/50, even someone with H3DII-39 has more lenses and accessories than me, i just have 2 lenses only, even with my film cameras i don't have much, i think i need about 10-20 years until i can be in same levels of others here [if they stay in same level for another 10-20 years ]
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    color ones seem great, much better display of skin tonality

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    color ones seem great, much better display of skin tonality
    Ah ok!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    I show on POTN more than here because i grew up there and people know me more there, and there the levels mostly are varying and even more members, here i feel all or most here are high level and have more than what i and you have and i don't know what to show then, see this thread and look at how many here have P65+ and P40+ and H4D-40/50, even someone with H3DII-39 has more lenses and accessories than me, i just have 2 lenses only, even with my film cameras i don't have much, i think i need about 10-20 years until i can be in same levels of others here [if they stay in same level for another 10-20 years ]
    Perhaps, but as they say - "it's not the gear, but the photographer!"

    There's definitely some incredible talent here at GetDPI. And gear lists that boggle the mind. Of course it's hard to "compete" with 65MP backs when you're pissing in the wind with an 8MP DSLR. Ha. But it's a friendly group!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    I am reproducing a whole batch of Canaletto paintings using contemporary technology but whilst I was schlepping around Venice with all the gear, other stuff kept happening. I quite liked this one...


    Hi Tashley,

    I really like that shot, the soft colors in the background, the not so soft colors of the luggage, and of course the jumping girls.

    Greetings,
    Andrea
    Thank you Andrea!

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