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    Re: Fun with MF images

    A few from Glacier NP last week. P65+, Phase DF with 75-150 zoom:



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    Okay jealous
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Okay jealous
    Wish you had been there too my friend! And wait until you see the panos I'm working on!
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    Jack, those shots are beautiful. If they were mine they'd be on my wall.

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    Lovely work. I have gone a delicate shade of green!

    Oh, well, here is one I've been working on taken with my humble equipment (H2, PhaseOnep20, 80mm)

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    Jack, the Roadside Waterfall is nice but the Glacial Runoff is amazing, really beautiful work. I especially like that pastel color palette.

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    Thanks guys! I have printed both up as portfolio proofs and they look pretty darn good to me too, so for sure some large prints of them will be in order.
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    Paul what a beautiful shot : I do love this Lego style building and the vibrant colors you have achieved here.
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    Here is a 12 frame pano stitch from the P65+. I used the 75-150 zoom at 75mm mounted vertically in the head and swept a dozen overlapping frames as quickly as possible since the clouds were moving fast and I knew the shadows on the water would be difficult for the software to match. I used Autopano Giga to assemble the 12 frames which handled the blend perfectly, then cropped approximately the outer edge 2 frames off. What I'm left with is then about 10 overlapping frames for about 5 net frames side-by-side, creating this pano that is approximately 300MP and 2 gigs in size when flattened. At 360 PPI, it will print almost 2 feet by 8 feet natively with stunning print detail. I've got a bit of minor editing left before I print it.

    Click the thumb to get a 1200 px version, then once more for a 2400 px wide version:



    Here it is in a quick B&W. What's interesting is I kind of prefer this version:

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    Jack - the colors in Roadside Waterfall are really splendid! And it is not just those luscious 'Dalsa Greens', the reds, browns, and blues are just right as well. Wonderfully framed - very inspiring!

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    Just got back from first trip to Alaska. Wow!

    McKinley: P1 645 @150mm P65+ with a touch of velvia vision for light.
    I was in Alaska ten days before you were. The fall colors were amazing. Since I shot film with a Linhof 6x17 III, I cannot post it currently, but you can see the images at panoramicimages.com and type "tansey" in the white box to see my photo from the Eilsen Visitor's center.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Here is a 12 frame pano stitch from the P65+. I used the 75-150 zoom at 75mm mounted vertically in the head and swept a dozen overlapping frames as quickly as possible since the clouds were moving fast and I knew the shadows on the water would be difficult for the software to match. I used Autopano Giga to assemble the 12 frames which handled the blend perfectly, then cropped approximately the outer edge 2 frames off. What I'm left with is then about 10 overlapping frames for about 5 net frames side-by-side, creating this pano that is approximately 300MP and 2 gigs in size when flattened. At 360 PPI, it will print almost 2 feet by 8 feet natively with stunning print detail. I've got a bit of minor editing left before I print it.

    Click the thumb to get a 1200 px version, then once more for a 2400 px wide version:



    Here it is in a quick B&W. What's interesting is I kind of prefer this version:

    Grrr!!! . Okay first I was jealous, now i'm about to hang myself for not flying up there.
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    Thanks Charlie, thanks Guy!

    Here are two more I just worked up:




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    And one more just for fun -- you might have to squint at this resolution :

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    A few from Glacier NP last week. P65+, Phase DF with 75-150 zoom:

    Both are really nice but I love the color and feel of this one Jack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Here is a 12 frame pano stitch from the P65+. I used the 75-150 zoom at 75mm mounted vertically in the head and swept a dozen overlapping frames as quickly as possible since the clouds were moving fast and I knew the shadows on the water would be difficult for the software to match. I used Autopano Giga to assemble the 12 frames which handled the blend perfectly, then cropped approximately the outer edge 2 frames off. What I'm left with is then about 10 overlapping frames for about 5 net frames side-by-side, creating this pano that is approximately 300MP and 2 gigs in size when flattened. At 360 PPI, it will print almost 2 feet by 8 feet natively with stunning print detail. I've got a bit of minor editing left before I print it.

    Click the thumb to get a 1200 px version, then once more for a 2400 px wide version:



    Here it is in a quick B&W. What's interesting is I kind of prefer this version:

    Very sweet, don't you just love stitching 60MP images. Stunning in full res I bet. Which lake is this? St. Mary's perhaps? I have been there twice and gotten crummy conditions both time. I think going later in July to get wildflowers is just too late.

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    OK Jack, this is starting to get ridiculous. The last three are excellent too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    3D.

    Great color and the DOF really makes that old snag pop!

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    Hi Ed,

    Thanks very much, but in all honesty it's hard to do poorly there -- it was an AMAZING destination! That pano is of Lower Two Medicine Lake -- here's the Google Maps link, you can see it actually does bow like that: http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&q=...cine+Lake&z=13
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    Nice shots Jack.
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    Ah, what you can do with Schneider lens and P65+

    At 24x36, you really WANT the dof and detail

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    Wow Jack!!

    Really fantastic stuff. This thread is great, it is fun to see all the different styles and visions.

    So many great shots from everyone, lets keep them coming.

    Best,
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    Thanks Paul!

    I'm still working images up, here's the latest one:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Thanks Paul!

    I'm still working images up, here's the latest one:

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    Nice!

    I'm more of an urban landscape guy, so here's one from a recent business trip to Portland.


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    Very nice! I like the warmth and texture. I'm a fan of urban landscapes too, especially the old, corroded stuff. Getting much harder here in California to find sites you can actually gain access to though.
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    Jack, I'm really enjoying your Glacier images!

    I'm finally starting to process photos from my last New Mexico trip, here's the first:


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    Thanks Bill!

    Love the shape and texture in that one -- I assume it was from White Sands? I would like to see it in color too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    Ah, what you can do with Schneider lens and P65+

    At 24x36, you really WANT the dof and detail

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    Nice Victor! If you want to see what you can do with a P65+ behind the Mamiya Zoom, check out the CNET review in this thread: http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?t=17351
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    Gorgeous images, Jack. Those P40+ and P65+ sensors really sing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Gorgeous images, Jack. Those P40+ and P65+ sensors really sing.

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    Glad you said it because it is extremely obvious to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by billbunton View Post
    Jack, I'm really enjoying your Glacier images!

    I'm finally starting to process photos from my last New Mexico trip, here's the first:

    Stellar shot Bill. Looks like a P40+ to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Thanks Bill!

    Love the shape and texture in that one -- I assume it was from White Sands? I would like to see it in color too!
    Thanks Jack! Yes, White Sands while hiking the Alkali Flats trail. Here's a color version:


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    Stellar shot Bill. Looks like a P40+ to me
    Thanks Guy. Yes, P40+, and I blame you and Jack :-) But seriously, I do appreciate GetDPI. When I started seriously thinking about moving back to MF, GetDPI and LL were the only particularly useful sites I found.

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    Thanks Bill!

    While the original B&W you worked up is very nice, I think I personally prefer this one in color. I took the liberty of a quick edit to remove some of the yellow cast in the sand, haze in the sky and added some contrast shaping to give it a bit more punch. I've loaded it as an attachment here to see what you think, hope you don't mind! (If you do, let me know and I'll remove it immediately!)
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    Actually, I think I prefer the original! The edit looks too sterile to me...the sky and sand look more natural to me in Bill's version.
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    Well there you go Bill, shows how much I know! LOLOL!
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    I don't mind at all Jack, in fact thanks for taking the time. I didn't spend much time adjusting the colors on it, since I was concentrating on the B&W. I think it does need some of the yellow removed, in fact I just went and adjusted my copy a bit. Though not as far as yours, I do mostly agree with Stuart :-)

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    No offense intended or anything like that! I think we all have different eyes, which is of course makes it all worthwhile and interesting!
    P.S. Jack, I have really liked your recent photos, nothing sterile about them!
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    Oh, I wasn't offended at all! I had hoped the alternative processing might generate some discussion and comment and it has. What is interesting is how we all see it differently. I definitely still prefer the starker version, but respect that others have different likes.
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    Banff National Park, yesterday .
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    Another from Banff, Sensor+, 300 mm hand held.

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    Mother/cub conversation....

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    More Sensor+ from Banff NP.

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    Last one from today...four shot pano, low cloud obscuring mountains unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Oh, I wasn't offended at all! I had hoped the alternative processing might generate some discussion and comment and it has. What is interesting is how we all see it differently. I definitely still prefer the starker version, but respect that others have different likes.
    I agree, Jack - I like your version better, as well. It pops! Just to voice a vote for yours .

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    Bill,

    EXCELLENT series!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterL View Post
    I agree, Jack - I like your version better, as well. It pops! Just to voice a vote for yours .

    Cheers, -Peter

    Thanks Peter --- always good to know one isn't alone in their thinking!

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    Bill, ditto what Jack said, excellent! My favorite is the pano.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Bill,

    EXCELLENT series!
    Thanks, Jack, and you Bill. This site actually motivates one to do better, and your outstanding Glacial Runoff shot reminded me of one I'd just taken - though in truth I like yours much more!


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