One more. Same combo as above: P20+ with 110mm.
One more. Same combo as above: P20+ with 110mm.
Victor, your guess is EXACTLY my reasons were for using Sensor+.
The wind was blowing about 30mph where I was perched and it took probably 90 minutes for the light to work long enough to capture the scene. There were low lying clouds with only small breaks and I needed the sun to light up enough of the scene to highlight the incredible colors.
S2 35 mm - a crop from a portrait picture - more to come if you like... and hope its still ok for the size...:-)
Your image is still WAYYY too big for a 15" laptop or people with slow internet. PLEASE
1) keep it to 1200 pixels on the LARGEST dimension, then provide a LINK to click for the larger version!
2) or simply upload it as an attachment and let our forum software deal with sizing it.
Much better. I can see it all at once on my 15" laptop and it looks far more impressive than the one before it even had a hope of looking
Re which 1200 dimension, as I said above, 1200 pixels in the LARGEST dimension! So in the case of that image, the width as you posted it -- and the 700 pixels tall is about right too. So it's also probably best to keep them no more than 800 pixels tall as that will still display easily on most laptops...
What i love here is that i can see so large shots, larger than 1200 which i love, i have a laptop of 13" and 17", i don't use those mostly to watch photos from the net not even my photos to edit as i many times working with about 2000x pics, so those laptops are not very preferable for view so large pics, and i understand that many many out there viewing pics on laptops and there are also slow speed internet users, but i feel very very happy to see so large shots on any forum on my desktop displays, those 1200 or smaller shots don't give justice to the quality of the shots most of the time, and i know it is sometimes painful if i have to post same shots twice, once with resized dimensions and the other is a link of larger size due to forums rules, but i hope one day in the future many people will upgrade their monitors and connections so at least we can see pics at 2000 or larger.
I'll be quiet now.
The issue is bandwidth and monitor size FOR THOSE FOLKS THAT DON'T HAVE EITHER OR BOTH, period. So once again, so it is painfully clear to those that want to post and/or view bigger images, POST A LINK TO THE LARGER IMAGE HOSTED WHEREVER YOU HAVE IT HOSTED. Simple solution and it satisfies everybody -- except those that don't want to have to click a link to see a larger version, but then that's their problem.
The other option is we start a new MF images thread where folks can post OVER 2000 pixel images. But don't blame me if it doesn't get the high volume of traffic that this thread does...
Test shoot with the H4D40 (1/800 150mm at F5.6 100 ISO).
I am soooo in love with this camera! Actually this picture was taken with the demo camera from my dealer but I'll get mine TOMORROW!
BTW, I love this forum and I think it's nice to have a place like this one where we can see so many pictures from different MF brands, models and different style of photography. Thanks guys.
Last edited by JCVG; 29th July 2010 at 10:38. Reason: forgot the lens model :)
Okay all you really large file enthusiasts, here you go. Enjoy!
Unfortunately photography must remain a 'serious hobby' as I run a small company in the healthcare area. I am happy to be able to exploit the travel we do, but have not tried my hand at the more creative aspects of photography. In almost all circumsatnces I am rushed, and barely apply decent craft skill of proper composition and exposure.
That said, I have a small but dedicated following of people who are interested in some of the places we have been, and I can break even on costs as I sell prints.
The harshest critics? Family, of course
Silver Falls Stitch
P65+, Schneider 35mm, f/11, ISO 50
Leica Store Miami
S2 uber alles :-)
Buffalo in the summer heat in South Dakota. Bear Butte in the background.
I went down to Tasmania (thanks to my lovely sister who spotted me the fare and put up with me for a week!) and decided to just take the H2 and the Lumix as a back up. As a result of this I have decided (gulp) to sell my Canon gear to expand my HC range of lenses. I'll be getting a 50-110 very soon, I hope, then a 35mm.
Anyway, here's a couple from Tassie. Larger sizes of these on my Flickr
A busker at Salamanca markets in Hobart. One of a group of Latin American musicians who perform there regularly. H2 with HC 150 f3.2
A carousel horse at the steam driven carousel in the Botanic Gardens. I love the manic look all these seem to have.
And one from the Scott Kelby Photowalk I led last week at Coolangatta for sunrise.
H2 | P20 | HC 50-110 | HC 150 f3.2 | HC 210 f4 ~ My Website
Did this at a workshop this weekend. Natural light, Mamiya 150mm AFD back.
The "bride" is a ballet dancer. Also shot a bunch of nude jumps with this setup.
If you care to look at those, drop a PM.
C&C welcome as usual.
From a recent beach shoot using the Leica S2 with 70mm, 1/90sec @ f6.8 iso 160.
Let me know what you think. CC Welcome.
I haven't been posting much here however here's a couple images from a recent trip to the White Mountains in eastern AZ. All were taken with the Cambo WRS/P45+ and Schneider 35mm. This was my first opportunity to try out my new (to me) Cambo viewfinder and a 35mm mask; seems that I like how it works.
I couldn't have asked for better weather, heavy clouds, thunder, rain all made for a near perfect couple of shooting days.
Thanks for the feedback David. I was stress-testing the S2 and was pretty pleased with the starting result. As you pointed out, no post at all other than crop. Certainly more work to do if this were meant for the client.
Time for bed
Nice lighting Keith!
Entirely natural light. The main source was from a door opening on the opposite wall with additional light coming from the subject window itself. This was the second visit to the location, the light on the first was poor. On the third visit the entire property had been secured. Once again, timing was all important.
Quentin, that first sepia pic is GORGEOUS!
Another from the Canadian Rockies. 300 mm APO.
Ed : beautifull Alpine View.
Don : Wow, INumber 1 is my favorite, what a great capture. In the two other I can see some pink red cast in the clouds, is it normal ?
I love the B&W conversion. Interesting comp too.
Here are a few holiday shot taken with the ALPA 12swa and mostly the Schneider Kreuznach 47mmXL. The sensor is good old tiny Phase One P25+ !!
Here, children are carefully approaching the birds (Banc d'Arguin)
Now the big Pine tree in Cap Ferret :
Back in Reunion Island, people watching at the whales :
Not very MF top quality shot but this is "fun with...", isn't it ?
Your links are broken I think...
That's strange I cansee them on my computer ? ? I have put an image link to jpeg in my Dropbox...