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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
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    P40+ with 55 LS from the workshop currently going on now.

    Fabulous, Guy!

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    Thanks Bill, really getting to love the 55mm LS . Glad your images pushed me over the edge to get one.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    I will go out soon in about 1.5 hour, and it is morning here, so it is daylight, and i was thinking if i should shoot something with my H4D-60, it will be outdoor shots, so tell me, how do you want me to test and how, what f-stop? what iso? and what shutter speed even? handhold or tripod?
    It will be a cityscape shots mostly, so let me know how do you like me to test as maybe some people here [or on LL] may ask me for larger size, so i want to be sure that i did it right rather than shoot and then it is not fair nuf test.
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    Couple from Bodie. Gold Mining town on the Eastern Sierra's







    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Couple from Bodie. Gold Mining town on the Eastern Sierra's







    You know something? I am a landscape photographer and i like your landscape photos, but i really love those shots more than your landscape photos, in fact landscape photos didn't make me much interest now as i am far away from it and i feel i am unlucky that i can't do it by myself as you, but those indoor shots are truly something else, my favorite are the first and the last ones, thanks for sharing.
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    A storm formed over Mono Lake as we were returning from Bodie. P65+, 80LS, 4-frame stitch:

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    Great shots Guy and I like the processing on them a lot.

    Jack, that's one beautiful landscape image !!!

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    Thanks David!
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    Here it is in B&W -- I am curious if you all think it works better this way or in color -- or even if I should just scrap it altogether and move on to something else :

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Here it is in B&W -- I am curious if you all think it works better this way or in color -- or even if I should just scrap it altogether and move on to something else :
    I like the color version better. I think this image would be more powerful as a panorama (just the middle part).

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    The color version is great, but i really prefer the B&W more, to me it depends, some shots are better with colors, and some is better as B&W, here the color is not that so much interesting even great so i prefer the B&W.
    I agree that it will be better as panorama, or if you can try a different composition.
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    from today

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    still fooling around with the new lens: 35-90H; very satisfying

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    another shot of the barnacled Bulldog with the sacrificial anodes almost gone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Here it is in B&W -- I am curious if you all think it works better this way or in color -- or even if I should just scrap it altogether and move on to something else :

    I like them both - quite different moods. The color is impressive but cheerful - the B&W moody and reflective. Depends what mood you want to communicate.
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    The color version for me Jack. I love those blue tones...

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    Jack,

    I prefer the color version!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    A storm formed over Mono Lake as we were returning from Bodie. P65+, 80LS, 4-frame stitch:

    With Singh-ray gradual ND filter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xinchenc View Post
    With Singh-ray gradual ND filter?
    Nope, I didn't use any filters; that's pretty much "as-captured" from the Phase. FWIW, the only filters I carry anymore are regular ND and a polarizer, and I basically never use the polarizer...

    Thanks for the feedback guys! I think I prefer the color version too, but I've decided to work up and print both to compare them.
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    very nice photos on this page! Jlm the 35-90mm is a supurb lens isn't it!
    Some pictures Ive taken from the past few weeks or so, all taken with H4D-40 and 35-90mm first two are 3 image stitches cropped.















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    Will, I really like the compositions, especially #1 and #3! FWIW, and it may be my monitor, but the sky looks pretty cyan in #3...
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    Jack,
    I love the color version!
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    will;

    very nice, and the lens is becoming my fave.
    looks good in your #2 against flare as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    Jack,
    I love the color version!
    -bob
    Thanks Bob, I'm starting to lean that way myself
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    A storm formed over Mono Lake as we were returning from Bodie. P65+, 80LS, 4-frame stitch:

    Absolutely stunning, Jack! Well-framed and printed in large format this image must be amazing!

    What do you mean by 4-frame stitch - do u do this free-standing by hand and just let photoshop do the work? I thought one needs a pano-head to do these kinds of things.

    Again, this image must be beautiful when printed!

    Regards

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    Couple from Mono Lake

    This one shot with P40+ and 28mm for 4 seconds Iso 50




    Here is a interesting one for 30 seconds and also shot a few for a minute with no noise issues. 80mm LS



    Yes both Jack and I shot similar shots and we are both banding a little. We tend to lean towards the blue being out of gamut on this specific color. We will try when both get home on our big wide gamut monitors
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    Last one before i start the 900 mile trip home. Catch everyone soon.

    Mono Lake 5 stitch Pano. Not sure I like it though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post


    cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Couple from Mono Lake


    Here is a interesting one for 30 seconds and also shot a few for a minute with no noise issues. 80mm LS

    WOW Guy.. LOVE IT!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    very nice photos on this page! Jlm the 35-90mm is a supurb lens isn't it!
    Some pictures Ive taken from the past few weeks or so, all taken with H4D-40 and 35-90mm first two are 3 image stitches cropped.















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    love it!

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    xpixel

    S2?

    what did you use for B&W conversion?

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    Will, these are FABULOUS! Espec. 2 and 3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    very nice photos on this page! Jlm the 35-90mm is a supurb lens isn't it!
    Some pictures Ive taken from the past few weeks or so, all taken with H4D-40 and 35-90mm first two are 3 image stitches cropped.















    cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Spinnler View Post
    Absolutely stunning, Jack! Well-framed and printed in large format this image must be amazing!

    What do you mean by 4-frame stitch - do u do this free-standing by hand and just let photoshop do the work? I thought one needs a pano-head to do these kinds of things.

    Again, this image must be beautiful when printed!

    Regards

    Paul
    Thanks Paul! The stitch is done simply with my Cube, though any head with a panning top will work equally well: Simply level the head and pan the camera. I overlap each frame by about 50%. So in the above example, the four frames equal one frame tall by about 2-1/2 total wide, and since i had the camera vertical, it rendered that aspect ratio.

    1) These frames are captured at the identical exposure and focus settings;

    2) the frames were then processed with identical settings in my raw converter (C1);

    3) then the processed files were brought into CS5 stitched using the "Photomerge" tool;

    4) that merge was then cropped and locally edited in CS5 to what you see here.

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    Here are a few more from the workshop, all P65+,

    80LS:


    55-110:


    55-110:


    55-110:
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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    xpixel

    S2?

    what did you use for B&W conversion?

    regards
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    Yes its S2 and i have used Nik Silver Efex Pro...

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    [QUOTE=Guy Mancuso;256693]Couple from Bodie. Gold Mining town on the Eastern Sierra's

    man those are killer!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Couple from Mono Lake


    Here is a interesting one for 30 seconds and also shot a few for a minute with no noise issues. 80mm LS
    wow..
    *drools staring at the screen, completely lost*

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    Morning got home last night after a 13 hour drive. Man am I beat up from that. LOL

    Going back looking at the banding I thought was in the one image appears not to be there on the wide gamut monitor. Have to say looking at these images these 40 mpx sensors have it going on. After playing with the Arca for a week might just have to get one for this kind of shooting. I used every lens I had which makes the tech cam a little harder for me . I do like the variety of the look of each type of lens.

    Have to go back this week and process more images but we hit the mother lode with respect to having plenty to shoot. 3 folks already from this workshop already booked next fall's workshop.
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    Couple more here . Reprocessed some of these. My laptop was not correct on the road.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    3 folks already from this workshop already booked next fall's workshop.
    Based on the images I've seen posted I am not surprised. Looks to have been a great workshop.

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    Wow, Jack and Guy, those are some gorgeous shots.

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    Some NYC fall colors. P20+, 110/2







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    Guy,
    Excellent series here. Fantastic.
    Hope the workshop is going great.
    Steven,
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    I liked the older one better

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    Couple from Bodie. Gold Mining town on the Eastern Sierra's







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    Antelope Canyons...



    More and larger pictures, and my discourse at my blog:

    http://peter-chong.blogspot.com/2010...pe-canyon.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    Some NYC fall colors. P20+, 110/2
    Stellar!

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    Agreed
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    Some NYC fall colors. P20+, 110/2
    Charlie, these are awesome!
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