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    Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park, ME
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    National Mall

    About 1/2 hour after sunrise. The monument is still closed while repairs from earthquake damage are done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post

    Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park, ME
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    I remember my summer trip to Maine five years ago. I drove up to Cadillac mountain at 4 in the morning to get the sunrise and got flat light and heavy haze. Thanks for sharing what it should look like.
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    I remember my summer trip to Maine five years ago. I drove up to Cadillac mountain at 4 in the morning to get the sunrise and got flat light and heavy haze. Thanks for sharing what it should look like.
    Aboud, Thanks very much for your kind words! Pramote

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    _DSC0579 by gungyduo, on Flickr
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    That's a beauty, Matto. Nicely done.

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    thanks LLoyd, its bald river falls in Tellico Plains , TN

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFnLF View Post
    these plane shots are awesome!!

    more from the cherohala


    _DSC0670 by gungyduo, on Flickr


    _DSC0645 by gungyduo, on Flickr


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    Very nice as well. Gorgeous area. I lived a bit northeast of there, Boone, NC, many years ago.
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    thanks, NC is really georgeous

    I want to go find more local falls for sure they are everywhere

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    _DSC0236 by gungyduo, on Flickr


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    ausemmao - really like #2 and 4. Well done!

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    Cape Cod, MA
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    GetDPI workshop in Zion National Park

    Thought I would post a couple from yesterday that I shot scouting since i have a moment. All shot with a D800E

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    Oops need to clone a camera shadow . Will do later. LOL

    Im on laptop so my color could be off and will post more when Im home on my big monitor. For some reason i have a real hard time on these laptop screens getting my color perfect so i maybe off here. Message here Im alive and shooting, could not be happier. LOL
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    Same old camera, same old lady.
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    A couple from our Zion workshop, both D800 files, both quickly processed in C1-7 beta and on my laptop. Both are also from my 50/1.4G, a lens that is quickly becoming one of my favorites!

    50/1.4G at f1.4:



    50/1.4G at f10:

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    Couple more from today

    This is a 5 shot Pano with the Sigma 150 2.8. Pink Coral Sand dunes




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    Yes I am also processing these in C1 Version 7 beta.
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    Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park, ME
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    Here are a couple more from yesterday, again both with the D800 and 50/1.4 in C1 beta.

    Bush at f1.4 -- that is the natural vignette of the lens at this aperture and focus distance:



    Pink Dunes at f8, and of course cropped from the direct 50 capture, this is not a stitch. Detail is impressive, it will easily print well to 30" wide:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post

    Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park, ME
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    000ga ooga Nice!!!

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    @Pramote - another 10/10...phantastic shot . What time of the day was that ?

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    Is the beta available to the regular public...ie: people like me and others!?? thanks! eleanor


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    Yes I am also processing these in C1 Version 7 beta.

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    Promote this is absolutely gorgeous!! Beautiful color and shapes of darks and lights. Are you processing in Lightroom or C1 or any other RAW software?? Right now I'm back in Houston and have been doing some test shots around my house and yard and comparing my P65+ with the 800e using my best lenses. Looking at tonalities at 100 percent and sometimes 400 percent in LR and C1 and finding out what I have to do to mimic the smooth gradations and micro contrast I see in my Phase back. Can come very very close but the 800e is never going to have the tonalities quite as creamy as my Phase One (and the former needs a heck of a lot more processing work!!!)...I am trying shooting with the 800e at iso's 64 and even 50 to see what that does. Also shooting at iso 50 with the Phase back. One thing I know for sure tho...holding my 800e with my 35 1.4 lens and holding the Hasselblad and Phase One 65+ with the Hassy 50 lens...there is no contest...Medium format is hugely heavy and bulky and not for airline travel anymore for me.....eleanor

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    Here's another one from this morning, only I was using the 24PC. An unfortunate problem when shooting wideangles is you sometimes get surprised by what pops up in the corners when you're not paying attention...

    24PC at f8:

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    Hey that's the best looking thing that ever went in your corners. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Here's another one from this morning, only I was using the 24PC. An unfortunate problem when shooting wideangles is you sometimes get surprised by what pops up in the corners when you're not paying attention...

    24PC at f8:
    It also, thankfully, renders subjects outside the tilted plane of focus out of focus
    Ylem ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    It also, thankfully, renders subjects outside the tilted plane of focus out of focus
    I need to figure out how to "like" a post more than once!

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    000ga ooga Nice!!!
    Thanks so much! Pramote

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic View Post
    @Pramote - another 10/10...phantastic shot . What time of the day was that ?
    Jurgen...Thanks very much for your kind words! It was sunrise. Pramote

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    Just got my D800 3 weeks ago to supplement my Leica M8 - still learning! This taken in one of the floating markets near Bangkok with 24-70 2.8 @ 70mm.
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    Promote this is absolutely gorgeous!! Beautiful color and shapes of darks and lights. Are you processing in Lightroom or C1 or any other RAW software?? Right now I'm back in Houston and have been doing some test shots around my house and yard and comparing my P65+ with the 800e using my best lenses. Looking at tonalities at 100 percent and sometimes 400 percent in LR and C1 and finding out what I have to do to mimic the smooth gradations and micro contrast I see in my Phase back. Can come very very close but the 800e is never going to have the tonalities quite as creamy as my Phase One (and the former needs a heck of a lot more processing work!!!)...I am trying shooting with the 800e at iso's 64 and even 50 to see what that does. Also shooting at iso 50 with the Phase back. One thing I know for sure tho...holding my 800e with my 35 1.4 lens and holding the Hasselblad and Phase One 65+ with the Hassy 50 lens...there is no contest...Medium format is hugely heavy and bulky and not for airline travel anymore for me.....eleanor
    Thanks so much Eleanor! I don't have lightroom. For Nikon, I 've always open the RAW file in PS CS5. I've been using the PS for many years and got use to it. That's the only reason I've never used the LR.
    You are right in that the Nikon RAW file needs more work than the Phase One, mine is IQ180. I've usually used ISO of 100 but may try 50 in the future.
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    Samyang 14mm with 5 shot focus stack

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    Zeiss 18mm. I really like this lens glad I upgraded it to the Zf.2 version

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Is the beta available to the regular public...ie: people like me and others!?? thanks! eleanor
    Its by invitation only Eleanor and the beta is about to end pretty soon here (hint) but it at this stage still has a few bugs and still optimizing for the D800 cams. So not really what you want right now until the final version comes out. And I probably said too much but our readers should know its coming and its really going to be nice for a lot of cams. Been a lot of additions and improvements that I just cant share at the moment.
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    Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park, ME.
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    Potomac fall color

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Here's another one from this morning, only I was using the 24PC. An unfortunate problem when shooting wideangles is you sometimes get surprised by what pops up in the corners when you're not paying attention...

    24PC at f8:

    That's the most serious occurrence of sensor dust I've ever seen.

    (As an aside, "dust" in Norwegian means "fool" )
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    Hey I resemble that remark. LOL

    Morning from Zion National Park. Zeiss 35mm F2 lens

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    Images with your morning coffee. Zeiss 25mm F2 lens a 25 second exposure.




    Nikon 85mm waterfall. Time for your shower. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    That's the most serious occurrence of sensor dust I've ever seen.

    (As an aside, "dust" in Norwegian means "fool" )
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