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    Re: Blends

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Mike - the color pallette of these Olive Grove shots is outstanding. Reminds me of John Constable's paintings. He is said to have been early inspiration to the impressionists.

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    Thanks Keith, I have been striving for the moody rich color pallette. Just watched a documentary on Turner and I was really inspired by his use of color.

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    I'll check out John Constable as well.

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    Re: Blends

    I received my m4/3 to M42 tilt converter from www.adranololli.com.

    With my Pentax 50/1.4 I got some early good results. The adapter is well made, fits well to my G1 and takes my Pentax and Russian M42 lenses with no problem.
    It's very similar to my Lensbaby Composer, but has the advantage of being able to put some legacy lenses onto it.

    Seems to have 30% less tilt than the Lensbaby


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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    I received my m4/3 to M42 tilt converter from www.adranololli.com.

    With my Pentax 50/1.4 I got some early good results. The adapter is well made, fits well to my G1 and takes my Pentax and Russian M42 lenses with no problem.
    It's very similar to my Lensbaby Composer, but has the advantage of being able to put some legacy lenses onto it.

    Seems to have 30% less tilt than the Lensbaby


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    I love this image Keith. I think I might have to buy one of these adapters. I wished it would work for all my Cosina Voigtlander lenses. I guess I would have to start buying other lenses now.

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    Re: Blends

    Goat in the arch of an olive tree


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    >I received my m4/3 to M42 tilt converter from www.adranololli.com.

    Link does not work for me
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    Re: Blends

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    Goat in the arch of an olive tree


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    Hi Mike,
    The composition and color are simply superb! I love the little goat inside the arch of a huge olive tree. All the best, Leica 77.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    I received my m4/3 to M42 tilt converter from www.adranololli.com.

    With my Pentax 50/1.4 I got some early good results. The adapter is well made, fits well to my G1 and takes my Pentax and Russian M42 lenses with no problem. It's very similar to my Lensbaby Composer, but has the advantage of being able to put some legacy lenses onto it. Seems to have 30% less tilt than the Lensbaby

    Keith

    Hi Keith,
    I should obtain one of these tilt adapters! All the best, Leica 77.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    >I received my m4/3 to M42 tilt converter from www.adranololli.com.

    Link does not work for me
    Try this one Uwe

    http://www.adrianololli.com/articolo.asp?ID=3107

    This site is 99% Italian, but I had no problem in ordering

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    I love this image Keith. I think I might have to buy one of these adapters. I wished it would work for all my Cosina Voigtlander lenses. I guess I would have to start buying other lenses now.

    mike
    Mike - there are some very nice legacy lenses out there. I picked the M42 adapter because I have a few M42 Russian lenses which are excellent and very cheap. I also have a couple of Pentax M42 including my cherished 50/1.4 bokeh lens.
    Check out this discussion
    http://photo.net/pentax-camera-forum/00R9c1

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    Love the composition and silhouettes on this one Michael

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    Re: Blends

    Here is another test shot from my tilt adapter. This one is from a newly acquired Pentax 28/3.5 M42 lens

    All of these tilt shots are taken wide open

    My initial impressions is that this adapter has a more creative factor than Lensbaby because of the variety of lenses you can put on it. It is not so easy to adjust (but easy enough for me, and this is early days)

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Here is another test shot from my tilt adapter. This one is from a newly acquired Pentax 28/3.5 M42 lens

    All of these tilt shots are taken wide open

    My initial impressions is that this adapter has a more creative factor than Lensbaby because of the variety of lenses you can put on it. It is not so easy to adjust (but easy enough for me, and this is early days)

    Keith

    Love the look you are getting with this adapter. I have a couple of olympus lenses, so I guess I'll head in that direction.

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    Re: Blends

    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Mike,
    The composition and color are simply superb! I love the little goat inside the arch of a huge olive tree. All the best, Leica 77.
    Thanks very much. That is a big tree!

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    Re: Blends

    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    Thanks very much. That is a big tree!
    Where do you get your goat images - do you have one in the back yard?

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    Re: Blends

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    Where do you get your goat images - do you have one in the back yard?

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    He was there in the landscape of Greece. This was almost a straight image. I added texture and had to clone out a branch. The rest was just color work.
    I wish I had a goat in the backyard, then I wouldn't have to mow all the time.

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    >I wish I had a goat in the backyard, then I wouldn't have to mow all the time.

    We could share one :-)
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    Goats eat anything they can reach, so forget about having a garden. :-0
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    I've been holding back on this because I upset a member on another forum by pointing out that his image was a sheep. I think the one in Mike's images is a sheep also LOL--notice that it appears to have a longer 'coat' and is grazing from the ground. In Italy, Greece, Portugal, etc., they often herd goats and sheep together.

    I say this since I was a longtime breeder of sheep and dairy goats (probably 20 year LOL--the sheep for wool but meat also and the dairy goats for milk, yogurt, cheese). A city girl with a professional career back in the late 60's/70's who moved from urban to rural and enthusiastically embraced the lifestyle. For anyone wondering, I've done a lot of things in my life LOL (as probably most of us have)--some of them blending easily with the other parts, some not so easily.

    I know this is OT--but--just for a little education here. The sheep will 'mow/graze' since they like to eat at ground level though they will occasionally reach up and eat higher. Goats like to eat above ground level, much as deer do (they are all ruminants--multi-stomached that chew their cuds) so they will eat a variety of herbacious plants, but I can guarantee you that they can be extremely fussy about their food if they have a choice LOL. Probably more than most want/need to know LOL. They require good fencing--sheep less so--goats are clever and enjoy 'games'--like opening gates.

    BTW--I like the olive grove images also and the sheep just adds that detail that draws us in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    I've been holding back on this because I upset a member on another forum by pointing out that his image was a sheep. I think the one in Mike's images is a sheep also LOL--notice that it appears to have a longer 'coat' and is grazing from the ground. In Italy, Greece, Portugal, etc., they often herd goats and sheep together.

    I say this since I was a longtime breeder of sheep and dairy goats (probably 20 year LOL--the sheep for wool but meat also and the dairy goats for milk, yogurt, cheese). A city girl with a professional career back in the late 60's/70's who moved from urban to rural and enthusiastically embraced the lifestyle. For anyone wondering, I've done a lot of things in my life LOL (as probably most of us have)--some of them blending easily with the other parts, some not so easily.

    I know this is OT--but--just for a little education here. The sheep will 'mow/graze' since they like to eat at ground level though they will occasionally reach up and eat higher. Goats like to eat above ground level, much as deer do (they are all ruminants--multi-stomached that chew their cuds) so they will eat a variety of herbacious plants, but I can guarantee you that they can be extremely fussy about their food if they have a choice LOL. Probably more than most want/need to know LOL. They require good fencing--sheep less so--goats are clever and enjoy 'games'--like opening gates.

    BTW--I like the olive grove images also and the sheep just adds that detail that draws us in.

    Diane
    Thanks for setting me straight on that, and for the educational info. I'll make sure I change the titles of the images before I put them on my website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    Thanks for setting me straight on that, and for the educational info. I'll make sure I change the titles of the images before I put them on my website.
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    Just the little tidbit for the day LOL.

    Where are the olive groves? They are absolutely wonderful--I know they grow old and gnarly, but the one with the split trunk just works so well on so many levels for me. I don't think I've ever seen a tree like that--except for one of the redwoods in Sequoia Natl Park (I worked there when I was in college one summer). Yours and Uwe's vineyards and orchards just bring me back to look at them. I think I've liked the botanical/landscape shots (those and John's and others) perhaps the best of the blends--the tones, the textures and the intial images.

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    Last edited by Diane B; 16th January 2010 at 11:10.

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    Re: Fishermen

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Love the composition and silhouettes on this one Michael
    Thanks Keith. The waves were quite fierce that afternoon and I exaggerated the effect by "pulling" them in towards the fishermen by using a 500mm lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    For anyone wondering, I've done a lot of things in my life LOL (as probably most of us have)--some of them blending easily with the other parts, some not so easily.
    "Blending", nice one.
    By the way, which "blend mode" have you found best in life?
    I've always tended to use "Difference" - I'm the rebellious sort.

    On a more serious note, thank you for the kind explanation on sheep and goats.

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    Re: Olive Trees

    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    I don't think I've ever seen a tree like that--except for one of the redwoods in Sequoia Natl Park ...
    Hmm, I'd venture a guess that being olive trees they are in fact two trees that grew together that way.

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    Hmm, I'd venture a guess that being olive trees they are in fact two trees that grew together that way.
    Thanks--now there's a point you probably have more knowledge than most of us have--being in Spain. I know nada about olive trees--have never even seen one that I know of--not even in our arboretums that I can remember.

    I like your mode in blending LOL--difference!!!

    I meant to comment on your fishermen shot also--I did say that I liked the botanicals/landscapes best, but there aer some others that stand out for me also--this being one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    Just the little tidbit for the day LOL.

    Where are the olive groves? They are absolutely wonderful--I know they grow old and gnarly, but the one with the split trunk just works so well on so many levels for me. I don't think I've ever seen a tree like that--except for one of the redwoods in Sequoia Natl Park (I worked there when I was in college one summer). Yours and Uwe's vineyards and orchards just bring me back to look at them. I think I've liked the botanical/landscape shots (those and John's and others) perhaps the best of the blends--the tones, the textures and the intial images.

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    Hi Diana,

    These were all shot in Greece on the Island of Lesbos.

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    Roof shot with E-P2 with Olympus 4/3 14-52mm



    Flower G1 + 45-200mm

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    Re: Blends

    Thoroughly enjoying these. Mike R, your images are always so well done. Michael, I love the fishermen. Uwe, the roof tiles blend works really well. Keith, you've shown us a cool new twist with the tilt device.
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    I've said it before--this is my favorite thread in a long long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    I've said it before--this is my favorite thread in a long long time.
    Mine too and the one "Shoot and create later".
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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    Roof shot with E-P2 with Olympus 4/3 14-52mm



    Flower G1 + 45-200mm

    Great shot Uwe, I love the subtle use of texture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    Great shot Uwe, I love the subtle use of texture.
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    Thanks. Here are the originals (shot same walk):



    The flower alone is not that exciting but the texture helps a bit.
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    Re: Blends

    I have spent the last couple of hours working on a an image that has lots of layers.
    Last time I posted a nude, I wasn't sure if I was breaking rules etc. so I put it on my flickr site and here is the link if you are interested.
    If you click on the large size, you can see the image better. It's rather dark.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/michaelregnier/4280319747/
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    Last edited by mregnier; 16th January 2010 at 22:31.

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    Re: Blends

    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    If you click on the large size, you can see the image better. It's rather dark.
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    Wonderful image. I had to create a Flickr account before I could view it (and that's OK, because I wanted to do that for other reasons, too). I don't see the option to view other sizes, or maybe I'm not looking in the right place, being a Flickr newbie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    I don't see the option to view other sizes, or maybe I'm not looking in the right place, being a Flickr newbie.
    Me neither.
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    Nor me---I have a Flickr account but don't use it often and forget where all the things are--but AIR, the 'sizes' is usually right over the image--and I looked everywhere else and didn't find a choice for full size. I'd really like to view it larger as it looks like a wonderful image.

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    Re: Blends

    Here is another link http://www.flickr.com/photos/michael...19747/sizes/o/

    Basically, if you click on the image from my first link, it takes you to another page and above the photo it has different download sizes.

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    Mike, clicking on that link takes me to flickr, but it says 'oops, this page is private'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    Here is another link http://www.flickr.com/photos/michael...19747/sizes/o/

    Basically, if you click on the image from my first link, it takes you to another page and above the photo it has different download sizes.

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    Shows: This page is private.
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    Shows: This page is private.
    give me a few minutes and I will change that, Sorry i'm new to Flickr as well.
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    Try it now. I think I fixed the problem.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/michael...19747/sizes/o/

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    Try it now. I think I fixed the problem.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/michael...19747/sizes/o/
    Works OK for me now - earlier I could not see the large size.

    Wonderful image that looks like it was inspired by the Old Masters.

    How large can you print this still keeping your the aesthetics to your liking? From your earlier discussions on your printing, I thought you did not print on canvas - have you tried canvas, and would you modify your textures?

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    Works OK for me now - earlier I could not see the large size.

    Wonderful image that looks like it was inspired by the Old Masters.

    How large can you print this still keeping your the aesthetics to your liking? From your earlier discussions on your printing, I thought you did not print on canvas - have you tried canvas, and would you modify your textures?

    Keith
    I plan on printing this one on canvas at 36 inches high. I worked the file at that size and it looks great. Might be tuff to print. I'll let you know.

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    Re: Blends

    I just posted another version of my "two nudes" on Flickr.
    My client thought it was a bit too revealing.
    Here is the link.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/michael...42247/sizes/o/

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    Last edited by mregnier; 17th January 2010 at 12:52.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    I just posted another version of my "two nudes" on Flickr.
    My client thought it was a bit too revealing.

    Mike
    It's a bit more mysterious - I think I like it better.

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    Thanks Keith. I'm on my 7th version now and still working on it.

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    Re: Blends



    Not a texture blend but a multiple exposure - 3 exposures, 4 images, "blended"

    Shot with a GF1 and a Rusian Helios 44-2 58mm f/2. All images were shot oof. I'll post some sample in-focus images in the Russian lens thread as this copy is truly exceptional - razor sharp.

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    Re: Blends

    another from my recent portrait shoot.


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