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    Re: Oregon Workshop Images

    P20+, Alpa SWA, 90mm. TY Jack!




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    Great photos everyone! Glad to see alot of you are having fun with the GF1.

    Looking forward to my annual spring break in Cannon Beach with my GF1.

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    And a few more before I tackle the shots from the GF1...again GH1






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    Re: Oregon Workshop Images

    Earlier in the thread Bob had posted an image of Jack demonstrating his iPhone landscape technique. Actually, he was scouting the area to see if it warranted hauling out all his big gear for a serious shoot. After review on the iPhone he decided this was the spot and ran back to the car and schlepped out the big guns for the scene. Here he is in action with the heavy artillery.




    A few minutes later Guy did a demonstration on proper body position for framing and bracing, crucial for macro and critical work as can be seen in the image below. Bob was on hand to assist.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    And then in class, Brad shows up with a PORTABLE Espresso machine!!! And yes, he graciously fixed me one and it was delicious :


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    Care to share what it is and where you got it? That would be great for the road trips.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Alright here comes a load of images from the GF1 camera



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    The pilings are great. Look at the detail! even the seagull in the background is sharp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robsteve View Post
    Brad:

    Care to share what it is and where you got it? That would be great for the road trips.


    Robert
    Robert:

    These are the two that I've considered:

    Handpresso (I think this is what Brad is using above. (?)

    and Mypressi.

    Mypressi on Gizmodo

    YouTube has some videos as well. Maybe Brad will offer some guidance.

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    Wish I could be there with you guys your getting some nice shots. Next workshop I will have another family member coming along but she likes photography so it will be a good experience for her to.

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    Yes, guys, this is the Hanpresso in the picnic travel kit (cups, thermos, coffee pods, napkins, custom case.) It makes great espresso - all you need is some hot water. Ordered it online from the maker. Do a Google search for Handpresso.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradhusick View Post
    Yes, guys, this is the Hanpresso in the picnic travel kit (cups, thermos, coffee pods, napkins, custom case.) It makes great espresso - all you need is some hot water. Ordered it online from the maker. Do a Google search for Handpresso.
    Awesome! Thanks Brad!

    I love coffee and I am going to take a look today. It lists for 99 euro in many shops in the Hague.

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    Again, great shots!

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    Okay I went a little crazy with the color editor and processing. I was a very bad boy on a couple of these . They are out there hanging off a cliff as far as processing. The rest are pretty standard and the last 2 are from the GF1 the rest from my P30+



    Sick person behind the controls



    Went infared



    Still a little nuts



    Calming effect






    GF1 just could not decide 7-14mm lens



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    I pulled out the Zeiss 135 f1.8 lens and decided to play with "details" at the boat yard for part of the afternoon.

    Here are a few....













    I invited Guy to breakfast this morning....

    Last edited by Terry; 23rd October 2009 at 14:49.

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    A few with the Phase P45+ and the 28mm lens from yesterday at Port Orford:





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    Next up....The A900 and 135 combo does a very nice job with portraits....and this didn't crack the lens. Actually, I take it as a high compliment that Jack wants a copy of it.


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    Here is my version of the old pier pilings:



    And then in B&W:

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    Finally,
    Last couple from yesterday before I start on the processing of shots from this morning

    The full color version - this is not a sepia toned shot



    Converted to B&W



    Charlie working his Alpa


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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Next up....The A900 and 135 combo does a very nice job with portraits....and this didn't crack the lens. Actually, I take it as a high compliment that Jack wants a copy of it.
    That's two of us surprised the lens didn't crack... Seriously, I don't photograph very well and this shot from Terry is as good as I get
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    Jack,
    I completely missed the stop sign at the crane. Love it.

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    Melisa, our waitress, came around the next morning for a short shoot.

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    Last edited by Bob; 23rd October 2009 at 15:06.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Next up....The A900 and 135 combo does a very nice job with portraits....and this didn't crack the lens. Actually, I take it as a high compliment that Jack wants a copy of it.

    I like it a lot--very nice combo---and pretty decent subject--all things considered

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    Great stuff!!! Keep them coming. Anyone working with the M9? Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Finally,
    Last couple from yesterday before I start on the processing of shots from this morning

    The full color version - this is not a sepia toned shot


    Really really like the first.

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    Lovely images, all. Thanks for the treat.

    Oregon coast is sublime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Jack,
    I completely missed the stop sign at the crane. Love it.
    --- that was kind of the point of the image!
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    Tired of typing--they are all terrific. I am finding the different shooter's take on the various subject interesting--just as I did for the last workshop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Tanner View Post
    Great stuff!!! Keep them coming. Anyone working with the M9? Ben
    Actually yes . Brad shot the M9 the whole time pretty much . His never showed up from his dealer. Also Mike shot a lot with his as well. Both of them have gone home already though . Today i handed the M9 and 3 lenses to a new Leica dealer Dave Gallager from Capture Integration. That is correct CI is now a leica dealer as of yesterday. So Dave is spending some quality time working with the M9 and yes you can start placing orders folks, that includes the S2 as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Today is a all day shooting day with a special report coming on a very unique camera back. This report you just got to see
    Got your hands on the Phase One Achromatic Plus back? Nothing in this world could be more unique....so that must be it, right?

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    Doug and Jack tested it yesterday and Doug is continuing to test it today. Hopefully full report coming on both sites soon.
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    Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    That alone would have been worth the visit for me!

    Jack, Is the IR shot from that back?

    (I see Guy has posted an IR shot. From a GF-1?!)

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    Gold Beach

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    That alone would have been worth the visit for me!

    Jack, Is the IR shot from that back?

    (I see Guy has posted an IR shot. From a GF-1?!)
    Did that from CS4 under Black and White presets . Pretty cool
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    Amazing pics. Great colors.

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    Just working on some processing stuff and playing .P30+ with 28mm







    I reprocessed this . Need to dust spot later

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    From this morning with the P20+




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    Another take on the sunken boat with a processing assist to Jack. This is from my Sony and we did a side by side C1 and Lightroom processing. This is the Lightroom version but the C1 version actually looks a bit better.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    That alone would have been worth the visit for me!

    Jack, Is the IR shot from that back?

    (I see Guy has posted an IR shot. From a GF-1?!)
    Hi Vivek:

    Nope, my monochromes were all processed from standard images.

    I can tell you the mono back is very unique -- definitely can render a notable amount more on per-pixel detail than the equivalent Bayer back and has a notable amount of additional DR> Actual quantitative differences are tough to quantify, but if you accept my gut hunch, I would say roughly 50% more effective resolution and an additional 1/2 stop of DR, especially notable in the shadow details.

    Moreover is via filter choice, you can shoot full-spectrum, visible light only, heavy IR, or broad-band (no UV) images. The UV/IR cut filtered visible light images are the sharpest if focus is perfect, but the other options give you very unique looks. I suspect this back will be delivering "surprise" images for a while, with results only getting more interesting as users get experience in extracting all it has to offer.

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    On the way back to San Francisco by way of Avenue of the Giants. Bob and I came across an incredible spot.



    Here is why the name "Avenue of the Giants" is appropriate!


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    Incredible Terry, really a great find!

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    Awesome representation of one of the "giants" Terry! (FWIW to readers that may not know him, Bob is over 6 feet tall!)
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    Guy working the scene. Shot with the lowly M8 and the ancient Summarex.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Hi Vivek:

    Nope, my monochromes were all processed from standard images.

    I can tell you the mono back is very unique -- definitely can render a notable amount more on per-pixel detail than the equivalent Bayer back and has a notable amount of additional DR> Actual quantitative differences are tough to quantify, but if you accept my gut hunch, I would say roughly 50% more effective resolution and an additional 1/2 stop of DR, especially notable in the shadow details.

    Moreover is via filter choice, you can shoot full-spectrum, visible light only, heavy IR, or broad-band (no UV) images. The UV/IR cut filtered visible light images are the sharpest if focus is perfect, but the other options give you very unique looks. I suspect this back will be delivering "surprise" images for a while, with results only getting more interesting as users get experience in extracting all it has to offer.

    ,
    Thank you, Jack!

    If the Kodak, spectral charts are any true indication, it should be possible to shoot UV (with appropriate lenses/filters) as well.

    My problem is, if I sell off all my UV lenses(on a good day), I will (barely) be able to fund the achromatic back and then be without any of them to use it for UV.

    I have an invitation to see the sCMOS (http://www.scmos.com/corporate/) demonstrated. Not sure if I will be able to though. Things are progressing in those fronts well, even when it comes to smaller sensors.

    I eagerly look forward to you account and experience with the achromatic back.

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    Wow that is some tree. Nice shot Terry. Like to see the rest of that
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    Charlie that is some lens. Don't care how old it is, certainly magic in your hands.
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    Looks like these guy's are looking for a little Fish and Chips if you ask me. LOL
    GF1 with kit lens





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    Yesterday was a great day to shoot.
    Here are a few just quickly processed.








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    Nice Bob you got that nice reflection in the water on the second one. Like the last one as well , like driving right up to the tree . LOL
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    The first one is the ONE though. I think everyone nailed that shot down for the wall hanger.
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    You "guys" have done great. Inspires me to get back up to that area soon. I like shooting there and you all have whetted my appetite to revisit it. Hope you all had a great time. Keep the images coming!

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