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    I think I want a larger monitor....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnH View Post
    I think I want a larger monitor....
    50" or 60"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    50" or 60"?
    I think we need to start measuring in feet, not inches...

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    I think I want a larger monitor....


    Well, here's one way to do it- 4x30" monitors 2x2 of 2560x1900 = 5120x3800 (the graphics cards double as a toaster!

    Actually, this is not that successfull. Besides the bezels being annoying, you crain your neck. I have since switched to 3 in a line (esp for the 6 foot panos ) and use the 4th for a second business computer..
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    I Like the second image very much! Where did you shoot it? Looks like Switzerland oder Germany
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    Re: Fun with HUGE MF images. WARNING:Very Large files posted here!

    here is a wide one

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    Quote Originally Posted by focus on art View Post
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    I Like the second image very much! Where did you shoot it? Looks like Switzerland oder Germany

    Thanks. It is in Switzerland... (es isch i dr schwiz...:-))...

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    Quote Originally Posted by xpixel View Post
    Thanks. It is in Switzerland... (es isch i dr schwiz...:-))...
    Knew it. (Wo gnau? Do gsehts irgendwie überall glich us...Oh Gott, s'ganz Forum wird dur üseres Schwizerdütsch verwirrt si...=D)
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    Quote Originally Posted by focus on art View Post
    Knew it. (Wo gnau? Do gsehts irgendwie überall glich us...Oh Gott, s'ganz Forum wird dur üseres Schwizerdütsch verwirrt si...=D)
    Das isch im Baselland, genauer im Laufetal. Di chöne do nid mit Google übersetze wemer schwizerdütsch rede...:-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by xpixel View Post
    Das isch im Baselland, genauer im Laufetal. Di chöne do nid mit Google übersetze wemer schwizerdütsch rede...:-)
    Ach so okey, bini glaub no nie gsi...wohn am andere End, richtig Bodesee
    Ne, de chönds nid benutze...nur wege Spam sperre
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    Nice shots, xpixel & jlm, well done!!!
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    Re: Fun with HUGE MF images. WARNING:Very Large files posted here!

    OK, let's hope this works

    The following is a shot taken on a Hasselbald H4D-50 with HCD 28mm lens at F/16. In fact it is an exposure fusion (but not a full HDR) of 3 images to retain stained glass window detail. Obviously it has been somewhat compressed for the web.



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    Quote Originally Posted by focus on art View Post
    Knew it. (Wo gnau? Do gsehts irgendwie überall glich us...Oh Gott, s'ganz Forum wird dur üseres Schwizerdütsch verwirrt si...=D)
    Keine Sorge! Some of my best friends are Swiss

    anyway, even us 'merickins' appreciate good images. Keep them coming

    best regards
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    focus on art and xpixel: es sind no anderi do wo eu choend verstah... s'Baslelland kenni allerdings nu vom Dienscht und bi Nacht.

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    Oh, doch no paar wo üs verstönd.

    @Quentin Can't see a picture...
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    shot with the 40mm CFE IF, CV-39, very little processing, pretty much full frame





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    Re: Fun with HUGE MF images. WARNING:Very Large files posted here!

    Try this, hope it works

    Edit: Seems to work in IE and Firefox, new Dropbox account

    To repeat, the following is a shot taken on a Hasselblad H4D-50 with HCD 28mm lens at F/16. In fact it is an exposure fusion (but not a full HDR) of 3 images to retain stained glass window detail. Obviously it has been somewhat compressed for the web.




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    your daughters are GLORIOUS!

    Just this guy you know

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    Quote Originally Posted by focus on art View Post
    Oh, doch no paar wo üs verstönd.

    @Quentin Can't see a picture...
    also, warum nicht?, Schwizerduetsch isn't exactly EUSKARA

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
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    your daughters are GLORIOUS!
    Thank you very much!
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    Re: Fun with HUGE MF images. WARNING:Very Large files posted here!

    Hi folks. I moved the thread to the images to share section and edited it so it's clear any large images are allowed here.

    Enjoy,
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    Re: Fun with HUGE MF images. WARNING:Very Large files posted here!

    Could you also change the thread title to eliminate the "MF"? Just so it's clear (for those who might not read your edited first post), that this thread is not just for very large sized images taken with medium format cameras. Just a thought...

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    Re: Fun with HUGE MF images. WARNING:Very Large files posted here!

    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    Could you also change the thread title to eliminate the "MF"? Just so it's clear (for those who might not read your edited first post), that this thread is not just for very large sized images taken with medium format cameras. Just a thought...

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    Of course, meant to do that when I moved the thread and forgot, thanks!
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    Taken with the Canon EF 24mm TS-E II preset to f/8 and mounted on the IR converted Panasonic G1.

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    Here is one from the X1


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    Re: Fun with HUGE images (any camera). WARNING:Very Large files posted here!

    Not sure what the point is but here is my last picture from the Dream Project I'm shooting in Jerusalem at present. Downsized to 2000 pixels. 1Ds mk3 file with lensbaby @ f22. I've never seen anyone else using a lensbaby like this so it might be interesting to some. Please forgive the watermark but at this size it's very printable.

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    My H4d-40 and 35-90mm finally came yesterday, not a great shot but had to post something

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    Hassy H4D-40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    My H4d-40 and 35-90mm finally came yesterday, not a great shot but had to post something

    Well, damned ... the OOF areas look pretty good at 90mm even at f/6.7 ... so now this is going to cost me some cash ...

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    haha I cant give a good review of the lens only taken 5 photos so far but Im very happy with what Ive seen!
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    Hassy H4D-40.

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    One from my recent Colorado trip.

    Cambo, P65+, 72 L glass. 6 shot stitch I believe. 10' wide at 300dpi.


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    P40+, Mamiya 120-D Macro, f11


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    Re: Fun with HUGE images (any camera). WARNING:Very Large files posted here!

    Here's one from a recent trip, this is the beach at San Sebastian, Spain. It's not art, but a fun 'post card' reminder of the trip. A 6 shot, 180 degree pano, taken with a Panny G2 with 14-140 zoom, handheld. This pano was assembled from the in-camera jpegs using AutoPano Giga. The full size after pano crop is roughly 2800x15,000 pixels; I have downsized to 3500 wide here. It is still a work in progress as I would normally carefully process out tiffs then edit the blends to eliminate issues. Current issues are horizon not quite perfect, some blend edge issues in the distant detail and the ghosted people on the beach. I am however conflicted on removing the ghosted people, as it adds motion to the image. C&C welcome:

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    I've posted smaller versions of this comparison elsewhere however I wanted to share these here in a bigger way.








    Also wanted to see if I could follow instructions ...
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    Don, you need to size those up to over 2000 pixels for posting here . If you used our gallery and uploaded a larger jpeg, be advised it automatically sizes them to 1200 pixs max and you have to click on that image in your gallery to get to teh big one's link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Don, you need to size those up to over 2000 pixels for posting here . If you used our gallery and uploaded a larger jpeg, be advised it automatically sizes them to 1200 pixs max and you have to click on that image in your gallery to get to teh big one's link.

    Okay I failed! Each image was over 2500 so I'm doing something wrong.






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    last one...
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    I'm having waaay too much fun doing this!



    I also forgot to add that all these images so far were taken with the Leica M9.
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    Don, you have dust bunnies!

    FWIW, the first couple looking pretty dark on my monitor too...
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    Don, you have dust bunnies!

    FWIW, the first couple looking pretty dark on my monitor too...
    Jack - I was going to go all out and clean and process the test images but decided what the heck - all I was doing was comparing the focal lengths anyway. Besides, as big as these images are I think they qualify as jackalopes!

    The images are a shade dark and again that's my fault for not doing any post.

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    I took this as a favor for the folks who made this roof rack.



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    Might I suggest that you reduce your minimum size to 1920x 1080 which is the size of wallpapers I am starting to produce. If not...no problem...just throwing that out there as many new monitors are starting to adhear to that standard as using computers to watch videos become popular

    Either way..thanks!!!

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    Re: Fun with HUGE images (any camera). WARNING:Very Large files posted here!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Here's one from a recent trip, this is the beach at San Sebastian, Spain. It's not art, but a fun 'post card' reminder of the trip. A 6 shot, 180 degree pano, taken with a Panny G2 with 14-140 zoom, handheld. This pano was assembled from the in-camera jpegs using AutoPano Giga. The full size after pano crop is roughly 2800x15,000 pixels; I have downsized to 3500 wide here. It is still a work in progress as I would normally carefully process out tiffs then edit the blends to eliminate issues. Current issues are horizon not quite perfect, some blend edge issues in the distant detail and the ghosted people on the beach. I am however conflicted on removing the ghosted people, as it adds motion to the image. C&C welcome:

    Might be able to warp this to a straight horizon. Had some luck doing that with a Monument valley image pano. leave the ghosts
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    Keep em coming chaps - I am installing a 60 inch Monitor/TV in my media room so I can enjoy what the 30 inch mac monitor cant handle

    PS nice one Jack - the euro / US cross rate woudl have helped take some of the pain away from Spain !

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    Indeed it did -- we were mostly in France and with the EU<=>USD the trip was "affordable."
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