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Fun with MF images 2021

Mexecutioner

Well-known member
Rodrigo, beautiful job of both growing and photographing! I have a hard time getting enough potassium, avocado's are one of my favorite ways to help with that.
Thank you Greg, yes, they are a great source of potassium and some good fats as well, unlike the brisket I just had for lunch.
 

Ed Hurst

Well-known member
Ed is so encouraging, I'll post another. This image, like many I've taken, reveals some aspects on the computer that I did not see in the field; aspects that I wish I could revise. I can try again, but I learned long ago that you can't return to a scene.
Another absolute belter, my friend! Love it :)
 

Kinya28

Well-known member
Calla Lily, Big Sur, California

Came back again to this photogenic site. It is absolutely beautiful site but not very easy to find a balanced composition at this rather chaotic location. Always hoping to find a better composition in next visit when I leave here after sunset.

PhaseOne IQ4-150/ Cambo WRS-1600/ HR40mm/ Focus stacked

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P. Chong

Well-known member
Two photographs taken on my way back to the car park after a meeting. This is at the Marina Bay Sands Shoppes area, the shopping centre which is a part of the Sands Casino and the Hotel and Resorts. The concept is similar to the huge casino resorts of Las Vegas. Here is canal within the mall.

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The high ceilings of the mall, with beautiful curves.

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As usual, Hasselblad H3D-39 with my favourite lens HCD 4/28.
 

anyone

Well-known member
Finland

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Hasselblad 500C/M, Distagon CF 50mm, P20+

Phase One didn't get a lot of love lately in this forum due to their questionable firmware upgrade policy for the backs. However, on the software-editing side, I think they are acting nicely: all backs are of course still supported, the latest versions of Capture One can be always used, and the new software really also makes older images shine.
 

P. Chong

Well-known member
Sometimes, I wonder how to display a very wide pano in digital format. I have printed some of the other panos I have done. This is one I made recently from the roof top garden of the [email protected], a high rise residential building in Singapore. The garden is located at level 39. This is the view towards the CBD of Singapore. As usual, H3D-39 with HC 2.8/80, 5 panel stitch in Photoshop, done after Phocus raw conversion and BW output into jpeg.

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dj may

Well-known member
Sometimes, I wonder how to display a very wide pano in digital format. I have printed some of the other panos I have done. This is one I made recently from the roof top garden of the [email protected], a high rise residential building in Singapore. The garden is located at level 39. This is the view towards the CBD of Singapore. As usual, H3D-39 with HC 2.8/80, 5 panel stitch in Photoshop, done after Phocus raw conversion and BW output into jpeg.

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Digital representation does not do justice to wide panoramas. You could try a video; it is a little better, but not as good as a print.
 

nathantw

Member
Sometimes, I wonder how to display a very wide pano in digital format. I have printed some of the other panos I have done. This is one I made recently from the roof top garden of the [email protected], a high rise residential building in Singapore. The garden is located at level 39. This is the view towards the CBD of Singapore. As usual, H3D-39 with HC 2.8/80, 5 panel stitch in Photoshop, done after Phocus raw conversion and BW output into jpeg.

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I normally use Gigapan to display it. You can zoom into the photos. Here's one I shot with my Hasselblad with a Phase One back. http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/206812 I have others not shot with the Hasselblad where you can zoom in quite a bit. For example: http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/215753 It's free to sign up and post. Apparently there are a lot of photos from Mars there. www.gigapan.com
 
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