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    HI Jim
    what a smashing shot.
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    Here is one just before the sun set.


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    Just got home. Hmmm

    I want to go back to that beach. I think that is the new GetDPI.com Happy Place.


    Many thoughts run through my head looking at that beach. Sure hope there is a heaven like that.
    Terry and Charles dropped me off at the airport so I can rent a car for the day. I don't fly out until tomorrow evening, so I think I will try that same drive along the ocean on HWY 1 this evening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Just got home. Hmmm

    I want to go back to that beach. I think that is the new GetDPI.com Happy Place.


    Many thoughts run through my head looking at that beach. Sure hope there is a heaven like that.
    I quite agree, it looks wonderful. If you're looking for another beach for the next workshop, you could try this one:



    It's a bit crowded though

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    Great shot Jono
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    One from the big gun
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    I think Guy was a bit mesmerized by the Red dot Meanwhile, John keeps his eyes shut, as the Red Dot took its toll on his wallet enough this week.

    Last edited by robsteve; 13th April 2008 at 15:01.

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    I think Guy was a bit mesmerized by the Red dot Meanwhile, John keeps his eyes shot, as the Red Dot took its toll on his wallet enough this week.

    Actually, Guy had just sacrificed his Nikon to the alter of the Great Leica God, who was very displeased in Guy's acquisition of a ZD.

    Here you see a moment of worship, eyes closed in a prayer for good light

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    After the stop at Camera West, we found some deer along the hills of HWY 1. I made the mistake of using too slow of a shutter speed and the motion blur got to me. I was using a tripod, but the shutter speed at 1.60th was still too slow for the 105-280mm at 280mm and stopped down a bit. A few minutes after this I gave John a hard time for not shooting his 135 APO wide open instead of stopped down and slower shutter speeds.


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    I feel spread out like butter now with three different brands. LeNikZd
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    Hello everyone,
    I just wanted to say thank you to Jack and Guy for the workshop. I learned a lot and it was great meeting everyone.
    Thank You Again,
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    I quite agree, it looks wonderful. If you're looking for another beach for the next workshop, you could try this one:



    It's a bit crowded though
    Interesting.

    BTW, what did you use for the shot?

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    I gotta say amazing images from everybody!! I wish I lived 3000 miles closer to be able to have attended the workshop, that part of California is also one of the most beautiful places I have visited, only 2nd to Alaska in my opinion!

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    Re: Images from the Carmel Workshop

    These two were from tonight:





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    Nice Robert, you found it.

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    Hey Robert,
    Glad you decided to venture back down the coast. Pretty fun to see the same places under different light.
    Safe travels getting home and great meeting you.

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    Beauties Robert, great light! (And they'll look really nice printed out to about 16x24 )

    PS: Still cannot get over the detail in that harbor shot you took with the 30 year old Summicron 50 on your M8! It has to be the single sharpest file I have ever processed off an M8, at least centrally. May have to consider getting one of those in the near future

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    Interesting.

    BTW, what did you use for the shot?

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    I need to say it very quietly - it was an Olympus E3 with the nice 12-60 (24-120) lens on board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robsteve View Post
    These two were from tonight:





    Robert
    These are lovely Robert - did you make it down to the beach? (is it possible)?
    Presumably they were taken with the M8?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Presumably they were taken with the M8?
    No M8 for Robert last night, that would be the DMR in action!

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    Well it is all about the light. Robert looks like you nailed it, great shots. That place is my new happy spot. I'm moving in
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Beauties Robert, great light! (And they'll look really nice printed out to about 16x24 )

    PS: Still cannot get over the detail in that harbor shot you took with the 30 year old Summicron 50 on your M8! It has to be the single sharpest file I have ever processed off an M8, at least centrally. May have to consider getting one of those in the near future

    Kudos,
    Yes, a new Epson may be in my future. The Harbor print was shot with the DMR and probably a 20 year old 50mm Summicron. The 50mm Summicron for the M, the latest optical version is even better than the R lens I used for this shot.

    Here is the the image used for the print resized for web for those who have not seen it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    These are lovely Robert - did you make it down to the beach? (is it possible)?
    Presumably they were taken with the M8?
    I used the DMR with 21-35mm and 35-70mm lenses. I don't think you can get to the beach here. There was a trail to get closer for the waterfall shot, but the trail was closed and I shot from the road. That trail did not look like it went to the beach.

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    My M8 shot of the waterfall with the 28 cron
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    Re: Images from the Carmel Workshop

    Same scene with the R 28mm



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    Different spot first with the DMR + 80mm.







    This with the 28mm.



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    Another with the R 80mm.



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    STOP IT! Dang, now for sure I'm heading back over there this week!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    STOP IT! Dang, now for sure I'm heading back over there this week!
    Do I hear 8 foot print????

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    You should and go by yourself and relax. You earned it

    And when you get to the waterfall , put a sign up GetDPI Happy Place. Just throw a sleeping bag down there and some food and i will move in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Do I hear 8 foot print????
    We may need to upgrade our 3800's to the 9880!


    Guy, I should send you my DMR file from the waterfall (almost the same view as your M8 file) for you to work up the same and compare, although my exposure and focus could be very different from yours.

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    Charlie we actually shot that with the DMR, M8 and the ZD all from the same spot. Might be a interesting comparison. We did not even think of that but the ZD will be closer since i only had the 80mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    STOP IT! Dang, now for sure I'm heading back over there this week!
    I took a drive there this afternoon rather than just sit around waiting for my 8pm flight. It was very windy with a bit of fog to give these shots yet another look. These are just straight processing out of lightroom while I wait for my 8pm flight. DMR shots using the 35-70mm at about 60mm for the Vista Point image and the rest were with the 21-35mm.

    This is Vista Point.


    Don't know the name of this, but on the way back from Vista point.


    Here is the bridge shot from a distance.


    The church opposite Carmel Beach.

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    Hi Robert,
    It is great to see a scene in different light and different weather. Love the the last Carmel. Safe travels.

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    Wow Robert! On the ride to the airport I was saying to Terry it would be nice to shoot this area in different weather (fog, clouds, rain, wind, big surf).

    Looking forward to seeing more from your travel. The church is classic, very nice.

    P.S. Changed the screen on the DMR today - big difference. Took off the magnifier from Brighscreen as well and still easier.

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    You non locals may not full understand just how good you had it weather wise -- really only a few days per year where it is that clear. In Robert's last images, you can see the beginnings of how the early/late fog banks form, and in a few more weeks, there'll be a lot more fog, probably until September.
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    Nice to see you folks found the waterfall. The monastery in Carmel is cool to shoot right before sundown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    You non locals may not full understand just how good you had it weather wise -- really only a few days per year where it is that clear. In Robert's last images, you can see the beginnings of how the early/late fog banks form, and in a few more weeks, there'll be a lot more fog, probably until September.
    Well "Farmer Jack" do you have some chits with a higher authority that you got us snow in Moab and crystal clear fogless days on the coast?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Well "Farmer Jack" do you have some chits with a higher authority that you got us snow in Moab and crystal clear fogless days on the coast?
    I'd love to take full credit, but admittedly it's nothing more than educated guesses from having photographed these areas for several years -- that combined with some really good luck.

    Then again, maybe it is that Guy and I just have serious good workshop Karma
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    Nice to see you folks found the waterfall.
    Joseph, thanks for that hot tip! The short drive down the coast was very rich for shooting.

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    ... and it's about time!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    You non locals may not full understand just how good you had it weather wise -- really only a few days per year where it is that clear. In Robert's last images, you can see the beginnings of how the early/late fog banks form, and in a few more weeks, there'll be a lot more fog, probably until September.

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    I'm glad to see you made it down to the Big Sur Coast...It is Heaven on Earth.

    And Jack's right about the weather, the fog moved in last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    We may need to upgrade our 3800's to the 9880!
    Already working on that
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    Jack toasting the end of a long day of printing.


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    Jack toasting the end of a long day of printing.
    Blackcurrant juice I assume?

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    Jack toasting the end of a long day of printing.
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