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    Couple shots i just processed
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Guy:

    Is the bottom shot done with the 18mm? There seems to be quite a bit of distortion in the corners.

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    From this morning

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    Quote Originally Posted by robsteve View Post
    Guy:

    Is the bottom shot done with the 18mm? There seems to be quite a bit of distortion in the corners.
    You bet and i am on the ground actually it is the 12mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    You bet and i am on the ground actually it is the 12mm
    It is not bad then if it is the 12mm.

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    One of our fearless leaders.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by mwalker View Post
    My God what a beautiful place.
    Hey Mike --- that about sums it up perfectly. Bob on our workshop nailed it with the perfect phrase: "It's certainly a target rich environment for photographers!" And of course, the images folks are getting certainly support it

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Jack:

    This one is stunning. Was it one of those days when the sun rose below the clouds and then went into the clouds, not to appear again until sunset?
    Hi Rob!

    Thank you, and yes indeed it was exactly that type of day! We didn't even bother heading out for the afternoon and did additional classroom work instead. Really wish you could have made the flights work out to be here --- some GREAT photo ops!

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    A shot from some street shooting around Moab this evening with the DMR and the 35 Cron. Which white balance do you think works better?
    1. Nostalgic Grunge
    2. Snow Clear

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    pre-dawn

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    half hour later

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    A shot from some street shooting around Moab this evening with the DMR and the 35 Cron. Which white balance do you think works better?
    1. Nostalgic Grunge
    2. Snow Clear

    rate em or

    Charlie, I vote for the "Snow Clear".
    Looks more natural to me. In "Nostalgic Grunge" even blue is yellow
    But I'm not there, I'm just here ... being very, very envious.
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Another awesome morning of shooting! Here is an IR image I took waiting for the sun to come up --- BIG advantage to shooting IR with the M8 is you get a two-fer of shooting opportunity since IR works best about a half hour before the sun is up Taken with the 720nm cut filter, first one is "as-shot" false-color IR while second has been converted to grayscale:
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    Jack that second B/W IR shot is fantastic...best I have seen so far.
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    Good work Jack. The IR converted to grayscale is impressive. DR

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    A color IR from this morning
    This shot uses the luminosity from an ir image and color from a full color shot
    Last edited by Bob; 8th February 2008 at 12:59.

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    Monochrome IR from this morning

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    And one more.

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by DougDolde View Post
    Jack that second B/W IR shot is fantastic...best I have seen so far.
    Quote Originally Posted by hdrmd View Post
    Good work Jack. The IR converted to grayscale is impressive. DR
    Doug and hdrmd,

    Thanks or the kind words! IR add quite a dimension to a regular outdoor shoot, so I suspect I'll be doing more of it in the future

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    Bob:

    Wow, the colors went really wild in that last one --- very cool!
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    Really like those IR shots guys... nice work.

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    They're all fabulous shots, guys, and I'm sorry I couldn't be there with you!

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    Jack,
    what settings did you use on your M8 to capture that IR image? Were you shooting RAW? You mentioned a 720nm cut filter, I have a B+W 092 IR filter is that equivalent?
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    Couple more
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    ...............WOW, I really feel I'm missing out.....

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Jack,
    what settings did you use on your M8 to capture that IR image? Were you shooting RAW? You mentioned a 720nm cut filter, I have a B+W 092 IR filter is that equivalent?
    Hi Carlos:

    Yes, the B+W 092 is a 720nm cut which is what I used for that image --- the 720 is my preferred because it lets in a bit of color. My technique is very simple: I mount the filter on the lens (make sure to remove the standard UV/IR cut filter first!), camera on tripod, use RAW, auto exposure and AWB on the M8 and fire That exposure was nearly 30 seconds at f8, ISO 160 as the IR filter cuts a significant amount of light. I then processed that one in Lightroom, though C1 will give you more adjustability for color balance. Be sure to set focus a bit closer than for visible light, about the 10 foot mark for infinity on a 50.

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    Test IR image that I am still in need to work
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    One more shot....others later. Having too much fun.

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    some of the crew waiting for thr moment
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    A few first posts from my wonderful experience in Moab!




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    Anyone have a beer to go with my buckwheat pancakes.




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    Always thinking of old friends...
    Found you in Moab... Jim & Linda

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    Couple from sunrise
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    changing light, same general direction about an hour apart

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    Another contribution......




    Sorry about my little dust spot

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    crack of dawn; healed my dust spots C/V12mm
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    ..........





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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Test IR image that I am still in need to work


    Guy:

    I think that lens has a hot spot in it. What lens was it?

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    28 cron and yes it does have a hot spot but it can be fixed and here is my final IR shot with some massaging
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    Terry:

    EUREKA!!!! (You found it!)


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    B&W Ir shot
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    More tress from Moab.


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    OK, my final set at the end of the workshop
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    From a very target rich environment even the freaking garbage cans have good color , don't mind the shadow from the idiot shooting it. LOL
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    Wait maybe I should have shot this with the IR to get that Leica glow
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    You do garbage, I do crap(ers) --- and yes, even they look pretty good :
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    I couldn't get close to any of the sites in Moab because there was always one of these blocking the view:





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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    I couldn't get close to any of the sites in Moab because there was always one of these blocking the view:




    What rich colour and contrast! That must have been shot with a DMR

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    Quote Originally Posted by robsteve View Post
    What rich colour and contrast! That must have been shot with a DMR

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