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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Close of the day.



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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    To Guy and Jack!

    I am really sorry I could not participate this time, but the results I can see here and all the positive comments make me kind of fix starter for one of your next workshops.

    Really enjoy to read and watch here

    Great work and great team!

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Well, I made the airport! Here is one I just processed while waiting for my plane in Phoenix. Guy and I saw this on the drive home this morning, the back side of Monument Valley shortly after sunrise. (Moab to Phoenix took us 7 hours with stops for food, gas and shots like this one.) BTW, this is a hand-held capture, 7 frames total, M8 with 90 Summarit, stitched in photoshop --- again, all hand-held with no tripod.

    The level of detail in the final image is stunning and it will print to 8 feet wide pretty easily and maintain good print detail; you get a good idea of the detail even in the jpeg I posted. (Tell me again why I need a medium format digital camera? ) I used a clickable link as this pano is large, about 400 pixels high and 2400 wide --- click once for 900px wide, click a second time for the 2400px wide version:

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    "all hand-held with no tripod."

    Jack, I am interested to know a bit of what it took in the way of handholding style to accomplish this shot without a tripod.
    I do a lot of panoramas with my M8 and have never ventured off tripod to try and achieve a good stitch that lines up.
    Nice shot and even more impressive when you hear no tripod was used!

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Hi Scott:

    This is one of the things I demonstrate on a workshop and also one that would take 3 pages to describe in writing and about 30 seconds to show you. But the short version is you still pivot the camera around the lens nodal point as closely as possible while keeping it as level as possible

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    Hey bud, I made it home put everything away and now i hit the wall. LOL

    Nap time , but what a wonderful shot .

    Just a public thanks you to all that came to Moab and also a thank you to Leica with Jim and Linda and there support. I also want to thank everyone on the forum for looking in on us and watching the workshop unfold with images. The workshop was a huge success and we had a great time and everyone really enjoyed it very much . The good bye's were tough to do , we all really bonded very nicely and the images these folks cranked out are amazing. Next is Carmel California starting on March 26th through the 29th I believe , please pencil this in and we will also include a complete printing modules with 3 large format printers. so this will be a shoot and print workshop in the beautiful setting of Carmel california and surrounding area's. More hard details coming in the next several days so please keep a eye out for that and don't forget San Juan Puerto Rico in early May. Thanks again and more images will be posted as everyone get's settled in to there homes. Thanks Guy. It's nap time for me. LOL
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Made it home safely. Downloading images now. Hope to be up all night processing

    Nice pano Jack! Get some rest Guy, you deserve it.

    Off to Photoshop to play.

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    Guy & Jack count me in for Carmel. Let me know what I need to do to sign up? I will be coming with my wife and new born baby. Finally will be able to meet you guys. Have you guys thought about talking to Sean at Camera West to see if he would like to be involved?

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    Already contacted Sean about it and he is very interested in promoting the workshop at his stores there and being a part of it. Sean is a good friend of mine and Jacks although we have never meet he has taken good care of everyone I have sent to him for gear and i lost a college fund there myself. LOL
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    I've bought all my gear from Sean as well...count me in.
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    Great Mike and Joseph, really look forward to you guys being there.
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    I have purchased all of my photo gear from him as well. His Leica selection is unmatched. Every time we go in my wife says I act like a kid at a candy store. Please let me know when to make my deposit for the workshop.

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    Right now somewhere in America Fedex has a my package from Sean....he HAD a mint 50 lux pre-asph until I had a G.A.S. attack and called from the breakfast table at the Moab Diner and bought it.

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    I had nothing to do with this purchase , I swear
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Couple more shots as i go through this.
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    50 lux. This is a sharp lens , no sharpening
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    I saw the 50 last week you are going to love it.

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Cold morning light.

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Ramos View Post
    I saw the 50 last week you are going to love it.
    My downfall was the night before when we were at dinner and at the table we had a couple of cameras sporting 50 Summilux and Noctilux lenses. When I actually got shots in focus, I couldn't resist the temptation.

    I am sure my 50 cron, which I still love, will find a new home soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeScecina View Post
    Cold morning light.
    Hi Mike,
    Looks like you made it home and are back on the computer as well.
    I like this shot a lot including the little bit of flare through the bush.

    I'm moving all my images to my desktop and processing tonight as well. Working on the IR shot right now.

    Hope to see you again soon.

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    I like the IR shots. I was wondering if the only time you can shot IR is first thing in the morning?

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeScecina View Post
    Cold morning light.
    Mike, the back-lighting is very nice.

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Mesa Arch



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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Here is the Green River Overlook with a revision in the processing (originally posted on page 2 of this thread).



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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Guy, your skies are looking fabulous!

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    Thanks Charlie , Green overlook looks much better after your adjustments. Nice work

    The 12mm Cv and Zeiss 18mm have a lot of contrast which you do have to watch a little but it does add drama
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    Leica 21mm . Balance Rock
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    Couple more IR shots , just playing around here
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    My IR and IR/color merge attempt.... feedback welcome not sure if I did it right!!!! It was definitely not done at the optimal time of day as you can see from the color shot.

    IR - Grayscale Conversion


    Regular Color Shot


    Merged IR/Color

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Terry looks like the IR shot has too much visible light in it and washed out your sky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Terry looks like the IR shot has too much visible light in it and washed out your sky.
    Thanks,
    The only IR shots I took were unfortunately in the late afternoon. So the effect just looks like I desaturated the color image. I may try and get out in Central Park before sunrise one morning and try it again....or get up early in Carmel . I think I at least understand the merging process.

    Off to bed...and then off to work I go. Gotta afford that second body
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    We will do more in Carmel together in the morning. I want to do more myself there. I am also going to do the desert here one morning when i get some time.
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    One more.



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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    I had nothing to do with this purchase , I swear
    Neither did I...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeScecina View Post
    Cold morning light.
    Lovely capture Mike!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Ramos View Post
    I like the IR shots. I was wondering if the only time you can shot IR is first thing in the morning?
    Hi Joseph:

    You can shoot IR all day long, it's just that later day the IR overpowers most of the color that seeps through the 720 cut filter so you get more of the grayscale tones. In the 30 to 60 minutes before sunrise and after sunset, you get (IMO) the most interesting effects for landscapes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    Mesa Arch


    Charlie,

    I really like this angle --- totally unique for one of the most photographed natural structures in Moab!
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    We announced Carmel workshop for those interested http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?t=738
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    I shot that angle also along with Charlie, really liked this view of the Arch. I shot mine with a Zeiss 18mm
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Terry, Charlie and Jack, thank you for you comments. That little canyon was magical. Here's two more pines from there: first one is a Juniper the second a Pinon.(I don't know how to put the ~ over the middle n in Pinyon)
    Last edited by MikeScecina; 11th February 2008 at 09:28. Reason: punctuation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    I shot that angle also along with Charlie, really liked this view of the Arch. I shot mine with a Zeiss 18mm
    I noticed the similar shots when they were first posted. It seems to me the DMR did a better job with handling the the red highlights in the arch. Actually on all the Moab shots, the DMR seemed to have better or richer colour.

    DMR:


    M8:

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    Just different white balances Robert. I see no advantage from the DMR over the M8 sorry my friend. Go back and look at my M8 images throughout this thread and there killer with color. Remember i shot both and love the DMR but the DMR also is very warm coming out of the box about 400 kelvin warm. Just a matter a different WB on this image , i did not WB mine and not sure Charlie did either. Bottom line there both extremely good at what they do. Also he shot a Leica lens and i shot a Zeiss which there is a big difference between the two with color.
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    here is another 18mm Zeiss shot and this time i WB off the shadow snow
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    It is something we would have to really test.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    It is something we would have to really test.
    Don't forget you are processing in Lightroom and Charlie is using C1

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    True Terry and c1 tends to be warm . But here is a CV 12mm

    Okay I cheated i threw snow in there.
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    I had a great time, and truly enjoyed meeting all of you. As usual, Jack and Guy did a tremendous job to make this workshop successful. Thanks for incluing me!

    I'm home now, and starting to process some images. I thought I'd start here by throwing up some of the portraits of workshop members. I'm not sure how you all feel about me posting your images, so I'm not going to put any specific names with the images - but we all know who we are

    One of my favorite parts of the workshop was haning out in the restaurants, after either the morning shoot or evening shoot, and talking about photography. I really enjoyed these conversations. Most of these shots are from those "restaurant meetings". Some are shot with the R 80 Lux, and some with my Canon 135 f2.

    Enjoy,
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    And some more "Restaurant Moments"...
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    A few "action shots" from shooting in the park...
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    Hey Mike H,

    Kinda looks to me like you had that special infrared filter on when you shot my pic. Can't think of any other possible explanation as to why my hair would seem so gray!!!!!!

    Chris

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