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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Don't forget you are processing in Lightroom and Charlie is using C1
    Excellent point Terry --- C1 and LR do very different things with color and often even gamma with the same camera, let alone different ones.

    Quote Originally Posted by hatam View Post
    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.
    Mike, GREAT captures and thanks for posting these --- what a wonderful group!

    ~~~

    Here are a few of mine, fun memories:

    Playing around with the 12 -- A new arch forming, come back in a million years and this will be bigger :



    The last morning --- bittersweet for this trip --- with the "Three Gossips":



    And then, that special morning we will all fondly remember as the "coldest freaking morning we have ever felt, let's get to that diner and get some coffee now!" :



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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Mike great shots of the folks attending Moab. I still have my week long beard growth and my kids hated it. I pick my wife up this afternoon coming from Chicago we will see what she thinks. BTW she called me last night going out to dinner in Chicago and it was -23 degrees with the wind chill. And we thought we froze our arch off that one morning. Sorry folks but now you know why i reside in Arizona 76 degrees today.
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Jack love the last one. Print it
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Driving home . Monument Valley 75 lux. I cooked this one a little
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    I was just lurking here from the Small Sensor Cameras, but I am stunned by all your superb and wonderful photos you all made in the Moab region . Really WOW!! You guys make those Leicas sing .

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Heh, Mike those pics are cool. Here are two posted primarily for content, not necessarily quality. Guy and Jack, thanks again for all your work.

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Mike Hatam - thanks for posting the Moab Diner images, very cool. Also, it was a great experience to go out shooting with you, I truly enjoyed it.

    Here is another Diner photo.





    Sorry, the focus is not on the eye - I was busy admiring the equipment!

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Herbert View Post
    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
    Must be IR
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    Mike Hatam - thanks for posting the Moab Diner images, very cool. Also, it was a great experience to go out shooting with you, I truly enjoyed it.

    Here is another Diner photo.





    Sorry, the focus is not on the eye - I was busy admiring the equipment!

    Don't let my wife see this shot!!!

    Just playing around with Jim's "big gun"...
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Jack love the last one. Print it
    Definitely Bud! Will be printing several of these for the Carmel Printing workshop

    BTW for those interested, Mike and Jim will be on hand in Carmel too, assisting with printing!


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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Charlie,

    I really like this angle --- totally unique for one of the most photographed natural structures in Moab!
    Thanks Jack but Guy needs to get credit for the composition. I took my camera off the tripod and started walking around shooting. At one point I followed guy up on this rock at his recommendation.

    And boy was I glad I had my Yak Trax on for this shot and the one I posted of Mesa Arch several pages back because the snow covered rocks were treacherous and I really could of went right off the edge.
    But I was thinking, for next year if I do slide of the edge and plummet down I will send a signal:
    - wave my arm over my head one time - does not mean I am ok, just means throw the tripod down because I have a good angle
    - wave my arm over my head two times - throw down a spare battery
    - wave both my arms over my head - tell the freeking rescue copters to back off for a minute because they are in my frame!!!

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    ROTFLMAO , great one Charlie
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by hatam View Post
    Don't let my wife see this shot!!!
    This was Jack's response when the waitress said: "Today's special is the Mamiya with the Aptus back, who's gonna order that?"


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    I thought it was just Jack's attempt at doing Tai Chi sitting down. Note that zoned-out Zen expression. This was obviously pre-green chili!

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    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.
    Guy:

    I don't think it is just white balance. I think the M8 is overexposed in one of the colour channels in the illuminated area under the arch. There is no detail in the M8 shots, while the DMR still has it. Was there an UV/IR filter fitted to your 18mm?

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    This was Jack's response when the waitress said: "Today's special is the Mamiya with the Aptus back, who's gonna order that?"


    I think that was in response to "Who wants coffee?" after that freezing morning... Sheesh, I look horrible...
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Here's one of balanced rock, but mine is not nearly as good as most I saw from the participants:

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by robsteve View Post
    Guy:

    I don't think it is just white balance. I think the M8 is overexposed in one of the colour channels in the illuminated area under the arch. There is no detail in the M8 shots, while the DMR still has it. Was there an UV/IR filter fitted to your 18mm?

    Robert
    Robert we have different lenses, framing and different focus points and completely differnt raw processors with different sharpening . We really need to test with same lenses and same everything , you know that as well as I do
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    OK, here's a few of my shots, quickly processed.

    This first set is from the "Garden of Eden" - right off the road, where we shot a few times during the week. These were all taken on the same evening, but at different times (as the sun was setting) and with different lenses.
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    This next set was taken at the "Windows" (Window Arch at Turret Arch) on a cold cloudy morning. Just Charlie, Mike, and I went out that morning.

    The light sucked, but we ventured in to the area behind Window Arch, and shot back through it toward Turret Arch.
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    A few random shots from inside Arches National Park.

    The last one (taken from the "LaSalle Mountain Viewpoint turnoff) is a 3-image stitch that totals about 40 Megapixels.

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Off to bed...and then off to work I go. Gotta afford that second body
    Second body!!!

    Off to work I go... Gotta afford that FIRST body!

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    But I was thinking, for next year if I do slide of the edge and plummet down I will send a signal:
    - wave my arm over my head one time - does not mean I am ok, just means throw the tripod down because I have a good angle
    - wave my arm over my head two times - throw down a spare battery
    - wave both my arms over my head - tell the freeking rescue copters to back off for a minute because they are in my frame!!!
    Excellent. I'm going to have to remember this one just in case!

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Some shots from the Colorado River, which runs through Moab.

    The last one was taken on Saturday morning, on my way to the airport.

    The 2nd and 3rd shots are pano-stitch shots, and are over 100 MP in size.

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Love the last one Mike!
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Mike, love those shots of the Colorado River.

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    From the cold morning at Windows and Turret Arch.



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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    one of the early morning IR images (M8 and 50mm preasph)



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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Best I could do here on Turret rock . The sun never hit the face but did catch some in the background rocks . Cold morning
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    This has to be the sharpest 50mm lens i ever used . 50 lux asph is just so sharp.
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    Interestingly a guess several minutes later when the sun popped a touch more i shot the 28 cron from the same spot and i know i moved to shoot other things. Weird
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Notice a little color change because of the more intense light
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisDauer View Post
    Second body!!!

    Off to work I go... Gotta afford that FIRST body!
    Preparing for this trip I never even thought about a second body. I haven't done a lot of landscape work with light that is changing very quickly and it didn't take long (what do you think guys - 15 minutes into the first shoot) to wish I could have a wide and a long lens at the same time. One body or two, my first order of business this weekend is to make 3 back to back rear lens cap assemblies (there is an old thread on camera bags with details -posted by Jack). The back to back lens storage makes lens changes easier and frankly cuts down on the risk of dropping something that doesn't bounce off the frozen or even hard ground so well.

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    We were teasing Terry at the beginning of the workshop, informing her she'd want a second body before the end of the workshop. She of course replied, "No way!" However, methinks her position has softened a wee bit on that now

    Seriously, when the light is happening and changing rapidly, AND you are in such a "target-rich" environment, having more than one focal at the ready is not at all a bad idea...

    Heck, there was one morning when I wished I had a 3rd body! LOLOLOLOLOL
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    A little to the "opposite end of the saturation slider", inspired by Jim Collum.



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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Another of Window Arch on that cold, cold morning.

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    one of the early morning IR images (M8 and 50mm preasph)


    Jim:

    Do you have anything out of the Mamiya?

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    Jack said: Heck, there was one morning when I wished I had a 3rd body! LOLOLOLOLOL
    Jack,
    Did you use your MP at all?

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    one of the early morning IR images (M8 and 50mm preasph)


    If I am correct I think it worth noting this on Jim's shot.....
    I believe that this IR shot is different than what you have seen from others of us where we got our color IR from merging files. If I remember correctly this is from the camera where it was a long exposure well before sunrise. With this technique, and the right filter, these are the colors that you can get. If I am wrong, Jack or Guy please delete!

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by hatam View Post
    A few random shots from inside Arches National Park.

    The last one (taken from the "LaSalle Mountain Viewpoint turnoff) is a 3-image stitch that totals about 40 Megapixels.

    Mike
    Mike,
    I love where you went to shoot the Three Gossips. I was excited to shoot there the last morning but I am not happy with the shots I ended up getting. You have a lot of shots where I like where you hiked to!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Mike,
    I love where you went to shoot the Three Gossips. I was excited to shoot there the last morning but I am not happy with the shots I ended up getting. You have a lot of shots where I like where you hiked to!
    Thanks Terry. I have a few other "off the beaten path" photos that I'll post soon (hopefully tonight). I took a few strenuous hikes to get off the road and get some less common angles.

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    OK, now I'm going to post a few of my favorite shots from the trip.

    First up... this is from Friday morning, when we ventured to the back-end of the park. This was the sunrise shoot (just before we went to Landscape Arch).

    I ventured out across the field in to the "fins", and saw the sun hitting this snow bank and rock at a very appealing angle.
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Another from the Friday morning sunrise shoot - back in the "fins" at sunrise.
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Here's my shot of "Landscape Arch"...
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Probably my best shot of Balance Rock. Taken from the hill across the road from the parking lot.
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    I ventured "off road" to find a new angle of the "Window Arch" cluster. This was taken about half way between "Garden of Eden" and "Turret Arch". I hiked off the road, and up a steep hill that was covered with snow/ice. It was a bit treacherous, but worth it, as I discoverd some new compositions.

    This one is probably my favorite from that hike...
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Here's another shot from the same hike. Similar composition, but taken from a different hill (nearby) with different foreground, and the sun at a lower angle.
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Jack,
    Did you use your MP at all?
    Hi Cindy:

    No, I am sorry to say I did not. I was flying so kept my bag to a minimum --- 2 M8's and six lenses () HOWEVER... Jim adn Linda happened to have an MP there to borrow and Bob Freund grabbed it, found the only roll of 35mm film left in Moab and exposed it! And, I suspect we WILL be seeing some scans on this very thread soon
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    I saw this scene on my way to Moab, when driving in from the airport at Grand Junction, but I couldn't find a way to shoot it (I couldn't find any roads that would get me close and a good angle).

    On the way back to the airport on Saturday morning, I found a road that got me within about a mile of the railroad track. Then I hoofed it the rest of the way (in 8 inches of snow!) to get this shot.

    This is at a high elevation (around 6,000 feet) near the border of Utah and Colorado, about a mile off of HWY 70.
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Yes, Mike did like to wander around....He can even be found in other people's pictures. Can you find Mike


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