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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Really beautiful shots Mike. So glad that you got the second chance with the train cars.

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    Really beautiful shots Mike. The foreground on the Landscape Arch shot is very rich, I like how the snow sits on that branch.

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    A few sunset shots. There were two nights that were spectacular, although on one of them the sun was behind the clouds for a long time and just peeked out for a minute. No Photoshop tricks here, just normal processing and some cropping.









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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Mike, GREAT shot on the train cars!

    Terry, AMAZING pull from an M8 that far away! Was that the 90 Summarit?

    Charlie, LOVE the varied colors in the sunset/sunrise shots!
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    Great stuff folks , really if you go back from the beginning of the thread there is just some amazing imagery right to the last post and it does not stop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post

    Terry, AMAZING pull from an M8 that far away! Was that the 90 Summarit?
    Yes, Jack you know your scenery and fields of view! It was the 90 Summarit.

    For others thinking about the Summarits who read this thread, like Guy said in his tests, the 75 and 90 Summarits are very easy to focus. I "borrowed" both (from our full supply of demo lenses) for a couple of days and had no problem getting good focus (wide open) without a magnifier. 100% crop

    Attachment 1635

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    Here is the postcard view of Landscape Arch shot with the R 19mm. This is what I was framing in the photo Mike posted of me earlier. Thanks for that one Mike.






    If you follow the rock formation from Landscape Arch just to the right you will see this group:



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    Another interesting formation. Late afternoon sun.



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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    some morning faces

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    Mike: The train shot is special; a nice bit of seeing. DR

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    Oh well off to the showers the beard did not pass the family. Shave it off and look young again was the comment. At 51 how the hell do you look young again without a surgical knife.
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    Okay that hurt.
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Oh well off to the showers the beard did not pass the family. Shave it off and look young again was the comment. At 51 how the hell do you look young again without a surgical knife.

    ... and i haven't posted the link to the 33Mp head shot yet

    (on the good side, it was taken with the Planar110mm wide oen)

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    I think robsteve has a point about the strange magic and rich colors that can be seen in many images from the DMR. I mean in general.

    There is something special with DMR images that I have never ever seen with any other camera within any format. I believe Kurt also mentioned something about it at an early stage of this thread. Maybe some spookey synergy between the Imacon processor and the Leica optics, or the bit depth, well I dunno ?

    It would indeed be interesting to see some attempts of more controlled comparisons between DMR and M8 by some of those who own both. I only have the M8 and have never had the DMR, but I have always wondered what the secret was. I do like the M8 images too, but I don't think they are identical with the DMR images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    ... and i haven't posted the link to the 33Mp head shot yet

    (on the good side, it was taken with the Planar110mm wide oen)
    Now THAT will be U G L Y !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Now THAT will be U G L Y !!!

    ... and i have one of you too... it might even be stopped down to f8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Now THAT will be U G L Y !!!

    Unfortunately that camera got up close and personal with my face as well. I wish I had grabbed the CF card while he wasn't looking.

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    We should have smoother that "bad boy" in green chili while we had the chance!

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    From mid-afternoon near Park Avenue.



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    Balanced Rock












    This tree was in the area around Balanced Rock



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    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    We should have smoother that "bad boy" in green chili while we had the chance!
    I agree. LOL


    This could get UGLY fast. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    I agree. LOL


    This could get UGLY fast. LOL
    Could get? I already look pretty UGLY at 11MP hand-held in low light!

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    Just tried C1 4.01 and man does it lay down some sharpening at default , really need to turn sharpening off in this program but otherwise very clean
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    Wow this is sharp again in C1
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    And just for the sake of arguement C1 did a completely different job on this image than LR and that missing detail is right there. Pretty interesting
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Could get? I already look pretty UGLY at 11MP hand-held in low light!


    guess those eyes

    eyes-1



    eyes-2





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    This new c1 update seems better tuned to the M8. Thoughts folks
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    Are there any resources available to actually learn C1. I haven't found any books on it.

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Jim: First tone is Guy, second one is the waiter's at the Mexican restaurant

    Guy: The big difference I see is C1 is significantly more yellow at standard settings... It also over-sharpens, so you need to be careful if you are working up prints form it as you can get artifacts.
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Are there any resources available to actually learn C1. I haven't found any books on it.
    Come to a workshop

    Seriously Terry, apply what you learned on LR to C1 and you will get there. Biggest difference is you'll need to learn a bit more about curves to get the tonality tweaked; since C1 doesn't have the highlight-recovery and fill sliders, you need to do it in curves... Pushing the curve up in the lower quarter tone area is similar to fill while pulling it down in the upper quarter tone is similar to recovery. Black is similar to sliding the lower left point to the right.
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    Agree it looks like it is a little better with this update
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    Terry - I have not seen any books on C1. There used to be a short tutorial on the Phase One site, not sure if it is still there. The Help Menu in v4 is much improved and someone who never used the program may actually be able to figure it out from there (this was not the case with previous versions).

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    Terry next time your in town or at Carmel , I will give you a C1 lesson. Not much different than LR just have to work differently. It's missing some key parts of LR which i like more.
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    My take on the Three Gossips









    a mini three gossips


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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    guess those eyes

    Eye #1 - Guy
    Eye #2 - Jack (sleep morning eye)
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    Turret Arch and Windows on a cold morning






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    Geez talk about being diverse just went from shooting rocks to shooting Prince Andrew, yea that one. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Geez talk about being diverse just went from shooting rocks to shooting Prince Andrew, yea that one. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Geez talk about being diverse just went from shooting rocks to shooting Prince Andrew, yea that one. LOL
    His mother shoots Leica

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    Not bad. Quicky have to get these to the press. 90 summarit ISO 1250
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    Quote Originally Posted by robsteve View Post
    His mother shoots Leica
    Smart lady. LOL
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Delicate Arch



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    La Sal Mountains



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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Jack - shot with the 80 LUX at f/6.8. This is a crop in about the center of the image (about 1/9 of the total image area). Very neat effect with the lighting - it really pops. (BTW, a lot of bad compositional elements going on in this one but I think it works ok. I was listening to you Guy but need to be a rebel every once in a while)



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    There are no rules.
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    I like that shot of Jack - it works!
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    One more of Mesa Arch.



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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Come to a workshop

    Seriously Terry, apply what you learned on LR to C1 and you will get there. Biggest difference is you'll need to learn a bit more about curves to get the tonality tweaked; since C1 doesn't have the highlight-recovery and fill sliders, you need to do it in curves... Pushing the curve up in the lower quarter tone area is similar to fill while pulling it down in the upper quarter tone is similar to recovery. Black is similar to sliding the lower left point to the right.
    Jack

    You are correct that C1 3.7.8 has no highlight or shadow recovery but C1 4.0.1 does and it works very well. However C1 has no fill slider so you will have to do curve tweaking to get this one right.

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    Reason I like LR, Woody.

    Damn the CV 12mm is just a freaking gem of a lens for this stuff. What a bargain, maybe Leica will wake up and take my request for a super wide and build the damn thing.
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Just playing around here. Jack did a Pano demo on the workshop and I shot off two series to try. First is with the 80mm and six horizontal frames stitched. 14,246 x 2,394 px (at 360 on my Epson that would give me about 39.5 x 6.65 in). Just did these very quick in the field to try the technique.




    Second one I shot 17 frames (2 rows of 8, roughly) this time with the 180mm. Final after crop is 19,912 x 3591 px or about 55in. I think I forgot to focus on this one or it is just too far back.





    I'll have to give it another try. I did a couple of macro panos before so maybe I will have to dig those up again.

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