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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    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.
    Heck, CV already built this one, why do we need Leica to build it again? Just to charge us more?

    Oh, and very nice shot BTW!
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    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.
    Nice panos Charlie!
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    some nice examples in this link, similar to what jack was showing us about masks

    http://www.luminous-landscape.com/tu...lections.shtml

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    some nice examples in this link, similar to what jack was showing us about masks

    http://www.luminous-landscape.com/tu...lections.shtml
    LOL! Charlie's sharing the more advanced version (using curves) which is what we do in the printing (and CS3) workshops.

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    way backed up in the shop, but managed to tweak one shot

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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.
    Terry, you can download a ~30 minutes Capture One 4 video tutorial here:
    http://www.phaseone.com/Content/Downloads/CO4.aspx

    The same page has a link to a Capture One 4.0.1 User Guide:
    http://www.phaseone.com/HOME/Content...e-286dc6de4b59

    Afterwards you can also download the single video chapters one at the time here, only this time they are presented in a rather small window which cannot be enlarged to full screen, but for reviewing, and refreshing memory, they might work all right:
    http://www.phaseone.com/4/
    (click the Watch & learn link)

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    way backed up in the shop, but managed to tweak one shot
    I like the light in that shot. The snow is giving you a fill/reflector effect that works well.

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    VERY nice John!
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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    [QUOTE=bondo;11053]Terry, you can download a ~30 minutes Capture One 4 video tutorial here:
    http://www.phaseone.com/Content/Downloads/CO4.aspx

    The same page has a link to a Capture One 4.0.1 User Guide:
    http://www.phaseone.com/HOME/Content...e-286dc6de4b59

    Afterwards you can also download the single video chapters one at the time here, only this time they are presented in a rather small window which cannot be enlarged to full screen, but for reviewing, and refreshing memory, they might work all right:
    http://www.phaseone.com/4/
    (click the Watch & learn link)

    Hi Terry,

    I agree with the above. I contacted Phase One directly with the same question after searching Amazon, Barnes and Noble, etc, with negative results. Phase One agreed there are no books for C1 as there are for ACR/CS3. I was looking for a systematic approach on paper, but never found it. The tutorial seems to be the best shot along with trial and error. I still battle finding all the files and folders C1 4 creates.

    Thanks, steve

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    Re: Shots from the Moab workshop

    shot with the WATE, btw; about 180 degrees away form Landscape arch! thks for the comments; trying to get some more work done. maxed out my pc 2.8 ghz workstation ram at 4gig, it was only 1g.
    Last edited by jlm; 15th February 2008 at 12:14.

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