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    PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    I will be a instructor on this workshop held by PODAS. Come join us!

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    That's awesome Guy. I hope that you get a good turnout. I have heard great things about the PODAS events. Kevin Raber is pulling in some good talent for these workshops.
    I hope that some forum members take advantage of it.

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    MEDIA ALERT

    Phase One Launches 2011 Phase One Digital Artist Series Workshops

    First Two Venues are Death Valley, and Southwestern Ireland

    COPENHAGEN/NEW YORK, February 23, 2011 -- Phase One, the world’s leading pro photography equipment provider, has announced its first two Phase One Digital Artist Series (PODAS) workshops for 2011. These workshops are intensive learning experiences for photographers who want to experience the very best image quality possible. Workshops feature high quality, low student-to-instructor ratios, all-inclusive accommodations, and the personal use of a 60.5 megapixel P65+ medium format digital camera, plus access to a range of lenses, for the duration of the workshop. Participants will have the opportunity to test and sharpen their landscape shooting skills in some of the world's most beautiful natural locations. They will also expand their knowledge with the help of highly trained technical staff and world-renowned landscape photographers to aid and inspire them.

    Designed for serious photographers who want an exciting and rewarding challenge, PODAS workshops are in a class by themselves.

    The first PODAS workshop will be held April 3-8 in Death Valley. Instructors are Guy Mancuso, Tim Wolcott, and Jeff Schewe. Class is limited to 25 participants. Cost is USD 5,200.00.

    The second PODAS workshop will be held in Southwestern Ireland May 16-21 Instructors include Peter Cox, Steve Gosling, and Mark Dubovoy. Class is limited to 25 participants. Cost is USD 5.500.00.

    To read about the instructors, please see: http://podas.info/podas-instructors/

    For all specifics/details about these two workshops, please see: http://www.phaseone.com/en/PODAS/Info/Workshops.aspx

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    Phase One is the world’s leader in open-platform based medium format camera systems and solutions. Phase One medium format cameras, digital backs and lenses are designed to deliver superior quality image capture and investment value. Phase One’s Capture One software helps streamline capture and post-production processes. Phase One products are known for their quality, flexibility and speed enabling pro photographers shooting in a wide range of formats to achieve their creative visions without compromise. For more information, please visit Phase One at http://www.phaseone.com. Follow Phase One on Twitter athttp://www.twitter.com/PhaseOneWW

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Don't forget to sign up folks. The start date is nearing.
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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    I spent a week in death valley last early spring, had a great time. The Furnace Creek Inn is a very nice abode, has an outdoor pool with two giant fireplaces, etc. We went all over the place, driving and hiking 3-4 hrs every day. lots of desert wildflowers, etc

    I strongly recommend the hike into zabriskie point from the valley side, looping to just under the Point and then back to the valley. amazing, but a bit of a grunt.

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Funny enough I just got back from Death Valley on Tuesday this week. We actually had rain & snow at the weekend!! Great for most of the shooting but not enough to have much water at Badwater and unfortunately it did mean that Racetrack Playa was off limits which I understand is pretty rare. Probably not going to be an issue in April.

    If you're looking for desert scenery and amazing spectrums of rock colours at twilight then this is the place to go. Also the Mesquite dunes backdropped by the nearby mountains/hills and great morning or evening side lighting is a treat too.

    I stayed at Stovepipe Wells but Furnace Creek Inn & the Furnace Creek resort are both more centrally located for everything with the exception of the Mesquite Dunes or Racetrack Playa.

    This was on Monday:

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    I am there now.

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    The second PODAS workshop will be held in Southwestern Ireland May 16-21 Instructors include Peter Cox, Steve Gosling, and Mark Dubovoy. Class is limited to 25 participants. Cost is USD 5.500.00.
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    Hi, Guy...

    I am tempted, but you will not be coming to the right side of the pond, and I would not want to pay for the use of a 60Mpx cameras as I already have one, and I would not want to go on a landscape photography workshop for non-technical cameras.

    Are the lists filling up?

    Do they know that the weather is not as reliable in Ireland as it is in California/Death Vally etc.?

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Technical cameras will be on hand or you can bring your own. 2 IQ 180 backs will be on hand also.
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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    furnace creek inn, nice place to mellow out

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Well Guy,
    Looks like I'm crashing your party. Talked to Kevin last night and signed up this morning. I bought an Alpa STC 3 weeks ago. Should be here any day, so yes, I'll be that annoying guy who shows up at a workshop clueless with a brand new camera. Looking forward to learning a boatload and figuring out which back to go with.

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    I love folks showing up with new camera in hand , look forward to helping you work through it. We will have plenty of backs on hand to see what you like best and no worries I will help you get through it all and get great images to boot. Bring plenty of CF cards.
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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    I will be arriving on the 8th for five nights at the inn. An annual pilgrimage for me. I know a great place to shoot if you stay an extra day...

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Technical cameras will be on hand or you can bring your own. 2 IQ 180 backs will be on hand also.
    It would be nice if after the workshop a few people posted some feedback on using an IQ180 with a technical camera. Especially with regard to useability, sensor cast (with or without movements) and lens selection.

    I assume that Guy and Jack probably intend to do this, but I thought I'd still mention it.

    P.S. And a tally of how many workshop attendees put in an order for an IQ back.
    Last edited by cng; 23rd March 2011 at 05:52. Reason: Typo

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    I will certainly be updating the forum on the IQ 180 with images and full report on it's progress. Jack is not attending this workshop, just myself on this one for PODAS.
    I will also encourage the participants to post as well for sure. We will have 2 IQ 180 on hand from what I am told plus a whole battery of Phase lenses and tech cams.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Jack is not attending this workshop, just myself on this one for PODAS.
    Oops, of course I knew that. And my P.S. comment was only in jest.

    Have fun everyone! I'm waiting for July's architecture PODAS myself (if I can find the time to fly up from the southern hemisphere).

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    I'm on the road. I will check in when I can . Y' all be good now you hear. LOL
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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    I can't resist....our fearless leader doing what it takes to get the shot

    http://podas.info/2011/04/06/the-race-track-adventure/


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    Please note the PODAS Tea Kettle, proudly hanging at Tea Kettle Junction...

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Love the blue towel!!

    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    I can't resist....our fearless leader doing what it takes to get the shot

    http://podas.info/2011/04/06/the-race-track-adventure/


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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    I have the only 80 mpx shot in the world of the racetrack rocks. Have a lot of images to work on when I get home. I brought the blue towel from the pool for folks to use. No one wanted to carry it but heck I made use of it. LOL
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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    World's only images from a IQ 180 Phase Back of Death Valleys famous racetrack area. This is a focus stack of 5 frames from the new 35mmD lens.


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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Well I must say, what an experience. New friends, new images, new techniques and new cameras, lenses & backs. Caught every sunrise and almost every sunset. This is not a workshop; it's an adventure! I recommend it to anyone who has the opportunity.

    Guy, Drew and Kevin were great. And as an added plus I got to meet Wayne Fox who has helped me vicariously with printing issues over the years. Nice Jeep Wayne, we'll have to do a Rubicon duel some day.

    I promised to post some tech camera images. Here are three, one from each lens I used: 23HR (borrowed from Kevin Raber), 43xl and 100HR. I only used the 23 for about 1/2 hour, but hopefully this shows the light and color with/without LCC. Seemed like a very nice lens, but too wide for me. All these images are on an Alpa STC with a P65+ (the IQ180 demo had no functioning comm port for triggering with a tech camera).

    23HR no LCC:


    23HR with LCC:
    http://www.davechewphotography.com/t...HR_lcc%20v.jpg

    43xl 4 image focus stitch:


    100HR
    Last morning another participant (Grant) and I drove back to the dunes. Got some good light but I'm not quick enough yet with the Alpa. Grant had a 5DII and a 35-350L. Talk about two different ways of shooting!!


    And one more 100HR (3-image focus stitch):


    A great time was had by all!

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    Don't know why the 23 with LCC became a link. Probably pilot error...?

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Dave,
    That drive back out to the dunes was sooooooo worth it. That shot is superb.
    23HR does get really wide but I like it except for the price!!!!

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Damn where was I . David stellar on the dunes that morning.

    David thanks very much for posting images and such. It was great to hang out with you and hopefully teach you a thing or two. You really seem to enjoy working with the Alpa and I wish you happy shooting with that system. Now you have a nice back to work with and soon the IQ 180. Great choice I think you will make the best of it too. It was fun being on a PODAS workshop outside of our own and helping folks learn more about these systems and photography in general. Hope others will post some shots as well.

    Here are some of mine from the week. I posted some of these already but be nice to see a stream of them. Here we go.



















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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Couple more





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    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    the IQ180 demo had no functioning comm port for triggering with a tech camera
    So no-one got to test the IQ180 on a tech camera? Pity, I was curious about what the sensor casts would be like compared to the P65.

    I assume that Live View was also not enabled on the demo back?

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    No the port management was not on this prototype. We will know soon enough come the end of the month when they ship. Denmark has tested this though with no known problems as far as we know. Best report I got so far. I would also bet on a C1 update as well by than with final profiles for it.
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    If no live view, how clear was the screen for post shot near/far focus (at say 150%)?
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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Guy and Dave,

    I enjoyed your shots! A pleasure indeed to finally meet you both. And Kevin.
    What a great time it was! But I'm sober again.

    Here are a couple of my efforts from Death Valley. ALPA STC, P65+ with Schneider 72mm L Digitar.

    Many thanks to Paul at Optechs for getting that iPhone holder delivered in time for the trip!





    For the culturally curious, here's a shot of our superb PODAS workshop lodgings at Furnace Creek. Their food and drink was top notch, as were Kevin Raber's logistics:


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    It seems like only yesterday we were in Death Valley shooting. On behalf of Phase One and as the PODAS leader, I'd like to thank Guy for his contributions and time he gave to making this workshop a success. We had a splendid week with excellent light and a lot of adventures. All of us have walked off from this workshop with new friends and great images. You can view the adventure at www.podas.info. We have a number of workshops this year and few we haven't announced yet, so stay tuned. If you have ever wanted to have a chance to shoot with medium format 60MP plus systems then this is the workshop for you. You will make friends with a bunch of great people who like you have a passion for photography. Best of all you have no worries as the PODAS team takes care of everything for you. Thanks Guy and Jack (who was an instructor) last year. This forum and your overall dedication to helping photographers doesn't go unrecognized and unappreciated. A tip of my hat to you!

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Thanks Kevin we appreciate your comments. Look forward to next time.
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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Quote Originally Posted by David Duffin View Post
    Guy and Dave,

    I enjoyed your shots! A pleasure indeed to finally meet you both. And Kevin.
    What a great time it was! But I'm sober again.

    Here are a couple of my efforts from Death Valley. ALPA STC, P65+ with Schneider 72mm L Digitar.

    Many thanks to Paul at Optechs for getting that iPhone holder delivered in time for the trip!





    For the culturally curious, here's a shot of our superb PODAS workshop lodgings at Furnace Creek. Their food and drink was top notch, as were Kevin Raber's logistics:

    David,
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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Lance,

    Thanks for your comment!

    Upon reviewing these photos I see that the first one (Zabriskie Point sunset) was not shot with the Alpa and 72mm. Obviously it was zoomed a bit, taken with the Phase 645DF/P65+ and the lens supplied with our kit at the workshop. Gotta start taking notes... And Jay Maisel would have bawled me out for leaving the spurious palm branch at the left centre of the lodge photo =

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    Awesome shots David really like Devils golf course one especially
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    Well Guy you got me to sign up. I just wanted to say it was a pleasure meeting you and had a blast on the Death Valley trip I will be posting photos soon. I make sure I note which ones were shot on the IQ180 back! Oh and I just read about the new feature coming on the actual unit(not the prototype)and you will be amazed. It's going to be an exciting year with this camera.

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    Oh la la do PM me.
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    David,
    Great images! I love the left-edge branch. Break the rules. :-P

    I like what you've done to bring out the subtle contrast in all three photos.

    Brent, good to see you here, but stop being a tease. I've already heard about the transporter.

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Like in remote control. Someone tell me. LOL

    I'm actually having a hard time deciding IQ 140 or go get a used P65+. I want the bloody tech though.
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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    I'm actually having a hard time deciding IQ 140 or go get a used P65+. I want the bloody tech though.
    It's a cruel world out there at the moment. There are some great P65+/II 10 deals out there to tempt you from the quest for the IQ grail
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    I don't know Guy, with a Phase camera? I vote for P65+.

    You've got more feedback while your taking the photo vs. a tech camera. I thought there was a pretty good view through the DF viewfinder...

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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Guy,

    Love those shots of the dunes ... nice stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Fox View Post
    Guy,

    Love those shots of the dunes ... nice stuff.
    +1
    I thought I posted something about those before, but I didn't! I love the soft light you captured on the dunes.

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    Thanks folks . Like to go back and do more dune work for sure. Really like those type of landscapes.

    As far as a back i will just have to see what to do. I am torn on bigger/full frame or tech. If i had enough money it would be easy, I would get both. LOL
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    Re: PODAS Death Valley April 3-8th

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    As far as a back i will just have to see what to do. I am torn on bigger/full frame or tech. If i had enough money it would be easy, I would get both. LOL
    Guy, you may find this useful :
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    Looks perfect . Now do you have a body suit to make me 7 ft tall. LOL
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    Couldn't help but point out Mr. Duffin's rig, hard at work.



    Thanks again for everyone that came out, I sure had fun and it never felt like work. A special thanks to Guy for both the forum thread and the constant entertainment!

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    Thanks Drew. LOL

    Having you as the tech there was a huge bonus to all including me.
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