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    Overlooking Lee's Ferry and Marble Canyon, Arizona, 2015.
    Cambo WRS, IQ160, SK120Asph.

    You can single out trees on the North Rim of Grand Canyon in the background which is roughly 95 miles away! The SK120Asph is that good!

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    Another one Overlooking Lee's Ferry and Marble Canyon, Arizona, 2015. This one with the Rodie 40HR.
    Cambo WRS, IQ160, 40HR.

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    Bates Well Ranch, Organ Pipe Cactus NM, Arizona, 2019.
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    Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Ajo, Arizona, 2019.
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    My first image of 2020 - the view of San Francisco from Twin Peaks looking down Market Street.

    SF City Lights
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    WRS1250 | IQ3100 | Zeiss 250 Superachromat | f/11 | +/- 15mm two-image stitch

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    Happy new year to all!

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    Kyoto Fall Scenes 2019 #9

    These are actually not taken in Kyoto, I drove down couple hours to Obara, Aichi-prefecture near Nagoya.
    It is very unusual and first time to witness cherry blossoms in late fall. You can see a mix of fall colors (red and yellow leaves) and cherry blossoms (pink flowers) at the same time.

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    Too warm so far this winter, not much snow. Fed up, I went out in the rain yesterday. It made the water look almost milky.

    Both images w/ sk150mm.

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    a bit wintry...
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    Re: ALPA images

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    Dan,
    Awesome tree! Nobody is posting because your images are too intimidating.

    Here's one I found while "re-mining" my PODAS images from Death Valley. I've got to do some more work on this because the colors in the dunes are whacky in places.




    STC, SK43xl, P65+

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    Dave, I always enjoy going back thru this thread, tonight I went to page one and found this gem, beautiful image from Death Valley!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Haag View Post
    Dave, I always enjoy going back thru this thread, tonight I went to page one and found this gem, beautiful image from Death Valley!
    Wow Greg, that is a blast from the past. That morning, Saturday 8-Apr-2011, was a defining time for me. It was the day we were leaving PODAS. Big wind storm the day before, but two of us decided to get up early and go back to the dunes before leaving knowing the footprints would all be gone. It was still pretty darn windy that morning. I've always wondered who the group was on the upper left dune; note the blowing sand:



    The the other guy with me was using his Canon, shooting hundreds of images as the light was changing fast. I was working in molasses, using the technical camera for all of a month or so at that point. I learned a lot about what not to do that morning! I think there is still sand in that bag. But, even with all the grinding sand, I loved using the camera and have never looked back.

    Here is how I've changed the image over the years.

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    With best regards, K-H.
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    Dave, great to have the background story to an awesome shot! Kind of a Paul Harvey moment, "And now WE know the rest of the story!”
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    El Pinacate y Gran Desierto de Altar Biosphere Reserve, Sonora, Mexico, 2019
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    XT Achro IQ 4150 32mm f 8 1/60 iso 200

    Serene

    I will also post this in Achro ;-)


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    Hi

    XT Achro IQ1450 32mm f5.6 iso 200

    Path


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    Hi

    XT Achro IQ1450 32mm f11 iso 200

    Lotus

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    Hi

    I am not sure where to post this - In Achromatic or Tech since it's both, I'll try both and see who complains ;-)

    IQ4 150MP Achromatic
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    The usual suspects. 60xl, 2-image stitch 18mm each way. I am still shooting the 60xl with LCC's and CF. There is a bit of falloff without an LCC on the 4150. I should probably try ditching the CF but not the LCC.

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    On the drive back from Meadville, PA; sk150. Four total images, 2 each focus stacked then stitched.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    On the drive back from Meadville, PA; sk150. Four total images, 2 each focus stacked then stitched.

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    Nice tranquil colors
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    Nice tranquil colors
    Thank you, Philip. I've been wondering if it is too magenta, so I went back and looked. When hovering around the ice, A channel in Lab ranges from 0-1, so not too bad. I was surprised at how few develop movements I made! I do like the way the desaturation slider works in C1. This was a mild ice storm, and it was those muted colors that attracted me in the first place. I'm glad it communicates that traquility.

    I really like how the 4150 deals with overcast color.

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    Old Trucks




    ALPA Max + SK 47/5.6 + P45


    I need some “likes” guys. My beloved Linhof fell off her tripod today
    She is ready to ship to Bob at Precision Camera for repair. My heart is heavy, but there is hope as this is not the first Linhof Bob has fixed for me. He does great work for anyone needing a camera repair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
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    I need some “likes” guys. My beloved Linhof fell off her tripod today
    Ouch, I feel for you. Hope it will be fixed soon. If you post some more pics I will like them (as usual , since most of them are very good in my mind)
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    Re: Old Trucks

    Best of luck, Linhofs have a tough reputation.

    Nice image, very pleasing to the eye, don't you love the P45+?

    Good luck

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    I need some “likes” guys. My beloved Linhof fell off her tripod today
    She is ready to ship to Bob at Precision Camera for repair. My heart is heavy, but there is hope as this is not the first Linhof Bob has fixed for me. He does great work for anyone needing a camera repair.

    Kind regards,
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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    I need some “likes” guys. My beloved Linhof fell off her tripod today
    She is ready to ship to Bob at Precision Camera for repair. My heart is heavy, but there is hope as this is not the first Linhof Bob has fixed for me. He does great work for anyone needing a camera repair.

    Kind regards,
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    Hey Darr,
    I’m sure Bob will work his magic and have your friend back in the Tripod saddle in no time. Let us know when she is back!

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Thank you, Philip. I've been wondering if it is too magenta, so I went back and looked. When hovering around the ice, A channel in Lab ranges from 0-1, so not too bad. I was surprised at how few develop movements I made! I do like the way the desaturation slider works in C1. This was a mild ice storm, and it was those muted colors that attracted me in the first place. I'm glad it communicates that traquility.

    I really like how the 4150 deals with overcast color.

    Ciao,
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    Hi Dave

    It's nice to see the work flow, the image really conveys that winter feeling (I grew up in Michigan). Isn't it nice when you get home and see what you captured, and it just sorta tells you what to do it, when you look at it on the screen?

    Best

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    Quote Originally Posted by alajuela View Post
    Best of luck, Linhofs have a tough reputation.

    Nice image, very pleasing to the eye, don't you love the P45+?

    Good luck

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    Even tho I use my CFV-50c more due to its Live View, I do appreciate the P45 files. Both backs produce great results, but I honestly do not use the P45 enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    Hey Darr,
    I’m sure Bob will work his magic and have your friend back in the Tripod saddle in no time. Let us know when she is back!

    Dave
    Will report back, Dave. She is going to his new location in Fairfield, CA. I figure it may be a while since it is so close to his new move, but we’ll see. It’s not like I do not have any cameras to shoot with.

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    Sk90, 2-stop H&Y GND, Alpa 12+, IQ4 150. Two-image stitch shifted 20mm L/R with a little back rise.

    Simple fun with a new camera.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    Sk90, 2-stop H&Y GND, Alpa 12+, IQ4 150. Two-image stitch shifted 20mm L/R with a little back rise.

    Simple fun with a new camera.


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    Beautiful image Dave, how is that new Alpa?
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    Beautiful image Dave, how is that new Alpa?
    Thank you, Greg. It was more of a test, forcing a pano when maybe it wasn't the best choice. As you might imagine, I fumbled around quite a bit. Using rise/fall while shooting a pano is so foreign to me I almost forgot to do it! Didn't matter much in this case, but a good test regardless. Setting up may have been even easier than with the STC because of how I have things arranged in the bag. The little things make a difference to me. For example, the back sits with the 17mm mounted. If I need it (like I did here), I just take the cover off. If I don't need it (60xl), then I just separate the 17mm adapter from the back and mount it. I used to have to take the 17mm out of a soft bag, remove the back, add in the 17mm and replace the back.

    To answer your question, so far so good despite my re-learning process after almost a decade of doing the same thing. I think the 12+ will eventually make me more creative. That's what it is all about, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    Thank you, Greg. It was more of a test, forcing a pano when maybe it wasn't the best choice. As you might imagine, I fumbled around quite a bit. Using rise/fall while shooting a pano is so foreign to me I almost forgot to do it! Didn't matter much in this case, but a good test regardless. Setting up may have been even easier than with the STC because of how I have things arranged in the bag. The little things make a difference to me. For example, the back sits with the 17mm mounted. If I need it (like I did here), I just take the cover off. If I don't need it (60xl), then I just separate the 17mm adapter from the back and mount it. I used to have to take the 17mm out of a soft bag, remove the back, add in the 17mm and replace the back.

    To answer your question, so far so good despite my re-learning process after almost a decade of doing the same thing. I think the 12+ will eventually make me more creative. That's what it is all about, eh?

    Dave
    I look forward to seeing what magic your work with the new camera!

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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    Will report back, Dave. She is going to his new location in Fairfield, CA. I figure it may be a while since it is so close to his new move, but we’ll see. It’s not like I do not have any cameras to shoot with.

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    I think he's up and running... sorry to hear your news. Perhaps necessity is truly the mother of invention, and you'll find inspiration in older gear....it will all work out!

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