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    Re: Technical Camera Images

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    How many stacks and what software? Thanks.
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    How many stacks and what software? Thanks.
    Thank you! Took 4 images but needed only 3. It became more accurate and faster to make focus stack image with IQ4 Focus Peaking capability.
    (My HR40mm doesn't have tilt/swing)

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    Kinya... I have also found that peaking in the 4150 is extremely helpful for stacking. I've practiced with longer lenses which require slightly tighter stacking distances and have had 100% success. Good to see you are also reaping the benefits...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinya28 View Post
    Thank you! Took 4 images but needed only 3. It became more accurate and faster to make focus stack image with IQ4 Focus Peaking capability.
    (My HR40mm doesn't have tilt/swing)

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    Do you use Helicon or Zerene? Thanks.

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    Do you use Helicon or Zerene? Thanks.
    Sorry, forgot to mention. I used Photoshop, Edit/Auto-Align layers then Edit/Auto-Blend layers for stacking. It works almost all the time.
    I assume Helicon/Zerene have advantage over PS, if so, what is it?

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    Zerene has advantages over Helicon and Helicon has advantages over PS. The methodology for the advantages is beyond me but if a stack has ghosting or blurring in PS (not talking about wind but rather difficulty in creating a flawless stack) Helicon will almost always eliminate it. If Helicon has ghosting or blurring then Zerene will almost always eliminate it. I have all of them and almost always use Zerene. By eliminate it I mean on the 'fly'. There is always the ability to edit one of the stack images to fix issues but this takes a fair amount of extra time. The Prosumer license is lifetime as is Helicon's pro edition.

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    Washington trip, August 2019
    Ruby Beach, Olympic NP

    Fortunately, we could have a beautiful Sunset on our last day at Olympic NP.
    This is the last image from Olympic NP in 2019.

    IQ4-150, Cambo-WRS 1600, Rodie HR40mm, SS 1/15 with Frame Averaging 10 seconds, ISO50, f11

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    Quote Originally Posted by vjbelle View Post
    Zerene has advantages over Helicon and Helicon has advantages over PS. The methodology for the advantages is beyond me but if a stack has ghosting or blurring in PS (not talking about wind but rather difficulty in creating a flawless stack) Helicon will almost always eliminate the it. If Helicon has ghosting or blurring then Zerene will almost always eliminate it. I have all of them and almost always use Zerene. By eliminate it I mean on the 'fly'. There is always the ability to edit one of the stack images to fix issues but this takes a fair amount of extra time. The Prosumer license is lifetime as is Helicon's pro edition.

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    Thank you for your clarification. I now have a motivation to try Zerene.
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    Belmont Beach...Newport, Rhode Island
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    Arca Swiss Rm3di, 120 Schneider lens with 3 degrees tilt, 1/250 sec at f11, ISO 50, Phase One IQ 3100 BACK
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Kinya28 View Post
    Washington trip, August 2019
    Hoh Rainforest #5, Olympic NP

    I know I keep uploading images from same location, Hoh Rainforest, but this is my favorite image of this series.
    I promise, this is the next to last from there.

    IQ4-150, Cambo-WRS 1600, Rodie HR40mm, Kept DB vertical and raised to get this composition , ISO50, f11, Focus stacked

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    I live here and know just how hard shooting the rain forest is. Just ask Stevenfr ... people don’t understand how challenging getting beauty from chaos can be but you’re nailing it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinya28 View Post
    Washington trip, August 2019
    Hoh Rainforest #6, Olympic NP

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    This one is exceptional from the series. I struggle to find the perfect fern (as you did) but this is a superb composition.
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    Washington trip, August 2019
    Tipsoo Lake, Mount Rainier NP

    Visited Tipsoo Lake at Mount Rainier NP, it was a beautiful place though we could stay only a few hours in the morning.


    IQ4-150, Cambo-WRS 1600, Rodie HR40mm, , ISO50, f11, 2x Focus stacking

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    Washington trip, August 2019
    Tipsoo Lake, Mount Rainier NP

    Hiked up the hill after I captured previous lakeside image. I might be able to capture better image if I stand here at dawn, pre-sunrise not post sunrise. Nonetheless, I was happy to observe beautiful sunrise with perfect reflection.

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    Kinya always finds the best shots!

    His work is good enough to lure me into buying my own Cambo WRS AND 40mm lens. Now I have to get out there and use it!

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    This one is exceptional from the series. I struggle to find the perfect fern (as you did) but this is a superb composition.
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    Washington trip, August 2019

    Full moonrise over Seattle Skyline. I stopped by this famous Seattle Skyline viewing location a night before I flew back home.
    This is the last image of my trip to Washington State in August. Thank you for viewing my photos.

    P1 IQ4-150, Cambo WRS-1600, SK150mm, f11, Horizontally shifted and stitched.

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    I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself, my name is Greg Haag, I am a commercial real estate developer based in Jonesboro, Arkansas. I have shot medium format for years, but am new to technical cameras and have lots to learn. I just received my camera yesterday, so I had to get out this morning and shoot something. Fortunately, there was a beautiful sunrise at the office this morning. Several members active in this tread were extremely helpful in helping with my kit selection and I really appreciate it! I welcome any guidance or critique, this feels a bit unfamiliar at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Haag View Post
    I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself, my name is Greg Haag, I am a commercial real estate developer based in Jonesboro, Arkansas. I have shot medium format for years, but am new to technical cameras and have lots to learn. I just received my camera yesterday, so I had to get out this morning and shoot something. Fortunately, there was a beautiful sunrise at the office this morning. Several members active in this tread were extremely helpful in helping with my kit selection and I really appreciate it! I welcome any guidance or critique, this feel a bit unfamiliar at the moment.

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    You’ll want to do an LCC for such images. The color cast can otherwise be fairly distracting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpeterson View Post
    Congratulations on the new gear!

    You’ll want to do an LCC for such images. The color cast can otherwise be fairly distracting.
    Thanks Doug, I did the LCC, I think somehow I did not do it correctly in Capture One Pro. I will try again and see if I can figure it out.
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    Thanks Doug, I did the LCC, I think somehow I did not do it correctly in Capture One Pro. I will try again and see if I can figure it out.


    Also, an incredibly minor note: only intended to help (not to be a pedant)... you probably meant "mm" not "degrees". Shift/rise/fall are measured in distance while tilt/swing are measured in degrees. Obviously not a meaningful error; I only point it out since the kit is new to you and you might be, for example, googling for information or writing to your dealer for support, and the correct terminology can help toward that end.
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    Greg,
    Wonderful start! Welcome to the Inferno within Dante's Inferno.

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    Greg,
    Wonderful start! Welcome to the Inferno within Dante's Inferno.

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    Dave,
    Thank you so much for all you have done, you have been such a huge help!
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    Found this from the Bluff Pigs a few years ago. sk150mm. No movements that I can remember...
    Edit: totally forgot - two image horizontal stitch w/back in portrait, 18mm each way

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    A bit premature, but I can't wait for Fall. Looks like it might come earlier this year. Sk150, two-image horizontal stitch 18mm each way.

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    Asia Trip September 2019
    Colorful and nostalgic Hanoi #1

    Quite a change of subject and location from last couple months. I am visiting Asia and my first stop is at Hanoi, Vietnam.
    This is my first visit to this incense manufacturing village near Hanoi and captured a colorful local life. The local told me I should visit in the morning so that I can find more bunches of incense on the ground (drying) in the morning. I found a reason to visit here again.

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    Had too many people dear to me ravaged by this disease, I am grateful we now have this cancer center.

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    Colorful and nostalgic Hanoi #2

    Another images from incense manufacturing village. Two different types of incense with two different method of drying.
    Although my first visit to here was short, I found good photography opportunities in the future at here. Not just colorful, you can find interesting shapes and patterns in local life scenes.

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    Asia Trip September 2019
    Colorful and nostalgic Hanoi #3

    This is an indoor incense manufacturing scene. This lady is making a spiral shape incense in this house. I was fascinated by a combination of colors and shapes of walls, doors, and floors at this place.
    This became my favorite image from this location.

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    Asia Trip September 2019
    Colorful and nostalgic Hanoi #4

    I found this flower market on the way to our factory. They were already closed when I passed by around 8am.
    So I visited around 5:30am, 30 minutes before sunrise, in the weekend. Surprisingly, they started cleaning up around 6am and close most of the shops at 6:30am. I guess they can't keep business when the sun start hitting to the flowers. Fortunately, not so crowded and I could manage to set up tripod quickly and capture.

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    Parliament Hill, London

    XT IQ4 150MP with Rodenstock XT-HR 32mm, ISO 800, 1/15s Frame Averaged across 5 minutes, f/11. Shadows pushed about 3 stops in Capture One. X -5mm/ Y -2mm

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    Sanctuary of Touro synagogue...Arca Swiss rm3di with 32mm Rodenstock lens on front and Phase One IQ3 100 on rear. Shutter was at one second, aperture was at f11 with 1 degree of tilt.
    Three Elinchrom large umbrellas on a RX1100 battery kit were used to light the area.
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    I found myself within 3 hours of Great Smoky Mountain NP day before yesterday, so I took a 6 hour diversion just to be at Newfound Gap at sunrise. There is some color starting to show, as you can see from the second image,

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    Beautiful!

    Thanks for inspiring me, Greg, I now have an idea to work on since we will be in the Smokies in October! No need to wait until then thanks to this first Fall foliage report!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Beautiful!

    Thanks for inspiring me, Greg, I now have an idea to work on since we will be in the Smokies in October! No need to wait until then thanks to this first Fall foliage report!
    Dave, I think the extra 3 weeks will make a big difference in the fall color. I hope you and your wife have a great trip, happy anniversary!
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    The clouds rolled in so I gave up on the grand vista's and found this pathway somewhere in the Great Smoky Mountain NP.

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    Had to explain to Mr. State Trooper why I was pulled over. He said, "Well, at least you didn't try to take the photo while you were driving!"

    The crazy stuff they must see every day...

    sk90, about 8mm back rise.

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    Shanghai's getting ready for the Big 7-Zero
    Alpa 12PLUS + HR32 + IQ4150

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    Same location as the image a few posts ago, but the light on this visit made me feel b&w.

    sk150, two-image stitch cropped to about 15mm shift each way. My first experiment with toning inside Capture One.

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    Sk60xl, a little tilt, a little wind and a lot of patience.

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    Sk60xl, a little tilt, a little wind and a lot of patience.

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    Ferns are tricky buggers ... just when you think that they’ve stopped moving in the wind they’ll start up mid exposure. I’ve taken 30 images before of the same scene to get a “perfect” still fern group - in the end I had to blend exposures to get sharpness/still across the shot. The worst thing, it wasn’t that great an image in the end anyway



    But it was shot on an Alpa

    Alpa STC, SK72 I think (otherwise it was 32HR) + tilt, IQ260 and the patience of Job ...
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    Everyday I pass by here on my way to work and think this would make a nice photograph, well today I took action.

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    So my 94 year old grandmother played cards with her friends in the morning, drove herself here that afternoon and died 2 weeks later. I hope that my health, mobility and longevity are similar to hers. (Processed and posted from my laptop, seems to have a magenta cast that I am having a hard time correcting)

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    Asia Trip September 2019
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    I managed to capture a few but, as you know, capturing lively flower market scenes are not suitable for tech-camera with tripod. I can bring my Sony 35mm or XF to make a handheld shot but too heavy to carry two systems for most of my trip. Time to consider XT?

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    Asia Trip September 2019
    Colorful and nostalgic Hanoi #6

    More colorful scenes at flower market in Hanoi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Ferns are tricky buggers ... just when you think that they’ve stopped moving in the wind they’ll start up mid exposure. I’ve taken 30 images before of the same scene to get a “perfect” still fern group - in the end I had to blend exposures to get sharpness/still across the shot. The worst thing, it wasn’t that great an image in the end anyway
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    SunSet Over InterCoastal Miami





    Cambo No movements 15 sec, f7.1 iso 50 90mm HR SW
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    Asia Trip September 2019
    Colorful and nostalgic Hanoi #7

    Fully loaded bikes and tricycles started leaving market at closing hour, around 7am.
    This is the last set of image from my trip to Asia in September 2019.

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    I was rust hunting today. We have countless old wells here in Northeast Ohio, most of them long out of production.




    Rust image; I had to shoot through the fence to get the framing right, so had to use 7mm back rise with the sk90:



    Zooming into certain parts feels like one of those endless Mandelbrot youtube videos



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    Niland, CA. WRS + IQ4150 + SK35mm f11 (10mm rise)

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    IQ3-100, 350SA:
    IQ3 100 • Cambo 1600 • Rodenstock 32,50,90 • Zeiss 350SA • Phase One XF + 150/2.8 BR
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