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    The very first outing with a Schneider 28 XL. I wanted to push it around to try the lens limits and thus, no need to pay much attention to any artistic value of the image
    To make life difficult for the 28, I went 12mm left and 12mm right on the long side to produce a 2:1 pano. I used the centrefilter. In the example above I had f11 and focus on the rock to the left, around 4,5-5 metres away. Iso 25.

    My observations are that vignetting is well controlled with the centrefilter and f11. However, it does get quite soft at the far ends, left and right. I believe you can even see the difference in sharpness in the webimage!

    You can also clearly see a magenta area in the very centre of the image, but this is produced without any LCC, on purpose to illustrate how good/bad the combo SK28/Aptus 5 is. With LCC I believe the well documented colourcasts with this lens is no issue at all.

    The lens is noticably more contrasty by default compared to my other Schneiders. A normal one-shot image with no movements is sharp out to the edges, but I do regard my 35 XL to render more to my taste. But, take that with a pinch of salt since it is the very first tryout and I need to use it in much varied light conditions to come to a more sober conclusion.

    The focal length is awsome. For interiors it is just as perfect as it gets. Very wide, but still does not distort reality.

    At the end of the day it is a moneymaking lens. More info to come about this lens as I get to know it more closely.......

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    To follow up the previous post. This shot was just a 100 metres further. If you look carefully you can see in the pano above the redish part of the rockwall on the other side of the pond. I am 1.65metres distance from that wall.

    I have no centrefilter this time and f8 and still it shows no sign of vignetting. The image is remarkably sharp all the way out to the edges, here the lens is zeroed though.

    I think this will be a wonderful lens when you learn its limits and always stay within these limits. I will eagerly make further tests......

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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Really amazing photography in this thread.

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    The very first outing with a Schneider 28 XL. I wanted to push it around to try the lens limits and thus, no need to pay much attention to any artistic value of the image
    To make life difficult for the 28, I went 12mm left and 12mm right on the long side to produce a 2:1 pano. I used the centrefilter. In the example above I had f11 and focus on the rock to the left, around 4,5-5 metres away. Iso 25.

    My observations are that vignetting is well controlled with the centrefilter and f11. However, it does get quite soft at the far ends, left and right. I believe you can even see the difference in sharpness in the webimage!

    You can also clearly see a magenta area in the very centre of the image, but this is produced without any LCC, on purpose to illustrate how good/bad the combo SK28/Aptus 5 is. With LCC I believe the well documented colourcasts with this lens is no issue at all.

    The lens is noticably more contrasty by default compared to my other Schneiders. A normal one-shot image with no movements is sharp out to the edges, but I do regard my 35 XL to render more to my taste. But, take that with a pinch of salt since it is the very first tryout and I need to use it in much varied light conditions to come to a more sober conclusion.

    The focal length is awsome. For interiors it is just as perfect as it gets. Very wide, but still does not distort reality.

    At the end of the day it is a moneymaking lens. More info to come about this lens as I get to know it more closely.......

    Nice shot Dan, have you tried stopping down past f11 to see if the softness improves? I have found with the 32 sharpness at the edges of the IC improves substantially when stopped down.

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    During our last visit to White Sands National Monument


    Phase One DF/P65+ Mamiya 120 processed using C1Pro and CS5 with a little Nik Software thrown in.

    And this was taken by Sandy as I was taking the image.


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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Nice shot Dan, have you tried stopping down past f11 to see if the softness improves? I have found with the 32 sharpness at the edges of the IC improves substantially when stopped down.
    Thanks No I have not gone past f11, but will ofcourse try that. I did a few standard oneshot horizontal with 10mm rise and the results were very good indeed. Promising!
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    Been having way too much fun with the Mamiya 120 macro lens. Here's a shot of a Katchina Doll I just finished shooting.


    5-image stack




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    Yair,

    I knew that Leaf was a company that used the talents of young and enthusiastic product guys but I didn't realize quite HOW young you really were!
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    Point Roberts, a bit of the USA only reachable via Canada. Shooting some long exposures so my normally pretty Alpa isn't so pretty!

    The scene:




    Big Stopper & .9ND


    Alpa STC, IQ160, SK 150, 1m 15s @ f/11, ISO 50. 13 stop ND

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    But the question remains can he carry that gear setup. LOL
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Alpa STC, IQ160, SK 150, 1m 15s @ f/11, ISO 50
    Love this shot! I'm often down in Point Roberts since I live just up the road, in the other Vancouver.

    Well done.

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    Graham, Is that black tape you have applied between the filter and the box?
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    just wanted to comment that this is my favorite post on the forum. I am learning a great deal seeing the creativity of others
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    Indeed. Best. Thread. Ever.


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    Graham, Is that black tape you have applied between the filter and the box?
    Darr,

    The black gaffer tape on the front filter assembly is actually around the Lee .9ND front filter and the Big Stopper ND filter. The Big Stopper has a rubber gasket to keep light out from behind but the basic ND doesn't have such a feature and so I have to improvise otherwise you end up with a horrible mix of 12/13 & 9/10 stops around the edges.

    I also taped up the rear of the IQ mount on the Alpa because I was getting bad light leaks around the back on my DF. I was just making sure. However, it subsequently turned out that this isn't necessary with the Alpa due to the complete light tight mounting plate and camera system. Yay to Alpa, boo to Phase One 645DF
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    Graham - have to say that I'm very impressed you were able to the birds in one place for the long shutter opening. Actually I'm just jealous of the image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Darr,

    The black gaffer tape on the front filter assembly is actually around the Lee .9ND front filter and the Big Stopper ND filter. The Big Stopper has a rubber gasket to keep light out from behind but the basic ND doesn't have such a feature and so I have to improvise otherwise you end up with a horrible mix of 12/13 & 9/10 stops around the edges.

    I also taped up the rear of the IQ mount on the Alpa because I was getting bad light leaks around the back on my DF. I was just making sure. However, it subsequently turned out that this isn't necessary with the Alpa due to the complete light tight mounting plate and camera system. Yay to Alpa, boo to Phase One 645DF
    Thanks for the info as I do not have the "Big Stopper," but I do use a few Lee filters and their hood. What I have used in the past for extending an exposure, is the Singh-Ray Vari-ND that screws on the front element. I bought it years ago to use with a Cooke PS945 lens and 4x5" film. I did use it in Iceland with the Alpa + P45, but I have not purposefully designed a photo around the long exposure effect. I think I'll try it, although the max I can get is about 8 stops.

    Thanks again! Live & Learn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Graham - have to say that I'm very impressed you were able to the birds in one place for the long shutter opening. Actually I'm just jealous of the image.

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    Now that you mention it, those were some pretty lazy birds!

    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    Thanks for the info as I do not have the "Big Stopper," but I do use a few Lee filters and their hood. What I have used in the past for extending an exposure, is the Singh-Ray Vari-ND that screws on the front element. I bought it years ago to use with a Cooke PS945 lens and 4x5" film. I did use it in Iceland with the Alpa + P45, but I have not purposefully designed a photo around the long exposure effect. I think I'll try it, although the max I can get is about 8 stops.

    Thanks again! Live & Learn.

    Darr
    Darr, you'll want to test the Vari-ND because they do tend to introduce some weird colour shifts and cross polarization artifacts at maximum settings. I've also seen V shaped brightness patterns when you go to 8 stops or so - something to watch out for as you go to extremes at least. Great for waterfalls and other situations where you want a bit but not too much ND. You might also want to check for IR contamination too where you'll get a very magenta cast. I use the Tiffen IRND 1.8 & 2.1 as alternatives to the LEE sometimes as these are great for colour. The LEE filters actually surprised me with their relative neutrality!
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post

    Alpa STC, IQ160, SK 150, 1m 15s @ f/11, ISO 50. 13 stop ND

    Lovely image , Graham .
    I like the soft grey tones . Impressive .
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    SUNNY SIDE CONVENIENCE CENTER
    Alpa Max | SK 47xl | f/11 | P45
    (at the Florida-Georgia border on Highway 19, Florida)





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    Darr,

    I love the "guard" dog too!

    Ps. I'm a big fan of urban archeology....
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Darr,

    I love the "guard" dog too!

    Ps. I'm a big fan of urban archeology....
    Thanks Graham! That there "guard" dog is Mr. Rusty. He is a Hurricane Katrina rescue. All he wants in life is a little food and lots of riding around in my truck. I think he must have been with a truck driver before me. And as you may have guessed, he is too sweet to be a guard dog, but I find it hard not to take him for drives when I can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    Thanks Graham! That there "guard" dog is Mr. Rusty. He is a Hurricane Katrina rescue. All he wants in life is a little food and lots of riding around in my truck. I think he must have been with a truck driver before me. And as you may have guessed, he is too sweet to be a guard dog, but I find it hard not to take him for drives when I can.
    He doesn't look like he's guarding anything, more an expression of " if you want to stand in the sun that's your choice, I'm staying here".
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    He doesn't look like he's guarding anything, more an expression of " if you want to stand in the sun that's your choice, I'm staying here".
    Your right! The temp in my truck said 98 as we were leaving!
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    I really enjoy this thread. Here’s a shot of leaves from a peony that had fallen on a pile of weeds/cuttings from a garden. I thought it made an interesting still life sort of image. Nothing too startling here, just the context of the shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Point Roberts, a bit of the USA only reachable via Canada. Shooting some long exposures so my normally pretty Alpa isn't so pretty!

    The scene:




    Big Stopper & .9ND


    Alpa STC, IQ160, SK 150, 1m 15s @ f/11, ISO 50. 13 stop ND

    Graham,

    Is your sk150 a digital or apo Symmar? I have the APO Symmar and don't think I could get that much contrast in a 15 second exposure.

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    Ed, yes I'm using the Schneider 150/5.6 APO-Digitar. I personally love it - high acuity and generally a super sharp lens.
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    Bit of an overkill I know...but it was fun!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yaya View Post
    Bit of an overkill I know...but it was fun!!!!

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    I assume the projected image was behind you...

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    Bit of an overkill I know...
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    Guys,


    It has been a pure pleasure for me, a non MF guy, to watch this thread. Really cool to watch the "behind" the scenes of MF capturing - it has been a joy ! Keep this thread going MFD boys !

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    Quote Originally Posted by proenca View Post
    Guys,


    It has been a pure pleasure for me, a non MF guy, to watch this thread. Really cool to watch the "behind" the scenes of MF capturing - it has been a joy ! Keep this thread going MFD boys !
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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    ... and GIRLS!!
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    ... and GIRLS!!
    ¿How many GIRLS are there here?

    Most of you use names that do not indicate your sex.

    Is Darr a girls' name?

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    ¿How many GIRLS are there here?

    Most of you use names that do not indicate your sex.

    Is Darr a girls' name?
    Darr is short for Darlene and it is a girls' name.
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    ¿How many GIRLS are there here?

    Most of you use names that do not indicate your sex.

    Is Darr a girls' name?

    We have a lot and damn nice to have them here too.
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    ¿How many GIRLS are there here?

    Most of you use names that do not indicate your sex.
    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    We have a lot and damn nice to have them here too.
    Do girls make better photographers?

    Pre-conceptions might suggest that girls would be more artistic and less technical... but there are many girl engineers now.

    ¿Perhaps the average girl is less likely to hump about the 100's of kilos of kit I might want for location work?

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    It seems there are trolls around too!
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    Originally Posted by dick:

    "Most of you use names that do not indicate your sex."

    and some do!
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    This could well be in "Fun with MF" thread. I was out on Pemaquid Point in Maine today and was playing with a B+W 4.0 ND filter. I think it has too much transmission in the IR as there is a big red/magenta shift--most of it has been corrected. The behind the scene shot is of the tripod because I only had one camera and the tripod is not even extended as it was for the image. Pentax 645D, 55mm, ISO 400, 1 minute, f/11.
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    Interesting - I always point the other way at Permaquid Point

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    This:

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    200mm. Only 5.5 gigapixels

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    Grand Teton Snake river viewpoint.


    CF000869_Panorama1 by yatlee, on Flickr


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    Re: Behind the scenes

    I was up at Height of the Land in Rangeley, Maine yesterday. The light was not great and so I tested and viewfinder cap I had made to keep stray light out of the camera for long exposures. Pentax 645d, 120mm Macro, 66 sec., f/5.6, B+W IR filter. The filter really cut through the haze.
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Setting:


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    Alpa MAX, 80mm Digitar SB, T/S apprx 1deg, Phase One P45+, f/22 @ 1 sec, ISO 50. 3 stitch portrait orientation pano with 15mm L/R shift, cropped.

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    This:



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    Fenway Park by RickrPhoto, on Flickr
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    Sorry this is not the usual landscape image associated with this thread but I thought it might be of interest to someone especially the pyromaniacs amongst you.......



    Arca Swiss M-Line 2, Rodenstock 90mm, Phase One P65+

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