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    Uncomplicated. Tungsten brolly. Doing a b&w three-shot tone-map.

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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Top of Tokyo during magic hour


    Top of Tokyo from Mori Tower by yatlee, on Flickr


    Behind the scene by yatlee, on Flickr
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Sandy Beach, Acadia National Park. Pramote posted an image from the same cove in the MF forum. My wife took the shot of me with a K-5 at ISO 12,800!

    Tom



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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Shooting some long exposures in Pt Roberts, WA

    The set up and scene:


    Set up composition shot IQ160 210mm 1/40 f/8


    Long exposure result @ 2m (flipped & cropped):



    Earlier shot - same location:

    Normal exposure for composition DF/IQ160 210mm 1/160 @ f/11 ISO 50


    Mr Eagle obliges


    Final long exposure shot:
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    It looks like a lot of members have been turning up in my end of the world--Tom and Pramote are the latest. Acadia is a beautiful place. Near Otter Cliffs. Me and my stuff--I am not actually blue, I just thought Avatars were blue. Photo credit goes to my wife with an E-P1.



    The result--Pentax 645D and 120mm Macro and Hoya 400X 9-stop ND filter.

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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Great idea! from now i am going to remenber to take a pic of the behind of scenes too!
    Super great thread
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    At the Zion Workshop, we were hoping to get some sun down a canyon. It never got there, but the scene was still dramatic.


    Getting the tripod in the tree was a lot of fun, too. Thank you, Jack!



    Best,

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    I know it *looks* like we just walked up and set Matt's tripod there, but the reality was it took probably 5 minutes of fighting branches, bushes and rocks in the way before settling on just the right spot!
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    Here's a behind the scene shot from way out in Grand Staircase Escalante NM and the resulting image.
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    this setup


    for this lighting

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    Re: Behind the scenes

    On the road home and saw this lenticular cloud over Mt Shasta at a rest stop but alas sunset was a wash. A 6ft step ladder would have been helpful to fully clear the fence, however, here's the shot for fun & giggles anyway

    Alpa STC IQ160, 90HRW, 18mm rear fall, 15s @ f/11 ISO50


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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post


    I know it *looks* like we just walked up and set Matt's tripod there, but the reality was it took probably 5 minutes of fighting branches, bushes and rocks in the way before settling on just the right spot!
    We should have put the rocks and branches back before the shot

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    Re: Behind the scenes

    I've started shooting film panos and digital together these days because, well, heck I just enjoy shooting both!

    I'll update with the results when I get home and my frostbite has recovered. I really don't miss changing 120 film in 22f with a howling wind ... sometimes digital is so much easier!

    Btw, I normally only use my Lee Big Stopper for long exposures but this weekend I had to use it just to use IQ160 live view @ f/11

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    That will be an incredible pic!
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    Exclamation Re: Behind the scenes

    Forgive my revival of this old thread; this is from New Jersey.





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    Teaser...

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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Having fun with the TC today. Spot the difference ...







    I believe that Mr KR uses the term Real Raw. I had a devil of a job getting the CF card to stay in.

    I've been shooting with my Alpa / Linhof 66x44mm film back recently. Unsurprisingly the Schneider / Rodenstock digital glass has produced the sharpest slides I've ever shot!
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    Beautiful Graham

    I have been lusting for a filmback for quite some time. Havn't made the jump though. I'm also hesitating on format. Leaning on a 6x7 to maintain aspect ratio and not put the tremendous strain on the lenses and image circle with a 6x9. But I am not at all sure.....
    I have thousands of 6x8 velvia from my GX 680 III days, maybe that would be the right route....
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    One thing I will say about the Linhof film back is that if we ever have a nuclear holocaust this thing will be in perfect working order and surviving alongside the cockroaches. I swear that it has victorian over engineered construction.

    The TC becomes a veritable panzer tank with this thing on it. It's seems svelte by comparison with the P25+ or IQ back on.

    It's been sitting around for a year or so unloved so I figured I ought to blow some film through it.
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Graham,

    Why doesn't that back say "ALPA"?

    Steve

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    This is from a late afternoon this winter on the Tidal Basin in Wash DC. I have not had the film scanned, so it's a cell phone shot of the slide on the light table. Shot with Velvia 100F with 90mm Super Angulon Lens- 2.5 second exposure & pulled 1/3 stop in development.
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Quote Originally Posted by stephengilbert View Post
    Graham,

    Why doesn't that back say "ALPA"?

    Steve
    That's a very good question. They evidently use the Linhof film back as-is and the front standard that mounts to the body is Alpa specific but is anonymous as far as branding is concerned. I didn't even find a serial number on it.

    A Chinese knock-off?? (I know for a fact that it isn't)
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    Graham,

    I was kidding. I thought that was my old film back; I guess not.

    I bought an ALPA film back years ago from Badger Graphics, and it had the Linhof emblem on the back. It was an early ALPA back, with a 66 by 44 film gate.

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    Well, yes it was your old TC, your film back and if I hadn't sold it and replaced it with another, it would have been your old P25+ too!
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    That brings back memories. I had a 6x6 Linholf Super Rollex back for my 4x5 camera. If I wasn't such a prude, I would have used it for a wheel block when parking on slopes.
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    I use a Horseman 6x7cm back on my Linhof Techno and in many ways I wish I had ponied up the extra (many hundreds of) dollars for the Linhof 6x9cm back. I prefer the 6x7cm format, but I can't say I reckon the Horseman in the same league of build quality as the camera itself – it's a bit flimsy, I reckon. Either way, with my new Imacon 949 scanner, I'm in heaven. No need for digital just yet... Until it comes time to buy more film and pay to have it processed, I guess...

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    One thing I will say about the Linhof film back is that if we ever have a nuclear holocaust this thing will be in perfect working order and surviving alongside the cockroaches. I swear that it has victorian over engineered construction.

    The TC becomes a veritable panzer tank with this thing on it. It's seems svelte by comparison with the P25+ or IQ back on.

    It's been sitting around for a year or so unloved so I figured I ought to blow some film through it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregMO View Post
    This is from a late afternoon this winter on the Tidal Basin in Wash DC. I have not had the film scanned, so it's a cell phone shot of the slide on the light table. Shot with Velvia 100F with 90mm Super Angulon Lens- 2.5 second exposure & pulled 1/3 stop in development.
    Which lens is this? i mean do you have a picture of it?
    Which body or camera did you use?
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    Took a snap of the simple setup of the closeup of the small bottles.

    17mm macroadaptor.



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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Took a snap of the simple setup of the closeup of the small bottles.

    17mm macroadaptor.



    How many lights used for that shot?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    How many lights used for that shot?
    One only. The small bouncer going through the bottles, nothing else.
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    Nice setup Dan, but I can't help be distracted by the swimmers bottom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    Which lens is this? i mean do you have a picture of it?
    Which body or camera did you use?
    It's a Gaoersi 617 camera. Not very expensive, but I preferred the shift function & use of GG for focusing in addition to the helicoid. It can take any lens that covers the film area.
    The lens is a Schneider Super Angulon 90mm F8.

    Here is a pic of the camera & 2 others taken with this set up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    One only. The small bouncer going through the bottles, nothing else.
    Thank you very much!

    I may give this a try then
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    Quote Originally Posted by GregMO View Post
    It's a Gaoersi 617 camera. Not very expensive, but I preferred the shift function & use of GG for focusing in addition to the helicoid. It can take any lens that covers the film area.
    The lens is a Schneider Super Angulon 90mm F8.

    Here is a pic of the camera & 2 others taken with this set up.
    WOW, that is fantastic kit, thank you very much!

    Nice 2 shots, i would like to have this camera then over the most expensive equiv. Linhof/Horsman/Fuji.

    I am not sure which lenses i should get if i have that camera or same 6x17 model, but in all cases i will keep my LF lenses in all cases.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    WOW, that is fantastic kit, thank you very much!

    Nice 2 shots, i would like to have this camera then over the most expensive equiv. Linhof/Horsman/Fuji.

    I am not sure which lenses i should get if i have that camera or same 6x17 model, but in all cases i will keep my LF lenses in all cases.
    Its works great. Very simple. I chose it over the Fotoman bc of the shift ability. I also have a Schneider 180mm Symmar S 5.6 with separate helicoid for it. The way it works is..you get the lens & tell the Gaoersi seller which lens (es) you have & they match the helicoids to the specific lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregMO View Post
    Its works great. Very simple. I chose it over the Fotoman bc of the shift ability. I also have a Schneider 180mm Symmar S 5.6 with separate helicoid for it. The way it works is..you get the lens & tell the Gaoersi seller which lens (es) you have & they match the helicoids to the specific lens.
    Thanks!

    This is what i read on the website i found for this camera, i have Rodenstock N 150mm and i ordered Sch SA 72mmXL but i have to wait 6-8 weeks to get it, later i may order Sch SA 90mm as well, but for now if i buy this camera then i hope that my 150mm and 72 will work fine with it, and i will tell the seller about the lenses i have.
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Having fun in the rain. Hi-tech rain gear on the Alpa.

    Have camera bag, will travel ...


    Rain gear:


    Not really a keeper - this is in torrential rain (Oregon Liquid Sunshine):
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    Shooting Bixby Bridge - Big Sur

    D600 & IQ 160, Alpa TC, 23HR
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Great image , Graham .

    What is that piece of metal between the tripod head and cube . ? ? ?
    I already saw that recently , when you posted an image showing your TC with the LINHOF SUPER ROLEX mounted .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Jurgen

    I mount all of my big tripod heads with RRS plates and have a RRS B2 LLR long lever clamp on each tripod so that I can easily mount and remove the heads for travel. I highly recommend it.

    http://reallyrightstuff.com/ProductD...-Plate&key=ait

    http://reallyrightstuff.com/ProductD...l-mount&key=it
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    Thank you Graham .

    Looks interesting . I will have a look for that RRS accessory , knowing , it is hard to get here .
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Graham

    I like your idea . I had a detailed look and even found an RRS dealer here in Germany .
    For those , who are interested , here is the link .

    Really Right Stuff B2 LLR II 80mm LR Schnellwechselklemme bei Augenblicke-eingefangen-Shop

    They have listed both parts , but only one is in stock currently .
    Prices are equivalent to the U.S. because they include all taxes .
    Booked .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Using the RRS dovetails and clamps to swap heads works great. I followed Graham's lead and adapted my TVC-24 and Gitzo 5541LS last weekend following our tour of the RRS facilities. No more fumbling through drawers for the right allen wrenches or bits and parts of tripods. It makes swapping the Cube (or other heads) between tripods a snap.

    Thank you Graham for helping me spend, er, invest my money....

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    Re: Behind the scenes

    The last few posts are infernal. Imagine Graham, Don, and Ken at Really Right Stuff. The over/under (betting line) is two hours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stephengilbert View Post
    The last few posts are infernal. Imagine Graham, Don, and Ken at Really Right Stuff. The over/under (betting line) is two hours.
    ...and with Stephen Gilbert and Phil Lindsay as the supervising adults!

    It's okay---I know you both tried.

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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Graham

    I like your idea . I had a detailed look and even found an RRS dealer here in Germany .
    For those , who are interested , here is the link .

    Really Right Stuff B2 LLR II 80mm LR Schnellwechselklemme bei Augenblicke-eingefangen-Shop

    They have listed both parts , but only one is in stock currently .
    Prices are equivalent to the U.S. because they include all taxes .
    Booked .
    Graham

    But miracles do happen .
    Both RRS items are now available . My order is in process and I hope to get the RRS gear on Saturday . Very much looking forward .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Foggy Guangzhou this morning. Contax 645 + iQ180 + 35f3.5 Distagon.
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Sandy took this

    Canon 1DsIII 24-70

    While I was doing this...


    WRS/IQ160 HR40 2-shot 10mm left/right and slight downwards tilt.


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    Don, it looks like one one of those rock ran you other while you were taking the picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I've started shooting film panos and digital together these days because, well, heck I just enjoy shooting both!

    I'll update with the results when I get home and my frostbite has recovered. I really don't miss changing 120 film in 22f with a howling wind ... sometimes digital is so much easier!

    Btw, I normally only use my Lee Big Stopper for long exposures but this weekend I had to use it just to use IQ160 live view @ f/11

    How long are we going to have to wait to see this shot?
    Ed Cooley Fine Art Photography
     
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