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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Behind the scene...
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    I forgot this wonderful thread. I live 35 mi south west of Buffalo, NY, where, in some areas, a lake effect storm has delivered 5 ft of snow in the last 24 hr. I see about a foot in my area (for now!), but I thought you might enjoy the view from my front door. My turn Will.

    ISO 12,800 (K-3) on the behind the scene shot.



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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Gee Tom, I only had four inches. But don't worry, there are some competitions I am happy to lose.

    Hopefully, most of your trees and shrubs have lost their foliage. My apple trees still have their leaves in November and I spent some time in our blizzard trying to keep the snow from building up too much. We had some nasty damage in last year's ice storm and I could not bear losing my fruit trees.

    How much longer to May?

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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Will:

    I have some large maples (100+ ft) in my backyard that still have most of their leaves. They are always late to drop and sometimes lose a major branch; fortunately, they are not close to any structure. Lake effect snow is normal here, but temperatures in the teens is very early for November. There are many things I should have done before cold weather which are undone, e.g., I have many clay pots in the yard which I'm sure have burst by now.

    By my calculations, it's six months to May.
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    It's only 5 months, guys! (+11 days I suppose...)

    We have our fair share here but nothing like Buffalo and vicinity. But the forecast calls for very mild weather this weekend so it'll all turn to slop.
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    It's only 5 months, guys! (+11 days I suppose...)

    We have our fair share here but nothing like Buffalo and vicinity. But the forecast calls for very mild weather this weekend so it'll all turn to slop.
    Bill, I would think that you get major snow from Huron or even Georgian Bay; I know the area around Orillia can get major snowfalls. Buffalo is perhaps in a different category, although it pales to the snow off Lake Ontario (most years). I'm about 35 mi SW of Buffalo and the snow band has been here most of the day. So far, about four feet with two more expected,

    An update: A view from our euphemistically named sun room:
    That's a bird feeder outside the window. Interesting, some moiré appears in a window that still has screen. The snow is up to the window.

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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Tom, we have maybe a foot here on the Bruce, all of which came off Lake Huron. It's the east side of Georgian Bay (Orillia) that gets the biggest hit because it gets the west wind streamers off Huron AND Georgian Bay.

    I do hope your roof is OK - we're hearing a lot of reports of the danger of collapse when the rain comes through tomorrow.

    Keep well, Bill

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    Thanks Bill. We have a small section of flat roof which is on the leeward side of the house, and from previous storms we're very aware of how it can quickly accumulate 4 ft. of snow. That's been cleaned and our other roofs should be OK; however, there may be some serious problems in Buffalo as the rain arrives

    I'm familiar with the snows around Orillia/Barrie; years ago I often made trips from here to Hardwood Hills for cross-country skiing. It's a world class trail system, beautifully maintained. I wish it were closer, I'm less wiling to make the drive nowadays.

    I've been going though some old scans and found this one taken in your part of the world. I love the white limestone and blue-green water of the Bruce peninsula. It seems this shot fits "behind the scenes" in an abstract sort of way.

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    Taken with the Ricoh Theta.

    OK, so that particular set-up has the 4x Canon 1Dx timelapse rig on it, but the previous day it had the FPS/90HR/IQ250 on the Seitz VR Drive 2 for a 6 gigapixel panorama.

    Pano will be released in the new year as part of the Dubai360 tour, teaser for the timelapse can be viewed here - Video: Watch: Man takes 830 metre-high selfie on top of Burj Khalifa, Dubai - Telegraph
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Oooooooh man , I get sick just by looking at the video .
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    Oops, forgot - you can interact with the full pano from the Theta here -

    https://theta360.com/s/Ywp

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    Re: Behind the scenes

    I guess we can close the Behind the Scenes thread now.

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    Holy moly! Gerald! Made me pucker

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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Quote Originally Posted by kdphotography View Post
    Holy moly! Gerald! Made me pucker
    I puckered too and that was only when I visited the viewing floor of that building outside but behind glass. Gerald really must have cojones made of steel as I'm sure that thing had to be moving at that height.

    Quote Originally Posted by stephengilbert View Post
    I guess we can close the Behind the Scenes thread now.

    I think that someone needs a selfie from Branson's space vehicle now when it's back up and running.
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Although I posted this image in my Wind River thread, I thought the background info would be fun here. Second day of multi-day backpacking, I had a plan to hike back to this pass at sunset to shoot Gannett Peak:



    Since we were heading off-trail at this point, we set down the packs and explored for several hours. We were debating whether to climb Glover Peak, so we scouted out the route. In the process, we found this spot above an unnamed lake: 43°10'12.1"N 109°46'38.8"W. Thinking this would be a better view than the pass, I convinced my brother to haul our packs up here and set up the tent, despite the less wind protected location.



    Here is the shot from that evening. Two-image stitch with the Rodi 90hrsw:



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    Re: Behind the scenes

    I didn't see how anyone could post after Gerald's lofty BTS, but the tent is a nice touch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stephengilbert View Post
    I didn't see how anyone could post after Gerald's lofty BTS, but the tent is a nice touch.
    Just trying to slowly bring us back down to Earth.
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Fantastic sunset shot, Dave! Congrats,
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    I'll admit to not visiting here lately but wanted to add a little something...

    Recently upgraded my IQ160 to a IQ180 and took it out yesterday morning.


    A Sony A7r taking a picture of a Phase One...


    This is what the DF/IQ180 55LS ended up with...

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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Finally remembered to upload a "behind the scenes" shot from my phone!



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    In the Vermillion Cliffs overlooking Lee's Ferry and Marble Canyon.



    Cambo WRS-1250, IQ160, SK120 Aspheric - 9 vertical shots stiched.
    Full print size is around 260 x 76 cm.
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    So what do you do if you have 16-small Papa Smurfs and 1-big fluffy one? Photo shoot! And to make it even more interesting do it with a tech camera. Most of the grunt work was done in C1-Pro 8.2 before sending it to Photoshop 2014 where I cloned out the background and added a couple other steps.




    And the behind the scenes photos...





    Cambo WRS and 80-megapixel IQ180 digital back along with a Rodenstock 40 HR mm lens with 5 degrees tilt all tethered to a Surface Pro 3 running Capture One Pro 8.2.

    Just havin' some this morning....


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    Re: Behind the scenes

    My wife took this photo as I was standing and trying to shield the camera from waves breaking on the rocks behind me.

    and here is the photo which I recently posted on the "fun with MF" thread.




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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Some recent "behind the scenes" shots, though I'd post them all at once

    The Hk Victoria Harbour one I've already posted in the "technical camera images" thread, I will post the others as well as soon as I'm done here.

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    Re: Behind the scenes

    ...and I forgot one, final image as well posted in the other thread...

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    First tether session.Click image for larger version. 

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    Shot with ND6 filter on my Leica S with Summarit 70mm
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    Smallest bag I have can take the Alpa TC, Credo 60 and a lens. A couple of extra batteries and a ND filter. Perfectly enough...



    And the behind shot...

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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Great. Leave it to Dan to upgrade the BTS thread with a shot of the bag that carried the gear to the scene.
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    BTS mk. II
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    From the local island. Leica S + Summarit 70mm + ND6 from Breakthrough Photography
    32sek exposure @ f22

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    I am keenly aware sharp focus and devotion to accurate landscape reproduction is a goal for many of us, however, sometimes I like to let my creativity run wild. I find batches of birch trees just lovely, however, that type of photograph has been over done and photographed ad nauseam (in my opinion). I like being unique. Used my ancient H3DII39 with 100mm.





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    H3DII39 plus 35mm with 0.9 ND and 0.6 Grad ND filter; f29 for 2 seconds. It was pretty windy. Cleaned up the seaweed from the shore in the final.





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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Lifting fog over coastal dunes.
    Nambung, WA, April 2005.
    Toyo 810G monorail, Apo-Symmar 240/5.6 on 8x10" Kodak E100G.



    Behind the scenes: The hike out to the dune was about an hour in deep sand. Leaving the truck it was still pitch dark. Carrying an 8x10 monorail setup in a backpack is quite a good exercise hehe. When I set up my camera the fog was so dense I could hardly see the dune. At sunrise the fog was still dense, and the morning light colored everything red. Then the fog lifted - I had about 2-3 minutes before the air cleared completely, allowing the harsh Australian sunlight in.
    Apologies for the low quality - back then I had a Canon S40 digicam.

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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Marbles and Ghost Gum.
    Devil's Marbles, NT, June 2004.
    Toyo 810G, Fujinon 240/9, 2 minutes at f/45 on 8x10" Velvia 100F (post corrected).



    I had set up an 8x10 and a 6x17. I exposed three sheets of 8x10 - the one above was a 2 minute exposure, 32 minutes after sunset.

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    Marbles and Ghost Gum.
    Devil's Marbles, NT, June 2004.
    Toyo 810G, Apo-Ronar 480/9 on 8x10" Velvia 50.



    I had set up an 8x10 and a 6x17. I exposed three sheets of 8x10 - the one above was a 10 minute exposure, about 40 minutes after sunset.

    This is a great shot. Thanks for posting. Haven't seen such a convincing argument for film in a while. Please tell us more about this one - shot and processing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    This is a great shot. Thanks for posting. Haven't seen such a convincing argument for film in a while. Please tell us more about this one - shot and processing.
    Sure - thanks

    Original Velvia 100F transparency:



    I found my notebook my memory was quite a bit off.
    I set up an hour before sunset, made three exposures - late afternoon light at 17:40, last sunlight (sun 1/3 over horizon) at 17:50, and dusk at 18:22 (this image).
    Lens: Fujinon 240/9.
    Filtering: ND grad 1-stop soft, coral grad 1-stop soft, upside down to warm up foreground.
    Exposure: 2 minutes at f/45.

    Film was scanned on a Howtek D4500 at 2000 ppi to a 16K x 20K 48 bit image (about 1800 MB), I kept it in scanner's native linear color space.

    Processing... this is a bit of a Pandora's box... I wrote my own photo editing software.
    Essentially it's a layer-based non-destructive photo editing software. Focus has been on detailed work on single photos so it's not yet great at workflow and batch processing. But it's really good with large images, works OK with RAM twice the size of the original file although more RAM is obviously better.

    Steps for this image were pretty simple:
    - Black and white conversion with red filter for dramatic increase of contrast.
    - Burn brush on rocks to add light to existing highlights - this adds depth by emphasizing the three-dimensionality of the round marbles.
    - Burn brush on grass and flowers in foreground to lead lead the eye to the center of the image.
    - Rip to output file in sRGB for 24x30 print at 360 ppi.
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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Found another one - Death Valley, February 2003:

    Ebony SW23, Super Angulon 65, 1 sec at f/22 with CF and polarizer (admittedly a mistake) on 6x9 cm Kodak E100S:


    Behind the scenes (slightly different location, I found the scene above behind the next dune):


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    Frazier Park


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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Haven't gotten round to post the BTS shots from Nov last year, hope you like these...


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    Following on from Dan's theme on camera bags. Here's the trusty camera bag in the granite country in Victoria's Great Dividing Range on a glorious day for taking pictures.

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    Re: Behind the scenes

    Quote Originally Posted by Pelorus View Post
    Following on from Dan's theme on camera bags. Here's the trusty camera bag in the granite country in Victoria's Great Dividing Range on a glorious day for taking pictures.
    Ditto from Monument Valley with my old camera bag. I miss it ... (although I do love the new one).

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    Cathedral Rocks, Kiama (NSW, Australia). I went here storm chasing, and missed a big Sydney storm. All I got was rained on!

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    It's been a while so here's a new behind the scenes shot: California Palouse

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    80 year old boat vs 100-year storm... guess who won.

    Winter of 07/08 I lived on Malta, rented an apartment with a nice sea view.

    Early December I took this photo from my balcony, using a 300 f/4 lens on my Nikon D2X:





    Mid-January a 100-year storm rolled in, massive waves pounded the harbor, with devastating results:









    The 80-year old hand-built boat got crushed in the storm. Someone collected pieces of it and left in a pile in the harbor:
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    Bummer
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    Afternoon.

    I'm still in testing phase of my new tech cam so not yet producing images I really like but thought I'd add a quick BTS post as it was beautiful here this morning at the edge of the river.



    And the resulting shot, 2 image vertical stitch for a square crop. I need to look at a hood setup for the 32mm to deal with the flare.

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    I have eaten croissants sat on a balcony of the hotel in the middle of that bay in Malta (2nd pic) the weather was a bit more benign too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSmith View Post
    I have eaten croissants sat on a balcony of the hotel in the middle of that bay in Malta (2nd pic) the weather was a bit more benign too.
    Yep Italian influence on food culture is obvious - in a good way. Such a small country, you can drive around the main island in two hours. Six months there and I felt a bit claustrophobic. Would love to revisit every now and then though.
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