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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Thanks, Gerd!

    Learn something new everyday! ... LOL... I won't even bother asking why such a file exists... to me, it simply doesn't matter!

    The important thing is taking the time to see what those files Steve posted will actually give the artist who is working within the constraints of the digital files that are actual images. I will find some time soon, hopefully, after I finish my current project and before I return to the much larger project that needs to be completed by June.

    Dave, you can of course download a 30 day trial of Capture One, and then you would have a more accurate basis for what I was seeing in the testing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Hendrix View Post
    Dave, you can of course download a 30 day trial of Capture One, and then you would have a more accurate basis for what I was seeing in the testing.

    https://captureintegration.com/download-archive/



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    Cool!!!

    Umm... which one?
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    Cool!!!

    Umm... which one?

    Dave, in any case with anything we have posted for download, always grab the latest.


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    Just found this forum and thread. It's great to see so much interest and success with this old gear.

    I've been using Hasselblad 500 c/m with P25 for about 6 years now, so thought I'd share an image. I recently printed this 30x40" on Hannemuhle Photo Rag and it turned out fantastic.

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    [QUOTE=rcarver;786839]Just found this forum and thread. It's great to see so much interest and success with this old gear.

    I've been using Hasselblad 500 c/m with P25 for about 6 years now, so thought I'd share an image. I recently printed this 30x40" on Hannemuhle Photo Rag and it turned out fantastic.


    Welcome. We shall not let this thread die.
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    Re: fat pixel digital backs

    Am I the only one who has no idea what the previous two posts are about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Am I the only one who has no idea what the previous two posts are about?
    I can't answer your question but both Joel and I think the recent posts from new member "ukclippingpath" don't make much sense to us and at least miss context and are posted in the wrong thread. Or they are posted by some kind of spam-bot.

    In cases where this happens it's usually better to "report" the post to mod/admin and not react in the thread, but that's probably my personal preference being an administrator of another forum, where this saves us a lot of work since as admin/mod you don't have to scan all new posts but can rely on a post report coming in for shady new entries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    I can't answer your question but both Joel and I think the recent posts from new member "ukclippingpath" don't make much sense to us and at least miss context and are posted in the wrong thread. Or they are posted by some kind of spam-bot.

    In cases where this happens it's usually better to "report" the post to mod/admin and not react in the thread, but that's probably my personal preference being an administrator of another forum, where this saves us a lot of work since as admin/mod you don't have to scan all new posts but can rely on a post report coming in for shady new entries.
    Done. Thanks!
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    Re: fat pixel digital backs

    Time to see more images from all of your Fat Pixel Backs!

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    Re: fat pixel digital backs

    Here is one more Dave, just to keep thread kicking, ETRS,100mm, P21,
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    Re: fat pixel digital backs

    Thanks, for the Dandelion!!! Very nice and confirms my cursory review of two images I downloaded from Steve Hendrix: my impressions of the images from fat pixel backs is that the difference is in color, contrast, richness, and smoothness. These are all dependent on the processing of each image by each individual, but so far, I am pretty certain that given a fat pixel raw file, as I used this morning, the results are different in a good way, from those of newer digital backs.

    Magic? Or, could it simply be aesthetically different? It is the same either way. So, given the world in which we live, we can all use a little magic, so let's stick with the term "Fat Pixel Magic"!

    It is actually a tip of the hat for the designers of the earlier backs... my respect for them is immense.

    Now, what could be more fun with a relatively low cost than an H body with fat pixel back? Or a V body with a.... or a... well you get the idea!
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    Re: fat pixel digital backs

    The two images from Steve Hendrix that I processed using my own personal protocol, are terrible quality JPEGs below. Somehow, the files just did not want to load at the usual size or resolution, but...

    The first image is from the IQ180, with minimal adjustments in LR, utilizing increased White setting, lowered Highlights, and not much more than making sure the clipping was minimized and sharpness added.
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    The second image is from the P25. Similar adjustments were made in LR (slightly less) and final adjustments including sharpening were made in PS.
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    So, how did the images respond to my processing?

    *** Note: Apologies for the low resolution images. But the differences that I see are not so much in resolution, but in color, vibrancy, richness, contrast and shadow details. Others may strongly disagree with my results and that is fine, and expected. My approach to evaluating how the raw images would respond to my personal workflow is certainly different from almost everyone I know.***

    Every individual has unique preferences in processing and final results.

    The P25 has a charming character that I generally prefer, but then I do prefer darker images over high key. I also prefer rich colors snd contrasty images in general. In the processed P25 image, the greens are much more natural, to me, but others may prefer the yellow-greens prevalent in so many CMOS sensors these days. I personally find them unnatural and unappealing. I have the same yellow-green issues using Velvia transparency film, too.

    That said, the resolution in the raw files indicates that larger prints will obviously result in larger printed images with the 80mp digital back. Nothing new there.

    The images posted above were re-sized to 8x12 and the difference in resolution was not visible... until I re-sized for posting in the forum. Both images then became low resolution facsimiles.

    It would be wonderful to see others process Steve's images using their own workflow and posting the results for discussion.

    Bottom line: There is Magic! And it can be found in your images, regardless of what gear you use. How that Magic appears is up to you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    So, how did the images respond to my processing?

    *** Note: Apologies for the low resolution images. But the differences that I see are not so much in resolution, but in color, vibrancy, richness, contrast and shadow details. Others may strongly disagree with my results and that is fine, and expected. My approach to evaluating how the raw images would respond to my personal workflow is certainly different from almost everyone I know.***

    Every individual has unique preferences in processing and final results.

    The P25 has a charming character that I generally prefer, but then I do prefer darker images over high key. I also prefer rich colors snd contrasty images in general. In the processed P25 image, the greens are much more natural, to me, but others may prefer the yellow-greens prevalent in so many CMOS sensors these days. I personally find them unnatural and unappealing. I have the same yellow-green issues using Velvia transparency film, too.

    That said, the resolution in the raw files indicates that larger prints will obviously result in larger printed images with the 80mp digital back. Nothing new there.

    The images posted above were re-sized to 8x12 and the difference in resolution was not visible... until I re-sized for posting in the forum. Both images then became low resolution facsimiles.

    It would be wonderful to see others process Steve's images using their own workflow and posting the results for discussion.

    Bottom line: There is Magic! And it can be found in your images, regardless of what gear you use. How that Magic appears is up to you!

    This is a very nice comparison and I can clearly see the difference too. Excellent demonstration. I am heading outside with my Mamiya ZD back even though it will be rainy and the weather quite cool. No summer yet in Finland.
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    I have the same yellow-green issues using Velvia transparency film, too.
    There is not much choice in transparency film these days, but I prefer Velvia to Ektachrome for most nature photography. What I have problems with is that scanning without deliberate color editing can't neutralize a magenta in slide films. The blue is too strong too. The magenta cast can be corrected, but not the blues.
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    Another one with P25, there is a lot of detail in the original file.




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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    a V body with a.... or a... well you get the idea!
    I recently bought a Hasselblad 500C/M with a chrome 80mm Planar lens. I stuck my P30+ on it and was very pleasantly surprised at the micro contrast from this 30-year-old camera/lens combo. Great stuff.
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    PSon,

    Sent you a PM...

    Thank you for posting these. As I mentioned in the PM, it is great to see your results!
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    Re: fat pixel digital backs

    Once again, I return to the Fat Pixel backs!

    One of my favorite artists is Pierre Pelligrini and he does amazing work with, you guessed it! Yep, a P20+ Phase One back.

    Here is an interview with him and you can follow his work via the links.

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/minimal...017/03/22/190/

    My takeaway:

    Whatever you use, it is the gear between your ears that makes the biggest difference!

    Anyone have a Fat Pixel Back they are not using? I think it may be time to really get to know it.

    Or... send it to me for exercising it once a year in care of "Dave's Ultimate Fat Spa"!
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    Long exposures on a P20???

    I am trying to figure out how to do long exposures on a P20 on a Hassy 553elx. There is no lens with a shutter to speak of as I am trying to use a pinhole on a 32mm extension tube.

    short latency? Long latency? Wake up signal to the sync cable? Is the PhaseOne wakeup cable necessary ($100) Momentary switch or continuous switch?

    I know it is an old small back but what the heck, my Hassy is getting very lonely. ~TEU

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    Hi all
    got the opportunity to buy (at a very low price) a P1 645AF+80/2.8+Aptus 22

    Knowing the pro and con's of this digital back, i think i'll go for it.
    I've taken a pair of shot, just a couple of question:
    - are the P1 autofocus reliable? maybe it was my fault but looks like it's not very accurate
    - is a little backlash (~1mm) between the back and the camera normal (it rotate a little once installed)

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    Re: fat pixel digital backs

    Quote Originally Posted by nathantw View Post
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    How did I miss this one?
    Gorgeous colors and great image!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gufo2k20 View Post
    Hi all
    got the opportunity to buy (at a very low price) a P1 645AF+80/2.8+Aptus 22

    Knowing the pro and con's of this digital back, i think i'll go for it.
    I've taken a pair of shot, just a couple of question:
    - are the P1 autofocus reliable? maybe it was my fault but looks like it's not very accurate
    - is a little backlash (~1mm) between the back and the camera normal (it rotate a little once installed)
    Just saw this... perhaps you can get an answer from a dealer near you.

    Here, I usually call Capture Integration for questions, but any Phase One dealer should be of some help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    How did I miss this one?
    Gorgeous colors and great image!
    Thank you! I actually matched the color with one of a fallen petal.

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    Re: Long exposures on a P20???

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    I am trying to figure out how to do long exposures on a P20 on a Hassy 553elx. There is no lens with a shutter to speak of as I am trying to use a pinhole on a 32mm extension tube.

    short latency? Long latency? Wake up signal to the sync cable? Is the PhaseOne wakeup cable necessary ($100) Momentary switch or continuous switch?

    I know it is an old small back but what the heck, my Hassy is getting very lonely. ~TEU
    You probably found the answer by now, but the P20 doesn't capture for very long exposures. It wasn't until the +-models came out (i.e. P25+) that long exposures became possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Just saw this... perhaps you can get an answer from a dealer near you.

    Here, I usually call Capture Integration for questions, but any Phase One dealer should be of some help.
    bought it, and found this....
    the Aptus is working well (except for the internal battery.....).
    The backlash was due to the hook latch. The right one was a little bended upwards......just a little pressure seems to have fixed it all. No light leaks and the focus plane seems ok.
    Unfortunately, i was correct about the front-focus....the autofocus was a bit off. Looking at some videos on youtube, i found where the AF modul is located, tried a little adjustement on the module screws and it seems that now the AF is right on the central spot.
    Not yet used with some serious shot but the image it gave looks pretty nice.

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    P25 DF+ 120mm




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    great image sahotar, awesome colors

    but one little advice, focus on the eye that is closer to the observer/camera, thats the eye someone looking at a picture looks first, and then you see a slightly blurred eye
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    hello everyone, its been a while since posting here.

    but it is with a heavy heart that because of continued medical conditions (superior vena cava syndrome) which allows maybe 15 yards of walking before out of breath (no i never smoked), i am putting up my hasselblad h3dll-22 and 80 mm lens for sale. i don't know if this is the right place but i do know that this is the place of lovers of fat pixels. images made from the camera are on this site.

    will send pictures to those who are interested.
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    Fat pixel is a euphemism for old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david distefano View Post
    hello everyone, its been a while since posting here.

    but it is with a heavy heart that because of continued medical conditions (superior vena cava syndrome) which allows maybe 15 yards of walking before out of breath (no i never smoked), i am putting up my hasselblad h3dll-22 and 80 mm lens for sale. i don't know if this is the right place but i do know that this is the place of lovers of fat pixels. images made from the camera are on this site.

    will send pictures to those who are interested.
    David, I am so sorry to hear about your health!

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    Quote Originally Posted by faberryman View Post
    Fat pixel is a euphemism for old.
    To the same extent that thin pixel is an euphemism for new. ,)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mristuccia View Post
    To the same extent that thin pixel is an euphemism for new. ,)
    Except that nobody refers to new cameras as thin pixel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faberryman View Post
    Except that nobody refers to new cameras as thin pixel.
    You're in the right direction.
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    Re: fat pixel digital backs

    Quote Originally Posted by david distefano View Post
    hello everyone, its been a while since posting here.

    but it is with a heavy heart that because of continued medical conditions (superior vena cava syndrome) which allows maybe 15 yards of walking before out of breath (no i never smoked), i am putting up my hasselblad h3dll-22 and 80 mm lens for sale. i don't know if this is the right place but i do know that this is the place of lovers of fat pixels. images made from the camera are on this site.

    will send pictures to those who are interested.
    Oh, no!!! David, that is heartbreaking and the first I have heard about your condition. I must read up and familiarize myself with that.

    Regardless, I wish you all the best, it has to be weighing heavily on you.

    More later, take care of yourself and good luck with the sale.
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    These are taken with a P20 on Mamiya and 80mm f4Macro lens. The camera was on Black Friday Sale and I had to test it immediately to prove it working although it is really my christmas present.
    This was the first or second snow here, but it has all melted now again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinN View Post

    These are taken with a P20 on Mamiya and 80mm f4Macro lens. The camera was on Black Friday Sale and I had to test it immediately to prove it working although it is really my christmas present.
    This was the first or second snow here, but it has all melted now again.
    Looks good at this scale. Is it a keeper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Looks good at this scale. Is it a keeper?

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    Well, with a non + P back one has to cross fingers that it won't need any fixing EVER.
    It is supposed to be my point and shoot because it's the chepaest P back if not counting the tethered only backs.
    Yes I like the dynamic range and the more it is exposed to the right the less problematic the noise is.
    These were all handheld at ISO 200 which is usable in the Finnish darkness, but darker days would need
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    BTW 17 Mpix does not allow for cropping in my opinion, and I have simulated prints in up to 16 inches wide and that's the maximum my printer is capable of and it does not look too bad.

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    I would like to join the supposed group of 'Real 4K photographers'

    These were all elusive 4K snaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinN View Post
    BTW 17 Mpix does not allow for cropping in my opinion, and I have simulated prints in up to 16 inches wide and that's the maximum my printer is capable of and it does not look too bad.
    I have a 40in square image of a snow covered tree taken with the same 16MP resolution (DSC645M in my case). Printed on canvas and viewed at an appropriate distance it looks fantastic.



    https://www.getdpi.com/gallery/files...ow_on_tree.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I have a 40in square image of a snow covered tree taken with the same 16MP resolution (DSC645M in my case). Printed on canvas and viewed at an appropriate distance it looks fantastic.



    https://www.getdpi.com/gallery/files...ow_on_tree.jpg
    Bigprinting is new to me, I have conservative wall space and nada experience

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    Taken with 'The Christmas Gift', ie P20 on Mamiya.

    Waiting for the snow and ice that inevitably will come.









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    Just posted a portrait shot on an H2D-22 in the Portraits thread.
    Fat pixel magice really shines when converted to B&W. The graphic look of the model helped ofcourse
    https://www.getdpi.com/forum/medium-...tml#post807612
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