Actually Tom, some of us don't.
H4D-50 and HCD 28 lens.
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[IMG]StarTrailsFromFiles_IMG3363-3426Step11CropSpotSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (205k + views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
This looks absolutely stunning, but can we have the details on that last picture, please? Iso, exposure time, focal length, aperture? I would like to know why the stars do not turn to trails.
Thank you :-).
Sure thing! It's two frames combined, both shot with a Pentax using the 35mm f3.5 A lens. The sky is a frame at ISO 6400 (made possible by the excellent sensor) - 25 secs at f3.5; the short exposure and wide field of view combination is why there is no apparent trailing. The foreground was shot at ISO 1600 (for lower noise) at f5 for something like 5 minutes.
Hope that answers your question - glad you like it!
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Yes, it does. I should have thought that it was 2 exposures combined.
Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ380 |
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I'm slowly testing what the Hartblie 45mm Super-Rotator can accomplish (both on the DF/IQ160 and Sony A7r). These are all from the DF/IQ160 handheld with the lens centered. I'm pleased with the center shots and am going to more on movements. More soon...
I had a Hartblie several years ago however sold it; as good as that one was this appears to be better. These were processed in C1-8 using the lens profile and some minor tweaking.
The other side of fall:
While the trees are going out with a bang, the fern and other plants slowly wither. This is from the understory in my woods.
MF apples Leica S2 + Mamiya C 80/2.8 N wide open.. This small cheap lens has a great pop/3D capability, zero CA, sharp WO.
Leica S2 | S-35,70,120,180 | Hasselblad HC 100/2.2 | Pentax 67 M* 300/4 + 1.4 TC| Mamiya C 55/2.8 N, 80/2.8 N, A 120/4, 150/2.8 D | Sony A7r II + various lenses
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This was shot yesterday evening just a few minutes from office, Hasselblad 555/ELD and Distagon 40 at f/11 (or f/16).
I noticed a pair fishing an throwing nice reflections in the water, so I shot off some exposures at 1/4s hoping to get one without motion. It turned out the pair was kissing, would I had Guy's resolution monster (the Credo with the Rody HR) , I would needed to paint over with black to make them unrecognisable.
I also shot this 24-70 at 28 on the Sony Alpha:
Perhaps a 39 MP CCD make folks fall in love?
Full images here: http://echophoto.dnsalias.net/ekr/Ar...en_2014_09_30/
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Something a little different for me...
2-file image processed first in C1-8 (on a Surface Pro 3) then opened in the studio and merged then cropped to 7x5 which is several times larger than the original. Captured using a Phase One DF/IQ160 and a Mamiya 120 manual macro lens f/4 1/1250 ISO 50
Second attempt, 2-files stacked for focus f/32 1/30 ISO 200.
Both were shot on a napkin. Forgot to mention that I used a flashlight as a light source - just a little unconventional
Erik and Douglas - thanks so much for the positive comments. Really appreciate it.
And Erik - love the kissing fishers. Made me chuckle!
Miska, that is a polar projection of this panorama:
You resample the image to make it square and then you put it through a polar projection filter in Photoshop. The trick is where the left and right sides of the image join. Many joints can be visible. The joint in my image is around 8:30.
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First images with the new 645Z and what a delight it is. All shot with yesterday's wide angle, the 75/2.8, as it turned out, the 35mm turned up in the mail last night. Last one was a crop and then put through Nik Silver Efex.
First time shooting medium format, it's a very easy format to get used to, seems more natural from a composition perspective to me.
Great shots to browse here, went through the last 20 pages!!!
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Great Sand Dunes National Park, CO
Phase One IQ180/Phase One DF/SK 55mm
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H4D-50 and HCD 28 lens.
Much bigger here:
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North Lake in the Catskills is peak color this weekend.
Cambo AE, IQ180, HR40, 2 Shot Stitch
Ed Cooley Fine Art Photography
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Ed, admit it, you dragged those canoes along with you and dropped them into the scene didn't you?
Remember: adventure before dementia!
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I was surprised when I bushwacked along the shore and popped out to these. I was tempted to drag the kayak out of the lake but decided it was a nice contrast to the canoe. One canoe in the lake with a paddle hanging off it is one of those cliche shots I am saving for the boundary waters so I resisted.
my first independent film development slide Velvia50
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New watch, so I thought I'd try some macro for a change.
Mamiya 120mm/4.0; Achromatic+
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