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    Re: The Road to Moab

    jack: great canyon shot
    no one went down the the Whitehouse? it is great down there

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    Guy,

    Thanks for the info.


    great work from all of you.

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    Looks like you guys are getting some great shots! I wish I was there! Hopefully Doug made it in safely yesterday... he has some cool toys for you to play with!

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    From the creek, mid afternoon
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    Bob, what lens were you using on this? Nice depth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakeshuck View Post
    Bob, what lens were you using on this? Nice depth.
    Thanks,
    It is a Mamiya 55mm at f/16.
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    Bob, let me say what a fabulous capture your White House Ruins is.

    I'm assuming MFDB, but regardless it just glows !!

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    Re: The Road to Moab

    fantastic pics guys! vey inspirational landscape.
    it is over 40 Celsius here for a week..
    wish I was ther e( freezing) with you lot.

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    This is in Moab, Garden of Eden. Looks like it to. MF 150mm lens
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seascape View Post
    Bob, let me say what a fabulous capture your White House Ruins is.

    I'm assuming MFDB, but regardless it just glows !!
    Thanks!,
    It was shot with a P45+ and a Mamiya 150mm lens.
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    IR from yesterday morning at Park Avenue
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    The Sphinx and the moon
    Attachment 11384
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    Last edited by Bob; 29th January 2009 at 03:36.

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    Sunbeam
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    Workshop
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    Garden of Eden
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    Re: The Road to Moab

    My version of last night's moon:

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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    The Sphinx and the moon
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    Bob,
    can you see the face of the girl, looking at the moon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlasR View Post
    Bob,
    can you see the face of the girl, looking at the moon?

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    Yes, pretty neat, eh?
    Jack, I like yours better!
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    Last edited by Bob; 29th January 2009 at 04:17.

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    Jack and Bob. Glad I stopped. Really nice ones
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    Jack that one maybe the best of the week so far that I seen of the moon. Hmmm I might have to shoot it again
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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Bob & Jack,
    Awesome shots. The color is just so rich. This proves the point that every trip to Moab provides you with different opportunities!

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    Is that button at the bottom to call the lift or for room service?

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    Jack, with what gear did you do that moonshot?

    All these are very good. Love that Winslow shot.

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    Wow!, Wow! and more Wow!

    "Arizona Highways" magazine should scarf up all the output from this trip and run with it. Unless you guys have other plans for these images...go for it! I've not seen better!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nei1 View Post
    Is that button at the bottom to call the lift or for room service?
    Best Joke of the Week so far!!

    Gandolfi.

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    Great images everyone, I see that you've been blessed with beautiful light along with that fantastic nature, enjoy and thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monza View Post
    Jack, with what gear did you do that moonshot?
    It's just straight out of the P45+ and Mamiya: 210 lens at f11, 2 second exposure, ISO 100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Bob & Jack,
    Awesome shots. The color is just so rich. This proves the point that every trip to Moab provides you with different opportunities!
    Thanks Terry, very different than last year!
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    Hi All,

    There are too many nice photographs to comment on individually.

    You have a very beautiful country, glad you all seem to be having a nice time.

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    Thanks this has been a awesome workshop and we are having a blast. Start looking for the next one the words wine and coast seem to be next and warmer weather. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Thanks this has been a awesome workshop and we are having a blast. Start looking for the next one the words wine and coast seem to be next and warmer weather. LOL
    Is the thought of all that gear coming your way keeping you up Guy?
    LOL!

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    Have so much damn gear here it is scary. In my car alone with three Phase shooters and the M8 gear plus what leica sent me for us to play with it is just downright scary. My car filled is worth the most expensive HOUSE in Moab and maybe 2. Besides that we are high jacking Doug from CI. Even more toys to play with.
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    Interesting rundown of shooters

    2 Hassy shooters
    4 Phase shooters
    9 M8 shooters or more lost count
    2 Nikon shooters
    2 Canon shooters
    4 G1 shooters
    3 Tech Camera owners

    Plus let's not forget what there not telling me they own. LOL

    It is actually great we have this diversity in gear. You get to learn a lot of the other systems
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    Playing around in C1 with the color picker but on the B&W side. Pretty cool stuff
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    Another one . These are all with a 28 Mamiya lens
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    Looks like I have a dust bunny
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    Here is one from me to demo a few of the processing techniques we've taught so far this week. Running a little danger here because these are off my laptop and not Guy's big color managed machine, but here you go. First is the file as it looked straight out of the camera, the second is the worked version:





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    Have so much damn gear here it is scary. In my car alone with three Phase shooters and the M8 gear plus what leica sent me for us to play with it is just downright scary. My car filled is worth the most expensive HOUSE in Moab and maybe 2. Besides that we are high jacking Doug from CI. Even more toys to play with.
    I thought so, what did you say your license plate was?

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    WOW! looks great on my desktop display.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Here is one from me to demo a few of the processing techniques we've taught so far this week. Running a little danger here because these are off my laptop and not Guy's big color managed machine, but here you go. First is the file as it looked straight out of the camera, the second is the worked version:





    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Have so much damn gear here it is scary. In my car alone with three Phase shooters and the M8 gear plus what leica sent me for us to play with it is just downright scary. My car filled is worth the most expensive HOUSE in Moab and maybe 2. Besides that we are high jacking Doug from CI. Even more toys to play with.
    Should Dave and I be expecting a ransom note soon for Doug and all the gear he has?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clawery View Post
    Should Dave and I be expecting a ransom note soon for Doug and all the gear he has?
    You might need to send search and rescue instead --- we can't keep him out of the parks for more than about two hours at a time!

    Seriously, I am pretty sure he slept there the other night just to do a star trail long exposure. When I questioned him on sleep, he said something that sounded like, "I'll get plenty of sleep when I'm dead."

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    Here's a Q&D B&W from this morning's location:



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    Nice stuff guys. I'm enjoying this thread. Makes me want to take a trip out west soon.

    Question: what tripod and ballhead would you guys recommend for a G1 for a similar Moab Road Trip?

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    There's stunning stuff here guys!

    While I'm glad I went to the Redwoods I still would have liked to be along with you guys - the images are making it feel just that way.

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    Wish I could have gone, but I'm currently working on bootstrapping a new venture and am working mainly for equity, so have neither time or money! Which is unusual, since usually I have plenty of money but no time.

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    Excellent before and after, Jack. That's a great advertisement for post production done right.

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    Thanks Kurt!
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    Colorado River
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    Bob, that's just lovely. I feel (almost) as though I'm there.

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    Bob,
    The river shot is really nice. I regret not shooting down along there last year.

    LOVE the new avatar. Very Hugh Heffner/Thurson Howell (gilligan's island). Nice cropping with the hand.

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    Turret Arch from my point of view.

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