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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    But instead of milk and cookies we might do bar mix and adult beverages
    You tried that one already - LOL which if I remember correctly gave rise to a few choice comments about how guy had his preferences set on the teaching workstation!!!



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    Wow.. I just went through this thread.. some great images.. Looked and sounded like fun.

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    Am very impressed,today Im going to buy a large(very)piggybank

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    Re: The Road to Moab

    My version of this shot taken after the light had failed but enhanced with a bit of dodging. This is a Helicon focus processed image but with only two images
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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Hey Guy and Jack

    Just to think that these are web res. images! I bet the full size Tiff's have just fantastic detail. I am blue with envy (would have been green but it's snowing here!). We came over to the area around Moab and Sedona last September.....absolutely stunningly beautiful.

    I must come over again soon...........perhaps to one of your workshops next time! Thanks for posting.
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    Thanks Dave and yes the high res. Tifs are just amazing . The Pano's are just flat out scary at 100 percent. Literally i can make prints the size of a bus with them. I may have to call the Dept of Transportation in Utah. Imagine seeing a bus going down the road with one of these baby's on the side. LOL

    May have a few accidents of people staring at them. LOL
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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Quote Originally Posted by Lars Vinberg View Post
    Darnit Jack, stop teasing!

    There's nothing quite like a desert sunrise

    Lars
    And don't you and I both know it Lars! Really looking forward to the time you can join in on one of these!

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    Very Very Nice Jack!!!!!
    Thank you Charlie -- you were definitely missed on this one too!

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    I just went down through this thread and have tears in my eyes. Beautiful and stunning images. You must be having a great time! Thanks so much for sharing these beautiful images!

    Gary P
    Wow, thanks Gary! Indeed this was a superb workshop -- and special kudos to Guy for mapping out the added bonus stops in Winslow and Petrified Forest! Most of all, every member got several great images!

    Quote Originally Posted by mark1958 View Post
    Wow.. I just went through this thread.. some great images.. Looked and sounded like fun.
    Thanks Mark! It was a bunch of fun for sure, just jam packed with amazing photo ops, not the least of which was the last stop in Monument Valley!

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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Quote Originally Posted by nei1 View Post
    Am very impressed,today Im going to buy a large(very)piggybank
    Just make sure you let me know where you hide it. Current rate is one piggy bank for a P45+ and five lenses.

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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Canyon de Chelly - H3C 39 with a CZ Distagon 40 IF

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    Looks nice Woody we got just enough snow that night before we shot these. Perfect timing for Canyon De Chelley. I wish Moab was a little more like last year with regards to snow. But of course they never had a storm like that in 20 years either. Sometimes it is just a matter of luck. Canyon De Chelley worked out nicely
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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Monument Valley
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    Re: The Road to Moab

    IR balanced rock.

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    Re: The Road to Moab

    More IR.

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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Even more IR.


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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Woody,

    I really like your version of the balcony night shot! That said, I find your IR work simply stunning! In fact, your and Joseph's IR work from this trip have motivated me to re-arrange my MF case so that I have the M8 and a couple of lenses with me at all times, specifically so I can start doing more IR!

    On that note, I *know* the Zeiss 28 is the preeminent IR lens, but I'm wondering if any of the less expensive CV lenses would perform as well given it's IR to begin with?

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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Monument Valley
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    I love this pano! What ISO/Shutter/Aperture did you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Monument Valley
    Very nice Woody!

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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Woody....absolutely fabulous! I need more time with you on IR. And, I have a lot more USMC tales to tell as well! And, then, there are the images from the rest of you...I am intimated beyond belief. Wonderful stuff! And, a super time to boot!!!
    Best to all,

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    Woody

    One of THE most magnificent/stunning panoramas I've seen come out of Monument Valley!

    WOW!

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    Jack,
    The fact that my work has inspired you in any way is a huge compliment. Thank You

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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisDauer View Post
    Woody,

    I love this pano! What ISO/Shutter/Aperture did you use?
    This is eleven frames shot with a G1 and the Summilux 25mm f1.4. Exposure was ISO 200; f1.4; 60 seconds. The exposure was long enough that there are star trails - which doesn't bother me - it's really the only way that I could make the exposure - I preferred the short trails to the slightly out of round stars I could have gotten with higher ISO and shorter shutter time. Stitched in Autopano Pro, which left some "scalloping" effect in the dark sky, which I touched up by hand in photoshop.

    Here's a 100%+ crop.

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    Woody - I LOVE the IR shot of the tree in front of the house in Winslow, Arizona.

    You have an amazing eye. I enjoyed shooting with you, and seeing the different shots that you came away with. I was right there with you, but didn't see what you saw.
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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Another large pano.

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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Mike - It was terrific shooting with you - and thanks again for all of the help with LR.

    As far as the eye is concerned I think I over used the "bush in the foreground" thing - I'm going to have to push myself a bit on this.

    Regards,

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    Reynolds - Great hearing from you and thanks for the praise. Looking forward to next time.

    Regards,

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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Last shot of the trip
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    Doing a little playing around in CS4
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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Guy,
    Flip that sky from left to right so the light is coming from the same direction LOL
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    Okay you got it. LOL
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    Okay switched and worked on some more highlights
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    Espresso did not kick in this morning. LOL
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    Much better!
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    Re: The Road to Moab

    I am just now getting to processing some of the photos from Moab. At the risk of being redundant, here are a few more. Thanks to Guy and Jack for letting me participate and thanks to Doug for his help with C1.

    I tried to shoot some of the canyons at Chinle as HDRs, but found they really didn't look right at all. The shot of the Petrified Forest is an HDR attempt.

    On the way back, on Sunday, my father and I were in some small bar in AZ when he loudly asked if anyone else had bet on Pitts. to win. I didn't think we'd get out of there alive after the owner told him that we would be allowed to eat only so someone would be around after the game to beat up.

    Thanks, steve

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    Steve,
    I really like #2. I hope that you print it and hang it. The light is beautiful.

    On the way back, on Sunday, my father and I were in some small bar in AZ when he loudly asked if anyone else had bet on Pitts. to win. I didn't think we'd get out of there alive after the owner told him that we would be allowed to eat only so someone would be around after the game to beat up.
    Those Cardinal fans were taking the game seriously!

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    Wonderful images Steve. What camera and processing software did you use? I'll be going to Zion middle of March and look forward to photographing all that red rock once again also! Eleanor

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    Steve uses the M8 and now C1 Pro. He upgraded in Moab to the Pro version as well as a few other folks. Hard to resist C1 Pro after all the cool tricks Doug , Jack and I showed.
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    Hi Cindy,

    Thanks for your comments. As the initial notice said, this workshop was about taking pictures and I have 9 gigs of photos to go thru!

    Eleanor,

    Guy is correct. I'm using an M8 with C1 Pro. I still have a bit to learn about the best way to handle file organization with C1, as it creates a folder in every folder (not as bad as an infinite regression, but I have to watch where the processed files land). I really like the color from C1, though, and I think re-learning the workflow is worth it.

    I posted the petrified forest photo more as an example what didn't work for me. The dynamic range was high, so I shot an HDR and I don't really like it here. It looks better on my screen than it does on the web, but still not right. In Chinle, there were issues with color shifts in the snow that I couldn't correct for easily: white in the sun, quite blue in the shade. There are exceptions (one of Guy's early posts has an HDR of mine of the river looping thru the canyons that I liked), but C1 alone seems to handle any of the shots with significant snow or cloud movement much better than the HDR software.

    Thanks, steve
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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Quote Originally Posted by scatesmd View Post
    Hi Cindy,

    Thanks for your comments. As the initial notice said, this workshop was about taking pictures and I have 9 gigs of photos to go thru!

    Eleanor,

    Guy is correct. I'm using an M8 with C1 Pro. I still have a bit to learn about the best way to handle file organization with C1, as it creates a folder in every folder (not as bad as an infinite regression, but I have to watch where the processed files land). I really like the color from C1, though, and I think re-learning the workflow is worth it.

    I posted the petrified forest photo more as an example what didn't work for me. The dynamic range was high, so I shot an HDR and I don't really like it here. It looks better on my screen than it does on the web, but still not right. In Chinle, there were issues with color shifts in the snow that I couldn't correct for easily: white in the sun, quite blue in the shade. There are exceptions (one of Guy's early posts has an HDR of mine of the river looping thru the canyons that I liked), but C1 alone seems to handle any of the shots with significant snow or cloud movement much better than the HDR software.

    Thanks, steve
    Steve - Your HDR of petrified forest actually looks great - what software are you using and what settings?

    I find that my HDRs often come out flat looking - this is actually a good place to start in Photoshop. A couple of remedies are possible in Photoshop - add a curves layer with a fair amount of S in it - dragging the darker values back toward where they started before HDR (but not all of the way - leaving shadow detail) and ditto highlights. What you are doing in effect is trying to mimic the original tonal values in the scene, but using HDR to prevent the shadows from blocking and the highlights from blowing. You could also use masked adjustments layers to darken areas that are meant to be dark and to lighten areas that are meant to be light. You could also use a mask to lessen the contrast of the sky.

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    Hi Woody,

    Thanks for your kindness! The issue I had with that photo was moving clouds and Photomatix and Dynamic HDR did not handle it well. I ended up using the Separator HDR merge function of FDRTools to deal with it as best I could. I originally increased the global contrast in the image more than what you see, but some abnormal colors appeared on top of the logs when I pushed it too far.

    I have another HDR from the forest I'll upload in a minute that looked pretty natural. In the meantime, here are 2 more photos from the drive, a dead car in the desert and a dead train car in Winslow.

    Thanks, steve

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    Hi Woody,

    Here is the other HDR form the Petrified Forest. There was no sky to be moving and the software handled it better.

    Thanks, steve

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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Here are a few more: The White House as the sun started to light it up, early morning time exposure of Monument Valley, and Park Avenue early am.

    Thanks, steve

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    I was fortunate Doug helped me take my first photo with a technical camera P45+ back. This arch file is a 4 photo stitch of 600 MB.

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    Re: The Road to Moab

    What a great trip! I had a fantastic time shooting with everyone, exploring new territory, and sharing some lightroom tips.

    I finally got time to process some of my images. I'll start by uploading some of my "people shots" - these are shots of our workshop participants in action in the field (and other fun places).

    #1 - Sedona: Jack, Joe, and Guy (along with two other visitors) overlook the town of Sedona while we wait for the light to break.

    #2 - Sedona: Guy works his magic with the Mamiya 300

    #3 - Sedona: Jack (with Bob in the background) sharing a joke to keep us warm while we wait for the light

    #4 - Petrified Forest: Mike surveys the lunar landscape for his next shot

    #5 - Petrified Forest: Jack, Bob, and Guy - working on "the perfect composition"
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    Beautiful capture and stitch, Steve.

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    Re: The Road to Moab

    More people shots...

    #1 - Petrified Forest - Workshop participants explore this mysterious place.

    #2 - Petrified Forest - Woody and Bob brave the wind to capture their shot

    #3 - Arches - Jack with Steve and Guy, shooting Balance Rock

    #4 - Arches - Jack giving some tips on composition of this scene

    #5 - Arches - Guy goes vertical
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    Re: The Road to Moab

    These five shots are all from "Double Arch" in Moab (Arches National Park).

    Howard ventured up to the bridge that separates the two arches to look through the window. You can also see Reynolds, and Doug, as we're all trying to figure out how to get Howard down
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    #1 - Arches - Howard shooting in the "Park Avenue" canyon

    #2 - Arches - Reynolds surveys the beauty of Park Avenue

    #3 - Arches - Howard, as we're nearing the end of the Park Avenue canyon hike

    #4 - Twin Rock Cafe (southern Utah) - Guy and Bob enjoy a much needed rest and libation.

    #5 - Monument Valley - We reached the park about 90 minutes before sunset, and make a mad "road rally" dash around the park to get in as much shooting as possible. In this shot, the first two cars (of a 5-car caravan) reach a new spot, and jump out quickly to start shooting. That's Jack in the green T-shirt, looking for a different angle.
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    Re: The Road to Moab

    "Whatcha got there, Reynolds?"

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    Re: The Road to Moab

    Steve and MIke,
    I just tuned back into to this thread and whoa these are great shots.

    Steve the color in the last shot of post 183 is fabulous!

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    Re: The Road to Moab

    OK, now time to post some of my shots from the trip. The challenge here is to post a perspective or composition that hasn't already been shown. Tough to do, when you're shooting with about a dozen extremely talented photographers.

    #1 - Petrified Forest - 28 Cron on the M8

    #2 - Canyon De Chelly - Pano

    #3 - Canyon De Chelly - morning after a snowfall

    #4 - Canyon De Chelly - "Spider Rock"

    #5 - Arches - Valley View
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