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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Guy, great shot of me lol
    Hey the new posting image setup is really nice.
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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Yea we can see BIG images now
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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    So how big should we go now in pixels?
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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    One of the reasons we originally instituted the 900 pix default is when you post images larger than that, they begin to get easy to steal and print decently. As an example on our printing workshop, I had taken one of the participants larger images -- 1200 pixel I think -- off our site, upsized it carefully and printed it out to 11x14 -- and it looked very good!

    So that advice remains -- if you're worried about image theft, I'd keep them at 900 pix max. If you don't care, and want to share bigger images, go ahead and attach up to 2000 pix wide or 1200 pix high -- anything wider or taller will get downsized to 2000 wide max, 1200 high max.
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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Guy I forgot to mention I opened up your lake Powell pano image in PS at 100% all I can say is wow, amazing quality, it's crackling with energy. I highly recommend everyone take a look at it when you get the chance

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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    LOL that is MF and why it is so good.
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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by dougpetersonci View Post
    Here is a diagram from my real world experience shooting this workshop with a P40+ on the Cambo Wide RS with a Schneider 35mm XL.
    Doug, that's great - thanks a lot!
    I assume the "poor" area is around 5mm; so you can use +/- 15mm shift to get good results... is that right?

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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    This is a HDR 3 shots and just not sure I like it yet. Yes I was hanging off the cliff, don't tell my wife. Than again make sure my life policy is up to date. LOL
    I like it, Guy. It's believable HDR. So much HDR that I see is way over saturated.
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    Thanks Roger exactly what I am trying to avoid is the over processed look. Not a big fan of it. I'm getting close with Jacks help on this one. Showing the one original raw file here of the 3 for the HDR. Big difference
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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    As you can see and what we teach is sometimes you just have to work it.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Guy,
    I would dial down the saturation a touch, also, make sure that the reflection of sky is always darker than the sky you see reflected in it.
    I think that the blue reflection to the back needs to be dialed down just a bit since it is reflecting sky at a higher angle than its tonal match which is at the horizon.
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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Looks little better Bob. I knew something was bugging me. The hard part of this whole image is the lack of direct sun on the rocks and trying to make some.
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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Nice Guy, well done.
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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Actually I would love a print of this one. Anyway you can post it like you did the lake powell pano?
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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Sure may have to wait to the weekend though. Heading out here soon
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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by thomas View Post
    Doug, that's great - thanks a lot!
    I assume the "poor" area is around 5mm; so you can use +/- 15mm shift to get good results... is that right?
    Of course as with any lens fall off it's not a matter of 4mm from the edge is unusable and 5.5mm from the edge is pristine.

    But I think you're generally correct; +/-15mm would make the majority of my customers very happy.

    That said, there is little reason (other than "purity") not to shoot +/-20mm and then crop to the section you're happy with. There is enough overlap for this with the P40+ (just barely; a 0mm shot might be advised) and plenty of overlap for this with the P65+.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpetersonci View Post
    Of course as with any lens fall off it's not a matter of 4mm from the edge is unusable and 5.5mm from the edge is pristine.
    sure...

    Quote Originally Posted by dougpetersonci View Post
    +/-15mm would make the majority of my customers very happy.
    so it's roughly +/- 7mm for the P65+. The 47XL therefore probably will become the standard wide lens for P65+ shooters if it holds sharpness at the edges a bit better (should do so) ... just a thought.

    Quote Originally Posted by dougpetersonci View Post
    That said, there is little reason (other than "purity") not to shoot +/-20mm and then crop to the section you're happy with.
    yes, that's what I basically do as well when stitiching (after composition on groundglass so that I know what I will get)... it's just faster and easier to work this way.

    Thanks again!

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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    I've posted many photos in my personal blog: http://www.doug-peterson.com/wordpress/?s=getDPI

    Here is a small selection.


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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    doug the b&w one is rocking nice crop on it.
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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Thanks! By the way, the last image is a Pinhole P45+, so the "lens" is not al that sharp :-).

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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Doug,

    I *really* like the B&W pano!

    On the pinhole image, might it look better in sepia, with perhaps a bit of vignette and some gaussian noise added -- more of a mild tin-type effect?
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    Doug,

    great photos! Like them all

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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Looks little better Bob. I knew something was bugging me. The hard part of this whole image is the lack of direct sun on the rocks and trying to make some.
    Guy

    Even with all your talent (and that is huge) HDR just doesn't work for me. I have been so hopeful because obviously this would take care of tons of real world problems, the final result always looks phony to me.

    And Guy, if you can't consistently do it the rest of us simply have no chance

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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Great shots Doug. Cropping is excellent.

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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Still working on my files from last week. I hope Don visits and sees this. I want to send him a copy as well.


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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    Guy

    Even with all your talent (and that is huge) HDR just doesn't work for me. I have been so hopeful because obviously this would take care of tons of real world problems, the final result always looks phony to me.

    And Guy, if you can't consistently do it the rest of us simply have no chance

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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Hey folks don't forget to load some of these great images posted in the Gallery. I did post all of mine a couple days ago.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Folks,

    check this out - have added a members gallery of our workshop on

    http://photography.tomsu.eu/

    Enjoy!

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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Peter,
    Great action shots very prestigious :-)
    How can I get a few for me!
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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by ptomsu View Post
    Folks,

    check this out - have added a members gallery of our workshop on

    http://photography.tomsu.eu/

    Enjoy!
    Some great shots Peter, really nice shots of folks working and playing.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Guy, whens the next trip?
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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    October the Oregon Coast as soon as i get back next week i am starting to work on it. Maybe a 7 day
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    Re: The great GetDPI Northern Arizona Workshop

    Steven,

    send me your mailing address and I have a DVD shipped to you.

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