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02-08-2012, 09:17 AM   #3121
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nondo Quote
One of my first photos with the Pentax, featuring the Chula Vista Salt Works in Southern California. Lights in the background are from Tijuana, Mexico.

Pentax 67, SMC 105mm 2.4, Portra 400

Nice colours! Straight from the film or with a little post here and there?

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And here is that other panoramic. Full file being 4GB in total and 200 megapixels. This is Grasmere

Penrax 645D FA 120 f/16 1/20 6 shots merged in CS5


02-11-2012, 09:05 PM   #3123
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I'm still dialing it in, but I finally have scanability!









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Spent some days in Venice with my wife:

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nice shots from venice. I was there a few months ago, its a very nice place to photograph.
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some more from europe

velvia 100 in Fussen, Germany. p6x7 55mm f/4






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Snow and Red Rock

Snow fall doesn't last too long in SW Utah. We tend to have the AZ/CA Mojave type of climate as opposed to the 'real winter' that other parts of Utah experience. We had rain for two days combined with a snowstorm that blew through last evening. I went to nearby Snow Canyon State Park for sunrise. This 645D image from this morning, stitched from three vertical frames, manual focus 35mm @ F16. Processed in LR 3.0, stitched in CS4.
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Great!

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Another shot from the sunrise on the shores of Windermere. This is a blend of several shots in photomatix

Pentax 645D FA 33 - 55 at 33mm and f/16


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P67II with 90/2.8 @ f/8, 1/125 (handheld) Tmax 400 @ 800...


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QuoteOriginally posted by CDW Quote
Snow fall doesn't last too long in SW Utah. We tend to have the AZ/CA Mojave type of climate as opposed to the 'real winter' that other parts of Utah experience. We had rain for two days combined with a snowstorm that blew through last evening. I went to nearby Snow Canyon State Park for sunrise. This 645D image from this morning, stitched from three vertical frames, manual focus 35mm @ F16. Processed in LR 3.0, stitched in CS4.
Lovely image!

How did you stitch it in CS4? Not that easy, I suppose
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On my way up to the Lakes a few weeks ago, I had a meeting in London and didn't have time to set up my tripod this time, but wasn't approached by anyone in Paddington

Pentax 645D FA 33 - 55 at f/11 and 48mm ISO 800 1/20 in colour




Same shot converted in Silver efex




and another shot with the train conductor on her way to her train




and in Hyde Park while on my way to Euston to catch my train I combined several shots as the afternoon was coming to a close


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QuoteOriginally posted by CDW Quote
Snow fall doesn't last too long in SW Utah. We tend to have the AZ/CA Mojave type of climate as opposed to the 'real winter' that other parts of Utah experience. We had rain for two days combined with a snowstorm that blew through last evening. I went to nearby Snow Canyon State Park for sunrise. This 645D image from this morning, stitched from three vertical frames, manual focus 35mm @ F16. Processed in LR 3.0, stitched in CS4.
Gorgeous !


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QuoteOriginally posted by phonoline Quote
Lovely image!

How did you stitch it in CS4? Not that easy, I suppose
Thanks! It's actually pretty easy to stitch in CS4 although some of the Adobe nomenclature is counter-intuitive. I go to AUTOMATE, then PHOTOMERGE, then I select the image files and choose one of the projections offered, usually CYLINDRICAL or REPOSITION, and then I let CS4 do the rest. When the image is presented, and before flattening, I can see the actual stitch lines and determine whether or not there are objectionable errors. I do any final touch ups, dodging/burning, sharpening, etc., then save PSD, TIFF and JPG files.

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I've been very impressed with the nik software that I've used, so I got the color efex 4 and viveza2 plus their sgarpener and noise reducer tonight. Here is my first play with some of those. I'm pretty happy.

This is the shot before:




and this is after applying ND Grad preset in Color efex and adjusting contrast in Viveza 2




and after a minor adjustment:



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