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01-26-2014, 04:04 PM   #4861
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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
this morning in Sausalito

6 vertical frames, stitched with PS

The Cove

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Thats a fine stitch Mike.
Water looks so smooth and seamless.
Had you not mentioned that it's a stitch I would not have guessed it.
Very nice !

01-26-2014, 05:02 PM   #4862
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One from Castlerigg stone Circle, just outside Keswick in the Lake District

Pentax 645D DA 25 f/4 converted in silver efex


01-27-2014, 11:21 AM   #4863
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superb job at Cannon Beach, tuco!
01-27-2014, 12:12 PM   #4864
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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
superb job at Cannon Beach, tuco!
Thanks, Mike. A 6 stitch of 16MP files would take some crunching on my box. I can't imagine yours. I take it you have plans for a wall mural or something with it?

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
X-Post in BW thread. Another of the same of Cannon Beach but with a human element added.



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Superb dynamic range... very impressive.
01-27-2014, 12:28 PM   #4866
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Thanks, Mike. A 6 stitch of 16MP files would take some crunching on my box. I can't imagine yours. I take it you have plans for a wall mural or something with it?
I do regularly make large wall prints for myself and clients, but in this case, I didn't have a wide enough lens. the 25mm could not quite cut it so I did a pano out of utility. My computer chokes on these files, so I try to set it and then go away and do something else while it is processing.
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01-27-2014, 04:14 PM   #4868
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Nice, from the East River ferry?

Phil.

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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
Nice, from the East River ferry?

Phil.
No, this is from Brooklyn Bridge Park. As always ;-)
01-27-2014, 06:35 PM   #4870
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QuoteOriginally posted by tackyat.2 Quote
Superb dynamic range... very impressive.
Thanks.
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A few from the lakes at Derwentwater:

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01-29-2014, 12:55 AM   #4872
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A few from the lakes at Derwentwater:
I like the last one best, the crop focuses on the most interesting part of the scene without leaving the composition too tight.
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My wife and I visited the city of Ofunato in Iwate Prefecture over New Years. I got up early on the 31st and found a high spot overlooking the bay to shoot the sunset. The photos aren't anything remarkable but the tragic story of the March 11, 2011 tsunami is far from over in this part of the country. The harbors and inlets pictured here are part of the Hirota Peninsula which was ravaged by the water that day. All the harbors were completely destroyed, entire fleets of fishing vessels lost and all the the aquaculture that fills these bays was washed away. The entire economic infrastructure was demolished. And the human toll was in the thousands, just in the areas I could see from this lookout. Help was especially slow to come to this area because at the base of the peninsula is a large area of flat farm land that lies barely above sea level. It was entirely flooded, essentially cutting the whole peninsula off from the mainland. We've had the privilege of being involved in the relief efforts ever since and continue to make trips up there every 2-3 months.

While the ocean has been a source of unspeakable tragedy for this area, it is also the source of almost everyone's livelihood and also a source of incredibly beautiful landscapes. While some areas have been rebuilt there are still entire towns and cities that haven't. The debris has been cleaned up and in some areas you just see acres and acres of empty land, with no hint of what happened other than the concrete foundations that still lie their, washed clean of everything they help up. But when ever I get the chance I like to take photos that focus on the hope, the new life that is emerging and the natural beauty of the area. Thanks for letting me ramble a bit.

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My first 645N shots.




My Bronica GS-1 6x7 was sadly stolen while travelling in Indonesia. I had some problems with focusing it though, as the DOF with tele-lenses is just too small, and decided my next camera would have autofocus. Just got my Pentax 645N, which compared to the alternatives seemed an absolute bargain. This is Portra 160 scanned at 4000 dpi on a Microtek Artixscan 120tf. Quality is fantastic, but then this is medium format, after all!
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