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11-05-2014, 10:25 AM   #6106
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Made from 4 individual 6x4.5 film scans.
Colton, I love your technique on these panos. I've been thinking of trying some and might have some good opportunities soon. Do you go by eye or pan a fixed angle?

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another P67II + 105mm, Fuji Pro 400H.

River crossing... (flickr:https://flic.kr/p/oZNGWT)

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QuoteOriginally posted by baro-nite Quote
Colton, I love your technique on these panos. I've been thinking of trying some and might have some good opportunities soon. Do you go by eye or pan a fixed angle?
Thanks It's a fun method of doing a panorama.
With this I just went by eye. I have a Rollei pano head for my Rolleiflex, but it wouldn't really work with the Pentax 645. It's not real difficult byey, you just need to set it up and run through each frame beforehand and get your frames set up right. If you do it right, you should have 5-10% overlap, and the the tricky part is cropping a getting the images to line up. You need to crop each image the same so that you don't change image magnification.
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nice, Colton!

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Ebor Falls, NSW.

Such a beautiful place to spend the day. I Captured this picture in some difficult late afternoon light. It was quite harsh/contrasty and hard to balance. I was hoping to stay down there until sunset but scaling back up the cliffs in the dark wasn't a good idea. I will be returning for sure to get the shot I had in mind.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Thomasbrowphoto Quote
Ebor Falls, NSW.

Such a beautiful place to spend the day. I Captured this picture in some difficult late afternoon light. It was quite harsh/contrasty and hard to balance. I was hoping to stay down there until sunset but scaling back up the cliffs in the dark wasn't a good idea. I will be returning for sure to get the shot I had in mind.
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Awesome,

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QuoteOriginally posted by unkipunki Quote
Thankyou. I love this camera. I like the 55mm. I love the 28-48 and getting to grips with the 90mm macro. But the biggest challenge is processing the files. Not the file size, but the response to my APSC learned PP skills. Getting there I think.
Im also in Love with the 645Z, still the only gripe I have is the flash/strobe shutter speed limitation, even my canon can go to 200. The 55mm has proven to be a winner, I used it for the majority of the images I took of a couple the other day. I hardly ever used my "Nifty 50" Canon lense. Go figure. Im not too keen on the 45-85mm yet. Although Ive seen some great images here with it, Maybe better for long landscape. Not giving up yet. Great photos, thanks for sharing

Update: Used the 45-85 on a photoshoot in a Studio setting finally, Used mostly on a Tripod, the Images were tack sharp. So for sure keeping this Lens. Wish It had SR, Image Stabilization though. Also used the 90mm, 55mm, the 150mm and the 25mm. All worked fantastically.

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Some from Dublin with 645Z, 28 - 45 and Lee Big Stopper and 0.9 GND





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The Gate

Across the street where I live.

645D and A120/4 Macro.
ISO 400, f/6.3, 1/5s, -0.7 Ev

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QuoteOriginally posted by zantaphia Quote
Across the street where I live.

645D and A120/4 Macro.
ISO 400, f/6.3, 1/5s, -0.7 Ev

so nice.
I'll put up one using the same rig, lol:

Beyond The Gate II

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This one is a six shot image aka, two three shot panos stacked. My lens wasn't wide enough. My USB ports were bleeding in post.

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This is six shots. Two three shot panos stacked. My USB ports were bleeding in post.
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