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03-28-2016, 01:20 AM   #8671
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QuoteOriginally posted by thomasfallon Quote
645z with 120 A Macro and texture overlays
Excellent result!...very atmospheric...did you create the textures yourself ?

03-28-2016, 01:29 AM   #8672
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Beautiful. I'll have another grandchild soon so maybe they will let me take the tyke on photo outings. You're on to something here.
Heh! Well, it has its pros and cons. Certainly harder to get the shot right and many places are out of bounds (anywhere that isn't safe). But it does mean I am allowed to go when otherwise (with two small ones) it just would not be feasible or fair at home!

The dynamics of grandparenthood are different, I assume. But I recommend such trips for sure :-)

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My first ever go at a panoramic at twilight. Had to work quickly with lots of tourists around me (though attendance is limited to 400 on any one night to prevent over crowding) as light changes very quickly. Naturally they all want to shoot the banqueting hall because of its reflections. Had to smile as person after person shooting with a mobile phone used their flashes...fat lot of good it did them!

Pentax 645Z FA 45 - 85 at 45mm, 7 shots in portrait orientation, 20 seconds, 1024px wide here, but 5000px available on flickr


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03-28-2016, 06:57 AM   #8674
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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
My first ever go at a panoramic at twilight. Had to work quickly with lots of tourists around me (though attendance is limited to 400 on any one night to prevent over crowding) as light changes very quickly. Naturally they all want to shoot the banqueting hall because of its reflections. Had to smile as person after person shooting with a mobile phone used their flashes...fat lot of good it did them!

Pentax 645Z FA 45 - 85 at 45mm, 7 shots in portrait orientation, 6 seconds, 1024px wide here, but 5000px available on flickr

Wow, so nice. Especially with those challenges!

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Actually each shot was 20 seconds long. Got the exposure mixed up with a pano that I took earlier...

4 shots taken at landscape orientation 6 seconds f/16 with D-FA 35

03-28-2016, 10:20 AM   #8676
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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
Sejeong statue, Seoul

Z DFA35

Really like those first 2.
03-28-2016, 10:33 AM   #8677
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Really like those first 2.
Thank you - one more before I go to bed...

Z and 45 - 85, 3 shots portrait at 45mm

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Saw this composition in Tom Till's gallery in Moab and drove straight out the next morning.


The Organ, Arches National Park by Rick Knepper

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Saw this composition in Tom Till's gallery in Moab and drove straight out the next morning
Points for not 'shopping it to death like TT ...

http://www.tomtillphotography.com/images/galleries/best-sellers-paper/courthouse-towers.jpg
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Another from yesterday with the 45 - 85 and the Z

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Yashica Mat 124G and Portra 400


Yashica Mat 124G Portra 400 2015 009a
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03-29-2016, 09:25 AM   #8683
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Man, I couldn't do $&!# with my Yashicamat. Impressive.

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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
Another from yesterday with the 45 - 85 and the Z

I really like all of these architectural shots from Korea of yours. Really pretty cool.
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Man, I couldn't do $&!# with my Yashicamat. Impressive.

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I really like all of these architectural shots from Korea of yours. Really pretty cool.
Thanks. I didn't think I'd get to go. The people I work with here, said that I'd be able to do it when I'm back in May, but the light isn't the same in late spring/early summer, and also the sun sets so much later then, and I never really know what will come up in the mean time...Luckily we had a late lunch/early dinner and I became free in time to get in the queue. I suspect that summer will be even busier and harder to get tickets. Will probably still try and do it then, but as the old proverb says, one in the hand...
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itshimitis, very nice work on those night panos!

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here's an evening shot of our local historic house - it belonged to the first doctor in California, John Marsh.
Marsh House & Creek
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