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02-20-2011, 09:40 AM   #1291
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Alsatian Chalet

Diana
Another fine BW portrait. I see you're having some fun with it. I just picked up some new strobe gear. Two new soft boxes and radio control of my strobes. I can now adjust each strobe with a master control. I want to try this Portra 400 with strobes and people to see how the skin looks. It looks fine grain enough but no volunteers.

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A Crop With Same Export Settings As The Image


I saw the picture and instantly wanted to see a crop... Then I scrolled down and there it was. Thanks for that! I tried to do some quick math to figure it out, but is that roughly 1200SPI on the crop? Seems very fine grained!
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I saw the picture and instantly wanted to see a crop... Then I scrolled down and there it was. Thanks for that! I tried to do some quick math to figure it out, but is that roughly 1200SPI on the crop? Seems very fine grained!
In Lightroom I just cropped the imported image to the size you see. The imaged was scanned at 4000DPI with a size reduction of 2 (averaging 2000DPI and 4000DPI). The scanning software says DPI but I suppose it really is SPI?
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The new one

My first post on this forum..

This is taken whit my new Pentax 645 w. 75mm f/2.8

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Diana

645N • 150mm • Rollei Retro 100 Tonal in R09 1+40 13min @ 20C

Nice play of light, I wish i could do that for portrait.

Cheers,

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One last shot from my medieval outing in Catalunya.

Pentax 645 45mm/2.8 Across 100 Divided Pyrocat HD



Cheers,

Luc

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Saturday - Minolta Autocord Kodak Plus-X
It was sunny and freezing cold but a a nice time for beachcombers


















A few were taken using a Rolleinar 1 for close focus.


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Thank you Luc and Tuco ! Sorry for the volunteers, they are all in Luxembourg Very nice that night shot !

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Hartmannswiller cemetery • Alsace • France

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645D Testing using the 55-100mm zoom.

The color image is an exposure blend and the B&W is a test shot for resolution and detail.

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Thank you Luc and Tuco ! Sorry for the volunteers, they are all in Luxembourg Very nice that night shot !

Diana

645N 150mm Rollei Retro 100 Tonal in R09 One Shot 1+40 13min @ 20C

Hartmannswiller cemetery Alsace France

645N 75mm Rollei R3 400 iso in R09 One Shot 1+40 25min @ 20C

I think that she really likes to be on the forum

Nice shots on both counts if for different reasons.
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One last shot from my medieval outing in Catalunya.

Pentax 645 45mm/2.8 Across 100 Divided Pyrocat HD

Cheers,

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That's pretty interesting. Talk about living on the edge.
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In Lightroom I just cropped the imported image to the size you see. The imaged was scanned at 4000DPI with a size reduction of 2 (averaging 2000DPI and 4000DPI). The scanning software says DPI but I suppose it really is SPI?
Yeah, the second crop I thought looked like 2000. I was just interested in figuring out how small the grain is.

SPI, DPI, PPI all seem to be used interchangeably. I like to use Samples Per Inch for scanning, Pixels Per Inch(300, 360, etc.) for for digital files being sent to print and Dots Per Inch for printing/printers (1440, 2880, etc.). Doesn't really make much difference, it's just a habit.
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My first post on this forum..

This is taken whit my new Pentax 645 w. 75mm f/2.8
Welcome to the forum!

QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
One last shot from my medieval outing in Catalunya.

Pentax 645 45mm/2.8 Across 100 Divided Pyrocat HD
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Cheers,

Luc
That's crazy. I assume the houses have no need for a back door! I envy your travels. I hope to get a chance to visit these places someday too.

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Saturday - Minolta Autocord Kodak Plus-X
It was sunny and freezing cold but a a nice time for beachcombers


A few were taken using a Rolleinar 1 for close focus.


Cheers,

luc
Great shots with a great camera. I'm seriously wanting those Rolleinars, but they're so expensive in bay III.
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Ibenac, I've enjoyed seeing your interesting shots of the medieval Besal; thanks!
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Thank you, Vertex Ninja
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