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    Re: post your trees!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathieu Bauwens View Post
    mer-de-sable by Mathieu Bauwens, sur Flickr

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    Hi!
    I love this !Great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Ruttenberg View Post
    Here is my final image of my Westfork Fall Color image. Well, I might do 1 small thing, but I need to stare at it or should I say, not stare at it for a while.

    [IMG]20181027_0129_Working_20181101 by Steven Ruttenberg, on Flickr[/IMG]
    Hello!

    I love the details of this image! Amazing.
    Why do you think that you may need a center filter?
    About the edition. I export my images to jpeg from adobe rgb. I think that they don't saturate so much ... But I cannot explain why not ...

    Thank you!
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    Hi!


    rascafrķa by Antonio Gimeno, on Flickr

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    Chamonix F1 : Nikkor-SW 65/4
    Rollei Retro 100: HC-110 (1+37) 7'30"
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    Saludos!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gimenosaiz View Post
    Hello!

    I love the details of this image! Amazing.
    Why do you think that you may need a center filter?
    About the edition. I export my images to jpeg from adobe rgb. I think that they don't saturate so much ... But I cannot explain why not ...

    Thank you!
    Cheers
    Antonio
    I had to do some work to even out the exposure. Even at f/32 it is obvious the center is about 1.5 to 2 stops brighter than the rest of the photo. A center spot would mean less manipulation in PS or light room. I can 't explain it either, the reds in the trees got more saturated than I had adjusted. Hmmm, guess it is a fact we have to live with. I could soft proof I suppose before exporting to jpg from adobe rgb and see if that helps.

    Thank you for the compliments! I am now tossed by which version looks better, the one that is technically color corrected or this one that has the slight colorcast. It was the colorcast that drew me to this version when I was converting it over. Hmmm, guess it will come down to which one moves me more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gimenosaiz View Post
    Hi!


    rascafrķa by Antonio Gimeno, on Flickr

    Junto al Monasterio del Paular
    Chamonix F1 : Nikkor-SW 65/4
    Rollei Retro 100: HC-110 (1+37) 7'30"
    Epson V800

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    Very nice! Did you wet scan? Adjust the focus, use the Epson film holder or a Betterscanning holder? Just curious is all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Ruttenberg View Post
    I had to do some work to even out the exposure. Even at f/32 it is obvious the center is about 1.5 to 2 stops brighter than the rest of the photo. A center spot would mean less manipulation in PS or light room. I can 't explain it either, the reds in the trees got more saturated than I had adjusted. Hmmm, guess it is a fact we have to live with. I could soft proof I suppose before exporting to jpg from adobe rgb and see if that helps.

    Thank you for the compliments! I am now tossed by which version looks better, the one that is technically color corrected or this one that has the slight colorcast. It was the colorcast that drew me to this version when I was converting it over. Hmmm, guess it will come down to which one moves me more.
    Hello!!
    I asked you about the center filter because I haven't noticed any falloff with my Nikkor 65 ... Perhaps I'm not aware of it ... so, hehe, I'm happy !
    About the versions ... I prefer something in between those you uploaded:-) I think that if you just add a little of contrast and blacks it should be nice ... just my opinion ;-)

    Thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Ruttenberg View Post
    Very nice! Did you wet scan? Adjust the focus, use the Epson film holder or a Betterscanning holder? Just curious is all.
    Hello!!
    Thank you :-)

    No, no wet scan. I use the original (and horrible) Epson holders ... No focus adjustment.

    Regards!
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    Hello!

    A couple from the same day and place.


    rascafrķa by Antonio Gimeno, on Flickr

    Chamonix F1 : Nikkor-M 300/9
    Fuji Pro 160NS : Kit Tetenal
    Epson V800


    rascafrķa by Antonio Gimeno, on Flickr

    Chamonix F1 : Nikkor-M 300/9
    Rollei Retro 100: HC-110 (1+37) 7'30"
    Epson V800

    Regards!
    Antonio

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    Not sure how to post my pix larger? At any rate...here are some Joshua trees from - you guessed it - Joshua Tree NP!
    Layton L-45A, 90mm 6.8 Grandagon-N, FP-4, PMK

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