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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    Thinking a bit about Sally Mann's photographs from the "A Thousand Crossings" show that was here in Atlanta recently - specifically some of the very dark and mysterious images from her "Southern Landscapes" portfolio.

    Old Fort Bayou Scene - 12 Oaks Preserve in Ocean Springs, MS

    Signal Corps Speed Graphic 4x5, Rollei Heidosmat 150mm f/2.8, TMX, Pyrocat:

    I missed this exhibit (been away from Atlanta for quite a while down on the coast), but I like her landscape work. I have her Deep South book on my coffee table. Your photo does have that Sally Mann vibe. Good work

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Thanks! I was lucky to see it. The first time I went, the show had been shut down unexpectedly that morning, but I got a chance to go a few weeks later. Then the show was completely closed earlier than expected. I think they were having roof leaks or something.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by panoral View Post
    Iran, Panoral 45 camera, Schneider Super Angulon 90/5.6, Ilford FP4 9x12cm Sheet film


    Great job of keeping attention on the trees and snow and not letting highlights from the sky portions overcome this scene!

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by il96 View Post
    Beautiful buttery light, colors, and composition--leading line, reflection, full frame with clouds, near-far 3d effect, etc. Great job!

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    img20191230_16304462-Pano-Editfishing peir 2 by John tomasella, on Flickr

    From my latest video. FP4+ 150mm @ f45 with some front tilt.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    John,

    Hope you don't mind a constructive comment and, perhaps, you know this already... Use of front tilt in scenes like this is problematic because the upper area of verticals (trees in this case) are generally rendered soft no matter what lens aperture is used. For scenes like this, I keep everything at zero and use aperture, choice of lens, and/or camera position to maximize DOF. If I can't get everything in sharp focus, I'll ensure my primary subject is sharp and let everything else fall where it may. Of course, this is just me and you're certainly free to shoot as you see fit.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Roberts View Post
    Great job of keeping attention on the trees and snow and not letting highlights from the sky portions overcome this scene!
    Thank you so much, Michael.

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    A pair of images of the same subject, taken months apart, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.

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    Which do you prefer?

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Thank you Michael! Yappy new year!

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Alan9940 View Post
    John,

    Hope you don't mind a constructive comment and, perhaps, you know this already... Use of front tilt in scenes like this is problematic because the upper area of verticals (trees in this case) are generally rendered soft no matter what lens aperture is used. For scenes like this, I keep everything at zero and use aperture, choice of lens, and/or camera position to maximize DOF. If I can't get everything in sharp focus, I'll ensure my primary subject is sharp and let everything else fall where it may. Of course, this is just me and you're certainly free to shoot as you see fit.
    I welcome it all. I'm still prety new to large format and I am still learning. Thank you for some more knowledge.

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