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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    5X7 in Utah. This was one of my images in Guggenheim portfolio.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Linhof Technikardan S45, Scheider-Kreuznach Apo-Symmar L 5.6/150, Heliopan CPL, Lee 0.6H GND, Portra 400.

    A Wind on the Heath by atomstitcher, on Flickr
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Nice photo Gabe. It looks about a stop too dark.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Gabe View Post
    Linhof Technikardan S45, Scheider-Kreuznach Apo-Symmar L 5.6/150, Heliopan CPL, Lee 0.6H GND, Portra 400.

    A Wind on the Heath by atomstitcher, on Flickr
    Very lovely

    Where is it ?

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Klein View Post
    Nice photo Gabe. It looks about a stop too dark.
    Thanks Alan. I tend to favour a slightly darker rendering of images than most, but again I think that in staring at the image for hours I had lost perspective slightly. I sometimes fall foul of posting images immediately, when leaving and coming back to them with fresh eyes might benefit. A whole extra stop is too much IMO, but I have tweaked it up about a half stop again and replaced the original. I get the feeling that my method of inverting colour negs artificially depresses the mid-tones in order to avoid clipping, which then needs compensating for to varying degrees.

    Another possible factor is your monitor's output may be set too dark. This is the problem with digital presentation; everyone's screens are different.

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Aislabie View Post
    Very lovely

    Where is it ?

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    Thanks Martin. It's on Owler Tor in the Peak District.

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    Wonderful image Robert. I’ve always enjoyed your ‘shadowscapes’ and admired your exceptional capacity to see these projected forms and resulting compositions. Congratulations on your Guggenheim Fellowship.

    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Langham View Post
    5X7 in Utah. This was one of my images in Guggenheim portfolio.

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    Linhof Master TEchnika Classic
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    Bid'a Parc - Bidart, NOV. 2022
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Gabe View Post
    Thanks Alan. I tend to favour a slightly darker rendering of images than most, but again I think that in staring at the image for hours I had lost perspective slightly. I sometimes fall foul of posting images immediately, when leaving and coming back to them with fresh eyes might benefit. A whole extra stop is too much IMO, but I have tweaked it up about a half stop again and replaced the original. I get the feeling that my method of inverting colour negs artificially depresses the mid-tones in order to avoid clipping, which then needs compensating for to varying degrees.

    Another possible factor is your monitor's output may be set too dark. This is the problem with digital presentation; everyone's screens are different.



    Thanks Martin. It's on Owler Tor in the Peak District.
    Eye fatigue is a problem. We adapt to what we look at for too long. One check is to view the histogram. If you do that, you can readily see the right space is empty.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Klein View Post
    One check is to view the histogram. If you do that, you can readily see the right space is empty.
    I do routinely check the histograms when editing, but I also only treat them as a guide rather than gospel. Depending on the nature of the scene, the "correct" rendering can often produce histograms which are far from evenly weighted.

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