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May 05, 2013 19:02 as a reply to  @ post 15894955 |  #2626

One from yesterday, a brief respite from the torrential rain.

Used a Big Stopper and 2 stop soft grad, 3 shifted shots

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May 05, 2013 19:55 |  #2627

That's a very cool shot, Jayrou. Where is that awesome place?


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May 06, 2013 01:36 |  #2628

*Jayrou wrote in post #15900921 (external link)
One from yesterday, a brief respite from the torrential rain.

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Sorry to hear the weather isn't playing ball. But this one is excellent - and manages to stand on its own among the others I've seen of this place.


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May 06, 2013 03:45 |  #2629

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That's a very cool shot, Jayrou. Where is that awesome place?

Thanks Mark , its Skogafoss in South Iceland, one of the most photographed due to its ease of access and lucky only get one person in the shot as its a well visited spot, second time here in Iceland, but a week isn't enough, I must come back on my own or at least with another photographer, drove 700 miles in 3 days in not even scratched the surface.

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Sorry to hear the weather isn't playing ball. But this one is excellent - and manages to stand on its own among the others I've seen of this place.

Thanks Ken , Weather been bad for 3 day but we got clear skies today..:D , yeah its well photographed this place eh?, I couldn't get close to Seljalandsfoss last year due to heavy snow, the road was totally inaccessible if you wasnt in a superjeep, so drove to that and as Skoga was only 10 minutes away it would have been rude not to pay a visit too.:)


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May 06, 2013 07:45 |  #2630

Need to get to Iceland one day. And you're right, it needs to be with another photographer or alone. Wifey's not big on standing around while I get my perfect shot.

I like the presence of the one person in your image. It lends a sense of solitude as well as scale.


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May 06, 2013 12:49 |  #2631

Here's the first shot I took with my TS-E 24, very happy with the sharpness of the photos this thing takes. It'll take me a while to get used to everything but I spend a couple hours with it yesterday and got a good feel for what it can do. The pano's the shift function can make is really nice but it can be a bit overwhelming at first.

Quick question, I did notice some vignetting when shifting all the way to one side (either left or right). I had been using Lee filters which I guess could be the cause, what's the best way to get around this?

When you guys do a shift pano, how many degrees do you shift between pictures? Is it best to go all the way to one side, center, and all the way to the other or more photos with smaller increments between them.

I'll post some more shots from yesterday soon, there was a really nice sunset in SF.

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May 06, 2013 13:35 |  #2632

Arob, there is vignetting with this lens at maximum shift. Saying fthat though I still do maximum shift in each direction and centre when taking 3 shots for a pano


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May 06, 2013 13:55 |  #2633

Beautiful shots everyone. How long does it take to set up the lens? Say once on the tripod, how long do you folks find it takes to get the right amount of shift/tilt?


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May 06, 2013 14:35 |  #2634

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Arob, there is vignetting with this lens at maximum shift. Saying fthat though I still do maximum shift in each direction and centre when taking 3 shots for a pano

Thanks!


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May 06, 2013 18:06 |  #2635

Nice Ken. Loving that sky man.

No photo today. A good story though. Shooting seascapes a few days ago and got taken out by a wave. Fried the motherboard in my lens. It's toast. Luckily found a place around camp to have another one sent to and it should be here in 2 days.

The nut kicker is that my insurance company is playing hardball and want me to send it out to a service center and have an estimate written up. They can't really seem to comprehend me traveling and not being in one place for more than a week. After a good 30 minutes of arguing they said they would accept an email from a technician giving a statement that it is infact dead pnce the board is fried. Been on the phone for hours calling shops and finally might have a chance. Crossing my fingers :)

Ill post the photo that killed the lens in a few days.

If any of you are certified techs, shoot me an email :)

Thanks for letting me vent.


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May 06, 2013 19:10 |  #2636

M_Six wrote in post #15902326 (external link)
Need to get to Iceland one day. And you're right, it needs to be with another photographer or alone. Wifey's not big on standing around while I get my perfect shot.

I like the presence of the one person in your image. It lends a sense of solitude as well as scale.

Thanks and exactly Mark, The missus just sits in the car which put pressure on you, Well it did, but she can sit all she wants now, Get a mate or go on your own...;)

This is Seljalandsfoss,from the river Seljalandsá and drops 60 metres , its about 10 minutes away from Skoga, another Cliche long exposure slash waterfall..:o, The landscape is all flat yellow grass at the moment, it hasn't had time to recover from winter, unfortunately a few blurry people in it, but at least those posing stayed sharp..ish

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May 06, 2013 19:51 |  #2637

Another nice one, Jayrou. Not into Photoshopping those people out of the pic?

My best friend's a photographer, too. Nikon, but I don't hold that against him.;) Maybe I could talk him into a trip to Iceland.

Jordan, sorry to hear about the lens. Getting your incredible shots comes with risk, I guess. Happy to hear you have insurance.


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May 06, 2013 20:56 |  #2638

Really cool shots Jayrou! Nicely composed. Is the second one also with the Big Stopper?

Sorry to hear your lens is fried Jordan. Hope you get it all straightened out. :)


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May 07, 2013 03:24 |  #2639

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Another nice one, Jayrou. Not into Photoshopping those people out of the pic?

My best friend's a photographer, too. Nikon, but I don't hold that against him.;) Maybe I could talk him into a trip to Iceland.

Jordan, sorry to hear about the lens. Getting your incredible shots comes with risk, I guess. Happy to hear you have insurance.

Thanks Mark , I don't have the tools with me here I brought a basic set up mainly for storage, but I'll replace it when I get home.

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Really cool shots Jayrou! Nicely composed. Is the second one also with the Big Stopper?

Sorry to hear your lens is fried Jordan. Hope you get it all straightened out. :)

Thank you David , yes, the Big Stopper was used with this too.:)


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May 07, 2013 18:52 as a reply to  @ *Jayrou's post |  #2640

Here's a couple more when I was testing out my shift function. I'm really amazed by how fast photoshop merges photos from this lens together, it makes pano's so easy!
I was going to try to combine these two but the waves were super strong and the tide was coming in, didn't want to ruin my lens my 1st day with it!

I used a 3 stop ND, Lee 4x4 CPL, and Reverse GND with these shots. The top shot was an HDR, I'm happily surprised with the outcome of shift HDR's!

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