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Jun 05, 2016 00:47 as a reply to  @ post 18029465 |  #18631

I'm embarrassed, never thought to put the two together.


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Jun 05, 2016 01:31 |  #18632

Castello di Amorosa at Calistoga, Napa Valley


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Jun 05, 2016 01:53 |  #18633

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Castello di Amorosa at Calistoga, Napa Valley

^Very cool interior!

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Jun 05, 2016 05:28 |  #18634

David Arbogast wrote in post #18029566 (external link)
^Very cool interior!

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Wow


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Jun 05, 2016 06:54 |  #18635

David Arbogast wrote in post #18029566 (external link)
^Very cool interior!

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Wow indeed. Spectacular shot David! Love the symmetry and post processing. Was it tough to correct key stoning? Where are the people?




  
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Jun 05, 2016 08:53 |  #18636

xpfloyd wrote in post #18029643 (external link)
Wow

Thanks! :)

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Wow indeed. Spectacular shot David! Love the symmetry and post processing. Was it tough to correct key stoning? Where are the people?

Thank you!

No keystone-correction needed as I had the camera perfectly level in the field. However, I did crop off the bottom to 16:9 ratio.

People? :) There weren't that many people there at that hour, so I just kept shooting at different intervals until I had enough data to layer up the captures in PS and simply mask each person away. The couple on the bench stayed put, so I the used capture with their best pose.

Forgot to mention on the PP: this one was a 5-bracket hdr merge in LR, so no luminosity-mask blending on this one.


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Jun 05, 2016 09:25 |  #18637

David Arbogast wrote in post #18029566 (external link)
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Holy crap again! Wow


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Jun 05, 2016 09:28 |  #18638

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Holy crap again! Wow

Thanks, really appreciate it! :)


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Jun 05, 2016 09:53 as a reply to  @ David Arbogast's post |  #18639

great perspective! You must have been flat on the floor!


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Jun 05, 2016 10:07 |  #18640

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great perspective! You must have been flat on the floor!

Thanks! A while back I was frequently admiring another KC photographer's work and it really hit me: it was their really low camera angles that often created the more interesting "wow" composition. It's hard to get real low with a full-size tripod; even when the legs can splay out completely. So, I came to the realization and appreciation for needing a table-top tripod. It definitely makes framing low shots so much more fun and easy. :)

Also, it must be noted that I probably wouldn't even try these low shots if it were for the a7's flip-out screen. It's hard enough kneeling on the ground; would absolutely hate having to lay all the way down to see the screen!


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Jun 05, 2016 10:30 |  #18641

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Thanks! A while back I was frequently admiring another KC photographer's work and it really hit me: it was their really low camera angles that often created the more interesting "wow" composition. It's hard to get real low with a full-size tripod; even when the legs can splay out completely. So, I came to the realization and appreciation for the need of a table-top tripod. It definitely makes framing low shots so much more fun and easy. :)

Also, it must be noted that I probably wouldn't even try these low shots if it were for the a7's flip-out screen. It's hard enough kneeling on the ground; would absolutely hate having to lay all the way down to see the screen!

good that you caught that, I'm a big fan of low angles myself for the reflection factor, just hard finding a scene to make it work  :p


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Jun 05, 2016 10:51 |  #18642

David Arbogast wrote in post #18029790 (external link)
Thanks! A while back I was frequently admiring another KC photographer's work and it really hit me: it was their really low camera angles that often created the more interesting "wow" composition. It's hard to get real low with a full-size tripod; even when the legs can splay out completely. So, I came to the realization and appreciation for needing a table-top tripod. It definitely makes framing low shots so much more fun and easy. :)

Also, it must be noted that I probably wouldn't even try these low shots if it were for the a7's flip-out screen. It's hard enough kneeling on the ground; would absolutely hate having to lay all the way down to see the screen!

Used to do that, lay down right in the middle of foot traffic, wait for a break and snap. Oh, the knees don't like that at all now.
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Jun 05, 2016 11:15 |  #18643

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My wife said to pack light....I don't know the meaning.

Stuffed into the bag: a7rII, rx1RII, Batis 25, Loxia 21, 85GM, FE 24-70 F4, Nissin i40. Mefoto tripod hooked to back of the bag. Lots of batteries.

Carlo, is this for Disney? I like that bag. I still own the Retro 10. Looks like a very nice kit for your trip.




  
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Jun 05, 2016 11:17 |  #18644

Carlo, what Retro is that? I use the Retro 5 for my mirrorless kit (amongst others)


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Jun 05, 2016 11:28 |  #18645

David A, do I need just the clamp and BH-25? Anything else to complete the kit? I was looking at the BH-30 too but it may be a tad too big.




  
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