Monthly Archives: October 2007

my kind of pumpkin

Yesterday’s photo sucked. I’m sorry. Here’s a cookie to make up for it. It’s Pumpkin Chocolate Chip and it is so delicious. Happy Halloween Everyone!

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  • susan11/01/2007 - 6:13 am

    I liked yesterdays photo – it was very moody. This one is scrumptious!ReplyCancel

  • Robin11/01/2007 - 10:31 am

    I don't like anything pumpkin but you sure made this look good.ReplyCancel

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    zen garden

    I like how this black & white came out. When I shot it, I exposed for the rocks in the garden. The rest of the scene was very dark and muddy. So, by using the hue/saturation adjustments in ACR, I was able to pull out extra detail in the different colored leaves. The Japanese maple...

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      gong show

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        fox tower vertigo

        I don’t mind heights, it’s the edge that gives me chills. This was shot from the roof of the Portland Hilton. That big building there is the Fox Tower. It’s massively big for Portland.

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        • Jonathan Greenwald10/27/2007 - 9:07 am

          I feel the same way about heights. I can deal with them, but looking over edges gives the me chills.

          I love the toning here and really enjoy how the reflections on the building are dissected by the horizon. Nice touch.ReplyCancel

        scrubby bastard

        I think this is a scrub jay. They have got to be one of the most annoying birds… ever! These guys have the worst cackle and they ate all our hazelnuts this year. The cats in the neighborhood don’t do much for “prevention” either. I’ve seen one of these birds actually scold our neighbor’s cat....

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          Canon 5D vs. Hasselblad H3Dii

          UPDATED: So, as Johnny Danger pointed out in the comments below, I didn’t upsample the 5D to match the native resolution of H3Dii in the original test article. I have added two new slides to illustrate this and it really shows how much better the H3Dii is compared to the Canon 5D. I’m still amazed...

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          • ivan02/05/2014 - 11:46 am

            hi there

            i am currently thinking of buying a hd3ii 50 and i currently use a 5D mkiii so your post here is quite good as you made the same transition.

            the mkiii is disappointing because the file size is the same as the mkii. like you, i want bigger files with a high end quality and i think the 5d mkiii struggles to do that.

            so you would recommend the crossover to hasselblad ?

            i do not doubt it is a lot better, but unlike you the cost does bother me a bit, but i am swaying to the change anyway as quality is my priority.

            would you go as far as to say it is infinitely better?

            i too will keep my canon because the 3d will be too much for some things, but i will use it for editorial portraits to retain the colour.

            btw, your photos arent present here…so only the words to go by

            any of your thoughts on this matter, on an informal level, will be appreciated,.

            look forward to hearing from you!

            regards

            IvanReplyCancel

            • Lincoln Barbour02/06/2014 - 10:12 am

              Hey Ivan,

              I made this post a long time ago, so a lots changed since then. Ultimately, it really depends on the needs of your clients or creativity.

              Most of my clients use the images I shoot for web or print advertising. 90% of the time, the resolution of the Mark II or III is plenty.

              Every so often, a need comes up for crazy resolution and I’ll rent a PhaseOne or Hassy to
              do it.

              My go to camera is the Canon 5D Mark III and I use the 17mm TS-E, 24mm TS-E, 24-70mm L, 100mm L Macro, and occasionally the 70-200mm. The body and all those lenses costs as much or less than the one Phase or Hassy camera.ReplyCancel

          i-5 overpass over water

          ATTENTION: Canon 5D vs. Hasselblad H3Dii Test article has been moved. Please click here. Okay, today I will definitely probably post the HD3ii vs 5D review. I had too much catch up yesterday. Anyway, I almost threw this shot away. It was in an outtake pile from a shoot last week with Seattle Magazine. The...

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            hello tazo

            Outtake from last week’s shoot. Tazo makes their tea just around the corner from our studio. Whenever they do their packaging, there’s intense fruity musky smell wafting in the air. It’s really quite a pleasant change from the general funk that permeates the central eastside. Yes, another HD3ii shot. I’m putting together a side by...

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