13 Jul 2010 at 6:05pm
You may have seen a few of this scene in the last month, this is my take on it. Tom, Markie and Tony all got different results. Isn’t photography great like that. I love seeing everyones different interpretation.
Phase One, P65+, 80mm Schneider
16 May 2010 at 8:51pm
Took this photo with Mark Stothard, Tommy Putt and Tony Middleton. What it doesn’t show was the apparent temperature, -2.2. It was a wee bit chilly, i.e Tommy being all rugged up. I only had an army shirt with the sleeves cut off as I don’t think -2.2 is really that cold. Still the P65 gives off a bit of heat when she is going flat out. When I’m shooting I’m running on pure adrenalin, it is UN-BELIEVABLE !!!
The old ND filter came in handy for this pic. Kept telling the boys the dynamic range of this scene was going to kill them. They kept telling me they were going to kill me if I didn’t shut up. Still you can’t argue with 12 stops of dynamic range. Ah yep, yep, yep, anyone else want to kill me?
8 May 2010 at 7:50pm
Got some nice light tonight. Unfortunately Neal, Phil and Clint went to Mount Buffalo and we had to kick their arses……………. again!! Now this stitch from 3 Phase files is 80″ wide @ 240dpi. It is so sharp my eyes were bleeding just looking at it. I know I can’t match Tommy’s 9 images posted tonight in the same time, but you just wouldn’t blow one of his up and expect to see any detail sharp. Look good on the web though! HaHa, oh and if you see some photos of me on his blog, they were set up, he told me to look stupid. I’m so nice I did what he said not thinking he would use them to defame me!