Slag Glass @ 1x and 2x - Printing-Nikkor and Macro-Varon

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Sager
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Slag Glass @ 1x and 2x - Printing-Nikkor and Macro-Varon

Post by Sager »

Here are a few stacks of a large broken piece of blue glass that I have been experimenting with. Original images are 50MP and captured on a Phase One IQ150 / XF custom rig.

105mm PRINTING NIKKOR @ 1X (~600 images stacked)
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85mm MACRO-VARON @2X (~600 images stacked)
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Post by Beatsy »

Those are really striking, especially the first. Dam! Now I'll have to go and break some glass things too :)

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Post by Sager »

The IQ in the posting doesn't really do these justice... They are ~8K x 6K pixels (or 50MP) @ 16-bit in the native format... In 2017 i'll be making some big prints!

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Post by austrokiwi1 »

Sager wrote:The IQ in the posting doesn't really do these justice... They are ~8K x 6K pixels (or 50MP) @ 16-bit in the native format... In 2017 i'll be making some big prints!
Sometimes I would really like just to have a like button. I love medium format macro photos, and I like these two of yours... Really wish I could see a full sized print.
Still learning,
Cameras' Sony A7rII, OLympus OMD-EM10II
Macro lenses: Printing nikkor 105mm, Sony FE 90mm F2.8 Macro G, Schneider Kreuznach Makro Iris 50mm , 2.8, Schnieder Kreuznach APO Componon HM 40mm F2.8 , Mamiya 645 120mm F4 Macro ( used with mirex tilt shift adapter), Olympus 135mm 4.5 bellows lens, Oly 80mm bellows lens, Olympus 60mm F2.8

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Post by Pau »

Sager wrote:The IQ in the posting doesn't really do these justice... They are ~8K x 6K pixels (or 50MP) @ 16-bit in the native format...
Yo can upload it at a hosting site and post a link, it can be embedded in the image posted
Pau

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