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DOSCH 3D: Architectural Details V2

DOSCH 3D: Architectural Details V2

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Campus Barbershop, 2 of 4

Campus Barbershop, 2 of 4

The goal of this series of photographs was to acquaint myself with how the line scan time and ISO would influence the final image. I didn't record an f/ for any of these four pictures because the recessed lens board made trying to read the f/ impossible. I remedied this situation in subsequent shots with this lens by carrying a small mirror with me to read the f/.

Image one was shot at 1/50s line scan at ISO 204. Image two was shot at 1/80s line scan and ISO 436. Image three was shot at 1/80s line scan and ISO 615. Image four was shot at 1/120s line scan and ISO 330.

Shooting the store front in the later afternoon sun poses some challenges that I am still trying to resolve. First, the parking space in front of the store where I needed to be set up was taken (note the shadow of the vehicle in the foreground). Second, even if I were set up in this location, I and my equipment would be casting a long shadow through the image. Third, there's the matter of my reflection and the equipment's reflection in the glass front door.

I made one serious error in workflow in taking these three pictures that I was not aware of until I set up for my next series of shots. Although it's not apparent in these images, I left the Scan From toggle in the View Finder software set to Top instead of setting it to Left, which was the actual direction the scan back insert was scanning from in all four pictures. I've not made that same mistake since.

I am going to revisit both the exterior of the Campus Barbershop and the interior of it in future Better Light shoots. I'm not happy with the composition of this shot in terms of the front of the shop and especially the awning. I do like the sidewalk's elongation from the foreground into the distance.

Re-sized in Adobe Photoshop CS5 to fit 1028x764 format for uploading to Flickr. Converted from native .TIF format to .JPG format.

The Striped Awning

The Striped Awning

The key here is reduction in luminescence noise in Capture One.

I am suprised at Capture One. I have not seen Raw Conversion that can work so fast in processing one image after another, when it is not batch processing. One image can be halfway in processing when I punch the process tab and it starts processing the second immediately.

I have never seen anything like this software. The Pro version is something I would get before CS 4 extended. If its a monetary thing, I would go for Capture One Pro. Its used for professional modeling shoots.

Capture One is a must for a 17 inch screen laptop. Very efficeint.

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