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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Wed Aug 28, 2013 7:10 pm

I still love the detail that the Fuji sensor provides. Sure wish Canon would move away from the Bayer pattern; I'll raise a beer for them if they actually push out the rumored 25MP full-frame FoveonX3-style sensor they've been working on.

Anything to get rid of that nasty AA filter.

But in other news, I have been using the hell out of my 6D- just not on things that I can share publicly :).

Also, I got a real case of Pentax-envy today. The K5-II(s) is a very impressive APS-C body, only really lacking a superb AF system (something like a cross between the 7D's motion tracking and the 6D's low-light focusing ability would be great). That is of course until I really researched their lenses- they have an amazing selection of beautiful, well-built pancake-style lenses along with inexpensive weather-sealed zooms and a really cool 2.8/50-135 portrait zoom, but seriously, they need to work on their glass. There'd be no sense in upgrading from the 16MP Exmor sensor to the 24MP Exmor (as Nikon did with the D7000 -> D7100) if they don't get some significantly sharper glass out there!

At least Fuji got that part right :).
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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 9:49 pm

So I've finally been using the new camera for what, ostensibly, I bought it for. I haven't had much time for "fun and artsy" photo stuff, but even at high school football games I occasionally get an interesting shot or two.

I was waiting on the squad to do their half time performance. All their poms were lined up and waiting...
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One of the benifits is that I get field access priveledges so I get different angles for game shots.
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This is about a 50% crop of the original. At 1:1, it is a bit noisy and fuzzy due to the higher ISO and being at the far end of the lense zoom where the 20-200 is a bit soft.
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This one is also about a 50% crop. In general, the 20-200 doesn't do too bad a job, especially at 1/3rd the price of the 70-200 f/2.8.
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And she is the reason I'm out taking pictures in 100+ deg Texas sun....
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I could not have planned the lighting in this shot better and it was just a chance shot...
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Alright, enough cheerleading and football. :D

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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Sun Sep 08, 2013 6:32 pm

Here's a small collection of mine shot with 2 7D's: Canon and older Konica Minolta Maxxum

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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Sun Sep 15, 2013 1:02 pm

I like the container ship shots. You have some good ones there.

To toss a small rock in the pond this is a great site for some amazing photographs:

http://creativesyria.com/
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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Mon Sep 23, 2013 11:18 am

SecretSquirrel wrote:So I've finally been using the new camera for what, ostensibly, I bought it for. I haven't had much time for "fun and artsy" photo stuff, but even at high school football games I occasionally get an interesting shot or two.


Excellent shots. Its too bad there isn't a good 70-200, 70-300 option. Even a slow lens at this range will be able to give you a bit more sharpness not as stopped down. Actually, if you could swing the Tamron 70-300USD, I think it would be an awesome option.
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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Mon Sep 23, 2013 11:19 am

2x4 wrote:Here's a small collection of mine shot with 2 7D's: Canon and older Konica Minolta Maxxum


Would love to know which is which. Some excellent shots. Also would love to know which lenses you used.
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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Mon Sep 23, 2013 11:30 am

After post-processing and reduction to postage-stamp resolutions for forum use, it's pretty hard to tell DSLRs apart- and in bright conditions, the 7D's files do lend themselves well to rigorous post processing. Now, as for the 7D's performance when pushed into lower light... I'll keep my 6D, thanks :)
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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Mon Sep 23, 2013 1:22 pm

TheEmrys wrote:
SecretSquirrel wrote:So I've finally been using the new camera for what, ostensibly, I bought it for. I haven't had much time for "fun and artsy" photo stuff, but even at high school football games I occasionally get an interesting shot or two.


Excellent shots. Its too bad there isn't a good 70-200, 70-300 option. Even a slow lens at this range will be able to give you a bit more sharpness not as stopped down. Actually, if you could swing the Tamron 70-300USD, I think it would be an awesome option.


There is a great 70-200 option, it's just $2500. The the two football shots are stopped down because I had been taking pictures of the girls in deep shadow and had the ISO raised up good bit. I was waiting on them to get read for half time and had pointed the camera out at the field and didn't bother to change the settings. However I think I will be lookin at the 24-70 f2.8 first. An f3.5-5.6 lense just isn't cutting it for indoor shooting.

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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:56 pm

Airmantharp wrote:After post-processing and reduction to postage-stamp resolutions for forum use, it's pretty hard to tell DSLRs apart- and in bright conditions, the 7D's files do lend themselves well to rigorous post processing. Now, as for the 7D's performance when pushed into lower light... I'll keep my 6D, thanks :)


sizes bigger than postage stamp look pretty good as far as im concerned:

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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Mon Sep 23, 2013 9:17 pm

TheEmrys wrote:
2x4 wrote:Here's a small collection of mine shot with 2 7D's: Canon and older Konica Minolta Maxxum


Would love to know which is which. Some excellent shots. Also would love to know which lenses you used.


#2 and #3 - KM Maxxum7d with Minolta 17-35,

all others canon 7d with standard lens ef 28-135mm is
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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Mon Sep 23, 2013 9:31 pm

2x4 wrote:sizes bigger than postage stamp look pretty good as far as im concerned:


That 28-135 does do alright stopped down- it's an awkward focal length for crop, what with such a narrow wide-end, but it does hold the aperture pretty wide for a zoom as you zoom in, which probably helps out the 7D's amazing AF system a bit, more than the 18-135 would. Almost wish they'd update it as an FF kit zoom; it'd be quite nice, actually, if they made an STM version for an FF camera with Dual-Pixel AF.
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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Tue Sep 24, 2013 12:38 am

Just a friendly reminder, guys - the crappy phpBB software doesn't handle oversized images properly (it cuts them off) so if you wanna link your full-sized samples, do it in this format:
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This way you'll get clickable small thumbnail (not cut by phpBB) leading to fullsized image :wink: Just like in the post by SecretSquirrel.
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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Tue Sep 24, 2013 9:04 am

Just wanted to get down my technique for moon shots. Not great shadows, but I've got a week to get it down. Pretty happy with how it is turning out.

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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Tue Sep 24, 2013 10:12 am

SecretSquirrel wrote:There is a great 70-200 option, it's just $2500.


Couple of thoughts. The older but still good Tamron 70-200 Di is out there (non-USD). Its running between $400 and $600. AF may not be blazing fast, but its pretty fast and very accurate. Would definitely be an upgrade to the super-zoom and would be excellent indoors or out.

Also, might want to consider a 28-7x/2.8. There are quite a few more options, but are far less money than the 24-70's. If you want a solid FF equivalent, a 17-50/2.8 might be a great option.
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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Tue Sep 24, 2013 4:32 pm

TheEmrys wrote:Just wanted to get down my technique for moon shots. Not great shadows, but I've got a week to get it down. Pretty happy with how it is turning out.

Sony 70-400mm at 400mm f/8 1/60 ISO100

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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Sat Oct 12, 2013 8:53 pm

Had a bit of fun tonight. I like what happened with the streetlight at a 10 second exposure. I just wish it were a better scene. And you can tell I left Steadyshot on. Bummer. But, still like the light. I'll play with it a bit, maybe in the snow and see what happens and do it right.

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However, I am liking where the moon is right now.

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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Sat Oct 12, 2013 11:56 pm

Got a new lens. A Leica Elmar 135 4 and a Metabones adapter. Very sweet lens, I have only taken a few but even my total screw ups are creamy sweet total screw ups:

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Forum crops a few pixels off the right, no big deal.
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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Sun Oct 13, 2013 2:56 am

PenGun wrote: Forum crops a few pixels off the right, no big deal.
That depends on the width of your monitor. I can see the whole thing with a 2560-pixel wide monitor.
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Postposted on Tue Oct 15, 2013 12:57 pm

Cool, I'll toss in a couple more. This lens from the 60s is uber sharp as well as sweet:

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It's that time of year folks, lets see some colour!
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Postposted on Mon Oct 21, 2013 12:33 am

And from today. I did almost 400 meters of up to get this:
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Georgia Straight, full of clouds. Been foggy for days where I live. Thought I'd wander up and see how thick it was.
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Postposted on Tue Oct 22, 2013 3:36 pm

PenGun wrote:Image

It's that time of year folks, lets see some colour!


I really like this shot. I like the reverse 3-d effect you have going.
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Postposted on Tue Oct 22, 2013 3:41 pm

Had a bit of fun with some long exposures on a night with some low clouds.

If I could get a lens that would have a bit less flare/ghosting issues, I would absolutely love this shot.
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Postposted on Tue Oct 22, 2013 3:56 pm

If you're using a filter- take it off. If not, well... maybe try a CP?

My 70-300 non-L is useless with filters, at least any I'd be willing to pay for to put on a lens I got for $350 refurbished. Pointed into any real source of light, filters cause mad flaring, which disappears once removed. Guy at the camera shop didn't want to believe me.

Circular polarizers are something I'm looking hard at- I do have some cheap ones in 58mm, my most common filter thread size (24mm/50mm/85mm/70-300mm), but my standard zoom is 77mm, and my macro lens is 67mm. I could get by with two using a step-down ring for the macro, but man, decent ones are so expensive.
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Postposted on Tue Oct 22, 2013 4:48 pm

I had thought of a CP or even an ND filter. But I didn't have one for in a 62mm thread size with me. But yeah, I need something.
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Postposted on Tue Oct 22, 2013 5:07 pm

I'm wondering if a CP wouldn't 'straighten out' the light sources and prevent some of the ghosting and coma. Since the camera is anchored for long exposures, the lost fraction of an f-stop shouldn't be an issue.

The only problem I see is if the CP filter behaves like the UV/protection filters I tried for my 70-300- that'd be worse than what you're seeing now, I think.
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Postposted on Tue Oct 22, 2013 6:19 pm

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My contribution to fall colors. Haven't had much of a chance to get out this fall, especially with the parks being closed, and more home football games than usual.

The framing on that shot is pretty odd, but I was sitting on the Lawn with some friends, and didn't really want to walk around. At the time, my 55mm/1.8 Pentax was living on the camera, but I'm probably switching to the 50mm/3.5 Zenitar pancake, so that my camera is easier to carry.
Also, don't look at the photo anything above medium size. My focus mirror is out of place, so MF is a bit difficult at the moment, and it's pretty evident zoomed in on this shot. Though I also have shaky hands, which really isn't doing me any favors.
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Re: General photography thread [img heavy]

Postposted on Tue Oct 22, 2013 7:04 pm

I've really got to get out and see some fall colors in Texas. Been a bit busy lately, but I did get with B&H to get a decent deal on the EOS-M system while they're on fire-sale to get a second/backup body, to get the lenses and flash, and the Canon adapter to use my other eight EF lenses with it. Well, seven, not much use for the 14/2.8 on a crop :).

JAE- I'll let you know what I think about the EOS-M. I'm excited for what Canon will be able to do with the system, and B&H has some decent 'bundle' in-cart discounts when you get the kit with the zoom and flash, and then add the 22/2 and the EF->EF-M adapter.

I'm also looking forward to the 'movie servo AF' function, lacking as it is behind the 70D's DPAF capability (or a Sony SLT's capability) which my current 6D and previous 60D lack completely. I'm not expecting perfection, but being able to have the camera make small adjustments without having to push a button and getting the camera's hunting on video sure would be nice.
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Postposted on Tue Oct 22, 2013 8:04 pm

I picked up the EOS Rebel SL1 for my father because he really needs the viewfinder (which the EOS-M lacks).
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Postposted on Tue Oct 22, 2013 8:20 pm

JustAnEngineer wrote:I picked up the EOS Rebel SL1 for my father because he really needs the viewfinder (which the EOS-M lacks).


Ah, that's right :). Sorry- I just remembered that you were picking up a smaller system. I wouldn't mind the SL1 (at all), it really is very nice for the size, but man the lenses make it look so big- outside of the 40/2.8 you mentioned, that is :).

That lens even makes my 6D look fairly unassuming!
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Postposted on Sun Oct 27, 2013 12:19 am

Some video from the Sony Alpha a7R, from Sony France:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuSvnhcATUE

They test out a stack of lenses after the first bit. Camera of the year here.
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