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markesc
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Aug 22, 2017 17:41 |  #3511

LJ3Jim wrote in post #18434361 (external link)
Composite of the 2017 solar eclipse. Taken in Ontario, Oregon. The 5D4 was stationary the whole time. The interval timer was taking a shot every 5 minutes except for the "totality" image (I did that one myself). 34 shots layered together in Photoshop. It was my first eclipse, and my first composite shot of any kind.

In the lower left corner, the first few images look oval. Is that lens distortion (EF 24-105 II)? If so, how do I make them round? Lens correction in LR didn't do much of anything.

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Very cool!! How was the drive/traffic/crowds?

As far as the 24-105, mine does the same, so don't use it for any car photos as the wheels will look oval! LR will not correct, but I think you can use "free transform" / Distort layer in photoshop (they probably renamed it to something else because it's Adobe).




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Aug 22, 2017 18:14 |  #3512

markesc wrote in post #18434382 (external link)
Very cool!! How was the drive/traffic/crowds?

As far as the 24-105, mine does the same, so don't use it for any car photos as the wheels will look oval! LR will not correct, but I think you can use "free transform" / Distort layer in photoshop (they probably renamed it to something else because it's Adobe).

Thanks for the 24-105 info. I'll try the transform to see what it can do.

My wife and I live in the Seattle area (about 8 hours from Ontario, OR). We decided to go there in two days -- Friday and Saturday. No problems at all. We were worried about gasoline, but we never saw any stations that had run out. On Monday, the eclipse ended at 1:00 local time (12:00 noon Pacific time). We had planned to drive back to Richmond, WA, after the eclipse. It's a 4-hour drive, but it took 6. There was a lot of congestion. My daughter's family and my son's family were both in the area as well, although we were at different places. None of us had any real difficulty getting anywhere. The crowds were much smaller than I had expected. Easy to walk into any restaurant, etc. The hotels were all full Sunday night, but you could find rooms for any other night. We enjoyed ourselves, and I'm looking forward to tackling the rest of my eclipse photos. They will end up in the 1DX2 and 100-400 II threads.


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Aug 22, 2017 18:43 |  #3513

markesc wrote in post #18434379 (external link)
Very cool!

Not sure if I'd get that close!!! A bunch running around Mt. St Helens if you're ever up in these parts.

Thanks! I was actually quite a ways off. That is a 700mm shot cropped by a big margin, shot from my truck. I would not get close to a horny bull elk believe me ;-)a

I would love to get back up to the PNW for some wildlife. I just need the time. :rolleyes:


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markesc
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Aug 22, 2017 18:53 |  #3514

LJ3Jim wrote in post #18434410 (external link)
Thanks for the 24-105 info. I'll try the transform to see what it can do.

My wife and I live in the Seattle area (about 8 hours from Ontario, OR). We decided to go there in two days -- Friday and Saturday. No problems at all. We were worried about gasoline, but we never saw any stations that had run out. On Monday, the eclipse ended at 1:00 local time (12:00 noon Pacific time). We had planned to drive back to Richmond, WA, after the eclipse. It's a 4-hour drive, but it took 6. There was a lot of congestion. My daughter's family and my son's family were both in the area as well, although we were at different places. None of us had any real difficulty getting anywhere. The crowds were much smaller than I had expected. Easy to walk into any restaurant, etc. The hotels were all full Sunday night, but you could find rooms for any other night. We enjoyed ourselves, and I'm looking forward to tackling the rest of my eclipse photos. They will end up in the 1DX2 and 100-400 II threads.

Wow! Sounds like you all had fun! I wouldn't worry too much about the distortion, looks good enough for that scale, and as you have experienced, no photos come close to just being there!!!1

Happy editing and looking forward to more!




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markesc
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Aug 22, 2017 18:54 |  #3515

Itsed65 wrote in post #18434424 (external link)
Thanks! I was actually quite a ways off. That is a 700mm shot cropped by a big margin, shot from my truck. I would not get close to a horny bull elk believe me ;-)a

I would love to get back up to the PNW for some wildlife. I just need the time. :rolleyes:

It's worth it if you can find the time, TONS of elk on the coast, there's a spot outside Reedsport with a TON of elk on this preserve area off the hwy. In fact a lot of the locals along the coast are calling the elk a nuisance apparently.

Thanks again for posting, they are magical animals (until they charge ya!)




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Aug 22, 2017 19:05 |  #3516

Talley wrote in post #18434335 (external link)
First post since you got your camera and you did not include any image????

weak....

Lol :)


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Aug 23, 2017 02:41 |  #3517

Talley wrote in post #18434335 (external link)
First post since you got your camera and you did not include any image????

weak....

Very weak

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Aug 23, 2017 11:09 |  #3518

lol.

Two more from Botswana;

More from that series here;
http://photography-on-the.net .../showthread.php?t=1​485229


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Aug 23, 2017 22:42 |  #3519

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with sigma 150-600 sports lol

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The remainders of hurricane Gert have reached Canada, bringing wind and rain. This doesn't stop hummingbirds from feeding and staying active, but it does make flight shots a challenge. This is at ISO 25,600.

This is awesome!

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What are we looking at in image #4. I must watch too much Discovery Channel, it looks like mined gold.

I think that is actually gold dust, they use it in one of their dishes. This was a few ingredients from an image I got.

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Aug 24, 2017 02:51 |  #3520

Ok guys first post for this thread with picture :)

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Aug 24, 2017 05:35 as a reply to markesc's post |  #3521

Hi - that's a great composite and a lovely record. The distortion of the extreme edge images isn't "lens distortion" such as barrel or pincushion which can be easily corrected with a profile. It is due to the stretching of objects towards the edge of the field of view inherent in all lenses which have a rectilinear projection (as all "normal" photographic wide angle lenses are) as opposed to a fisheye lens in which objects are displayed the same wherever they are in the field, but has obvious "curvature". If you set up a test area on a brick wall with some circular paper cutouts stuck in the centre and edges, you can demonstrate this easily - the bricks remain "square" but the the circles become stretched ovals nearer the edges. To a certain extent you can correct for this in software but you need something other than a profile - I use DXO Optics Pro plugin "Viewpoint". I think this can be used with LR or PS too. But bear in mind if you have a lined background, such as the brick wall, when you "correct" the circles, you will "distort" the straight lines, looking more like a fisheye image. You can't have both, it's the laws of optics and perspective I'm afraid. In your photo, correcting the circles would be fine as there is no background.


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Aug 24, 2017 05:52 |  #3522

Do you guys know the answer to this....

I shoot dual cards... But want I wanna do is shoot both Raw and Jpeg to both cards.

I don't think it is possible, but just wanted to check.




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Aug 24, 2017 06:06 |  #3523

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Aug 24, 2017 07:09 |  #3524

puttick wrote in post #18435657 (external link)
...if you have a lined background, such as the brick wall, when you "correct" the circles, you will "distort" the straight lines, looking more like a fisheye image. You can't have both, it's the laws of optics and perspective I'm afraid.

Thank you so much for the detailed explanation. As a retired mechanical engineer, the concepts you described do make sense to me, but I never would have thought of them on my own. I'll take a look at the DXO product.


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Aug 24, 2017 07:33 as a reply to George Zip's post |  #3525

Sure is possible George,

In menu 1.1 (camera icon option 1) 'Image quality' select both raw and the size of jpg you want AND
In menu 4.1 (Spanner icon option 1) 'Record func + card/folder sel.' select ;REcord Func. to Rec. to multiple

You will then see RAW + selected jpg size going to card 1 and card 2

Hope that helps


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