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MedicineMan4040
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Oct 20, 2017 04:38 |  #1051

roseyposey wrote in post #18474533 (external link)
Grass - Nik Silver Efex antique plate plus a few teaks with Sigma 300 f/1.4

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Rose you are NIK master! Really nice the last couple :)


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Oct 20, 2017 04:38 |  #1052

Nice gift/Santa come early.


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Oct 20, 2017 08:02 |  #1053

Still getting used to the M5. These were taken with an EF-S 55-250 + adapter

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roseyposey
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Oct 20, 2017 18:28 |  #1054

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #18476582 (external link)
Rose you are NIK master! Really nice the last couple :)

It's nice and easy - just tweak the sliders :-)


Canon EOS 70D: added a Canon M5: A mixture of Canon, Sigma, Tamron and Tokina prime and zoom lenses, a Samyang fisheye, and just for fun a couple of Helios 44-2 58m..
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roseyposey
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Oct 20, 2017 18:28 |  #1055

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #18476583 (external link)
Nice gift/Santa come early.

Yes I was thinking of getting a roll of film, but will stick with the adapter :-)


Canon EOS 70D: added a Canon M5: A mixture of Canon, Sigma, Tamron and Tokina prime and zoom lenses, a Samyang fisheye, and just for fun a couple of Helios 44-2 58m..
Rose
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roseyposey
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Oct 21, 2017 01:14 |  #1056

With the Helios 58mm 44-2

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[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/ZzAH​Yj] (external link)IMG_2641 Pumice Helios 58 44 2 f2 (external link) by Rose McGillicuddy (external link), on Flickr

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[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/ZzAH​Zw] (external link)IMG_2643 Silverbirch Helios 58 44 2 f2 (external link) by Rose McGillicuddy (external link), on Flickr

Canon EOS 70D: added a Canon M5: A mixture of Canon, Sigma, Tamron and Tokina prime and zoom lenses, a Samyang fisheye, and just for fun a couple of Helios 44-2 58m..
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Oct 22, 2017 15:23 |  #1057

Stephen A. Harmon wrote in post #18476322 (external link)
I use the M5 with the adapter, 100L Macro and ringlight to do macro shots of the rings, flowers, etc... I use the EF-M 11-22 for wide, remote via iPhone shots down the aisle, and the 11-22 and 15-45 for pre wedding, getting ready shots, more so that I don't have to change lenses on the two 5D's. Still figuring where the M5 fits, but reception mounted high or on a mono pod held high and triggered via iPhone. I did have an old Stroboframe Press-T flash bracket, and that helps. It's just tiny, but cool. It's nowhere as versatile as a large body, but it's got its niche. I've only shot, well, 2 real weddings with it so far, so I'm still learning. Just want it to mirror how I have the large bodies so that everything is seamless.

Stephen


Your post wanders into territory of my questions. I have a 5D mk iii and 5DS and wondered how others fit their M5 to wedding or portraits (others with 5Ds that is).

I've been teetering on the verge of getting an M5 for a week or two. Almost dismissed it, even though I'd almost want to try it just to try mirrorless, touchscreen and M series. Then a couple asked me if I could add video to a redwood wedding next month. Then the thought came to mind to get an M5 as a 3rd (2nd backup) and let it become the camera to shoot short video. It could fit my pack easy and the mics would be lightweight too.


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russ49
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Oct 22, 2017 22:20 as a reply to mdvaden's post |  #1058

The M5 is a relatively popular camera for "vlogging" however as a professional video camera you might consider a 4k capable alternative. At least that's what I came across while researching the camera before buying it. I've never tried a 4k camera or even used the video much on my M5.


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Oct 22, 2017 22:30 |  #1059

Random shot of the Ruamahaunga river on a walk vineyard today in the famous winery region of Martinborough. I grew up here, but long before the first vines were planted. Both with the Russian Helios 58mm 44-2

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[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/YBMn​uj] (external link)IMG_2671 Martinborough vineyard walk Ruamahaunga river (external link) by Rose McGillicuddy (external link), on Flickr

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[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/YBMn​yC] (external link)IMG_2673 Martinborough building (external link) by Rose McGillicuddy (external link), on Flickr

Canon EOS 70D: added a Canon M5: A mixture of Canon, Sigma, Tamron and Tokina prime and zoom lenses, a Samyang fisheye, and just for fun a couple of Helios 44-2 58m..
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Oct 23, 2017 10:41 |  #1060

russ49 wrote in post #18478720 (external link)
The M5 is a relatively popular camera for "vlogging" however as a professional video camera you might consider a 4k capable alternative. At least that's what I came across while researching the camera before buying it. I've never tried a 4k camera or even used the video much on my M5.

The thought came to mind already because people keep talking about 4K. But the talk is more among geeks and reviewers than typical people on the street. Along these lines, it was apparent that professionals have been doing some good videos already without 4K, like the following shot with a Canon 5D mk ii ... and the mk iii isn't any worse. If those can record good HD, it seems the M5 should be reasonable comparable even though it's not full frame ...


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roseyposey
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Oct 24, 2017 02:15 |  #1061

Spent part of the long weekend in Martinborough, where I grew up. It was very a ghost town back then, lots of closed shops, and very run down. In the seventies the first wine grapes were planted, and it has transformed the landscape and the town. Three shots, one stop apart, and Photomatix to blend.

This building was the Railway Hotel in Masterton, and transported in two pieces to Martinborough, then refurbished.

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[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/YBnw​vc] (external link)IMG_2676 Martinborough this building moved from another town and refurbished (external link) by Rose McGillicuddy (external link), on Flickr

The old Post Office

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[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/YBnw​xM] (external link)IMG_2677 Martinborough Cool Change ex Post Office (external link) by Rose McGillicuddy (external link), on Flickr

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[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/YBnw​An] (external link)IMG_2678_79_80 Martinborough Cool Change ex Post Office (external link) by Rose McGillicuddy (external link), on Flickr

Canon EOS 70D: added a Canon M5: A mixture of Canon, Sigma, Tamron and Tokina prime and zoom lenses, a Samyang fisheye, and just for fun a couple of Helios 44-2 58m..
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Oct 24, 2017 02:19 |  #1062

Martinborough Square with memorial gates and memorial in the middle. When I was a child there was large parades on ANZAC day to honour those who fought in the various wars.

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[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/YDBr​Ro] (external link)IMG_2681_2_3 Martinborough Square (external link) by Rose McGillicuddy (external link), on Flickr

"The Marty". Martinborough hotel which underwent a major refurbishment a few years ago.
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[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/YDBr​Xq] (external link)IMG_2696_7_8 Martinborough the Marty (external link) by Rose McGillicuddy (external link), on Flickr

Canon EOS 70D: added a Canon M5: A mixture of Canon, Sigma, Tamron and Tokina prime and zoom lenses, a Samyang fisheye, and just for fun a couple of Helios 44-2 58m..
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Oct 24, 2017 12:34 |  #1063

russ49 wrote in post #18474356 (external link)
This is a mural on the wall of a business called "Dat Dawg". It is a restaurant that specializes in hot dogs. My french is a little rusty but I think it means "keep your hands off my dogs".
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Think it means "Don't let the dogs out"


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Oct 24, 2017 12:52 |  #1064

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Oct 24, 2017 14:12 |  #1065

roseyposey wrote in post #18479557 (external link)
Spent part of the long weekend in Martinborough, where I grew up. It was very a ghost town back then, lots of closed shops, and very run down. In the seventies the first wine grapes were planted, and it has transformed the landscape and the town. Three shots, one stop apart, and Photomatix to blend.

This building was the Railway Hotel in Masterton, and transported in two pieces to Martinborough, then refurbished.
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[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/YBnw​vc] (external link)IMG_2676 Martinborough this building moved from another town and refurbished (external link) by Rose McGillicuddy (external link), on Flickr

The old Post Office

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[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/YBnw​xM] (external link)IMG_2677 Martinborough Cool Change ex Post Office (external link) by Rose McGillicuddy (external link), on Flickr

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[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/YBnw​An] (external link)IMG_2678_79_80 Martinborough Cool Change ex Post Office (external link) by Rose McGillicuddy (external link), on Flickr

Nice! I'm partial to old Post Offices, having spent a lot of my early employment fixing banking terminals in them (and the odd telex too)


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