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Feb 06, 2018 08:51 |  #8881

Doddste wrote in post #18557239 (external link)
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good picture but curious as a rookie why a shutter speed of 0.3 on this picture? keep up the good work!




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Feb 06, 2018 09:29 |  #8882

James Crockett wrote in post #18557597 (external link)
Doddste wrote in post #18557239 (external link)
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good picture but curious as a rookie why a shutter speed of 0.3 on this picture? keep up the good work!

It might be possible that Doddste is also a rookie?


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Feb 06, 2018 12:11 |  #8883

James Crockett wrote in post #18557597 (external link)
good picture but curious as a rookie why a shutter speed of 0.3 on this picture? keep up the good work!

I took this in my kitchen with the natural light that was available, which was very little. I was simply playing with my surrounding and settings. I suppose I could have bumped the ISO in order to reduce shutter speed, but I had a stable foundation on which to place the camera, so I left it low. I also wanted a shallow depth of field, hence the selected aperature.

Inspeqtor wrote in post #18557621 (external link)
It might be possible that Doddste is also a rookie?

You are right, I am a “rookie”. I’m not a pro, and I don’t claim to be. Just a guy that enjoys snapping some photos every now and then. I took this photo the other week and thought that I would contribute as the thread asks. Being that your comment was to only make that suggestion, and not to answer James Crocket’s original question (which you quoted),your response comes off as an unecessary slight.


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Feb 06, 2018 12:27 |  #8884

Doddste wrote in post #18557751 (external link)
I took this in my kitchen with the natural light that was available, which was very little. I was simply playing with my surrounding and settings. I suppose I could have bumped the ISO in order to reduce shutter speed, but I had a stable foundation on which to place the camera, so I left it low. I also wanted a shallow depth of field, hence the selected aperature.

You are right, I am a “rookie”. I’m not a pro, and I don’t claim to be. Just a guy that enjoys snapping some photos every now and then. I took this photo the other week and thought that I would contribute as the thread asks. Being that your comment was to only make that suggestion, and not to answer James Crocket’s original question (which you quoted),your response comes off as an unecessary slight.

Please forgive me, I never meant to offend you.


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Feb 15, 2018 07:02 |  #8885

shutterpat wrote in post #18553615 (external link)
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I did not realise it was possible to stack extenders.
Are they the ver 3 ones?


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Feb 15, 2018 11:40 |  #8886

Only the 2x II can be stacked with a 2x II, 2x III, 1.4x II, and 1.4x III, but only in the right order, as only the 2x II has room at the back to mount another Canon extender.

Examples:

Camera - 1.4x III - 2x II - Lens

Camera - 2x III - 2x II - Lens

You could also use a short extension tube between extenders, to stack any combination, but you lose infinity focus.


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Feb 15, 2018 16:00 |  #8887

msowsun wrote in post #18564441 (external link)
Only the 2x II can be stacked with a 2x II, 2x III, 1.4x II, and 1.4x III, but only in the right order, as only the 2x II has room at the back to mount another Canon extender.

Examples:

Camera - 1.4x III - 2x II - Lens

Camera - 2x III - 2x II - Lens

You could also use a short extension tube between extenders, to stack any combination, but you lose infinity focus.


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Great info. Thanks.




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