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Oct 12, 2012 12:01 |  #1

I went to the beach this last week.. here are two ladies with their horse riding on the cart.
the horse breed is a Lyngen i think that what they said.. orginated from Australia..

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Oct 13, 2012 23:24 |  #2

looks like those ladies are enjoying themselves.

is the sx50hd model the same as the sx50hs model in the USA? i cant seem to find it with google.


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Oct 14, 2012 13:08 |  #3

acouple more from last week.. this is located at washaway beach... many houses are now gone because of the errosion from the sea

old house or whats left of it..

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Oct 14, 2012 15:35 as a reply to photocopy's post |  #4

Photocopy - The second image is pretty good, but it looks in the first as if the AF was hunting for focus. Seems that the light wasn't too good, and the camera was at long zoom...? The image doesn't include its Exif data - leaves one guessing. Was it processed in Photoshop with exif-stripping turned on?

A quick look at the SX50 Manual appears to indicate that Focus-Bracketing isn't in this camera - although it might now be called something else, that I'm missing.

But if that was at long or maximum zoom, it might be indicating that like my Fuji HS10, the camera focus-hunts in other than bright conditions.

If you can use a rest or tripod, at long zoom you might try using Manual Focus and do the shots at both JPEG and RAW. If you get the focus right with RAW, you can then use Levels and Curves in processing to improve colour and saturation, and last thing done, some gentle USM to fine-tune the focus.

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Oct 14, 2012 16:39 |  #5

I am waiting for the manual in the mail. i had one printed off.... thanks.. i will look those up...
and try manual focus with both Jpg and raw..




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Oct 15, 2012 07:57 |  #6

exwintech wrote in post #15121571external link
A quick look at the SX50 Manual appears to indicate that Focus-Bracketing isn't in this camera - although it might now be called something else, that I'm missing.
Regards, Dave.

Focus bracketing is on page 141 of the manual ;)




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Oct 15, 2012 09:50 |  #7

exif-stripping turned on?

dont know what that is??
I think all i did was auto tone it?

Focus-Bracketing isn't in this camera

I looked and i do believe there is a bracketing.. feature..i thought it was for during HDR at three differnt exposures?

they look ok on my monitor so i really need to read about this n that on the camera...

waiting for manual in the mail...

As they say practice practice practice....




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Oct 15, 2012 13:50 as a reply to photocopy's post |  #8

Shooter00 - Thanks. I'd just downloaded the Manual, and it's not too clear in the Menu.

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- Some image editing programs have a 'feature' that removes the Exif data from JPEGs. In the case of Photoshop, that can be turned off. For images shown on photography forums, leaving the Exif in shows the settings used, which can be helpful to others trying to get similar results - or for advice re the image if that's what's being requested.

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Oct 21, 2012 22:12 |  #9

Just picked up a new SX50 from Target, and went to the San Diego Safari Park today to try it out. Shot all jpeg, first two are right out of the camera, third with some minor adjustments in DPP.

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Oct 22, 2012 09:38 |  #10

Very nice Steve222...!!




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Oct 22, 2012 10:26 |  #11

All of these look great. Love the Gorilla, perfect shot!


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Oct 22, 2012 19:53 |  #12

Thanks!
I've only had the SX50 a few days and so far I really like it, so fun to use.




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Oct 25, 2012 14:07 |  #13

At full 1200mm, taken from a distance of probably 250-300 feet at least. This was a jpg image, massaged to the best of my abilities in Lightroom. Settings are not great, as I was just playing around with the camera, so I am sure it can do far better. Overall, pretty pleased with it. I will take better shots and see what it takes to get the RAW images into Lightroom (4.1 does not recognize the RAW images from this camera at this time).

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Oct 25, 2012 14:19 |  #14

scrumhalf... I think your bird shot is beautiful! i havent had much of a chance to play with mine.. its to wet and rainy to get outside :(




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Oct 25, 2012 15:18 |  #15

Thank you! And this was with terrible settings. I set it at f8 on Av and let her rip. I think the photo came out at 1600 ISO. I bet it would have been far better if I had forced it to 400 ISO and went from 1/320 to 1/80 sec. The camera was on a tripod and the herons are patient birds. Next time!


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