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Backyard flowers with Canon SX50HS

 
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Thanks for looking.
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May 12, 2013 12:02

Canon EOS 50D / Canon Speedlite 430EX II / Canon Speedlite 270EX / Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II / Canon SX50 HS

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can i just ask a few questions please?

Was this taken on Auto?
did you use a tripod?
have the pictures been edited?

these are amazing pics and i want to understand how you took them please if possible?

Mark

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Beautiful, well done

May 13, 2013 09:57

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markdotjames wrote in post #15926841external link
can i just ask a few questions please?

Was this taken on Auto?
did you use a tripod?
have the pictures been edited?

these are amazing pics and i want to understand how you took them please if possible?

Mark

Hi Mark,
1). No i never use the Auto setting. All my picturess are taken in "A" mode or "M" mode.
2). Yes both of the flower shots were taken with the camera on a tri-pod and the shutter on a 10 second delay.
3).Yes both of these pictures were edited using the software that came with the camera (DPP) and cropped in Photoshop Elements. The editing that was done is just very minor things, contrast, sharpening, etc. Nothing major as I'm not the best at editting.

Thanks for looking and commenting. I hope this helps. If you have any more questions feel free to ask.

May 13, 2013 11:43

Canon EOS 50D / Canon Speedlite 430EX II / Canon Speedlite 270EX / Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II / Canon SX50 HS

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Beautiful, well done

Thank you I'm still learning .

May 13, 2013 11:45

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Very Nice and well done.

I don't own an SX50. Photos on this forum and others taken with an SX in capable hands show what a remarkable camera this can be for the price.

You mentioned you shoot in A and M mode. What do you think of the LCD screen in bright daylight? I have a G12 and find it non-useable. That leaves me in P mode using the viewfinder which works okay for my needs. M, Av and Tv mode is a non starter in those conitions.

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Very nice

May 20, 2013 21:19

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Norman B wrote in post #15951144external link
Very Nice and well done.

I don't own an SX50. Photos on this forum and others taken with an SX in capable hands show what a remarkable camera this can be for the price.

You mentioned you shoot in A and M mode. What do you think of the LCD screen in bright daylight? I have a G12 and find it non-useable. That leaves me in P mode using the viewfinder which works okay for my needs. M, Av and Tv mode is a non starter in those conitions.

Don't understand your question about the mode and LCD screen. As far as I know the mode you have the camera in does not affect the LCD screen. If your in "M" mode and your screen is dark you need to adjust you shutter and F stop until you exposure is correct.

May 24, 2013 22:07

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I love my SX50HD! it an amazing camera and i have also been very pleased with alot of photos i have taken with it....
Your flowers are gorgeous!

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Very good!

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