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Sep 01, 2011 16:33 |  #31

Here another of one of my 2 little girls


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Sep 01, 2011 16:40 |  #32

Hi,

Two Flower Shots 1st one straight from the camera.


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Sep 01, 2011 16:43 |  #33

2nd with some PP.


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Sep 01, 2011 16:51 |  #34

One last one un-processed


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Sep 01, 2011 16:51 as a reply to  @ post 13037248 |  #35

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Sep 01, 2011 16:56 |  #36

How do you get that info?
I can see it in Camera Raw easily enough but how do you get it like that?


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Sep 01, 2011 17:00 |  #37

http://homepage.mac.co​m/aozer/EV/ (external link)

FYI, I had to save your image to my mac before dragging it into EXIF Viewer. I've since deleted the download.


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Sep 01, 2011 17:06 |  #38

Oh, double FYI, it doesn't always work with all images. Some photo files/links block the detail. I am by no means an expert of such things.


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Sep 01, 2011 17:12 |  #39

Hi Kevan,

Thanks. I now understand. I guess I could always use Windows "Snip It".


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Sep 01, 2011 17:15 as a reply to  @ General_T's post |  #40

It looks to me that your focus point is slightly deeper than her eyes. Do you have your focus change orientation when you shoot in portrait/tall?
Your point of focus should be her eyes. Also if you want the point of focus to be the main flower in the picture a single focus point will dispel any problems that may arise when focusing.

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Sep 01, 2011 17:17 |  #41

Regarding the battery test, please crop a box around just the batteries and nothing else, then resize that to fit POTN rules and post that. Thanks!


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Sep 01, 2011 17:18 |  #42

OK, I'm following with great interest

The 7D has to be the most controversial (for the lack of a better word) camera out. I, too, have posted a lot of questions regarding the IQ straight out of the camera and followed certain topics on the 7D regarding noise issues and ISO limitations. I have looked at the images posted by others and found that a number had a "soft" appearance, where others are tack sharp. Like the OP, I prefer SOOC, and prefer not to PP (which isn't possible some times). I prefer to shoot in manual - set my own ISO, shutter speed, aperture and focus the lens myself, which makes a lot of great features redundant.
I have come to the opinion that this camera has a very steep learning curve, so much so, that a new user will have problems with it straight out of the box. I expect the same when I get my 7D. This points the finger straight at the user - get to know your equipment, learn its functions, capabilities and short fallings, and educate yourself as much as you can. From all accounts, this should be a fantastic camera, there are way too many happy users on this forum alone, with varying degrees of knowledge and expertise, for it to be a "dud".
This thing intimidates me, because of what I keep reading about it. There are a lot of people bagging this camera, but those that are happy with it, far out-weigh the baggers. My favourite saying is :- "A bad Tradesman always blames his tools", and I believe that seems to be the case with those that bag this camera.
I believe the OP needs to get to know his equipment. I have seen a lot of posts where someone has just got the 7D and found that it was not up to their expectations, and with a little advice from the good people here, you see these "newbies" get to know their camera and their happiness increases with latter posts. Don't worry, I will be one of these people, but I will persist to get the best out of it by increasing my knowledge. I've ordered a couple of books on the 7D so that I may understand the camera before it arrives.
Hang in there mate, I believe you have a great bit of kit, the good folk here will help you on that steep learning curve.

PS There are a few people here that seem to have a fantastic grasp on this camera. TeamSpeed being one that pops up regularly in most posts regarding the 7D, and I found that his advice is worth gold.

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Sep 01, 2011 17:22 |  #43

LOL speak of the Devil, there he is - posting whilst I'm writing LOL

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Sep 01, 2011 17:24 |  #44

I'd stop down the lens a bit. It's sharp wide open but stoppingit down could improve it a bit for you.


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Sep 01, 2011 17:30 |  #45

Hi FreezFrame,

I have left the shooting style in Standard for all shots so far. I believe that in while shooting in RAW they have no effect? Might be wrong though - have to check the book again.


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