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Mar 24, 2012 00:46 |  #5926

do many photos to choose from this last page or two, good shooting all.


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Mar 24, 2012 00:59 |  #5927

thank you sir


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Mar 24, 2012 07:32 |  #5928

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Mar 24, 2012 08:01 |  #5929

Str0ntium wrote in post #14141708 (external link)
It sure ruined someone's day! But, it probably made that fireman's day. It puts the bread on the table lol.

Love the custom exhaust, too lmao.

Nailed that on the head haha I can guarantee you it ruined the drivers day but those firefighters were more than happy to be there...hopefully you guys won't mind, but here's some firefighting pictures for you featuring yours truly.

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Sent her lot's of praise as she did an awesome job on the photo's and she was very excited to hear feedback from another photographer.

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Mar 24, 2012 08:13 |  #5930

Marine Firefighter School, College Station, 21 years ago... In a previous life...


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Most fun I had while getting paid!:D

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Mar 24, 2012 10:15 |  #5931

Woooooo, got my new iPad! Since I'm at my sister's for the weekend I didn't feel like dragging out the laptop, so I gave processing/posting from the iPad a try for yesterdays's photo. Nothing special about the photo, but the pp workflow was pretty slick. Taken with the 60D, transferred with the camera connection kit, processed in iPhoto.

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Mar 24, 2012 10:38 |  #5932

Looks great, Meglet! I have the iPad 2, and since i bought it my laptop has never left my desk. i have the connection kit and use snapseed for PP. the bigger problem is i rarely take my 60D with me since the S100 just slips into a pocket. i really need to staple my 60D to my hand and use it.

congrats on the iPad3!



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Mar 24, 2012 10:55 |  #5933

Nice images here
I have a question to 60D users,
I am thinking on upgrading my 30D to a 60D, mostly for price , I think the 60D at this time and the economy is the best choice for me.
I am looking at the control buttons on top and see that the Flash Exp Comp is no longer there..
How do you rapidly adjust your FEC?
I am so used to the FEC on the top on my 30D and I don't se a dedicated button to that, is there a way to assign that function to another button?

Thanks


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Mar 24, 2012 11:48 |  #5934

There is a whole panel of quick adjustments accessible through the Q button. The FEC shows there for ETTL flash. If it is important to you during the shooting, you click Q, select it and then during the shooting Q and then the rotating wheel on the top will get you there. I am not sure that I would give up the functions of the dedicated buttons to FEC.

I don't know if you can assign FEC to a button, but again, I haven't looked into doing it.


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Mar 24, 2012 11:53 |  #5935

does anyone make paper prints of any size anymore? As I read this thread and others, it appears that most folks, even though they use the 60D are perfectly happy with their camera phones and pads. (which are more than sufficient for online/email useage).

How many are routinely printing 16x20 or larger?


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Mar 24, 2012 11:59 |  #5936

Hinson wrote in post #14145198 (external link)
does anyone make paper prints of any size anymore? As I read this thread and others, it appears that most folks, even though they use the 60D are perfectly happy with their camera phones and pads. (which are more than sufficient for online/email useage).

How many are routinely printing 16x20 or larger?

I do print from time to time (maybe once or twice every two months)
I use Adorama Print services, the "Metal" paper is really nice, color, quality and durability is very good IMO


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Mar 24, 2012 12:01 |  #5937

MakisM1 wrote in post #14145180 (external link)
There is a whole panel of quick adjustments accessible through the Q button. The FEC shows there for ETTL flash. If it is important to you during the shooting, you click Q, select it and then during the shooting Q and then the rotating wheel on the top will get you there. I am not sure that I would give up the functions of the dedicated buttons to FEC.

I don't know if you can assign FEC to a button, but again, I haven't looked into doing it.

Thanks Gerry
That is what I thought
I had a &d for some time and the Q button is a really nice feature IMO, but I am so used to the dual button on top on my previous cameras that is pretty much the one thing that concerns me the most
Now, what do you mean by: I am not sure that I would give up the functions of the dedicated buttons to FEC ?


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Mar 24, 2012 12:01 |  #5938

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Nice shots everyone. Playing around with miniature mode on my recent trip.

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nice work corey. ;)


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Mar 24, 2012 12:05 |  #5939

borism wrote in post #14145229 (external link)
Thanks Gerry
That is what I thought
I had a &d for some time and the Q button is a really nice feature IMO, but I am so used to the dual button on top on my previous cameras that is pretty much the one thing that concerns me the most
Now, what do you mean by: I am not sure that I would give up the functions of the dedicated buttons to FEC ?

If I could re-assign one of the top buttons, I still think that I'd prefer their current functions, rather than FEC. With the possible exception of the light button...


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Mar 24, 2012 12:16 |  #5940

Hinson wrote in post #14145198 (external link)
does anyone make paper prints of any size anymore? As I read this thread and others, it appears that most folks, even though they use the 60D are perfectly happy with their camera phones and pads. (which are more than sufficient for online/email useage).

How many are routinely printing 16x20 or larger?

Prints? I sadly don't print enough. I have never printed over 8x12 :(


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