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Dankata
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Jun 24, 2012 00:59 as a reply to  @ post 14623361 |  #8221

ISO 20,000 WOW :)


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Jun 24, 2012 01:00 |  #8222

Great photos! But #1 scares me... reminds me of when Michael Jackson was dangling his kids outside the window. Precious cargo right there... handle it with more care! :D (But you as the photographer had nothing to do with it.) :)


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Jun 24, 2012 02:34 |  #8223
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jonneymendoza wrote in post #14621740 (external link)
what ISO did u use mate and did u apply any PP/NR?

Hi, they were shot in ISO 6400. No NR. Just some sharpening, contrast and maybe I brought the brightness up a little bit.

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Jun 24, 2012 03:57 |  #8224

[QUOTE=Dankata;1462292​1]

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Great to have you in this thread Dan. Your pics in the 5d2 thread were stunning.

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Jun 24, 2012 04:12 |  #8225

Dankata wrote in post #14623234 (external link)
I have a question, how come the name of the very first photo I took was 846A7449.CR2??

I think the random part at the beginning is a unique code for your camera. You can change this to be a custom 3 letter code that you choose. so for example DAN******* then the number of the picture. If you change to Adobe RGB it will become _AN******* then the number of the pic. There is also another option in there too.


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Jun 24, 2012 04:14 |  #8226

Dankata wrote in post #14623380 (external link)
ISO 20,000 WOW :)


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You are going to love this camera. Everything your 5d2 was and so much more.
I never think about my 5D2 now. In fact, i got rid of it and got a 1D3 as a backup so that Ialso had a more weatherproof camera with a 1.3 crop for bird and wildlife stuff.
Great shot.


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Jun 24, 2012 05:45 |  #8227

Fantastic! May I ask what lens you used for these?


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Jun 24, 2012 06:02 |  #8228
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I really need to post something in here. Have had the camera for quite a while. Nothing worth putting up though.


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Jun 24, 2012 06:07 |  #8229
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Quick snapshot:oops:

*Runs & hides*


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Jun 24, 2012 06:13 |  #8230

Dankata wrote in post #14622919 (external link)
Mine came by surprise today and one hour later I had a baby shoot, decided to risk and use it instead of the 5D2. Struggled a little with the controls especially with controlling the flashes but after all I am pleased with the results. The camera is super fast, love it so far! Out of 500 photos I had like 10 out of focus, this is so good I can't wait to use it on a wedding day. Took some photos home at very low light and it focuses so quickly and the ISO is just amazing! So happy :D

Now do you understand? :-)


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Jun 24, 2012 06:46 as a reply to  @ mtimber's post |  #8231

Came across a Sand Race yesterday, happened to have my 5Diii and 70-200 with me.. first time I've tried tracking vehicles ..need more practice I think! was trying at 1/25.. too slow?

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Jun 24, 2012 06:54 as a reply to  @ mtimber's post |  #8232

Hi All here's a few from the weekend Enjoy :smile: this one is using the camera HDR mod and one from the Zoo

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Jun 24, 2012 07:22 |  #8233

Daniel, great shots...they really pop and have rich color. You mentioned you had some learning with the 5d3 flash controls. What modifiers were you using? The photos look exceedingly natural.


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Jun 24, 2012 07:34 |  #8234

Dankata wrote in post #14622919 (external link)
Mine came by surprise today and one hour later I had a baby shoot, decided to risk and use it instead of the 5D2. Struggled a little with the controls especially with controlling the flashes but after all I am pleased with the results. The camera is super fast, love it so far! Out of 500 photos I had like 10 out of focus, this is so good I can't wait to use it on a wedding day. Took some photos home at very low light and it focuses so quickly and the ISO is just amazing! So happy :D

Daniel, you can make any camera look good!


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Jun 24, 2012 07:59 |  #8235

Chet wrote in post #14623243 (external link)
Ken likes the 5diii over the Nikon.
http://www.kenrockwell​.com/tech/00-new-today.htm (external link)


Interesting read. He also says that he feels the 5D3 makes f/2.8 lenses obsolete. Wouldn't be surprised if it was a bit of an exaggeration, but Im noticing that since the 5D3 came out and the more that seasoned photogs are using it, the usual comment of really needing a 2.8 lens to take real higher image quality pics is being chipped away as they are finding that on the 5D3, f/4 lenses are looking better on this particular camera than on the older ones.

I'm seeing more and more mentions of those who got the 5D3 kit with the 24-105 and promplty sold the lens because of how it was perceived as slightly inferior to the 2.8's… are now saying they wish they kept it for the 5D3 after seeing how pics are turning out with this combination.

This camera seems to be challenging long held perceptions on which lenses are "best". Im seeing the same kind of comments with the 100-400 lens looking better on the 5D3 too.

Just an interesting observation and makes me wonder how things are changing as technology gets better.


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