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Jul 23, 2012 03:56 as a reply to  @ post 14755485 |  #181

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Congratulations to Ian and his wife on the safe arrival of Oliver!!

Agreed!! Congrats mate.. :D


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Jul 23, 2012 03:58 as a reply to  @ Matt Peters's post |  #182

Had a wedding in Brighton at the weekend, glorious day for it, had a brilliant time..

I tried my hand at some shots of the Bride & Groom with some OCF too so thought I would share a quick peek..

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Pretty pleased with how it came out & it's had the most amount of likes on my Facebook Fan Page ever!! :D

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Jul 23, 2012 03:58 |  #183


Very interesting set of images! Shame they are composites though rather than a collection of separate animals in one shot - then that would have been truly incredible. Perhaps asking a little too much though.


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Jul 23, 2012 04:06 |  #184

Can someone explain why you'd want to do this with a Canon EOS-M?

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Jul 23, 2012 04:10 |  #185

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Can someone explain why you'd want to do this with a Canon EOS-M?

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So you can fit it in your pocket - obviously :lol:


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Jul 23, 2012 04:35 |  #186

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Very interesting set of images! Shame they are composites though rather than a collection of separate animals in one shot - then that would have been truly incredible. Perhaps asking a little too much though.

Absolutely nothing wrong in doing this in my book if it creates a pleasing image. Really doesn't matter a hoot if you're adjusting the environment to create your composition or messing around in post production.

I just thought it was a really cool set of ideas.


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Jul 23, 2012 04:38 |  #187

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Absolutely nothing wrong in doing this in my book if it creates a pleasing image. Really doesn't matter a hoot if you're adjusting the environment to create your composition or messing around in post production.

I just thought it was a really cool set of ideas.

Ah no, dont get me wrong they are still incredible images and really well thought out. I was just a little dissapointed i guess when i saw the dog one which is the same dog over and over and it spoilt the illusion of the cat, pigeon and ant photos a bit, which i thought were seperate creatures, thats all.

Christ, if we weren't allowed to doctor a scene to make them better i wouldnt have any photos to share!


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Jul 23, 2012 05:45 |  #188

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Christ, if we weren't allowed to doctor a scene to make them better i wouldnt have any photos to share!

I would - but they would be the one's I routinely steal from Mark :D:p


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Jul 23, 2012 05:46 |  #189

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So you can fit it in your pocket - obviously :lol:

Okay - I'll do it.

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Jul 23, 2012 06:53 |  #190

Anke wrote in post #14755504 (external link)
Can someone explain why you'd want to do this with a Canon EOS-M?

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I've seen the price of this EOS M!
£769 with a 18-55 lens and a flash.


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Jul 23, 2012 06:59 |  #191

Matt Peters wrote in post #14755493 (external link)
Had a wedding in Brighton at the weekend, glorious day for it, had a brilliant time..

I tried my hand at some shots of the Bride & Groom with some OCF too so thought I would share a quick peek..

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Pretty pleased with how it came out & it's had the most amount of likes on my Facebook Fan Page ever!! :D

Thats a really great shot mate, well done, and seeing your name just reminded I havent look at 1&1 for you, will do so now :D


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Jul 23, 2012 07:06 |  #192

Thanks mate :D

I messaged you a screen shot on Facebook..


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Jul 23, 2012 07:11 |  #193

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Can someone explain why you'd want to do this with a Canon EOS-M?

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For when you think a 1D might be too conspicuous?




  
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Jul 23, 2012 07:56 |  #194

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Can someone explain why you'd want to do this with a Canon EOS-M?

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Because people can and people will. I have done it and it is not worth the money. Cool for a giggle but just far too much effort in the end. Need to wait until the 2nd/3rd gen before I would say its worthwhile.

What I would like is something that size with full manual control and IS for video...for that price too...and FF :lol:


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Jul 23, 2012 08:25 |  #195

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Because people can and people will. I have done it and it is not worth the money. Cool for a giggle but just far too much effort in the end. Need to wait until the 2nd/3rd gen before I would say its worthwhile.

What I would like is something that size with full manual control and IS for video...for that price too...and FF :lol:

No chance of FF with that! :lol: With the emphasis on the "easy to use" toch screen etc, it's probably quite difficult to get it to do anything other than basic programmed auto.:confused: (if you've got fingers like mine! :oops:)




  
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