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Aug 02, 2012 01:01 |  #1621

:cool: very artistic ;)


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Aug 02, 2012 01:07 |  #1622

meeko031 wrote in post #14803119 (external link)
...i'm not that smart but i thought that is all affected by light hitting the lens not the viewfinder! lens hoods are invented to minimize this, am i correct?

Just something I came up with from my imagination :oops:




  
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Aug 02, 2012 01:55 |  #1623

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let's say I'm taking a picture of my friend on the beach under clear daylight. I'm using live view to take the picture. Do you think the light from the sun coming in through the viewfinder could mess up the metering and also the final output (e.g ghosting/flare)?

edit: just looked a video from canon about live view shooting on 500D, I see the person is using the live view just like using any point n shoot camera. so I think I wouldn't worry anymore, maybe the cover is only matters on extreme situation like long exposure.

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No, there is so much light coming through your lens already it probably wouldn't make a difference. It only matters when the amount of light coming in through the viewfinder is significantly brighter than the amount coming in through the lens. Light could affect the metering, but I doubt light coming through the viewfinder would hit the sensor.


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Aug 02, 2012 02:36 |  #1624

budi wrote in post #14803216 (external link)
Just something I came up with from my imagination :oops:

...having an imagination is key to taking great photos! ;)

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Aug 02, 2012 03:18 |  #1625

From a recent newborn shoot I did.

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Aug 02, 2012 05:34 |  #1626

meeko031 wrote in post #14803119 (external link)
...i'm not that smart but i thought that is all affected by light hitting the lens not the viewfinder! lens hoods are invented to minimize this, am i correct?

In "normal" situations, that is right. But some light can "leak" in from the viewfinder in other situations. If too much light comes in the "backdoor", it can influence the metering and exposure. When you shoot with the viewfinder, your eye/face/head help to block most of the light that might come in. So the original question about using live view makes sense - you're not blocking it when you use live-view.

But as others mentioned - it is not usually a problem, even when you use live-view. Night shooting or long exposures can make it more important. Also, if there is a strong light source from the back of the camera, it can also become more important.

So, you are partially correct.


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Aug 02, 2012 18:31 |  #1627

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Aug 02, 2012 18:40 |  #1629

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which of these is a better crop do you think?

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Aug 03, 2012 15:02 |  #1631

My posts must be invisible these last 2 pages :*( or just bad..


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Aug 03, 2012 15:58 as a reply to  @ hyogen's post |  #1632

@KY

looks like a refreshing afternoon by the pool !

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Aug 03, 2012 18:11 |  #1633

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Aug 04, 2012 00:35 |  #1634
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Checking it out:

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Aug 04, 2012 10:54 as a reply to  @ ScubaDude's post |  #1635

Great shots everyone! Looks like everyone has been having a great time photographing. I have unfortunately have been busy, and the weather has just been horrible here in Alaska. But I am glad to be back home :)


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