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Feb 14, 2013 21:26 |  #106

I was born and raised in KC. Came here with the Army and settled here 20 some years ago. You would be surprized how many Chiefs fans live here and Dallas fans. Of course life got more interesting now that we have the OKC Thunder here.

I will do some experimenting with ISO but I really dont even know the camera yet. If I am not mistaken early in this thread someone posted a full array of ISO examples though. Look for posts from arcangel6




  
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Feb 18, 2013 18:13 |  #107

mastertech01 wrote in post #15607591 (external link)
I hope enthusiasm for this camera picks up. 2 pages isnt exactly what I would have expected after this much time in the market.
Thanks to those whom have contributed so far.

Looking forward to more too!

I've enjoyed the photos posted, and appreciate the links to others...excellent camera, used by great photographers.


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Feb 19, 2013 11:50 |  #108

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Feb 21, 2013 10:25 |  #109

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Feb 21, 2013 12:30 |  #110

Great pic, some nice gear.


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Feb 23, 2013 04:51 |  #111

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My new "mini" landscape setup...

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Canon G15 + Canon 58mm Filter Adapter + Hoya Pro 1 Digital CPL + Cokin 58mm Step Ring + Cokin Z Pro Filter System + HiTech 0.9 H.E. (hard edge) GND Filter... Shooting the cityscape of downtown Los Angeles with this setup... Final image to follow...

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This is awesome!

I pulled the trigger on the G15 but am rethinking it already even though the camera hasn't arrived yet.
On my G9 I have used the night portrait mode often and it works well. I noticed Canon has removed over half the scene selections from the G12. Anyones thoughts on this would be good to know.

Great shots in this thread are really making me want the 15!


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Feb 24, 2013 10:15 |  #112

My wife use the G15 at the Cleveland Orchid show this weekend. No tripods allowed and available light only.


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Feb 24, 2013 14:16 |  #113

New G15 owner and new to photography in general. Thought I would try taking some photos of my daughter's volleyball game a couple weeks ago. Lighting in the gym is dizmal at best, but I was able to freeze the action at the expense of a darker image. I used Tv = 400. I didn't think using the flash would be acceptable from a distance and distraction perspective to the players/spectators. Thoughts on how to make the photo brighter would be appreciated.


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Feb 24, 2013 14:49 |  #114

Svenster80 wrote in post #15647243 (external link)
New G15 owner and new to photography in general. Thought I would try taking some photos of my daughter's volleyball game a couple weeks ago. Lighting in the gym is dizmal at best, but I was able to freeze the action at the expense of a darker image. I used Tv = 400. I didn't think using the flash would be acceptable from a distance and distraction perspective to the players/spectators. Thoughts on how to make the photo brighter would be appreciated.

I downloaded your image and edited it in Picasa. Basically corrected white balance, added some Fill Light and Highlights, plus a little Sharpening.

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Feb 24, 2013 16:46 |  #115

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I downloaded your image and edited it in Picasa. Basically corrected white balance, added some Fill Light and Highlights, plus a little Sharpening.

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Well that truly makes a difference. Thanks Dennis. I have not ventured into the processing software yet, other than opening the programs up that came with the G15. Amazing that you were able to really brighten up the pictures so much. Now I'll need to look at Picasa. So much to learn, but I'm starting with the camera first so I can understand what does what and why.




  
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Feb 24, 2013 18:20 as a reply to  @ Svenster80's post |  #116

I chose Picasa because you are a beginner, and Picasa is free. I also have Lightroom and Photoshop Elements 10. However, most of my quick fixes are with Picasa so I can share with friends and family for a few via email, and larger groups via Picasa web albums. It's easy, and Picasa editor is more helpful than it was a few years ago. To "fix" your photo took about 15 seconds.

If you plan to purchase editing software, I would recommend Photoshop Elements latest edition - #11. Others will suggest Lightroom and/or the full version of Photoshop. There are some learning curves to all the software, but Picasa is the lowest, and Elements would be next, in my estimation. Don't be afraid to also play with the Canon supplied software, especially when processing RAW files. You should start learning about it using the free Canon tutorials.

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Feb 24, 2013 20:06 |  #117

Thank you Dennis. You have helped me.
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Mar 02, 2013 21:50 |  #118

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Mar 04, 2013 20:12 |  #120

Otohpwoot hp thanks for showing our work!


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