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Mar 21, 2013 12:11 |  #4876

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still a crackin' good camera
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So clean at 1600. I dont think I've been able to get similar results - Im sure its my user error.

What metering mode? Did you do any noise reduction? Maybe you ETTR? any help is appreciated, that looks great!


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Mar 21, 2013 12:19 |  #4877

newone757 wrote in post #15739826 (external link)
So clean at 1600. I dont think I've been able to get similar results - Im sure its my user error.

What metering mode? Did you do any noise reduction? Maybe you ETTR? any help is appreciated, that looks great!

To get clean images at high ISO its essential that you dont underexpose.




  
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Mar 21, 2013 12:30 |  #4878

tonylong wrote in post #15738409 (external link)
I'm not familiar with the 28-70 -- are you sure you don't mean the 24-70 f/2.8L?

Old version of 24-70... it's a great lens. We had a few knocking around at my school




  
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Mar 22, 2013 01:33 as a reply to  @ h4ppydaze's post |  #4879

First time trying to post here. I got a 5Dc last December. Amazing camera. I love its `drawbacks`: simple to use, simple menu, controls and settings feel almost like shooting with an old film camera. The quality is such that I am not buying a 6D right now but will buy more lenses instead until I out-growth the 5Dc (probably never).

I have been trying to post some pictures but keep getting rejected. POTN says my files are too large (I have reduced them consistently to about 600k). How can I reduce the size in bytes (I understand the maximum is 150K!) and at the same time keeping the size in pixels? I need some help, please. I am using Faststone. Thanks.

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Mar 22, 2013 01:49 |  #4880

Unexpressive wrote in post #15742111 (external link)
First time trying to post here. I got a 5Dc last December. Amazing camera. I love its `drawbacks`: simple to use, simple menu, controls and settings feel almost like shooting with an old film camera. The quality is such that I am not buying a 6D right now but will buy more lenses instead until I out-growth the 5Dc (probably never).

I have been trying to post some pictures but keep getting rejected. POTN says my files are too large (I have reduced them consistently to about 600k). How can I reduce the size in bytes (I understand the maximum is 150K!) and at the same time keeping the size in pixels? I need some help, please. I am using Faststone. Thanks.

https://lh3.googleuser​content.com …o3h0U/s1024/IMG​_3874a.jpg (external link)

Welcome! I've owned a 5D mark III, two 5DII's and this is my second 5Dc and the 5Dc still puts out amazing images. I think it mostly has to do with the weaker AA screen so it's like a "digital" filmic look.

As for putting the image in, simple. Just copy your link, and embed it between these two things

IMAGE NOT FOUND
IMAGE IS A REDIRECT OR MISSING!
Content warning: NOT AN IMAGE

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Mar 22, 2013 04:31 |  #4881

Unexpressive wrote in post #15742111 (external link)
First time trying to post here. I got a 5Dc last December. Amazing camera. I love its `drawbacks`: simple to use, simple menu, controls and settings feel almost like shooting with an old film camera. The quality is such that I am not buying a 6D right now but will buy more lenses instead until I out-growth the 5Dc (probably never).

I have been trying to post some pictures but keep getting rejected. POTN says my files are too large (I have reduced them consistently to about 600k). How can I reduce the size in bytes (I understand the maximum is 150K!) and at the same time keeping the size in pixels? I need some help, please. I am using Faststone. Thanks.

https://lh3.googleuser​content.com …o3h0U/s1024/IMG​_3874a.jpg (external link)

If you want to post them from a Web "host", just resize them to the POTN limit of 1024 pixels at the "widest". If you upload them from your computer, you also need to use your software to resize to within 150KB in file size!


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Mar 22, 2013 17:15 as a reply to  @ tonylong's post |  #4882

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Mar 22, 2013 21:10 |  #4883

I have been taking a peak to "5D2 owners unite! Discuss and Post Photos!" I have to say...the quality of the pictures of the 5D classic are just as awesome!! Although I think people posting here are more creative.




  
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Mar 22, 2013 22:00 as a reply to  @ Alraes's post |  #4884

Bryan, Tony, thank you very much for the help. I try again now.

IMAGE: https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-yjnAMbD4CLs/UOEML3Z9KjI/AAAAAAAAHL4/E_P4k_2PIJI/s892/IMG_3712b.jpg

Wow...thanks again. It works!



  
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Mar 22, 2013 22:33 |  #4885

goaliejake22 wrote in post #15738401 (external link)
@ eeks, great shot! I agree ^^

on a side note, how do you feel about the 28-70 2.8 L?

The 28-70 f2.8L was the grandfather to the 24-79.

Its big, heavy, and a bit slower compared to the new kids...but having said that...I LOVE IT.

The only caveat, is that it is no longer supported by Canon. If anything goes wrong, you would have to send it to an independent repair facility.

Having said that, I have had mine for a good 5 years now, and in those 5 years, its been on the beach, on the streets of NYC...banged around a race track, taken to car shows...in the studios...

Its a great lens, sharp all the way out to the edges (to my eye anyway). Its a great working focal length for almost everything.


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Mar 22, 2013 22:35 |  #4886

newone757 wrote in post #15739826 (external link)
So clean at 1600. I dont think I've been able to get similar results - Im sure its my user error.

What metering mode? Did you do any noise reduction? Maybe you ETTR? any help is appreciated, that looks great!


Metering was center weighted avg....noise reduction in post (LR4). But, not as much as you would think...

Exposure was key...With my street shooting at night...I do intentionally ETTR. But, in this case, there was great light coming from the window


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Mar 22, 2013 22:37 |  #4887

oh...and thanks for the compliments all...its rare, but once in a while...I get a good shot in...


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Mar 23, 2013 04:23 |  #4888

Double exposures

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Mar 23, 2013 08:09 |  #4889

ahhh how to do that??


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Mar 23, 2013 08:48 |  #4890

+1, stunning love it...


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