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Apr 24, 2013 21:09 as a reply to  @ post 15862497 |  #256

Candids taken with the 22mm f2

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Apr 25, 2013 05:41 |  #257

nubu wrote in post #15862473 (external link)
Dear therobveiller! If you still have your raw I am sure that I could recover the colors (denoting mineralogy of the different areas imaged) that are hidden in them (if well exposed). I pumped the saturation to the max in dpp and exported as 16 bit TIFF. Here I created a second layer that was unscharp masked with a large radius to reduce the huge light differences over the moon. another layer produced out of it was again increased in saturation and then filtered for color noise. This layer was combined with the others only for color. finaly after everything was flattened I shifted the blue and independently the red channel a few pioxels up or down, respectively to correct for the chromatic refraction in the atmosphere.... Whith experience (I am professional astronomer) this takes only a few minutes.

Thanks for the fascinating insight Nubu. I will give your methods a try when I get time (I have CS6 so understand your methodology). I'm a firm believer that the best way to learn is to try it yourself with suitable guidance rather than let someone do the work for you, but thanks for the offer.
If you are an astronomer, have you tried any multi-shot nebula or milky-way photographs using the Eos-M and Deep Sky Stacker (assuming that's what you use for preference)? I'm sure we'd all love to see some of those shots on this forum. Indeed, have you used the M on any telescopes? I also now understand why you have the very nice (and expensive piece of glass) - envy is not a great asset to have, but I'm envious :)




  
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Apr 25, 2013 07:36 |  #258

That process worked a dream Nubu - thanks. Result below from the same RAW as the original posting. I need some refinement in my technique, but pleased with the result from a quick play.


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Apr 25, 2013 12:02 as a reply to  @ post 15862497 |  #259

Good Quality. Very Sharp. Only focus slow. When use adapter for EF Lens, I feel camera body hot & some noise. May be use a lot of power for non stop focus.

First Photo take from EF M 18-55
Second Photo take from EF 17-40L


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Apr 26, 2013 06:58 as a reply to  @ therobveiller's post |  #260

Great! Happy that you tried it... No, I did and will not do longer integrations with the m since this is quite timeconsuming without the use of a programmable remote control or tethered shooting. Both not really possible with the m. I use for this a modified 5DII with removed IR block filter replaced by one leaving H alpha through. But to connect it to a telescope to imagre moon, sun or Jupiter, Saturn should be nice both in videomode as well as its multi images mode. Will give it a try and post some images! Promised.


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Apr 26, 2013 15:51 |  #261

drew wrote in post #15600206 (external link)
I have a 7D... and I can still miss my kids.

I have a 7D..... sold one of my kids for it

I still miss him to :D




  
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Apr 26, 2013 23:10 |  #262

Ironically the only reason I got excited over the news of the "re-launch" of the EOS-M with some new cameras was because it means the price of this one will go down :)

I don't know if I have the patience to wait for that though...


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Apr 27, 2013 07:03 |  #263

This camera is amazing!

with the 100 IS L , handhelded, only stabilized with the strap
fullframes, no crops

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ItCFY_s_100-100@100_1^200_8.0_I400​_OS_M_SF_LV_FLX-Si_42C_EOS M_EF100mm f2.8L Macro IS (external link)

someone has to start with, this is an onboard HDR of the frog, also handhelded, the 'm takes 3 pictures and ' calculates' a new one,
unfortunately the configuration is limited

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.. from this image

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Apr 30, 2013 11:53 as a reply to  @ oldgear's post |  #264

EOS M + M ADAPTER + 70-300L


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Apr 30, 2013 12:22 |  #265
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Nice lacerta :-)


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Apr 30, 2013 14:33 |  #266

Couple from last night using the kit EF-M 18-55 lens. Carefully tweaked to keep those very vivid colours within sRGB gamut - just about managed to keep 95% in. Oddly enough it's mostly the very dark blues that clip one colour component at black level in sRGB rather than the more obvious bright colours.


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Apr 30, 2013 14:36 |  #267

And I couldn't resist the raking angle of the late evening sun across the brickwork here. Picks out the mortar joints wonderfully. Again, kit EF-M 18-55 lens.


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Apr 30, 2013 19:35 as a reply to  @ therobveiller's post |  #268

Manhattan, New York City
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Apr 30, 2013 20:30 |  #269

I just sold my T2i :) Hopefully the price will drop on the now "old" EOS-M soon... I'd feel foolish picking it up now with the release of the new one so close... only because I don't need it right now.


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May 02, 2013 03:26 |  #270

nekrosoft13 wrote in post #15883074 (external link)
Nice lacerta :-)

Thankyou!

some with the 22 pany

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'actionshot' :)
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