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Sep 16, 2013 22:34 |  #826

Ooops,... forgot the other shot where I increased the speed of the shutter. Noticed how it got darker,... that's tells me something like I need to do something to let more light in. Guess I'm tired. Need to lights out,... early day tomorrow. Yellow Submarine!


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Sep 17, 2013 07:39 |  #827

Yes, you are correct, the faster the shutter the less exposure time the sensor has to light, so to keep the same level of exposure when using a faster shutter you have to compensate in some other way, either be making the aperture larger (smaller number) or by increasing ISO.

As far as shooting notes go...all modern digital cameras, like your 70D, embed the settings used into metadata called EXIF data that is part of your image file. If you press the "info" button a couple of times while looking at the pics in your camera it will show you all of the settings along with a histogram. If you are using windows, you can also right click and go to properties on an image file from your camera, then click on the details tab.

No need to keep shooting notes unless your class requires it, the camera does it all for you for every image!


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Sep 17, 2013 08:09 |  #828

Eric, think of the effect you want, then go from there. that way you'll become more creative. that's why it's really important to fully understand the use of the trilogy(aperture, shutterspeed and ISO) and it's trade offs.

LIke shutterspeed, you can use it to brighten up the images but if you're handholding the camera or your subject is moving, you cannot go down by much. you have to try with aperture to compensate. if you are already in your lens widest aperture, your last hope is ISO. or use flash.

keep practicing or at least that camera simulator when you're in your computer.

if you don't have a flash yet, make it next in the list.


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Sep 17, 2013 08:30 |  #829

Vinz, I thought you were keeping the 17-55? What are you going to have for wide end?


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Sep 17, 2013 08:41 |  #830

i love it but i wish i could use it for my 5D as well. for some portrait, events and wedding receptions 24-105 is wide and long enough for me, i'm using flash anyway on those ocassions so F4 is not a problem.

if i want to shoot landscape, 24 is wider in FF than 17 in crop so for landscape i can use the 5D.

what's your thought?


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Sep 17, 2013 09:16 |  #831

vinmunoz wrote in post #16303433 (external link)
i love it but i wish i could use it for my 5D as well. for some portrait, events and wedding receptions 24-105 is wide and long enough for me, i'm using flash anyway on those ocassions so F4 is not a problem.

if i want to shoot landscape, 24 is wider in FF than 17 in crop so for landscape i can use the 5D.

what's your thought?

Ah, the 24-105 isn't in your sig. I see your point there. I like my 17-55, but I don't have to worry about EF compatiblity.


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Sep 17, 2013 10:38 |  #832

eric have you looked at any of the Oben tripods . this D&S is pretty heavy if your going to be walking around with it




  
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Sep 17, 2013 14:35 |  #833

Importing now......

One of the shots from last night.

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Sep 17, 2013 15:13 |  #834

vinmunoz wrote in post #16303433 (external link)
,...if i want to shoot landscape, 24 is wider in FF than 17 in crop so for landscape i can use the 5D.

or consider waiting for a used 18-55 STM...


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Sep 17, 2013 15:15 |  #835

Immaculens wrote in post #16304452 (external link)
or consider waiting for a used 18-55 STM...

No one seems to be selling them...probably because they are all worth keeping. BLAST!


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Sep 17, 2013 15:17 |  #836

Ranger187 wrote in post #16304345 (external link)
Importing now......

One of the shots from last night.

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HDR? In Camera?

So my findings with a +-3 HDR Yesterday were really not all that great. Using it handheld with the auto image align enabled, I couldn't really tell any noticeable difference between the pic and a properly exposed pic, and the sharpness suffered greatly, assuming because the auto image align isn't perfect.


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Sep 17, 2013 15:18 |  #837

I never do HDR at night.


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Sep 17, 2013 15:21 |  #838

Ranger, I think I'd crop out more foreground and try to get more attention to the stars in the background....cool shot though...reminds me of my mortality.


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Sep 17, 2013 15:22 |  #839

Ranger187 wrote in post #16304482 (external link)
I never do HDR at night.

Very nice shot, something about the lighting looks HDR-ish, and since you have EXIF off, I couldn't tell if it was a long exposure, HDR, or both.


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Sep 17, 2013 15:24 |  #840

My EXIF isn't off.

F3.5 ISO 1600. 8 sec exposure. Let me check permissions.

My other shots are better than the above IMO. Posting on Flickr in a bit.


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