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Sep 19, 2013 08:46 |  #901

It should work.


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Sep 19, 2013 09:11 |  #902

Compatibility was just added to the newly released LR5.2 in the last few days. I don't think LR4 has support for the 70D.


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Sep 19, 2013 09:18 |  #903

try to download the camera raw 8.2 or the DNG converter 8.2.


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Sep 19, 2013 09:45 |  #904

New lens practice. I wanted a 'bird' lens for the Canon platform...hard decisions to make in this venue. Fast and long are givens but how fast, how long? Then there is frequency of use; I don't live in an area known (to me at least) for a huge variety and that translated into a lens I hope won't be limited to just birds-always a compromise photography is. So I chose a Sigma (my 5th Sigma by the way) and this is the first test shots with the 70D:

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Sep 19, 2013 09:55 |  #905

ct1co2 wrote in post #16308836 (external link)
Are the RAW files able to be worked in LR4? I thought I saw they were not compatible.

No, not yet. Hope they come out with an update for LR4 soon.


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Sep 19, 2013 13:56 |  #906

My daughter Rachel rang me at work this afternoon and said "Dad - I got you a caterpillar! And it pooped on my hand!!!"

Fortunately, by the time I had gotten home, said cat' was in a tub on a leaf waiting for the lens, and the poop had been duly disposed of!

So here it is, facing forward.

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Camera Maker: Canon
Camera Model: Canon EOS 70D
Lens: EF100mm f/2.8 Macro USM
Image Date: 2013-09-19 18:51:17 +0000
Focal Length: 100mm
Aperture: f/9.0
Exposure Time: 0.0050 s (1/200)
ISO equiv: 200
Exposure Bias: none
Metering Mode: Matrix
Exposure: Manual
Exposure Mode: Manual
White Balance: Auto
Flash Fired: Yes (Auto, return light detected)
Orientation: Normal
Color Space: sRGB
GPS Coordinate: undefined, undefined
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Sep 19, 2013 14:03 |  #907

Paul, I am a big fan of your macros but that is one ugly bug! Nice work.


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Sep 19, 2013 14:05 |  #908

MikeDee wrote in post #16309541 (external link)
Paul, I am a big fan of your macros but that is one ugly bug! Nice work.


Cheers Mike, heheh :)

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Sep 19, 2013 14:22 |  #909

Paul..wow.. thanks for always showing the exif,it really helps me (newb). Love your work .


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Sep 19, 2013 14:59 |  #910

kurrious wrote in post #16309587 (external link)
Paul..wow.. thanks for always showing the exif,it really helps me (newb). Love your work .

You're welcome. I believe that exif is very useful - it can be used for help & knowledge (and ignored if you don't need to read it).


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Sep 19, 2013 16:06 |  #911

Immaculens wrote in post #16308322 (external link)
I think you will also appreciate the process of greening greens in Lr by going into Hue => and increase the yellow. I like the effect on greens when doing this. Additionally like Vinz I increase green saturation but also slightly Decrease Luminance to make the greens darker. Season to taste :cool:

The 'Hue' thing works IF there are no other dominant yellows in your shot that do 'need' to remain yellow...

OHHHHHHHHHHHH.... More tricks. Thanks for that tip!

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Sep 19, 2013 17:37 |  #912

Ranger187 wrote in post #16307917 (external link)
2. I purposely used that shutter speed. ISO I think was on auto. Handheld. I could correct it in LR. I just don't care enough to do so. ;)

Wouldn't I have lost detail at a higher ISO or is that only a real concern in low light situations?

You really needed a tripod for this shot. You were right in picking a slower shutter to blur the water, but it's still not slow enough.
This is a difficult shot because of the bright highlights in the water fall and the dark surroundings. Your best bet would be to shoot at ISO 100 and expose to the right, but don't blow your highlights. Then the good ISO 100 data will let you push the dark shadows.
Play with shutter speeds to see what you like. Too fast and it's still to "choppy". Too slow and it just turns into blur with no detail of movement. I would start at around half a second.


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Sep 19, 2013 17:41 |  #913

-MountainDog- wrote in post #16310009 (external link)
You really needed a tripod for this shot. You were right in picking a slower shutter to blur the water, but it's still not slow enough.
This is a difficult shot because of the bright highlights in the water fall and the dark surroundings. Your best bet would be to shoot at ISO 100 and expose to the right, but don't blow your highlights. Then the good ISO 100 data will let you push the dark shadows.
Play with shutter speeds to see what you like. Too fast and it's still to "choppy". Too slow and it just turns into blur with no detail of movement. I would start at around half a second.

In all honesty.....

I was hiking 30 miles with 12lbs of water, 30lbs of gear and It was 100% humidity. I had to keep the camera in the bag most of the time. I could care less how it turned out. It was a HIKING trip. I just had the camera with me.

I had a ND filter and everything in the car.

But thanks for the suggestion. ;)


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Sep 19, 2013 17:54 |  #914

with the 17-55 handheld 0.3sec shutterspeed, liveview touch shutter.

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Sep 19, 2013 19:28 |  #915

Still want to sell it? :)


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