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Jan 15, 2015 17:28 |  #6451

Great work in here All :)

FINALLY managed to get out at high tide for half an hour!!

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Jan 15, 2015 19:16 |  #6452

Everybody posting in this thread is killing it lately! Every time I check the new posts, they are always awesome shots! Keep it up!


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Jan 15, 2015 19:28 |  #6453

an older one, B+W 10-stop

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Jan 15, 2015 20:35 |  #6454

Just received my foundation kit, a few grads and Big Stopper today. Headed to the coast tomorrow. Super excited! :-D


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Jan 15, 2015 21:46 as a reply to  @ theague's post |  #6455

Kody Hi, I very much love this image.
I am puzzled as to why you have used ISO 50 in your camera settings could you of not of kept your ISO at 100 and compensated for more light with a different exposure time as you were in bulb setting ?
Do you not loose some dynamic range at ISO 50 ? I always thought that ISO 50 is there for when you really only need to use it and it is not a true ISO setting.
Sorry for the questions but am just curious and just got me now thinking I should experiment more with this hardly ever used setting.




  
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Jan 15, 2015 21:51 |  #6456

Hey PCousins,

I didn't know any better at the time :) I was just trying to get the longest exposure I could with the daylight conditions.


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Jan 16, 2015 06:24 |  #6457

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Kody Hi, I very much love this image.
I am puzzled as to why you have used ISO 50 in your camera settings could you of not of kept your ISO at 100 and compensated for more light with a different exposure time as you were in bulb setting ?
Do you not loose some dynamic range at ISO 50 ? I always thought that ISO 50 is there for when you really only need to use it and it is not a true ISO setting.
Sorry for the questions but am just curious and just got me now thinking I should experiment more with this hardly ever used setting.

This gets debated a lot...and in my shooting experiences with my 5DII, ISO 50 doesn't seem to be that much different when it comes to dynamic range, but I shoot in RAW so it really isn't affected, at least that I can tell.

But I will say this...ISO 50 does two things for me...doubles my exposure, and when I want to go from 2 to 4 minutes without adding a filter...thats the best way to do it...but more importantly, is the lack of noise at ISO 50. My images on really extended exposures are so much cleaner at ISO 50. Those two things alone, make it a tool I can't live without doing LE.

Its there...its another tool available to you...use it...thats how I see it.


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Jan 16, 2015 07:04 |  #6458

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90 Seconds, ISO 50.

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Jan 16, 2015 08:16 |  #6459

TRhoads wrote in post #17385072 (external link)
This gets debated a lot...and in my shooting experiences with my 5DII, ISO 50 doesn't seem to be that much different when it comes to dynamic range, but I shoot in RAW so it really isn't affected, at least that I can tell.

But I will say this...ISO 50 does two things for me...doubles my exposure, and when I want to go from 2 to 4 minutes without adding a filter...thats the best way to do it...but more importantly, is the lack of noise at ISO 50. My images on really extended exposures are so much cleaner at ISO 50. Those two things alone, make it a tool I can't live without doing LE.

Its there...its another tool available to you...use it...thats how I see it.

This has been my experience on the 5D3 as well. Before I had as many filters as I do now, I was able to extend exposure time with iso 50 with great results.

Excellent blue hour shot, Travis!


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Jan 16, 2015 08:25 |  #6460

Travis, first of all AMAZING shot!. Secondly thanks for posting about ISO 50. Up until now I avoided it like the plague but reading this has made me realise I should give it a try, for lower noise long exposures if nothing else


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Jan 16, 2015 11:05 as a reply to  @ TRhoads's post |  #6461

Thank you TRhoads for answering my question. With the bodies I use....... to select ISO 50 I need to go into a custom function. Because of this you tend to forget it's there. I never used it because I always had it in the back of my mind that you loose some dynamic range.
The advantages you have listed is more than a good enough reason to experiment with. The English weather is not looking good for the nest week. But When it clears up I hope to get to the seaside and try this. I hope to post a few images to show the results, Again many thanks for the explanation.......Paul




  
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Jan 16, 2015 11:14 |  #6462

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This has been my experience on the 5D3 as well. Before I had as many filters as I do now, I was able to extend exposure time with iso 50 with great results.

Excellent blue hour shot, Travis!

Thanks. I have more filters than I need really, I can combine all day long, but really prefer to shoot with 1 if I can. So, I will use the tools I have to make that happen...

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Travis, first of all AMAZING shot!. Secondly thanks for posting about ISO 50. Up until now I avoided it like the plague but reading this has made me realise I should give it a try, for lower noise long exposures if nothing else

Thanks so much, I really appreciate that.

ISO 50 is not the plague...the fear mongering about it is all internet forum hearsay if you ask me...same goes for pushed/pulled ISO IMO...if its there, and it will help get the shot...I wil use it!

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Thank you TRhoads for answering my question. With the bodies I use....... to select ISO 50 I need to go into a custom function. Because of this you tend to forget it's there. I never used it because I always had it in the back of my mind that you loose some dynamic range.
The advantages you have listed is more than a good enough reason to experiment with. The English weather is not looking good for the nest week. But When it clears up I hope to get to the seaside and try this. I hope to post a few images to show the results, Again many thanks for the explanation.......Paul

If it is a Canon, you should be able to make those pushed ISO's show up on your main menu so that you don't have to get to them the hard way.


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Jan 16, 2015 12:21 |  #6463

TRhoads wrote in post #17385511 (external link)
If it is a Canon, you should be able to make those pushed ISO's show up on your main menu so that you don't have to get to them the hard way.

Yes I have 3 canon Bodies, and you are right :-)I Just checked the Manual for the 1ds3......It says.....

"Register: The highest ISO speed can be registered within 100 to H (3200), and the lowest ISO speed can be registered within L (50) to 1600. After entering the settings, select [Apply].
If the highest ISO speed H (3200) and the lowest ISO speed L (50) are registered, it will be the same as "ISO speed expansion".


Cheers.....Just looking forward to trying now......Paul




  
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Jan 16, 2015 12:36 |  #6464

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90 Seconds, ISO 50.

Great! Now I want to go back to BBP. Thanks! ;)


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Jan 16, 2015 12:42 |  #6465

PCousins wrote in post #17385589 (external link)
Yes I have 3 canon Bodies, and you are right :-)I Just checked the Manual for the 1ds3......It says.....

"Register: The highest ISO speed can be registered within 100 to H (3200), and the lowest ISO speed can be registered within L (50) to 1600. After entering the settings, select [Apply].
If the highest ISO speed H (3200) and the lowest ISO speed L (50) are registered, it will be the same as "ISO speed expansion".


Cheers.....Just looking forward to trying now......Paul

doh...I should have checked your signature line...replying in a group of quotes I wasn't noticing that...and now that non-canon folks are finding POTN..you never know.

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Great! Now I want to go back to BBP. Thanks! ;)

Thanks...yeah, me too. But I think I am going to the other side of the country this time...Seattle, I am sure I can find some LE subjects there!

BTW...does anyone know how to make the multi quote "worK"...I can't get it to dump them all into one post...or find where it stashes them...


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