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Mar 21, 2015 18:14 |  #4426

More sports photos.

From the basketball game Thursday night.

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Edit: Burnett, you want a high ISO shot. The shot below was taken at 16,000 with noise reduction done in LR5. In the sports section, the exif data shown is 12,800 because there is not 16,000 option in the drop down box.

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Mar 22, 2015 05:20 |  #4427

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Great shots.

Thanks hummingbird.

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Mar 22, 2015 07:21 |  #4428

Gus, a Slant-faced Grasshopper=how cool is that! BUT the Tiger, now that is just freaking beyond words; not only a fantastic image but a reminder that you are quite insane and to never go on a photo shoot with you-with a macro? I'm still shaking my head.
Anyway, after 5 months of rain/snow/sleet/ice fog we decided to take a break and drove to the coast for a day of sunshine. The grey overcast skies followed me but for a moment I got to shoot against blue.
A big thanks to PhotoHunter---I made it to the art gallery but it was 20 min's to 9p.m. Why was I so late? Because I stood beside a tripod from sunup for 6 hours, got back to the room for a nap and woke up at 8 :( Wanted to say thanks in person-

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Mar 22, 2015 09:12 |  #4429

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #17486354 (external link)
Gus, a Slant-faced Grasshopper=how cool is that! BUT the Tiger, now that is just freaking beyond words; not only a fantastic image but a reminder that you are quite insane and to never go on a photo shoot with you-with a macro? I'm still shaking my head.

Thanks Robert, I actually started of with the camera outstretched on the monopod with the 17-55 f/2.8 on it, live view engaged and the remote trigger to try and get a close up of the snake, but he was such a good, well behaved boy I just couldn't resist getting the macro out and going old school, besides, I had company and he had a stick ready to shoo him off if he started to get feisty :lol:

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Mar 22, 2015 13:09 as a reply to  @ post 17456138 |  #4430

They all looks good to me :-)


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Mar 22, 2015 16:35 |  #4431

Playing around in the backyard with a 200mm F 2/8 a friend lent me to possibly use on a remote at a baseball game. Took a couple of photos of Lacie, my aging Rhodesian Ridgeback, with and without a 2X III extender on it.

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Mar 22, 2015 20:23 |  #4432

McNeese72 wrote in post #17485720 (external link)
More sports photos.

From the basketball game Thursday night.

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Edit: Burnett, you want a high ISO shot. The shot below was taken at 16,000 with noise reduction done in LR5. In the sports section, the exif data shown is 12,800 because there is not 16,000 option in the drop down box.

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Can you comment on your experience observing and working with higher ISO 6400 and above between your 7dc and new 7d II.? (relative to maintaining details vs noise and noise reduction)




  
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Mar 22, 2015 20:46 |  #4433

gschlact wrote in post #17487307 (external link)
Doc,
Can you comment on your experience observing and working with higher ISO 6400 and above between your 7dc and new 7d II.? (relative to maintaining details vs noise and noise reduction)

All, I can say that is the noise with 7D II seems to clean up easier than it did with the 7Dc. I can't quantify it, it just seems like the noise is different somehow and cleans up easier. That, and I've gotten little better at doing it.

I'm definitely no expert though.


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Mar 22, 2015 23:02 as a reply to  @ McNeese72's post |  #4434

some more street photography with a 7d2

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Mar 22, 2015 23:27 |  #4435

I took this photo before sunset, but it was still pretty dark. The noise was minimal, especially given that this was shot at 6400 ISO!

These lambs were born just a few minutes prior to the picture. You can still see the umbilical cord too.

Handheld, ƒ/5.6, @400mm, 1/400, ISO 6400.

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Mar 23, 2015 05:59 |  #4436

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #17486354 (external link)
Gus, a Slant-faced Grasshopper=how cool is that! BUT the Tiger, now that is just freaking beyond words; not only a fantastic image but a reminder that you are quite insane and to never go on a photo shoot with you-with a macro? I'm still shaking my head.
Anyway, after 5 months of rain/snow/sleet/ice fog we decided to take a break and drove to the coast for a day of sunshine. The grey overcast skies followed me but for a moment I got to shoot against blue.
A big thanks to PhotoHunter---I made it to the art gallery but it was 20 min's to 9p.m. Why was I so late? Because I stood beside a tripod from sunup for 6 hours, got back to the room for a nap and woke up at 8 :( Wanted to say thanks in person-
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Glad to see you found my eagle family! I figured I didn't see you at the gallery because you forgot your checkbook and didn't want to come without it  :p :-P!

During our brief moment of clear skies Saturday morning, this Yellow-crowned Night Heron made an appearance at the other place I suggested you check out, the Cypress Wetlands.

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Mar 23, 2015 07:47 |  #4437

McNeese72 wrote in post #17487337 (external link)
All, I can say that is the noise with 7D II seems to clean up easier than it did with the 7Dc. I can't quantify it, it just seems like the noise is different somehow and cleans up easier. That, and I've gotten little better at doing it.

I'm definitely no expert though.

The 7D2 has half the photosite read noise of the 7D in quantity, and it is better in quality as well, with less clusters - like a finer grain film. It also has much less salt-and-pepper outlier pixels. There is a lot less banding noise, as well.




  
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Mar 23, 2015 08:34 |  #4438

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They all looks good to me :-)

Thanks Steinn.

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Mar 23, 2015 14:07 |  #4440

McNeese72 wrote in post #17487002 (external link)
Playing around in the backyard with a 200mm F 2/8 a friend lent me to possibly use on a remote at a baseball game. Took a couple of photos of Lacie, my aging Rhodesian Ridgeback, with and without a 2X III extender on it.

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Very nice, the 200/2.8 is an excellent value for money lens, very sharp, fast AF, min focus is a bit long for some uses.


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