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Jul 04, 2015 16:54 |  #331

don't get out with this lens much but enjoy it when I do ~


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Jul 07, 2015 20:52 |  #332

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Jul 07, 2015 21:36 |  #333

I guess its time for my contribution! Just picked up a Dell Venue tablet and had to try it out with the wifi on the 70D. Definitely a fun lens!


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Jul 14, 2015 10:30 |  #334

I just bought this lens two days ago... and took my first steps into ultrawide-land! 10mm really is something that takes time to get used to. When I think I'm in a good position to take a shot I still have a mile to walk when I look trough the viewfinder ;). Even though there is a learning curve I must say I really enjoy it so far! Canon is making some good low budget glass these days. Great lens for the price (€240,- and 25,- cashback!)

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Jul 14, 2015 10:46 |  #335

jeroenw wrote in post #17631251 (external link)
I just bought this lens two days ago... and took my first steps into ultrawide-land! 10mm really is something that takes time to get used to. I must say I really enjoy it so far. Great lens for the price.

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Nice shots!
I like this thread. It's also good for people who have a UWA but aren't quite sure what to shoot with it! Good for ideas!


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Jul 15, 2015 12:28 |  #336

Great lens, inexpensive, light and sharp. Took it on vacation and just shot away.

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Jul 16, 2015 10:18 |  #337

Got this lens for Chrismas but haven't used it a lot. I find it hard to understand how to use wide lenses...there's so much in the frame!!!
Here are some samples, photos taken in Milan EXPO:


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Jul 17, 2015 14:53 |  #338

7D II at ISO 10,000 at a hip-hop dance battle. I was primarily shooting with my 7Dc + Sigma 18-35 f/1.8, but when I saw this guy goin' ham, I was quick to reach for my 7D II on the floor in front of me (I was sitting on the floor), tilt the camera back towards me, aiming up, and rattle off a few frames and 10 FPS. Quite honestly.. I got really lucky with this one. I would love some feedback/constructive criticism though - let me hear it!


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Jul 17, 2015 14:54 |  #339

Lets see some funky distortion shots (-:

Get close to your pets or snap some architecture from weird angles :twisted:


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Jul 17, 2015 15:11 |  #340

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7D II at ISO 10,000 at a hip-hop dance battle. I was primarily shooting with my 7Dc + Sigma 18-35 f/1.8, but when I saw this guy goin' ham, I was quick to reach for my 7D II on the floor in front of me (I was sitting on the floor), tilt the camera back towards me, aiming up, and rattle off a few frames and 10 FPS. Quite honestly.. I got really lucky with this one. I would love some feedback/constructive criticism though - let me hear it!

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It seems too noisy for ISO 10,000. It looks like you did too much post processing to lighten up a dark image.

Here it is after running it through Noiseware.


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Jul 17, 2015 15:13 |  #341

msowsun wrote in post #17634818 (external link)
It seems too noisy for ISO 10,000. It looks like you did too much post processing to lighten up a dark image.

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Holy @#$%. How'd you do that? To be honest though, I sort of liked the grainy look, but thanks for showing me what it looks like cleaned up. I'd really love to know how you did that though...

If the JPG turned out that well, I'm really curious how the RAW file would clean up and how much detail I'd end up losing. HMMMM


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Aressem wrote in post #17634821 (external link)
Holy @#$%. How'd you do that? To be honest though, I sort of liked the grainy look, but thanks for showing me what it looks like cleaned up. I'd really love to know how you did that though...

If the JPG turned out that well, I'm really curious how the RAW file would clean up and how much detail I'd end up losing. HMMMM

RAW would of course be better but even a jpg should not have that much noise if it is properly exposed in the first place.

I used "Noiseware" from "Imagenomic" and it is just one simple click to remove the noise: https://www.imagenomic​.com …ad.aspx?product​=noiseware (external link)

The older "Community" version is still free I believe.


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Jul 17, 2015 15:32 |  #343

msowsun wrote in post #17634826 (external link)
RAW would of course be better but even a jpg should not have that much noise if it is properly exposed in the first place.

I used "Noiseware" from "Imagenomic" and it is just one simple click to remove the noise: https://www.imagenomic​.com …ad.aspx?product​=noiseware (external link)

The older "Community" version is still free I believe.

Quite honestly, I don't think the noise is 'that' bad, considering it was shot at ISO 10,000. I shoot in manual and check with my histogram constantly. The exposure was bang on.

EDIT: I did pull the shadows now that I think back to when I edited this image. That could be it....?


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Jul 17, 2015 16:02 |  #344

Aressem wrote in post #17634835 (external link)
Quite honestly, I don't think the noise is 'that' bad, considering it was shot at ISO 10,000. I shoot in manual and check with my histogram constantly. The exposure was bang on.

EDIT: I did pull the shadows now that I think back to when I edited this image. That could be it....?

Yes, that could be it. Pulling the shadows with a jpeg will introduce lots of noise.


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Jul 17, 2015 16:05 |  #345

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Yes, that could be it. Pulling the shadows with a jpeg will introduce lots of noise.

No no... haha. I edit RAW images; not JPEG. It was just converted to JPEG for the web.


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