Very nice Gus!
Post edited over 3 years ago by ancientone80.
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I just thought this was hilarious!
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Aug 30, 2015 12:04 as a reply to @ wisv1k's post |
hilarious & corny at the same time!
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ejenner wrote in post #17688135
I've already posted this pic in a couple of places, but I thought I'd add it here as an example of the 7D2 at ISO3200. I just printed this 16x20 and it looks pretty darn good. I'd say that the much nicer noise character (finer, less splotchy than 7D, 5DIII etc..), which has been mentioned before, definitely helps when printing.
Full res version in flickr.
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/xZJso8 Female Broad-Tailed Hummingbird by Edward Jenner, on Flickr
digital paradise wrote in post #17689155
Nice prop blur. That is one thing on my bucket list I have not put some serious effort into. Next on my list.
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Lester Wareham wrote in post #17687265
Love the first shot, great eyeline between the two.
Last shot is great too, loving the strong perspective and low angle here.
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Post edited over 3 years ago by digital paradise.
cutwater wrote in post #17689159
It's not easy, especially with a camera that does better with higher shutter speeds. My 5D3 does prop blur easier, but 8-10 fps is much better
I have thre 5D3 as well so I'll have to try both. I tried this quickly once and it seemed like I could not get good blur unless I shot at 1/160. I like 1/250 better.
Aug 30, 2015 21:02 as a reply to @ digital paradise's post |
cutwater wrote in post #17689271
I think it depends on prop rpm and angle to subject as well - there is some blur at 1/320 sometimes, but 1/125 - 1/250 seem to work best
I had read 1/320 was about the fastest you could shoot. As simple as it sounds I never considered prop speed. No two would be exactly the same. I would have never thought of angle. Thanks for the info.
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