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Sep 10, 2015 08:08 |  #12166

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I want to see you on the skateboard Rose!!! Great captures by the way.

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Sep 10, 2015 08:53 |  #12167

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Well I don't like the fact it's a creepy crawlie ߘ, but aside from jokes, I'm wondering if the branch or whatever in the background is so similar in colour to the spider, that it detracts from the spider being centre of attention? The left rear leg of the spider is close to the branch, and the branch almost appears as an extension of the spider?

Agreed. I would try burning the branch a bit to differentiate it from the spider.


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Sep 10, 2015 09:16 as a reply to  @ post 17701261 |  #12168

Thank you.

Yes Rose the last ones of this season.


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Sep 10, 2015 11:30 |  #12169

Still love my 70D.

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Sep 10, 2015 11:38 |  #12170

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Still love my 70D.


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Sep 10, 2015 11:40 |  #12171

I love my 70D - its an "all-rounder"
>rant< but I find it frustrating that Canon has not once updated the firmware nor acknowledged any issues, such as that wide-spread wide aperture focus issue, or the freeze issues, etc. I had the freeze issue once (Hokie - you too if I remember... been so long I forget what it was about... taking out the battery fixed it). All in all most of our 70D's have been trouble free. Its just sad when Canon makes so many sales on an item but neglects further R&D on it... >/rant<



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Sep 10, 2015 12:08 |  #12172

Nightfire wrote in post #17702248 (external link)
Still love my 70D.


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Sep 10, 2015 12:09 |  #12173

Immaculens wrote in post #17702263 (external link)
I love my 70D - its an "all-rounder"
>rant< but I find it frustrating that Canon has not once updated the firmware nor acknowledged any issues, such as that wide-spread wide aperture focus issue, or the freeze issues, etc. I had the freeze issue once (Hokie - you too if I remember... been so long I forget what it was about... taking out the battery fixed it). All in all most of our 70D's have been trouble free. Its just sad when Canon makes so many sales on an item but neglects further R&D on it... >/rant<

Agreed, from start to finish.

That still plagues me occasionally and I can't figure out what triggers it. Sometimes it requires a battery pull plus some love taps to 'free up' the accelerometer. I'm guessing it's something I should have sent in for warranty repair but it is so intermittent they may not even get it to happen.

Personally I'm extremely disappointed there has been NO firmware update on this camera. They're telling us it's perfect, full stop. On the plus side, it mostly is. Doubt I'll ever outgrow it and until it dies or I come into enough money to go full frame as an amateur (...and that is laughable...), it will be my camera for a very long time to come.


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Sep 10, 2015 13:00 |  #12174

Just out of curiosity, anyone of you guys with the 70D using the 16-35L f/4 IS? If so, any sample photos? Thanks! :)


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Sep 10, 2015 19:08 |  #12175

Lots to go through from today. This Red Tail was too far away for a good resolution shot, so I went the other way with it instead of tryi.g to sharpen.

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Sep 10, 2015 19:25 |  #12176

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Lots to go through from today. This Red Tail was too far away for a good resolution shot, so I went the other way with it instead of tryi.g to sharpen.

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Great processing choice, Will. Very painterly ! :-)


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Sep 10, 2015 19:31 as a reply to  @ hammer418's post |  #12177

Thanks Mike - that's what I was going for



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Sep 10, 2015 20:41 |  #12178

hammer418 wrote in post #17702788 (external link)
Great processing choice, Will. Very painterly ! :-)

I said this exact sentence in my head as I looked at it. Are you in my mind? :lol:


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Sep 10, 2015 20:51 |  #12179

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I said this exact sentence in my head as I looked at it. Are you in my mind? :lol:

As a steam-enterer of the Buddhist philosophy, I'm in everyone's mind .... just like everyone is in mine.
.... and no, I'm not joking. :-)


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Sep 10, 2015 21:05 |  #12180

hammer418 wrote in post #17702852 (external link)
As a steam-enterer of the Buddhist philosophy, I'm in everyone's mind .... just like everyone is in mine.
.... and no, I'm not joking. :-)

That's great. I just started reading The Heart of the Buddha's Teaching by Thich Nhat Hanh :lol:


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