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Jan 08, 2016 13:57 as a reply to  @ post 17849906 |  #8266

That's what I gathered ( not the shaky part..:)). Happens to me frequently, too. In this case it didn't matter much, but in less than ideal weather it has cost me some clean images.....




  
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Jan 08, 2016 14:56 |  #8267

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Jan 08, 2016 15:51 as a reply to  @ post 17849776 |  #8268

You have it completely right Larry. The frozen water forces the Eagles and other raptors to the only open ice and LD14 is actually a world renowned location. I think the only other more famous spot is in Alaska. The warm weather we are having has definitely impacted the icing and caused the Eagles to remain more scattered. I live in Des Moines Iowa and I plan on hitting LD 14 in the next year or two. I have a few photog friends that always come back with absolutely outstanding shots from LD14.


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Jan 08, 2016 16:54 |  #8269

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We aren't in the jungle yet.


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Jan 08, 2016 20:41 |  #8270

The Mandarin Duck in its full color!

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And B&W cause i think its looks better

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Jan 08, 2016 20:59 |  #8271

Just a quick test. Maybe someone will find it useless. Lol. 7D2 at ISO51,200 single exposure versus stacking 12 separate exposures. A technique I use for my astrophotography. I decided to see how this would pan out shooting at the ridiculous ISO51,200. In my astrophotography I typically shoot at max ISO1,600. I am impressed. :D

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Jan 08, 2016 21:01 |  #8272

AbPho wrote in post #17850533 (external link)
Just a quick test. Maybe someone will find it useless. Lol. 7D2 at ISO51,200 single exposure versus stacking 12 separate exposures. A technique I use for my astrophotography. I decided to see how this would pan out shooting at the ridiculous ISO51,200. In my astrophotography I typically shoot at max ISO1,600. I am impressed. :D

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Just out of curiosity, you stacking milky way shots? And how?


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Jan 08, 2016 21:07 |  #8273

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Just out of curiosity, you stacking milky way shots? And how?

Take the individual images into photoshop. Each frame is a separate layer. Select all layers. Align (I still align my astro images even though I use a tracker). Select all layers. Convert into smart object (right click on the selected layers and select this option). Select MEDIAN blend mode from LAYERS/SMART OBJECT/STACK MODE pull down menu. That's it. Then rasterize the smart objects (found by right clicking on the smart object) and do the rest of your editing.

Because digital noise is random it gets removed when using the median blend mode. Only the parts of the image that are present in each frame are kept.

Check out Ian Norman's youtube channel for more info.
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Jan 08, 2016 21:16 |  #8274

AbPho wrote in post #17850552 (external link)
Take the individual images into photoshop. Each frame is a separate layer. Select all layers. Align (I still align my astro images even though I use a tracker). Select all layers. Convert into smart object (right click on the selected layers and select this option). Select MEDIAN blend mode from LAYERS/SMART OBJECT/STACK MODE pull down menu. That's it. Then rasterize the smart objects (found by right clicking on the smart object) and do the rest of your editing.

Because digital noise is random it gets removed when using the median blend mode. Only the parts of the image that are present in each frame are kept.

Check out Ian Norman's youtube channel for more info.
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Awesome. thanks buddy. Now off to find the milky way in january in Texas. Lol


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Jan 08, 2016 21:33 |  #8275

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Jan 09, 2016 00:45 |  #8276

ACESFULL82 wrote in post #17850518 (external link)
The Harlequin Duck in its full color!


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What a beauty. Isnt this a Mandarin duck?


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Jan 09, 2016 04:46 |  #8277

Still struggling with finding love for this 7dmk2 but every now and then it works for me and that adds to the frustration.

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Jan 09, 2016 06:29 |  #8278

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Still struggling with finding love for this 7dmk2 but every now and then it works for me and that adds to the frustration.

:(

I am heading out this morning for my first shoot with the 7D2. I have C1 programmed for my in flights. I hope to have something to post later today. Wish me luck. :)


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Jan 09, 2016 07:15 as a reply to  @ post 17849828 |  #8279

OMG that 3rd one is awesome.


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Jan 09, 2016 07:19 as a reply to  @ post 17849818 |  #8280

Haha true. Well she googled and saw it would take a King's blessing (i.e. government cert's galore) but better, read that they're not
the idea pet. Suddenly ferrets look good. Truth is though we travel way to much to honor a pet...and if you're gonna own a pet they deserve more. Rosie , our spider, is really good on her own for a week.


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