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Mar 03, 2016 23:29 |  #571

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I like absolutely everything about this shot...From colors to detail to narrow DOF , exposure...You name it you have got it picture perfect...ANd the wide angle just gives it a totally different look you dont normally see with a wildlife shot ..Normally they are all long lens with heavily compressed FOV....this is totally opposite and even though you have used what appears to be a relatively narrow DOF the shot has almost a 3 dimensional feel to it...Especially with the depth of the shot!.

You have now got me fired up to get my 16-35 out and try it out with wildlife which is the last thing I would have though tit any good for !! :) ....Although Im not sure how Im going to get as close as you got to this fox... That im sure would have been a feat in itself ... ...But its paid off in a really big way to get such a great different syle of wildlife shot ...Well done

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Mar 03, 2016 23:50 |  #572

clipper_from_oz wrote in post #17922832 (external link)
Nice shot David....bokeh is great and narrow DOF really seprates the dogs face from the background ..And glass looks sharp .especially given its a 90mm lens @ 1/80th sec on the 5dsr !...be intersted to see some macros from the lens also.....Any special reason for getting this tamron 90mm macro ?

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Thanks! Three amazing things about this new Tamron 90mm macro. 1. Vibration Control - apparently it's got a really advanced system and does it ever work! Perfect for the 5DS R! 2. Micro contrast...just loving the incredible detail the lens renders. 3. Price. Here in the US it is a mere $650 brand new.

You mention bokeh...actually this is one area where the Canon 100L is likely superior. Bokeh can be a bit busy. In some photos I have selected the background and added a subtle gradient blur just to help smooth away the business. It's fine though...all in all I have more entusiasm about this lens than I've had in a long while.

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Mar 04, 2016 00:08 |  #573

David Arbogast wrote in post #17922859 (external link)
Thanks! Three amazing things about this new Tamron 90mm macro. 1. Vibration Control - apparently it's got a really advanced system and does it ever work! Perfect for the 5DS R! 2. Micro contrast...just loving the incredible detail the lens renders. 3. Price. Here in the US it is a mere $650 brand new.

You mention bokeh...actually this is one area where the Canon 100L is likely superior. Bokeh can be a bit busy. In some photos I have selected the background and added a subtle gradient blur just to help smooth away the business. It's fine though...all in all I have more entusiasm about this lens than I've had in a long while.

A self-portait (this one on tripod):
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You shouldnt have told me the benefits of the Vibration Control because I will go and look at this lens now next time Im near the local Camera retailer I go to.....and that normally means I part with money before leaving..:)..These days the the only reason I will buy a new lens now is if its got good IS and its meets 5dsr's image quality/resolving requirements ...Because going forward these cameransensors are going to get more and more denser ( pixel wise ) requiring lens to have a far greater resolving abilitiy which in turn will mean a need for better and better IS....Thats why Im interested in this VC form of IS especially in a 90mm because Ive actually been looking at Macros around the 100mm length and wasnt interested in the canon 100mm L IS because it appeared to only be the Mk1 IS not MK2 and that spells danger to me when handholding on the 5dsr ....

BTW the B&W style really suits the shots


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Mar 04, 2016 00:29 as a reply to  @ clipper_from_oz's post |  #574

It's all magic to me, but Tamron says,

"An accelerometer has been newly integrated into Tamron’s highly accredited VC to compensate for shakes on the x-y plane.
The accelerometer in unison with a gyro sensor detects and enables motion compensation for camera shakes for a maximum efficiency in image stabilization optimized for distance ranges from infinity to macro."


Lens product page: http://www.tamron-usa.com/F017special/in​dex.html (external link)

I also think it's great - especially for 5DS R users - that they are equipping their latest primes with VC (though probably not with the above special sauce VC), including the 35mm, 45mm, and soon-to-be-released 85mm. And, like Sigma, they have announced a usb dock for finetuning the lens and for upgrading firmware.


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Mar 04, 2016 12:50 |  #575

Snowed last night so went on a few hour walk this am with the 100-400. Should have worn sunglasses because by the end, the snow blindness was killing me. Birds were hiding but I got 1 picture that I like that isn't a closeup but two birds claiming the same tree. Location is the Toronto Evergreen Brickworks - basically a reclaimed brick making pit that has been turned into a natural animal sanctuary. It is winter here so not much is going on.

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Mar 04, 2016 21:30 |  #576

clipper_from_oz wrote in post #17922844 (external link)
I like absolutely everything about this shot...From colors to detail to narrow DOF , exposure...You name it you have got it picture perfect...ANd the wide angle just gives it a totally different look you dont normally see with a wildlife shot ..Normally they are all long lens with heavily compressed FOV....this is totally opposite and even though you have used what appears to be a relatively narrow DOF the shot has almost a 3 dimensional feel to it...Especially with the depth of the shot!.

You have now got me fired up to get my 16-35 out and try it out with wildlife which is the last thing I would have though tit any good for !! :) ....Although Im not sure how Im going to get as close as you got to get to this fox... That im sure would have been a feat in itself ... ...But its paid off in a really big way to get such a great different syle of wildlife shot ...Well done

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I appreciate all the kind words :-) Taking the 16-35 out for wildlife will make you realize how close you have to be to fill the frame. I am trying to shoot wider more often now


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Mar 05, 2016 09:15 |  #577

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I appreciate all the kind words :-) Taking the 16-35 out for wildlife will make you realize how close you have to be to fill the frame. I am trying to shoot wider more often now

That is real "reach". Most of what people call "reach" is not reach at all; it is magnification and/or pixel resolution.

If you see two people, both 6 feet tall walking towards you on a road as you also walk toward them, one in front of and to the side of the other, so that you can see both, but one is 12 feet behind the other, and you look at them through a telescope, you have not "reached" them in any way. You can see their beard stubble better, perhaps, but they are both still about the same size in your FOV. You actually "reach" the person in front when you are right in front of them, and the person in the back is relatively dwarfed in your FOV.




  
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Mar 06, 2016 15:20 |  #578

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Did you bring a change of shorts? You must be really cool under pressure to pull off a surprise on something with that many teeth in front of you. Great stuff!

lol. It's a fox, not a lion. ;-)a


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Mar 08, 2016 15:06 |  #582

shot 3 days ago !

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shot 3 days ago !
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That's awesome!! LOL.

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