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Mar 12, 2016 20:57 |  #10111

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Mar 12, 2016 21:03 |  #10112

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David, that is a very nice photo, is it HDR? If so, very natural and not overdone, the lighthouse jumps off of the sky blue background.

No HDR, JV (something I need to learn), just early morning after a fog burned off.


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Mar 12, 2016 21:03 |  #10113
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Anyone shoot RAW + JPEG, and noticed that the JPEG does not have the entire frame in it?

I processed a RAW of my dog laying on the floor from a standing position, and noticed that, in the processed image, I could see a lot more of the tip of my shoes than in the original JPEG...


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Mar 12, 2016 21:09 as a reply to  @ Itsed65's post |  #10114

So intense! Awesome capture.


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Mar 12, 2016 21:57 as a reply to  @ post 17932677 |  #10115

Beautiful work. I can never get colors like that.....nor a blue sky.


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Mar 12, 2016 22:45 |  #10116

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Mar 12, 2016 22:48 |  #10117
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NICE!

Just waiting for clear sky to get a moon shot with the 100-400 on my new 7DII...


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Mar 12, 2016 22:54 |  #10118

STIC wrote in post #17933400 (external link)
Anyone shoot RAW + JPEG, and noticed that the JPEG does not have the entire frame in it?

I processed a RAW of my dog laying on the floor from a standing position, and noticed that, in the processed image, I could see a lot more of the tip of my shoes than in the original JPEG...

I haven't heard of this. Is it possible you are using a program to edit the jpeg that already has edits for that same filename?




  
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Mar 12, 2016 22:58 |  #10119

Chances are you might have seen her on America's Got Talent? :)


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Mar 13, 2016 04:08 |  #10120

STIC wrote in post #17933400 (external link)
Anyone shoot RAW + JPEG, and noticed that the JPEG does not have the entire frame in it?

I processed a RAW of my dog laying on the floor from a standing position, and noticed that, in the processed image, I could see a lot more of the tip of my shoes than in the original JPEG...

Interesting as I can swear sometimes that when profile correction is applied in LR you lose part of the image.


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Mar 13, 2016 04:33 |  #10121
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gschlact wrote in post #17933501 (external link)
I haven't heard of this. Is it possible you are using a program to edit the jpeg that already has edits for that same filename?


Don't think so...

I'm just converting the RAW to a DNG, then opening the DNG with Photoshop CS3. It's the exact same process as I used with the 7D but I have never noticed this before...There is definitely more 'image' in the frame with the photoshop output JPEG than there is with the in camera JPEG (a good 10-15mm worth of shoe)...

Weird...;-)a

There also seems to be some distortion of the centre of the image in the edited output JPEG which leads to to think there is a lens profile alteration going on in the background too, but this shouldn't result in me seeing more in the pp'd image than the camera output image...or should it???


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Mar 13, 2016 04:36 |  #10122
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wallstreetoneil wrote in post #17933586 (external link)
Interesting as I can swear sometimes that when profile correction is applied in LR you lose part of the image.

Looks like I gained... :p


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Mar 13, 2016 04:38 |  #10123
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In camera JPEG (set up as monochrome):

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As output from photoshop...

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Mar 13, 2016 05:42 |  #10124

Do you have the internal lens distortion correction enabled in your camera?
This would affect the JPG out of cam but not the RAW.
And that might be why (at the jpg) some millimeters of the frame are lost.


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Mar 13, 2016 06:42 |  #10125

Brummel wrote in post #17933603 (external link)
Do you have the internal lens distortion correction enabled in your camera?
This would affect the JPG out of cam but not the RAW.
And that might be why (at the jpg) some millimeters of the frame are lost.


This is what I was saying about profile correction - one way or another, I'm pretty sure that is what is happening - and since the picture was taken at 15mm, I'm nearly certain that is correct.


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