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-= 70D owners unite! Post up pics and discuss!

 
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May 14, 2016 19:14 |  #14476

Last of the Helios lens:

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Canon EOS 70D: added a Canon M5: A mixture of Canon, Sigma, Tamron and Tokina prime and zoom lenses, a Samyang fisheye, and just for fun a couple of Helios 44-2 58m..
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May 14, 2016 19:19 |  #14477

Haumoana last evening:

Six shot pano with Sigma 10 - 20

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Five shot, same lens:

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Canon EOS 70D: added a Canon M5: A mixture of Canon, Sigma, Tamron and Tokina prime and zoom lenses, a Samyang fisheye, and just for fun a couple of Helios 44-2 58m..
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May 14, 2016 19:20 |  #14478

Immaculens wrote in post #18007218 (external link)
GAA!

LOL :)

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May 14, 2016 19:35 |  #14479

From a White-on-White Zodiac shoot I did last year. These are part of the series that is the least related to the intended white-on-white concept.

Seemingly had difficulty getting good focus due to the relative darkness in the shed, so figured I might as well have some fun with the Nik plug-ins :)

Haven't decided if I like the B&W or the color one better...

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May 14, 2016 20:21 |  #14480

roseyposey wrote in post #18007238 (external link)
Haumoana last evening:

Six shot pano with Sigma 10 - 20
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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/GZQK​ih  (external link) IMG_3930-Pano (external link) by Rose McGillicuddy (external link), on Flickr

Five shot, same lens:
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Wow, Rose, I really love the interesting and colorful cloud formation you captured in these sunset panos.




  
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May 14, 2016 20:25 |  #14481

Jeff Hanson wrote in post #18007284 (external link)
Wow, Rose, I really love the interesting and colorful cloud formation you captured in these sunset panos.

That - and love the effort of taking all the shots for later stitching images together!


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May 14, 2016 20:51 |  #14482

All well deserved praise for our favorite Kiwi ! :-)




  
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May 14, 2016 21:17 |  #14483

roseyposey wrote in post #18006713 (external link)
trying to add Flickr image on tablet ...... not too sure about this.
Old Russian Manual lens on the 70D. I find focus difficult but LOVE the bokeh


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Rose, this is my favorite. Love the look you were able to get out of this lens.


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May 14, 2016 22:28 |  #14484

Jeff Hanson wrote in post #18007284 (external link)
Wow, Rose, I really love the interesting and colorful cloud formation you captured in these sunset panos.

Thanks Jeff - it was an unusual cloud formation. I think there's a bit of distortion from using the wide angle to do the pano - but seems to be tolerable :-)


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May 14, 2016 22:30 |  #14485

Immaculens wrote in post #18007287 (external link)
That - and love the effort of taking all the shots for later stitching images together!


hammer418 wrote in post #18007311 (external link)
All well deserved praise for our favorite Kiwi ! :-)

Thanks guys - just lucky to be there at the right time too.

Actually I quite like taking a series for pano - Lightroom makes it so easy. started it when using the 50 STM I think, and not taking a wide angle with me. Read it as a hint somewhere about walking around with just the one lens, but I've tried it with a number of different lenses now.


Canon EOS 70D: added a Canon M5: A mixture of Canon, Sigma, Tamron and Tokina prime and zoom lenses, a Samyang fisheye, and just for fun a couple of Helios 44-2 58m..
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May 14, 2016 22:32 |  #14486

NebrGuy wrote in post #18007325 (external link)
Rose, this is my favorite. Love the look you were able to get out of this lens.

Thanks - bought the lens (and camera) just to get the bokeh. It's known for swirly bokeh, but I haven't really got that in any of these shots particularly. I think getting the swirly bokeh may relate to distance of subject from both the lens and the back ground, but can't remember now.


Canon EOS 70D: added a Canon M5: A mixture of Canon, Sigma, Tamron and Tokina prime and zoom lenses, a Samyang fisheye, and just for fun a couple of Helios 44-2 58m..
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May 15, 2016 08:22 |  #14487

hammer418 wrote in post #18007096 (external link)
Wow .... nice combo, Terry ! :)

Many thanks. A bit of luck to get the plane and the moon together really, as I was just playing with my new 100-400 lens in my garden. Focused on the moon and the plane appeared, too, so I managed to get the two together. You need a bit of luck sometimes. I love the lens. It was expensive but you only live once! Oh, and it's a heavy beast, too, but I think I'll get used to that. Monopod very useful.


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May 15, 2016 11:01 |  #14488

Terrycanon wrote in post #18007604 (external link)
I love the lens. It was expensive but you only live once! Oh, and it's a heavy beast, too, but I think I'll get used to that. Monopod very useful.

'If' you are using a neck strap, an eBay $7 shoulder sling felt like it relieved me of about 60% of the full weight of my gear compared to wearing the Canon "neck strap". Folks on this POTN forum and a personal friend kept telling me their virtues and now I am a user and promoter. :-)


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May 15, 2016 11:07 |  #14489

Which output size is good to choose during batch processing to display images on TV. I am thinking of choosing 1080 for short side and let DPP decide other size. Or is it better to leave them in full size, let TV downscale them?
I got 85mm 1.8 after struggling with focussing issues with sigma lens. This lens worked amazing well with 70d and produced nics pics in indoor light. Doesn't look like there is an issue with 70d.


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May 15, 2016 11:14 |  #14490

Was seeing what ISO 25800 could see at night and focus on... didn't work :-P
But next day forgot to change the ISO back to normal :-P :p

good example of what shooting in Raw and Lightroom can do if you need to bring back some details :-D
good thing it was fairly overcast outside :-P


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