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Jun 12, 2016 14:28 |  #151

a flower from my back yard


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Jun 13, 2016 15:13 |  #152

just got 80d with the old 500 mm f4.5 usm +1.4tc mk iii


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Jun 19, 2016 06:09 |  #153

layers after layers of beauty... The Himalayas...


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Jun 19, 2016 17:55 |  #154

I couldn't resist snapping a few of this 56 Chevy.

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Jun 21, 2016 12:43 |  #155

Great photos from everyone!
I haven't done any photography recently due to seemingly endless rains. The sky cleared up yesterday evening, so I managed to get a shot of the full moon:


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Jun 21, 2016 16:47 |  #156

The more I use this 80D, the more I like it.

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Jun 21, 2016 20:17 |  #157

I f any snobby hack photographer tells you the 55-250mm STM kit lens is a piece of junk, and you need to use an L lens-tell them pish-tosh and to stuff it!!!

The above combo on an 80D:

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Jun 23, 2016 19:37 |  #158

Anyone shooting sunrises/sunsets yet? I'm curious if I would still need to blend multiple shots to get detail in the foreground. I would love to see some examples of single exposures with the foreground shadows pulled up in post.




  
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Jun 24, 2016 04:04 as a reply to  @ anscochrome's post |  #159

^^
I have the 70-300L and the old 55-250
The 70-300 is a great lens
But i find myself taking the 55-250 many tims as the IQ is great and it is very compact.


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Jun 24, 2016 04:15 |  #160

Fred Meebley wrote in post #18048355 (external link)
Anyone shooting sunrises/sunsets yet? I'm curious if I would still need to blend multiple shots to get detail in the foreground. I would love to see some examples of single exposures with the foreground shadows pulled up in post.

not a sunrise/sunset shot, but you can see the amount of detail which can b pulled out... i have also uploaded the after shot as post #153



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Jun 25, 2016 09:50 |  #161

Fred Meebley wrote in post #18048355 (external link)
Anyone shooting sunrises/sunsets yet? I'm curious if I would still need to blend multiple shots to get detail in the foreground. I would love to see some examples of single exposures with the foreground shadows pulled up in post.

One of my first test shots:


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Jun 26, 2016 00:44 |  #162

I have sent up too many flower photo examples from the 80D-how about an exterior, and an interior from the same local museum in Omaha, NE?:

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Jun 26, 2016 08:29 |  #163

Fred Meebley wrote in post #18048355 (external link)
Anyone shooting sunrises/sunsets yet? I'm curious if I would still need to blend multiple shots to get detail in the foreground. I would love to see some examples of single exposures with the foreground shadows pulled up in post.

Here is an illustration of the 80D's DR - the first Canon to produce low ISO DR that approaches the Sony/Nikon sensors - and of what can be done in LR/ACR.

First, the shot rendered in ACR with all Basic settings at 0.


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Exposure was set by spot metering the sunlit part of the neighbor's house and adding three stops in order to ETTR, which produced a Raw file with this histogram (as shown in FastRawViewer) in which the green channel is very slightly clipped (an insignificant amount):


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Jun 26, 2016 08:35 |  #164

This is the edited version:


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in which the foreground has been lifted by an estimated 2.5 - 3 stops.



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Jun 26, 2016 08:40 |  #165

And a 100% crop from the full resolution (4000x6000 pixels) image:


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