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Jul 03, 2016 10:42 |  #14746

A few from a trip to Point Judith RI.

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Jul 03, 2016 13:09 |  #14747

A couple of airborne passers-by taken from my garden this evening. Amazing how the gulls on this side of the Atlantic so closely resemble those on Mike's side of the pond (above)!


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Jul 03, 2016 13:29 |  #14748

evelakes wrote in post #18051344 (external link)
Nice shots.

one note if you can better not to use above f/11 on the last one at f/16 you will see the spots on your sensor and difraction of your lens becomes an issue.

Actually, I went back and checked the individual photos for that one, and the (big) spot moves, it's a seagull :) But I have noticed spots on the sensor when I did a macro shot at f/14, so I'm guessing I should clean my sensor anyway if the opportunity comes :)

Is it always above f/11, or is it individual for each focal length?


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Jul 04, 2016 02:02 as a reply to  @ tobahl's post |  #14749

It depens some lenses can be used for this purpose others are not so good.
Higher resolution camera,s like the 5DS do have this problem quite easy.
Spots on your sensor are easy to detect shoot at a clear blue sky at the highest apeture possible.


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Jul 04, 2016 21:16 |  #14750

Difficult light... Lightroom got a workout.... but here is my Zeussie-boy looking regal... after wading in chest-high water...


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Jul 04, 2016 21:43 as a reply to  @ Immaculens's post |  #14751

Mighty proud looking beast.
I grew up with a Shepherd as a wee lad=great protector. Yet over the course
of my teenage years I visited the emergency room 3 times; all from Shepherd bites!!


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Jul 05, 2016 13:01 |  #14752

The camera didn't come out for much on our vacation last week; relaxing was the #1 priority. It did make it out for two sunsets though, with solid results. Here's the first one, over the Nags Head Fishing Pier, OBX, NC.

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Jul 05, 2016 15:17 |  #14753

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #18058134 (external link)
Mighty proud looking beast.
I grew up with a Shepherd as a wee lad=great protector. Yet over the course
of my teenage years I visited the emergency room 3 times; all from Shepherd bites!!

oh, well that sucks!

we got Zeus at age 3 and 11, he has never bit anyone. Except a cat. And there is a deceased groundhog and rabbit...


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Jul 05, 2016 17:26 |  #14754

Been weeks since I've been out, but finally managed the sunset tonight

This local church is reportedly the smallest in England, alas its in a bit of a valley so went for a long exposure to keep a bit of interest in the sky (the best of the sunset was behind a nearby hill -?)

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Jul 05, 2016 21:07 |  #14755

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Jul 05, 2016 22:42 |  #14756

Amazing shots everyone!


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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Jul 05, 2016 23:42 |  #14757

Tried taking pics of fireworks. Exposure is all over the place with blown out lights for lot of them.

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Jul 06, 2016 00:53 |  #14758

Immaculens wrote in post #18050907 (external link)
Year ago I had a little insect crawling in my 70D... look through the VF and there it was... assuming it was on the sensor? Does that make sense if I saw it in the View Finder?

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I think it has to be inside the viewfinder and not on the sensor. On the sensor and it would just be a spot, since I don't think the sensor could resolve anything on it into the actual object. I have just noticed all sorts of crud in my viewfinder, I'd like to get it out of there if anyone knows a way, short of sending it in for a cleaning. May come to that....


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Jul 06, 2016 08:48 |  #14759

Just spotted this one on a leaf of a sycamore sapling (need to pull that up or it's roots will grow and lift my garden path up!)

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Jul 06, 2016 09:45 |  #14760

patrick j wrote in post #18059133 (external link)
I think it has to be inside the viewfinder and not on the sensor. On the sensor and it would just be a spot, since I don't think the sensor could resolve anything on it into the actual object. I have just noticed all sorts of crud in my viewfinder, I'd like to get it out of there if anyone knows a way, short of sending it in for a cleaning. May come to that....

I need to do this as well.


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