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Aug 08, 2016 11:44 |  #1036

Levina de Ruijter wrote in post #18089021 (external link)
I wish I could LIKE this at least ten times over...

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Congratulations TC202, outstanding capture!

Cheers,
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Aug 08, 2016 12:06 |  #1037

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That is worthy of the National Geographic. Outstanding! I don't know how these things work, but you should definitely consider submitting it to be published somewhere.


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Aug 08, 2016 14:21 |  #1038

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Aug 08, 2016 14:23 |  #1039

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Aug 08, 2016 14:24 |  #1040

Got a bit close to this one but he was swimming across the canal and I figured he'd have to get out of the water and climb the band and by
then I'd be gone :)

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Aug 08, 2016 14:25 |  #1041

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Aug 08, 2016 14:32 |  #1042

Well I'm learning. The 5Dsr is capable of about anything.
I did fret over the 6400 ISO limit but really if I cant get it at 3200 I probably
dont need it :)
And down sampling really is effective I hear, still studying the process, so if any of you have clues
I'd love to see a step by step in PScc :)

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Aug 08, 2016 14:38 |  #1043

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That is worthy of the National Geographic. Outstanding! I don't know how these things work, but you should definitely consider submitting it to be published somewhere.

I appreciate the kind words Sam. I sent this to some editors I work with, and the photo will probably be published in a magazine sometime next year


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Aug 08, 2016 14:40 |  #1044

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Awesome shot love the green background, frog, and eye. The frog alone is great, but the background make the photo awesome.


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Aug 08, 2016 18:42 |  #1045

just try with oldie canon 50mm mark I to see how the IQ !!!


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Aug 08, 2016 21:04 |  #1046

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Awesome shot love the green background, frog, and eye. The frog alone is great, but the background make the photo awesome.

Thanks Tc, means a lot coming from a pro. I was just happy to after 60 years get a frog! and you know what they say when it rains it pours-got a brown one today :)


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Aug 09, 2016 00:30 |  #1047

Here to me is an interesting study of the 5Dsr.....it's already after less than a week of ownership proven to be very capable of various wildlife genres and Clipper has shown with aplomb great prowess in sBIF (small birds in flight). So I wanted to try. The light was crap and I can only wonder of the results if it had been better but overall I'm impressed, one that an old man (me) could keep the focus point relatively close, moreso that at this kinda of crop there was any detail left at all.

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Aug 09, 2016 00:32 |  #1048

Regardless this is my first Kingfisher in flight so that must count for something :)


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Aug 09, 2016 06:03 as a reply to  @ post 18089012 |  #1049

Paul,

Thanks for your comments. I have had tremendous results with Topaz Denoise 5. Have been using it since 2010 when I was taught how to use it by Maxis Gamez. https://www.topazlabs.​com/denoise (external link)

Just had another course this spring with Maxis where he processed one of my bird images. Denoise 5 somehow has a mask built in. It did not affect feather detail. Understand it 's an extra step but is so much better than LR or other RAW conversion programs IMHO. Just saying.

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Aug 09, 2016 13:38 |  #1050

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Well I'm learning. The 5Dsr is capable of about anything.
I did fret over the 6400 ISO limit but really if I cant get it at 3200 I probably
dont need it :)

Cameras with RAW don't have ISO limits; they have ISO setting limits. An ISO 6400 in the EXIF in a shot that needs to be pushed 4 stops in conversion is really ISO 100K.

And down sampling really is effective I hear, still studying the process, so if any of you have clues
I'd love to see a step by step in PScc :)

The most important thing I would say is that if you want the least noise in a weakly exposed image that you are going to downsample, do zero sharpening in your full 50MP conversion. Every slider that brings up detail, turn it down. Every slider that reduces detail, turn it up. Convert, and then downsample, and sharpen to taste.

Don't wait until an image is already reduced in pixel count to apply noise reduction. Noise reduction at that point eliminates fine details at the final low resolution. Hopefully, you won't need any more noise reduction at the reduced resolution.

A program like RAW Therapee will actually give you more options for extreme conversions, but it can be confusing with all the options.




  
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