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Aug 01, 2017 03:12 |  #916

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Aug 01, 2017 03:55 |  #917

roseyposey wrote in post #18415233 (external link)
Clive - again! Sunset ...SNS 1 shot HDR. All with the kit 15 -45 f/3.5 - 6.3. I always feel I need to do more with shots taken with this lens in LR ... contrast, clarity, vibrance and some times HSL.

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#2 is great but I'm voting #1 for the win - so peaceful!! (once you've straightened the horizon...) ;-)a


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Aug 01, 2017 03:59 as a reply to  @ joeseph's post |  #918

Thanks - it's a river so diifficult to get horizon straight ... I was going by the buildings, but see there is some room to move :-)

Thanks for the comments..


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Aug 01, 2017 04:01 |  #919

sidknee wrote in post #18415647 (external link)
All four are nice but I do really like the soft blueness in the middle two.


Thanks - I have difficulty with river shots and horizons, but must take more care. Usually see it in LR and correct there.


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Aug 01, 2017 05:20 |  #920

roseyposey wrote in post #18416105 (external link)
Thanks - it's a river so diifficult to get horizon straight ... I was going by the buildings, but see there is some room to move :-)

Thanks for the comments..

it's weird - one of our local potn'ers (scottnz) is really good at spotting mis-aligned horizons and once you've had it pointed out a few times, seems to just gel that especially water needs to be flat no matter what is going on in the background. I'd say your shot needs about 1.6 degrees anticlockwise to be about right...


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Aug 01, 2017 05:28 |  #921

joeseph wrote in post #18416123 (external link)
it's weird - one of our local potn'ers (scottnz) is really good at spotting mis-aligned horizons and once you've had it pointed out a few times, seems to just gel that especially water needs to be flat no matter what is going on in the background. I'd say your shot needs about 1.6 degrees anticlockwise to be about right...

actually that makes sense given that water levels with gravity ... good tip with these kinds of shots, and I'll use it for the future. Thanks.


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Aug 02, 2017 04:40 |  #922

joeseph wrote in post #18416104 (external link)
#2 is great but I'm voting #1 for the win - so peaceful!! (once you've straightened the horizon...) ;-)a

I think this looks better - 1.59 but wondering if it needs a fraction more ....?


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Aug 03, 2017 05:22 |  #923

A far from perfect pano of two shots of this rainbow. I didn't get the shots right so it's not a great alignment, but tells the story. With the EF - M 15 - 45:

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Aug 03, 2017 12:43 |  #924

roseyposey wrote in post #18418100 (external link)
A far from perfect pano of two shots of this rainbow. I didn't get the shots right so it's not a great alignment, but tells the story. With the EF - M 15 - 45:

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How did you stitch the two shots together? Doesn't Lightroom have some sort of auto stitching thing that gets over the alignment thing pretty well?




  
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Aug 04, 2017 02:14 |  #925

sidknee wrote in post #18418377 (external link)
How did you stitch the two shots together? Doesn't Lightroom have some sort of auto stitching thing that gets over the alignment thing pretty well?

Yes I used Lightroom - I may have rotated slightly when I took the shots.


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Aug 04, 2017 03:54 |  #926

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Aug 08, 2017 02:51 |  #927

Clive with Haida ten stop ND, and three shots (a stop apart I think}, merged in SNS:

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Aug 09, 2017 19:38 |  #928

I'm getting one of these little gems. I played with one at a Camera store and enjoyed it. I have a Nikon and since Nikon doesn't have anything to compete I decided to get the Canon. I thought about Sony but I would have to invest in the Lenses either way. I decided that Canon had much more choices in lenses ( with adapted ef-s and ef) than the Sony system as well as the Canon adapter has great reviews. I think cameras will be moving to the mirror-less systems.
I'm used to a DSLR (leaving it on all the time) and I use only one battery. Do most of you use 2 batteries for the m5 or m series?


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Aug 10, 2017 00:36 |  #929

russ49 wrote in post #18423577 (external link)
I'm getting one of these little gems. I played with one at a Camera store and enjoyed it. I have a Nikon and since Nikon doesn't have anything to compete I decided to get the Canon. I thought about Sony but I would have to invest in the Lenses either way. I decided that Canon had much more choices in lenses ( with adapted ef-s and ef) than the Sony system as well as the Canon adapter has great reviews. I think cameras will be moving to the mirror-less systems.
I'm used to a DSLR (leaving it on all the time) and I use only one battery. Do most of you use 2 batteries for the m5 or m series?

It's a great little camera, and with adapter ability to use wide range of lenses. I already had a decent set of lenses ... I have two batteries and turn off between shots as initially had trouble with battery running down quickly, as my DSLR I just left on.


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Aug 10, 2017 09:33 as a reply to  @ roseyposey's post |  #930

Thanks Rosey, enjoyed your pictures!!


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