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Oct 18, 2017 08:10 |  #5716

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Yes, the pull back shot showing the camera's LCD screen.

i'm not gonna trust the colors on that shot. it's just shot by iphone just to show the setup.


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Oct 18, 2017 08:54 |  #5717

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Oct 18, 2017 10:20 |  #5718

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Oct 18, 2017 10:21 |  #5719

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For Eriet, McKee Springs Petroglyphs collage-


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ooooooooooooooo...... I can stare at these all day lol-?


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Oct 18, 2017 10:23 |  #5720

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Oct 18, 2017 10:43 |  #5721

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Oct 18, 2017 10:56 |  #5722

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question on this one...shooting at f.4, do you worry that the bride will be sharp and in focus and the groom won't?


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Oct 18, 2017 11:13 |  #5723

What is Adobe doing to Lightroom???

Adobe today announced a new cloud-based Lightroom called Lightroom CC. The current desktop-based app you know as Lightroom is being rebranded as Lightroom Classic CC. Lightroom Classic will be desktop-oriented, while Lightroom CC will be cloud and mobile focused.

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https://petapixel.com …faster-lightroom-classic/ (external link)


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Oct 18, 2017 11:21 |  #5724

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question on this one...shooting at f.4, do you worry that the bride will be sharp and in focus and the groom won't?

Generally with a 35, I'm less worried about not having enough DOF since the FOV is so wide. I'm definitely more mindful with an 85.

In this case yeah my DOF was too shallow...weddings move so quickly that settings aren't always right. But this turned out nicely I think.


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Oct 18, 2017 11:32 |  #5725

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What is Adobe doing to Lightroom???

Adobe today announced a new cloud-based Lightroom called Lightroom CC. The current desktop-based app you know as Lightroom is being rebranded as Lightroom Classic CC. Lightroom Classic will be desktop-oriented, while Lightroom CC will be cloud and mobile focused.

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https://petapixel.com …faster-lightroom-classic/ (external link)


Matt K has a good breakdown of what this all means.

http://mattk.com …room-cc-is-now-lightroom/ (external link)

Seems like they're making mobile light-room more robust, and leaving light-room classic basically the same in terms of tools, but more cloud friendly.

Honestly, I'm actively trying to find a cloud-based solution to storing files since I'm burning through external hard drives like crazy, and I have more faith that my data won't be lost if stored by someone like adobe or google, than if it were all maintained on drives in my home. I just got a 1gb/s internet service that should theoretically make accessing cloud based files as fast or faster than most current external hard drives.


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Oct 18, 2017 11:43 |  #5726

TRhoads wrote in post #18475354 (external link)
question on this one...shooting at f.4, do you worry that the bride will be sharp and in focus and the groom won't?

That IS the case here, and it works out fine.

Based on the image, I'de think that it would be at least F8 to get them both in focus, however, with the bride clearly in the front, I think OOF and perception of being in the front works out much better. If they were closer side by side, then the expectation of both being in focus would matter more IMO.


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Oct 18, 2017 11:51 |  #5727

When the MUA is prettier than the bride. :)


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Oct 18, 2017 12:01 |  #5728

digital_AM wrote in post #18475369 (external link)
What is Adobe doing to Lightroom???

Adobe today announced a new cloud-based Lightroom called Lightroom CC. The current desktop-based app you know as Lightroom is being rebranded as Lightroom Classic CC. Lightroom Classic will be desktop-oriented, while Lightroom CC will be cloud and mobile focused.

They are rebranding Lightroom as Lightroom Classis CC and supposedly they improved performance and added a few extra features.

https://petapixel.com …faster-lightroom-classic/ (external link)


Matt K has a good breakdown of what this all means.

http://mattk.com …room-cc-is-now-lightroom/ (external link)

I was a little freaked when I first saw it today, thinking they were going to strictly cloud based, but they are not...and I am relieved.

mystik610 wrote in post #18475376 (external link)
Seems like they're making mobile light-room more robust, and leaving light-room classic basically the same in terms of tools, but more cloud friendly.

Honestly, I'm actively trying to find a cloud-based solution to storing files since I'm burning through external hard drives like crazy, and I have more faith that my data won't be lost if stored by someone like adobe or google, than if it were all maintained on drives in my home. I just got a 1gb/s internet service that should theoretically make accessing cloud based files as fast or faster than most current external hard drives.

They are catering to people that use phones or don't want to store their files on hard drives, is basically what it boils down to,for professionals, I really think they will skip the clouds based, then again maybe they want them to get on it to...which...allows them to sell you more cloud space. I shoot about 1.75 TB a year right now...what I can't figure out from Adobe, is what the cost is if you need more than the 1TB they give you as part of your CC Photography Plan...I just can't see using it...I don't have gigabit service, uploading a 128 GB shoot would take forever on my service...and I don't need access to it everywhere...

mystik610 wrote in post #18475372 (external link)
Generally with a 35, I'm less worried about not having enough DOF since the FOV is so wide. I'm definitely more mindful with an 85.

In this case yeah my DOF was too shallow...weddings move so quickly that settings aren't always right. But this turned out nicely I think.

Yes, they move so fast. This one was so close is why it made me ask the question, I think its fine as is...was just curious. 85 at 1.4, DoF is so thin unless you are a loooong way away!

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That IS the case here, and it works out fine.

Based on the image, I'de think that it would be at least F8 to get them both in focus, however, with the bride clearly in the front, I think OOF and perception of being in the front works out much better. If they were closer side by side, then the expectation of both being in focus would matter more IMO.

I think you could stop down less than f/8 and get them both, maybe f4, hard to say. this past weekend, I was shooting 85mm and at 2.8 and 3.2 and I could get stacked people in focus, filling the frame.


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Oct 18, 2017 12:10 |  #5729

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I was a little freaked when I first saw it today, thinking they were going to strictly cloud based, but they are not...and I am relieved.

They are catering to people that use phones or don't want to store their files on hard drives, is basically what it boils down to,for professionals, I really think they will skip the clouds based, then again maybe they want them to get on it to...which...allows them to sell you more cloud space. I shoot about 1.75 TB a year right now...what I can't figure out from Adobe, is what the cost is if you need more than the 1TB they give you as part of your CC Photography Plan...I just can't see using it...I don't have gigabit service, uploading a 128 GB shoot would take forever on my service...and I don't need access to it everywhere...

Yes, they move so fast. This one was so close is why it made me ask the question, I think its fine as is...was just curious. 85 at 1.4, DoF is so thin unless you are a loooong way away!

I think you could stop down less than f/8 and get them both, maybe f4, hard to say. this past weekend, I was shooting 85mm and at 2.8 and 3.2 and I could get stacked people in focus, filling the frame.

Travis, they are going strictly cloud based after the next standalone update I believe. After 2017 you won’t get any standalone updates as I understand it


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Oct 18, 2017 12:18 |  #5730

mystik610 wrote in post #18475376 (external link)
Seems like they're making mobile light-room more robust, and leaving light-room classic basically the same in terms of tools, but more cloud friendly.

Honestly, I'm actively trying to find a cloud-based solution to storing files since I'm burning through external hard drives like crazy, and I have more faith that my data won't be lost if stored by someone like adobe or google, than if it were all maintained on drives in my home. I just got a 1gb/s internet service that should theoretically make accessing cloud based files as fast or faster than most current external hard drives.

Cloud based is also handy when you're told to evacuate your house with 15 minutes notice like I had to do last week Monday as the firestorm was heading toward my house. I did manage to grab my backup drives and my laptop, but had to leave the desktop PC behind.

The entire week I was sitting in the evac shelter I was thinking that I need to go cloud based for backup. We were lucky - the house didn't burn - the fire was stopped 1/4 mile away. Back home now researching cloud based backup options.



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