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Nov 12, 2017 22:23 |  #3991

...and this is as we do our last minute gear checks before we head south to a depth of 135'.


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I don't think I could have made this shot look this good with the 7D. The 5DIV is amazing in high contrast situations. I thought for sure that the strip of sun was going to be blown out and/or his jacket would be completely black.

This was his first time on a horse and his daughter was leading him around. I was trying to get a shot that captured the moment well. Any critiques on the PP work? I just did some basic edits in Lightroom but it can probably be improved.



  
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Nov 14, 2017 08:53 |  #3993

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I don't think I could have made this shot look this good with the 7D. The 5DIV is amazing in high contrast situations. I thought for sure that the strip of sun was going to be blown out and/or his jacket would be completely black.

This was his first time on a horse and his daughter was leading him around. I was trying to get a shot that captured the moment well. Any critiques on the PP work? I just did some basic edits in Lightroom but it can probably be improved.

Looks pretty darn good to me. I agree the 5d4 does well with high contrast. I do think it has a little less headroom on the highlights but if you don't clip it you have a lot to work with.


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Nov 15, 2017 12:06 |  #3994

Watermelon time !

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Nov 15, 2017 12:17 |  #3995

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Nice exposure and skin tone. Anything special you doing with the colours?


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Nov 15, 2017 12:21 |  #3996

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Nice exposure and skin tone. Anything special you doing with the colours?


Just bumped up the vibrance & saturation a little...


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Nov 16, 2017 15:53 |  #3997

so.. the 5d4..

I've forgiven canon for trying to twist my arm into buying one of their cinema cameras.. (which I wont do ..)

I was one with a pitchfork in my hand a while back when this camera was announced ,, but only because of the video side.. but it is what it is

received mine late last night so didn't really get a chance to do much with it other than see how big and heavy it was . :-P

I've been mirrorless for a bit now.. it was quite an impression.. I had a 5d3 , but how quick we forget .. I know mirrorless can be as big and heavy as dslr's , but I stayed away from the 2.8 zooms and 1.4 primes when mirrorless because I know it can be pretty much as big and heavy ..

any ways I still have my Fuji mirrorless setup with a pair of f2 primes ,to keeps things small and light for certain situations ..
But through out my mirrorless experience (sony,panasonic,fuji) I did miss the quick responsiveness for stills I got with the 5d3.. especially the ability to AF during low light situations... events / portrait sessions ..

and so in comes the 5d4..

my first two pics to this thread ..:-)

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Nov 16, 2017 16:55 |  #3998

rantercsr wrote in post #18498032 (external link)
so.. the 5d4..

I've forgiven canon for trying to twist my arm into buying one of their cinema cameras.. (which I wont do ..)

I was one with a pitchfork in my hand a while back when this camera was announced ,, but only because of the video side.. but it is what it is

received mine late last night so didn't really get a chance to do much with it other than see how big and heavy it was . :-P

I've been mirrorless for a bit now.. it was quite an impression.. I had a 5d3 , but how quick we forget .. I know mirrorless can be as big and heavy as dslr's , but I stayed away from the 2.8 zooms and 1.4 primes when mirrorless because I know it can be pretty much as big and heavy ..

any ways I still have my Fuji mirrorless setup with a pair of f2 primes ,to keeps things small and light for certain situations ..
But through out my mirrorless experience (sony,panasonic,fuji) I did miss the quick responsiveness for stills I got with the 5d3.. especially the ability to AF during low light situations... events / portrait sessions ..

and so in comes the 5d4..

my first two pics to this thread ..:-)


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Very nice and welcome back! Ironically my Fuji Xt2 will be here tomorrow lol


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Nov 16, 2017 19:00 |  #3999

From a food shoot

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Nov 16, 2017 20:00 |  #4000

rantercsr wrote in post #18498032 (external link)
so.. the 5d4..

I've forgiven canon for trying to twist my arm into buying one of their cinema cameras.. (which I wont do ..)

I was one with a pitchfork in my hand a while back when this camera was announced ,, but only because of the video side.. but it is what it is

received mine late last night so didn't really get a chance to do much with it other than see how big and heavy it was . :-P

I've been mirrorless for a bit now.. it was quite an impression.. I had a 5d3 , but how quick we forget .. I know mirrorless can be as big and heavy as dslr's , but I stayed away from the 2.8 zooms and 1.4 primes when mirrorless because I know it can be pretty much as big and heavy ..

any ways I still have my Fuji mirrorless setup with a pair of f2 primes ,to keeps things small and light for certain situations ..
But through out my mirrorless experience (sony,panasonic,fuji) I did miss the quick responsiveness for stills I got with the 5d3.. especially the ability to AF during low light situations... events / portrait sessions ..

and so in comes the 5d4..

my first two pics to this thread ..:-)


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the cat would forgive u. :p


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Nov 17, 2017 06:55 |  #4001

rantercsr wrote in post #18498032 (external link)
so.. the 5d4..

I've forgiven canon for trying to twist my arm into buying one of their cinema cameras.. (which I wont do ..)

I was one with a pitchfork in my hand a while back when this camera was announced ,, but only because of the video side.. but it is what it is

received mine late last night so didn't really get a chance to do much with it other than see how big and heavy it was . :-P

I've been mirrorless for a bit now.. it was quite an impression.. I had a 5d3 , but how quick we forget .. I know mirrorless can be as big and heavy as dslr's , but I stayed away from the 2.8 zooms and 1.4 primes when mirrorless because I know it can be pretty much as big and heavy ..

any ways I still have my Fuji mirrorless setup with a pair of f2 primes ,to keeps things small and light for certain situations ..
But through out my mirrorless experience (sony,panasonic,fuji) I did miss the quick responsiveness for stills I got with the 5d3.. especially the ability to AF during low light situations... events / portrait sessions ..

and so in comes the 5d4..

my first two pics to this thread ..:-)


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Nov 17, 2017 07:44 |  #4002

This is making me hungry ! :-)


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Nov 17, 2017 07:48 |  #4003

I like to use birds. Eyes and beaks. But if I had a cat that might be easier and quicker :-)


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Nov 17, 2017 13:20 as a reply to  @ digital paradise's post |  #4004

I like to use cats and birds.


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Nov 17, 2017 13:39 |  #4005

jcothron wrote in post #18498074 (external link)
Very nice and welcome back! Ironically my Fuji Xt2 will be here tomorrow lol

Thanks .. Yes saw your post over on fuji thread.
Im enjoying both


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Its how the real pros do it ;-)a


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