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Nov 19, 2017 11:12 |  #4021

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Nov 19, 2017 20:46 |  #4022

nice shot amairphoto... actually looks quite tasty...




  
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Nov 19, 2017 20:51 |  #4023

From a few hours ago... had a pretty elaborate shoot planned with numerous slave strobes but weather in Ohio has really churned things up so we table it until next week...


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Nov 19, 2017 23:34 |  #4024

amairphoto wrote in post #18499748 (external link)
$20, which considering its the strip isnt too bad.

Do they deliver to Australia?

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Nov 20, 2017 02:35 |  #4025

love the way sigma 135 art renders :)

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Nov 20, 2017 14:37 |  #4026

Have been trying to get more into Long exposure..
looking into getting a proper filter system .
at the moment I have only 2 Nd filters 3 stop and 6 stop.
not quite enough during day hours for the look i'm going for ,, but not done researching filter system and filter types

same picture .. diferent processing

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Nov 20, 2017 14:44 |  #4027

rantercsr wrote in post #18500586 (external link)
Have been trying to get more into Long exposure..
looking into getting a proper filter system .
at the moment I have only 2 Nd filters 3 stop and 6 stop.
not quite enough during day hours for the look i'm going for ,, but not done researching filter system and filter types

same picture .. diferent processing
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Nov 20, 2017 16:30 |  #4028

rantercsr wrote in post #18500586 (external link)
Have been trying to get more into Long exposure..
looking into getting a proper filter system .
at the moment I have only 2 Nd filters 3 stop and 6 stop.
not quite enough during day hours for the look i'm going for ,, but not done researching filter system and filter types

The Lee Big Stopper (10-stop) is quite popular. I have one, but I've never used it. :oops:
I also have several Lee graduated neutral density filters that I do use regularly. I like the Lee system.

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Nov 20, 2017 21:27 |  #4029

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Nov 21, 2017 18:50 |  #4030


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Nov 22, 2017 12:30 |  #4031

rantercsr wrote in post #18500586 (external link)
Have been trying to get more into Long exposure..
looking into getting a proper filter system .
at the moment I have only 2 Nd filters 3 stop and 6 stop.
not quite enough during day hours for the look i'm going for ,, but not done researching filter system and filter types

I think the Lee system requires some level of commitment as it has all this extra hardware you need for mounting the filter, etc. I looked into it too but decided to stay with a standard screw-on filter for now.

You may want to start with getting a 10-stopper screw-on filter first and play with it. I really like the Haida filter you can get off eBay. It is relatively cheap and easy to carry around. Play around with it and if long exposure stuff really grabs you, you can go the Lee route.

Here is a link for the Haida Slim MC filter in 72mm, that will work for your 35/1.4. I have the 82mm version for my 24-70 II and it is fantastic. The Haidas are probably some of the best bang for the buck as far as filters are concerned.

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Nov 22, 2017 16:23 |  #4032

rantercsr wrote in post #18500586 (external link)
Have been trying to get more into Long exposure..
looking into getting a proper filter system .
at the moment I have only 2 Nd filters 3 stop and 6 stop.
not quite enough during day hours for the look i'm going for ,, but not done researching filter system and filter types

same picture .. diferent processing
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mate i can highly recommend the Nisi system, cheaper than the top line Lee and Singh Ray (which both i also used) and quality as good if not better imho, for one all Nisi filters are glass inc the grads unlike the other 2 which uses resin, nisi also to me has the best filter holder implementation in terms of how the CPL is attached unlike the Lee where using more than 1 filter with the CPL basically requires you to zoom into ~21mm no such issue with the Nisi, also the Nisi filters are practically colour cast free

this was taken with Nisi 10 stop ND + CPL

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Nov 23, 2017 08:41 |  #4033

Happy Thanksgiving everyone, I got out this morning for a little sunrise action.

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Nov 25, 2017 00:33 |  #4034

Hi all,
First post here. Relatively new to my 5dmkiv. I bought the body/lens as a kit (24-105mm f/4l IS USM) because I travel and like to pack lite. Carrying several lenses most of the time isnt realistic as i'll live out of a backpack for the week or two I'm gone.

I'm having a problem, and I'm not sure what exactly it is that I should be doing differently. I feel that my images are not sharp enough. They look nice until you get zoomed in, then I can't tell if I missed the settings, missed focus, have a problem with the body/lens (or else maybe I'm just crazy).

IMG 1 ) Iso on this particular pic was too high, iso5000, f/4, 1/250. But I feel like I still have this problem no matter the ISO. Also, I know that this lens is sharpest between f5.6-8, but this was an overcast right before the sun started to set.

IMG 2) iso 1600 f4.0 1/125

Please keep in mind, I do shoot in raw; however, these pictures were edited on the airplane on the way home today, so they were transferred to my cellphone as jpegs and done in lightroom mobile (I'm also far from being completely proficient with editing).

I've also read that this lens that I have isn't the best for sharpness, but I do enjoy the added range that the 105mm gives.

What can I do to improve? Any help / thoughts are appreciated, as I'm just trying to get better.


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Nov 25, 2017 06:57 |  #4035

If you think you are missing critical focus the first thing I would do is microadjust the lens. I'm a little surprised that an f4 lens is that off but it can make a huge difference. My eyes are bad enough that I've stopped mostly doing this myself and pay to have it done by professionals but I have done it in the past in multiple ways. They all work pretty well...from reiken focal to a ruler and a target to dot tune. If you are doing that already and you can't get critical focus in good light then I'd be worried about the lens or camera




  
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