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Mar 11, 2018 23:09 |  #13576

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Mar 11, 2018 23:15 |  #13577

navydoc wrote in post #18583258 (external link)
Loving the textures and tones in this shot Alfredo. It looks awesome.

As an experiment, I think I was able to straighten your cropped image above by correcting both verticals and horizontals.

Thanks Gene. I would like to see your version. I tried the 8 point perspective correction as well as the rectangle correction in ViewPoint3 and still couldn't quite get it looking right. Whenever I got the vertical and horizontal lines correct, the image looked pinched on the bottom although the lines were straight. Very weird.




  
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Mar 11, 2018 23:20 |  #13578

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"Corner Office"

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Note: This was more than 50% crop from a larger image. I couldn't get the verticals corrected in the original so I went with this abstract type image.

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Mar 11, 2018 23:22 |  #13579

Not taken with a Sony camera, but a picture of me using my Sony. Personally I found it pretty amusing.
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Mar 12, 2018 00:40 |  #13580

Scatterbrained wrote in post #18582854 (external link)
I too am curious about this. I've been contemplating replacing my 1Dx with an A9 and transitioning over to native lenses, but AF performance still worries me a bit, that and my wifes inevitable reaction when a new camera shows up. :-D

I told my GF I was buying a new camera. 1 month after the purchase I bring out 2 cameras and she says YOU HAVE 2 CAMERAS??


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Mar 12, 2018 00:57 |  #13581

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I told my GF I was buying a new camera. 1 month after the purchase I bring out 2 cameras and she says YOU HAVE 2 CAMERAS??

Ha, ha:-P I can pull that off with little things, but not a camera body. :oops: If a new plate filter showed up in my bag she wouldn't notice, but when a new tripod showed up she noticed.


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Mar 12, 2018 01:57 |  #13582

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I don't normally work weekends but had to today so decided to get my shot for the weekly comp whilst there. Somehow managed to shoot all my photos in jpeg only today!! Still getting used to the a7riii

GET LOW

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I thought while I was there I might as well do the opposite shot

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Love it, the sparks make the shot for me!


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Mar 12, 2018 06:44 |  #13583

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #18583198 (external link)
Maybe we can walk up together IF you don't mind a snails pace :)

I can do that...my dad is usually with me, and he doesn't walk very fast.

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I told my GF I was buying a new camera. 1 month after the purchase I bring out 2 cameras and she says YOU HAVE 2 CAMERAS??

I solved that problem by letting my wife go on a portrait shoot with me...without any prompting, she told me that the fumbling with one body changing lenses looked like a PITA, and it made it take longer...problem solved...I ordered a second body that night!


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Mar 12, 2018 07:01 |  #13584

Brought the AD200 to Disney. Yes it was worth it.

Stacked a magmod bounce on top of a full CTO maggel

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Mar 12, 2018 07:37 |  #13585

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Brought the AD200 to Disney. Yes it was worth it.

Stacked a magmod bounce on top of a full CTO maggel

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Fabulous, Carlo. Just fabulous.

The kids will still treasure this shot in 50 years time.


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Mar 12, 2018 07:38 |  #13586

I'm still waiting for my A9 to arrive (should be here tomorrow)...and am still debating whether to get the A7rIII or A7III for my second body, but this post is regarding 3rd party dual battery chargers. Has anyone tried any of the following:

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https://www.amazon.com …sw_r_cp_api_k4c​oAbAY0XSM8 (external link)

I'm not big on 3rd party chargers, but if they work well without any harmful effects on camera body and OEM battery, and are great for traveling due to their compact size...why not use them?




  
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Mar 12, 2018 07:45 |  #13587

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Scatterbrained those last two seascape were really good, not to mention the underwater shot
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Nice. I'm imagining compositing a surfer on that sky. it looks likes waves. :)


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Mar 12, 2018 07:50 |  #13588

mystik610 wrote in post #18583430 (external link)
Brought the AD200 to Disney. Yes it was worth it.

Stacked a magmod bounce on top of a full CTO maggel

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Carlo you again my friend made me bought a magmod. the reviews are true, Gary Fong Lightsphere provides me good light but it always falling off my flash. I have a birthday event coming soon. i will put it to real-world test. I might use the AD200+Magmod combo in RE gigs too. I saw some RE shooters using the combo.

Edit: Great shot by the way.


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Mar 12, 2018 07:52 |  #13589

kekane wrote in post #18583447 (external link)
I'm still waiting for my A9 to arrive (should be here tomorrow)...and am still debating whether to get the A7rIII or A7III for my second body, but this post is regarding 3rd party dual battery chargers. Has anyone tried any of the following:

https://www.amazon.com​/dp/B076CHQ1PM#custome​rReviews (external link)

https://www.amazon.com …sw_r_cp_api_k4c​oAbAY0XSM8 (external link)

I'm not big on 3rd party chargers, but if they work well without any harmful effects on camera body and OEM battery, and are great for traveling due to their compact size...why not use them?

I would say the A9 and the A7III compliments more to each other. Same MP, same numbers of PDAF points.


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Mar 12, 2018 08:16 |  #13590

Rayfo wrote in post #18583446 (external link)
Fabulous, Carlo. Just fabulous.

The kids will still treasure this shot in 50 years time.

Thank you!

vinmunoz wrote in post #18583454 (external link)
Carlo you again my friend made me bought a magmod. the reviews are true, Gary Fong Lightsphere provides me good light but it always falling off my flash. I have a birthday event coming soon. i will put it to real-world test. I might use the AD200+Magmod combo in RE gigs too. I saw some RE shooters using the combo.

Edit: Great shot by the way.

Thanks vinz. Yes the mods attach really quickly. Easy to put a setup together on the fly and it really stays on


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