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Sep 10, 2018 12:37 as a reply to  @ post 18704864 |  #20536

I can't look at that critter without laughing. lol Nice shot - regardless of the ISO!


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Sep 10, 2018 13:06 |  #20537

Just realised that if I change the aspect ratio on my rx1rii to 1:1 for example when the raw loads in lightroom it shows as a 1:1 image, however the rest of the image is still there and you can click on crop to reveal it.

Does anyone know if the a7riii does the same thing?


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Sep 10, 2018 13:38 |  #20538

xpfloyd wrote in post #18704919 (external link)
Just realised that if I change the aspect ratio on my rx1rii to 1:1 for example when the raw loads in lightroom it shows as a 1:1 image, however the rest of the image is still there and you can click on crop to reveal it.

Does anyone know if the a7riii does the same thing?

If I recall, my a7rII did that as long as I shot in raw. I could change to 16:9 for shooting. Once opened in ACR, I could 'uncrop' back to the standard 3:2. I haven't tried that with my a7rIII though but don't see why it wouldn't work there as well. I think it's only jpeg output that permanently crops.

I only have two options for aspect ratio for both, 3:2 or 16:9


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Sep 10, 2018 13:57 |  #20539

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After listening to Phil Demers on Joe Rogan I couldn’t go to marineland. Worth a listen if you haven’t heard it

Eddie, the Marineland of Phil Demers infamy is in Niagra Falls, Ontario.

Located in just to the south of St. Augustine, FL, this property is right on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean.

The Niagra Falls Marineland is not affiliated with Marineland Dolphin Adventure (Marineland of FL), rather, it operates as a subsidiary of Georgia Aquarium.

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Sep 10, 2018 14:06 |  #20540

navydoc wrote in post #18704949 (external link)
If I recall, my a7rII did that as long as I shot in raw. I could change to 16:9 for shooting. Once opened in ACR, I could 'uncrop' back to the standard 3:2. I haven't tried that with my a7rIII though but don't see why it wouldn't work there as well. I think it's only jpeg output that permanently crops.

I only have two options for aspect ratio for both, 3:2 or 16:9

Thanks Gene. The rx1rii has 4 options which isn’t as many as I would like but I suppose it’s better than the 2 my a7riii gives. I wish manufacturers would allow you to input custom ratios


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Sep 10, 2018 14:07 |  #20541

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Eddie, the Marineland of Phil Demers infamy is in Niagra Falls, Ontario.

Located in just to the south of St. Augustine, FL, this property is right on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean.

The Niagra Falls Marineland is not affiliated with Marineland Dolphin Adventure (Marineland of FL), rather, it operates as a subsidiary of Georgia Aquarium.

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Ahh, didn’t even click that you weren’t talking about the Canadian one


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Sep 10, 2018 14:12 |  #20542

It will be interesting to see what Fuji has in store for the upcoming GFX 50R. Looks promising.

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Sep 10, 2018 14:23 |  #20543

xpfloyd wrote in post #18704919 (external link)
Just realised that if I change the aspect ratio on my rx1rii to 1:1 for example when the raw loads in lightroom it shows as a 1:1 image, however the rest of the image is still there and you can click on crop to reveal it.

Does anyone know if the a7riii does the same thing?

Even the A7 does it. I tend to shoot my car stuff in 16:9 but when imported into LR it does record the complete 3:2 & give me the option to crop back out!


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Sep 10, 2018 15:50 |  #20544

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Even the A7 does it. I tend to shoot my car stuff in 16:9 but when imported into LR it does record the complete 3:2 & give me the option to crop back out!

Wish I had realised that before now!


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Sep 10, 2018 18:30 |  #20545

A low angle look at an old hourglass I have. I shot this using my Laowa 15mm macro.

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The BTS shot: I placed an old hourglass on my cutting board, hung a window screen frame with tracing paper taped inside on a "C" stand, put a Nissin Di700A flash behind that and used an old wood panel as a backdrop.

This was shot at f32 so the ambient light was pretty much killed.


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Sep 10, 2018 20:40 |  #20546

Atlantic Station, Atlanta

Yes, I am facing the wrong way for light trails but the light in the sky was so good.

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Note: The security guard told me to stay on this side of that lamp post. :rolleyes:

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Sep 10, 2018 20:44 |  #20547

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Sep 10, 2018 21:13 |  #20548

Golden hour upon midtown Atlanta

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Sep 10, 2018 22:47 |  #20549

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A low angle look at an old hourglass I have. I shot this using my Laowa 15mm macro.

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Love you caught the sand falling Gene. 10 star sig as expected ;)


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Sep 10, 2018 23:01 |  #20550

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Love you caught the sand falling Gene. 10 star sig as expected ;)

Thanks. The grains of falling sand were a bit tricky to focus on. There was also a lot of small grains stuck to the inside of the glass due to static electricity that I had to deal with...and focus through as well. I minimized them by using Topaz Simplify.


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