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Oct 27, 2018 13:44 |  #5896

From a two day shoot this weekend.
I made the dragon head, chicken wire and paper mache, the set is inside my barn.


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Oct 27, 2018 22:24 |  #5897

My wife sent me a link the other day to the fantastic work of German photographer Christian Vieler, who has produced some incredibly fun images of dogs having snacks tossed their way. I thought it might be fun to set up a little studio in my man cave and see if we could make some similar images with our dogs. They were very willing to help, and didn't seem to mind when we had to keep trying and trying to get the timing and focus just right. :lol:

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Oct 27, 2018 22:26 |  #5898

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Oct 28, 2018 06:33 |  #5899

Out of the darkness. Captured this leopard from a hide in Zimanga Private Game Reserve, South Africa. The cat was about 4 meters from me.


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Oct 28, 2018 07:35 |  #5900

Hi. I want to upgrade my mk2 to mk4 and have a question about high iso shooting and night (stars) landscapes: what quality mk4 shows on iso 3200-6400 with 30sec exposure time ? No colored lines (banding) or overheating ? How easy can clean images with stars from noise ? Can you say, that mk4 its a good camera for nightscapes ?


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Oct 28, 2018 10:03 |  #5901

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Hi. I want to upgrade my mk2 to mk4 and have a question about high iso shooting and night (stars) landscapes: what quality mk4 shows on iso 3200-6400 with 30sec exposure time ? No colored lines (banding) or overheating ? How easy can clean images with stars from noise ? Can you say, that mk4 its a good camera for nightscapes ?

You won't have any problem in this scenario. There is no shortage of shots around at ISOs much higher than 6400 and longer exposures than 30 seconds as evidence. No problem with noise reduction or overheating either. None of these were issues even for the 5D3.


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Oct 28, 2018 12:01 |  #5902

I loosely plan when I set out to do landscape photography due to the fact that you never really know what to expect. The weather, plans, or scene can change so quickly and all you can do is improvise and see if something catches your eye. Yesterday was one of those days.

The idea was to head out to Sedona and capture some fall color. My gf Tracy and I got a late start and I knew she wanted to see a a specific art gallery and catch Darius Lux's musical performance at a brewery. So by the time we got into town I had already put my plans for photo's on the back burner (happily since I enjoy Tracy).

Sunset wasn't far off by the time we were done and neither of us wanted to get home late. So off we went. But I took some random roads while taking in the scenery with the windows down.

off in the distance was a bridge I had never seen before which led to a high end gated community. We parked on the side of the road and walked over and onto the bridge which crossed Oak Creek. This view was gorgeous and I snapped several images. But as the sun was falling below the horizon, my eye saw something I knew I wanted to take home with me. A black and white abstract shot of the creek as it trailed off into the distance.

It's a simple shot that encompasses the "Spirit of oak Creek"...and thus the image is named.

**Also included the image of my camera snapping this shot (I know, I know...it's taken with a T2i, but the actual image was taken by the Mark IV)


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Oct 28, 2018 12:49 |  #5903

bwhip wrote in post #18738036 (external link)
My wife sent me a link the other day to the fantastic work of German photographer Christian Vieler, who has produced some incredibly fun images of dogs having snacks tossed their way. I thought it might be fun to set up a little studio in my man cave and see if we could make some similar images with our dogs. They were very willing to help, and didn't seem to mind when we had to keep trying and trying to get the timing and focus just right. :lol:

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Fun shots. Those images are great.




  
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Oct 28, 2018 13:32 |  #5904

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Superb - especially that last one!!


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Oct 28, 2018 14:03 |  #5905


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Oct 28, 2018 15:02 |  #5906

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Oct 28, 2018 16:09 |  #5907

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I too have had the honor of seeing a leopard in the wild (in India by contrast), but I didn't get anywhere near as good a view or picture as you have managed. They are truely magnificent creatures to see first-hand in the wild.




  
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Oct 28, 2018 21:56 |  #5908

Really loving the Sigma Art 105 f1.4 mounted on the 5D MK IV


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Oct 28, 2018 22:57 |  #5909

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Beautiful dog, and great capture. If you don't mind, I have one suggestion. There's essentially a vertical ray of light above the dog's left ear. It's pretty distracting from an otherwise excellent photo. Easy to clone out, and it would remove the only flaw I see in this image.


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Oct 28, 2018 23:48 |  #5910

bwhip wrote in post #18738036 (external link)
My wife sent me a link the other day to the fantastic work of German photographer Christian Vieler, who has produced some incredibly fun images of dogs having snacks tossed their way. I thought it might be fun to set up a little studio in my man cave and see if we could make some similar images with our dogs. They were very willing to help, and didn't seem to mind when we had to keep trying and trying to get the timing and focus just right. :lol:

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These are absolutely great shots. You captured some very humerus expressions.


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