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Jul 11, 2019 13:58 |  #2011

Yup. This thing is cool!


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Jul 14, 2019 23:15 |  #2012

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EF 135mm f/2L | EF 100mm f/2 | EF 85mm f/1.8 | EF 50mm f/1.2L | EF 35mm f/1.4L EF 100mm f/2.8L IS USM MACRO

  
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Jul 28, 2019 11:49 |  #2014

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Aug 04, 2019 08:03 |  #2015

Marine Street window with an artsy look from this morning. Not for everyone.

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Aug 08, 2019 04:33 |  #2016

I become a swallowtail :-)
If nobody is going to eat me....


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Aug 08, 2019 04:44 |  #2017

Wow!! I found my next camera.




  
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Aug 08, 2019 13:17 |  #2018

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Wow!! I found my next camera.

...and they're some-would-say-highly affordable now.. Here are bodies, batterygrips, A-S-type plates, etc.. All come with warranty and a 30-day return privelege.. I love B&H, and I'm just a customer.

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Aug 11, 2019 16:43 |  #2019

Two from this morning. Hope you like them.

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Aug 14, 2019 20:55 |  #2020

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Really do love this macro lens!


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Aug 18, 2019 19:21 |  #2022

Testing today to use some open source foto software, and getting used to the 100mm f/2.8L IS macro lens and working DOF. Not BIF, more like BOB (Bird On Branch). But challenging enough! My wife feeds these birds walnuts in our yard. The scenes from the movie "Snow White" where little birds fly around the princess are literally true with my wife :-P. She calls them "Chick-a-dee-dees." Anyway, today they decided to pose for me, while I was testing.


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Aug 19, 2019 10:39 |  #2023

raksphoto wrote in post #18912331 (external link)
Testing today to use some open source foto software, and getting used to the 100mm f/2.8L IS macro lens and working DOF. Not BIF, more like BOB (Bird On Branch). But challenging enough! My wife feeds these birds walnuts in our yard. The scenes from the movie "Snow White" where little birds fly around the princess are literally true with my wife :-P. She calls them "Chick-a-dee-dees." Anyway, today they decided to pose for me, while I was testing.

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Ok, I am curious. What did your tests reveal? I don't see anything in the picture that I would call sharp. Looks like a lot of my pictures actually. :-) My problem tends to be camera shake. I bought the 100L for its macro capabilities and as such most of my shots are within 3ft of the subject. Questions:

Large crop?
Distance to subject?
Software?

Rod


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Aug 20, 2019 01:32 |  #2024

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Ok, I am curious. What did your tests reveal? I don't see anything in the picture that I would call sharp. Looks like a lot of my pictures actually. :-) My problem tends to be camera shake. I bought the 100L for its macro capabilities and as such most of my shots are within 3ft of the subject. Questions:

Large crop?
Distance to subject?
Software?

Rod

The actual "test" here was merely gathering camera raw data to collect using my Pixelbook to upload fotos from either the 5DSr, or its media, into DigiKam on the Penguin Linux container. So, I was mainly just gathering data to test using the recently installed DigiKam, which I was just getting up to speed on. My other main tool on Linux is the incredible RawTherapee, but it's not as well situated as a DAM. My photography workflow is 100% FOSS on Linux, never going back to Adobe, Apple, or Google for creative tools.

I happened to see the little birds were swirling around me when I walked from my garage office outside, to get some test fotos on the camera/media, for this purpose.

After I saw the results on the computer, I immediately recognized my technique errors. The exposure should have been done at much higher ISO, (1600-2000), to enable Av of f/4 to f/5.6, to open up the DoF. And to also allow a faster Tv, because these little critters moved about very quickly.

But this test was also the first time I was able to get such pictures, at a working distance of 1-2m away, and I knew that cropping would likely yield good results. So, I was more concentrating on just getting one of the birds in the shot at all, as versus doing so with correct exposure for sharpness. The liittle test was also a reminder that sharpess with the 5DS when working handheld requires Tv of 2-4x faster than what you're normally used to. However, the IS on the 100mm macro helps a lot by keeping the viewfinder display from being so jumbly.


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EF-S 10-18mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM | EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM |
EF-S 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS II USM | EF 70-200mm f/4L |
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Aug 20, 2019 14:09 |  #2025

raksphoto wrote in post #18913090 (external link)
The actual "test" here was merely gathering camera raw data to collect using my Pixelbook to upload fotos from either the 5DSr, or its media, into DigiKam on the Penguin Linux container. So, I was mainly just gathering data to test using the recently installed DigiKam, which I was just getting up to speed on. My other main tool on Linux is the incredible RawTherapee, but it's not as well situated as a DAM. My photography workflow is 100% FOSS on Linux, never going back to Adobe, Apple, or Google for creative tools.

I happened to see the little birds were swirling around me when I walked from my garage office outside, to get some test fotos on the camera/media, for this purpose.

After I saw the results on the computer, I immediately recognized my technique errors. The exposure should have been done at much higher ISO, (1600-2000), to enable Av of f/4 to f/5.6, to open up the DoF. And to also allow a faster Tv, because these little critters moved about very quickly.

But this test was also the first time I was able to get such pictures, at a working distance of 1-2m away, and I knew that cropping would likely yield good results. So, I was more concentrating on just getting one of the birds in the shot at all, as versus doing so with correct exposure for sharpness. The liittle test was also a reminder that sharpess with the 5DS when working handheld requires Tv of 2-4x faster than what you're normally used to. However, the IS on the 100mm macro helps a lot by keeping the viewfinder display from being so jumbly.

I've been using Debian Linux full time since 2001. Couldn't go back to Windows.

The software: raw therapee- see darktable; same but different
Digicam - had some issues years ago so I tend to steer clear. See fotoxx for similar feature set
Photo viewer: I like fast- see gwenview

I also grab shots that are, for me, rare occurrences and hope I did something right.

Hope you see a repeat with the little birds. Good luck.

Rod


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