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Sep 29, 2019 07:25 |  #706

Just curious - I read somewhere to shoot in 4/3rds perspective to fully use the sensor, however photo printing default seems to be 2:3.

I have been shooting 4/3rds, and try to remember to change to 2:3 if I am going to print.

Wondering what everyone does?

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Sep 29, 2019 08:30 |  #707

That's an interesting question. I haven't given it much thought.

On my last vacation I shot at 4:3 ratio but previous to that with Canon always at 2:3.

Look forward to hearing what other are doing.




  
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Oct 03, 2019 13:19 |  #708

Bergen, Norway...


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Oct 03, 2019 13:20 |  #709

Couple more from Bergen...


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Oct 04, 2019 00:29 |  #710

Practising with the new Lumix 100-300 f/4-5.6 ii lens.

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Had a lot of trouble getting focus on the gulls. Think I need a monopod.

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It's school holidays here - nice to see quite a few kids fishing:

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Oct 05, 2019 19:15 |  #711

Squirrels raiding the bird feeders gave me a chance to pull out the “BIG” lenses, 50-200mm and 100-400mm


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Really wish I had tome to get out more, now fall is upon us and it will be even harder to find time that coincided with good weather

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Oct 05, 2019 20:30 |  #712

Those are nice and sharp.

Well done.




  
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Oct 05, 2019 22:36 |  #713

i-G12 wrote in post #18939193 (external link)
Those are nice and sharp.

Well done.

They are really nice lenses, pricey, but nice


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Oct 05, 2019 22:48 |  #714

roseyposey wrote in post #18938126 (external link)
Practising with the new Lumix 100-300 f/4-5.6 ii lens.

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Had a lot of trouble getting focus on the gulls. Think I need a monopod.
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Nice set Rosey, I just got this on my facebook timeline, maybe of interest to you? Would not hurt to read perhaps? https://aviscapes.com …5T8KUAdgFK3sULN​9EbDSfP4wQ (external link)
It's about bird photgraphy, free.


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Oct 05, 2019 23:25 |  #715

i-G12 wrote in post #18939193 (external link)
Those are nice and sharp.

Well done.

Plus one :-)


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Oct 06, 2019 02:57 |  #716

kiwichris wrote in post #18939232 (external link)
Nice set Rosey, I just got this on my facebook timeline, maybe of interest to you? Would not hurt to read perhaps? https://aviscapes.com …5T8KUAdgFK3sULN​9EbDSfP4wQ (external link)
It's about bird photgraphy, free.

I just downloaded and read it, basic but interesting.


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Oct 06, 2019 04:09 |  #717

Rosey, I am wondering if this page will help, it has settings he uses.

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Oct 06, 2019 04:11 |  #718

LoneRider wrote in post #18939227 (external link)
They are really nice lenses, pricey, but nice

In NZ expect to pay around $2500 for the 50-200 and 2 grand for the 100-400.

My research says they both have magnificent IQ


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Oct 10, 2019 04:30 |  #719

pushing the little 14-140 to it's limits, very soft light, distance is about 1.75 km or 1.08 miles. Working in ACDSee, the only software I could get a result, I stupidly added some soft focus to give a bit of a dreamy look, but it is not too bad. It did give the water a nicer look. Well cropped to get this 'panorama.


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Oct 10, 2019 04:39 |  #720

kiwichris wrote in post #18941677 (external link)
pushing the little 14-140 to it's limits, very soft light, distance is about 1.75 km or 1.08 miles. Working in ACDSee, the only software I could get a result, I stupidly added some soft focus to give a bit of a dreamy look, but it is not too bad. It did give the water a nicer look. Well cropped to get this 'panorama.
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I like it Chris


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