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May 22, 2020 16:23 |  #40936

Lee, how you do make those nice short links from your flickr shots? Is that something from flickr or using the tools which make short links?


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May 22, 2020 17:08 |  #40937

bobbyz wrote in post #19067446 (external link)
Pretty cool bird shots. And you didn't have to travel far.

Not even 50 feet!


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May 22, 2020 17:11 |  #40938

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Nothing else to shoot.
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Liking the updated CaptureOne Pro. The previous versions had very restricted heal/clone. Now you can have multiple source points on the same layer. The before/after tool is also nice. Wish they had history like LR. All in all, I am not missing LR much.

I’ve only played around with C1 a bit and never used it properly but I found it is much more powerful than LR. It can bring out more detail without creating noise, even with other brand cameras.

The 6D2 was notorious for having poor DR but when I was playing around with a file in there, I could pull the shadows to +100 with no noise but the same action in LR created a lot of noise.

To me the biggest benefit to LR these days is its Photomerge feature and how it works so well with DNG.

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Lee, how you do make those nice short links from your flickr shots? Is that something from flickr or using the tools which make short links?

On your photo click on the share arrow, then click in share instead of BBCode and there will be the short link.


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May 22, 2020 20:21 |  #40939

I'm not generally a cake maker, but I have a ton of lemons right now and got my hands on some flour, so I tried a recipe from Bon Appetit for lemon pound cake. It doesn't quite look like the one in their picture :rolleyes:, but I look forward to dessert!

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May 22, 2020 20:55 |  #40940

Dlee13 wrote in post #19067503 (external link)
I’ve only played around with C1 a bit and never used it properly but I found it is much more powerful than LR. It can bring out more detail without creating noise, even with other brand cameras.

The 6D2 was notorious for having poor DR but when I was playing around with a file in there, I could pull the shadows to +100 with no noise but the same action in LR created a lot of noise.

To me the biggest benefit to LR these days is its Photomerge feature and how it works so well with DNG.

On your photo click on the share arrow, then click in share instead of BBCode and there will be the short link.

Thanks. Yes I see the link but how do I embedd it here? I tried [IMG]/img] and it doesn't work.

Edited: I already had it under my picture posts. You have to select share then BBcode and cut/paste the whole code, like I was doing already.


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May 23, 2020 00:22 |  #40941

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May 23, 2020 03:53 |  #40942

bobbyz wrote in post #19067480 (external link)
Lee, how you do make those nice short links from your flickr shots? Is that something from flickr or using the tools which make short links?


Dlee13 wrote in post #19067503 (external link)
On your photo click on the share arrow, then click in share instead of BBCode and there will be the short link.

I just copy and paste the BBCode. I think..... I'll have to double check when on the PC as I just do it in auto mode :lol:


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May 23, 2020 04:40 |  #40943

I don't take many gear photos (other than various setups with custom brackets) but made an exception for my Voigtlander 50mm f2 APO Lanthar that was delivered today.


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May 23, 2020 04:52 |  #40944

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Love the look of the voigtlander lenses. Nice photo


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May 23, 2020 05:18 |  #40945

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Love the look of the voigtlander lenses. Nice photo

Thanks. It feels great. The complete opposite of a Samyang lens.


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May 23, 2020 07:56 |  #40946

Session #3 in the Water Works Series is up today! This week is Exposure Blending.



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May 23, 2020 09:54 |  #40947

Another nice video, I always learn something from them. Question, assuming I had enough filter to get lower ss, I could have shot that image single shot at f2.8 or f4, isn't it (assuming leaves not moving case)? Or since it was a TSE lens, shoot at little slower aperture like f8, but still make the fern stand out with a reverse tilt.


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May 23, 2020 10:23 |  #40948

A couple of pictures I took yesterday while driving through Nevada.


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May 23, 2020 11:22 |  #40949

Nice colors in the sky. Here it is boring sunrise/sunset last few days.


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May 23, 2020 11:33 |  #40950

bobbyz wrote in post #19067764 (external link)
Another nice video, I always learn something from them. Question, assuming I had enough filter to get lower ss, I could have shot that image single shot at f2.8 or f4, isn't it (assuming leaves not moving case)? Or since it was a TSE lens, shoot at little slower aperture like f8, but still make the fern stand out with a reverse tilt.

Yes, I could have used more filter on the f2.8 aperture and not had to blur the one on post. But getting it ALL in one frame would be hard to not have movement in the ferns.


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