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Sep 14, 2020 04:02 |  #676

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Sep 14, 2020 04:13 |  #677

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I was asked to shoot some photos at an equestrian competition today. The R5 performed brilliantly. I'm pretty blown away by this camera (along with the RF 70-200 f/2.8)!

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Curious about your experience with Eye AF (assuming you used it). Did you happen to switch between regular eye af and animal eye af? wondering if the camera would have issues choosing between the horse's eyes and the human's eyes, and if selecting animal or not has any real impact? great images!


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Sep 14, 2020 08:51 |  #678

prismrat wrote in post #19124701 (external link)
Curious about your experience with Eye AF (assuming you used it). Did you happen to switch between regular eye af and animal eye af? wondering if the camera would have issues choosing between the horse's eyes and the human's eyes, and if selecting animal or not has any real impact? great images!

Thanks! Great question. I used the Eye Tracking AF a little bit at this event to test it, but found that it bounced around too much between horse eye, human eye, and mostly big moving blobs around the horses body while it searched. The focus was still great during the process, but it was a little distracting to me wondering if it was getting just what I wanted. So I switched to more of a spot/area AF point that I could move around where I wanted depending on composition of the shot, and found that to be most reliable and comfortable for me. When I'm shooting our dogs or other more simple animal shots, the eye tracking is absolutely the way to go, but in this case with all of the distractions like jumps, people, spectators, etc., I think it's asking too much for the AF to read my mind completely.


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Sep 14, 2020 09:38 |  #679

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Curious about your experience with Eye AF (assuming you used it). Did you happen to switch between regular eye af and animal eye af? wondering if the camera would have issues choosing between the horse's eyes and the human's eyes, and if selecting animal or not has any real impact? great images!

Kinda of alone this line, I was goofing off taking pictures of my son this morning playing in his room. I had the Eye AF on, but noticed it wasn't grabbing his eye or even his head. Come to find out I had the priority set to animals. The second I switched that to People, it immediately grabbed his eye. I was a little shocked that there was that big of an effect of AF just making the change between the 2.


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Sep 14, 2020 15:05 |  #680

So we all know that the R5 can take pictures of birds, dogs, people, sunsets, etc. Those were all pretty much a given I think. However, when it comes to overall portraits, there's a huge question that has yet to be answered...mantis portraits. Can this camera properly take pictures of a pure killing machine? Can it bring out the soft inner-soul of these face-eating monsters? These are all valid questions that we've all had, not just myself I'm sure.

Well, I'm happy to report that it does quite a good job in this area as well. And lets be honest, if it can succeed here, can you imagine how well it would do in an intimate setting with something that doesn't eat the face of it's partner? Exactly, it'll do fantastic.

Here's the initial "give me a fun pose, something that you might post up Face(eating)book and say 'Ready to have a great Saturday night!'"

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And then the "show me those moves, like you see in recent Tik-Toc videos" pose

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But then it needs to get a bit more serious, and the "show me that 'come hither' look" something that says "you want me to eat your face"

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A profile shot here is always nice as well...get a bit of a side-eye glance

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Now, let start to go in for the "kill" as they say...give a good reach of that death-paw of yours...

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And finally, the last thing they'll see...

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Overall, I think it was a very successful session. So mantis portrait photographers can breathe a nice sigh of relief, this camera will do a great job overall! And you're welcome

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Sep 14, 2020 16:31 as a reply to  @ JayLT's post |  #681

you are a macro star..stunning work :-D




  
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Sep 14, 2020 19:31 |  #682

JayLT wrote in post #19124938 (external link)
So we all know that the R5 can take pictures of birds, dogs, people, sunsets, etc. Those were all pretty much a given I think. However, when it comes to overall portraits, there's a huge question that has yet to be answered...mantis portraits. Can this camera properly take pictures of a pure killing machine? Can it bring out the soft inner-soul of these face-eating monsters? These are all valid questions that we've all had, not just myself I'm sure.

Well, I'm happy to report that it does quite a good job in this area as well. And lets be honest, if it can succeed here, can you imagine how well it would do in an intimate setting with something that doesn't eat the face of it's partner? Exactly, it'll do fantastic.

Here's the initial "give me a fun pose, something that you might post up Face(eating)book and say 'Ready to have a great Saturday night!'"

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/2jGm​sJ6  (external link) R5__8349-Edit (external link) by Jay Cline (external link), on Flickr

And then the "show me those moves, like you see in recent Tik-Toc videos" pose

QUOTED IMAGE
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/2jGz​jiR  (external link) R5__7965-Edit (external link) by Jay Cline (external link), on Flickr

But then it needs to get a bit more serious, and the "show me that 'come hither' look" something that says "you want me to eat your face"

QUOTED IMAGE
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/2jGz​jFV  (external link) R5__8457-Edit (external link) by Jay Cline (external link), on Flickr

A profile shot here is always nice as well...get a bit of a side-eye glance

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/2jGA​abM  (external link) R5__8425-Edit (external link) by Jay Cline (external link), on Flickr

Now, let start to go in for the "kill" as they say...give a good reach of that death-paw of yours...

https://flic.kr/p/2jGq​WH3 (external link)R5__8629-Edit (external link) by Jay Cline (external link), on Flickr

And finally, the last thing they'll see...

https://flic.kr/p/2jGq​bX1 (external link)R5__8687-Edit (external link) by Jay Cline (external link), on Flickr

Overall, I think it was a very successful session. So mantis portrait photographers can breathe a nice sigh of relief, this camera will do a great job overall! And you're welcome

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Sep 14, 2020 20:43 |  #683

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I was asked to shoot some photos at an equestrian competition today. The R5 performed brilliantly. I'm pretty blown away by this camera (along with the RF 70-200 f/2.8)!

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Sep 15, 2020 16:40 |  #684

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Sep 15, 2020 17:57 |  #685

Two pics of many from today's foggy sunset, a perfect blend of natural phenomena. I shot with both the R and R5 today.


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Sep 15, 2020 19:19 |  #686

I managed to get out this afternoon with the R5. More to come. Here's one.


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Sep 15, 2020 20:11 |  #688

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Well the R5 is a no brainer with images captured like this. Very nice

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did you do any cropping at all ?

Here is a jpg version of the original uncropped raw image with no processing- SOOC


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