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Mar 21, 2021 03:14 |  #46921

TRhoads wrote in post #19211564 (external link)
someone help me...am i crazy that in full manual mode, you set aperture, shutter speed AND ISO...the EC wheel does nothing...nothing at all...it makes no changes to any settings...that is what I experience...does anyone else get the same result in full manual....

correct i have shot full manual for years but i also include WB too, as I only shoot jpeg I don't want the colour balance changing either .
I'm still working on the A1 but 5600 /5800 K seems to be about where I want to be .

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Mar 21, 2021 03:28 |  #46922

Couple of shots from a walk around the park this morning. First time out shooting in ages
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Mar 21, 2021 03:51 |  #46923

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I guessed I would be out on the travel time. For me getting to Hereford (for work) is 3.5 to 4 hrs. Once we can travel, I'm hoping to get to Brecon and get some photos at 4 waterfalls, but its the one near by, I would like to see. The only waterfall I have near me is when a sluice gate is over flowing in the drainage ditch.

Central Brecon's ie Pen y Fan and the main waterfall area is about 1hr 30min early in the morning. We usually do the waterfalls every March for my birthday but alas..... Certainly worth going over though, preferably on a weekday as it's much quieter.


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Mar 21, 2021 07:06 |  #46924

GyRob wrote in post #19211673 (external link)
correct i have shot full manual for years but i also include WB too, as I only shoot jpeg I don't want the colour balance changing either .
I'm still working on the A1 but 5600 /5800 K seems to be about where I want to be .

Rob.

Yep, forgot about WB, I always set thatntoo.even when shooting raw to avoid little shifts between frames..


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Mar 21, 2021 09:58 |  #46925

very quiet at the lake


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Mar 21, 2021 12:48 |  #46926

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Mar 21, 2021 14:22 |  #46927

Just got my Sigma 40mm f1.4 Art. Holy guacamole, this thing is huge and heavy.

Quick shot. I had to sell my Fuji GF 45mm f2.8 but now looking at the shot from GF lens a week ago, I am having second thoughts.

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Fuji 45mm f2.8 GF, @f2.8. The rendering, and the way highlight shadow transition happens, looks better even though it is a slower lens. Maybe this is due to the medium format look. I should have done side by side before selling it.

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Mar 21, 2021 14:50 |  #46928

The alcohol we burned in the torches used to form up wax crowns in the Dental Lab aboard my ship USS Oriskany in 1966 was also 190 proof.  :p

Bobbyz is correct in that the Live View effects on/off is disabled when a flash is detected on my a7rIV. I used two Nissan 700A flashes in strip boxes aimed at the background photo (Royal Gorge), and the Nissin Air One controller mounted on camera. I'm not sure where I got the idea that Live View effects worked with flash. -?

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Mar 21, 2021 15:00 |  #46929

Managed to get out for a wander today with the tripod and the 10 stop ND. Up until last week we've only been allowed out for walks, exercise and essential travel, so being allowed to stop and set up a tripod etc is a real treat!! :lol:

Saw a kingfisher whilst walking along the river inbetween these shots. Saw it perched on a branch, and do the whole dive thing, which was amazing to see. I only had the 16-35 with me though, fitted with filters etc, so didn't even bother trying to photograph it!

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Mar 21, 2021 15:15 |  #46930

Monkey moss wrote in post #19211924 (external link)
Managed to get out for a wander today with the tripod and the 10 stop ND. Up until last week we've only been allowed out for walks, exercise and essential travel, so being allowed to stop and set up a tripod etc is a real treat!! :lol:

Saw a kingfisher whilst walking along the river inbetween these shots. Saw it perched on a branch, and do the whole dive thing, which was amazing to see. I only had the 16-35 with me though, fitted with filters etc, so didn't even bother trying to photograph it!

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Nice. I've been setting up a tripod for ages! :eek:

Old one with the Contax.

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Mar 21, 2021 15:24 |  #46931

navydoc wrote in post #19211918 (external link)
The alcohol we burned in the torches used to form up wax crowns in the Dental Lab aboard my ship USS Oriskany in 1966 was also 190 proof.  :p

Bobbyz is correct in that the Live View effects on/off is disabled when a flash is detected on my a7rIV. I used two Nissan 700A flashes in strip boxes aimed at the background photo (Royal Gorge), and the Nissin Air One controller mounted on camera. I'm not sure where I got the idea that Live View effects worked with flash. -?

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Gene, there is another option called Shot Preview on/off. This seems to be only available to put on a button. Then when you press it and hold it (with trigger or flash on camera still on), it will show you the ambient. I used it yesterday for the first time. Works but kind of distracting. Wish camera showed ambient as is.


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Mar 21, 2021 15:32 |  #46932

Dont blame you either. To be fair, I'm sure where you've been taking pics you've been a lot more than 2m away from anyone else!!! :lol:

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Nice. I've been setting up a tripod for ages! :eek:

Old one with the Contax.

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Mar 21, 2021 16:52 |  #46933

Spring has finally sprung in our area.

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Mar 21, 2021 20:48 |  #46934

EDIT: I modified the bottom image as a B&W because I had a change of mind and thought B&W was more appropriate for that image.

The Garmin took me down a pretty sketch dirt road today...

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Mar 21, 2021 21:08 |  #46935

David Arbogast wrote in post #19211861 (external link)
I love minimalistic arrestingly beautiful photos like this. It conveys a feeling of loneliness as if it’s the POV of the last human alive on earth.

I agree with this sentiment...stunning image.

bobbyz wrote in post #19211908 (external link)
Just got my Sigma 40mm f1.4 Art. Holy guacamole, this thing is huge and heavy.

Quick shot. I had to sell my Fuji GF 45mm f2.8 but now looking at the shot from GF lens a week ago, I am having second thoughts.
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Fuji 45mm f2.8 GF, @f2.8. The rendering, and the way highlight shadow transition happens, looks better even though it is a slower lens. Maybe this is due to the medium format look. I should have done side by side before selling it.
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They look very different, but that could be a color rendering thing as much as light, conditions and any number of factors...the Fuji does look good. Makes me kinda want one for portraits...


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