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May 15, 2021 22:56 |  #2446

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Great crested grebe.
It was late in the day but a low sun easily gets the whites on these birds overexposed. So I exposed for the whites and hoped for the best. I honestly didn't know what to do in post. Just brightened the crest a bit so it stood out against the background and applied some sharpening.
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Bravo Levina, that is an absolutely stunning image.


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May 16, 2021 07:56 |  #2447

Wow!! Absolutely outstanding! I love it!




  
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May 16, 2021 08:00 |  #2448

PSteven wrote in post #19236235 (external link)
Wow!! Absolutely outstanding! I love it!

Thanks :-)


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May 16, 2021 08:04 |  #2449

Levina de Ruijter wrote in post #19235566 (external link)
Another good one, Paul.
They’re so colourless when young, aren’t they?

What a bummer to have lost your pics though. I had that happen once, long time ago. I used to use different cameras for different tasks and then it’s easy to loose track of what’s on which card. Since then I always double check before reformatting a card. It’s a lot easier now though as all I use these days is the R6! :-P

Pretty cool though that you managed to recover the files, even if only the jpegs.

Thank you Levina. Yes I was confused at first if it even was a starling

I was happy just to recover the jpgs just to see what I had shot. I could have paid for software to recover the RAW files too but I thought I would be better putting the money towards more mealworm and just shooting more photos in better light.




  
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May 16, 2021 08:05 |  #2450

Little cygnets barely a few days old.


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May 16, 2021 09:49 |  #2451

Jorgac wrote in post #19236102 (external link)
Bravo Levina, that is an absolutely stunning image.

Thank you so much, Charles!


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May 16, 2021 10:27 |  #2452

PSteven wrote in post #19235397 (external link)
One of my new starling visitors.

I made a schoolboy error and reformatted the card thinking it was the one I had taken out of the PC so had to recover this file with all the others from my morning shoot. I was unable to recover the RAW files using the free software I found on the internet. The light was pretty low anyway so my ISO was sky so I am not too bothered about the RAW files.

I would be interested in any recommendations for software for recovering files in this situation. I am sure I bought a product several years ago to recover files but can't remember what it was.


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Did you try Recuva (free), using Deep Scan? It's by Piriform, the CCleaner people. I've found it works very well on many missing, presumed lost forever files At https://www.ccleaner.c​om/download (external link)


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May 16, 2021 11:46 |  #2453

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Did you try Recuva (free), using Deep Scan? It's by Piriform, the CCleaner people. I've found it works very well on many missing, presumed lost forever files At https://www.ccleaner.c​om/download (external link)

I thought I had looked at that one and it had a limit on the free version but maybe I was mistaken. Thank you I will give this one a go.




  
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May 16, 2021 15:02 |  #2454

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May 16, 2021 16:45 |  #2455

With billions of 17-year cicadas now emerging from the ground and their exoskeletons, birds in certain states can look forward to
an unbelievable buffet.


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May 17, 2021 03:03 |  #2456

Using a crop lens (non canon) on R6 - interesting

if you use an ef-s lens - the R6 forces a crop mode
for Sigma (and possibly other) the camera does not know it is crop so you see the whole sensor - it creates a lot of vignetting however when you crop you get a much wider image

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based on file dimension the "effective crop" you get is 1.2 for 14mm= 17mm ; 1.35 for 10mm= 13.5mm
The image quality at corners is not sharp - but it is usable
I guess every crop lens outside of crop area will "fall apart" differently


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May 17, 2021 03:03 |  #2457

just for completion - here are the non crop images


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May 17, 2021 07:27 as a reply to  @ omer's post |  #2458

The R5/R6 not forcing crop mode for Sigma lenses designed for aps-c may possibly apply to older designed ones. The 18-35 automatically forces crop mode.


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May 17, 2021 09:02 |  #2459

an image from the beach at 10mm (=~13.5mm) with the sigma 10-20


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May 17, 2021 10:33 |  #2460

I continue to be impressed with the EF 85mm f1.8 lens on the R6. I took a few graduation shots this weekend and it just really seems like this lens "pops" on the R6. When I had used it on the 7DII, it was good but not outstanding. I have considered a RF 85mm of some type, but not really sure that they are worth the money for me as a hobbyist...




  
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