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Mar 03, 2009 13:18 |  #1276

upload them to an account like photobucket and paste the img code in yur messages.


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Mar 03, 2009 13:57 |  #1277

Thanks, got it figured out and edited the post, going to put a couple more up as well.


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Mar 03, 2009 14:02 |  #1278

ZensLens wrote in post #7447052 (external link)
Thanks, got it figured out and edited the post, going to put a couple more up as well.

something about that tractor i really like. nice.


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Mar 03, 2009 14:12 |  #1279

Damn.. those are great shots. Nice color too.

If I go FF, I'd get the 1Ds II instead of the 5D MK II for sure.:)


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Mar 03, 2009 14:22 |  #1280

Just a couple more and thanks for the compliments :)

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Mar 03, 2009 19:35 |  #1281

OK, some more 1Ds2 love. :)

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Mar 03, 2009 19:38 |  #1282

Very nice, guys.

I like the b/w Eiffel.


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Mar 03, 2009 19:40 |  #1283

It was hell trying to get a shot of the damn thing without people visible :lol:


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Mar 03, 2009 19:46 |  #1284

Do you have CS4 Extended? I don't use the 3D features but it has somethin hella cool... it will take multiple exposures and then subtract the difference.... so imagine you have a crowded hallway.. if you set the camera up in one stable place and take multiple exposures it will blend them and remove anything that moved inbetween the shots... so it will effectively empty the hallway (or tower) for you.


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Mar 03, 2009 19:48 |  #1285

No, I just use LR. :)

Back in the "old days" we'd just stick a heavy neutral density filter on and do a 30 min exposure, that got rid of everything outside parked cars...


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Mar 03, 2009 20:11 |  #1286

wernersl wrote in post #7447073 (external link)
something about that tractor i really like. nice.

Yeah, that tractor shot popped out when I was scrolling along.

Nice B/W conversions pingflood. I am going through a monochrome stage myself.

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Mar 03, 2009 20:31 |  #1287

Well I am glad I added the 1DsmkII to my arsenal, along with the mkIIN. I thought hard about a mkIII for the last month, thinking maybe I'll take a chance, then Canon calls all the mkIII's back in again today. What a sad joke.


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Mar 03, 2009 20:36 |  #1288

I think some people were maybe thinking of a possible 1d4 for PMA instead Canon recalls all Mark 3s.


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Mar 03, 2009 20:50 |  #1289

I actually know of one significant advantage that the 5D series has over the 1D series - shutter noise!

I primarily photograph wildlife, and I mainly photograph wildlife that is very wild and will not tolerate human nearness. Birds such as turkeys and ducks are uncommonly wary and sensitive to any disturbance.

I set up temporary blinds in key habitat areas and wait extremely quietly for the quarry to approach from the right direction (regarding light). I very, very slowly shift the camera lens in the direction of the bird. Imagine the loud "clunk" that a 1D or 1Ds makes - it immediately spooks the quarry away!

The 5D also has this problem, but not nearly as pronounced. The shutter is quieter than the 1D shutters, and that allows me a little more time with teh subject in range before it spooks.

Hence, I most often take my 5D out to the blind instead of the 1Ds2. But I do greatly appreciate the build quality of the 1D series, and it is with regret that I am forced to use my 5D. The 3fps is hard to live with . . . but then having the first frame spook the bird is even harder to live with.

Why the heck can't they just make the 1D series with a whisper-quiet shutter?


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Mar 04, 2009 02:03 |  #1290

David S wrote in post #7449383 (external link)
I think some people were maybe thinking of a possible 1d4 for PMA instead Canon recalls all Mark 3s.

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