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Sep 28, 2009 06:33 |  #512

Really nice Tareq. I love the tones a lot.


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Sep 28, 2009 06:39 |  #513

drisley wrote in post #8722823 (external link)
Really nice Tareq. I love the tones a lot.

Thanks!


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Sep 28, 2009 06:56 |  #514

Did you shoot these as in-camera JPG's? Or Raw with your own toning workflow?


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Sep 28, 2009 07:05 |  #515

drisley wrote in post #8722891 (external link)
Did you shoot these as in-camera JPG's? Or Raw with your own toning workflow?

The latter [RAW converted to JPEG with my own workflow].


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Sep 28, 2009 22:09 |  #516
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Great shots tareq, looked like it was a fun event.


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Sep 29, 2009 00:02 |  #517

Tareq wrote in post #8722785 (external link)
All i think at ISO2000

Great shots. Did you pull or push these in post?

Do you find that intermediate ISO's like 2000 are not quite as clean as full stops? I used to shoot 2000-2500 all the time, but not much any more.


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Sep 29, 2009 00:33 |  #518

In-camera jpeg, slight crop and resized to fit the forum size restrictions.

MkIII & 500mm f/4 IS. ISO400


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Sep 29, 2009 01:45 |  #519

"Bomber Homecoming"

The Commemorative Air Force B-17G Sentimental Journey returns to Falcon Field in Mesa, Arizona after a week-long trip visiting airports in California.

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Sep 29, 2009 01:46 |  #520

FlyingPhotog, those pictures are INCREDIBLE!!! My dad and both brothers were pilots, so this makes me so jealous.

mikeassk wrote in post #8724869 (external link)
Great shots. Did you pull or push these in post?

Do you find that intermediate ISO's like 2000 are not quite as clean as full stops? I used to shoot 2000-2500 all the time, but not much any more.

Really, I have not found this at all. I know some of the lower end cameras used to be noisier at intermediate stops, but tests show this isnt the case with the 1D3 for sure. The noise increases almost linearly from ISO100 to 3200, no jumps on the in-between steps because it's all done via hardware (not software push/pulling).

This is typical of what I get at ISO 2500 straight out of Raw with no extra noise reduction at all. I'm actually mostly impressed that I got this so sharp wide open at 150mm at only 1/60s shutter speed, hand held! :)

150mm, 1/60s, F2.8, ISO 2500 (external link)

With FlexNR I could get that looking almost like an ISO100 shot if I wanted. :)

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MkIII & 500mm f/4 IS. ISO400

That's magazine quality IMHO! I would love that lens!

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Sep 29, 2009 02:04 |  #521

mikeassk wrote in post #8724869 (external link)
Great shots. Did you pull or push these in post?

Do you find that intermediate ISO's like 2000 are not quite as clean as full stops? I used to shoot 2000-2500 all the time, but not much any more.

Hey Mike, I did some research, and found this article that seems to think this is the case with the 1DS MarkIII.

http://www.northlight-images.co.uk …ras/canon_1ds3_​noise.html (external link)

But this doesn't represent what I've read about the 1D MarkIII. So, I decided to do my own test.

I shot ISO 2500 and ISO 3200 with my lenscap on at 1/30s each. I then added +2EC on both images, and increased the midtone slider in levels on both image by 1.44 to make the noise very obvious.

ISO 2500

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As you can see, the ISO 2500 image is cleaner than the ISO 3200 image as it should be. So if the 1DS is using software gain, it doesn't appear the 1D is as as well.

I also did the experiement above, but this time adjusting the shutter speed accordingly, making the ISO 3200 shot at 1/40s to make the EV's the same. Once again the ISO 3200 shot was slightly noisier than the ISO 2500 shot as it shoot be. I tried both Zoombrowser/RIT (which mimics in camera processing) at default settings and high ISO NR turned OFF. I also tried the test in Adobe Camera Raw, same results.

Hope this helps.

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Sep 29, 2009 02:26 |  #522

drisley wrote in post #8725147 (external link)
That's magazine quality IMHO! I would love that lens!

Yeah, it was a considerable hit in the pocketbook, but the images it helps me get are worth it.

These do go to a couple of magazines, so yeah it better be magazine quality!!

thanks for the kind words!!




  
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Sep 29, 2009 02:53 |  #523

eric gautier wrote in post #8688961 (external link)
excellent! care to share your PP for this pic?


dinny66 wrote in post #8691257 (external link)
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Now that is nice! What PP did you do?

Just got back from shooting a football match under floodlights. Shot the entire match at ISO6400 1/500 @ f2.8. Let the EV do the rest.
Gotta say, first impressions from the images I've seen so far look good. Much better than I got with the 50D (which you expect of course).

Might have a little challenge for somebody though to have a go at cleaning up an image using this Pixmantra thing. Convince me I want it!

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Mike

PP was fairly simple. Crop and spot removal in Lightroom with a +38 Clarity boost. Then a run through Noiseware Pro (default settings) and sharpen.


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Sep 29, 2009 07:03 |  #524

Sorry i couldn't answer after that maintenance issue.

I forgot to say that those shots i posted above were all done by pp, i applied NR and some pp as well, but even the RAW were clean enough to start with, so i am happy that the camera can handle the noise great, also i shoot at RAW always so i don't care whatever camera is greater in high ISO [LIke 5Dmk2] because in RAW it is almost all the same or very close to each other and no in-camera NR applied, and to be honest i was able to use ISO3200 on those games but i decided i should go so high if i can use a bit lower with great results, still i was apple to shoot at 1/400 minimum, so i don't need to shoot at ISO3200 1/1000 when i can use ISO2000 and 1/640, faster is better but also i try to keep it clean, and ofcourse ISO2000 better than ISO3200 a bit.


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Sep 29, 2009 07:32 |  #525

Anyone here encountered any problems when shooting sRAW vs. regular RAW? I tried sRAW the other night for the first time, shot indoors @ ISO3200, and the pictures came out like crap - almost oversharpened....

Here is an example: (shot with the 50L and focus point was the BG-E6 model lettering at the base of the grip. It should have come out SHARP, but instead, you can barely make up the lettering) :confused:

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