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Sep 05, 2016 09:42 |  #6256

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Sep 05, 2016 10:10 |  #6257


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One of my granddaughters.

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Sep 05, 2016 12:31 |  #6258

Maud the buzzard at Wildwood Trust, near Canterbury, England.

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Sep 05, 2016 15:51 |  #6259

Lovely shot Annie....


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Sep 05, 2016 20:14 |  #6260

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Sep 06, 2016 12:25 |  #6261

Weekend trip to Asheville, NC was much needed. Took the 6d with the 17-40mm on it, and my GR II. Nothing else was needed.

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Sep 07, 2016 05:25 |  #6262

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Sep 07, 2016 10:02 |  #6263

I took this one of the boy a couple weeks back on his 6 month B-day. Shot with the 50 STM. I just love the onsie!


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Sep 07, 2016 10:13 |  #6264

Haha, that is excellent!


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Sep 07, 2016 11:58 |  #6265

Some from tonight's beauty pageant...

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Sep 08, 2016 05:25 |  #6266

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Sep 08, 2016 07:33 |  #6267

So I know in my mind how to ask this but putting it in words is tough.

I have seen professional photographers using a 5DM3 that when they take a photo and then review or look at it in Playback on the LCD screen of the camera that you can see the focus box right where it was on the subjects face on the screen in Playback after the picture was taken. Now I know it obviously will not print out like that but it is there in camera.

I can see the point, it gives good information and feedback to the photographer on where the focus point was during shooting.

Does anyone know how this is achieved? Is it a setting? Is it only specific to the 5D series? I have a brand new 6D and would love to know if I can change a setting to get this feature active on my camera.


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Sep 08, 2016 07:50 |  #6268

A recent Wedding at the Giants Causeway

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Sep 08, 2016 07:59 |  #6269

dhornick wrote in post #18120836 (external link)
Does anyone know how this is achieved?

Without trying to sound like a SA, what you want to do is in your camera's manual. That's where I found it. I know, men don't read a manual usually, but hey, miracles do happen..:-P


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Sep 08, 2016 08:23 |  #6270

dhornick wrote in post #18120836 (external link)
So I know in my mind how to ask this but putting it in words is tough.

I have seen professional photographers using a 5DM3 that when they take a photo and then review or look at it in Playback on the LCD screen of the camera that you can see the focus box right where it was on the subjects face on the screen in Playback after the picture was taken. Now I know it obviously will not print out like that but it is there in camera.

I can see the point, it gives good information and feedback to the photographer on where the focus point was during shooting.

Does anyone know how this is achieved? Is it a setting? Is it only specific to the 5D series? I have a brand new 6D and would love to know if I can change a setting to get this feature active on my camera.

Under the third arrow icon in the menu, go to AF point disp. and enable the function.


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