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Dec 05, 2020 07:25 |  #22681

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Nice images. I thought I was looking at a cruise ship revictualling, except she looked small. It is interesting to see what is carried in those ships.




  
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Dec 05, 2020 13:17 |  #22682

Capn Jack wrote in post #19162051 (external link)
Nice images. I thought I was looking at a cruise ship revictualling, except she looked small. It is interesting to see what is carried in those ships.

This is how the UK keeps the stores filled with Tomatoes in the winter. They get shipped in from Fuerteventura to the docks at Southampton :)


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Dec 09, 2020 11:28 |  #22683

Over the past year, I've noticed my SS dial becoming less responsive. With over 450K of clicks, I guess the grip on the rubber has loosened.

Have a wedding on Saturday, so figured I'd better do something about it. Found this article https://martybugs.net …Dial-On-A-Canon-DSLR.html (external link) waiting on the glue, so will report back once I've applied the fix..


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Dec 09, 2020 13:29 as a reply to  @ Bobster's post |  #22684

I had to re-glue my old 50D, so far my 7D2 has been ok. Make sure you have the right glue though, super glue should definitely NOT be used because it is far too runny and sets very hard with poor adhesion to the rubber.




  
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Dec 09, 2020 16:57 |  #22685

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I had to re-glue my old 50D, so far my 7D2 has been ok. Make sure you have the right glue though, super glue should definitely NOT be used because it is far too runny and sets very hard with poor adhesion to the rubber.

Yeah, I've got some vinyl/rubber glue on the way :)


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Dec 13, 2020 09:20 |  #22686

Sun finally peaking out past the clouds at Killens Pond State Park.


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Dec 15, 2020 20:55 |  #22687


jimmy_racoon wrote in post #19161224 (external link)
Recently acquired a 7D Mk2 as a replacement for my 7D that to a drop in a river...
Absolutely amazed that anything could be salvageable at an ISO of 16000!



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Oh yeah, this bad boy has helped to keep my shutter speed up in dark locations :)

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Oh yeah, this bad boy has helped to keep my shutter speed up in dark locations :)


Ok, all of these high iso images look great! Do you mind sharing your de-noise techniques? I have a 27” monitor and at iso 3200 I see all kind of noise, not zooming in of course. I shot at 8000 iso today after the sun was already down the horizon and they don’t look good at all.
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Dec 19, 2020 13:04 |  #22688

Went out for a bit of wildlife photography on this nice and chilly morning. Morning got off to a quick start when I stepped out of my back door and laid eyes on a Sharp-shinned Hawk having a songbird breakfast in the middle of my backyard.

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This deer was taken at Abbotts Pond, it didn't seem to care too much about my presence as it wandered through a meadow eating grass.

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This Hermit Thrush was just hopping through the bushes along the main hiking trail at Milford Millponds nature area not really caring that I was there either.

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Dec 19, 2020 13:46 |  #22689

decent noise control at 3200
detail on the eye was acceptable to me...


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Dec 19, 2020 22:10 |  #22690

Yellow-billed duck in flight... over the Diep River, Table Bay Nature Reserve (Woodbridge Island)


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Dec 19, 2020 22:32 |  #22691

Swift tern with catch... above the Diep River, Woodbridge Island, Cape Town


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Dec 19, 2020 22:52 |  #22692

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Swift tern after a dive... Woodbridge Island, Cape Town


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Dec 20, 2020 14:08 |  #22694

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Dec 22, 2020 06:36 |  #22695

Naturography wrote in post #19167332 (external link)
Ok, all of these high iso images look great! Do you mind sharing your de-noise techniques? I have a 27” monitor and at iso 3200 I see all kind of noise, not zooming in of course. I shot at 8000 iso today after the sun was already down the horizon and they don’t look good at all.
Thanks in advance

Just a couple tips that I've applied from this gentleman's workflow:
https://www.youtube.co​m/watch?v=kWTRR687F68 (external link)
I just have a stand alone version of Lightroom 5, but no Photoshop.
Eventually purchased Topaz Denoise AI after testing it.
Also, finally learned to minimize crop.
Good luck-Cheers!


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