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Does anyone shoot with both crop and FF?

 
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May 12, 2015 08:14 |  #31

My 70-200 got new life with the 7D2. I was thinking about selling it but would up selling the 120-300

The big surprise is the 100-400. Im going to get the new version and sell off my version 1. Im seeing guys getting awesome stuff at 1/20-1/50 at 400MM. F/5.6 gets new life at 6400 ISO with this thing. Must say im extremely pleased with the camera.

AWB is great on the body and all the auto functions are killer. You can basically put this thing in a point and shoot mode and hand it to an assistant and tell her to fire away


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May 12, 2015 15:43 as a reply to  @ post 17552744 |  #32

Nice. The ND and CP probably helped a lot.


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May 12, 2015 15:44 |  #33

benji25 wrote in post #17552827 (external link)
Here are a few from the first batch of edits:

They're all overexposed (especially #1 and #2) and most are too cool. Black suits should look black not grey, and the faces of the girls are no doubt totally blown in the red channel - some clipping is ok. Nice photos though :)


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May 12, 2015 16:33 |  #34

tim wrote in post #17553838 (external link)
They're all overexposed (especially #1 and #2) and most are too cool. Black suits should look black not grey, and the faces of the girls are no doubt totally blown in the red channel - some clipping is ok. Nice photos though :)

The suits were grey....


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May 12, 2015 17:27 |  #35

benji25 wrote in post #17553885 (external link)
The suits were grey....

Ok... faces and background still seem overexposed, according to my eye and a quick histogram check. Have you checked the histogram? Do you have a calibrated monitor? I don't have Photoshop on the laptop I'm on right now.


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May 21, 2015 10:54 |  #36

Have to agree with Tim and my opinion would be clean up the minor blemishes on the faces in number 1. I would normally remove or soften them up a bit. Birthmarks no, pimples yes. Only my opinion but women or girls do not want to see blemishes on their faces.


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