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Jun 10, 2022 08:22 |  #2641

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You need to be in Live View.

Thank you again Archibald.

My settings are correct. What am I doing wrong that I do not see the focus peaking when taking pictures?


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Jun 10, 2022 08:40 |  #2642

Inspeqtor wrote in post #19389232 (external link)
I have the PDF file for the 90D (eos90d-ug-en) did a search for focus peaking. Nothing was found....sigh....

Oh, did you remember that this is for live view only?




  
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Jun 10, 2022 08:41 |  #2643

John Sheehy wrote in post #19389279 (external link)
Oh, did you remember that this is for live view only?

Yes. I always use Live View when taking pictures of the Moon.


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Jun 11, 2022 00:44 |  #2644

Inspeqtor wrote in post #19389274 (external link)
Thank you again Archibald.

My settings are correct. What am I doing wrong that I do not see the focus peaking when taking pictures?

Are you using manual focus? It also says it doesn't work in magnified view.


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Jun 11, 2022 01:31 |  #2645

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Are you using manual focus? It also says it doesn't work in magnified view.

Yes.

I did go back and fully read everything that is on page 149. In the lower part it says:

Peaking display is not shown during magnified display

Check I knew that

MF Peaking may be hard to discern at high ISO speeds

I did NOT know this. I will have to be careful about what ISO settings I use to see if that might be my problem. That might have been my problem!

It also says:

MF Peaking may be hard to discern at high ISO speeds, especially when ISO expansion is set (Peaking) to (Off)

I do NOT know what ISO expansion is!!! And my Peaking is ON


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Jun 13, 2022 15:44 |  #2646

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Jun 14, 2022 19:58 |  #2647

Out standing!

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Just took this shot in the last hour.



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Jun 14, 2022 22:10 |  #2648

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Out standing!

Inspeqtor wrote in post #19389114 (external link)
Just took this shot in the last hour.


Thank you very much Chris!!!

I never said this before about this shot, but I did NO post work on the photo.

This was a single image STRAIGHT OUT OF THE CAMERA. Not many of my photos come out as good as this one did. I was absolutely thrilled when I saw this photo. The ONLY thing I did to the image was to add the date. It is RARE I get an image as good as this one turned out to be.


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Jun 15, 2022 12:06 |  #2649

The main issue I see with moon photos are usually completely outside of the photographers control: Upper atmosphere winds/smoke... then you have light pollution issues... So you can do everything "right" as a photographer, and still not get the desired results you want.

So, it takes a skilled photographer many attempts to get a shot like this one, right outta camera. So think of it like this: Ya earned it with all the practice runs; learning; trial/error....

NICE WORK! Now go get it printed as a canvas and hang it!

BTW: I still in many ways like the 90d > R5. It plays better with Topaz... I think Canon will "allegedly" come out with an R5sr or something like that with 100+ mp, which, if you have a crop option, then it will have 90d pixel density; aka - best of both worlds for birds and wildlife.... the question becomes: 1) IF canon actually does this, and 2) How will they cripple it so it doesn't take away from R3 / R1 sales?

Inspeqtor wrote in post #19391372 (external link)
Thank you very much Chris!!!

I never said this before about this shot, but I did NO post work on the photo.

This was a single image STRAIGHT OUT OF THE CAMERA. Not many of my photos come out as good as this one did. I was absolutely thrilled when I saw this photo. The ONLY thing I did to the image was to add the date. It is RARE I get an image as good as this one turned out to be.


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Jun 15, 2022 12:58 |  #2650

markesc wrote in post #19391618 (external link)
The main issue I see with moon photos are usually completely outside of the photographers control: Upper atmosphere winds/smoke... then you have light pollution issues... So you can do everything "right" as a photographer, and still not get the desired results you want.

So, it takes a skilled photographer many attempts to get a shot like this one, right outta camera. So think of it like this: Ya earned it with all the practice runs; learning; trial/error....

NICE WORK! Now go get it printed as a canvas and hang it!

BTW: I still in many ways like the 90d > R5. It plays better with Topaz... I think Canon will "allegedly" come out with an R5sr or something like that with 100+ mp, which, if you have a crop option, then it will have 90d pixel density; aka - best of both worlds for birds and wildlife.... the question becomes: 1) IF canon actually does this, and 2) How will they cripple it so it doesn't take away from R3 / R1 sales?

Thank you for your very kind comments here Chris!

I have never done this before, but how do I go about getting a picture printed to canvas? I am interested into looking into do this. I live in a "small" town, 50,000 population. I do not know if there are any places in my town that do this so I would have to do it online I am guessing.


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Jun 15, 2022 14:17 |  #2651

If you're a costco member, I'd just use their online service; otherwise there's shutterfly, but I think they're much more expensive.... I have not printed anything in a long time

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Thank you for your very kind comments here Chris!

I have never done this before, but how do I go about getting a picture printed to canvas? I am interested into looking into do this. I live in a "small" town, 50,000 population. I do not know if there are any places in my town that do this so I would have to do it online I am guessing.


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Jun 15, 2022 14:24 as a reply to  @ Inspeqtor's post |  #2652

One thing to remember: Prints usually end up darker a tad, so, think about where you want to put it in the house/time of day...


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Jun 15, 2022 14:59 |  #2653

markesc wrote in post #19391666 (external link)
If you're a costco member, I'd just use their online service; otherwise there's shutterfly, but I think they're much more expensive.... I have not printed anything in a long time

No I am not a Costco member.


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Jun 15, 2022 15:20 |  #2654

Inspeqtor wrote in post #19391682 (external link)
No I am not a Costco member.

Hi Inspeqtor, just google "Canvas Prints Online" and you'll get about a hundred companies that'll do that. Nice moonshot by the way.


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Jun 15, 2022 15:28 |  #2655

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Hi Inspeqtor, just google "Canvas Prints Online" and you'll get about a hundred companies that'll do that. Nice moonshot by the way.

Thank you for your help and kind comment!


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