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  Reply # 993783 25-Feb-2014 01:38
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More of a "What I shot this week";




























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  Reply # 993894 25-Feb-2014 09:50
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Cool, what camera and lens combo were the 2nd and 3rd shots above with please?
Did you use a flash?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 994223 25-Feb-2014 16:07
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Bottom two would be 6D and canon 24-70 f2.8    50% or so of the shots where shot at 6400-12800 ISO.





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  Reply # 999818 5-Mar-2014 21:08
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ITAP (What I shot this month)

Feral kitten (one of five) living in my back yard:





Try out of my new Sony E mount 55-210mm telephoto lense for my Nex7.

DOF is very small/narrow, cant decide if it detracts or enhances the photos.

Shot from about 4 metres away.


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  Reply # 999849 5-Mar-2014 21:52
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RileyB: Bottom two would be 6D and canon 24-70 f2.8    50% or so of the shots where shot at 6400-12800 ISO.


Thanks, what about the crowd shot of the girls, the one under the guitar player?

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  Reply # 999919 6-Mar-2014 02:28
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Canon 24-70 F2.8 @67mm 1/100 sec, f3.2 ISO6400

On flickr if you click and go into the image, then below the image is a button that says "Additional Info", clicking that will show all the settings/gear used to shot it.





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  Reply # 999935 6-Mar-2014 07:45
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RileyB: Canon 24-70 F2.8 @67mm 1/100 sec, f3.2 ISO6400

On flickr if you click and go into the image, then below the image is a button that says "Additional Info", clicking that will show all the settings/gear used to shot it.


Thanks, I didn't notice they were linked

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  Reply # 1000426 6-Mar-2014 23:09
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geocom: Taken me awhile to get these uploaded due to yahoo removing my flickr login but not my account. So not really what I shot today but anyway.

Taken with the sony a7r with a Sony 18-70mm lens. Taken with a really low ISO of 50(The a7r's 50 iso half's the megapixels) and a really slow shutter speed.


Very nice pictures and camera! How long exposure was those 50 ISO shots?




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  Reply # 1000448 7-Mar-2014 02:08
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Very cool, reminds of the midwinter carnival down here in Dunedin. Just beware you also loose a stop of dynamic range when using ISO 50 as it's actually shooting at ISO 100 and de-amplifying the signal.

Jarledb, the top one is 13 seconds.





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RileyB: Very cool, reminds of the midwinter carnival down here in Dunedin. Just beware you also loose a stop of dynamic range when using ISO 50 as it's actually shooting at ISO 100 and de-amplifying the signal.

Jarledb, the top one is 13 seconds.


A little embarrassed it didn't click that it was Flickr links. I know that I can look at the Exif info there. 




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  Reply # 1000688 7-Mar-2014 12:18
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RileyB: Very cool, reminds of the midwinter carnival down here in Dunedin. Just beware you also loose a stop of dynamic range when using ISO 50 as it's actually shooting at ISO 100 and de-amplifying the signal.

Jarledb, the top one is 13 seconds.


Yea if I was doing it again I would shoot at 100 ISO as only after I had it on my computer did I realise what ISO 50 was doing, and it is not like you cannot replicate it later in post.

Just glad I did not use my wide angle as with the cropping needed to remove the Vignetting the resolution would have not been much better than my old a200.




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  Reply # 1000984 7-Mar-2014 19:54
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Dunedin trainstation:







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  Reply # 1014710 28-Mar-2014 16:45
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Couple from the last few days: 

Riley-7202 Riley-7274 Riley-






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  Reply # 1014712 28-Mar-2014 16:47
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Maybe this time:










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  Reply # 1014741 28-Mar-2014 17:23
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nice!

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