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I have never had much feelings for bugs, but you made me feel sorry for this little fella.. Great and impressive video.

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EOS Bodies / Re: Chuck Westfall Talks Canon EOS 7D Mark II
« on: Today at 07:30:11 AM »
Elsewhere, someone worked on a 7DII raw file and found rather clean shadows:

http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showpost.php?s=5bc5bcfaeb7070a83fe961da98b20dfe&p=17162418&postcount=810

This is way out of my expertise, and all though it looked good from a shaddow point of view, I would have liked to see a few more examples. The steel railings (which in the original is quite dark) are somewhat smudgy in the shaddowenhanced picture. I am not sure if that is the way the steelrailing looks inherently, but could also resemble some sort of banding, could it not?

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Photography Technique / Re: Website launched!
« on: August 26, 2014, 10:34:22 AM »
Nice site, thanks for sharing :)

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Software & Accessories / Re: Lee Big Stpper with UV filters
« on: July 17, 2014, 03:35:35 PM »
I take mine off

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Site Information / Re: Post Precessing Section
« on: July 14, 2014, 03:51:11 AM »
A very good idea

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Dear "J,"

I suppose I should not be surprised that you chose to announce the end of our relationship in such a public and cowardly way. You were never one for subtlety and discretion.

And, so typical of you to blame all the failures on me. As though you contributed nothing to the breakup. But, then, I guess since you contributed so little to the relationship, I should not be surprised.

The truth is, I've known for a long time this wasn't working. If I could have ended things myself, I would have. But as you know, for me this was an arranged marriage. You picked me and I had no say in the matter. For the honor of my family (and honor is something my culture values very highly) I could not leave you.

At first, your clumsy attempts to satisfy me were amusing and not without a certain boyish charm. But, honestly, it quickly became apparent that you were never going to improve. In fact, I soon realized that you actually thought you were good. I know this is hurtful to say, but since you are the one that began this public conversation, I think honesty is justified.

Never once were you able to bring me to my full potential. No, let me be more candid, never, ever did I come remotely close to achieving the heights I was intended for. You would fiddle with my dials and move my joystick, but it was so mechanical and uninspired that I could hardly bear it. Honestly, most of the time I wished you would just stick to the green box and let me do it myself.

And the trips...well, what can I say? Sure, I enjoyed them, but it was as though you thought that simply going someplace new would solve all our problems. All it did was make me long for the relationships that I saw others enjoying. How I wished that could have been us. But you...all you ever did was worry about whether someone else had a newer, prettier model hanging on his shoulder. 

You were so obsessed with showing me off that you didn't see how many of your fellow travelers lovingly treated their lowly Rebels with respect and appreciation and how they were rewarded in ways that you and I could never achieve together.

Yes, I saw the world. But, really, I would have traded it in a instant for a quiet little town in the Midwest, with someone who understood me and what I was meant to do.

Now, dear D810, believe me, I wish you no ill. In fact, I actually feel sorry for you. I know people say you are nothing more than an overinflated mass of silicon, but I know better. We are both from established families and, like me, you have not had any say in this relationship.

I would like to wish you a long and happy relationship, but I suspect that won't be the case. In the end, you will be blamed for everything. Just remember this. It is not you...it's him.

Hillarious :)

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Zeiss Otus Initial Impressions
« on: July 01, 2014, 09:09:47 AM »
Another from Iceland. This is Gullfoss, the largest fall in Europe (I´m told). Quite spectacular.

5DIII, 1/640s, f5.6, ISO100, pola filter

Nice

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Lenses / Re: Question for Reikan Focal Pro users
« on: July 01, 2014, 09:01:56 AM »
Thanks all of you, and I will try to callibrate it again with 3.38 m. :)

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Lenses / Question for Reikan Focal Pro users
« on: July 01, 2014, 05:22:49 AM »
I have a couple of questions regarding the Reikan Focal Pro.

When callibrating on my 1Dx, is it possible to have two values programmed for a non-zoom lens? When I have callibrated my 135L with the focus limiter on 1.6 meters it gives me a AFMA of +5, but when I callibrate it on the .9 meter, it gives me a value of +3. Can I have both, and will the camera recognize which setting I have on the lens?

Second, and related. How do you put in two values for a zoom lens, say the 70-200 @70 and @200?

In advance, thanks.

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Sabrina | 1DX | 85/1.2 II | ISO 100 | f6.7 | 1/90 s

Very nice

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Lenses / Re: From Good to Great!
« on: June 29, 2014, 07:41:50 AM »
I have a couple of questions regarding the Reikan Focal Pro.

When callibrating on my 1Dx, is it possible to have two values programmed for a non-zoom lens? When I have callibrated my 135L with the focus limiter on 1.6 meters it gives me a AFMA of +5, but when I callibrate it on the .9 meter, it gives me a value of +3. Can I have both, and will the camera recognize which setting I have on the lens?

Second, and related. How do you put in two values for a zoom lens, say the 70-200 @70 and @200?

In advance, thanks.

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nice recovery PBD...very nice.

what's your workflow on something like this?

i shoot sports and it would be nice to improve my "face under the helmet" shadows.

north

Thats pretty impressive :)

Hey there Northstar,

It wouldn't work on most images, I stole the good eye and copied and pasted it then did a free transform over to the other side of the face.

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Lighting / Re: Have you used Honl gold/silver reflector/snoot?
« on: June 20, 2014, 06:49:33 PM »
Thank you again Surapon, your insights and advices are much appreciated.

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Lighting / Re: Have you used Honl gold/silver reflector/snoot?
« on: June 20, 2014, 02:28:04 PM »
Dear Perio.
I use Hon, both for Snoot and Up light reflector , Very easy to bring them in the long trip.
I love them special for Macro Photography, to control the light on the subject, and let the back ground dark with high shutter speed.
Enjoy.
Surapon

Beautiful pictures of the rose Surapon. I don´t think they sell Honl in Norway, but they sell the Rogue ones, are there any differences?

Dear Friend Mr. Quasimodo .
Thank you, Sir for your good words , that make my days.
I have both---BUT, HON is easy to make flat  to keep in the backpack when I travel, Roque id quite a big size to carry on airplane.---Yes, You can Make HonL( Similar ) by use the Black thin card board ( or Thin Black or White Plastic sheet) size 22 CM X 30 CM, and glue the Alum. Foil on another side, And Use Rubber Band , or Velcro for Fastener = Bingo.
Good luck
Surapon

PS. I use Roque for Studio light, Just for Control Hair light on the back side of the model---That can Adjust the angle of the light with out interfere to  the camera in the front.

Thank you Surapon, I just bought the Rogue Portrait kit, and I will try to replicate your rose shot :)

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1D X Sample Images / Re: Any Thing shot with a 1Dx
« on: June 17, 2014, 06:06:09 AM »
A question if anyone has time. Is it possible to program the 1Dx to have four point expansion on the AF in AI Servo, while having only center point (without the expansion) in One Shot? I have my AI Servo programmed on the AF-ON button, and the One Shot on the star button next to it.

I don't think you can do it when you simply switch to One Shot, but you can have the * button to bring up anything, and if you go to the menu and assign a setup to the * button you can do it.

I have case 6 and 4 point expansion on the * button, switch to One shot with one of the two front buttons, spot focus on the other, because I can combine those with the two AF setups on the AF-ON and *.

Ok, thanks Viggo. I'll just have to live with the hassle to change it manually as I am quite pleased with the AF-ON (AI Servo) and * -  One Shot setup :)

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