Wind will be the big issue, a gust of wind is going to blow over a lightstand with a softbox, or even without one. You need to devise a weight or sandbags to hold it in place.
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Those are severely overexposed images, for the highlights. Most likely flare. What f-stop?Yes, so badly overexposed that they can't be saved. You need to shorten the exposure, use lowest ISO, smaller aperture, and possibly a neutral density filter.
Filtering and consumer-centric marketing is not as easy you might think. That is, until you make the commitment to CRM (like Amazon) and then you can make your marketing $ much more efficient.Actually, Canon could market high end stuff to CPS members, its a no brainer. No CRM required. Google is the king of targeted marketing, if I look at a product online, I'll suddenly see it in Google advertising everywhere I go.
In other word, laziness.
Every so often I run into a to good to be true deal like this on Amazon, and almost always it's cancelled after I order (though I did once score a used NEC 30" monitor for about half off, that is still with me and working well). I really don't understand why some sellers do this. What do they get out of this? Maybe they're playing some game where they're trying to get other sellers using automated listing software to lower their prices? I don't know.
I think about doing this every now and then. I would be the lowest price, so I initially set a crazy low price, $1, and that triggers the camel price watch emails, then I raise my price so people go to the ad, they have some interest in the lens, and they seer my price which is the lowest, and they buy. I don't do that though...
When my cameras are cleaned by canon they replace they protective skin on the LCD screen. Though I get small scratches and Face oil on the screen, when I get them back from canon the LCD looks newNot the 5D MK III. Up until it came along, the LCD cover was easily replaced, I replaced a few. With the 5D MK III and likely all later models, the protective cover is bonded to the actual LCD, so the whole assembly must be replaced, which runs $300 or much more depending on who's fixing it.