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EOS Bodies - For Stills / Canon EOS 7D Durability test
« on: May 26, 2012, 12:38:57 AM »
just found this recent video posted on youtube about a 7D literally taken through hell and back. No need for spoilers but discussion would be very much welcomed.

Canon 7D - Hardcore Durability Test

Video & Movie / Canon Rebel t2i - Much Music Cover contest
« on: May 10, 2012, 11:04:12 PM »
Hey everyone.

so no, this is not spam, but merely asking for some help.

but before i ask for that, let me give you a run down on what we used.

Canon rebel t2i
50mm 1.8
17- 55 3.5-5.6

3 foot slider
4 foot crane
2 tripods

adobe premiere pro and after effects. CS5.5

So basically, I have been making these videos with my buddy for my brother, who is in the much music cover contest ( for you Canadians out there that know of the network) anyway, he is in the top ten. They announce top 3 this monday , and so voting would be greatly appreciate. infinite voting. much music is having an issue with processing new videos, but one more will be up soon.

anyway, here are the links ( one youtube and the other to vote on much)

I would also like your personal thoughts on how we did video wise. I havent dont much video, so any input in improvements would help.


much music

Software & Accessories / Need Help with Lightroom - Cuba Gallery
« on: February 09, 2012, 10:46:41 AM »
alright, so i refuse to drop money on some presets, and i have been trying to do this in lightroom, as they claim they do as well.

but how do i this? I just cant seem to do it. look at their befores and afters and its pretty damn good from the originals at times.

do you guys know how? or maybe have some presets to share? i would like to study them and see but i cannot find any results on google.

any help i would appreciate.

Canada / Can someone Please identify this camera
« on: January 13, 2012, 05:15:08 PM »
So my girlfriend and I just finished watching the Bang Bang club which btw was amazing. really loved it. now, i actually didnt notice this, but she pointed it out and i went back and what she discovered was that there was a DSLR with an L series lens on it. The film was based off the 1994 african war, etc. and all the photographers were using SLRs obviously at those times, mostly Nikon according to the film and Leica's. And I beleive one dude had a Canon SLR. now, this screen capture i will show you is clearly a DSLR (i assume actually) with an L lens. maybe a 24-70 2.8 or the 16-35 2.8 so I want you guys to help me out on this.

Almost looks like the really round hot shoot area that you would see on a 5D. If you want a better angle of the camera, i can go back and screen cap.

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