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Portrait / Re: Feedback on these headshots
« on: September 01, 2014, 09:31:24 PM »
Dear Friend, John.Nacion.
The Headshots:  style of Lights/ location of lights are depend on the artistic of the Photographers and the  Usage of the Headshots.
Here are the sample of the position of Light that, I have learn from the PRO 10 years ago, in the Studio Class of my Local  Technical College.
Enjoy.
Surapon

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A related question:  how many non-Nikon shooters go to Nikon forums to complain about Nikon?

From what I've seen, many of the most vocal complainers on CR don't use Canon gear.  Some of them used to shoot Canon.  So why are they here?

Have they 'found religion' and are here to 'convert' the great unwashed masses?

Do they have inner doubts about their choices, and coming here to complain about Canon helps them continue to justify their decisions?

Do they think they're being altruistic, devoting their time and energy to show us poor, deluded fools how bad we have it, and how good it could be if only we make the same choices they made?

Do they honestly want Canon to deliver products that would meet their own needs, however niche those needs are, and somehow believe that complaining here will help accomplish that?

Or...do they merely want to sow discord?

Frankly, the vast majority of CR forum members are here to request and provide information, share techniques and images, etc.  CR is a great community resource, and like nearly all successful Internet forums, it attracts a few incessant complainers.   Look on the bright side – they provide some entertainment on slow rumor days...

Total agree with you, Sir, Dear Teacher Mr. neuroanatomist
Yes " Frankly, the vast majority of CR forum members are here to request and provide information, share techniques and images, etc.  CR is a great community resource, and like nearly all successful Internet forums "
THANKS for great infor, to both of our friends and Special =You , Sir.
Surapon

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Portrait / Re: Post photos of other photographers in action
« on: September 01, 2014, 10:54:09 AM »
Here more Photos, The PRO shoot the PRO----Sorry Not My photos.
Enjoy.
Surapon

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Portrait / Re: Post photos of other photographers in action
« on: September 01, 2014, 10:52:38 AM »
Here more Photos, The PRO shoot the PRO----Sorry Not My photos.
Enjoy.
Surapon

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Portrait / Re: Post photos of other photographers in action
« on: September 01, 2014, 10:28:46 AM »
Here more Photos, The PRO shoot the PRO----Sorry Not My photos.
Enjoy.
Surapon

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Portrait / Re: Post photos of other photographers in action
« on: September 01, 2014, 10:26:57 AM »
Here more Photos, The PRO shoot the PRO----Sorry Not My photos.
Enjoy.
Surapon

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EOS-M / Re: Recommendations for lens to supplement EF-M 22mm?
« on: August 31, 2014, 08:51:26 PM »
Hi!  I'm a new member, new EOS-M owner, and longtime Canon fan who just pounced on that deal for the EOS-M with EF-M 22mm lens for $249.  I also picked up a Canon EF to EF-M adapter, to make sure the other 150 people who purchased the EOS-M in the past 24 hours don't buy up all the cheap ones  ;)

I'm (a struggling college grad who just entered) the film industry with no aspirations of becoming a professional DP.  I'd like a couple fairly cheap lenses to shoot some decent-looking comedy sketches or the odd event without having to bug my DP friends for help.  I plan to purchase a nice DSLR somewhere down the line and make the EOS-M my B-cam, but for now, I figure a $249 mirrorless camera is better than nothing/my phone camera.  (And I am very excited to use this little guy for casual travel pics.)

Which lens would you recommend to supplement the kit 22mm?  As mentioned, I have the adapter, so I can go EF-M or EF/EF-S - and I like how EF/EF-S will work on any DSLR I buy in the future.  I haven't found too many comparisons between EF and EF-M lenses, so I'm curious as to how the EF-M 18-55mm stacks up against EF primes.

I'm primarily considering:
  • Nifty fifty EF 50mm f/1.8 II - can't beat the price, and 50mm on a 1.6 crop seems like a good length for medium closeups
  • EF 40mm f/2.8 STM - I like how it's light and has good AF, but I'm concerned about difficulty manually focusing and that 40mm may be awkward with the crop factor
  • EF-M 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 IS STM - the flexibility of a zoom would be nice, though I've heard primes have better image quality

Not looking to spend more than $200 right now, though hopefully I'll be able to afford a nicer lens by Christmas. 

tl;dr Which has better image quality at long focal lengths, the EF-M 18-55mm, the EF 50mm f/1.8, the EF 40mm f/2.8 pancake?

Dear Friend  murdif
Here is my  New Prime lens  with my EOS-M 95% of the time
http://www.canonrumors.com/forum/index.php?topic=21647.0

Just set Manual Focus at 3-4 Feet and never touch the Focus again = Super sharp at all distant.
Enjoy.
Surapon

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Dear Friend Mr. jdramirez
My best Monopod  ( for 8-9 years ) = Manfrotto  681 B = $ 75 US Dollars ---But You need to buy the Head , as best as your money can buy. Yes, This Monopod  can carry the dead load = 26.4 Pounds, Yes I use with my 600 mm Lens too.   NO, You do not need Flimzy Feet= Useless and add more weight to the Monopods---And Cost more too = Manfrotto 682B = $ 110 US Dollars
Enjoy
Surapon

http://www.amazon.com/Manfrotto-681B-Professional-Aluminum-Monopod/dp/B0000WKYU4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1408974293&sr=8-1&keywords=monopod+681b


PS. Cheap Monopods are not good in the long run, We need to know the Most Weight of our camera and the Biggest Lens that we have, to know the  Monopods Type that can carry the Dead Weight.---BUY THE GREAT ONE = FOREVER.

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Technical Support / Re: Flash- Second-Curtain Sync question, Sir/ Madam.
« on: August 23, 2014, 09:29:25 PM »
If you're shooting in the rain with a flash, second-curtain will make the rain look like it going down.  First-curtain will make it look like it is going up!

Jim


Wow, Super Thanks, Dear Friend Jim.
I never try before, And I will try at next time , when heavy rain come-----May be I must use the Neutral Density Filter too, For Slow shutter Speed in the day light Rain and  Second- Curtain Sync Flash.--Yes, I will try Both setting= Up and down Raining.
Yes, Sir, I will report back to you.
Thanks again.
Surapon

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Technical Support / Re: Another my Stupid question = Sensor Sizes
« on: August 23, 2014, 09:17:16 PM »
Wow, Wow, Wow.
Thank you Sir/ Madam for Complete Explain  and answer my question to me---Yes, Thousand Thanks   that I just Learn  some thing New from all of my Teachers and All of My Friends.
Have a great Night, Sir/ Madam.
Surapon

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Technical Support / Flash- Second-Curtain Sync question, Sir/ Madam.
« on: August 23, 2014, 09:13:18 PM »
Dear Teachers and Friends.
Yes, Every time that I  do not have a complete understanding of Photography Technique, I must ask you, my dear teachers and my dear Friends---And I get all the answers that I need to improve my Photographic skill.
In my Life ( Photography Hobby) I just use / Set up The Second-Curtain Sync. Flash a few times, To Create  the Light Trail following the Car( for the back ground) in the night time , with my wife  at the main subject, When I use super slow  speed shutter, and the flash fire right before the shutter closes.
The Question is:
Sir/ Madam, Do you  use the Flash Second-Curtain Sync with any  type of  photography else?---Such as the Portrait Photography,  Candid Photography or Artistic Photography ?
Thanks you Sir/ Madam.
Have a good Saturday Night.
Surapon

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Sports / Re: The first Olympic game/ Field , in this world 776 BC.
« on: August 21, 2014, 03:31:22 PM »
Here are the Photos of the Place where is  the First Olympic game in this World = 776 BC., at Olympia, Greece, Near the Sanctuary of Zeus. Yes,  in 2011, I  had a great 14 day of long vacation in Greece---All over the Places in Greece.
Enjoy.
Surapon

PS. that all of my friend Group Tour Mates, act as the First Olympians for me to recorded the photos.---Ha, Ha, Ha.

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Sports / The first Olympic game/ Field , in this world 776 BC.
« on: August 21, 2014, 03:29:16 PM »
Dear Friends.
Here are the Photos of the Place where is  the First Olympic game in this World = 776 BC., at Olympia, Greece, Near the Sanctuary of Zeus. Yes,  in 2011, I  had a great 14 day of long vacation in Greece---All over the Places in Greece.
Enjoy.
Surapon

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Landscape / Re: Rural Landscapes
« on: August 21, 2014, 02:54:09 PM »
Very nice series. Thanks for posting Mr. Surapon.

Good afternoon, Sir, Dear Friend Mr. Click.
Thanks you so much for good words like this.
Yes, I am a lucky guy, Who have to drive 4 Hours Round trip to inspection my Construction projects and pass thru the most beautiful rural farm land in North Carolina, USA.
Have a great day, Sir.
Surapon

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