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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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Landscape / Re: Rural Landscapes
« on: August 21, 2014, 02:49:07 PM »
Sun Flowers Field in Rural North Carolina, USA.
Enjoy
Surapon

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Landscape / Re: Rural Landscapes
« on: August 21, 2014, 02:47:06 PM »
Sun Flowers Field in Rural North Carolina, USA.
Enjoy
Surapon

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Landscape / Re: Rural Landscapes
« on: August 21, 2014, 02:40:23 PM »
Yes, With Tiny Great Canon Camera EOS-M with  Great and Cheap Prime  Lens of ROKINON 12 MM F/ 2.0 ( A++ in my Idea).
Surapon

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Landscape / Re: Rural Landscapes
« on: August 21, 2014, 02:39:21 PM »
Yes, With Tiny Great Canon Camera EOS-M with  Great and Cheap Prime  Lens of ROKINON 12 MM F/ 2.0 ( A++ in my Idea).
Surapon

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Landscape / Re: Rural Landscapes
« on: August 21, 2014, 02:37:35 PM »
Dear Friends.
These are the Rural Landscape and Tobacco farm land in North Carolina, USA, My Home Place for 40 Years of my 65 Years of my life.
Yes, With Tiny Great Canon Camera EOS-M with  Great and Cheap Prime  Lens of ROKINON 12 MM F/ 2.0 ( A++ in my Idea).
Enjoy.
Surapon

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Technical Support / Re: Another my Stupid question = Sensor Sizes
« on: August 21, 2014, 01:35:19 PM »
There are no stupid questions  ;D

Most folks in general do not understand the relationship of sensor size, pixel density, and pixel size.  For many, the picture they take on their phone looks great on that little 4 inch screen. Put it on an 8 by 10 print and it doesn't so much anymore.

Most folks who own good DSLRs are shooting crop sensors (APS-C).  Those sensors are already 500 times bigger than an iPhone. Full frame is simply twice as big as that. Mr. Haines nailed it for you.

But again there are never stupid questions when you're trying to learn!


Thankssss, You, Sir, Dear Mr. PureClassA.
That why, I love This Great Site, CR, that I have a great Knowledge Friends and Great Teachers , who help us to  solve the problems and Clarify the questions , which we do not know.
Have a great day, Sir.
Surapon

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Technical Support / Re: Another my Stupid question = Sensor Sizes
« on: August 21, 2014, 12:26:00 PM »
Dear Teachers and Friends.
Well, Yes, I can take a SoSo-or Good Photos, Because of I take the photos so long time. But for the High Tech of Digital Photography, I almost know nothing a bout this New Technology.
My Stupid Question are :
1)  Are the Size of the Sensor Matter ?---Or the MP. count are matter ?
Such As  the Tiny Sensor on Nokia Lumia 1020 = 41 MP, compare to Canon 1DX  FF = 18.1 MP, and Canon 5D MK II FF = 22.3 MP
2) If the Sensor are same Size and Same MP-----The  Camera company are matter or not that can claim , My Ca--- are Sharpper than your Ni--- ???
3) What Make the Same size of Sensor ( of this Company ) to be better than another Company Sensor ?
Thanks for your Answers, That will make me up to date of new Technology.
Have a great day, Sir/ Madam.
Surapon

It's not really the size of the sensor that counts, it's the size of the pixel.

Make the pixel larger and it gathers more light. With more light you get better low light performance and you get more flexibility with exposure times and apertures...

Make the pixel smaller and you get more resolving power, but at the expense of less light, worse low light performance, and less flexibility with exposure times and apertures.

In the end, it all comes down to striking a balance that the public will accept. For example, make a 2Mpixel APS-C sensor and you have 2 1/3 stops MORE low light performance than a 5D3...but is anyone going to buy it?

Obviously, the larger the sensor, the more pixels of your chosen size will fit.... but as sensors get larger, so does the size of the lens required to get the same field of view and the prices go up astronomically..

Thousand Thanks, Sir, Dear Mr. Don Haines
Great / Clear Answer from you , and I learn  some thing news to day, Yes, The Bigger Pixels Size are get more Light than the small pixels in the same Sensor Size. = More Higher ISO and less digital noise.  That why the less MP of the FF sensor of Canon 1Dx is a lot better than The 41 MP Cellphone  camera that have Tiny Sensor.
Thank you, Sir.
Have a great Day.
Surapon

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4) Never use the Tripods in the Public walk way or the public Circulation, because  that is the Building Codes for Public Safety.
Good luck.
Surapon

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It really isn't that big of a deal.  I was at a AA baseball game and I was using my 5Dmkiii @ iso 3200ish, 1/1250ish, and my 600ex-rt on body.  I was taking photos throughout the game from the stands... literally in my seat and in the 6th inning I'm requested by an employee of the team to kill the flash.  The guy was nice enough and polite enough, so I'm really not complaining about being asked to kill the flash.

I suppose my question is... do yall just kick up the iso and live with the results in lieu of using flash at sporting events?  Considering it is semi-pro... and if 6 o'clock is right behind the catcher, I would say that I was at 7 o'clock... maybe 7:30ish... It just seems like they should be able to deal with the noise and one lone flash... though this is their profession... and if one at bat leads to 5 runs and a significant bump up in their ERA... so they DON'T get the call up to the pro's... so I understand this specific circumstance...

I will say it gave me an opportunity to force myself to shoot at iso 12800 which I never do... so I guess that's a sliver lining.

Dear Friend, Mr. jdramirez.
I am not the sports Photographer, But I use to shoot Baseball games, Ice Hockey, and Golf tournament.  Four   thing that, all the photographers must do or not do---If they let us take the Photos in that games---1) never interfere or disturb the players  concentration, 2) never use  any Flash to interrupt the players, 3)  try to use the Long Telephoto Lens or Long Zoom lens that make the Sound of the Camera shutter not hear from the player , 4) Never use the Tripods in the Public walk way or the public Circulation, because  that is the Building Codes for Public Safety.
Good luck.
Surapon

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Photography Technique / Re: Photographer's Block
« on: August 21, 2014, 09:54:37 AM »
Hi everyone,
   so I think I've hit a new low regarding my enjoyment of photography.  I just can't seem to get inspired to do anything lately.  I've worked on macro, sports, portraiture, real estate, architecture, and wildlife but right now none of those seem appealing.   I figure I'm just going through a lull and that it will pass once fall begins.   I'm not saying that I'm going to give it up, but I'm not as ready to get out there and snap some photos as I used to be.  Also, when I do get out there, my pictures don't look right - it's almost like I'm trying too hard.    Maybe I suffer from Low T - who knows.   
   I'm sure that I'm not the only one out there who has run into photographer's block.  So my question to the collective minds is, what do you do to snap yourself out of this funk?

Thanks,
Wes


Dear friend Mr. Wes.
Yes, I feel you pain from time to time , too. But When I hit the low spot like 5-6 years ago, I volunteer to be the Official Photographer for the Non Profit Organizations to  When they have the Public Activities, And I take the Photography/ Lighting Classes at the local Community college to Learn some thing New and Difference from my Skill, and try to improve my Photographic Skill. Yes 5-6 years ago, I deep in love with Macro photography, When I got 4 New Macro / Canon Lenses---But since then, I do not do Macro Photography any more------Ha, Ha, Ha---Well Yes, I change my Photography and relaxing style---Just Rent the Hotel at the Beach on the top floor, And Shoot the Seagulls/ Beautiful Ladies on the beach---With out  get beat-up from The Young/ Strong  Lady's Boy friends---Ha, Ha, Ha. ) Just Kidding)
YES,  You can  start to set up " The Local Photography/ Cameras Club" and  Use your Skill / Expertise in Photography Technique ,to teach the Young/ Beginner Photographers in your home city.---That Will be the blessing for the Local Youth, who want to be a good Photographer like you.
Good lick .
Surapon.
Apex, North Carolina, USA. ( Yes, My original Home country = Thailand )

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Portrait / Re: People at work
« on: August 20, 2014, 09:33:10 PM »
Dear friends.
Here are the Photos of People at work-------Sorry, The first Photo is from the real PRO, Photographer.
Enjoy.
Surapon

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Technical Support / Another my Stupid question = Sensor Sizes
« on: August 19, 2014, 12:54:09 PM »
Dear Teachers and Friends.
Well, Yes, I can take a SoSo-or Good Photos, Because of I take the photos so long time. But for the High Tech of Digital Photography, I almost know nothing a bout this New Technology.
My Stupid Question are :
1)  Are the Size of the Sensor Matter ?---Or the MP. count are matter ?
Such As  the Tiny Sensor on Nokia Lumia 1020 = 41 MP, compare to Canon 1DX  FF = 18.1 MP, and Canon 5D MK II FF = 22.3 MP
2) If the Sensor are same Size and Same MP-----The  Camera company are matter or not that can claim , My Ca--- are Sharpper than your Ni--- ???
3) What Make the Same size of Sensor ( of this Company ) to be better than another Company Sensor ?
Thanks for your Answers, That will make me up to date of new Technology.
Have a great day, Sir/ Madam.
Surapon

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