I'm 20 years old and training to be an architectural technician. Photography is my hobby.
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If they were RAW images, make sure you have the latest updates to your editing software. Out of date software may not recognize the 5D MK III RAW files.
Make sure you download the latest Camera RAW Version. Ver 7.4 is the latest for CS6
Hi, Im going on my first trip to England in just over a month and i want to take photos of castles and buildings so i'm taking my 5D mark iii and as far as lenses go I'm thinking i will take my 24-70L ii and 70-200 Lis ii but i want to get a wider lens, so I'm thinking i might go the 17mm tse.
Does anyone have any recommendations on this lens?
Hi Creek, do you have destinations in mind yet? I'm presuming London/Edinburgh...but do you need suggestions for things slightly more out of the way? (How long are you here-& are you driving? There are some great things to see that are more out of the way, if you're not so bound to public transport).
I agree with the 17 tse. In the cities, a lot of the buildings don't quite have the room around to stand back too far....you'll do a lot of looking UP at them, so tse is definitely a plan.
Otherwise, yes the two zooms are perfect. Just be prepared to up the iso at the moment (if you're handholding rather than tripod)...the weather is very overcast a good chunk of the time, and I can't see that changing too much in a month.
Haven't seen this issue. Perhaps also try clearing your cache. If an image fails to load once, your browser may log that and just display the broken image every subsequent time, even though the image may be able to load at that point. Do note that Vimeo videos do not display within the threads.
My guess is that you are behind a firewall that restricts access to certain sites. Businesses like to restrict access to bandwidth-hungry sites such as photo and video sites. Are you on a computer at work?
I just did a quick search on youtube, this is 4k at 12fps downscaled to 1080p
thanks for the link, but wow that looks horrid, not just the fisheye effect but it really does look choppy (esp the beginning with cars going across the screen).
It might have some 'artistic' uses, like a lensbaby, pinhole, or expired film, if you're into that. But i wouldn't buy one expecting it to be any good.
is 15 fps in 4K worth anything? or will it be all choppy?
looking at the gopro3 and thats the top resolution for video.
i am just thinking cropping that down to 1080P would get rid of some of the fish eye factor that these cameras display.
the other option is 2.7K at 30 fps.