Another portion of wedding shots
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What post processing are you doing to get these fantastic vibrant colors?You can use any RAW-convertor to achieve the colors. What really matters is whether your original file gives you this opportunity
I am still having this err80 problem and have the latest firmware. I first thought it might be a lens issue, but now realised it's not since I got the error with a different lens. What I am wondering if this has to do with the notice Canon sent out regarding the lubrication on the 1D X? I have not yet had this done and my camera is one of the models that needs it, maybe someone can confirm if this is related?I've got the `Err 80` showing on the screen yesterday (August, 19th) with the red lamp glowing all the time even when I turn off the camera. Error appeared after I switched lenses. Latest firmware is installed.
Fledgling Cooper's Hawk, relieving the boredomThis one is great!
I have a problem with white balance shifting on random images on my 1D X...We're experiencing the same kind of problem after the latest firmware update. In 2 out of 3000 photos we have noticed that WB was off (even colder than in your samples). Ambient light, RAW, conditions and framing remained the same. WB set to auto though.
Beautiful pictures and something for me to aspire to.Thank you! Focal length depends on the compression I'd want to get. It's not something I decide beforehand
Are you beginning to move towards using the 50mm 1.2 most of the time, or still focusing on using the 85mm and 35mm?
yeah, you can deffo tell the difference between the 35mm and the 50mm now. I shoot mainly with my 50 and the compositions are a lot tighter like yours above. I'm getting the 35mm...
We (me and my wife) shoot close to the subjects because of the background that's too `busy` in the place we live in, which is the fastest shrinking city in the world. We made an attempt to go wider recently with 50L (I mean picture framing here), so I'll upload a shot or two next week.
Thanks! Though it kind of scares me to think of doing that. I can't imagine the dust-on-sensor issues. Great results though!
I thought the focus had to be "precise" at the point where one is focusing, and that the field curvature would affect the remaining area of the frame.My experience shows that it's not correct. For a weird reason (caused by the lens's spherical abberrations, as far as I know) you should have differenet compensation adjustments for each focus point. Or shoot using one focus point. Otherwise you'll have those focus issues.
1. if I focus in the center, the field curvature would make closer the "focus sphere" (should be "focus plane") at the left and right parts of the frame;
2. If I focus on one side (e.g. left), the side where I focus should be spot on; while, the field curvature should make closer the focus sphere on the other side of the frame (center and even more on the right).
Isn't the above correct?
To compensate I have to set a +4 in the microadjustment settings; in that case I end up with the center point front focusing.The dispersion is within the specification. I have AFMA range of ~7 steps accross focus points (from -3 to +3).
I brought the lens to the Canon Service Center in Milan (where I live), they said that the softness on the corner is normal. Anyhow, it seems they misunderstood the issue.