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Still no clean HDMI. That's it!! I am selling this overpriced camera! Nikon D4s next! ARROGANT Canon!
And please consider this Canon: Not all who own the 1DX are sports idiots or ornithologists, some just want the best possible low light performance for their creative work!
I work and shoot in the dark (video and stills). And the 1DX has one stop ISO advantage over the 5D Mark III, and has way less color banding when lifting shadows than the 5D Mark III. But after Canon gave the 5D Mark III clean HDMI the advantage is less than before on video.It is certainly possible to give the 1DX clean HDMI, since the 1DC hast it. But Canon finds it more convenient to force me into selling my house to buy the 1DC, than to give the 1DX the same features as the Nikon D4 !!!
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Stunningly beautiful portrait Harv. The pose is perfect and the light is amazing. I would put this on my living room wall.
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Lovely shot. Nicely done Harv.
I'll contribute some black bear images .......
These were shot with a 1DIII and 300/2.8L IS. I had to back up to get them in the frame.
Love the bears Harv! Where did you find them?
Rename the shot, it should be called horse and girl
The horse is main subject to me, it looks sooo satisfied with life. The girl is a suppoting subject. The story may be a bit carelessly told since the horse is darker than the girl and also not in focus, but in terms of expression the horse is telling a great story. As for the examplephotos from harv, They do not work for me. The horse is not connecting. The girl is ok in the first shot but is facing the harsh light in the secind so she has to close her eyes.
My advice to Hammar, use a larget dof . Its a two subject portrait and both should be sharp in this case. Advice to harv, start with finding good light and then try to get expressions from your subjects. And if I stepped on toes now, I did not mean to insult anyone. Keep on shooting horse-hunan portraits. And merry christmas
But the Sony a7R has the best sensor available, which makes it a perfect camera. Everyone knows none of that other stuff matters.........