shoot tight: head & shoulder (use 70-200).. use couple angle from top down (get a ladder). use lighting that's create shadown to hide/minimize double chin if she has it
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I wish Canon would take note of what foreign car manufactures did; diversify their manufacturing base to their primary purchasing markets like the good 'ol US of A. I sincerely doubt that a US manufactured camera or lens will cost more to American customers plus they would get the cred of MADE IN THE USA. Many people will purchase or switch based upon this fact alone. It helped steer my purchase of a Volkswagen Passat; it was manufactured in Tennessee.Made in USA is probably better than everywhere else but Germany or Japan
~1.5tb for 2hrs??? so, What is the "real usage" of uncompressed HDMI?do you record uncompressed hdmi output video signal (which bring HUGE gb/hr video file) from the event/wedding??
how long do it take to encode it into DVD? i cant dare to imagine cuz it's already taking me too much time to encode it. and i only recorded it at high-compression 1080p 30fps from 5d3? I believe that's 25mbps.
With the Hyperdeck you can record full uncompressed but it is like a 1.5TB drive for just two hours of footage or something .
They also have compressed modes (rates up to 220mbps).
You could have just said that. To us viewers You appeared to be mocking the OP and came across as extremely rude....
It was his/her first post, and the other poster's comment about learning how to use commas and then yours didn't make for a warm welcome.
Maybe you're overreacted. Thought i saw the use comma, but his post is clearly is about comparing cameras.
the 800 f5.6 + 2x TC give you F11 (2 stop higher).. at F11, you'll lose AF, which i dont think you want to with any tele. Unless you're shooting the moonI see no real need for the continued existence of the current 800/5.6.
The 800 with the 2x TC gets you to 1600mm, can you stack TCs on the 600? I don't own a 600, 800, or a TC, so please enlighten. I think stacked TCs is not a desired option.
I currently shoot portraiture 90% of the time and i constantly use the 50mm f1.4 and the 85mm f1.8 prime lenses only for my shoots..granted they're not the L version but those are way too pricey. I'm shooting on the 5Dmk3.
5.6 is what i usually shoot at, sometmes f4 but never lower)