Thanks for any advice!
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Thanks for any advice!
I browse this website quite often since 2012. I have never seen so many negative comments about Canon these days in comparison with before.
If you shoot mostly landscapes, go for the 6D; there are way better UWA options for FF than for APS-C.'
i don't know why people say that. there are a lot of good, reasonably priced uwa lenses for aps-c.
I really want Canon to give me a compelling reason to stick with their pro-DSLRs.
So far been really pleased with the body till I found out that it drains the battery flat in about 4 days while turned off.
First, it does make noise during operation
Second, it only seems loud in otherwise silent environments.
This is an example of a picture of mine that I love
I use the histogram when shooting, not editing. I make sure that images are exposed properly in the camera, but after that the histogram does not get any attention.
This makes me miss Lightroom When I was doing proper editing (before my computer broke) I did fall into this habit. I think as others have said, you should do what looks good to you. But I liked the look I got this way
What secrets are there for website color-management. I assumed that sRGB should be the right output.
I'm not sure how to post an example of what I'm seeing. I can say this... I know for certain that using Firefox or Chrome yields very different results than IE for viewing... with Firefox or Chrome being much more accurate than IE.
and I'm happy to expand on the why for any of the specific adjustments
* The ability to program the shutter button, so when it is pressed down half way, the autofocus points can be moved with the joystick on the back of the camera....like the Nikon D4
Although I'm sure there are folks who think the 5D3 has awesome AF. It's all relative I suppose.
As a viewer, I'm not sure what I'm supposed to make of these things as I play around with them (e.g. "Ball, Fuzzy Boy; Boy, Fuzzy Ball".)
If the scene was a chess board then you would have very little between the spikes at close to black and close to white, if the scene was a grey card you would have one spike just below midpoint.
If there were blacks and whites in the scene then setting the black and white points makes complete sense, but very often we are missing one or both of those within the scene so introducing one or the other is 'painting yourself into a corner'.
If it were possible at some point to get usable performance with adapted EF lenses, I think full transitions into the Sony ecosystem would be much more painless especially with some of the new features being offered in the latest body announcements.