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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Crazy... go Nikon?
« on: April 01, 2013, 12:32:49 PM »
there are many, look and you will find, if you still denial the difference between 14 stops of DR and 11 with pattern noise, it is time for you to use a d800, d7000 and do you own comparison.

Viewing your attachment's all you've ever posted is just test charts. Quite disappointing, how can I ever take your "Photography" advise seriously?

still problems , or denialing them, se earlier answer

It seems your in denial. You seem to believe your a photographer, and I cannot ascertain that from information I've been given.

You are a funny man

My humor can only go so far.

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Crazy... go Nikon?
« on: April 01, 2013, 12:21:36 PM »
there are many, look and you will find, if you still denial the difference between 14 stops of DR and 11 with pattern noise, it is time for you to use a d800, d7000 and do you own comparison.

Viewing your attachment's all you've ever posted is just test charts. Quite disappointing, how can I ever take your "Photography" advise seriously?

still problems , or denialing them, se earlier answer

It seems your in denial. You seem to believe your a photographer, and I cannot ascertain that from information I've been given.

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Crazy... go Nikon?
« on: April 01, 2013, 12:10:59 PM »
there are many, look and you will find, if you still denial the difference between 14 stops of DR and 11 with pattern noise, it is time for you to use a d800, d7000 and do you own comparison.

Viewing your attachment's all you've ever posted is just test charts. Quite disappointing, how can I ever take your "Photography" advise seriously?

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Crazy... go Nikon?
« on: April 01, 2013, 12:04:04 PM »
At the very outset I offer my apologies for wading into this rather heated discussion. This is a shot I took with the 6D. Please let me know how a Nikon camera would have helped with this.

I'm just a hobbyist and humble student of photography ... HELP!

A nikon devotee will tell you otherwise and a photographer will say it looks fine.

or one with out knowleadge and not have  done any real comparisons by them self

How about some real photos to prove me otherwise?

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EOS Bodies / Re: Canon 5d Mark III Shadow recovery
« on: April 01, 2013, 12:01:12 PM »
ETTR.

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Crazy... go Nikon?
« on: April 01, 2013, 11:58:48 AM »
At the very outset I offer my apologies for wading into this rather heated discussion. This is a shot I took with the 6D. Please let me know how a Nikon camera would have helped with this.

I'm just a hobbyist and humble student of photography ... HELP!

A nikon devotee will tell you otherwise and a photographer will say it looks fine.

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EOS Bodies / Re: Canon EOS 7D L Announced, Shipping in May
« on: April 01, 2013, 08:58:19 AM »
Funny. All the lens controls would also have to be reversed.

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Portrait / Re: First paid photo shoot - DATE: 23 March 2013
« on: March 31, 2013, 09:26:55 AM »
The first one is nice except for the flowers cutting the frame corner. It's your strongest image here.

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Since when was there IQ issues with canon cameras? I haven't heard of them.

7d cough cough, 7d....7d!

cough, cough

I had one. I didn't have issues, did you? You sound a bit sick.

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If you don't need a zoom, get the 135L. It is a razor.

If you need a zoom, the 70-200LII is also a razor but just a heavier, bulkier, more expensive and slower razor.

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Since when was there IQ issues with canon cameras? I haven't heard of them.

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Lenses / Re: Want to expand my gear?
« on: March 30, 2013, 09:21:05 AM »
A 135L and/or two PCB AB800s with modifiers.

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Crazy... go Nikon?
« on: March 30, 2013, 08:36:26 AM »
Ahem, my samples have subject matter which you obviously discount. Which none of your sample's have.
I'm not seein' any such merit over mine in these examples, and not that it matters.
The interesting point is they were shot with Canon bodies.  I exposed mine to render the incredible sunset color gradient that evening and yours...
Well, they just sit there.  Artistically boring, but they might make good stock images where that doesn't matter.
Do you think you could have exposed and processed any of them differently to make a more compelling image?
I do, despite the Canon limitations on the sunset shot.

This is not the place where I put my best work and yes, these shots are just stock photos. My best work is reserved for my website and my portfolio albums.

Any 8 year old can underexpose a sunset but what I meant by subject matter is I have to expose for a foreground element and the bright sky background element at the same time. Which is relevant to you saying how terrible the DR is on canon cameras, which I'm replying with photos that say your over blowing the topic. IE: a backlit situation, where your photos only have to expose for the sunset, I have to expose for both.

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Crazy... go Nikon?
« on: March 29, 2013, 02:15:24 PM »
Neat, my question is why shoot mid-day? I dont know what situation you were in but afternoon light is less harsh. A d800 shot at noon will look blown out and uglier than a P&S shot done at the proper time.

I was shooting from noon till dawn, and by now I know where it gets tricky - in high contrast I need a fill flash (fill light in LR just isn't the same), and action shots (i.e. high shutter = high iso = less dr) are out of the question or it looks like a p&s.

But good :-> to hear the d800 also doesn't do it, I cannot say how big the real world advantage is at low iso - I just have one guy in mind that posted beach volleyball shots here and said the d800 really made the difference.

And to think I didn't have as many stops of DR as the D800.  Man what my photos could have been...

Please do take not I'm not saying you cannot do good high contrast shots with Canon - it just takes more thought, equipment, knowledge & postprocessing and some limited scenes simply are dr-limited.

One notorious example are shots with the sun in the frame - the corona is more or less pronounced according to dr range (unless you do hdr bracketing) and/or the front shadows have more definition. Since I really like backlit nature scenes maybe I stumble across it more often than others.

:|
blown and clipped on both ends is lovely if you're going for that sort of look
I prefer mine
www.canonrumors.com/forum/index.php?topic=9299.msg172776#msg172776
append - those are pretty much straight out of camera, BTW

Ahem, my samples have subject matter which you obviously discount. Which none of your sample's have.

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Canon General / Re: Canonrumors Newbie
« on: March 29, 2013, 12:02:10 PM »
Welcome to CR! Just in-case you didn't know, never mention these topics.

</Sarcasm>

1. Dynamic Range
2. Nikon Releases
3. UV filters
4. Lens Rendering AKA. The lens "look"
5. Canon sensor tech.

</Sarcasm>

Enjoy!

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