A few flowers from Longwood Gardens 3 years ago with my SX230.
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Sorry if I'm beating this to death. Here is another one. ISO 1600 subject with high DR (14stops?). The kind of picture you are not supposed to be able to take with a 7D2. Not perfect but completely acceptable for many uses in my opinion. Not what I bought this body for but good to know it'll do in a pinch. Canon 24 f2.8 IS, ISO 1600, f5.6 1/40th of a second handheld.All that aside, I think your photos are wonderful. Is that a botanical garden somewhere? It looks pretty awesome.
Thanks for the compliment. I was curious about the 7D2's use for general photography outside of the sports and wildlife stuff where I'm pretty sure it will be great. I thought it did a fine job. You aren't going to mistake these for full frame shots at 100% in Lightroom but for general photos they're OK with me. It was raining heavily all day so I needed an indoor spot to shoot. The photos are of Longwood Gardens in southesterm Pennsylvania, USA. A great spot to visit if you are ever in the area. About an hour from Philadelphia. I go once a month or so.
I hated the 7D after I got the 5D, it was way soft.
I never got a decent image from my 7DI ... and everyone told me it was because it was "too much camera" for me.
I'd take a 40D, 50D, 60D, 6D, and any 5D over a 7DI, any day of the week, and twice on Sundays. There are people who swear by theirs; I just happen to think those people have poor vision.
I fixed mine with a lens adjustment.
here is a bluejay shot at ISO 1000 and 30% crop
BlueJay - 7Dmkii by Corey Hayes, on Flickr
Fabulous is the only word matching to this series ! Great job and thanks for sharing !Indeed, I enjoyed reading it.
I wish every satisfied traveler took the time to create something so nice about the places he visited. Good job and thanks for sharing.
Just wanted to clarify a few things from the broadcast that I saw were questions here:
(1) It's is 20.2 megapixels and always has been since I first heard of the camera. That was just a total brain-freeze on my part. I don't have a 24-megapixel version. That was just me misstating one of the specs.
(2) The reason I didn't shoot in Raw was because I don't have any program that is updated to support the unreleased camera. No support yet for Lightroom or Camera Raw, so I had to shoot JPEGs. That being said, I shoot JPEGs for sports either way, but I would have shot some just for example purposes.
(3) I am not sponsored by Canon. I hope to be one day, but at this point, I am not so I bought my Canon gear by selling my Nikon gear -- it was not given to me by Canon. I did get some loaner gear to try out. Nikon let me use loaner gear from time to time, too. So did Sony. Now, if I could just get Hassleblad… ;-)
High five to Forum member Sabaki. I'm with ya.
All my best,
On 16-17. Oct you can watch "Advanced Photoshop Techniques" on CreativeLive for free. Maybe it will be too advanced, but anyway.
Galileo already did that long ago in Italy.
Einstein's Theory of General Relativity states that there is no real gravity as a force but it is the apparent effect of the warping of space-time by matter.
Yeah, but the real question is how does that all relate to Quantum Mechanics ?
If you're a fan of entirely predictable 'experiments' perhaps you'd like to drop an object – tennis ball, apple, your camera – from a couple of meters above the ground, and verify the existence of gravity. Be sure to start a new forum topic to educate all of us on your findings.Galileo already did that long ago in Italy.
I could take a picture of my ass with the A7 and there'd be "X" amount of dynamic range.
I could take a picture of a smiling baby with my 60D...not as much.
Which would you rather BEHOLD?
IT'S NOT ABOUT THE DAMN DATA!
If you are Miss Minolta I think you should post some examples.