Thanks!!! Here's some more...
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They make kickass 'speedlights' too. Cheap powerful easy buttons and best of all a audible beep when flash is ready. Bought two manual ones for the price of one 430ex2, but with same power as 580ex2. China rules!
Awesome shot Jon. Nice work.Another fantabulous image!
Thanks, guys. Glad you like. One of my best so far. Data on that one was so good.
I'm trying a new technique. I used an Astronomik CLS filter most of the year, but it is making it really hard to get images quickly. I have so few clear nights, and I need to image for several nights to get enough subs to produce the kind of quality I got in the Elephant Trunk...that I'm trying to image without the CLS filter now. It results in more complex work in post, but...if you can work through it, you get stuff like this:
Compare that to my first two attempts at Pleiades from the original post of this thread. One thing I really do love about the 5D III? It's huge full frame...has a really wide field, which is just awesome for images like this.
My travel companions: 6D + 24-105mm F4L and 50mm F1.8II.
I really like your first picture
If I was starting out and I could only choose the 5DIII or 750... I'd be picking the 5D
For me, KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) is important and I don't care about video, so I'll actively avoid tiltable/rotatable LCDs.. just too vulnerable.
I'm sure there's just as many others that want this, but not me... I wonder what the pros think on this count?
True or fake... that is the question.....
Thanks!I really love my G11. Together with an underwater housing, I can take it almost anywhere without fear.
I love this shot! Well done.
I don't know how but I want to photograph the plankton in the evening. The water is lit with something like small fireflies. I wish I can go back. For other pics taken from this place, you can visit my flickr account. Thanks!
It is Bioluminescent bacteria.