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Re: 5D MK III Images
« Reply #480 on: April 20, 2013, 11:09:54 PM »


Hi Tammy, I like this, but, is this a Photo ?? or a 3D construct of some sort, either way I like it, how did you put this together ?? I do like it.
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Re: 5D MK III Images
« Reply #481 on: April 21, 2013, 02:10:31 AM »
So the Tailed Jays are back in the garden. These days they have chosen another shrub to sleep on. This is one of the pictures I took a couple of weeks back. If you look at the red and black marking on the wing, it looks like the multi-colour print registration is a bit off :)
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« Reply #482 on: April 21, 2013, 02:25:59 AM »
Some more images from my Feb trip to the lake where the migratory birds come. Taken with my 5D3 and 100-400L. Both of them taken with the following settings: 1/800, f6.3. The flying Egret was at ISO 100 and the one standing on the boat was ISO 160.




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Re: 5D MK III Images
« Reply #483 on: April 21, 2013, 04:52:39 AM »
So the Tailed Jays are back in the garden. These days they have chosen another shrub to sleep on. This is one of the pictures I took a couple of weeks back. If you look at the red and black marking on the wing, it looks like the multi-colour print registration is a bit off :)
5D3, 100L macro, 1/200, f11, 400 ISO with flash.
Hope you like it :)



Hi RPT, perfect timing, and perfect Image, some advice if you can, I've loads of Macro experience in Underwater Photography, but really just starting to enjoy above water Macro, have the 100f/2.8 L IS and was about to order the MT-24EX, any advise on this ??, have you used it at all ??
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Re: 5D MK III Images
« Reply #484 on: April 21, 2013, 05:39:02 AM »
Last month I got my 5dm3 right before sxsw in austin. All shots taken on 85mm 1.2.

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« Reply #485 on: April 21, 2013, 06:01:13 AM »
So the Tailed Jays are back in the garden. These days they have chosen another shrub to sleep on. This is one of the pictures I took a couple of weeks back. If you look at the red and black marking on the wing, it looks like the multi-colour print registration is a bit off :)
5D3, 100L macro, 1/200, f11, 400 ISO with flash.
Hope you like it :)


Hi RPT, perfect timing, and perfect Image, some advice if you can, I've loads of Macro experience in Underwater Photography, but really just starting to enjoy above water Macro, have the 100f/2.8 L IS and was about to order the MT-24EX, any advise on this ??, have you used it at all ??
Thanks. Actually I have very little experience in macro photography. This was taken with the 600EX-RT mounted on top of the camera. In fact the 100L is my first real macro lens. All earlier "macro" pictures were taken with general lenses at distances close to the min focussing distance.

Sorry cant help you on this one but I am sure there are a number of others who would be able to help.

Btw, underwater macro sounds like fun!

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Re: 5D MK III Images
« Reply #486 on: April 21, 2013, 06:24:31 AM »
So the Tailed Jays are back in the garden. These days they have chosen another shrub to sleep on. This is one of the pictures I took a couple of weeks back. If you look at the red and black marking on the wing, it looks like the multi-colour print registration is a bit off

RPT, nice shot...If one is into "bugs"!  ;)
Yes..I think the registration is off on the wings. let's hope the technician isn't making a lot of reprints!
The 100L is a killer lens, extremely sharp and excellent for non-macro work as well...I think it may be the sharpest lens that I own...
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« Reply #487 on: April 21, 2013, 06:52:50 AM »
So the Tailed Jays are back in the garden. These days they have chosen another shrub to sleep on. This is one of the pictures I took a couple of weeks back. If you look at the red and black marking on the wing, it looks like the multi-colour print registration is a bit off

RPT, nice shot...If one is into "bugs"!  ;)
Yes..I think the registration is off on the wings. let's hope the technician isn't making a lot of reprints!
The 100L is a killer lens, extremely sharp and excellent for non-macro work as well...I think it may be the sharpest lens that I own...
Thanks.

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« Reply #488 on: April 21, 2013, 07:24:24 AM »
Hi RPT, perfect timing, and perfect Image, some advice if you can, I've loads of Macro experience in Underwater Photography, but really just starting to enjoy above water Macro, have the 100f/2.8 L IS and was about to order the MT-24EX, any advise on this ??, have you used it at all ??

Don't own one but it looks like an incredibly flexible set-up for macro work...it will even fire other slaved background lights...pretty cool.
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« Reply #489 on: April 21, 2013, 08:01:41 PM »
Hi RPT/Infared, appreciate the feedback, I use two Seacam 150 Strobes for underwater macro, and I have a pair of 600EX-Rt's with the ST-E3 unit which worked great in Africa, I tried some Macro in Africa but conditions were not always conducive to taking your time (Fear factor, always looking over your shoulder for something with Big Teeth & Serial Killer Instincts), so I think the MT-24EX set up might allow a better opportunity to "freeze" the shot etc, anyway, will buy & let you know the results at a later date, thanks for replying.

Attached one of my Underwater Macro shots, 5DMK II 100f/2.8 L IS, SHot @ f/25 & 1/125th ISO200

Denise Pygmy Sea Horse, approximately 5mm-8mm from Nose to end of Tail, quite a recent discovery, 15 years ago we didn't know these Guys existed.
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« Reply #490 on: April 21, 2013, 10:09:47 PM »
Hi RPT/Infared, appreciate the feedback, I use two Seacam 150 Strobes for underwater macro, and I have a pair of 600EX-Rt's with the ST-E3 unit which worked great in Africa, I tried some Macro in Africa but conditions were not always conducive to taking your time (Fear factor, always looking over your shoulder for something with Big Teeth & Serial Killer Instincts), so I think the MT-24EX set up might allow a better opportunity to "freeze" the shot etc, anyway, will buy & let you know the results at a later date, thanks for replying.

Attached one of my Underwater Macro shots, 5DMK II 100f/2.8 L IS, SHot @ f/25 & 1/125th ISO200

Denise Pygmy Sea Horse, approximately 5mm-8mm from Nose to end of Tail, quite a recent discovery, 15 years ago we didn't know these Guys existed.
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« Reply #491 on: April 22, 2013, 01:52:39 AM »
Hi RPT/Infared, appreciate the feedback, I use two Seacam 150 Strobes for underwater macro, and I have a pair of 600EX-Rt's with the ST-E3 unit which worked great in Africa, I tried some Macro in Africa but conditions were not always conducive to taking your time (Fear factor, always looking over your shoulder for something with Big Teeth & Serial Killer Instincts), so I think the MT-24EX set up might allow a better opportunity to "freeze" the shot etc, anyway, will buy & let you know the results at a later date, thanks for replying.

Attached one of my Underwater Macro shots, 5DMK II 100f/2.8 L IS, SHot @ f/25 & 1/125th ISO200

Denise Pygmy Sea Horse, approximately 5mm-8mm from Nose to end of Tail, quite a recent discovery, 15 years ago we didn't know these Guys existed.
Excellent!  8)
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Re: 5D MK III Images
« Reply #492 on: April 22, 2013, 01:57:51 AM »


Hi Tammy, I like this, but, is this a Photo ?? or a 3D construct of some sort, either way I like it, how did you put this together ?? I do like it.

It's a live photo of the Aladdin production/play performance at Disneyland's California Adventure! They allow photography without flash, even video.
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« Reply #492 on: April 22, 2013, 01:57:51 AM »

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« Reply #493 on: April 22, 2013, 03:10:19 AM »


Hi Tammy, I like this, but, is this a Photo ?? or a 3D construct of some sort, either way I like it, how did you put this together ?? I do like it.

It's a live photo of the Aladdin production/play performance at Disneyland's California Adventure! They allow photography without flash, even video.
Excellent capture then, almost looks like a 3D construct, well done.
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« Reply #494 on: April 22, 2013, 03:55:52 AM »
Hi RPT/Infared, appreciate the feedback, I use two Seacam 150 Strobes for underwater macro, and I have a pair of 600EX-Rt's with the ST-E3 unit which worked great in Africa, I tried some Macro in Africa but conditions were not always conducive to taking your time (Fear factor, always looking over your shoulder for something with Big Teeth & Serial Killer Instincts), so I think the MT-24EX set up might allow a better opportunity to "freeze" the shot etc, anyway, will buy & let you know the results at a later date, thanks for replying.

Attached one of my Underwater Macro shots, 5DMK II 100f/2.8 L IS, SHot @ f/25 & 1/125th ISO200

Denise Pygmy Sea Horse, approximately 5mm-8mm from Nose to end of Tail, quite a recent discovery, 15 years ago we didn't know these Guys existed.
Excellent!  8)

+1...WOW! :)
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« Reply #494 on: April 22, 2013, 03:55:52 AM »