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  1. #17031
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    Nice photo of a very desirable looking house and you make me wish I was back oon the Pacific coast again with your artist shot. too
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  2. #17032
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    Yeah, Pacific Grove is a pretty nice area.
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  3. #17033
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    The reason I asked about the lens is that when I downloaded the pic and looked at the exif, it showed the focal length used was 24mm, and the focal length in 35mm film equivalent was also 24mm (see below). This led me to believe you were using a lens designed for FF cameras, not DX. Usually Irfanview's exif data is spot on, so I don't know what the hell's going on. Maybe ACDSee is screwing things up. (Did you really use portrait mode? ) Nice shot, anyway!

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  4. #17034
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    On second (and deeper) thoughts, it would be the body and not the lens that would make the difference, wouldn't it? So from the exif, it appears the D7100 is FF, which we know it isn't. Oh I don't know, I'm thoroughly confused now!
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  5. #17035
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    You are misundertstanding your Exif.

    A 24mm lens is ALWAYS a 24mm lens regardless of what body it's on.

    The focal length in 35mm film type is reported by the camera and is quite often wrong (and imo should be ignored) because many cameras don't report it correctly. I think it is there more for p&s cameras than DSLRSs.

  6. #17036
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    The D7100 does seem to report the lens differently than either the D3k or D7k. Maybe some of the internal firmware is from an FF design? The focus points are supposed to be from the same set they use on the D300s (51).
    Just checked the exif info. What it seems to be doing is creating a double set of info, one for the full Exif that shows the actual lens and its zoom range if any with the actual settings. and a one line one that shows only the actual settings for that image that shows up when the image is displayed full frame. It might be that my editing software is doing this. I use ACDSee Pro 6, rarely PSE 10.
    Have you read any of the brouhaha about Adobe changing to a subscription service as posted on the DPR site?

    For my fellow Americans here is a Memorial Day pic.
    Is my face red today is the 27th not the 28th <embarrassed>
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  7. #17037
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falconest174 View Post
    The D7100 does seem to report the lens differently than either the D3k or D7k. Maybe some of the internal firmware is from an FF design? The focus points are supposed to be from the same set they use on the D300s (51).
    Just checked the exif info. What it seems to be doing is creating a double set of info, one for the full Exif that shows the actual lens and its zoom range if any with the actual settings. and a one line one that shows only the actual settings for that image that shows up when the image is displayed full frame. It might be that my editing software is doing this. I use ACDSee Pro 6, rarely PSE 10.

    Have you read any of the brouhaha about Adobe changing to a subscription service as posted on the DPR site?

    For my fellow Americans here is a Memorial Day pic.
    Is my face red today is the 27th not the 28th <embarrassed>
    EXIF looks the same to me.

    I have never been a big Adobe fan. I own an older copy of PS, and a recent copy of PSE 11 (free with the new printer). I find NX 2 has a better workflow and is quicker, for Nikon images. I rarely use all of the bell-and-whistles in PS, so have no reason to upgrade. I keep hoping that PSE will improve, but IMHO it's just a waste of time.

    Nice tribute.
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  8. #17038
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    An attempt at an artistic shot from my holiday, apologies for duplicate posting from my holiday thread
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    Photo from a random train line at a small town in Kansas on the I70
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  9. #17039
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    For memorial day, again apologies for cross posting from the holiday thread.

    This is a random town in Kansas and is a shot of a street flagpole against the backdrop of a very run down grain silo. It feels to me like a shot of a country society that's rightly proud of its heritage but has seen better days.
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  10. #17040
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    Nice postings, DPR, like the rails going off into the horizon, typical of our plains areas.
    Appreciate the Memorial Day posting, DPR.
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