hey bud - 7D. I always shoot RAW now but you know I made a mistake just the other day, I tried JPG because I was kinda annoyed by the filesizes (21-25mb). JPG is around 6mb. Anyways, mistake. I just need to get more cards and more hard drive space lol. It makes a huge difference for the high-ISO / low noise functions of the pictures, if they are in RAW. In JPG I found really annoying artifacts and other small specks and sh*t it was pretty annoying. They still look OK when reduced, but full-size they have those artifacts.
I am really loving this 7D and the 200 2.8, though -
Cool man. Well you take some amazing shots that's for sure.
Yea I've contemplated shooting jpg but I'm too scared to donor just in case. I figured I bought a dslr so I might as well use it Even though I usually just use the camera profile which would be the same as shooting jog it just feels safer
this is a very creative shot. did you photoshop this?
No. I was at a car show near a local state park that has one of the original Big Boy engines on display. Parked in front and took a couple of different shots. The one below is a little to far away to be what I would have hoped for.
The other decent one.
I need to get a good lens hood to reduce the sun's glare. Thats my next purchase.
Not my dog, but a family member's. At the beach house on independence day. Dang terriers are hyper and only stay still for mere fractions of a second. Using manual focus...took a few shots to get a sharp one ...
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Bit disapointed when I arrived at this field as I was hoping for blue sky but I think this turned out ok. Perhaps could do with the sky darkened a bit?
Taken with my new Canon 10-22 mm.
Again I should have taken my tripod as I could have done with a Bigger DOF? I though F10 would have given more but perhaps I should have focused on the second bale?
Farmers wife turned up and I think she would have turffed me off but it took her all her strength to climb over the gate let alone walk over to where I was
P.S. 45 photos taken with the kit lens and wide angle -I prefer the wide angle shots as they added more "space".
P.P.S Looking at the photo data the focus point was the center of the frame where the clouds look like they would meet
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Reason: Added P.S. and P.P.S !