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Test, full-frame, garden

May 14 2012 at 3:37 PM

  (Login EduardoJB)

 
There is something different, but I'm still figuring it out wink.gif





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(Login Echi)

There is something different about it...

May 14 2012, 9:08 PM 

How are the tones with the 5dmk3?

Looks more alive.

Your DOF is not as shallow as well. 2.8 100mm wide open?

 
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Tones are smoother, I think

May 15 2012, 6:06 AM 

and more uniform. I shot these with the 180mm. Had with me the 100mm but rain was coming and didn't have the chance, these were taken in a hurry. I also didn't shoot them all wide open on purpose. Have to go back.

 
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(Login phase-de-lune.net)

Space, air

May 14 2012, 11:34 PM 

splendid.
just so sweet and natural.
transitions are perfect.
Can't be so claose as with DX, but FX gives so much more.

Deniz.

 
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Still getting used to it

May 15 2012, 6:08 AM 

Hadn't had the time to sit down and study the possibilities. Thanks Deniz

 
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(Login shimokita)
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just out of curiosity

May 15 2012, 8:16 AM 


are you using the individual lens "mapping"... I read that it makes a big difference for some lenses.

The images just have a very smooth feel to them...

Casey


 
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james
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I feel its the shallower DoF and more delicate detail,as also smoother tones.....nt.

May 15 2012, 10:17 AM 

nt

 
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The 180 Macro is not in the registered list

May 15 2012, 6:02 PM 

and neither the 100mm. I was planning to do it but just forgot. However, on other lenses (24-105 and 17-40) it has worked pretty well, specially with aberrations.

 
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(Login jawarden)

You're making it sing already.

May 15 2012, 6:23 PM 

That's a successful test, Eduardo.

2 - I don't know what kind of leaf it is but it's fantastic. Amazing detail.

3 - has a nice art nouveau feel to it, especially in the center of the image. I like it a lot.

4 - reminds me of nature printing (where you press the leaves into lead to make a printing plate). Lovely colors here.

5 - Such an architect. happy.gif

I don't know what the differences are between your new camera and old, but the technical quality of these images is great. The out of focus areas are so creamy and rich (but I don't know if that's the new camera, the lens, the post, etc). No matter, it's working, and the sharp areas are still sharp.

Thanks for sharing, Eduardo,

Jeff


 
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Your last comment is similar to what I thought

May 15 2012, 7:12 PM 

when I reviewed the images. There is a difference in the "creaminess" of the bokeh and I don't know if it's the full frame (I had to open the lens more to get this effect with the 7D) or the camera model per se. Obviously, there's more capability with high ISO's. The lens is the one I've used before, but this time I didn't use the 1.4 extender (maybe more sharpness?). Apart from that, no difference in PP approach. Supposedly, the camera would have probably get better IQ with the 100 Macro, specially using 2.8, but I never got to test it (a good excuse to go back). #2 is actually a seed: Pterocarpus tree, pretty common here. #4 was an educated risk.

Thanks a lot Jeff.

 
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