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Discussion in 'Australia' started by taranaki, Jul 8, 2018.
Thus is my bird shot.... rescued this bloke years ago.....
Fuji digital cameras come pre loaded with profiles akin to their old film types . Its really nice if you want a cerain look without taking the time to process raw files.
Fuji also produced pics with beautiful skin tones.
You can kiss my artistic side Bigbore... if you like...
speaking of which...
this photo - UncleGra - actually belongs in the "funny quotes" thread:
"I'm so fast... I can lick a hummingbirds arse...!"
great foto !
Have 2 Fuji X-Pro 1 in my arsenal. Just love them but on the job the Nikons are faster. I do also shoot raw though for all of my work.
We set up test in the studio with a Nikon Full Frame Sensor camera 24m and a micro lens shooting a still life set up that included a ruler with markings on it.
Then shot it on a Fuji X-Pro 1 (15m) with a zoom lens and APS sensor.
The Fuji produced a sharper image straight out of the camera.
Blew me away.
Going out to shoot a Golf R and a new GS late on Saturday... going to use the Fuji!
The birds return the favour by alerting them of snakes.
Old Samsung phone with missing lens cover.
Road to Mt Buffalo
Mt Saint Bernard looking south
Yeah busted phone
Playing with some HDR. 3 frames. Nikon D7000
Gov buildings Beechworth
Mt Murray looking toward Blue Rag. Great arvo ride.
God no. You never know where that has been.
Or how many others have used it.
I’ve got a piccie of @taranaki standing close to there somewhere. He’s probably got one of me. Geeze the beer was good at Bright Brewery, long day.
Worst beer I've ever had.
First KTM rally had dinner their one night. The night that Toby rode in on a 450 Rallye after his Dakar win.
After dinner virtually the whole crew packed up and went around the corner. Beer was much better.
It was hot. I was tharsty. My pint of something dark was tasty enough to merit another.
Yep, mine works the same way, except it's an automatic feature where I don't get all that much control.
Basically when HDR is active, whenever I take a photo it does a regular non-HDR photo, then immediately afterwards additional images at slightly different exposures which it combines automatically to save a HDR photo alongside the regular one. Since I still get the original image, there's really no reason to disable HDR (except it makes burst mode slower obviously).
I wasn't using a tripod and the camera moved while I was pressing the button, so you can see it has had to crop the images to just the area that is in all of them (and it would have had to perspective shift). The HDR image is framed a little tighter due to not using a tripod.
Where things have moved, instead of a blurry mess it choses one image with the best exposure (in this photo it's probably done the shortest exposure for the hair, and the longest exposure for tree leaves in shadow), discarding the other images instead of combining them like it does for stationary areas. It's seamless, you can only tell it's done this because hair/grass/leaves are in different positions (by a few centimetres) in the HDR vs the non-HDR image.
So what photo is that?
Good spot and good spot.
That's right ..birds have ranges and territories....our yard seems to be both....any intruders and there's a kafuffle...be it snakes, hares, echidnas, eagles. The wife picks up on it.. not me..