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Originally Posted by stephenb80
whenever you photograph people, you want a nice background that doesn't take away from the person. something simple and contrasting. and always always take the pic looking straight in their eyes. don't take it too far away either.
Thank you. I'll keep those in mind.
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hey does that have a panoramic setting on it?
^o) 90% sure it's a no.

Panoramic is like those wide, wide, wide pictures, right? [quote=pbfoot]i think the best person to ask for advice in this sort of matter would be jane goodall...shes done that sort of work before.

Uncalled for.

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Originally Posted by ramcosca
Thank you. I'll keep those in mind.^o) 90% sure it's a no.

Panoramic is like those wide, wide, wide pictures, right? Uncalled for.
Not necessarily, my small Nikon coolpix is only 2.0 megapixels and it has a panoramic feature. It won't shoot like a wide, wide angle, but it helps.

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Originally Posted by cubanmike26
Not necessarily, my small Nikon coolpix is only 2.0 megapixels and it has a panoramic feature.
Uh, ok. But I'm just saying that I'm quite sure my slightly bigger 4.0 megapixel Sony doesn't have a panoramic feature.
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even if it doesnt have a panorama feature, you can easily stitch images together in photoshop or some stitching program. just set the camera on a tripod and rotate the camera a few degrees after you make a shot.
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I think people are taking the panoramic thing too serious. Someone told me that it was a joke just like the animal picture thing. Think about it for a min.
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Originally Posted by infinite012
even if it doesnt have a panorama feature, you can easily stitch images together in photoshop or some stitching program. just set the camera on a tripod and rotate the camera a few degrees after you make a shot.
Now that I got my very own tripod, I was thinking about doing just this thing. Might give it a try out this weekend and see what happens.

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I think people are taking the panoramic thing too serious. Someone told me that it was a joke just like the animal picture thing. Think about it for a min.
Best thing that's been said in this page. Thanks.

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I think people are taking the panoramic thing too serious. Someone told me that it was a joke just like the animal picture thing. Think about it for a min.
drew is on top of things tonight...i get it now
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i'm also a little on the slow side.....
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infinite...what setting would you reccomend using for in-car night shots? i saw some on your page...and i saw the exif data and all...did you just mess around with settings or did you have some sort of starting point?
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infinite...what setting would you reccomend using for in-car night shots? i saw some on your page...and i saw the exif data and all...did you just mess around with settings or did you have some sort of starting point?
neutral density filters are your best friend when taking in-car DAY shots. in-car night shots are harder because you have to combat super long shutter speeds. for night shots, make sure you have a heavy tripod strapped down to the car in the rear seat. if you don't have a rear seat, work something out. use mirror lock up (custom function in EOS digital cameras) and a remote shutter release.
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we have a pillar/harness bar that runs straight across the back seats with a tripod head on it...so im thinking that will be secure enough. and what is the mirror lockup?
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it's a custom function that allows the mirror to slap up on the first shutter press, and on the second shutter press the camera takes the picture. this reduces camera shake, which fuzzes up pictures even in broad daylight with super fast shutter times (1/2000, 1/4000 etc)
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so when using mirror lock up do you push the shutter twice and basically control ur own shutter speed with the remote shutter release?
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you could if you put the camera in "bulb" mode. otherwise, it's just the same as pressing the shutter once.
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Mirror lockup is just a 2 step process to exposing the picture, to help get sharper shots by reducing the shock that occurs when the mirror slaps up. When you press the shutter button for the second time, that is when the exposure happens, the same as it normally would, using whatever settings you are using, but the mirror is already up when this happens. It's pretty simple really, just enable it on your camera and try it out and you'll see how it works, I've just started using it recently myself.
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^^that's cool, I wonder if it could be done with Nikon too..


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South FL is very humid. When ever I take my camera out of the house the lens keeps fogging up. I can dry the outer parts of the lens with a cleaning cloth, but what happens when it fogs up on the inside? Is there a way to prevent this from happening?
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condensation ftl.

put the camera in a zip lock bag when transporting it from outside to inside or inside to outside. allow the camera to equalize (?) with the humidity for about 30 minutes. it should be safe to take the camera out after 30-45 minutes.
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condensation ftl.

put the camera in a zip lock bag when transporting it from outside to inside or inside to outside. allow the camera to equalize (?) with the humidity for about 30 minutes. it should be safe to take the camera out after 30-45 minutes.
i dont understand...that is really an issue?
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obviously it is for some people.

maybe it has a lot to do with lens construction too


cubanmike26, you've inspired me to take a few shots of some of my statues
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i dont understand...that is really an issue?
yes. it's a huge issue if your camera and lenses are not weather sealed (canon L lenses, for the most part, are weather sealed - note: this does not mean they can be taken underwater without any underwater casing. your **** will die). if you get condensation inside your lens, you will more than likely notice mold growing on the inside of your lens after a few months (sometimes takes a few years to notice). we wouldnt want that to happen to a $500+ lens, right?
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Thanks Infinite. It sucks that's this is happening to my brand new lens man. I'll see if I can get some pockets of silica gel as well to help dehumidify the whole thing.

Nice collection you have there Diskreet. By the way is that a wolverine the wolve is looking at? I like how the statues almost come out to life.
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That one statue you are talking about, I haveno idea. Its titled "The stand off". Thats all I can tell. I don't know what animal it is though.
And thanks, I really love the statues. When I did gymnastics, and I did well at a big competition, those are what I got as a reward. I love them so much, more than any of my actual medals or trophies (cause wolves rock too)
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yes. it's a huge issue if your camera and lenses are not weather sealed (canon L lenses, for the most part, are weather sealed - note: this does not mean they can be taken underwater without any underwater casing. your **** will die). if you get condensation inside your lens, you will more than likely notice mold growing on the inside of your lens after a few months (sometimes takes a few years to notice). we wouldnt want that to happen to a $500+ lens, right?
dont have any $500+ lenses yet..but when should i worry about condensation and how do i avoid it?
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dont have any $500+ lenses yet..but when should i worry about condensation and how do i avoid it?
whenever you move your equipment from an air conditioned area to an open air area. if you live in an area with any humidity at all, you should worry.

but dont let humidity stop you from taking pictures. sometimes it can actually help your shot.
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Maybe some here know about it. Just in case, here's a great website with some awesome info on general photography.

http://www.kenrockwell.com/index.htm

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just got to www.photography-on-the.net for the Canon Forum, so many people and info there.
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