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    Re: 7d2file rendering

    When anyone shoots in Raw I always say it is best to apply some sharpening in camera because your preview on your camera's LCD is an embedded .JPG within the Raw file and it gives you some idea on...
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    Re: 7d2file rendering

    Raw is Raw and the sharpening setting only applies when using DPP. Once the file is opened in DPP it can if one wishes take it back to zero.
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    Re: Wood mouse

    It's a Bank Vole.
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    Re: Seeking some advice - SuperZooms

    The 300mm on the 7D will be perfect.

    Papa.
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    Re: bird baths for reflections

    You have answered the problem yourself Paul, that will sort it.

    I don't know yet but I may have to make it wider one side to allow for a lower angle of the lens to the water surface.

    Papa.
  6. Re: What is the native ISO of a Canon 5D Mk3 ?

    This might be of interest,

    http://home.comcast.net/~NikonD70/Charts/RN_ADU.htm#EOS%201D%20Mark%20IV_14

    Papa.
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    I may be wrong but I think I read it was 160!

    Papa.
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    Re: Eagle moon

    Don't worry on my behalf lol, that quote was over two weeks ago. You can fool some of the people some of the time!
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    Re: Eagle moon

    I will give you 10/10 for your Photoshop skills, but there us no way on this planet that it is a single shot? Have you any Exif information?

    Papa.
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    Re: Resizing images in Photoshop

    I should have gone slower and took more time reading the initial post correctly Stan, I expect John is getting his head round our instructions, lol

    Papa.
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    Re: Resizing images in Photoshop

    If you crop your image in Raw using a ratio of 1.333,16 Bit, remember what colour space your using, after doing your corrections in Raw open in Photoshop and finish your processing, save as a PSD. ...
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    Re: Which one Used or New Canon 1DX

    Go to HDEW, I don't recommend people lightly plus a three year warrantee! I paid 4299 for mine from them. Highly satisfied.
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    Re: One sign too many?

    Dead End?

    Papa.
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    Re: Continuous Ink System (CIS)

    You summed them up a treat Phil.

    I installed myself the continuos flow system from Permajet for the Epsom R2400 about three years ago and I can't fault the after sales from the company, nothing is...
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    Re: Heron before sunrise

    On Canvas I think, Raj?

    Papa.
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    Re: Wallace Monument, Stirling

    Yep, when your ready you have two eyes to look through the Camera, two hands to pick it up, two legs to get where you wanna take your shots, freedom to go where you like, you don't live in Iraq or...
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    Re: Lancaster on Dambusters Flypast

    Top drawer each and everyone, the trees add to them too. So that is the other one from Canada Paul?

    Papa.

    No, I have just looked it up, lol
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    Re: Sandwich Tern

    Cock on!

    Papa.
  19. Re: I am back, and with a question about RAW

    You could download the Adobe DNG converter? Should allow you then to use Photoshop for your processing.

    Papa.
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    Re: Two in the Frame

    Works for me Stan, well done!

    Papa.
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    Re: Water Vole - wild

    Very good Stan, you made the most of that opportunity!

    Papa.
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    Re: The Shambles

    You certainly have got this type of Photography down to a fine art Andy, I like both, like the the various and different colours of the lighting in the colour version. 10/10 from me.

    Papa.
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    Re: Do you need a telescope?

    Stunning work!

    Papa.
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    Re: Kingfisher (female?) sooo proud today

    I would leave your aperture as it is, you have enough DOF there plus it knocks the background out. I would minus your EV compensation by 2/3rds to retain the whites on the bird. Worth a try.

    Papa.
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    Re: Kingfisher (female?) sooo proud today

    You have a Female there Paul, born last year. Well done.
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