I have mentioned in the first part of this 3-part mini series that this was the first time I am using a Canon DSLR at length. So, I am really in unfamiliar territory with this in terms of how the auto focus system behaves, and how the metering system is like, etc., etc. Handling, ergonomics, and menu digging aside, I did feel somewhat at home with the taking picture part of this system. Much like with any modern day DSLR, (more…)
We here at Just Wrote A Blog try to give you the best possible content in a timely manner, even though we’ve sucked at it in the past. I myself got a little carried away with my 3-part ‘Weekend with Canon’ mini series, and did not take into account a couple of things. One of them is how massive the jpg’s are (converted from RAW) on a 50 MP camera. File sizes ranged from 30-43 MB. I will need to maneuver a few things around so you all can have access the full size JPG’s, as well as small enough files for the normal blog. The blog entry itself is a bit of all over the place, so I need to refine that a scoche.
So while we fix these issues, please enjoy a photo of some beets (above) that I took with the 5DS and the filthy fifty (50mm F/1.2 L)
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Thank you to Fotocare for holding this rental for me. <-Useless plug, well maybe.
Let me get something out of the way first. Canon’s 5DS is the first Canon DSLR that I have spent any significant time with. I have shot DRebels, and A 7D Mk1, but only for a few shots, and really just a quick look with some of my various friends gears.
Having said that, the main reason why I never really considered Canon (more…)
Shooting Canon’s 5DS has been challenging to say the least. Challenging in a sense that I truly hate it’s ergonomics.
Anyway, resolution wise my old D700 won’t be able to keep up, but let’s see how my Nikkor 50mm F/1.4D holds up against the much more expensive and much bigger Canon 50mm F1.2 L II
Will be shooting comparison shots throughout the day. Stay tuned.
The return of the random photos. This was taken the night after the storm, quiet night, and I had nothing much to do, being without power and such. The moon was full that night, and with the power out, there were no street lights, and thus making it stand out much more.
This was shot using my Canon Powershot S95’s HDR mode.
Another “test” shot of my then new Canon Powerhot S95. This time trying out the HDR capabilities. Honestly, I cannot say how I like it, as I personally am not that crazy with HDR shots to begin with. I guess it can have some uses if done in the right circumstances.