A&P Golf Course Pic

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  1. k2737

    k2737 Active Member

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    :hsd: I will have some more once I figure out how to view these damn canon raw files. :o

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    BTW it's Oak Hill CC in NY.
     
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    hash browns lolcathlon champion OT Supporter

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    is the sand trap the subject :dunno:

    what are you trying to show us
     
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    What else would be the subject? :dunno:
     
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    vizual → 190½ ЯBI ←

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    use EOS Viewer Utility to access the raw files on your camera. Transfer them to your hard drive and then you can post process in Photoshop or Digital Photo Professional
     
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    I downloaded some program and got it to work, thanks though. Here is another one. Are these pics to plain? I took them all from my car, so I had limited subject matter.

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    You need more DOF man.. more DOF. :eek3: You might want to read up on "hyperfocal focusing" :noes:
     
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    Wait, is there any reason you're taking these at 200mm f/2.8? :hsugh:
     
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    Fixed lens.
     
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    That has some DOF. Like I said I was taking these from the road on the side of the course. How do you get DOF on a 300 yard fairway? :o
     
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    That has like no DOF. :hsugh: Try.. stopping.. down. :hsughr:
     
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    It was a fixed 200m 2.8 lens.
     
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    sony Active Member

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    What lens is this? I can't be a MF lens because it's sending shooting information to the camera. :hsugh: Are you telling me the aperature is broken and you can't stop it down or what? :eek3:
     
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    Errr no your right, I was just changing the exposure time, instead of both. So if I just go to like a 11 or lower the pics will come out that much better? Or should I pick diffrent subject? (I am use to film where aperture is on the lens so when I was thinking about it I was like there was nothing to change it so I guess I can't. DOH)
     
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    Higher aperture # = greater DOF, takes the foreground and background blur out.
     

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