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1/200s, ISO 100, f14 @135mm. 12,000hp, ~170mph? @330ft
I've never learned how to do that. How do you keep a car going 170mph in the same spot in the frame? Is that some trick 3D focus does for you? I'm guessing there is some camera panning involved, too.
 
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I'm guessing there is some camera panning involved, too.
It's mostly panning but the shutter speed plays a big role. Too short a shutter speed means you won't get much motion blur. Longer shutter speeds give you more background blur but you risk blurring the subject due to jerky panning. Even then, the subject can still have a bit of blur if it's not moving perfectly perpendicular to you or it bounces mid shot.
 

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It's mostly panning but the shutter speed plays a big role. Too short a shutter speed means you won't get much motion blur. Longer shutter speeds give you more background blur but you risk blurring the subject due to jerky panning. Even then, the subject can still have a bit of blur if it's not moving perfectly perpendicular to you or it bounces mid shot.
Ok, so it's just steady hands, trying to keep up with the subject. And a dose of luck I guess.
I'm mostly shooting my own vacations, so, as you can imagine, my usual needs are quite different than this.
 
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Thanks for posting this. I received a free copy of Topaz Gigapixel AI with the Intel GPU i bought earlier this year but hadn't gotten around to installing it yet.

The oldest digital photos I have date back to 1999 and they were, to say the least, fairly poor quality. This is a screen capture of taking a 1280x960 (1.2MP) shot blown up to 4 times (5120x3840) shown @ 1:1 pixels with the software. Pretty impressive. (posted full res at 100% jpg quality)

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hi m8 - Is that a shot of Skippy ?? lol
 
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Let's pay our respects to a dying titan of the past.

DPreview has announced that it will cease to exist.


A no Bullshit information source I've used since early 2000....

RIP.
 
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Let's pay our respects to a dying titan of the past.

DPreview has announced that it will cease to exist.


A no Bullshit information source I've used since early 2000....

RIP.
Their comment section was always a shitfest but they were my goto site for camera reviews. Their YT channel also had the best Canadian youtubers out there, Chris and Jordan, for the past 5 years. They're both now heading to PetaPixel starting from May.
The weirdest thing is that Amazon will not maintain an archived version of the site:
The site will be available in read-only mode for a limited period afterwards.
 
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Their comment section was always a shitfest but they were my goto site for camera reviews. Their YT channel also had the best Canadian youtubers out there, Chris and Jordan, for the past 5 years. They're both now heading to PetaPixel starting from May.
The weirdest thing is that Amazon will not maintain an archived version of the site:

Yeah. Other forums should note this, what's the life after selling out to corps that don't care, usually doesn't end well... just like Google Cemetery.

Chris and Jordan is great, I've already followed their PP channel on YT, but they are leisure oriented channel, very light hearted and entertaining. It often ain't the right thing when you decide to buy camera gear for few grands.

The forum was a place infested with trolls, but there is information that is not found ANYWHERE in the web. For Example. I just yesterday sent my Sigma A-Mount lens to German headquarters for FW to fix compatibility with LA-EA5. It is not written anywhere, but there some people reported that after servicing their Sigmas started to work with the adapter.

It will be so sad that such information will be just lost, especially on the legacy gear.
 
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Their comment section was always a shitfest but they were my goto site for camera reviews. Their YT channel also had the best Canadian youtubers out there, Chris and Jordan, for the past 5 years. They're both now heading to PetaPixel starting from May.
The weirdest thing is that Amazon will not maintain an archived version of the site:
Agreed, not preserving the content is a really crappy move.
 
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1/139, F/1.9, ISO38, 6.81mm. Not sure about digital zoom/crop.

Dekay's brownsnake, common around here but rare to see one in daylight. Around 10" long, so may be fully grown. They can get up to 18", but 12" is most common. Non-venomous and eats mostly slugs.

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It's warming up so it's time to get back out there again. Bees aren't out yet, so birds first. Normally I would walk past a duck, but it was out by its lonesome and a nice clean shot. Also cool looking duck, the scaup

ISO 1250, 300mm f5.6 1/1600s

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It's starting to feel like spring!

Cooper's Hawk, 400mm, ƒ8, ISO 800, 1/1000s.
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Northern Cardinal, same settings as above except ISO 200.
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Bluebird, same as above except ISO 640. Also had to fall back on MF as AF was acting up and focusing on the background.
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It's starting to feel like spring!

Yessir the big boy agrees

I still have one from sunday that I haven't done anything with yet, because I haven't decided yet if they're a golden eagle or young bald eagle

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300mm @ f8, 1/4000 ISO 1250
 
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Great Tit. 500mm (800equiv), f7.1, 1/1000s, ISO 200


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I was expecting NSFW :(
When I saw the bird my wife said, 'blue tit?'. I said, 'great tit', to which she replied, 'you're a great tit!'.

I was shockified.
 

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Might as well change the title of the thread to "TPU Birding Club." :laugh:

House Finch
400mm (1.6x crop), ƒ8, 1/2000s, ISO 1000. Man would I love a lens that's a wee bit sharper.
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Might as well change the title of the thread to "TPU Birding Club." :laugh:

It shows how much photography needs the right moment, conditions, and subject to be appealing. The little feathered dudes are what keeps some of us going. Have some pity for me in the UK. Our wildlife is scarce, and the interesting stuff even more so. When I go to North America (on holiday) there's soooooo much more to see.
 

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It shows how much photography needs the right moment, conditions, and subject to be appealing. The little feathered dudes are what keeps some of us going. Have some pity for me in the UK. Our wildlife is scarce, and the interesting stuff even more so. When I go to North America (on holiday) there's soooooo much more to see.
This is why I don't want to live in a big city and enjoy central and northern New Hampshire. This little guy was on a tree in the backyard this morning. Most of these bird pictures I post are from the town I live in. I don't even have the bird feeder put up yet. They just come in abundance when it gets warm out.
 

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Finally got a pic of an everyday bird that looks decent.

Chaffinch on a wall in rural Keswick, England.

500mm (800mm) f/7.1 1/1250 ISO400

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Waw, the light and the model are perfect !!
Do you edit sometimes your pics ?
 

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Waw, the light and the model are perfect !!
Do you edit sometimes your pics ?

I shoot RAW and use Capture One to process most pics I post. What folks often forget is that digital cameras don't show you what you saw at the time* - the image is a jpeg based on each manufacturers preferences and algorithms. I think I added a tiny bit of saturation and sharpening. That being said, the conditions were perfect, the sun was on the bird so the colours were sharp and my ISO was fairly low, so little noise to deal with.

*In fact, without filters, or RAW processing (or both), digital cameras are terrible at capturing the dynamic range our eyes see.
 
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