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03-29-2019, 12:03 PM - 7 Likes   #23251
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Hillside at Sunrise (DFA 24-70/pixel shift)



For people's interest I uploaded an image processed from a single image from the pixel shift series with exactly the same settings as the first one. The full sizes are available on Flickr. There isn't a big difference between them, but I do think the pixel shift would print bigger.

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---------- Post added 03-30-19 at 07:15 AM ----------

QuoteOriginally posted by biz-engineer Quote
Excellent, good lighting with some shadow that give back some 3D to the subject, maybe you could have had the camera at a slight angle to have a bit more shadow on the left side, but that's already good, especial with eyes in sharp focus. Did you use face recognition in live view (just curious)?
Hey, which shot are you specifically referring to? My most recent monochrome shot in this thread here above?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Erictator Quote
I'm torn between these two, I kinda like the negative space on the first one, without him looking at me, but, the detail in the second one with a tighter crop in post, with eye contact is hard to not like.
Got a preference? (there is no wrong answer)


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Eric, all your photos of late are simply fantastic. As volley stated what a luxury to choose from such great shots. I like both shots of the lizard for the exact reasons you stated liking them, so no real preference. Loved your story about the rat snake, been there and did that many times. When I tell folks about that they don't believe me. You did a fine job on capturing that snake one handed.
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a wee bit behind

Been some time since I last posted. Many folks have posted many terrific photos on this forum, very enjoyable to view.
Here are 2 shots for the old Rupert and 2 for the Frederic since to me he is a bit of an unusual bird.
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These bottle brush blooms hang straight down, so shooting up at the sky is problematic, unless you have a nice overcast morning like this day was.

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QuoteOriginally posted by jabobby Quote
Eric, all your photos of late...
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Thanks for the kind words Bobby. We've missed your posts. Nice work with that 150-450mm... Hope things settle down for you soon. I also haven't been able to get out and shoot as much lately but am working at smoothing out the craziness in my schedule...
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QuoteOriginally posted by jabobby Quote
Here are 2 shots for the old Rupert and 2 for the Frederic since to me he is a bit of an unusual bird.
I can hear Otis laughing (for the second part)

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QuoteOriginally posted by BruceBanner Quote
My most recent monochrome shot in this thread here above?
Yes, I was reference to the B&W, very nice images, I just wanted to make a point about modeling light, that is the angle of the light source to the subject and angle of camera / subject so that shadow gradation make the subject look more 3D.
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QuoteOriginally posted by biz-engineer Quote
Yes, I was reference to the B&W, very nice images, I just wanted to make a point about modeling light, that is the angle of the light source to the subject and angle of camera / subject so that shadow gradation make the subject look more 3D.
Ah cool yeh, I don't have any modelling lights currently so I shift it manually, chimp or get the client to move a bit lol.

And yes, all my portrait work is pretty much done in Face Detection mode, which we all know is a LIE and is actually Eye Detection in disguise!
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