Wow! These are awesome. May I use one to hang on my wall? Where were they taken?When you see a nice shot otw home from an overnight, and convince the wife to wait a few while you grab your camera and take a few pics...
...and forget to run through your checklist and leave your 70D's ISO at 800...
2017_12_02-barn-0661-2 by BBGunWB, on Flickr
2017_12_02-barn-0661 by BBGunWB, on Flickr
2017_12_02-barn-0663 by BBGunWB, on Flickr
2017_12_02-barn-0663-2 by BBGunWB, on Flickr
Thank you. By far the best compliment I have ever heardWow, these are really on point. Great work!!! like taken out of a magazine catalogue.
800 ISO? Not sure why you'd be even remotely concerned about that. Unless you plan on printing those images at like 20 x 24" and wanted to have super deep color saturation, I wouldn't even blink any eye at it. If you left it at say 1600 then yea maybe you could have gotten a bit better image if you had the headroom to go down a full stop. If you didn't have that full stop I would have still taken those images at 1600 ISO and likely been happy with them. The images are great, and I'm not really seeing anything that changing the ISO would have really made a huge difference either way. On here we're looking at a 2MP image from a 20MP sensor. You can feel disappointed looking at it from 6" at 1:1, but I don't have an 8K display and would probably be looking at it from 1 1/2 feet away anyway....and forget to run through your checklist and leave your 70D's ISO at 800...
Well don't really need to upgrade per se, this would just be my birthday and xmas present to myself lol. Gonna have to pick up some extra shifts.That's a big jump, almost what I would be looking at if I ever upgrade my D800 to D850, but probably won't ever happen. I'm contempt to use it for as long as possible, lol.
Plus I'm broke, so there's that
Congrats on a new toy! Great shot!
Really like this shot, feel like I'm there looking up at the building.