A Picture I Took 2018 - 2019

Etherton

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When I go to edit it they're showing up as normal but when I save the post I am getting X's. Will wait a bit to see if it clears up. Everything is copied the way I normally do it.

I hope SmugMug isn't changing stuff... i.e, a paywall.
 

Neutrino

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Florence
clicky:

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Etherton

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Interested in Macro?

This is a fantastic deal for a great combo! Marked down from $296.98 to $118.80 (Nikon) $109xx (Canon). Shipping was $22. The adapter without the lighting retails for $200 at B&H.

https://savageuniversal.com/product...ute_pa_size=nikon-af-series-lenses-compatible

I got the following shot handheld with a D850, 70-200 FL and the adapter without the LED lighting. Entirely not the right lens to be using. My 105mm ED Macro will be here this coming week so I can't wait to give it a try.

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BB Gun

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Nebell

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A few pictures taken with my Mavic Pro Platinum.
It takes very beautiful 4k videos, but I wish the still camera was a bit better. Didn't want to get Phantom or Inspire as those are huge!


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And here's a video (better in 4k)

 

Neutrino

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Is the first pic post processed by you or it comes like that out of the mavic pro?

BTW I heard a rumor that the upcoming mavic pro will have a 1 inch sensor, that will be quite something

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Daggah

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With the right flashlight you could probably light paint the foreground, but I don't know how good it would look. I wouldn't have time to get far enough away from the camera to make the light not appear straight on-axis unless I had an assistant. I don't personally like the look of a lot of light-painted astro shots...that's not to say it can't work but I think it requires the right foreground interest.

That said, this milky way photography stuff is super addictive. It's crazy the kind of results you can get. I went out again last night (I took today off to take delivery of my new D850...woot!) with my D750. Side note - I think the D750 is actually leagues better than the D800 at this, the high ISO performance seems a lot better. I plan on selling my D750 and D800 to help pay for the D850, but part of me really wants to keep the D750 around. Even four years after release, it's an awesome freaking camera.

Anyway...finally captured a successful milky way pano shot...5 images with the 20mm f/1.8:

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Milky Way Pano at Sylvan Lake (54 MP)
by David Gevert, on Flickr
 

Daggah

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Samyang does have the 14mm f/2.8, 20mm f/1.8, and 24mm f/1.4 lenses...

And this next image is definitely a composite. In fact, the two images taken were a couple hours apart. The first shot was while there was still some light in the sky, so I could stop down and get more of the foreground in focus:

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Milky Way over Needles Highway
by David Gevert, on Flickr
 
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