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« on: May 20, 2003, 10:37:15 PM »
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Here is the second pic. The link was wrong in the above message


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« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2003, 09:49:40 AM »
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I have found that sometimes even with my film camera 1NRS that the focus appeared dead on but when I got the film back it was really bad. I don't know why though.

If you go to My Webpage and click on links then click on the link for Ambers Birthday 2003 100 and 101 there are a whole bunch of picks I took over the weekend with the camera using a Canon 100mm f2.8 macro, 28mm f1.8 and the 70-200 f2.8. I had only a few that were fuzzy.

I think it could just be the light contrast or the proximity of the subject or both that can cause problems.
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« Reply #2 on: May 20, 2003, 10:34:55 PM »
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Here is a picture I took with my 10D at my niece's birthday party. I'll first post the uncropped image shot in raw at asa 100 with 550ex flash Canon 70-200 f2.8.

I pasted the file details below for information. Sorry for it being so long. I used autofocus with the center point only activated.

File Name
  CRW_0035.CRW
Camera Model Name
  Canon EOS 10D
Shooting Date/Time
  5/17/2003 5:12:19 PM
Shooting Mode
  Program AE
Tv( Shutter Speed )
  1/60
Av( Aperture Value )
  4.5
Metering Mode
  Evaluative
Exposure Compensation
  -1/3
ISO Speed
  100
Lens
  70.0 - 200.0 mm
Focal Length
  155.0 mm
Image Size
  3072x2048
Image Quality
  RAW
Flash
  On
Flash Type
  External E-TTL
Flash Exposure Compensation
  0
Red-eye Reduction
  On
Shutter curtain sync
  1st-curtain sync
White Balance
  Auto
AF Mode
  AI Servo AF
Parameters
  Contrast Normal
  Sharpness Normal
  Color saturation Normal
  Color tone Normal
Color Space
  Adobe RGB
File Size
  4990KB
Camera Body No.
  0420210167

The first picture is the uncropped version, with nothing done to it.



I then wondered how this would do on enlarging to 24x36. So I made minor adjustments using curves/color balance to warm slightly, the upsized it to 24X36 at 150dpi and mildly sharpened. I Then cropped an 8X10 section out and printed it on my Epson 2200 using archival matt (with profile for paper/inks) and all I can say is OMG! It was perfect. Much better than I could ever do with film and more. Not too mention you can almost make out my reflection in her eye.

I could even go to 30X40 with this. Here is the cropped version of the 24X36 (still at 150dpi)


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« Reply #3 on: May 21, 2003, 09:31:47 AM »
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Thanks for the mail Chesty,

It was REALLY useful - I CANNOT believe this is the same camera, the shot is so sharp and clear......

I will have ONE LAST GO!!!!!

KATE
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