From Canon 6D to mirrorless

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Rado R Forum Member • Posts: 50
Re: From Canon 6D to mirrorless

ecka84 wrote:

Rado R wrote:

My friend, bricks are landscapes as well. Don't be mean towards the bricks

Re 6:13, he had to compensate with ISO because he changed the apertures to make the DoF the same. It is not hard. Really.

Tony used equivalent settings to reproduce the same image. Not just the same DoF. DoF is just a side effect. Learn equivalence. Stop preaching BS nonsense, please.

Are you serious? You must be trolling!

Maybe rewatch the first 6 minutes. And then repeat. Maybe even take notes ... it may help you to keep up.

But ... I'll do you one better ... since I'm on my computer now and I'm nice like that...

Here are the relevant parts from the transcript of the video:

02:11

you can see the three cameras produced

02:13

very different images with the same lens

02:16

all the images have the same brightness

02:18

because sensor size does not affect the

02:21

brightness or the exposure of your image

02:23

however it changes just about every

02:25

other property of it but the smaller

02:27

sensors it was like I zoomed in like I

02:29

actually got closer...
...

02:58

... use the right lens and

03:01

the right focal length to accomplish

03:02

that vision if you have a smaller sensor

03:04

you would use a lens that has a shorter

03:08

focal length to get the same angle of

03:10

view ...

04:04

... my

04:11

assistant here is the same size in

04:12

each of the pictures but there's still

04:14

something different if you look at the

04:16

backgrounds they're very different the

04:18

picture from the aps-c camera has less

04:20

background blur than the picture from

04:22

the full-frame camera the picture from

04:24

the Micro Four Thirds camera with its

04:26

smaller sensor has even less background

04:28

blur I used the same settings on all

04:31

three but adjusted the focal length to

04:33

match the composition

04:34

it was f4 f4 on this camera produces

04:37

less background blur do that it does on

04:39

this camera which is less background

04:41

blur than it does on this camera what if

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you want to add more background blur

04:47

that's a common compositional technique

04:49

for photographers background blur is

04:51

used to separate the foreground subject

04:53

from the background subject and it can

04:55

help tell a story

04:56

good news you can get all the background

04:58

blur you want out of small sensor

05:00

cameras just use the crop factor and

05:02

apply it to the f-stop while this camera

05:05

was 50 millimetres and f/4 I would

05:08

divide 4 by 1.6 ...

And there you have it ... he continues to do the shots with different apertures in order to match the blur and therefore changes the exposure settings later as I previously stated.

You're welcome!

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