Mark Salvetti

Lives in United States Saugus, United States
Works as a Engineer
Joined on Nov 19, 2003
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Canon 1DMkIV
Canon 7D
24-105L IS
50 f/1.8
70-200IS f/2.8L MkII
100-400 f/4.5-5.6L IS
85mm f/1.8
100mm non-USM Canon Macro
Tokina 12-24 f/4

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  • You could also have RAW+jpg enabled? That will really slow the camera after just a few shots. RAW only you should be able to get 15-20 shots before the camera slows. ...
  • Looks better for sure! I took the liberty of downloading one of your images and opening it in Adobe Camera Raw. Bumped up the exposure by +0.80EV, used the eyedropper to adjust the white balance, ...
  • Most rinks around here upgraded their old mercury or sodium vapor lights to fluorescent about 10 years ago, and that made a big difference. Now they are moving to LED. The other thing I forgot ...
  • Man, go away for a day and things go sideways. I'm sorry, but everyone is making this a lot more complicated than it needs to be. Todd knows 1/640 works for him. It's not worth shooting at 1/1000 ...
  • Ah, now I understand.  My apologies.  It's fun to watch (and shoot) girls playing at that level.  When my daughter was still in high school she sometimes played against Tier 1, national-bound ...
  • Well, I realize some rinks have inconsistent lighting, but open ice isn't the light pretty consistent?  You should expose for where most of your shots are going to be, and then accept that in some ...
  • Todd, I think you'll be fine, you just have to be willing to go up to higher ISO. If you are underexposed, the noise can actually look worse. For exposure, I see that your EXIF shows an exposure ...
  • You don't need to remember.  Let's say you are away on your trip and you realize that you forgot to deactivate one of the computers you left at home. Just log into your Adobe account.  From there ...
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    If the $300 dollar difference matters, then if you buy the Sony you better not plan on buying any Sony lenses, because you'll quickly spend that $300 savings and more. The Sony 16-35 is $350 more ...
  • I'm sorry, you're right.  Auto Switch is only if you are recording to one card at a time. If you are recording to multiple cards with the same quality (your scenario) and one fills, then you get a ...
  • Under Menu-Settings, on the first screen you can select how to handle shooting to multiple cards. If you enable Auto Switch, when one card fills, the camera will automatically switch to the other ...
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