George Zip

Joined on Aug 12, 2015

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  • To get a little off topic, I’ve never really liked 50mm as a focal length for portraits and always try and shoot at 130ish for maximum flattering of the subject . But…. Lately I have been doing ...
  • Thank you everyone
  • Fair call… I thought there may have been a simple explanation
  • She is the classic “knows what she knows “in relation to doing it all the time. She had no interest in the deeper tech stuff with cameras just cares if they work. She is an awesome photographer ...
  • Pretty sure she means shutter to shot . Tbh I do not even know if shutter lag is the correct terminology
  • Created discussion thread Shutter lag - R5 ?
    My friend replaced her 2x 5d4s for 2 x R5s . she commented that the R5 seemed slower than the 5d4 when anticipating shots . ( She is a wedding shooter) super experienced has done like 50 a year for ...
  • The light on the kid running is excellent… I would consider straightening it up… just a friendly observation
  • Should be fine . Sorry I can’t help.
  • The camera is unlikely to pick out the eye in that situation and you would not need it as you have so much dof. It still should pick out the person ok, although I do not do much environmental ...
  • Mine has never locked up and use it heavily
  • I use mine as a backup and a second camera on a double harness for events . I also use it as a walk around with the pancake. Despite the R5 destroying it with tech and features, I like the 5D4 ...
  • I would double double check you are not set to animal …. I’ve done that and could not work out why it was acting weird. Then I remembered I had photographed a dog in the studio and forgotten to ...
  • Settings all look good. At F5 at 30 there is a lot in focus. Very odd, I find it hard to miss and all I do is portraiture pretty much. Is the box on their face/eye when you are shooting? To trouble ...
  • These are not letdowns as I aware of them going in…. More a Wishlist . 1. Body different to 5d4 and 5d3 and also less buttons. It’s a bit small for my gorilla hands 2. No mraw or sraw Super ...
  • Because the target market do not need or really want it. It’s like the 1dx series , it’s for journalists, sports shooter who priorities are speed, frame rates,  getting photos uploaded fast and ...
  • Replied in Use case
    The first photo is outstanding
  • There’s a bit to it …. Main thing to remember is that you are taking two exposures. There’s the ambient light and what the flash is hitting . But don’t let it overwhelm you … start somewhere , if ...
  • I still use one of these ALL the time. Excellent unit. Can 100% recommend. They only downside is, if you want to get that flash off camera, you will need the Canon trigger or another identical ...
  • For anything moving or changing situations,  I would get a Godox flash that is ETTL capable (ETTL means it does auto not just  manual) The reason I say Godox is that they have a heap of other ...
  • Replied in To: Karl
    Speed. The ability to synchronise 100s of photos. My life would suck without it for editing events where I deliver 100s of photos. collections. Making a collection of of photos for my editor to go ...
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