Twirling Cosmos(PID:28704203964) Source
posted by Don Komarechka alias Don Komarechka on Tuesday 30th of August 2016 12:45:57 AM
This was one of the images I was taking during a recent shoot on Georgian Bay Islands National Park, being captured by the camera on the left in yesterday’s behind-the-scenes selfie. It’s funny, I carefully set up this shot and spent a while in post to get it into this shape, but I like the behind-the-scenes image more! The selfie has a narrative, which can be an unbelievably strong component in a successful image. A deep understanding what makes a great image is one of the core points of discussion in my upcoming “Vision Beyond Seeing” talk on September 10th in Windsor, Ontario. For only $40, you get a full day of photo knowledge and inspiration! Register here: windsorcameraclub.com/ The reason why I enjoy the night sky is because the camera can capture it in ways that I can only imagine. Photography then becomes a tool to see the world differently, and the process of creating the images is as enjoyable as the end result. As a person constantly seeking the next creative idea, I’m always pushing beyond what I can see with my own eyes. Star trails and astrophotography fit firmly into the realm of “the unseen world”! This image was a fun “test” of sorts. I was test-driving the Canon 5DS R and the Canon 11-24mm F/4L. Being impressed with the field of view of the 11-24, I found it somewhat difficult to use in architecture because the stretched proportions of objects at the edges of the frame didn’t look completely “real” to me, all for the goal of completely straight lines. It seems to handle the night sky well enough, but the F/4 aperture becomes problematic. Pushing the ISO to 6400, the 5DS R starts to let me down. I used a variety of techniques to clean up the image, including shooting a “dark frame” (lens cap on) after the sequence to help cancel out some of the noise in addition to traditional noise reduction techniques, but I’m still not terribly satisfied. The image is great when I scale it down, but at 50MP it falters a little. This is a rolling target, however – the successor of this camera will likely perform better with the same optics, but with many ultra-wide-angle options available at F/2.8, I’m left with the feeling that I won’t necessarily be buying either of these pieces of gear. They sure were fun to play with, though. :) For more insights into my understanding of camera gear, light, physics, psychology, human perception and of course creativity, you should really attend the September 10th seminar Vision Beyond Seeing. I promise you it’ll be worth your time.
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