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Canon autumn photography


StillFingerz wrote:
Peter,
My uncle is a painter of the canvas variety, those OoF backgrounds have the look of an oil painting, quite attractive
With a BIF I imagine panning would be okay with the 1DX, but how about tracking a pijun/BIF; would the new AF do well or might it get confused with that background clutter?
Jerry


Jerry, sure thing, 1DX jumps to the background here and there when shooting a smaller bird. Now, with a bigger bird close up, that shouldn't happen although one has a DOF problem there, and a shot like the one below is harder on the photographer than on the camera/lens..



Oct 04, 2012 at 10:17 PM
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Canon autumn photography


StillFingerz wrote:
Peter,
My uncle is a painter of the canvas variety, those OoF backgrounds have the look of an oil painting, quite attractive
With a BIF I imagine panning would be okay with the 1DX, but how about tracking a pijun/BIF; would the new AF do well or might it get confused with that background clutter?
Jerry


Jerry, sure thing, 1DX jumps to the background here and there when shooting a smaller bird. Now, with a bigger bird, that shouldn't happen although one has a DOF problem there, and a shot like the one below is harder on the photographer than on the camera/lens..



Oct 04, 2012 at 10:17 PM
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Re: Canon autumn photography


StillFingerz wrote:
Peter,
My uncle is a painter of the canvas variety, those OoF backgrounds have the look of an oil painting, quite attractive
With a BIF I imagine panning would be okay with the 1DX, but how about tracking a pijun/BIF; would the new AF do well or might it get confused with that background clutter?
Jerry


Jerry, sure thing, 1DX jumps to the background here and there when shooting a smaller bird. Now, with a bigger bird, that shouldn't happen although one has a DOF problem there.



Oct 04, 2012 at 10:06 PM



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