Sudhir Shivaram

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  • in reply to: Back button focusing #81717
    Sudhir Shivaram
    Keymaster

    For Sony mirrorless, no need to use BBF.

    in reply to: Cropping in LR Classic #81701
    Sudhir Shivaram
    Keymaster

    You will not loose details if it originally existed even if you close crop. If the subject is far away and you crop it, do not expect that the subject will retain the sharpness.

    Image sharpness depends on multiple factors :
    – Camera to subject distance
    – Lens used (and of filters used)
    – Camera sensor
    – Shooting technique
    – Shutter speed

    Different cameras has different sensors and properties and hence it will change.

    Rgds,
    Sudhir

    in reply to: Cropping in LR Classic #81679
    Sudhir Shivaram
    Keymaster

    In case of ACR, when I do the cropping, it shows me the new dimension of the pixels. That will help you understand how much cropping you have done and also based on the dimension of crop you can know the MP.

    Regarding knowing the acceptable crop percent for D850, crop the image as per your wish, check the new cropped dimension and use this calculator to know what MP you finally get.
    https://toolstud.io/photo/megapixel.php

    That will help you know the final results better.

    Rgds,
    Sudhir

    in reply to: Namste… I’m Sushil Bhardwaj from India #81407
    Sudhir Shivaram
    Keymaster

    Hello Sushil,

    Welcome to SSP learning platform 🙂

    Rgds,
    Sudhir

    in reply to: Hello Everyone #81406
    Sudhir Shivaram
    Keymaster

    Hello Swarnendu,

    welcome to SSP learning platform and good luck with your photography. I am sure this platform will help you become a better photographer.

    Rgds,
    Sudhir

    in reply to: 2nd lens to buy #81151
    Sudhir Shivaram
    Keymaster

    Yes, I have personally used the A7RIII and is a great body.

    Rgds,
    Sudhir

    in reply to: Back button focusing #81150
    Sudhir Shivaram
    Keymaster

    Nope. I have stopped using BBF once I moved to Sony. The AF tracking is so powerful in Sony that we dont need to use BBF.

    Rgds,
    Sudhir

    in reply to: 2nd lens to buy #81134
    Sudhir Shivaram
    Keymaster

    Hi Dipanjan,

    I would highly recommend the 70-200 f2.8 GM OSS lens

    Rgds,
    Sudhir

    in reply to: Lost and Found :) #81133
    Sudhir Shivaram
    Keymaster

    Hi Satish,

    A warm welcome to SSP learning platform. Thanks for the detailed introduction. Glad you decided to pursue your passion for photography. I am sure the course and the SSP closed Facebook community will help you achieve your objectives.

    Happy learning.

    Rgds,
    Sudhir

    in reply to: Achieving Sharpness in Fog and low light #80893
    Sudhir Shivaram
    Keymaster

    Rudra,

    Given your equipment and the limitations, it looks good and no issues with sharpness.

    Rgds,
    Sudhir

    in reply to: Achieving Sharpness in Fog and low light #80862
    Sudhir Shivaram
    Keymaster

    Hi Rudradipta,

    I am not able to see the image as it file does not exist. Getting sharp image in mist / fog is not possible due to the hazy situation. You need to try more creative images in fog rather than close ups.

    Please share image on Facebook.

    Rgds,
    Sudhir

    in reply to: Image Sharpness of Moving Objects #80794
    Sudhir Shivaram
    Keymaster

    Rohan,

    Got the link to your image:
    https://www.instagram.com/p/CKF-RASlx2D/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

    Need the complete exif information. Please share here.

    Rgds,
    Sudhir

    in reply to: Image Sharpness of Moving Objects #80671
    Sudhir Shivaram
    Keymaster

    Hi Rohan,

    Yes, the image sharpness(or the resolving power what we say) also depends on the camera to subject distance. You cannot expect to shoot a flying bird which is very far, zoom in and expect all details to be critically sharp. It will help if you could point to the image as well.

    Rgds,
    Sudhir

    in reply to: Nikkor 70-200 f 2.8 for wildlife. #80358
    Sudhir Shivaram
    Keymaster

    Hi Rudradipta,

    A f2.8 always helps in low light situation. But a small draw back would be the reach.

    Rgds,
    Sudhir

    in reply to: Binocular #80357
    Sudhir Shivaram
    Keymaster

    I use the Zeiss binoculars. 8×40 is a good one for wildlife and birding.

    Rgds,
    Sudhir

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