CarpForum - Fishing Forum
   [Log-In] or [Register]
Bulk Fish Pellets
Advertise to thousands of anglers a day!  Click HERE to see how
      Home            Search       Help / FAQs   Rules / Usage 
Who's Online Member List      Articles           Gallery           Weather     
  New Posts: 0
 New Posts  photography thread.
 [Log-In]  [Register]
ken
Posts: 939
   Old Thread  #2321 29 Mar 2019 at 4.42pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #2320
You could look for a camera with a built in interval timer or buy one that connects to your camera for about 12 quid on eBay. I use a Nikon D7200 that has a built in one and never had any issues with photographing fish this way.
AndyClark
Posts: 5319
AndyClark
   Old Thread  #2320 28 Mar 2019 at 10.29pm  0  Login    Register
guys
im giving myself a headache looking at cameras, im looking for a camera with a flip round screen..a.budget of 300.
i want to be able to set it on a tripod,pick the fish up and then take the pucture,on my previous g5 i had a remote. do cameras have wink/smile recognition to take the picture. i dont want to have to press the button,scramble to pick the fish up for the 10 second timer...
what camera gives me the options to do this please.

Smithy
Posts: 2834
Smithy
   Old Thread  #2319 11 Mar 2019 at 6.42pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #2307
F4 will keep you and the fish sharp but throw the background out nicely aslong as there is a good separation from the background

Use a depth of field calculator if you are unsure, plenty online or apps to download.

edit: just replied to a year old post - apologies!
Jezze
Posts: 9
Jezze
   Old Thread  #2318 15 Feb 2019 at 7.11pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1915
Well, maybe this will change soon. I got into fishing photography thanks to this: http://noon-day.com/ and I've become quite good at it. That company is also worth checking out, by the way.
duggs
Posts: 5527
   Old Thread  #2317 21 Jan 2019 at 5.44am  0  Login    Register
Has anyone had any luck capturing the blood moon?
I got up at 4 and have only had the odd glimpse through clouds. Here's hoping it clears a bit before I head to work
duggs
Posts: 5527
   Old Thread  #2316 30 Oct 2018 at 1.19pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #2314
I don't think there's anything to worry about really, with all the advantages of mirror less and the fact all the lenses will work with an adaptor, the only real issue is that some people just won't get on with an evf.

I'd think the Eos m mount will die before the ef mount, I expect to see crop sensor Eos r cameras in the near future

I'm a little disappointed Olympus didn't join Leica sigma and Panasonic in the l mount group, I'd definitely be interested in a full frame omd.
yonny
Posts: 7649
yonny
   Old Thread  #2315 2 Oct 2018 at 11.28am  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #2314
Guess not
yonny
Posts: 7649
yonny
   Old Thread  #2314 12 Sept 2018 at 2.33pm  0  Login    Register
So guys, with the recent release of the Nikon Z6/Z7 and Canon EOS R full frame mirrorless bodies, Sony's established mirrorless line, and Canons established EF-M APS-C line selling well, is anyone getting worried that DSLR will be phased out over the coming years?
Crackers4Carp
Posts: 694
Crackers4Carp
   Old Thread  #2313 19 Jun 2018 at 9.10am  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1000
right guys...I own a canon 700d and am looking for recommendations for a good scenic/wildlife lens to give me more options than my 18-55 and 50mm. Can anyone recommend me anything - don't want to spend the earth (under 200 used)
Dodsy
Posts: 117
   Old Thread  #2312 21 Apr 2018 at 11.03am  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #2305
Stunning birds they are.
KenTownley
Posts: 30589
KenTownley
   Old Thread  #2311 21 Mar 2018 at 10.44am  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #2307
Got the same lens. I find f5.6 the best all round aperture but f11 gives more depth of field. I use it wide open only for landscapes (scenics) when the focus is at infinity. Otherwise the dof is too shallow and it is all to easy to get blurred trophy shots.
Tinhead
Posts: 16313
Tinhead
   Old Thread  #2310 21 Mar 2018 at 9.12am  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #2305
Only just realised this thread existed.
The Non Carp section often gets over looked. I did suggest they include it when you do a 'Read Next' but it never happened.
duggs
Posts: 5527
   Old Thread  #2309 21 Mar 2018 at 8.10am  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #2305
Lovely shots

P3180578

Bloody foreigners
hyperloop
Posts: 2790
hyperloop
   Old Thread  #2308 15 Mar 2018 at 11.04pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #2307
Risky. It will be sharpest a few stops above wide open. 2.5-3.2 I normally favour. Trial and error though mate, every day is different.
kcon1
Posts: 65
   Old Thread  #2307 15 Mar 2018 at 8.07pm  0  Login    Register
Just bought a Nikon 35mm 1.8 lens. What aperture would be best for trophy shots? Is 1.8 too low?
Page: 19.6666666666667 of 109  
   Advertising disclosure  
   Copyright 2002-2024  -  www.CarpForum.co.uk contact : webmaster@carpforum.co.uk