Some high iso photos from 3200, 4000,5000 and 6400 from my 7D. Len used was Canon 24-105mm F4 IS L.
File size is medium. Body noise reduction was set to standard, Light optimisation set to auto.
Photos straight from camera. Please do NOT use my image without my permission. I appreciate if you link to this page instead.
#1 - ISO 3200 (click on image to view full size)
#2 - ISO 4000 (click on image to view full size)
#3 - ISO 5000 (click on image to view full size)
#4 - ISO 6400 (click on image to view full image)
I would say the ISO 6400 is pretty usable for web especially when we need to resize the photo. I don't see any drop in sharpness which is good.
I was at Midvalley to meet a client. And after that, I went to a shop just to check out the new Canon 7D and brought it back with me :(
Here's some of the 7D key features
- 18 Megapixel APS-C sized CMOS sensor
– 8 FPS shooting speed
– 19 Cross type Autofocus sensors
– Full HD (1080P) video at 24, 25 and 30 FPS
– Live View with a 3" 920k LCD
– Built-in flash doubles as Speedlight Transmitter
– 100% viewfinder
Below are sample photos from this camera
Testing out the wireless flash feature
Click to view large to appreciate :)
Went to Bentong a few weeks back with Kevin Woon to shoot Danny & Vivian Wedding. Luckily the couple are just staying streets away. But I woke up 3.30am and started my journey by picking up Kevin first. We picked up McD along the way and reached R&R at Genting Sempah around 4.45am to have breakfast. The bride house was a bit hard to find as there is no road signboard. We finally arrived at 5.30am and below are some of the photos for the day.
"Trash the dress" is not new in wedding photography. But it is uncommon because wedding studio will have a hard time cleaning it. Not sure where does it comes from, but the idea was to trash the wedding dress. Some photographers have gone to the extreme of burning the wedding gown or some shoot at junkyard or dump side. Mine was a common waterfall. Here's the photos
Here's Dylan & Yoyo pre-wedding I shot recently
Coming up will be their "Trash the dress series".