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    EOS R EF 400DOI 2xtcII f10 1/500 ISO 6400

    Image created before sunrise with f8 glass. This is one frame from a continuous servo AF sequence. I want to try stacked tcs with this lens next. The 100-400 had AF at 400 with 2xtcII (f11 glass).

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    Nice. I love the head position and the far wing. It might be improved by desaturating the colors a bit ...

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    Hi David is this posting taking into account the suggestion I made about changing things in PS to address Colour Blindness?

    I quite like the HI key look and the blurred wings and lack of detail, gives it a bit of an 'Arty' feel, but agree on the colours do need addressing. If you want you can also bring a bit more tone & depth back into the FG, however if your ethics allow I would clone the various blobs that 'peer' the surround.

    Not sure if this helps David?

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    Thanks so much for the learnings. Steve, I'm currently studying Artie's digital basics after which I will study Arash and Artie's post processing guide. I will then look into your excellent advice for color blind assistance. I'm not completely color blind just for part of the spectrum. It does throw off my judgement though. Especially on images created in low light like this. I tend to over saturate slightly as it makes the color more vivid to me. This is f8 glass in very low light. Didn't expect super details but the AF was spot on and the image is pleasing to my eye as well. Once again, thanks for the help!

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    Hi David, not sure it's 'excellent advice' more a helping hand, but I do hope it may help to resolve your judgement to a degree.

    I've only read the marketing stuff and a brief test report on the EOS R so cannot provide any real advice on this new system, but I may get to see more at the end of this month with a 'hands on' perhaps, only then could I perhaps chime in. What I am pleased, 'personally' to see is that you are not afraid to push the ISO.

    All the best and keep having fun.

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    Like the sense of motion to this one. The reflection is nice as well. Looks good for the high ISO.

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