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oh and Ill add, that STICK pic, I had the dog lead in one hand an was spinning on the spot while he ran around me. In my other hand I had my camera and was trying to pan with the dog!

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oh and Ill add, that STICK pic, I had the dog lead in one hand an was spinning on the spot while he ran around me. In my other hand I had my camera and was trying to pan with the dog!

 

I think you did a good job tbh... did you use AI Servo mode? Might be called something different on Nikon actually?

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Couple from yesterday. Trying out the new D600 though these shots didnt really test it.

 

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Top one is nice and crisp, you can tell the difference I think already with that shot. I'd slide the highlights slider to the left in LR though and it'll get rid of the blown areas at the top. It's amazing how much better LR is at this with a FF body over crop.

 

Bottom one looks a little OOF to me?

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Hmm not sure about the OOF Ill have to look again in LR, maybe a bit on the head actually, maybe as its further forward as feet look ok.

 

Aye that'll be your centre and re-compose mate... the DOF is much shallower on a FF body so you're going to have to learn to use nearest point or you'll end up with loads of your shots being OOF.

 

Although tbf you should be doing that anyway ;)

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Typically I spot focus on the eyes, lock and recompose. No eyes here ofc ;)

 

What do you mean by spot focus? That could just be any spot available couldn't it? What I meant was choose the absolute nearest focal point even if it's one of the very outer one's. Shooting at f/2.8 or below and not doing this will always mean your extremely shallow focal plane on an FF camera make the eyes OOF a huge amount of the time.

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