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 on: February 10, 2011, 08:25:59 pm 
Started by Eric Reagan - Last post by forkboy1965
Did I understand the article correctly?  They've added a 1.4x extender into the lens?  Making it a permanent part of the lens?

If so, how does that impact the real readings of the aperture settings considering the increased amount of glass cuts down on the amount of light getting through?

 on: February 10, 2011, 08:24:10 pm 
Started by alamond - Last post by forkboy1965
I would venture to guess that post-processing software will be quite important in such an endeavor.

We know the various problems that come with shooting buildings with straight lines with curved lenses, but there are software options which will help fix those 'falling back' issues and such. 

You might need to look into that as well.

 on: February 10, 2011, 01:56:58 am 
Started by Eric Reagan - Last post by fcarlos
Another way to link from Flickr is to click on the "share this" button above a photo, and then click the "grab the HTML/BBCode" and select the BBCode button, select the size you want to display here. Then, double-click in the first paragraph of code to select it, copy, and paste in your message on this forum... (see attached image) This will make the displayed image on this forum include a link-back to Flickr, which is part of the Flickr terms of service agreement.

Test image (cyclocross rider)

 on: February 10, 2011, 01:12:27 am 
Started by alamond - Last post by Eric Reagan
Hey alamond,

Good to see you on here.

I can't offer much advice for architecture photography.  Not something I've done much with.  I have a 17-40mm f/4L in my bag, which seems competent for such a task; however, I would imagine that someone more experienced with architectural photography would have some insights on which tilt-shift lenses would serve your needs better.

You might try looking up Mike Miriello, who did a great post on "Interior and Architectural Photography Basics" last year.  Here's his site:

And here's his post from last year:

Good luck sir.

 on: February 10, 2011, 01:05:58 am 
Started by Eric Reagan - Last post by Eric Reagan
I updated the post re: the new Canon 200-400mm w/ 1.4x extender by adding a couple of photos.

See a close-up of the "hump" below.

 on: February 09, 2011, 10:45:21 pm 
Started by Eric Reagan - Last post by Eric Reagan

To embed an image from Flickr like the one above, you need to click on the photo and select the appropriate size (500px wide works best for this forum).

Right-click (or Control-click on a Mac) and Choose "Copy Image Location."  (See the attached screenshot at the bottom.)

Then click on the "Insert Image" button (just below the Italics button) and paste (Ctrl + V) the image location between to two bracketed IMG tags.

**Updated** See also the (perhaps easier) instructions from below.  (Thanks fcarlos.)

 on: February 09, 2011, 10:45:11 pm 
Started by alamond - Last post by alamond
I am looking for lens for shooting architecture. I owe Canon 7D. Any advice?

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