We’re looking at a few more details on the Canon R5 today, now that I’ve had more time with it, and my guest has been shooting it for a while too I figured it would be good to revisit this topic briefly. Plus, we take a virtual trip to the Oregon Coast, one of the most beautiful places for a landscapist to photograph. This is Latitude Photography Podcast, Episode 125 for August 13, 2021
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Today I have Chuck Haney returning to chat a bit deeper about our impressions with the Canon R5 and we’ll share some images of the Oregon Coast. Probably my second favorite place to shoot. Chuck, Welcome to the Show!
- Do you have a favorite place to shoot? Or are you more like Imogen Cunningham who is credited for saying, “Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow.”
- Thoughts on the R5:
- I love; the eye tracking auto focus for birds. Higher percentage of keepers.
- The ability to use the focus point in the entirety screen.
- The ability to focus stack (not doing in manually)
- The ability to shoot in lower light with higher ISO
- The IBIS is a mute point since I still only use my older EF-lenses
Explanation by Canon Rep: https://youtu.be/9Tc4kEAUayc?t=3085
- I haven’t shot much video yet..
- The time lapse feature works well,
- I do not use wireless
- Still adjusting to using the LCD screen for viewing as old habits of looking thru the viewfinder are hard to break
- I use the CF Express card only, very fast!
- Oregon Coast: Chuck’s Images
- Canon Beach Night
- Cape Blanco Lighthouse
- Cabe Blanco St Park
- Cape Kiwanda
- Oregon Dunes Sunset
- Oregon Coast: Brent’s Images
- Cape Arago Lighthouse 005-18
- Sunset at Face Rock 104-18
- Pistol River State Scenic Viewpoint 145-19
- Between Shore Acres and Sunset Bay State Parks 270-19
- Pillars of Bandon Beach 323-19
Cape Arago LIght from Sunset Bay/Cape Arago LIght overlook with rainbow at sunrise. Face Rock at sunrise, Bandon, OR. A lone tree hangs on to the last bit of earth. Between Shore Acres and Sunset Bay State Parks. Oregon.