How To Take Landscape Photos With Candon 5d Mark Iii?

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Editing Landscape Photography from a Canon 5D Mark IV

Canon EOS 5D Mark III review with sample landscape images (4K, EXIF)

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    A faster DIGIC 5+ processor also means that the Canon 5D Mark III can do some complex image processing – the camera can shoot in HDR and has built-in chromatic aberration correction, neither of which was possible on the 5D Mark II. Finally, the silent shutter of the 5D Mark III is a very useful feature when shooting in noise-sensitive environments.

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    In this video, I’ll explain the 7 secrets on insanely sharp photos with any DSLR camera, as shown on my Canon 5D MkII. 1. Use a tripod 2. Cable release or self timer 3. Mirror Lockup (see 4. Stabilization turned off (when using a tripod) 5. Sharpest aperture 6. Quality lens 7. Lowest ISO

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    While 22.3 MP vs 21.1 MP change might seem rather insignificant (nothing like the 24 MP jump from D700 to D800), the sensor on the 5D Mark III has gone through some interesting changes. Its ISO range has been expanded from 6,400 to 25,600 – two more full stops, as seen in product sheets and claimed by Canon.

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