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Reminder Of The Summer (Peacock)

By HarveySquires  
Peacock Butterfly

Hello everyone i hope you had a good weekend today is a picture of a peacock butterfly from last spring/summer i have a better one that i will upload tomorrow so we will see how this one goes Grin

And another little pointer if i take pictures setting them to RAW it wont let me view them how can i make it so i can view them on my laptop and computer they don't show on either of them Smile

Tags: General Butterfly Flower Peacock Close-up and macro Tongue Wildlife and nature

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Trout_Man 11 1 30 Wales
16 Jan 2011 9:41AM
A very nice capture with good detail and colour Smile Geoff.

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KarenFB Plus
14 5.4k 176 England
16 Jan 2011 10:18AM
A beautiful capture (if tomorrow's is even better, we're in for a real treat!)! The colours and focus spot on, beautifully sharp from wing tip to wing tip! Smile

(It might be worth asking your question in the forums - someone there will know the answer and be pleased to help you!)
john_starkey 10 2 3 United Kingdom
16 Jan 2011 10:35AM
Lovely shot harvey,my hat goes off to for one so young,keep taking pics and when your my age you will outstanding,

john.
Fearniespurs 13 17 1 Wales
16 Jan 2011 10:54AM
lovely colours cant wait for the summer had enough of all this rain!
lianna 10 13 United Kingdom
16 Jan 2011 11:07AM
Well dine Harvey!!! This is superb. X x
16 Jan 2011 12:05PM
Superb detail and lovely colours, top shot Harvey.

Len
jgmford 13 England
16 Jan 2011 12:57PM
Stunning close up detail capture, super colours, love the composition.
Jeff
16 Jan 2011 1:44PM
Beautiful capture!
Sam.
jase147 10 1 United Kingdom
16 Jan 2011 2:29PM
good detail and striking colours Harvey , great shot .......... Jase
Graham-Mead 10 12 9 England
16 Jan 2011 9:29PM
Nice shot Harvey. If you shoot in raw and either save as a jpeg or shoot in raw and jpeg you will be able to view the jpeg shots on your laptop and computer.
DanielD 10 1 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2011 1:10AM
Stunning details and vivid colours - very well done

Daniel
Nikola 9 1 India
17 Jan 2011 6:38AM
Lovely butterfly and an excellent image.
OliPackwood 10 5 5 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2011 5:39PM
All canon SLRs come with some software called DPP (digital photo professional) which you can convert RAWs to JPEGs. Defualt computer programs don't let you view RAWs so you have to go through the whole converting process. Or you could shoot in RAW and JPEG at the same time so you can see what you've shot on the computer, but this takes up A LOT of memory. Hope this helps.
DRicherby 11 269 726 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2011 8:38PM
Nice shot. You might consider flipping it upside-down so the butterfly's in its normal orientation. The background looks OK that way round as there's no really obvious 'this way up' to it and it doesn't scream of being lit from below when upside-down, either.

I shoot RAW+JPEG. You could use Canon's 'ZoomBrowser' software to view the RAWs but, last time I tried it, it wouldn't let you view the files at 100% zoom (despite the name!) without converting to TIFFs or JPEGs, which is completely useless as you can't quickly use it to determine which shots are sharp. Maybe recent versions of the software are better... You can download the latest version of ZoomBrowser and Digital Photo Professional [lilnk=http://software.canon-europe.com/products/0010834.asp]from Canon[/link]. Select 'English' and your operating system to make the huge list go away. Smile For some reason the MacOS version of ZoomBrowser is called ImageBrowser.

If you're going to be shooting RAW anyway, RAW+JPEG isn't that much more disk-hungry. My EOS 400d produces JPEGs of about 3.7Mb and RAWs of about 12.8Mb. Your 550d has more pixels so will produce larger files than that but I would expect the ratio of RAW+JPEG taking up about 30% more space than just RAW to hold.

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