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Re: Rebel T5....picture review?

@Waddizzle wrote:


I'm not advocating in-camera editing.  I'm just pointing out the reasons why people do things that may not seem to make sense to some of us.  They usually have a good reason for doing so.


We wouldn't be having this discussion if the OP were happy with what he's doing now.

Bob
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Re: Rebel T5....picture review?

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I am not sure I get the limited space line of thought.  You only need to "rent" the space, if you are going to go through and immediately delete the duds. If you are so full that you are just one card batch away from overflowing your remaining HD space then you are in big trouble anyway. If not on that batch, then on the next batch. 

 

I just think of the OP having "1000" or "1500" images, then I think of the tedious process of deleting a single image in camera.

 

 Press advance.

(...press advance,

press advance,

press advance,.........)

Press delete.  

Press "yes" to answer the question "are you sure you want to delete"?  

 

Then repeat the process 500 or 1000 times. Ow.  

Scott

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Re: Rebel T5....picture review?


@RobertTheFat wrote:
@Waddizzle wrote:


I'm not advocating in-camera editing.  I'm just pointing out the reasons why people do things that may not seem to make sense to some of us.  They usually have a good reason for doing so.


We wouldn't be having this discussion if the OP were happy with what he's doing now.


Happy?  Non-sequitor.  The OP is looking for a work around to having to do in-camera editing.  I assume that there is a reason that the OP has not considered, or rejected, the idea of post-processing in a computer.

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Re: Rebel T5....picture review?

"I am not sure I get the limited space line of thought.  You only need to "rent" the space, if you are going to go through and immediately delete the duds. If you are so full that you are just one card batch away from overflowing your remaining HD space then you are in big trouble anyway. If not on that batch, then on the next batch. "

 

I don't use Apple products, although I do have an iPad for "Facetime", so I don't see your point.  You rent space in the Cloud.  I understand that you must still download to your MAC before you can upload the files to the iCloud.  Renting space costs money, too. 

 

It is not a matter of being "so full".  It is a matter some people putting a lower priority on photos when it comes to storage space than what you might do.  Like I said, one of my sons places a priority on storage space for music, including music videos, over storage space for photos. 

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Re: Rebel T5....picture review?


@Waddizzle wrote:

"I am not sure I get the limited space line of thought.  You only need to "rent" the space, if you are going to go through and immediately delete the duds. If you are so full that you are just one card batch away from overflowing your remaining HD space then you are in big trouble anyway. If not on that batch, then on the next batch. "

 

I don't use Apple products, although I do have an iPad for "Facetime", so I don't see your point.  You rent space in the Cloud.  I understand that you must still download to your MAC before you can upload the files to the iCloud.  Renting space costs money, too. 

 

It is not a matter of being "so full".  It is a matter some people putting a lower priority on photos when it comes to storage space than what you might do.  Like I said, one of my sons places a priority on storage space for music, including music videos, over storage space for photos. 


Sorry for the confusion. I put "rent" in quotes to indicate that I was speaking figuratively, not literally.  What I meant was that you do put all the images on the hard drive, but only for a moment.  Not permanently.  If you are going to do what the OP says they do, which is to go through and delete all the duds, then you reclaim all that space when you do the deletions.   You just have much easier time of it using the big screen and keyboard and editing software instead of trying to do it with the little camera controls and tiny screen. 

Scott

Canon 5d mk 4, Canon 6D, EF 70-200mm L f/2.8 IS mk2; EF 16-35 f/2.8 L mk. III; Sigma 35mm f/1.4 "Art" EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro; EF 85mm f/1.8; EF 1.4x extender mk. 3; EF 24-105 f/4 L; EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS; 3x Phottix Mitros+ speedlites

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Re: Rebel T5....picture review?

I know it's not ideal to edit/review on the camera-but I'm not a pro by any means and I take pics of sports and I do get some blurry shots (I'm not picky down to the eyelashes lol) that are just easier to delete right off the bat then upload and delete off the computer.  Well, easier if I don't have to arrow through 1000+ Smiley Happy 

 

I did find the fix-in the menu options you can set the scroll wheel to jump by 100 or by date.

 

thanks!

Dawn 

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