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Nov 13, 2017 18:21:32   #
brooklyn-camera I (a regular here)
 
Shooting with the same camera 7D MKII and a Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 lens these photos were taken at the same game. Shooting info ISO 6400 70mm & 200mm, f/3.5, 1/800sec. Seems as if it is present when I first start shooting, could it be the cold effecting the camera from when I first start shooting? Don't have the RAW anymore, I dump them after I post the photos. I am not shooting through the glass, shooting from the bench.

Any and all help will be appreciated and thanking all members in advance for your time, effort and knowledge.


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Nov 13, 2017 18:24:18   #
Linda From Maine (a regular here)
 
It only happened at this venue? Not outside? Seems like a reflection, but you said no glass between you? ISO 6400 on first two; have you done other shots at that high ISO that were OK?
Nov 13, 2017 18:28:47   #
rjaywallace (a regular here)
 
The photos are all dated 2014, three or more years ago. You’re just getting around to asking this question now? I see you are a relatively new member, but it seems logical that you would have contacted the camera manufacturer, the camera retailer, the edit software manufacturer, the sd card manufacturer, etc., to get an answer back then. Were you using a flash? If yes, what speed were you synced for? Not trying to be a wiseguy, just applying a little logic.
Nov 13, 2017 18:31:53   #
Rongnongno (a regular here)
 
brooklyn-camera I wrote:
Shooting with the same camera 7D MKII and a Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 lens these photos were taken at the same game. Shooting info ISO 6400 70mm & 200mm, f/3.5, 1/800sec. Seems as if it is present when I first start shooting, could it be the cold effecting the camera from when I first start shooting? Don't have the RAW anymore, I dump them after I post the photos. I am not shooting through the glass, shooting from the bench.

Any and all help will be appreciated and thanking all members in advance for your time, effort and knowledge.
Shooting with the same camera 7D MKII and a Canon ... (show quote)

Hockey? You shoot through a transparent material. This can create everything you are dealing with.

Then... Why on earth do you dump your raw files?
Nov 13, 2017 18:43:34   #
Uuglypher (a regular here)
 
Best guess time?
My guess is based on the pincushion effect on the mystery grid when you were zoomed in on the player’s head in #1.

Zoomed out, in #2 the pincushioning is gone and the grid is squarely rectilinear.

My guess is it is lens related, particularly to zooming.

Why is it absent from image 3? Beats me! (OK, I guess it it’s there in #3, just really faint...???)

Dave
Nov 13, 2017 18:55:40   #
brooklyn-camera I (a regular here)
 
2014 is connected to my Brooklyn-Camera 2014 Photos were from this past weekend 11-11-17.
rjaywallace wrote:
The photos are all dated 2014, three or more years ago. You’re just getting around to asking this question now? I see you are a relatively new member, but it seems logical that you would have contacted the camera manufacturer, the camera retailer, the edit software manufacturer, the sd card manufacturer, etc., to get an answer back then. Were you using a flash? If yes, what speed were you synced for? Not trying to be a wiseguy, just applying a little logic.
 
Nov 13, 2017 18:57:31   #
brooklyn-camera I (a regular here)
 
Yes I have, the lighting is really bad at this location. A lower ISO and the photos come out very dark.
Linda From Maine wrote:
It only happened at this venue? Not outside? Seems like a reflection, but you said no glass between you? ISO 6400 on first two; have you done other shots at that high ISO that were OK?
Nov 13, 2017 19:00:25   #
brooklyn-camera I (a regular here)
 
RAW files take up so much room on the HD. I have an external HD and I would need a truck load for all the photos of hockey and football games that I shoot for.
Rongnongno wrote:
Hockey? You shoot through a transparent material. This can create everything you are dealing with.

If you read my question you would see that I am NOT shooting through glass. shooting from the bench.

Then... Why on earth do you dump your raw files?
Nov 13, 2017 19:02:24   #
brooklyn-camera I (a regular here)
 
The #3 photo is just to show the difference between the photos with lines.
Uuglypher wrote:
Best guess time?
My guess is based on the pincushion effect on the mystery grid when you were zoomed in on the player’s head in #1.

Zoomed out, in #2 the pincushioning is gone and the grid is squarely rectilinear.

My guess is it is lens related, particularly to zooming.

Why is it absent from image 3? Beats me! (OK, I guess it it’s there in #3, just really faint...???)

Dave
Nov 13, 2017 19:03:53   #
brooklyn-camera I (a regular here)
 
No flash.......
rjaywallace wrote:
The photos are all dated 2014, three or more years ago. You’re just getting around to asking this question now? I see you are a relatively new member, but it seems logical that you would have contacted the camera manufacturer, the camera retailer, the edit software manufacturer, the sd card manufacturer, etc., to get an answer back then. Were you using a flash? If yes, what speed were you synced for? Not trying to be a wiseguy, just applying a little logic.
Nov 13, 2017 19:29:03   #
TriX (a regular here)
 
brooklyn-camera I wrote:
RAW files take up so much room on the HD. I have an external HD and I would need a truck load for all the photos of hockey and football games that I shoot for.


With the current price of hard drives, a 4TB decent HD is about the cost of a couple of hockey tickets. If the photos are important to you, invest $100-$150 (probably a very small percentage of the cost of your camera/lens) in a larger HD, and you can store tens of thousands of raw files. Regarding the lines in your 1st and 2nd shot, it really looks as if you were shooting through a screen, or plastic or ???. Is there a mesh or protective screen between you and the players?
 
Nov 13, 2017 19:34:44   #
brooklyn-camera I (a regular here)
 
Nothing between myself and the players, I can touch the ice from the players bench where I shoot there games.
TriX wrote:
With the current price of hard drives, a 4TB decent HD is about the cost of a couple of hockey tickets. If the photos are important to you, invest $100-$150 (probably a very small percentage of the cost of your camera/lens) in a larger HD, and you can store tens of thousands of raw files. Regarding the lines in your 1st and 2nd shot, it really looks as if you were shooting through a screen, or plastic or ???. Is there a mesh or protective screen between you and the players?
Nov 13, 2017 19:35:31   #
blackest (a regular here)
 
It's odd, maybe some of the lights were reflecting onto the transparent panels. maybe something embedded in there to reinforce them... Just guessing. only seen something like that when shooting through a mesh.
Nov 13, 2017 19:38:03   #
brooklyn-camera I (a regular here)
 
Not shooting through the glass.....shooting from the players bench. Nothing between the action and myself except air. I guess I'll have to check with Canon and see if they can come up with an answer.
blackest wrote:
It's odd, maybe some of the lights were reflecting onto the transparent panels. maybe something embedded in there to reinforce them... Just guessing. only seen something like that when shooting through a mesh.
Nov 13, 2017 19:38:48   #
mcveed (a regular here)
 
Did you have any filters on the lens?
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