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-EsHrA-
04-04-2007, 06:27 AM
hi fellow lw buddies,

i have to match a building i made on a photo i got from a photographer including EXIF data.

my problem is that i dont know what data i should enter in the what lw camera boxes to get a correct match. (currently using lw9)

here's the EXIF data :

Camera Manufacturer : Canon
Camera Model : Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II
Orientation : top-left (1)
X Resolution : 300/1
Y Resolution : 300/1
Resolution unit : Inch


[Image]
Exposure time [s] : 1/320
F-Number : 8.0
Exposure program : Aperture priority (3)
ISO speed ratings : 200
EXIF version : 02.21
Shutter speed [s] : 1/320
Aperture : F8.0
Exposure bias value : 0
Max aperture : F2.8
Metering mode : Multi-segment (5)
Flash : No flash
Focal length [mm] : 24.
Colour space : Uncalibrated
EXIF image width : 6031
EXIF image length : 3530
Focal plane X-Resolution : 250400/71
Focal plane Y-Resolution : 666800/189
Focal plane res. unit : Inch (2)
Custom rendered : Normal process (0)
Exposure mode : Auto (0)
White balance : Auto (0)
Scene capture type : Standard (0)

[Thumbnail]
Compression : 6
X Resolution : 72
Y Resolution : 72
Resolution unit : Inch
Thumbnail offset : 938
Thumbnail length : 4926


some help would be appreciated ! :)


cheers,

mlon

BeeVee
04-04-2007, 06:47 AM
You should try the open beta of 9.2...

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-EsHrA-
04-04-2007, 07:25 AM
but i wont for now...

that said, how would 9.2 help me with matching?
other than i can select my canon lens.


mlon

-EsHrA-
04-04-2007, 07:52 AM
so, any help with the math and settings? ...

was appeture height in lw zoom factor??...


mlon

ingo
04-04-2007, 09:45 AM
Well obviously the focal length in the focal length field (or if its a digicam the equivalent focal length compared to a 35mm slr camera) and under aperture height the type of the camera, for example 135 for a normal 35mm slr camera.

ColinSmith
04-04-2007, 10:24 AM
Be aware that the 1Ds does not have a full frame sensor, so you will need to allow for that when matching the focal length / aperture height....
The crop factor on that body is called "1.3" but I seem to remember it is not that exactly..... 1.25 I think......

wavk
04-04-2007, 10:42 AM
its obvious a digicam, so...uhm... yeh..
uhm... how do i find the equivalent focal lenght compared to a 35 mm slr ingo? ...

im now even somewhat more confused.


mlon

ColinSmith
04-05-2007, 03:16 AM
Ah, it's a confusing subject....90% of the camera guys are still confused about it as well.

The focal length of your lens is 24mm.
Is it always 24mm, whatever camera it is mounted on, the lens does not change.

But.

On a 1ds, the sensor is smaller than a 35mm frame, so the image you get is actually like a cropped view of that 35mm frame shot with a 24mm lens.
That gives you a shot with the same field of view as a 1.25x24mm = 30mm lens would give you if you used that on a film camera.

Now.... setting the LW lens to 30mm and the format to 35mm stills film might work out near enough, but to be 100% right, and have properly matching DoF etc you might be better keeping the lens at 24mm and finding out the proper sensor size for the camera.

Not got this far with 9.2 yet, so I'm not sure which presets it has for "strange" dslr formats.

-EsHrA-
04-05-2007, 10:40 AM
thnx guys, i got it working good enough.


cheers,

mlon