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PostPosted: Sun Dec 17, 2017 5:26 pm 
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I moved in a little tighter last night for this shot . I like it but you get a lot of out of frame pic's . This pic is UN eddied just as it came off my 70 D
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Hey, nice shot! Where's your sensor at? Is it on the log aiming across it? Maybe if you moved your sensor to a different location it'd help eliminate some of the out of frame shots.

I don't have a lot of experience (I'm still working on finishing my own dslr camera trap build), but one thing I did was put a small piece of PVC over me sensor's eye. I made different lengths of PVC pipes. The longer they were, the narrower the angle of space my PIR sensor would sense. This would help narrow it's detecting range and make it easier to properly frame the subject. I know without it the range of space it can detect is very wide, so it's hard to frame your subject well.

Again, I'm don't have a lot of experience out in the field yet, but I worked rather well when testing it in my backyard. :)


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Hey, nice shot! Where's your sensor at? Is it on the log aiming across it? Maybe if you moved your sensor to a different location it'd help eliminate some of the out of frame shots.

I don't have a lot of experience (I'm still working on finishing my own dslr camera trap build), but one thing I did was put a small piece of PVC over me sensor's eye. I made different lengths of PVC pipes. The longer they were, the narrower the angle of space my PIR sensor would sense. This would help narrow it's detecting range and make it easier to properly frame the subject. I know without it the range of space it can detect is very wide, so it's hard to frame your subject well.

Again, I'm don't have a lot of experience out in the field yet, but I worked rather well when testing it in my backyard. :)

The problem with a very narrow censer is the target walking out of the frame before the flash can charge & fire 4 sec. min on my Cannon flashes .


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Looking good!


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Looks good indeed.


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Great detail and lighting.

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Handsome portrait!


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