« on: July 11, 2014, 04:36:36 PM »
Mine is covered as part of my personal property insurance within my renters' policy. I definitely suggest calling around.
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Rebel xTi and EF 70-200 2.8 IS III like the colors and I like what (I believe) you are trying to do. But to give you some feedback, I believe there is a bit too much pine in the left and bottom part of the image. I would crop it enough to have the chest of the bird in focus in upper right rule-of-thirds cross point. The you would get attention to the birds, but you would still get the depth and the proper surroundings for the two birds. If you had managed to get the focus point just a little further away from you, you would have had the other bird in focus as well.
Constructive comments and critique always appreciated so I can continue to improve
My Lens is scheduled to be delivered today eagerly waitingOh yes, the joy of 'soon to arrive' new lens, always exciting.
Wow, some great pics in this thread, here's one of mine. Shot with the 50mm f/1.2L
just a matter of time....
And particularly with the touchscreen interface, it really should not matter where the touchscreen is... on the back of a camera, a phone, or a tablet with a large enough screen to see decent images from liveview. The screen on a DSLR body will NEVER be as good as an iPad or similar screen.
I had asked a while ago for advice on photographing Chickadees. I got lots of useful advice on setting up blinds, use of long lenses, remote triggers, etc. It turns out that what I needed was a pocket full of sunflower seeds.
Taken with a 60D, 100L macro lens, ISO320....while using the camera one handed This is the full picture, no cropping.
I dont know what kind of photography you do,
but it seems you're missing an all around general lens - 24-70L II f2.8 (highly recommend)
and fisheye 8-15L f4, not recommended for everyone, but it's one coolest lens in my kit
If you are in North America this is a Turkey Vulture. If you are not in North America it's still a vulture.Jan, that 2nd shot is awesome!
can anyone ID this?