Does this count? I did a photoshoot of my little one's Lego indulgence.
Yes, very nice!
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Juvenile Red-tailed Hawk.
5Diii, 400 DO, ISO 400, "M" setting, f6.3 @ 1/1600
Thanks for the information!
I use v9 with Viewpoint 2 and filmpack 4
I guess I will stick with those... for the moment.
A shot from our California trip this summer.Very nice photo with a beautiful sky
Sometimes, the best opportunities present themselves close to home and you pull over while driving
BlueJays by NAVBPhotos, on Flickr
Have the 200-400 on loan this week and was sitting on my back porch watching the bluejays eat my deer's corn....
Wasn't really paying attention to settings as much as enjoying a coffee/scenery so a little noisy (ISO 5000)
Couple of sunset shots from my end
Beautiful shots. I really like the firs one.
Yes if I can get my other jobs out of the way I will post a couple of comparison shots from the 7Dmk2 & 5Dmk3. First I am heading down to the river for some action shots.
A photo of my 7DmkIIApplause!
What are the first settings you plan to change? I turned the "beep" off first then set it to shoot only RAW.
My first photo was of a white orchid against a cream background indoors. All settings were on auto, ISO came out at 6400, F5.6 1/400, while it is a shot my 5Dmk3 could take with acceptable noise the 7Dmk2 could not cut it. However this is not my camera for low light I just wanted to see how it coped.
Using a Komputer Bay CF 128GB 1066x UDMA7 card I shot 28 RAW pictures before the buffer hiccuped. The battery is now flat but I have a second charging, when that is done I will head out to take some action shots.
Some wonderful shots here, here is one that I'm very proud of.
I had just started my walk around Hawley Meadows (Farnborough, Hants) when I saw a large shadow go in front of me on the ground. I look up and see this Red Kite circling me, quite low. I put my finger on the shutter and just kept taking pictures, hoping that at least one would come out OK, and to my surprise I got this very good result
Canon 40d with Canon 70-200 2.8 L (non-IS) and Sigma 2x converter
Here is one attempt to combine sunset and fall colors...Cool!
The sun's light show over the Cuyamaca's this last Sunday evening.