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@TrabimanUK, candyman: Sure can - but this is gonna be a longer post. I also have to check on how I did it exactly on these shots that I posted.Sure more people are interested. Thanks for your effort
I could probably create a new topic on how to configure the 5D3 for really fast action in a couple of days if some more people are interested.
Cervantes, could you please spill the beans on how one can configure the autofocus to get shots like this?
Ok, here are some of mine. All taken with the 5D3 + 500L II
Really like the first two
My first post here.
It has been a while! Here's my vision on an old paper factory.
The rest of the pictures are available on my site: http://maximlinssen.com/paper-factory-2/
Cool industrial photos, and tasteful HDR
Of course, I also think a 135mm f/2.8 IS would be dead in the water as well. Who would buy it? It'd have to be priced under the 135L, and less than an 85 and 100 IS lens to even gain traction.
This is an easy one
Personally, I think the 135L f/2 will also be discontinued, and replaced with a 135L f/2 IS for double the price; 135mm is long enough where you really see some large benefits w/ IS.
As a result of that, this 135 f/2.8 IS lens will then be the only 135mm prime choice in the $500-$1000 range.
I had a very quick play with a recent jpeg to see if I could get a similar effect. I'm not sure she hasn't played with the white balance between subject and background in some of them. That's what I have done with this picture, as well as the manipulations mentioned above. I've attached the original from camera for comparison. In this case the lens has already done a pretty thorough job of isolating the subject.
Great pictures with a real 'signature' feel. Those who worked with film know that there was as much post processing done then as there ever is with digital !
Thanks for the link Eldar.
Nice image but in my opinion it's not all that successful because the girl's face is hidden rather needlessly. I know you probably think that's the point of the image, but it kind of falls flat because of that. No doubt most of you will disagree with me, but there it is.
Here's one I took last year at a time trial. Canon 60d and Sigma 150-500
A new form of animal greeting perhaps?
Let's see the images first.+1
Are we not tired of discussing 7DII over the last full year again and again?
Nice firmware update. Now I hope we, Canon 5D3 owners get a minimum shutter speed update for Auto ISO in the next firmware release... (plus Exp compensation...)