Wait, so someone who sent in a 5DII got a 1D mkIV back?
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I don't usually post pictures, but when I do, they are of squirrels. Here's one solution to busy backgrounds: 500mm+1.4x. I think I went overboard with clarity on this one but it is what it is...
(Info: Cropped to 5x4 + rotated, 7D, f7.1, 1/160, ISO800, hand-held)
Here is a tip for my fisheye friends.
what i did was find a good rubber band and then taped the cap and rubber band together. so when i want the cap on i stretch the rubber band and lock it on so it doesn't fall off.
EF 15 f2.8 = small... Great for night and stars
EF 8-15 f4 L = fun fun fun fun lens
EF 24 L f1.4 = wonderful in low light, group of people, parties, etc
TS-E 24 L II = amazing for architecture and landsacape.
TS-E 45 = love it for time lapse and architecture.
TS-E 90 = wonderful for product photography and macro.
EF 85 L 1.2 II = amazing for portraits
EF 50 L 1.2 = a wonderful normal lens. Always with me.
EF 16-35 L 2.8 II = versatile wide zoom, great quality. Use it a lot for landscape HDR
EF 100 Macro IS f2.8 = a very good macro, very fast focusing and not only for macro.
EF 180 f3.5 Macro. = the one I always use for my waterdrops macro shots
MP-E 65 f2.8 = best macro lens for insects. Period.
EF 70-200 f2.8 L IS II = everything. From semi macro to walk around lens
EF 24-105 F 4 = not sure why I have not sold it yet.. Came with the 5D MKII. It's good... But not use it that much
Sigma 120-300 f2.8 and tons of extra letter I never remember = birds with a 1.2 and 2 x extender.
Something else but I can remember what.