Great shot. Beautiful sky.Thank you Click!
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Here's one of mine of Hardraw Beck in the Yorkshire Dales. All you CR guys who can't / won't shoot at anything other than wide open have got me thinking about shallow dof landscapes !First L for me was my 100-400L. Fell in love with it and signed up almost immediately for my next; 70-200 f/2.8L IS II. Still have those first two, the others seem to keep coming and keep going from my modest corral..
@Ken, have you been on the wacky backy again ? This is the 'Best Landscape' thread !
@Ken, have you been on the wacky backy again ? This is the 'Best Landscape' thread !Man, I have no idea how that happened!! That's funny!
Really exciting at this point anything is a bonus! I will be glad to see Canon innovating again!+1 I'm having a good feeling that Canon won't let us down with the 7D MkII!
Not so quickly!! It actually states it as being more than "EVOLUTIONARY" not "Revolutionary"... Therefore it's quite possibly more than an evolutionary advancement but not revolutionary. Or for that matter it could be more than evolutionary and quite revolutionary as well...Does anyone have an example of what Canon call revolutionary?Yes. "Canon has unveiled its most advanced PowerShot compact camera ever – the revolutionary 14.3 Megapixel PowerShot G1 X..." (link)
I rest my case
Thank you Click! I thought the shades of green were very interesting as well. I caught this one totally unprepared, as I walked outside to look for some birds, my lens cap slipped from my pocket and as I turned to pick it up, I saw this Green Dragonfly land in a patch of thick grass right by my feet! I just stayed my ground and took a couple snaps before he flew off! I won a local contest with this one and it was also featured in an annual Calendar that one of our local banks produces each year.This was the very first image I took, the day my brand new 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II lens arrived, back in 2011! Needless to say, I kept the lens!
7D & 70-200mm f/2.8 II
I really like those shades of green.
These birds are rescues
The eagle was found shot and is now blind in one eye
Not sure of the owl's story
The handler was just wrapping up some sort of presentation in one of the wings of the Banff Springs Hotel and let me take a few hurried photos
For some reason when I look at these photos they seem sad
Very nice shot Krob!Thanks so much Eldar! This little guy of yours reminds me of our Sand Hill Cranes!
Here´s a spanculating Japanese Crane.
1DX, 200-400 f4L 1.4x @560mm
1/800s, f7.1, ISO250
Here my first post: shot with a 60D and a 70-200 2.8 ISVery interesting bird Bombad! I've never seen one before. Welcome to the Forum!
Shot in Colcha Canyon in Peru in 2012.