Bridge in a Forest
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Marc Adamus (although, I think he may have moved to a D800 as well...and his work tends to be a bit overly saturated for my tastes.)
Finally, let's for once all be honest about something. There isn't a nickel's worth of difference between Nikon and Canon anyway.
Spider Monkey - shot earlier today.
EF400+1.4x III, f4, ISO250, 1/1000.
I sometimes also shoot landscapes or animals.
Think about it this way. You'd be paying thousands more in order to take pictures where less and less stuff is in focus. Yes, I know that it is a fantastically sharp lens , but let's not kid ourselves about to the real reason most people lust after the lens. Super thin DOF/background separation.
300 f/2.8L IS II is awesome. Sharpest lens in Canon's line-up and killer bokeh.
Any extender on the 200mm f/2L IS and it falls to pieces.
I've had every 70-200 Canon makes and had the 70-200 mk2 when I bought the 200, sold the 70-200 after a week when I promised myself I would keep it six months to be sure, but I have never looked back. There is NO lens like the 200 f2. It's simply insane in every aspect.
I bought mine used, it was hardly touched and only 13 months old and I saved 3238 dollars compared to buying it brand new. so it was actually only 2,5 times more than the 70-200 I already had..
The one lens I will NEVER sell..
Hmmm, sounds like a trip to Svalbard would be more economic
Look forward to seeing some of your pictures from Japan.
Enjoy your trip. Japan is something different, no matter what you compare it to. I wish I had the opportunity to do the same.
Stunning eml58 - Can't wait to see your photos from Japan