Canon EF 135mm f/2L USM

AE-1Burnham

EOS T7i
May 22, 2013
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Bergen, Norge
A couple of springtime shots (macro-like) around a rock face in Bergen, Norway.
- Natural light (had flashes with me but the light was nice)
- Hand held (next round will be with tripod)
- 1DsIII with 135 F2 (mostly near MFD and between 2.0 and 3.5)
- Web photos at ca. half-res















 

axtstern

EOS M(ediochre)
Jun 12, 2012
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I love my 135

Camera was on single shot, non servo, only space for 2 pictures left, speed was set to only 250 so not tack sharp but still....

Oh and the blue frame on the white bricks is a blue stage light...

The one lens that never fails me
 

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Sporgon

5% of gear used 95% of the time
Different use for the 135L: a four frame portrait stitch of Cnicht in North Wales, using a 5DII and Manfrotto Befree - a great little ultra light tripod that I was highly skeptical of at first.

f/8, 1/100 ISO 100. The original size has an amazing amount of resolution.
 

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J.R.

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Jan 13, 2013
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Sporgon said:
Different use for the 135L: a four frame portrait stitch of Cnicht in North Wales, using a 5DII and Manfrotto Befree - a great little ultra light tripod that I was highly skeptical of at first.

f/8, 1/100 ISO 100. The original size has an amazing amount of resolution.
Taken with the camera on a tripod? :eek:

OMG! OMG!

Beautiful shot though. :)
 

Sporgon

5% of gear used 95% of the time
J.R. said:
Sporgon said:
Different use for the 135L: a four frame portrait stitch of Cnicht in North Wales, using a 5DII and Manfrotto Befree - a great little ultra light tripod that I was highly skeptical of at first.

f/8, 1/100 ISO 100. The original size has an amazing amount of resolution.
Taken with the camera on a tripod? :eek:

OMG! OMG!

Beautiful shot though. :)
;D ;D. J.R. you got me there ! In my defence this one isn't on my website !

Thanks for the positive comment.
 

Pookie

Don't forget to gargle private...
Nov 29, 2014
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Santa Cruz, California
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Sporgon said:
Different use for the 135L: a four frame portrait stitch of Cnicht in North Wales, using a 5DII and Manfrotto Befree - a great little ultra light tripod that I was highly skeptical of at first.

f/8, 1/100 ISO 100. The original size has an amazing amount of resolution.
Nice catch... I really like the pinks tones int he sky against the green.

I'll add another since I was out yesterday shooting.

5D3 + 135L with Elinchrom Quadra + 1.5m Octabox.