Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM

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Sporgon said:
The Keep of Scarborough Castle, northern England, shot from the barbican; that is a fortified, narrow entrance where should invaders manage to get through the gate way they would be herded into a highly vulnerable position before reaching the castle. A three frame pano stitch, so the sensor size for this picture is actually slightly larger than that of an S2 or Pentax 645.

5DII + 24-105L @ 35mm, f11, 1/40 and ISO 100.
I really like this shot. Nicely done Sporgon.
 

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Re: Canon EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM

skullyspice said:
rpt said:
skullyspice said:
one of my favorite lenses.

55mm f/4, iso 2500, 1/50
You CANNOT do this! :mad: I don't care about the 2500 ISO! I just drooled a ton! You owe me!

:)

Lovely picture.
Thanks!
Bouchon in Napa, one of the best breakfasts I ever had, along with several glasses of the house red. Every time I look at this picture I want to go back.

;D Well done that man! ;D
 

Sporgon

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Click said:
Sporgon said:
The Keep of Scarborough Castle, northern England, shot from the barbican; that is a fortified, narrow entrance where should invaders manage to get through the gate way they would be herded into a highly vulnerable position before reaching the castle. A three frame pano stitch, so the sensor size for this picture is actually slightly larger than that of an S2 or Pentax 645.

5DII + 24-105L @ 35mm, f11, 1/40 and ISO 100.
I really like this shot. Nicely done Sporgon.
Thanks Click ! I am pleased with this one.
 

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Sporgon said:
The Keep of Scarborough Castle, northern England, shot from the barbican; that is a fortified, narrow entrance where should invaders manage to get through the gate way they would be herded into a highly vulnerable position before reaching the castle. A three frame pano stitch, so the sensor size for this picture is actually slightly larger than that of an S2 or Pentax 645.

5DII + 24-105L @ 35mm, f11, 1/40 and ISO 100.
Far better to look at, than being caught in this entrance. The Viking in me can almost feel the molten led being poured down my neck if I stay for too long around this place.
 

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Its pretty close to Las Olas. Just a bit south in the Hallandale / Aventura area
 

dlleno

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nice work sporgon! Given the choice, I would have used my 16-35mm f/4, for the sunset but in this case I was driving and had just a few seconds window of opportunity to stop, grab the camera and run. This shot was taken at about 35mm. The 24-105 was attached to the 5D3 and I didn't have time to change lenses, much less set up the tripod So I settled for a 5-frame HDR. One of the problems inherent to the 24-105 is flare, and for that reason this is the only sunset I have attempted with it. Thank goodness for IS and great ghosting and alignment software! This one used only Lightroom and the Nik plugin.
 

Sporgon

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dlleno said:
nice work sporgon! Given the choice, I would have used my 16-35mm f/4, for the sunset but in this case I was driving and had just a few seconds window of opportunity to stop, grab the camera and run. This shot was taken at about 35mm. The 24-105 was attached to the 5D3 and I didn't have time to change lenses, much less set up the tripod So I settled for a 5-frame HDR. One of the problems inherent to the 24-105 is flare, and for that reason this is the only sunset I have attempted with it. Thank goodness for IS and great ghosting and alignment software! This one used only Lightroom and the Nik plugin.
That's quite a dramatic image ! Would go down well on a site like 500px. I like what you have done with it. I have always found my copies of the 24-105L to be pretty good at 35mm, but that 16-35 f4 L seems quite remarkable. Trouble is when I shoot wide I am normally stitching longer lenses, so I can't quite justify it............