Kavaliano - cute Minnie and great textures and tones in your mono Uwe. Here a couple more Canon images past and recent both...
This camera are little digital and so thin. You just put in your pocket. I went to phenomenal places, but it was impossible to record them. Now with canon I can, and I download everything.
Aravind - welcome and what a gorgeous mono landscape of a classic scene, well shot and presented.
Here's another new release today, though the image was taken on my Galapagos trip last year. 1D4 with the 70-200 IS II.
Here are a couple. From my trip to Iceland. 5DMKII. Variety of lenses - 24-105, 70-300 L, 24 TS/E, Zeiss 21mm, Zeiss 85mm
I made this image on my trip to the Bristlecone Pine forests in California a couple of weeks ago. 5D2, 24 TS-E II.
Here are a few images from the last couple of weeks.
This was shot with the Nikon 14-24 adapted to EOS and 1Ds MK III.
I photographed Sean, who is a friend of mine. The camera was a 5D Mark ii with a 16 ~ 35mm Canon lens at about 28mm.
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Very nice Douglas.
Time for an update......
I bought a 7D a couple days ago (couldn't resist the $100 rebate on the body and the $400 rebate on a Pixma Pro9000 MkII printer).
So far, I'm very happy with the 7D. Nice to have the extra resolution.
This image was taken with the 85mm f1.8 lens.
One more from today.....
7D and 85mm f1.8 lens
I spent the better part of yesterday behind the camera, which means I've spent
the better part of today in front of the computer. I'm at the point I'm not sure what I like anymore. I need to look at something other than pixels for a while.
But before I go, I need some opinions, Better A or better B?
A few more from yesterday.
If it were my image, I'd render it with very muted color... like a very old, faded color print. And I'd probably add some texture and gnarly edges. But hat's just my vision for that image... what's your vision tell you?
"Be kind, everyone you encounter is fighting battles you have no awareness of."
This is my first picture here.
Canon 5D Mark II with 14mm f/2.8
ISO 800, Exposure 108 sec, f/2.8
Mount Evans, Idaho Springs, CO
A lot of great shots here, thanks for sharing!
"Perfection is not attainable. But if we chase perfection, we can catch excellence."
One more with the 7D....and 50mm f2.5 macro lens.
Ship Creek at high tide with the Port of Anchorage in the background. Autumn, late afternoon light.
>A small collection of the only semi-usable shots from Båtsfjord, Finnmark, Norway (70.5 degrees north), wherein I spent the weekend with fiancee and kid.
These are shot around a small fishing community in this village, but countering the trend of other such small places in Northern Norway, this is on the rise, both regarding population and economy.
Driving into Hamna, another abandoned village. Practically no roads beyond this point, but if you look closely, you´ll see a house and a dock on the other side of the fjord. People lived there until the 70s. Tough, hard people indeed..
Sun is setting, same road
More abandoned (creative with the titles, I know)
Outside the livingroom window in Båtsfjord
There are one or two of these I´ll consider hanging on the wall in a largeish format, but what do you guys think? All shot on a 1D mkII/24 f/1.4 combo.
I like those images very much Arild....I get a very strong sense of the place from these shots. Nicely done.
I'm still testing the 7D I purchased a few weeks ago. Here are a couple taken today, when I was out for a walk during a lunch break. One thing I'm finding is that the JPG images really don't look very impressive, so I'm having to work everything up from the Raw files. In the past, with my D60, 20D, 40D, 5D and 1D Mark II the JPG files seemed to be good enough that I would only work an image up from the Raw file if I wanted to print it. Not sure what's going on here with the 7D....may need to play around with the settings.
Both shot with the 7D and EOS 50mm f2.5 macro.
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First one is very lovely, Gary. Russian orthodox church? It´s funny, though, how those two photographs belong together, shape wise.
The dome is on the St. Nicholas of Myra Byzantine Catholic Church here in Anchorage, Alaska. Interesting history here.....
Big Sur, CA
Canon 5D Mark II
16-35mm f/2.8 L II USM at 22mm
Lee 10-stop ND with 0.6 GND
30 sec, f/11
LSL: In one word, "wow". That´s a beautiful photo on so many levels, and that´s an area I´d really love to visit one day.
Thank you Arild for your kind words! We just had a 2-week road trip in CA last summer. Those areas (Big Sur, Yosemite and etc) are just unbelievable.
I love your 2nd and 4th pictures!
Gary.. The picture of the car and branch is great.
Canon 5D Mark II
ISO 1600; Exposure 30 sec; f/2.8
All smiles from this young lady at the Occupy Anchorage gathering in Town Square Park today....despite the cold, grey weather.
Shot with my 5D and 24-70 f2.8L lens. Looking at the photos this evening...I'm still impressed with the quality of images from this camera.
Rocky Mountain National Park, CO
Canon 5D Mark II
Canon 15 mm f/2.8
ISO 800, f/2.8, 5 minutes exposure.
Quite a storm here yesterday. This is from the series "32 views of Mt. Sinai".
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Canon 1DMKIV with the MPE-65mm lens and MT-24EX flash. At 3-4x life size.
This was taken late yesterday afternoon - Petersham meadow . Canon 5d mkII +Sigma 50mm.
Yosemite Valley, CA
5D Mark II with 70-200mm f/2.8 IS II USM
Thanks for viewing.
..Minor Fatra Slovakia..5D MII,Contax Vario Sonar 35-70/3,4..
lovely image ^^, I presume from Mala Fatra again
yes it Mala Fatra..