Your photos on the previous page are great. Make me want to go out taking photos
I don't care what gear I have.
Things I sell: http://www.shutterstock.com/sets/413...html?rid=61105
Comyn, Texas Wildfire (20D, 200/2.8L)
Spent a few days exploring Cape Cod last week and enjoying the fine late September weather. Here are a few images taken with the 5D2 and 24-105L.
Sample taken at the Marconi overlook site.
Took my old IR converted Canon 350D out of the closet for a walk. Sensor is really getting grungy and I think there is fungus growing between the IR filter and the sensor (see black gunk bottom center in first image). Need to get sensor cleaned up so I have less spotting work to do in PS. The sensor does resolve fine detail much better with the AA filter pack removed. All of these with the EF 50mm f/1.4 at f/8, hand held.
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I got back from a work meeting in Nova Scotia. I had some free time. I brought my Canon 5DII and 24-105, 24mm TSEII,70-200/4L IS, Gitzo tripod. I wanted to get all my work, clothes, and camera gear as carryon so that is all I could bring. Remember the photography was my secondary goal. The different boat shots were taken near the Peggys Cove, Blue Rock areas. The cathedral was in Lundenberg. I made it as far as Sheet Harbor one day and Lundenberg the other free time I had. Beautiful area. I think the foliage will be better in a week or two.
Very nice series! I especially like #4.
Thanks Jack.. I think 4 is my favorite as well...
Shot 1Ds MKIII + 35mm f/1.4 L
Canon 10D + Helios 55mm f/2.0 M42
1DsIII, 3,4/180 Apo-Telyt and 3,5/180L Macro Canon.
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Really like the bark image, Arne.
10D + Pentor 35mm f/2.8
Canon 5D2 + 17-40 f/4L + ND filter. Upper Buttermilk Creek gorge Ithaca, NY.
Nice composition, perfect drag on the shutter too!
Thanks Jack. Live view on the 5D2 is very nice for composing shots like this on a tripod.
MG Boat Tail Special:
5D and Contax Vario Sonnar 28-70 1/250th, F5.6, ISO640 panned
and on the run into that shot
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new 5d mark II image...
Hi Rayman -- I don't see any image ???
sorry, forgot the image...
Glenn & Robbie
Canon 1DsIII with the 24/70 strobe as the main light, ambient fill.
Canon 35-350mm, XT
The first shot with 24-105L and the rest all with 135L, all on 1DsIII
All 1DsIII + 24-70L
1DsIII + 24-70L
1DsIII + 70-200 f2.8IS
1DsIII + 24-70L
1DsIII + 24-105L
1DsIII + 24-70L
Lower East side, NYC. Waiting for the client and voila!
1DsIII from 12/2007
135mm wide open.
Truly the first digital camera to impressed me.
I had a request for a large print from an older image of mine, one taken with the Canon 1Ds mk 1. It had been a few years since I had last processed it, so I decided to work it up with the newest version of C1. What a difference a few years of raw converter upgrades can make! Detail is impressive and u allowed me to easily uprez for a print at 24 inches that looks great. Basic work on this was done in C1/5, then some localized edits in CS. Have to say once again I am very impressed with C1.
5dII - 85/1.8
I am not a painter, nor an artist. Therefore I can see straight, and that may be my undoing. - Alfred Stieglitz
I am still using my uprez method of old: Uprez to 20% larger than target via bicubic smoother, then downrez to target via bicubic sharper... I find that as long as the original conversion is optimal, then my method works as well or better than GF.
My point with this older image was that C1/5 pulled more detail of the original than whatever I last used -- which could have been C1 3.8 or LR/ACR, I don't recall. C1/5 also rendered superior color to my eyes, but that could just be me getting better at it
The more I shoot with the 50/1.2L, the quicker it is becoming my favorite lens for Canon. This one's at 1.6 of my dog in very dim light...
1Ds MarkIII + 24-70L
Nice shot. Looks very film like.
Lighthouse and Pelicans is amazing. No Photoshop?
7D and 70-200 f/4 IS:
Fishing off Brightlingsea . Canon 5d + 24-70 .
after nearly 2 years of Olympus I have stepped over to the dark side and gone full frame... still waiting for the adaptors for Nikon and OM so I am stuck with a Canon 35/2 and a 85/1.8.... particularly impressed with the 35/2
Congratulations with your new camera, Kevin. And the portrait of Eric is just fantastic.
I think a Canon 5D is becoming a much more interesting option for me. I have already seen prices go to 800 Euro.