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    Professional,
    Your photos on the previous page are great. Make me want to go out taking photos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Professional,
    Your photos on the previous page are great. Make me want to go out taking photos
    Thanks!

    Then do it, go out and take photos.

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    Comyn, Texas Wildfire (20D, 200/2.8L)


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    5DmkII + EF 100 2.8 IS




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    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.
    http://www.schophoto.com/gallery/list.php?exhibition=24

    Sample taken at the Marconi overlook site.


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    5d2, 17-40

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    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jph View Post
    5d2, 17-40
    Very nice!
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    Mark,

    Very nice series! I especially like #4.
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    Thanks Jack.. I think 4 is my favorite as well...

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    Shot 1Ds MKIII + 35mm f/1.4 L

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    Canon 10D + Helios 55mm f/2.0 M42





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    1DsIII, 3,4/180 Apo-Telyt and 3,5/180L Macro Canon.
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    Really like the bark image, Arne.

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    Canon 5D2 + 17-40 f/4L + ND filter. Upper Buttermilk Creek gorge Ithaca, NY.


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    Nice composition, perfect drag on the shutter too!
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    Thanks Jack. Live view on the 5D2 is very nice for composing shots like this on a tripod.

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    MG Boat Tail Special:
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    and on the run into that shot
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    new 5d mark II image...

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    Hi Rayman -- I don't see any image ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Hi Rayman -- I don't see any image ???
    i was thinking that was the whole idea

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    sorry, forgot the image...

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    Canon 1DsIII with the 24/70 strobe as the main light, ambient fill.

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    Canon 35-350mm, XT

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    The first shot with 24-105L and the rest all with 135L, all on 1DsIII












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    All 1DsIII + 24-70L

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    1DsIII + 24-70L


    1DsIII + 70-200 f2.8IS


    1DsIII + 24-70L

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    1DsIII + 24-105L


    1DsIII + 24-70L

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    Lower East side, NYC. Waiting for the client and voila!


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    1DsIII from 12/2007
    135mm wide open.
    Truly the first digital camera to impressed me.

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    5DII, 24-105


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    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.

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    10D 35-350mm

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    Rocks...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    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.

    What are you using to uprez these days Jack? Your uprez method of old or something else?
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    What are you using to uprez these days Jack? Your uprez method of old or something else?
    Hi Ben,

    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

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    Thought I'd share this from Yosemite taken with a G10
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    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...


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    1Ds MarkIII + 24-70L

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    Nice shot. Looks very film like.

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    Lighthouse and Pelicans is amazing. No Photoshop?

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    7D and 70-200 f/4 IS:

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    South Rim, Grand Canyon 1DsIII 24-70 lens
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    Fishing off Brightlingsea . Canon 5d + 24-70 .

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    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

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    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.

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