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Canon autumn photography


One better not mess with them Wood pijuns.

I am afraid my 1DX has too much damn "reach", so even my 600mm lens is often way too long. Gotta swich gears to shorter lenses such as 400 and 500mm primes whenever I am using 1DX.

Hoodlums appear in our parts every fall. Some of them overwinter on lake Ontario, some move further south, I guess depending on the lake ice spread and fishing.

Handheld 1DX + 600 II, ISO 3200, NRd using the "Neat image".



Oct 10, 2012 at 12:12 AM
PetKal
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Canon autumn photography


One better not mess with them Wood pijuns.

I am afraid my 1DX has too much damn "reach", so even my 600mm lens is often way too long. Gotta swich gears to shorter lenses such as 400 and 500mm primes whenever I am using 1DX.

Hoodlums appear in our parts every fall. Some of them overwinter on lake Ontario, some move further south, I guess depending on the lake ice spread and fishing.

Handheld 1DX + 600 II, ISO 3200, NRd using the "Neat image".



Oct 09, 2012 at 11:35 PM
PetKal
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Canon autumn photography


One better not mess with them Wood pijuns.

I am afraid my 1DX has too much damn "reach", so even my 600mm lens is often way too long. Gotta swich gears to shorter lenses such as 400 and 500mm primes whenever I am using 1DX.

Hoodlums appear in our parts every fall. Some of them overwinter on lake Ontario, some move further south, I guess depending on the lake ice spread and fishing.

Handheld 1DX + 600 II, ISO 3200, NRd using the "Neat image".



Oct 09, 2012 at 10:49 PM



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