Canon autumn photography
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PetKal
Registered: Sep 06, 2007
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Great looking flower, Ed......that lens is some work of art, eh ?



StillFingerz
Registered: Jul 29, 2010
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Country: United States

That image looks like an oil on canvas painting...amazing glass the 200 1.8...beautiful flower, capture
And, yes, it counts!



G. Merritt
Registered: Dec 13, 2006
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eskimochaos
Registered: Jun 16, 2011
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StillFingerz wrote:
WoW Will

What a great cityscape, did you use your 24-70 for that...postcard/poster, mural material there...way cool!


Thanks! I actually used my 70-200 IS II and this is a stitch of nearly 20 images. The resolution of it is nuts.


Aqua Glow by wfarrell4, on Flickr

That's a more finished product.



StillFingerz
Registered: Jul 29, 2010
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Will, I'll reiterate WoW!

20 stitched images, resolution is stunning, that's something I've never tried. Were some of your previous cityscape posts; the ones with the water running through them, also stitched? Your images are so crisp I thought perhaps they are HDR as well.

I just picked up CS6 but have not had time to review/use it yet. Any suggested readings on stitching and/or other software. I've a hunger for learning, trying new technique

Jerry



onegreatcity
Registered: Feb 07, 2010
Total Posts: 1285
Country: Canada

I with Jerry, that's pretty awesome Will. Am I seeing a slightly curved roofline on the shorter building in the centre? Has a (very slightly) concave look in the middle but perhaps this is an architectural feature. Very cool shot!
-Cam



eskimochaos
Registered: Jun 16, 2011
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Thanks to both of you. This was not an HDR picture. Just handheld. The river ones are single exposures as well.

That concave roof line is a building feature - I assume to contrast with the upper most portion of the building.

Here is a 100% crop w/o any sharpening applied to get a feel of the resolution.




eskimochaos
Registered: Jun 16, 2011
Total Posts: 854
Country: United States

The auto stitch feature of CS6 does a pretty good job. I then transformed the pictures - typically the distort/skew command and pull the corners. It does a fantastic job.

Like when I had to stitch these together:


A Cool Blue View by wfarrell4, on Flickr


Midtown Glow by wfarrell4, on Flickr



Tenn.Jer
Registered: Mar 08, 2011
Total Posts: 1417
Country: United States

Will, I'm glad to see your views of your new town; you're making Chicago look as good as you did NYC...

Here's a "waterscape" with a 24-105L and polarizer, and a fireside family scene made with a 70-200 f/2.8 II...

I've used the in camera HDR feature of the 5DIII a few times; I find it...interesting, but I'd rather do it myself with software. I'm finding that the resulting HDR jpeg is not much different from the middle exposure of the three, at least using the "Natural" setting. Maybe I'm not setting enough stops' difference between frames, so I'll keep trying...any thoughts out there? BTW, the waterfall is not an HDR, it's just the middle of three brackets processed in LR4.



StillFingerz
Registered: Jul 29, 2010
Total Posts: 3285
Country: United States

Those are beautiful, Manhattan yes, across from the East and then Hudson River? Or is it reversed

My lady is from RI and due to job requirements has a few times been out your way to move their satellite offices; network gear/servers. One day I'll get back there...

Really love the sweeping panos, blues are a fave color



AaronNegro
Registered: Apr 08, 2008
Total Posts: 1334
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5DIII+135L Random pond these days.




John_T
Registered: Nov 07, 2003
Total Posts: 2843
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Prime Autumn wandering



John_T
Registered: Nov 07, 2003
Total Posts: 2843
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Primes, love their versatility. For some reason zooms are... different.



photo1a
Registered: Feb 04, 2006
Total Posts: 480
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Outside of Glacier Park



buggz2k
Registered: Mar 10, 2010
Total Posts: 1652
Country: United States

Yes sir, it certainly is!
I mean, I have sooo many that are PERFECT SOOC, straight out of the camera, it's incredible!
Don't need no stinkin' PP, post processing!
I'll have to post more.
I have named 'her' Puff The Magic Dragon.
Hehe. *8^)

PetKal wrote:
Great looking flower, Ed......that lens is some work of art, eh ?



pliukait
Registered: Feb 06, 2005
Total Posts: 585
Country: Canada

One from my back yard



StillFingerz
Registered: Jul 29, 2010
Total Posts: 3285
Country: United States

Autumn harvest in socal



joakim
Registered: Apr 06, 2008
Total Posts: 1458
Country: Sweden

A calm autumn evening for once, 5D Mrk II & 200/f2.0



roboticspro
Registered: Aug 12, 2010
Total Posts: 1860
Country: United States

Good Evening,

From my afternoon walk around the woodlands at and near my home. Just the 5D with the 24-105L kit lens and a C-PL attached.

Regards,

Edd



Tenn.Jer
Registered: Mar 08, 2011
Total Posts: 1417
Country: United States

Beautiful, Edd; I especially like the second - the row of rocks is the key to the composition, in my humble opinion...
Jerry



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