Canon autumn photography
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rrxjon
Registered: Sep 14, 2009
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15Bit #1 & #3 terrific. Just jumped in here to take a look. Guess "Ima gonna hafta" scroll the whole thread now.



15Bit
Registered: Jan 27, 2008
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rrxjon wrote:
15Bit #1 & #3 terrific. Just jumped in here to take a look. Guess "Ima gonna hafta" scroll the whole thread now.


Many thanks. You should definitely scroll through - there's much better than my stuff here.



Doctorbird
Registered: Jul 02, 2012
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One bucolic scene and three images with not-too-subtle megaton sun bursts coming through the canopy. All with the 5d Mark III.

Db



15Bit
Registered: Jan 27, 2008
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From my walk to work. 350D / 50mm f/1.4







supermario343
Registered: Mar 21, 2011
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fall beauty by mariosworld343, on Flickr



Psychic1
Registered: Jul 25, 2006
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Could not find the Kingfisher



Mark_EL
Registered: Aug 15, 2009
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Country: Netherlands

Autumn....








PetKal
Registered: Sep 06, 2007
Total Posts: 23882
Country: Canada

Psychic1 wrote:
Could not find the Kingfisher


Psych, that is good .......misery loves company, and I haven't seen any KFC today either although I was in a place that they frequent on occasion.

Here's some Wood pijun hydroplaning....I was too slow on the draw, and noticed him only when it was too late for in-flight shots.

1DX + 300 f/2.8 IS MkI.



Psychic1
Registered: Jul 25, 2006
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He is beautiful



Kathy White
Registered: May 01, 2010
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Country: United States

PetKal wrote:
Thank you kindly, Kathy .......1DX still has some little irritating features for me, but overall it does work well, particularly the AF system and high ISO handling, probably very much like your 5DMkIII.

Here is one simple duckshot with fallish coloured background. In this case the perspective is very "level" with the duck because the camera/lens was lowered almost to the water level. That low perspective is a dominant strategy by "birders" to achieve the coveted N&W forum "look".

7D + 85L @ f/1.2........."blind" framing as well as auto AF pt.selection used.
60D (articulated display) would help with shots of this type.


Drat!!!!!! I missed getting to see it Peter. Just saw your post, then the post below raving about it. Beautiful duck shots above though.



michael49
Registered: Jun 09, 2006
Total Posts: 5364
Country: United States

15Bit wrote:
A little local flora. 350D / 50mm f/1.4

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Really nice. Where those taken with ext tubes or was that just the 50 1.4 bare?



PetKal
Registered: Sep 06, 2007
Total Posts: 23882
Country: Canada

PCKit wrote:
Drat!!!!!! I missed getting to see it Peter. Just saw your post, then the post below raving about it. Beautiful duck shots above though.



Thank you, Kathy........here is a duckshot for you from the last fall, which I like better.
Monopod mounted 1DMkIIN + 400 f/2.8 IS MkI.



Kathy White
Registered: May 01, 2010
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Country: United States

Thanks Peter, great shot, stunning colors.



PetKal
Registered: Sep 06, 2007
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Country: Canada

Glad you like it, Kathy, thank you.

The only autumn contents here would be that the bird seems to be migrating south and it is trying to hitch a ride.

1DX + 28-80L



Harry.C
Registered: Sep 17, 2012
Total Posts: 359
Country: Canada

This is autumn to me:







7D + 18-35mm


Tenn.Jer
Registered: Mar 08, 2011
Total Posts: 1327
Country: United States

Beautiful countryside, Harry, and I pass that scene hereabouts (on a smaller landscape) in the fall, too; but when I spotted a neighbor baling & hauling hay "The Old Way", I had to smile and make a photo...I spent so many afternoons throwing bales up on the wagon, feeling underpaid and overworked...these teenagers looked like they were having a good time, too .
With a 70-200 f/2.8 II

Jerry



Jefferson
Registered: May 29, 2009
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@ PetKal...A Canadian bird of prey after it's dinner



PetKal
Registered: Sep 06, 2007
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You've got good imagination, Jefferson.



Jefferson
Registered: May 29, 2009
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Cicopo
Registered: Apr 15, 2006
Total Posts: 1752
Country: Canada

Oh man that's a lot of bales in Harry's photo. Only helped once when I was a young lad but it was a lot of work to me. I don't think true farmers see it as work.



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