Canon autumn photography
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StillFingerz
Registered: Jul 29, 2010
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Jerry all three are stunning...as I scrolled down I just kept saying wow, oh Wow and OH WOW!
Well done Sir



Doctorbird
Registered: Jul 02, 2012
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PetKal wrote:
Not much of an apparent fall theme, except the shot was taken today, on a rather mild and somewhat sunny autumn day.

I was doing some AF torture test of my 1DX + 400 II combo.
Actually, this kind of shots is not easy for the camera operator either.


Peter,

Hope you had your hat on. He looks a bit angry, and looking for the nearest statue.

Db



Doctorbird
Registered: Jul 02, 2012
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sritri wrote:
I tried some PIF and failed miserably. I am more in awe by your PIFs' Peter. But I did come back with a colorful pigeon






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Sritri,

Your WB looks way off on those Pigeons. Nice!!

dB


Doctorbird
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PetKal wrote:
Jefferson wrote:
Georgia Pine...



A beauty.


+1. Saturation works here.

Db



StillFingerz
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Photon wrote:
Okay, one lonely shot of a lonely leaf with a shy neighbor. More here.
I haven't made much use of my 135 L for portraits lately, so I grabbed it for this miniature outing.


Photon, Love them colors, fantastic image



Doctorbird
Registered: Jul 02, 2012
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Some from this weekend. 1DX and the bare 500mm Mk II on a windy day.


Db



StillFingerz
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Jefferson wrote:
Georgia Pine...






5Dc + Canon 50 1.4 @ f/2



Jefferson, any polarizer being used? Stunning exposure, SOCC or a touch of LR/PSing?
Am I regretting not picking up, giving a 5Dc...scratches head more n more
I've gotta get my 50mm out more
Jerry


StillFingerz
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Doctorbird wrote:
Some from this weekend. 1DX and the bare 500mm Mk II on a windy day.


Db


Really super BIFs Db, windy it was on Saturday; bone chillin



15Bit
Registered: Jan 27, 2008
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Struggling to keep up with the quality here - Edd, the two Jerry's (that sounds like a comedy team ), Onegreatcity, Photon (i like the leaf) and of course Peter and his performing fowl. So a set from the Archives whilst i process some more of my kitchen window series. I like these a lot - very simple compositions, but they are among my favourite images i've taken in the 6 years since i returned to photography. 350D / 70-200mm f/2.8L:



















PetKal
Registered: Sep 06, 2007
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Super shots, 15Bit......what a great and innovative way of photographing Sun in the scene.



PetKal
Registered: Sep 06, 2007
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Doctorbird wrote:
Some from this weekend. 1DX and the bare 500mm Mk II on a windy day.


Db




Db, that 500 II looks excellent on you . How do you like it so far ?



John_T
Registered: Nov 07, 2003
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The last Fall days of BIF...



Doctorbird
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PetKal wrote:
Doctorbird wrote:
Some from this weekend. 1DX and the bare 500mm Mk II on a windy day.


Db




Db, that 500 II looks excellent on you . How do you like it so far ?


Peter,

like it! like it! like it! How an I not like it? It does all the work for me. Will expound more about it later.



kaycephoto
Registered: Aug 13, 2011
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two from a brief walk-around a while ago, was mostly interested in getting some bokeh samples for my 24-70mm f/2.8L Mark II review that day but these are somewhat fall-sy =) both shot on the 1Ds3..















Jefferson
Registered: May 29, 2009
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StillFingerz wrote:
Jefferson wrote:
Georgia Pine...






5Dc + Canon 50 1.4 @ f/2



Jefferson, any polarizer being used? Stunning exposure, SOCC or a touch of LR/PSing?
Am I regretting not picking up, giving a 5Dc...scratches head more n more
I've gotta get my 50mm out more
Jerry

LR4
Decreased Luminance in all channels but Aqua…decreased Green and Blue the most (-41 & -42) the others about -12 to -21, then in Saturation added back some Red +2, Orange +4, Yellow +2, then Blue +1 and Magenta +3.
Clarity +5, Vibrance +1, and overall Saturation +6 and a -6 in Shadows in Tone Curve (Linear).

No polarizer or filters...

Most of the effect is from the late afternoon light…I just tried to bring it out more




StillFingerz
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Jefferson, really nice LR tweaking, the colors and saturation look much like what Kodachrome and a tad less vivid Velvia 50 might look like with a warming polarizer. The composition is striking, looks like you had great light, and with the 50mm...who'd a thunk it

If I get out today I'll check out our Gingko tree, see if it's yellowed up yet...slap the 50 f1.4 on a 50D and give it a go! Gunzorro has opened up a new thread for primes think I give it a go also...
Jerry



15Bit
Registered: Jan 27, 2008
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PetKal wrote:
Super shots, 15Bit......what a great and innovative way of photographing Sun in the scene.


Thanks Peter. I confess i hadn't really thought of them in that way. Certainly it was not set up in any way by me or even consciously composed - i just happened to be standing in the right place at the right time and took the shots as my unwitting models positioned themselves almost perfectly against the sun.



roboticspro
Registered: Aug 12, 2010
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Hi,

PetKal wrote:
Super shots, 15Bit......what a great and innovative way of photographing Sun in the scene.


Jools: I really like the contre-jour images also...

Doctorbird: You're having way too much fun with your new gears... Images look great...

Took a break from the tasks today for a few shots in the brook that runs through my woodlands. Taken with my classic FD 35mm F2.8 Tilt-Shift (with the Ed Mika FD-EOS adapter) on the 5D MkII. Full tilt and re-focus for optimum DoF.

Edd



Psychic1
Registered: Jul 25, 2006
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Spring in NY



Psychic1
Registered: Jul 25, 2006
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64 degrees



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