Canon autumn photography
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adrianb
Registered: Jun 28, 2010
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Country: Romania

Autumn ride...



bonyari
Registered: Dec 18, 2008
Total Posts: 85
Country: United States

Red (taken with Canon 5D + Soligor 200 f/3.5)



On the way home (taken with Canon 5D + Chinon 135mm f/2.8)



adrianb
Registered: Jun 28, 2010
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@bonyari: They're gonna crucify us for not shooting with canon lenses :|



Tenn.Jer
Registered: Mar 08, 2011
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^ (I'll try to distract them )

A couple that make use of light direction...
In the first, the sun had just peeked over the ridgeline behind me, illuminating the trees across the lake...
(24-105L)
in the second, the sun was almost directly in front of me, seemingly lighting the leaves from within...
(135L)

Jerry



Doctorbird
Registered: Jul 02, 2012
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Psychic1 wrote:
Spring in NY


Psychic1: Those images are good reasons for keeping my nimble 400mm f/5.6.

:applause"



Doctorbird
Registered: Jul 02, 2012
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All those fall colors are making SoCal pale in comparison.

Db



15Bit
Registered: Jan 27, 2008
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Another from the same day as my last. 350D / 70-200mm f/2.8L:







Doctorbird
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15Bit wrote:
Another from the same day as my last. 350D / 70-200mm f/2.8L:







Striking graphics. Seems to be telling a story.

Db


Doctorbird
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Some from the weekend. First day with the 400mm II

Seems like some of Peter's loyalists defected and arrived here with exotic relatives.



Doctorbird
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A few more:



Snopchenko
Registered: May 19, 2010
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StillFingerz wrote:
Snopchenko wrote:
StillFingerz wrote:
Jerry, dude you are just spoiling my eyes, your 5D3 images are wonderful...stop it please, no don't
I'll join the FF crew soon, great set of images, love them all, the last with the 135L is...WOW!

Never understood this obsession... I thought good pictures have zilch to do with format and everything to do with skill, talent and luck... a good photog can make P&S photos sing whereas someone like me can be given a medium format camera and still end up with images that are average at best.


Obsession...if you knew me you'd think otherwise, not judge so quickly, given what I've shot with since 1970 and how slow I go through equipment, I still shoot film and in NO way discount the image maker...what an uninformed joke? And if you look at my comments throughout FM and a half dozen other photography imaging websites, other than just this one post, you'd realize my obsession is with photography, as most image makers are.

As for gears, the 8x10, 4x5, Polaroid, rangefinder were given away just a few years back after 37 yrs shooting film, it's only been the last 5 years that digital has had my attention...I don't hang gears on my walls, mat n frame gears for those friends n family that request my imagery. Photography is a simple joy for me, one joy still within reach. The new FF sized sensors look to have better light gathering qualities than my croppers do, their just tools to help the creative eye tell a story!

Simpleton not, as for skills that is for you to judge if that is what gets you off, I like to enjoy myself, have fun with what little body, time, brain cells I have left and what gears help me get through the day without screaming

This was not directed at you of course, but rather at the general sentiment prevailing in the gear forums that I find odd.
Oh well - I guess ranting is not my strongest suit. My apologies! I'll be trying to avoid repeating stuff like this.



Psychic1
Registered: Jul 25, 2006
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Doctorbird wrote:
Psychic1 wrote:
Spring in NY


Psychic1: Those images are good reasons for keeping my nimble 400mm f/5.6.

:applause"


Doc, your photos highlight the need for the extra stop and improved iso.

Excellent, enjoy



PetKal
Registered: Sep 06, 2007
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While Psych's BIF shots fill me with envy, Db's images of my boys bring tears to my eyes.



Jefferson
Registered: May 29, 2009
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30D + 200 2.8L @ f/2.8






30D + 200 2.8L @ f/2.8


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

!5bit, I love your recent archives; that golden sky must have been a thrill...

A couple from a foggy morning on the courthouse square; the first with a 24-105L, the second with the 24 TS-E II.
I've used the tilt-shift to expand DOF, but never with the intention of straightening perspective in an architectural shot, and certainly never hand-held...obviously I need to work further with this technique, since walls still lean all over the place...

The acorns (from a "bur oak") was made with a 135L.

Jerry



Jefferson
Registered: May 29, 2009
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30D 200 2.8L @ f/2.8 ISO 200 1/400sec.


Jefferson
Registered: May 29, 2009
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BIF...







mttran
Registered: Nov 03, 2005
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Jefferson wrote:
BIF...


look like JIF



skibum5
Registered: Jan 21, 2005
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Doctorbird wrote:
A few more:


nice shots especially that last one of the looks like Rufous Hummingbird male in the purple flowers.



Psychic1
Registered: Jul 25, 2006
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Redtails are back



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