Canon autumn photography
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PetKal
Registered: Sep 06, 2007
Total Posts: 24091
Country: Canada

I like those foggy town scenes by Jerry Tenn. as well.

I did some further 400 II + 2xTC BIF exploring today, and I must say I continue to be impressed by how well that combo works.
Here's one example with last of the fall bokeh.
Handheld 1DX + 400 f/2.8 IS MkII + 2xTC MkIII.



Ralph Conway
Registered: Jul 31, 2008
Total Posts: 3833
Country: Germany

PetKal wrote:
I like those foggy town scenes by Jerry Tenn. as well.

I did some further 400 II + 2xTC BIF exploring today, and I must say I continue to be impressed by how well that combo works.
Here's one example with last of the fall bokeh.
Handheld 1DX + 400 f/2.8 IS MkII + 2xTC MkIII.


Great picture, Peter



Geert Koning
Registered: Aug 23, 2005
Total Posts: 1243
Country: Netherlands

5D + 24-105/4



















PetKal
Registered: Sep 06, 2007
Total Posts: 24091
Country: Canada

Ralphie, glad you like it. Here is another long range shot with handheld 1DX + 400 II + 2xTC III, with some colours in the background.



Doctorbird
Registered: Jul 02, 2012
Total Posts: 650
Country: United States

PetKal wrote:
I like those foggy town scenes by Jerry Tenn. as well.

I did some further 400 II + 2xTC BIF exploring today, and I must say I continue to be impressed by how well that combo works.
Here's one example with last of the fall bokeh.
Handheld 1DX + 400 f/2.8 IS MkII + 2xTC MkIII.


Peter,

I thought this was classified information!

Db



sailingpilot
Registered: Mar 05, 2008
Total Posts: 275
Country: United States

Some great work here. Here are my attempts for the fall season contribution...

The first one is an example of the many ancient tobacco sheds and barns that become visible in the thick woods as the leaves start to thin out. This one was right alongside a 2 lane road - I hadn't seen it at all this summer. Followed by a reflective pond and the contrast between red and unpainted wood...

Thanks for looking.

Gregg



PetKal
Registered: Sep 06, 2007
Total Posts: 24091
Country: Canada

Doctorbird wrote:
PetKal wrote:
I like those foggy town scenes by Jerry Tenn. as well.

I did some further 400 II + 2xTC BIF exploring today, and I must say I continue to be impressed by how well that combo works.
Here's one example with last of the fall bokeh.
Handheld 1DX + 400 f/2.8 IS MkII + 2xTC MkIII.


Peter,

I thought this was classified information!

Db

You are absolutely right, Db........however, by not doing a comparison to 800L or 600II + 1.4xTC, the key information has not been divulged.



skibum5
Registered: Jan 21, 2005
Total Posts: 16216
Country: United States

Tenn.Jer wrote:
Some really nice Autumn Avian Art lately; Doctorbird's mandarin and wood ducks in the same frame (!), Skibum's kingfishers, and of course, Peter's "Pijun on Approach Vector"...

Well, I'm sticking to things that are low and slow...
...like frozen leaves...

All four shot with a tripod-mounted 100L Macro...
Jerry


nice icy shots!



rotorwash4944
Registered: Jan 09, 2011
Total Posts: 159
Country: United States

sailingpilot wrote:
Some great work here. Here are my attempts for the fall season contribution...

The first one is an example of the many ancient tobacco sheds and barns that become visible in the thick woods as the leaves start to thin out. This one was right alongside a 2 lane road - I hadn't seen it at all this summer. Followed by a reflective pond and the contrast between red and unpainted wood...

Thanks for looking.

Gregg


Great shots! I love the splashes of color in each, against the somewhat muted greenery.



tbartick
Registered: Mar 08, 2006
Total Posts: 681
Country: United States

I really enjoy looking at all the color, very nice.

I went with a girlfriend to the beach last night....fall sunsets..wait all year for these!







Yep, The next wave got me! It was so worth the chill...we had such fun with our cameras.

Thanks for looking, Terry


tbartick
Registered: Mar 08, 2006
Total Posts: 681
Country: United States

PetKal wrote:
Ralphie, glad you like it. Here is another long range shot with handheld 1DX + 400 II + 2xTC III, with some colours in the background.



What a great shot...love how he is looking off to the side at the camera like that! amazing...love the color too. A lot of personality in that shot.



sritri
Registered: Jul 04, 2004
Total Posts: 3222
Country: United States

There are some fantastic work shown on this thread so far ! Here are a couple of mine...






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Tenn.Jer
Registered: Mar 08, 2011
Total Posts: 1427
Country: United States

Great portraits, sritri; I especially like the detail and coloring of the first one (goose?)...that green/white mix reminds me of a couch I once owned ...

I saw movement at the edge of the yard this afternoon and walked out to find a pair of young deer; I recognize them as two of this year's fawns, and now that one has "antler bumps", I can tell one is a male . He was as skittish as I expected, but the female was almost friendly; I carefully crept within ten feet of her, and she just looked at me briefly and turned back to munching honeysuckle leaves...the first two here are of her, and I didn't crop off a single pixel - that's how close she let me and my 300mm f/2.8 approach...in the third you can see a hint of his bumps, just in front of the ears...

After I took a couple dozen frames (excellent silent mode on the 5DIII) I just watched for a while, until the nervous brother finally led her away...



Jerry



Jefferson
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Doctorbird
Registered: Jul 02, 2012
Total Posts: 650
Country: United States

Some with the 500 II on the 1DX, making the most of a mostly cloudy day:

Db



Doctorbird
Registered: Jul 02, 2012
Total Posts: 650
Country: United States

And a few more:

Db



Ulan
Registered: May 14, 2008
Total Posts: 133
Country: Belgium

Doctor Bird, #3 is beautiful.



John_T
Registered: Nov 07, 2003
Total Posts: 2844
Country: Switzerland

Now look what you've gone and done, getting a whole onslaught of "me too"...



Jefferson
Registered: May 29, 2009
Total Posts: 4539
Country: United States

@ John_T



pjhad
Registered: Jun 24, 2010
Total Posts: 17
Country: United States

My first time with long exposure, pretty fun learning experience.


Canon 7D, 24-105, f4, 20 sec with B&W nd filter



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