Mount Olivet cemetery in San Rafael. EOS 7D, 16-35 2.8L, last week.
I'll be majorly screwed up when I decide to replace my trusty old 7D classic. I've had it for 7.5 years and it works pretty well. Only 21,000...
Sunrise this morning, through the medium-level amount of smoke from the Wine Country fires 12 miles north of here.
Eos 7D, 85mm lens.
Paraduxx winery wine making building ceiling last Friday, Napa Valley.
Anvil Cloud, BOS to SFO the day before the Eclipse. EOS 7D, 16-35 mm.[ATTACH]
Well done, Robin!
[ATTACH] My niece, Kadyn, at her dance show in Wrenthem, Mass. EOS 7D, 85mm, ISO 3200, f/3.5
Lens helps a lot (maybe half of the equation), but so does technique, aperture chosen, subject motion, shutter speed, ISO, etc etc.
New UX (stinks -- where is the "POST" button? LOL), maybe same setting as above but insert image into the post? SUNRISE, EOS 10D, 24-85 lens....
Sunrise at McInnis Park looking towards China Camp (from my archives).
((new UX screwing me over, lol))
Right-click "Open in Camera Raw" all ya gotta do..... good luck!
<p>I would only guess too that atmospheric and other external conditions make make the true FL of any lens ever so slightly variable.</p>
<p>A snowman near our neighborhood that my wife found...</p><div>[ATTACH]</div>
<p>part of my collection........</p><div>[ATTACH]</div>
<p>> How will noise be at low light and high ISO with all those pixels?</p>
<p>30 MP not that many for a full frame. My 7D is still great...
<p>Long exposure at Resort at Squaw Creek last week, Lake Tahoe area.</p><div>[ATTACH]</div>
<p>Wow -- too cool. Somewhere over the great Salt...
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