Canon Thursday 2014, #08

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  1. Norman 202

    Norman 202 i am the light

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    Good Thursday Morning Canon shooters and welcome to Canon Thursday #08. I hope you have all had a productive week.

    I shall be leaving Khon Kaen in Thailand tomorrow after being here for 6 weeks. Not sure why I stayed so long as there are no obvious attractions apart from the laid back atmosphere, the people and the food. This lady has been cleaning up after me during my stay. Her English and my Thai have improved no end. Off to Nong Kai tomorrow and then maybe Laos
  2. Spearhead

    Spearhead Moderator

    Napa on Valentine's Day.
  3. 7D, Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8
  4. Happy Canon photo Thursday.
  5. 5D2, 24/1.4, f5.6 at 1/160, ISO 100
  6. I'm feeling quite pleased at the moment, I've finally licensed my Flehmen image! It's being used by a Norwegian TV channel in a science programme.
    40D+70+200/2.8 IS
    And I've also managed to licence my first image shot on film since going back to film photography a couple of years ago.
    This image has been taken by a lifestyle glossy.
    EOS 1v+24-105 (can't remember the film used)
  7. Kudos, Peter. Lovely colours, Louis.

    These from my three songs in the togs' pit at the O2 Arena last week. All 1Ds III, two with 70-200mm f2.8L II, one (guess which ... ) with 16-35mm f2.8L II.
    [​IMG] Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls come onto the stage ... [​IMG] Matt Nasir on keyboards [​IMG] The Flaming Beetroot on lead guitar
  8. Congrats, Peter!
  9. [​IMG]
    The kids had fun in the snow.
  10. Congratulations Peter.
    I found these "ice ferns" after a big snow followed by icing. They had formed on the spore bearing fronds of Cinnamon Ferns that were still above the snow.
  11. The old 18 98 bridge near Quaker Oats
  12. kts


    that was a great find Laura.....nicely shot
    three from Monday morning
  13. kts


    no work today
  14. kts


    fun with icicles
  15. Puget Sound
  16. Thank you Thom, I'd never seen anything like them. I thought they were pretty cool. The heavy equipment is great against that sky.
  17. Love your first and second shots, Thom. HDR on No. 2?
  18. While much of the USA is suffering through severe winter storms and huge amounts of snow, California is drought stricken and wishing we had some of that water. The fair weather has brought out the almond blossoms.
  19. Many of the trees are already dropping their petals making the ground look snow covered. It will be interesting to see how the crop turns out with the lack of water.
  20. I spent the week going through some Arizona desert shots from 10 years ago, trying to find a silk purse among the sow's ears. No silk purses yet, but here's one of the better sow's ears.
    EOS 300D, no EXIF data...
  21. Reflections At Sunset

    Canon 5D MkIII, EF 15mm f/2.8 diagonal fish-eye, Av Mode, ISO 200, +2/3EV, f/8, resulting in 1/125-sec., hand held, with Raw conversion and de-fishing in DxO Optics Pro 9.1:
  22. Pre-dawn Clouds
    Canon 5D MkIII, EF 24-105mm f/4L IS at 75mm, Av Mode, ISO 400, +1/3EV, f/8, resulting in 1/80-sec., with Raw conversion in DxO Optics Pro 9.1:
  23. Fish Brunch
    Canon 5D MkIII, EF 500mm f/4L IS, EF 1.4x TC-III, Av Mode, ISO 800, +5/3EV, f/8, resulting in 1/1600-sec., hand held, with Raw conversion in DxO Optics Pro 9.1"
  24. Congrats Peter.
  25. kts


    thanks James.......#2 was Lightroom and a bit of Topaz Adjust for that tonemapped look.....BTW that had to be pretty cool being in the pit at the O2, nice concert shots
  26. Thanks, Thom. It was very cool - but hard work: 3 songs goes by very fast when you're having that much fun!
  27. Nasty weather now combines with bad cold starting last Friday. I spent my time feverishly "high-defining" every (70,000 plus) image I could find on my hard drives.
  28. Then I observed rare astronomical events.
  29. When all else fails, the cats are usually around.
    XSi, 50mm 1.8, f/1.8, 1/60s
  30. And the other one.
    XSi, 50mm 1.8, f/1.8, 1/80s
  31. [​IMG]A street artist in Chicago creates these triptychs and prints them onto magnets which he places invarious spots around the city. Sometimes you can find them far from their original location, as I did here.This one was more than a mile west from where it debuted.350D 50mm f/1.8 @ f/3.2
  32. It was a nice day again sunday, so i took the camera on the walk to the supermarket. (sometimes you have to make up an excuse) Kids were feeding the ducks and swans. The swans chased off the ducks..
  33. this one is taken from the bridge.
  34. the downside of having no winter, the slugs survive and eat the flowers
  35. Blue jay became woodpecker
  36. Sorry, it's over 700; repost.
  37. Carolina Wren.
  38. Delicate Arch near Moab Utah
  39. T2i/Tamron 18-270 with my brand new Hoya ND-400
  40. Varied Thrush in the Rain
    5DMKIII, 100-400mm L @ 400mm, f6.7 @ 1/180, ISO 3200
  41. Way to go, Pete.
  42. Late to the party, but here is my contribution for this week;
  43. Hello to all. This is near Gare de Lyon in Paris.
  44. And for contrast, a quiet village, about 100km away.

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