Canon Thursday #21

Discussion in 'Canon EOS' started by robinsmith, May 20, 2015.

  1. Important: please keep your image under 700 pixels wide/high for in-line viewing, and please try to keep the FILE SIZE UNDER 300kb. Note that this includes photos hosted off-site (at Flickr, Photobucket, your own site, etc). Are you new to this thread? The general guidelines for these Thursday threads are right here. Remember: only 3 images each week.​
    Eosophiles posting day. Show us your latest and greatest for this week!
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  2. Spearhead

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  3. Canon 6D Canon 28-135mm
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  4. Last weekend my wife and I spent a weekend in Worcester and I'd like to present three views of the cathedral.
    These were shot using a 5D3, the first two used a 24-105 and the cloister shot used the Samyang 14/2.8[​IMG]
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  5. Osprey on the Hunt
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  6. Jeff Spirer--easily one of your most amazing! And you have posted some great ones in the past...
    Thanks!
    Paul
     
  7. Long time no show, this is the first time in 6 months i used my camera. I've been ill.
    It's pretty serious, Halfway through treatment now. Had 3 runs of chemo and 2 operations,
    more chemo and operations to come.
    So here's some blue flowers..
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  8. and chives
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  9. and the neighbours flowers in my garden.
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  10. Here's a few more from my recent trip...
    First, the south facade of the Biltmore House from the lawn near the pergola.

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    EOS 6D, EF 24-105 f/4 L IS USM @ 35mm, ISO 100, f/7.1 @ 1/100
     
  11. Conservatory Bench, Biltmore Estate

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    EOS 6D, EF 24-105 f/4 L IS USM @ 50mm, ISO 100, f/4 @ 1/40
     
  12. And finally, Lake Logan near Waynesville, NC

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    EOS 6D, EF 17-40 f/4 L USM @ 17mm, ISO 100, f/5.6 @ 1/80
     
  13. Jan,
    Good to see you again. Sorry to hear of your illness and wish you a complete recovery. Perhaps your back yard duck can bring some cheer. Has she returned?
    A small, but pretty insect came crawling over a nice cluster of Cudoniella clavus. They are small and grow on decayed stems, leaves, and small twigs in wet areas like rills and boggy water.
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  14. Meadowlark Posing
    Canon 7D MkII, EF 500mm f/4L IS II, EF 1.4x TC-III, Manual Mode, ISO 1000, f/8.0, 1/3200-sec., hand held, with Raw conversion in DxO Optics Pro 10.4:
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  15. Robin Poses
    Canon 7D MkII, EF 500mm f/4L IS II, EF 1.4x TC-III, Manual Mode, ISO 1000, f/8.0, 1/3200-sec., hand held, with Raw conversion in DxO Optics Pro 10.4:
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  16. Three from the Grand Canyon. I'm slowly getting through all the pictures I took on a trip though the southwest. This is an HDR processed with the HDR function in Lightroom CC.
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    XSi, 10-18 STM IS, f/14
     
  17. This is a panorama stitched with Lightroom's new panorama function.
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    XSi, Tamron 70-300 VC, f/9, 1/160s
     
  18. Canyon by the full moon.
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    XSi, 10-18 STM IS, f/4.5, 30s
     
  19. Laura,
    The duck did come to have a look, but i scared her off.. i wasn't up to feeding ducklings for 3 months.
    Not a thing to do when you don't even have the energy to lift a camera. Chemo therapy does weird things to your body. Starting a new series next month, might be offline again for a while.
     
  20. Jan,
    My best wishes to you and please stay positive as it helps tremendously. Beat this!
    Gary
     
  21. Jan, I wish you a complete recovery and much strength during the chemo.
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  22. Shot with an EOS-M and 22mm f/2.0 lens. This guy waited patiently while I got within a few inches to snap a couple of frames. [​IMG]
     

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