Canon Thursday #43

Discussion in 'Canon EOS' started by robinsmith, Oct 26, 2016.

  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 up to 3 images each week
  2. Canon 5D Mark IV Canon 100-400 L Sigma 1.4 x Teleconverter.
  3. Canon 5D2, 50/f2.5 macro, f4.5 at 1/500
  4. Canon 5D2, 28/f1.8, f4 at 1/500
  5. Last weekend my niece Mayke Verhoeven participated in the expo "Visions" in Amsterdam.
    It was a dark hall, and i didn't want to use the flash, so i put on the 50 1.4..
  6. Now you can see it was lit from the bottom.
    In the previous one you can just make out the buste in the background. So here's the buste..
  7. There were more participants, but i forgot to photograph the signs with the works, so i don't know who's this one is. I liked the shadow.
  8. A trio of Bagheera pics with my son as co-star.
    All images with Canon 7DMkII
  9. This is Cathedral rock and some fall color in Yosemite Yesterday. This is a three image HDR done in Lightroom CC taken with the 5D Mk IV and Tamron 15-30
  10. Bison
    (All Canon EOS 5D ii, 24-105mm)
  11. Bison 2
  12. Bison have the right of way.
  13. @JDM von Weinberg What did the buffalo say when his son left for college?
    I just re-bought the 24-105mm L lens for use with my film gear. Bison are an excellent subject - might have to seek out our local bison herd again.
  14. RED Sign
    Pond In Boston Commons
    Evening Sun-star
  15. From the balcony
  16. Since we're now a 1000px wide site, I'm adding one more. :)
    Canon 7DMkII
  17. Crooks Bridge.
  18. I don't do still lifes very often, but here is a small collection of rocks and shells.
    John Crowe: I love HDR that doesn't look like HDR. Nice photo.
  19. I did some light flagging. I wish I had more time.
  20. 5D MK IV with Sigma 50mm f/1.4 at 1/80sec f/4 ISO 1280 under a LED bulb and light from my notebook.

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