Canon Thursday Photo 2012: #50

Discussion in 'Canon EOS' started by nathangardner, Dec 12, 2012.

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    Happy Thursday everyone! I realize I've been slacking in the photo department, but the past few weeks have been torture with finals and end of semester projects. I think I'm finally done now so I promise a new photo next week. But for this week, another shot from South Carolina will have to do. Everyone else's photos the past few weeks have been great, as always. Winter is starting to settle in here and temps are dropping a little. It gets me in the mood to bundle up and go Christmas shopping. I hope everyone is doing well and I can't wait to see those photos!
  2. Another picture from a foggy morning.
    XSi, 18-55 mm is @ 25mm, f/7.1, 1/20s
  3. 5D2, EF 40mm f/2.8 STM, ISO 800
    There are a lot of these small, old car shops out here in Kansas.
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  5. Seat, Weston, Vermont.
  6. Sandhill Crane at sunset.
  7. More Sandhill Cranes at sunset.
  8. 5D Mark II / 24-105mm
  9. Travelling last week but saw lots of your fine shots on the Canon Thursday forum.
    Here are some B&W shots (PS conversion) from last week - anyone know in which
    city these were taken?
  10. From a trip to Dungeness.
    5D+24-105, + Hoya CP filter, iso-200, 1/250, f5.6, -2/3 ev
  11. All shot with 7D / EF 24-105L
  12. duplicate post deleted
  13. #2 - Arch
  14. #3 - Dome
  15. Taken at the Bird Sanctuary, Green Lane Park. This Red-tailed Hawk had a good day of hunting in warm temperatures.
  16. And another.
  17. I love urban/street photography but I am just not too good at it. Last Friday I had to be in the city (Philly) so I walked around with my camera for a while. I was shooting the guys in the background who were setting up the track for a film shoot when this young lady walked by.
  18. A postcard from Florida
  19. Snowy Egret
  20. Osprey
  21. Canon EOS 5D, 24-105L.
  22. kts


    great capture of those three cranes in silhouette Phil
    while shooting sunrise from the canyon overlook trail in Zion a group of seven bighorns wandered in an began foraging for breakfast
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  25. Hi Canon folks. John P. from the Nikon Wed. side. Great photos today as usual.
    Excellent work everyone.
  26. I'm not sure what there is about this scene that attracts me. But, I like it, so I shot it. So there!
  27. Spent Tuesday up at the Oxbow lake again attempting to shoot the Bald Eagles. Our temperatures have been cold enough for some ice to form on the lake.
    Mostly juveniles observed and, well, they just act like juveniles!
    Great photographs again by everyone! And, I wish I had more time to comment on many of the individual photographs but . . .
    Louis, At first I thought that was the old Ford dealership on Main in Louisburg, KS. Very similiar!
    Phil, Very nice Crane silhouettes as the Sun sets!
  28. Taken through a double pane window.
  29. Back-lit Northern Harrier
    Canon 5D MkIII, EF 500mm f/4L IS, Av mode, ISO 800, +1EV, f/4, resulting in 1/3200-sec., hand-held, Raw conversion in DxO Optics Pro 8.1.
  30. Brownies. 5D Mk2 Sigma 24-70 @ 70mm ISO 200 1/160 f/8.0 Alien bees B1600+softbox
  31. I've been busy with my "modern film cameras" this week, so this is the only EOS image I've made
  32. Pine Siskin, taken at the edge of the woods in my back yard. I know the BG is a bit busy, but in the edge area, there are no clear spots to form a smooth BG.
    Canon 1D Mark IV; ISO 800; 500 mm f/4L IS + EF 1.4x TC; focal length 700 mm; 1/400 sec. @ f/7.1; AV mode; 0 EV exposure bias; spot metering; back-button focusing;AI-servo AF; PP in LR 4.2; moderate crop to about 50%; enhancements to sharpness, luminance smoothing, and clarity.
  33. American Robin, from back yard deck at edge of woods.
    Canon 1D Mark IV; ISO 800; 500 mm f/4L IS + EF 1.4x TC; focal length 700 mm; 1/640 sec. @ f/7.1; AV mode; 0 EV exposure bias; spot metering; back-button focusing;AI-servo AF; PP in LR 4.2; slight crop to about 90% of full frame; enhancements to sharpness, luminance smoothing, and clarity.
  34. Breakers at sunny Atlantic Beach, NC. EF 100 mm; f/5 @ 1/1000 sec; ISO 100
  35. Arabesque. Taken at a local wildlife refuge near sunset. EF 250mm; f/5.6@1/1600 sec; ISO 3200
  36. Thanks for the comments thom and Jim. On the shot with the three cranes I was inputing the caption and I got as far as the 7 for my 7D when I accidently hit the return key. That submitted the photo and there is no way to edit the captions, as we all know. I need to be more careful I guess :) Anyway the shot was with my 400 5.6L at 5.6, 1/1250 and ISO 125.
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    Baby Addison (with Dad)


    Camera: Canon EOS 7D
    Lens Model: Canon EF-S17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM
    Exposure Program: Aperture-priority AE
    Exposure: 0.01 sec (1/100)
    Aperture: f/2.8
    Focal Length: 47 mm
    ISO Speed: 3200 (with a heavy dose of noise reduction in ACR 6.7)
    Exposure Bias: 0 EV
    Flash: Off, Did not fire

    The only light source was the Christmas lights (obviously).
  38. Great shots all!
    Mine is a Swan from a Winery in Napa Valley...
  39. Late to the party, but it's still Thursday in the US...
  40. Happy Thursday!
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    350D 35mm f/2 @ f/7.1
  42. haven't made a single photo this week.. work has been tooo busy.
    so here's some from last year.
  43. a friend celebrated his bday.
  44. i think it was 5d2, 28-80 2.8L
  45. Duplicate post. Sorry.
  46. Nathan, love the colors in the water!
    Lupo, post work on this is terrific. I'll bet he had some stories to tell.
    Phil R, the inflight silhouette shots are really nice.
    Gil, I really like how the colors mesh in this one. Wish you hadn't clipped that left corner.
    Horse, where is the light source on the boat shot? Nice.
    Rick Du B, no clue?!
    Laura, nice inflight shots of the hawk.
    Bill K, looks like that one has a fishing pole. Must be tired of the conventional method of catching its dinner. ;-)
    Thom, are you sure you didn't pose those bighorns? Great shots, all!
    Thanks, John P.
    William K, that's how I do 90 percent of my work. I sometimes look at my photos and say to myself, "what was I thinking". I like this shot, too.
    David S, that's a tough shot to get (on several levels). Nice.
    John C, thanks a lot for expanding my waistline. One look at those and I had to have one.
    Dennis Z, both very well done.
    Dean S, great lighting. Hard to believe it is all from the light string.
    Nice shots everyone!
    I shot a wedding this past weekend and have been out of town most of the week. This is a shot of the bride with her proud father, about to walk down the aisle. I can see that look on her face of "Okay, I'm really going to do this!".
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    135mm working hard in HK
  48. "Orion the Hunter"
  49. Thanks Mark, there is a street lamp above the ramp to the dock behind the tree line lighting the side and my car lights were on the back of the boat. Horse.
  50. Didn't use the EOS this week, to busy at work.
    So here is one from a week ago:

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