Hope you all like this. Shot with 55-250mm, one light from the right.
f13, 1/8s, iso100, tripod. Sigma 18-50@18.
This is one of those times when I REALLY wish I had an ultrawide lens. What I really liked here was the frost on the ties, but its hard to see in the web version.
Quick little wide open test for the 50mm 1.4 on my favorite lens tester subject.
Yes, I know... Its yet another Moon shot.. but I wanted to share this as its my best moon shot yet with the humble 70-300IS..
400D with 70-300 IS @ 300mm, 1/320, f/8, ISO 100, Manual focus, Hand Held, IS Off.
Its a 100% crop!
Thanks for looking!
I don't know what the heck this is
Nick - nice cat shot.
Droopy - I hope their are no drunk hunters in the area. :D
LooseCanon - love the flower.
Viky, outstanding shots, both building and moon
Playing with my nephew...
Building it up.....
Just to watch it fall...
50mm again... it's not a bad lens.....
Camping Time :)
Did u mean to quote or post a pic?
Nice shot GaryS...love the way the sun is peeking from behind the building...
Viky...nice moon shot...
Nick....you captured those emotions well...
Trying my hand at some product shots yet again...but this time with a better setup IMO....
50mm, 1/125, f5.6, ISO 100
Museum Park, Chicago. 2-shot pano.
Image Date: 2007:02:01 01:24:35
Flash Used: No
Focal Length: 40.0mm
Exposure Time: 0.125 s (1/8)
ISO equiv: 640
White Balance: Auto
Metering Mode: Matrix
Exposure Mode: Manual
Land Cruiser sunset
Camera: Canon EOS 5D
Lens: Canon 50mm f/1.8 II
ISO Speed: 100
Exposure Bias: 0 EV
Flash: Flash did not fire
Exposure: 0.025 sec (1/40)
Focal Length: 50 mm
Exposure Mode: Manual
delobbo - another killer pano.
faisal - the product shot looks good, although I'm not sure I like the way the watch seems like its floating.
saleh - I'm seeing some of that infamous 5D sensor dust. ;)
I do so many pet photos now people are paying me for them
Droopy...nice dog action shots...
When I took this shot...I thought that the shopping cart would handle corners better than this Chevrolet Lumina SS (not known for its great handling)....
51mm, 1/100, f8, ISO 200
Not a great shot by any means (I chopped her head off for starters). But I still think it's worth a look because it's so cute :)
My first day out with my first dSLR. Critique and suggestions welcome.
wow lol he looks like he's struggling because of the weak economy too lol
Nice dog shots droopy - those are difficult shots to get.
Here's a couple more from last week..
She was constantly aware on my presence.. got to captured some heavy Eye-Contact in these...
Love how her wing span is so symmetrical and 'back lit'..
400D with 70-300 IS @ 170mm, 1/400, f/7.1, ISO 200
This one's my favorite.. love the aggressive pose.. how the body n wings are angled, but head is horizontal..
400D with 70-300 IS @ 160mm, 1/320, f/9, ISO 200
Check out the larger version of this one here!
Thanks for looking:)
2nd hawk shot is incredible - 1st one is nice too.. how on Earth did you get that at 160mm.. I would have to assume you cropped it but how much? It's still sufficiently sharp so I really wonder how you did it. Splendid.
I got better success this time for BIF shots as i used AI servo with the * button for focussing and the shutter button for shooting..
that second shot is amazing.....very well captured... :)
Love both of those Hawk shots Viky.
Viky - I could definitely see that second shot hung on somebody's wall or in a magazine. Great capture!