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Jul 06, 2012 08:53 |  #151

^^ Pretty cool shot!


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Jul 06, 2012 10:50 as a reply to  @ OneJZsupra's post |  #152

KayakPhotos wrote in post #14671850 (external link)
That being said, I will someday own a 500 f/4 despite the fact that i can get the same images with my 100-400 if I try hard enough.

I wish this was true. the 500 f4 is absolutely in a league of its own vs the 100-400. I own a nice copy of the 100-400 and it cant touch the 500 f4 that I used. Reach is king in wildlife but I agree the 7d is absolutely capable of amazing photos all day long.

did anyone get the new Outdoor Photographer magazine? The ran the story on the American Landscapes that people have been submitting. 10,000 images submitted and guess what won?
a shot from a CROP BODY and a non wide angle lens, a 30d + 17-40L.
I think this is a great display to everyone that the landscape game isnt only for FF bodies.



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Jul 06, 2012 11:36 |  #153

jhayesvw wrote in post #14678836 (external link)
did anyone get the new Outdoor Photographer magazine? The ran the story on the American Landscapes that people have been submitting. 10,000 images submitted and guess what won?
a shot from a CROP BODY and a non wide angle lens, a 30d + 17-40L.
I think this is a great display to everyone that the landscape game isnt only for FF bodies.

Yeah BUT, if they had shot a piece of coal in an underground cavern when the lights tripped at ISO 3,000,000, and F 0.00000000009 then the noise would be horrendous when you blew it up the 100metres x 80metres :cool: :cool: :cool:
Only FF could nail that :lol:


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Jul 06, 2012 11:54 |  #154

jhayesvw wrote in post #14678836 (external link)
I wish this was true. the 500 f4 is absolutely in a league of its own vs the 100-400. I own a nice copy of the 100-400 and it cant touch the 500 f4 that I used. Reach is king in wildlife but I agree the 7d is absolutely capable of amazing photos all day long.

did anyone get the new Outdoor Photographer magazine? The ran the story on the American Landscapes that people have been submitting. 10,000 images submitted and guess what won?
a shot from a CROP BODY and a non wide angle lens, a 30d + 17-40L.
I think this is a great display to everyone that the landscape game isnt only for FF bodies.

I've seen lots of nice landscape from non FF bodies. Any APS-C and 4/3 are quite capable. Funny how 17-40 is not considered wide angle anymore, at least not in landscape genre. Typically 35 and below was wide angle.




  
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Jul 06, 2012 12:32 |  #155

On a FF 17mm would be pretty wide!


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Jul 06, 2012 12:42 |  #156

Pano, 6 shots, stitched with MS ICE.

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Jul 06, 2012 12:53 |  #157

h14nha wrote in post #14679016 (external link)
Yeah BUT, if they had shot a piece of coal in an underground cavern when the lights tripped at ISO 3,000,000, and F 0.00000000009 then the noise would be horrendous when you blew it up the 100metres x 80metres :cool: :cool: :cool:
Only FF could nail that :lol:

Well, and for the better cameras, you'd want to underexpose 5 stops and then bring up the noise free shadows.:lol:




  
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Jul 06, 2012 12:56 |  #158

From our trip to Yellowstone last summer:

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This was from a day trip to the Grand Tetons:
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Jul 06, 2012 16:17 as a reply to  @ Scott M's post |  #159

h14nha wrote in post #14679016 (external link)
Yeah BUT, if they had shot a piece of coal in an underground cavern when the lights tripped at ISO 3,000,000, and F 0.00000000009 then the noise would be horrendous when you blew it up the 100metres x 80metres :cool: :cool: :cool:
Only FF could nail that :lol:

haha. I actually laughed out loud. My wife asked what was wrong with me.

as for the 17mm being not wide. Sorry. I just dont consider it wide on a crop body. Thats all. it is fairly wide just not ultra wide I guess. I misspoke.



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Jul 06, 2012 19:33 |  #160

This is a recent 7 shot panorama using my 7d and 17-55. I can't afford two bodies and I like having the extra reach for Eagles and sports.
edit: Moraine Lake, Banff National Park

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Jul 06, 2012 20:05 |  #161

Heap64 wrote in post #14681257 (external link)
This is a recent 7 shot panorama using my 7d and 17-55. I can't afford two bodies and I like having the extra reach for Eagles and sports.

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That looks like Moraine Lake, correct? Wonderful shot, we loved our visit there. It's a beautiful spot in the Canadian Rockies.


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Jul 06, 2012 20:39 |  #162

Love this thread, keep them coming!




  
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Jul 06, 2012 22:57 |  #163

Heap64 wrote in post #14681257 (external link)
This is a recent 7 shot panorama using my 7d and 17-55. I can't afford two bodies and I like having the extra reach for Eagles and sports.

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Very beautiful!


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Jul 06, 2012 23:14 as a reply to  @ studlymonkey's post |  #164

Red River in Winnipeg. This is a pretty tough river to represent in an attractive way, the river runs in muddy all year round as it carries tons of fine clay silt. The banks are also mud. In addtion the skies in Winnipeg are usually clear blue. All in all this is a diffcult location for attractive landscapes.

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Jul 07, 2012 07:24 |  #165

More 7 shot Panos to share..

Cirrus Mountain, Banff National Park

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