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Jul 07, 2012 22:40 as a reply to  @ post 14685695 |  #16

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Jul 07, 2012 22:44 |  #17

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Man I miss my T2i!!! What were you or the person drinking? Great pic!


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Jul 07, 2012 22:49 as a reply to  @ post 14685695 |  #18

Juvenile red-tailed hawk:

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Jul 07, 2012 22:51 |  #19

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Man I miss my T2i!!! What were you or the person drinking? Great pic!

Thanks *blushing.jpg*
it's grape juice mixed with seltzer water... a healthy version of soda

The T2i is an incredible deal at the current prices... my 7D is not enormously better than my T2i. I had a tough decision whether or not to keep the 7D. I kept it but it did not completely replace the T2i:)


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Jul 07, 2012 23:08 |  #20

^glad to hear that. I think im very content with sticking with a T2i until I can afford a Mark II or something with no crop lens lol.

Ill add a few of my personal favs from the recent past.

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Jul 07, 2012 23:22 |  #21

J.Wolfe wrote in post #14685820 (external link)
^glad to hear that. I think im very content with sticking with a T2i until I can afford a Mark II or something with no crop lens lol.

Ill add a few of my personal favs from the recent past.

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These 2 are amazing! Exceptional job! bw!


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Jul 07, 2012 23:39 |  #22

Mitch, I love your work...This is the best "street photography" work that I've seen in years....Absolutely Brilliant!


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Jul 08, 2012 00:26 as a reply to  @ rrblint's post |  #23

I've been renovating my 500px and getting rid of a lot of junk images. I've gone through my first LR catalog and chosen the best to go up. Here are some of my favorites. I believe these were previously posted in the T2i/550D thread, but since spring cleaning my 500px, the links are probably all buggered.

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The worst thing about 500px, is having to manually convert the html embed code to bbcode. And the worst thing about POTN, is that I have 8 images above, if I add a smiley, it says I have 9 and I have to remove it. 8)



  
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Jul 08, 2012 01:13 |  #24

Tryin out the LEE filter system...

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Jul 08, 2012 06:55 |  #26

J.Wolfe wrote in post #14685820 (external link)
^glad to hear that. I think im very content with sticking with a T2i until I can afford a Mark II or something with no crop lens lol.

Don't get me wrong... the 7D is leaps and bounds better than the T2i in some ways. Ergonomics (this is huge for me), AF flexibility, microfocus adjust, rugged build, customizable, 8 fps, much higher buffer, etc. But I place a very high priority on IQ and you just can't tell which photos came from my 7D and which are T2i.

Judging by your portfolio (Flickr) I would think the microfocus is the only thing you'd really miss... even then it's probably better (but less convenient) to get your lens calibrated. If you are shooting for hours on end the 7D is a dream in my hands, lightyears above the T2i ergonomics. I don't know if your hands are shaped the same as mine...

I would say that waiting is probably a good choice for you. In many ways I wish I had done the same.


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Jul 08, 2012 08:49 |  #27

Marm O. Set wrote in post #14686689 (external link)
Don't get me wrong... the 7D is leaps and bounds better than the T2i in some ways. Ergonomics (this is huge for me), AF flexibility, microfocus adjust, rugged build, customizable, 8 fps, much higher buffer, etc. But I place a very high priority on IQ and you just can't tell which photos came from my 7D and which are T2i.

Judging by your portfolio (Flickr) I would think the microfocus is the only thing you'd really miss... even then it's probably better (but less convenient) to get your lens calibrated. If you are shooting for hours on end the 7D is a dream in my hands, lightyears above the T2i ergonomics. I don't know if your hands are shaped the same as mine...

I would say that waiting is probably a good choice for you. In many ways I wish I had done the same.

Exactly. The size and weight were the huge deciding factor for me, as was the fps. After getting it, I love the focus point selection by orientation, I've found it much easier to compose with 19 focus points. But, yeah, I agree, it's not that it's all that much better quality, but just some more features that may, or may not, be useful to some people.




  
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Jul 08, 2012 09:42 |  #28

Here is my favorite so far, Took this with my t3i the second day i had it. Its nowhere near as good as you folks' pictures but I'm trying to learn:p

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Jul 08, 2012 09:46 |  #29

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Here is my favorite so far, Took this with my t3i the second day i had it. Its nowhere near as good as you folks' pictures but I'm trying to learn:p

I love it... it's hard to capture cats and dogs because they aren't really interested in what you're doing. Generally, they sit still long enough for you to focus and compose, then move as you hit the shutter. Kind of like they're saying, "Got you again! Hahahaha!"

As far as being as good as other's... just play and experiment to see if you can emulate a style you like. The only thing that counts, is whether the image is what you (or your client, if in business) wants. If that is satisfied, you're good. You can turn image editing on, in your control panel, and we can throw some edits up as well, to see if anything grabs ya.




  
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Jul 08, 2012 10:14 |  #30

Great work people , i'll be posting more later , i don't wanna spam the first couple of pages with my work .

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Mitch, I love your work...This is the best "street photography" work that I've seen in years....Absolutely Brilliant!

Thanks Mark , means a lot ;)


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