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Oct 28, 2019 17:56 |  #6061

Went on a little walk today around the old abandoned Northern State Mental Hospital outside of Sedro-Woolley WA. Interesting old dairy farm buildings and unexpectedly came across a wandering minstrel.

Not my usual subject matter but was an interesting way to spend a couple hours. A little post processing to add some texture, seemed to match the experience a little better.

Taken with the RF 15-35mm


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Oct 28, 2019 18:37 |  #6062

a little more fall colors for this thread!

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Oct 28, 2019 18:48 |  #6063

And a few shots of what I was actually expecting today...


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Oct 28, 2019 20:15 |  #6064

LoneRider how does the EOS R work with the 16-35 f-2.8 III?


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Oct 28, 2019 20:19 |  #6065

Agustin.Reyes wrote in post #18951957 (external link)
LoneRider how does the EOS R work with the 16-35 f-2.8 III?

Actually those were all taken with RF 15-35 2.8L IS. It isn’t in the list yet though, so I picked the next closest lens that was.


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Oct 28, 2019 20:48 |  #6066

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Well, I caved. I ordered the grip and another lp-e6n battery (already have an unopened new one) for the R. Hopefully this will give me a bit more stable grip and comfort while using heavier glass.

Expensive hobby... At least I didn't toss in an additional dozen rolls of film and or some RF L glass (yet!) :eek:

It does help balancing the camera, what people tend to complain is that the grip is a little girthy compared to the cameras grip. You will notice this shooting in vertical. It doesnt bother me as i tend to shoot vertical using the cameras shutter lol. Only when i need to stabilize myself a little better i use the grips shutter. I got the grip because i hated the size of the camera and it felt super unbalanced in my hand. Grip fixed this for me.


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Oct 28, 2019 21:11 |  #6067

LoneRider wrote in post #18951910 (external link)
And a few shots of what I was actually expecting today...

Amazing old structures.
The amount timber that went into building these is mind boggling.
Great to see



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Oct 29, 2019 00:47 |  #6068

mccamli wrote in post #18951077 (external link)
I came across a Kenko 1.4x converter that I thought I'd ditched some time ago. I got it to use with my 7D as it fooled the camera, allowing it to focus at F8. It played havoc with MFA though and I hardly ever used it.

I tried it on my 7Dii and it wouldn't work at all.

Well the R's given it a new lease of life with the 100-400ii :-)


It took some stealthy approaching but I'm pretty sure I went unseen...

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Absolute proof that Tawny Frogmouths loose their sense of humour as they mature...

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This reminds me of my two kids who are never quiet - the way it should be. Nice shot :-)


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Oct 29, 2019 00:49 |  #6069

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I still do not think it can be used for birds :lol:

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Love the colours on this one. Well done, robamy :-)


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Oct 29, 2019 08:44 |  #6070

From yesterday's walk up Ben Arthur in time for sunrise.

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Oct 29, 2019 15:18 |  #6071


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Oct 29, 2019 15:38 |  #6072

A Galah family with juveniles dropped by our back garden for drinks from the bird bath, so Junior had a romp around the garden.:-)

I had the Canon Extender EF x1.4 Mk III fitted at the time.

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Oct 29, 2019 18:28 |  #6073

Birds in flight? Not a problem!

Although perhaps this isn't quite what people have in mind when they mention birds. I saw about 5 flocks worth of these guys yesterday. They were too high to identify by sight, but I could hear them, they made the very distinctive sound of the sandhill crane. I presume headed south for the winter via Colorado, where they take a break to fatten up a little bit before the last leg down to New Mexico.


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Oct 30, 2019 09:27 as a reply to  @ Michael456's post |  #6074

wow too good!




  
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Oct 31, 2019 08:01 |  #6075

randy98mtu wrote in post #18949410 (external link)
Me neither. I ordered my stuff 10 days ago. I didn’t know they had a holiday last Monday. It got to JFK last Friday at 5am and hasn’t scanned since...

Customs must be backlogged. They received my 28-70mm on 10/27 and it just now has finally cleared. Hoping for a Saturday delivery...

Stay tuned for cat pictures :-P


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