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Nov 02, 2022 06:00 as a reply to  @ post 19435598 |  #2822

Thanks! Here is one from this past weekend.

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Nov 02, 2022 13:19 |  #2823

TROPICAL CHECKERED SKIPPER ON BLACKFOOT DAISY

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He was very tiny. I was very close, near MFD, with my birding lens. Handheld. Considerable crop.

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Nov 07, 2022 10:32 |  #2824

Storage question for those with multiple lenses. I currently have 3 lenses (Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS II USM, Canon EF-S 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 IS USM and Mitakon Zhongyi Creator 35mm f/2), which all fit reasonably well into my Lowepro Fastpack 350. I'm anticipating adding a Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Contemporary and a Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM to my kit. They definitely won't all fit in the fastpack, but I don't anticipate carrying them all at once anyway. I looking for something a little better than just individual sleeves to store the extra lenses that I'm not carrying in the fastpack and curious what others hear like. I kind of like my fastpack, but reviews of other Lowepro products here don't seem great. I'm thinking some kind of hard case would be good, but the field is wide open here. Thoughts?




  
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Nov 08, 2022 07:35 |  #2825

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Storage question for those with multiple lenses. I currently have 3 lenses (Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS II USM, Canon EF-S 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 IS USM and Mitakon Zhongyi Creator 35mm f/2), which all fit reasonably well into my Lowepro Fastpack 350. I'm anticipating adding a Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Contemporary and a Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM to my kit. They definitely won't all fit in the fastpack, but I don't anticipate carrying them all at once anyway. I looking for something a little better than just individual sleeves to store the extra lenses that I'm not carrying in the fastpack and curious what others hear like. I kind of like my fastpack, but reviews of other Lowepro products here don't seem great. I'm thinking some kind of hard case would be good, but the field is wide open here. Thoughts?

Too many options. If you are like most people you have several camera bags. Use them as lens storage cases. My main storage is a pelican case. It holds 2 bodies and 3 lens only because that is what I owned when I bought the case. It is configured to hold my 150-600 mounted, my 70-300L mounted and my 15-85. When walking I am a minimalist. I carry one camera with the lens choice of the day mounted but that is because, like you, I don't have a suitable general use bag. Guess that means I wasn't any help. :-)

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Nov 08, 2022 08:22 |  #2826

Be prepared, that 150-600 is huge. It's going to dominate your load, whether you have it mounted up or not.

A backpack is probably still your best option if you want to carry several lenses besides the big zoom. That Lowepro Fastpack has a half-camera, half-regular-backpack configuration. There are many backpack models where the whole space is devoted to gear. You'll need one of those to accommodate the length of the big zoom.

It's not the answer you're looking for at all, but when I go out with big telephoto glass, I like to carry 2 bodies; one with the big lens, and one with a more normal-sized zoom. I just carry that with no bag at all.

I use a Think Tank Digital Holster 30 to keep my 400 5.6 mounted on a 90D, but almost exclusively for storage and transport. I leave the bag in the car when I'm out shooting. I think that bag would hold a mounted 150-600, but nothing else.


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Nov 08, 2022 09:23 as a reply to  @ drsilver's post |  #2827

Thanks! A lot of information there.

I got the Fastpack specifically because it is not entirely dedicated specifically to camera gear for use on vacations where I want to carry the camera and some extra lenses/gear, but also have room to maps etc.

What I am really looking for here is recommendations on how to store the lenses I'm not actively carrying with me. I (will) have individual lens wraps for the current and new lenses, but it seems like it would be better to have them in something more substantial.




  
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Nov 11, 2022 01:46 |  #2828

I'm taking a family trip in January. I think I'm going to take a 90D and a 70-200 f/4. I've got an 18-135 that I like and use a lot. But it doesn't go to 15mm. That's the 24mm equiv on an APS-C body. I need a 24mm for travel.

I'd heard good things about the EFS 15-85mm zoom, but I'd never played with one. Went out on Ebay and got a used one for $150. I took it out for a couple of days and gave it a good workout.

I went on an overnight trip out to the far NW coast of Washington state on the Olympic Peninsula. I used the 90D with the 15-85 as my wide kit both days. Usually I'd carry a 6Dii with a 24-105mm f/4L ii, so that's what I was comparing it against. But the FF rig stayed in the car the whole trip. I also carried a 5Div with a 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6L.

We had a couple of days between storms this week. All of Washington sat under a high pressure system, even the peninsula. I hadn't been all the way out to the tip in 30 years. If you've known a teenage girl in the last 10 years, you might know about Forks, Washington from the Twilight books and movies. The author picked that location because she did some research and it was the gloomiest place in America she could find. Twilight is about vampires. And Forks isn't even on the coast.

So anyway, it's hard to find a nice day on the OP coast in any season, but 2 days in November is magic. It was actually a little too nice. Skies were featureless. Still, take a look at the "Moonset" stuff I shot in the morning. I put a bunch of it out there today and most were made with the 90D and the 15-85.

When I go out specifically to shoot, go out to bring back pictures, I like my FF kit; 2 bodies, 2 L lenses. I kinda wish I'd used that this time. I know what to expect from that and I expect a lot.

On the other hand, if I'm shooting just because I'm out, I'm less demanding and compact is very important. Everything should go in smallish shoulder bag. My 90D setup with my new best friend, the 15-85mm, is more than adequate for that. Brought back pictures this time. That's my Photographer's Ride in the second picture.

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Nov 11, 2022 02:54 |  #2829

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That's my Photographer's Ride in the second picture.

You ride a fish?:-P


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Nov 12, 2022 10:38 |  #2830

90d can def do landscapes and just about anything really...

It plays well with Topaz if you're going > ISO 400 or just getting heavy on the processing.

That top photo would be a good candidate to try out lightroom on - you can click on mask, then sky selection - it will automatically select the sky for you, and then you can adjust that independently if you wish. You can then right click, duplicate, then click on the three dots, and select "invert" - this will then select the rest of the photo for adjustments and control.

This is what I usually go for rather than trying the tool to dodge/burn as a past methodology:

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I'm taking a family trip in January. I think I'm going to take a 90D and a 70-200 f/4. I've got an 18-135 that I like and use a lot. But it doesn't go to 15mm. That's the 24mm equiv on an APS-C body. I need a 24mm for travel.

I'd heard good things about the EFS 15-85mm zoom, but I'd never played with one. Went out on Ebay and got a used one for $150. I took it out for a couple of days and gave it a good workout.

I went on an overnight trip out to the far NW coast of Washington state on the Olympic Peninsula. I used the 90D with the 15-85 as my wide kit both days. Usually I'd carry a 6Dii with a 24-105mm f/4L ii, so that's what I was comparing it against. But the FF rig stayed in the car the whole trip. I also carried a 5Div with a 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6L.

We had a couple of days between storms this week. All of Washington sat under a high pressure system, even the peninsula. I hadn't been all the way out to the tip in 30 years. If you've known a teenage girl in the last 10 years, you might know about Forks, Washington from the Twilight books and movies. The author picked that location because she did some research and it was the gloomiest place in America she could find. Twilight is about vampires. And Forks isn't even on the coast.

So anyway, it's hard to find a nice day on the OP coast in any season, but 2 days in November is magic. It was actually a little too nice. Skies were featureless. Still, take a look at the "Moonset" stuff I shot in the morning. I put a bunch of it out there today and most were made with the 90D and the 15-85.

When I go out specifically to shoot, go out to bring back pictures, I like my FF kit; 2 bodies, 2 L lenses. I kinda wish I'd used that this time. I know what to expect from that and I expect a lot.

On the other hand, if I'm shooting just because I'm out, I'm less demanding and compact is very important. Everything should go in smallish shoulder bag. My 90D setup with my new best friend, the 15-85mm, is more than adequate for that. Brought back pictures this time. That's my Photographer's Ride in the second picture.




  
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Nov 14, 2022 14:08 |  #2831

Yesterday along the S. Platte River near Brighton, Colorado USA.
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Nov 17, 2022 02:30 |  #2832

From a recent walk...

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Nov 17, 2022 02:30 |  #2833

A different walk...

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Nov 17, 2022 20:19 |  #2834

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Dec 01, 2022 14:57 |  #2835

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