Here is my favorite so far.. Looks a little bether in full ress.
It was one of the first shots i was ever happy with. And i got it hanging on the wall in my living room
Joined Jul 2010
Joined Jan 2009
Location: Surrey, UK
Jul 17, 2010 09:33 as a reply to @ Con's post |
First some amazing shots here and even the personal ones with backstories made me glow.
2. All these shots were taken on holiday in Kenya, had the 7D a few days before I flew out so learning on the job. Just love this shot.
3. This was perhaps the greatest moment of my life. Having just watched this lion at a waterhole we parked up next to a rock. I am in the front of a land rover with the roof off and the window open. The lion walked over to the rock and sat down so close to us I could have leant out the window and touched it. He looked right at me as he sat down, I was so excited I could hardly breath. Took lots of photo's but this is perhaps my all time favourite.
FredEric NorrisFred Eric Norris
Joined Jul 2009
This is hard, I'll just post one of my favs
Joined Jul 2010
Location: Louisville, Ky
Jul 29, 2010 21:09 as a reply to @ Fred Eric Norris's post |
Like most of you I can't just pick one picture. These were taken at Thunder Over Louisville with my 7D which I had literally bought that week and I'm so glad I didn't wait.
Canon 7D, Canon 1DsII
Cream of the Crop
Joined Sep 2007
Location: Sitting atop the castle, Edinburgh, Scotland
Probably this one
Was out very early one morning with the camera (after dropping people off at the airport for a 7am flight) so I happened to catch the dawn.
It gave me absolutely perfect light for the monument but the shot was made so much better when the person sat down in mid frame - talk about right place and right time!
Having a camera makes you no more a photographer than having a hammer and some nails makes you a carpenter - Claude Adams
Out buying Wheaties
Gallery: 14 photos
Joined Dec 2009
Location: Canada, Ontario, Milton
Jul 30, 2010 11:53 as a reply to @ neilwood32's post |
I still don’t have my best photo yet.
Joined Jun 2005
Location: Crete, IL.
Joined Jun 2010
Location: Atlanta. GA
Jul 31, 2010 10:36 as a reply to @ Sledhed's post |
Never posted a photo here so hope they show up. The one of the monkey was taken at the Atlanta Zoo about 1985ish. Kinda says something about humanity and how animals can feel trapped and neglected, this sux.
Good photographers learn it is not what you are looking at, but what you see...............
Joined May 2006
Location: San Francisco, CA
Aug 01, 2010 11:09 as a reply to @ no1photo's post |
I really like this picture. Not that I think it is technically perfect (the harsh shadows is something I really regret about this picture, should have used a fill flash) but I just love the expression on her face as well as the general sharpness of the picture.
Canon 5D3, Leica M6, Fujifilm x100 & Olympus E-M5 | Walkabout Street
Joined Nov 2009
Location: College Park, Md.
Aug 01, 2010 11:18 as a reply to @ BrianS's post |
I just love this one. Canon 5D with 70-200 f/2.8 1/80 at 1600 ISO, 145mm.
1D III 5D II 5D | 580 EX II x 2
Joined Jul 2010
Location: QC Philippines
i have 2.
2. a flower vendor in Baguio, Philippines.
Joined Aug 2009
Aug 01, 2010 12:26 as a reply to @ treck_dialect's post |
Here's (one of) mine...
50D / XT (backup) / 17-85mm / 24-70mm f/2.8 L / 50mm f/1.8 / 2- 430 EX Speedlite and a Fonger (I know most photogs hate it, but I like it!) / Everything else I use... I rent!
Joined Jun 2007
Location: Espoo, Finland
Gallery: 11 photos
Joined Oct 2009
Location: Hudson, NC
Aug 01, 2010 12:59 as a reply to @ Rd. Vortex's post |
Joined Dec 2007
Location: Key West, Fl
This was one of my first pictures taken with my first dslr. Didn't know what everything meant on it, just knew how to shoot. Now that I know what I am doing, uh huh, I try and replicate some of the shots where there was no thought involved and for some reason, it never replicates the thrill of those shots when I was learning.