See that peak way off in the distance? That’s the Watchman at Zion National Park.
I liked this composition…different than most others you see of the Watchman. Captured with Canon 5D and Canon 17-40 L.
This is one of those shots that everyone would tell you not to take. Shooting into the sun is usually a ‘no-no’. Who am I to listen to anyone? 🙂
I shot into the sun and captured this wonderful silloutte while at Bryce Canyon. Captured with Canon 5D with Canon 17-40 L handheld.
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Here’s a photo taken at the Grafton Utah ghost town, just outside of Zion National Park. We couldn’t get close to the buildings on the day we went but got a few decent shots. This was converted to black and white and a vignette added to it.
Captured with Canon 5D and Canon 17-40 L Handheld.
Spent a few minutes outside shooting some pictures of our ducks, geese and other birds using my new
Canon 5D and Canon 100-400mm lens. Below is one of the pictures…click through to see a few shots. The 5D isn’t really new…its a hand-me-down from my wife who recently got the Canon 5D Mark II…she won’t let me touch the Mark II 🙂
The EOS 5D Mark II has a stunning 21.1-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor with DIGIC 4 Image Processor, a vast ISO Range of 100-6400 (expandable to ISO L: 50, H1: 12800 and H2: 25600), plus EOS technologies like Auto Lighting Optimizer and Peripheral Illumination Correction. It supports Live View shooting, Live View HD videos, and more. It can shoot up to 3.9 fps, has 9 AF points plus 6 AF assist points, a new 98% coverage viewfinder, a 3.0-inch Clear View LCD (920,000 dots/VGA) and a rugged build
Can’t wait…1080p video and 21.1 megapixels.
We are a little worried about the ‘black dot’ problem that seems to exist, but it *seems* that it only appears in high ISO shots, which we usually stay away from.
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