Nice creative framing.
Will defintetly clash with my 22ct jeweled encrusted chains, bracelets, rings and watch that I wear daily. If they could add a few rubies and diamonds I would be interested.
Taken from a kayak, Rossville, Staten Island, NY
I didn't think she slammed the 7D mark2, althought the cropped sensor is a negative for her from the get go. There are many Pros in her evaluation of the 7D2 with cost being at the top of the list.
When you are used to shooting with the EOS-1D X and 5Dmark 3 it's easy to see why the 7D2 has not got her too excited, or not exited at all. She did like the 7Dm2 much more than the original 7D, that I own and always thought of it a very capable camera. However I also prefer my older 5Dm2 in most circumstances.
I appreciate her impressions and if anything they helped confirm my intentions to, when I upgrade my Canon bodies, to buy the 5Dm3 over the the 7Dm2 in spite of the price difference of approx $800.00.
My very first digital camera was 2 mp Canon S 100. Think it was called Ixus, not to be confused with ISIS, ...my how the world has changed. After buying only Canon, powershot, G series, and DSLR's for years, I bought RX100, my first Sony and it is my favorite small camera. Not to comfortable with the "pocket or non pocketable" semantics as this does depend on how tight one wears ones jeans.I like this from Canon, will compare it closely with the RX III at B&H when it arrives. I don't use the flash much on the RX100 but when I do I bounce it, Canon should provide that option. The lack of viewfinder is something I got used to with the Sony. The 100mm at 2.8 is nice.
Just love surprises. Let's see, something white, or maybe black, with a red ring around it, who knows?
Put a big a smile on my face, got bigger as I went through the photos.
The wreck.with the divers in the background is my favorite. I like the lobster shot. Like to eat them too.
Impressive shots. Give a lot of credit to those models too.
Very nice work. Congratulations.
JCM001: Pitty, the high ISO.
Osprey was in the shade and I shot the picture from a boat so I needed as fast a shutter speed as possible. Sometimes we need to work with what we have. Thanks for the comment.
cmantx: Congratulations on a well deserved 1st place. I even like the drain pipe. ;)
Thank you, it is a pretty nice drain pipe.
Very creative image. Well done.
High tide, high seas, low clouds, low light. Perfect!
Good work George.
Second place, but still a winner in my eyes.
Very nice. Should be an inspiration to all, young, and old artists alike. I like his quote, " Hard work will outperform talent any day of the week". How true.
She's got "The right stuff" and very nice work indeed.
Very nice shot. Congrats.