fredlatchaw

fredlatchaw

Lives in United States Seattle, United States
Joined on Jan 2, 2012

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  • You got some nice shots. Strangely enough, my favorite is the pencil. Getting that long of a shadow from that low of an object takes some doing!
  • Very nice. I especially like the first one; I have a fondness for monochrome.
  • JJ Rodin wrote: Have used it a couple times since putting on a cut to size generic screen protector. I did put sensitivity to maximum via menu, but actually do not know if I need it but it works...
  • barryhk wrote: I do have the 11-22 mounted most of the time and still manage to carry it in my coat pocket... probably I have a big coat pocket. :D I need to adjust my mindset to 'zoom with legs'...
  • BobT wrote: So what caught your eye in this image to suggest that the "miniaturize" filter was used? I just got my "M" a couple days ago. So I'm a true newbie with this camera. The bottom of the...
  • Digital Shutterbug wrote: No problem using the touchscreen. There is about two inches between the LCD and lens. Plenty of room to get a thumb or finger in there. Your thumb/finger will be in focus...
  • That's very nice. Looks to me like you used the miniaturize custom filter, best use of it that I've ever seen. Beautiful effect.
  • Digital Shutterbug wrote: PhotoKhan wrote: Teaser. (Full report in a few days) :-) PK I'm guessing that you like it? Sure sounds like it.
  • Nice. I love the shot of the trees.
  • Alastair Norcross wrote: fredlatchaw wrote: Edmund Dorf wrote: I had to order this a la carte as the main menu was a little exotic. There is bacon rolled into the rolls. Bacon in the sweet...
  • Edmund Dorf wrote: I had to order this a la carte as the main menu was a little exotic. There is bacon rolled into the rolls. Bacon in the sweet rolls? Where did you find this? I may have to come...
  • IGotShot wrote: Do you guys use lens caps? I'm thinking of getting rid of it in place of a hood. Hood and cap both live on my lenses.
  • BobT wrote: I just discovered that Kenko makes a screen protector specifically for the EOS-M, and is available through B&H. I'm thinking about trying it. But first, does such a protective film...
  • IGotShot wrote: With a full range of EF lens that can be used via the adapter, why would Canon want to spend the effort on EF-M lens? Because, with all the Ms and M2s out there, there is now a...
  • BobT wrote: Anyone with suggestions for a LCD screen protector for the "M"? There's a few of them available via Amazon. I have one on order.
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    Very, very nice. I especially like the fanlight, and the magazines. Terrific pictures!
  • Markintosh wrote: Icypeak wrote: I ordered one from Henry's in Canada over 3 weeks ago, and hadn't heard a thing since then. I called them yesterday and was told that it was on back-order, and...
  • JoeWall wrote: I went out on a super cold winter morning I'm happy with this shot, especially how the orange lights from the bridge illuminate the scene through the fog Montreal 7am - Canon EOS-M...
  • Michael Eckstein wrote: EOS-M with EF-S 18/135 Shoreline Reflections Nice. I'm not much into telephoto, and this lens seems ideal for the M. How do you like its handling?
  • MrSingh wrote: Bought the EOS-M with the amazing 22mm to replace a superzoom camera....thought you'd need a big pause over there! Really impressed with the capability of the 22mm for portraits or...
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