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    Footbridge in Forest Park

    A fisheye shot using the old Canon f/2.8 15mm. I was pleased with how well this particular fisheye view suited both the setting...
  2. Re: Assignment 7: Slow it Down -- Congratulations travischance

    Yes, indeed. Congratulations!
  3. Re: Assignment 7: Slow it Down

    Yes, indeed. Wonderful set of photographs all round.
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    Re: Canon 5D mkII... now?

    Very good advice. Beyond that though, I say buy the 5D II. It is an excellent camera. I've had one for a year, and still gasp at the amazing photos it delivers.

    It's always difficult deciding...
  5. Re: Assignment 7: Slow it Down

    I'm sure she was - definitely a labor of love!
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    I'm sure she was - definitely a labor of love!
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    I love it! I hope your wife was suitably impressed! [:D]
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    The Mississippi River at the Chain of Rocks Low Water Dam, St. Louis

    Camera: Canon EOS 7D, EF-S17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM
    Exposure: 5...
  9. Re: Assignment 6: Vanishing Point -- Now Voting!

    Congratulations, Matt - your photograph was my personal favorite.
  10. Re: Assignment 6: Vanishing Point -- Now Voting!

    Excellent choices! I've cast my vote.[:)]
  11. Re: Assignment 6: Vanishing Point

    You're being too hard on yourself![:)] I think your photograph is both original and fabulous! I love the way you have used light.
  12. Re: 5DmkII or EF 70-200 f/2.8L IS: which one to buy first?

    I think you'll be happy with either choice (I own both). If it was me, I'd toss a coin. [:)]
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    Re: Do I need a monopod?

    I also do not use a monopod a lot (always preferring a tripod where possible), but the one lens I use mine most with is indeed the EF 100-400mm. It's very handy for steadying that lens in places...
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    Re: Arca-Swiss Z1 Decision

    I have the dual pan Arca-Swiss and a leveling Gitzo tripod - you could say that is angle-potential overkill, but I find the dual pan head very useful indeed. It's rock-solid too when locked. Possibly...
  15. Re: Assignment 6: Vanishing Point

    St. Charles County, Missouri, near the Confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. 5D II, Canon EF 15 mm f/2.8...
  16. Re: Assignment 6: Vanishing Point

    Couldn't agree more. Lovely stuff.

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    Re: Does anybody agree with this?

    No - not obsolete. Not only are there certain types of shot that require one to get anything approaching decent results (long exposures, panoramas etc.), merely having and setting up a tripod causes...
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    Re: 70-200 f2.8L IS

    As you yourself point out, getting the 70-200mm f/2.8L IS, will give you a wider aperture lens, always useful in terms of both low light and depth of field. I don't think you'll find the IQ of this...
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    Re: 7D Owners - Feedback Please...

    I've had the 7D since last November. I love it. I use it just as much as my 5D II and see no real world difference in quality between images from the two cameras for the bulk of my photography. Only...
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    Re: use it or loose it

    I think you raise an interesting point. I, myself, feel an initial reluctance after, having spent a lot of money on some camera or lens, to actually take it out into the real world where it gets...
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    Re: BG-E2N and Batteries on 50D

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    Re: eos 450d vs eos 50d

  23. Re: EF-S 15-85 f/3.5-5.6 is usm vs. EF 24-105 f/4 L on 7D

    I don't know about the EF-S 15-85 f/3.5-5.6, but I use a 24-105 f/4 L on my 7D for mid-range shooting biased to the long side. The image quality is excellent.

    That said, as Sheiky points out,...
  24. Re: Benro C-297M8 HVC Carbon Fiber Flexpod C-Series Tripod - Good or Bad Choice

    I'm only going to be partially helpful here as I don't know the Benro tripod and cannot give you an opinion on it. What I can say is that I've had the Gitzo GT2530LVL (since replaced by the...
  25. Re: EF 70-200 f/4L non-IS now, and/or 70-200 f/2.8 IS later?

    Go for instant gratification. I have both and even though I've had my 70-200mm f/2.8 IS for a couple of years, I still like to use the 70-200mm f/4 non-IS. Why? Because it is lighter and therefore...
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