Eiffel Tower with Canon 16-35mm

posted on 2012.03.05, under Canon 5D Mark II, HDR Photos, Lens, Uncategorized
05:

Lens: EF16-35mm f/2.8L II USM
Camera: Canon 5D II
Location: Paris

MIRANDA OLDROYD, BOB HARPER, KATIE HOGAN

posted on 2012.03.03, under Canon 5D Mark II, portraits, Reviews, Uncategorized
03:

Shot with the Canon 8-15mm lens.
I really don’t like the distortion around the edges and regret using this lens.
I own this lens but rarely use it.  It is not a “sharp” lens.

 

 

Scottsdale insect in December

posted on 2012.02.20, under bugs, Canon 5D Mark II, insects, Photos
20:

Canon 5D
Canon MP-E 65mm
Canon Macro Flash MT 24 EX

Dan Bailey

posted on 2012.02.17, under Canon 5D Mark II, HDR Photos, Lens, portraits
17:

Dan Bailey swings a bat and gets a direct hit on a small bag of flower.

Mikko Salo – 2009 CrossFit Games Champion

posted on 2012.01.16, under Canon 5D Mark II, portraits
16:

Mikko Salo preparing for 2012 CrossFit Games at Rogue headquarters, Columbus Ohio.

CANON 5D, CANON 50mm lens, f/3.2, 1/250, ISO 800

Ferris Wheel in Paris

posted on 2012.01.04, under Canon 5D Mark II, landscape, Photos, Uncategorized
04:

Also known as La Grande Roue.

CANON 5D – ISO 1250, F11, 1/60, Canon 16-35mm lens

Man and Canine

posted on 2011.12.31, under Canon 5D Mark II, Lens, Photos, portraits, Zeiss
31:

Canon 5D
Zeis 50 (2.0)
Elinchrom Ranger 

 

Rich Froning – fittest man alive

posted on 2011.12.12, under Canon 5D Mark II, portraits
12:

Rich Froning and one of his training partners, EZ, finishing a short sprint WOD (1000 meter row,
10 muscle ups, for time) in 2011 just a couple months before Rich’s 2011 CrossFit Games victory.

Arc De Triomphe

posted on 2011.12.05, under Canon 5D Mark II, HDR Photos, Lens
05:

My favorite element in this photo is the people standing on top of the ADT.

Canon 5D
Canon 100mm macro 2.8
ISO 100
f/32
.4000s

 

Canon 16-35mm at Santa Monica Pier

posted on 2011.11.29, under Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 7D, HDR Photos, landscape, Photos
29:

My favorite lens is the Canon 24mm and yet I did not bring it on this shoot.  Sometimes the “favorite” lens just doesn’t fit in the kit
and tough decisions have to be made.

I only had room for 3 lens and two bodies on this trip.  I brought the Canon 16-35, Canon 100mm Macro and the Canon MP-E 65mm macro.

These lens matched on the Canon 5D (full frame) and the Canon 7D (1.6 crop sensor) give me great range of  16-56MM and 100-160mm

This kit will be good for landscapes, portraits and of course remarkable macro shots.

I have also brought two flashes including Canon’s macro MR-14EX ring flash.

The above shot was taken from Lowes hotel, 7th floor, Santa Monica using the 16-35 on the Canon 5D.

pagetop