Focus is just right. Some of your best 😀
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Thanks I am loving the new lens.
Nice photos! Very moody
Nice – fog has an ambiance all it’s own.
Thanks . It was well above freezing and raining a mist.
Which lens are you using?
The CANON EF 70-200MM F/4L
Love love love this one. You keep topping yourself every time. Gorgeous shot
Thank you I like the mood of it . The new glass really makes a big difference.
It’s breathtaking. I so have to learn this.
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Thank you . After spending a summer behind a macro lens, everything seems worthy of a picture taken. Which makes for no shortage of content. 🙂
I hear you and that’s great. Like you said, you won’t run out of subjects….let’s say…ever :). Keep up the beautiful work and keep inspiring us.
Dude are you using a Canon Rebel Series? The name Rebel, or there any other Reason☺, Just asked of Curiosity 😉
Your Clicks are really Amazing 😃 I must Say☺👍👍
Yes we are using rebel cameras, and that is why we have rebel in our names . And thank you.
Though basic they are good Cams, me too had one Canon 1300D😉 and I was indeed one of my Favorites too😃
I bought a t5 last Christmas. I am still a noob , yet thoroughly enjoying myself. I have put my money towards lenses and gear. In the next year I will probably upgrade camera. Or buy a 100-400mm or the 400mm . i think I would still rather the lenses . 🙂
You are better off investing in lenses. Any decent camera can take the pictures you want, but no camera is better than the piece of glass on it. Just be sure you want to keep using the full sized DSLR camera.
My granddaughter is utterly hooked on her T3, which I gave her five years ago. I’ve offered to upgrade it, but she loves that camera … so I’ve gotten her lenses. If she finally decides she’s ready for newer Canon, the lenses will fit on it too.
Thanks for the advise Marilyn . From what I have seen L lens is all I crave. 🙂
A good lens is always a decent investment. AND you can resell lenses for much more money than you can resell old cameras 🙂
That is so true. Rebel girls xsi rebel was $800 Ten years ago. Mine I bought last year with the 28-55 kit lens and the 75- 300 mm for $399 and my camera has way better features and Megapixel. The marketers have completely roped me in now however. I’m hooked 🙂
As long as you can handle the big camera. I got to a point where my wrists just screamed “No no!” And down I went to the Olympus 4/3 — and I’m really happy there.
I don’t really find The camera shell heavy. My new lens the 70- 200 mm is so light . But I added a neutral density filter and noticed it felt very top heavy. You would’t believe how compact it is with the 40 mm pancake lens on it.
The older models were heavier than the new ones, I think … and we didn’t have any pancake lenses! They were HEAVY.
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