I’m on a mission to capture a sharp image of a dragon fly. I’ve been inspired by one of my contacts on Flickr who captured a really awesome (really sharp) image of one. We have a couple of ponds at work and I’ve been hanging out at one for a little bit after work. These are 2 of the best I shot the other day.
Not as sharp as I’d like, but then again I don’t have a $1500-2500 lens.
On Thursday June 13th we had a pretty rough storm around 6:30pm. I was on my way home when I took this. Hadn’t quite experienced the worst of it at this point. When I got home, right as I pulled infront of my house, the skys opened and dropped marbles of ice for a few minutes. Luckily, no dammage.
I rented a Canon 7D for my beach trip this year.
I also rented a couple of lenses (Tokina 11-16mm 2.8 & Canon 18-200mm).
This was my second rental from Lensgiant.com.
This image was shot with the 7D and the Canon 18-200mm (f5.0, 1/250, ISPO400).
I fired off about 16 shots (sounded like a machine gun going off!)
and made this out of 8 of them.
Shot this at the Myrtle Beach State Park Pier at 7:01am on August 9, 2012.
i rented a canon 7D, tokina 11-16mm f2.8, canon 18-200mm lens, and some other stuff for my beach trip in august (flash & filters). before I shipped it off on monday, I thought I’d take some pictures around five stones with the wide angle (tokina lens).
this is one of my favorites.
11-16mm 2.8 lens @ f4 @ ISO1600, processed in Lightroom 3.6
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i rented the camera and lenses from Lensgiant.com. this was my second time renting from them and i will rent again and again!
by far, the best price for the rental time and the easiest rental experience I’ve ever had (with any kind of rental!)
i highly recommend them!