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Old 01-26-2013, 07:39 AM   #2363
rsutton1223
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Originally Posted by Southtown57 View Post
For both pics the sky was captured using a Carl Zeiss ZF 35/2.0 at 2.0. They are both combined pictures for the landscape and sky. Amazing pics and I know the point you are trying to make though. Oh and about FF and crop. If I get the 5d iii I'm still keeping my 7D for the crop factor on my 70-200L.
Should have looked closer at the data. That lens is insane and it does throw off the EXIF data. I would love to shoot with one of those sometime. I am actually thinking about picking up a 7D to compliment my 5D3 as I miss having a crop sometimes.

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I don't believe those are his pics.
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They're not. He was just using them as an example. Here's Robb's page:

http://500px.com/rsutton1223
Yeah those weren't mine nor would I claim them to be. Just used as examples pertaining to ISO and f stops. That is also why I linked directly back to them as I didn't want anyone to get the wrong idea. xluben posted up my link. Mainly automotive for obvious reasons. I personally do not shoot a lot of landscapes as it is not something I am particularly good at. Landscapes take a TON of practice and a unique eye for it that I just haven't taken the time to really try to nail down for myself. I hope to in the future...just not something I have the time for now.

I did have some fun with something a little bit different than my norm yesterday though. Award winning Grand Champion BBQ in Alpharetta, GA. I would post more but I don't want you to drool all over your keyboard and try to lick the screen.


Falling off the Bone by rsutton198 | oneninety8.com, on Flickr
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