What’s the first thing you do with a new camera… grab your daughters nearest toy and shoot it at the highest ISO you can… just because you can
Warm CFL’s over head… 16-35mm f2.8 at 1/80 @ f8 (hand held)
Full frame image and a 100% crop at the focus point.
First test image off the Canon 5D mkIII. Taken at the Wynnum water front on a very grey and miserable day in sunny QLD. This image is straight out of the camera with with just the inbuilt Landscape Profile in ACR applied.
The detail at the birds is great. I’ll post up a 100% crop when I get back into the studio later but I have to pop out for a few hours now.
Oh, and the high ISO is phenomenal. Shot one last night at 25600 ISO and at a first glance it would be a clearer shot than my old Fuji Press 800 neg film I used to shoot my basketball on.
Strike while the iron hit huh… PC’s had a shipment arrive today so I figured I better get in before stock runs out.
Here’s my beautiful assistant sporting the new goods.
Nothing like leaving things to the last minute!!
QAPPA entries are done and on their way to the awards.
Only two entries this year… I don’t know if it’s a good thing or a bad thing but this year has been soooo busy that I haven’t had any time to get stuck in and shoot any specific award images.
Wednesday had a large crew descend onto the Broncos Leagues Club car park for a day of photography.
Here’s a short time-lapse of setting up the 4 sets we needed for all the days scenarios.
Adding a couple images to galleries and this one caught my eye.
Not what I was hoping to see considering I have about 5 days of photography that requires not only no rain… but blue skys
Snapped this ordinary scene in the Valley this morning while waiting for the client and talent to turn up.