Tag Archives: canon

22 May
Never drop another lens cap again with Backer Capper

The folks over at camarush.com, have a project for a product, called “Backer Capper”, on kickstarter that would eliminate the need for a third hand. It’s a pain to switch out lens cap when you are out in the field. If the goal of $20,000 is raised by June 16, 2012, we could see this

22 Mar
Once in a life time

Photograph by Marina Cano, (portfolio) Location: Cabarceno Natural Park, Cantabria, Spain (google maps) (wiki) Date: April 18, 2008 Camera: Canon EOS 1D Mark III (Amazon) Focal Length: 300mm Shutter Speed: 1/125 sec Aperture: f/9 ISO/Film: 500 Note: Marina Cano captured a group of Ankoles (wiki) in the rain in Cabarceno Natural Park, Cantabria, Spain. This

17 Mar
First Light on Mt. Victoria

© Paul Zizka Photograph by Paul Zizka, (portfolio) Location: Banff National Park, British Columbia, Canada (google maps) (wiki) Date: September 25, 2011 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II (Amazon) Focal Length: 17mm Shutter Speed: 1/30 sec Aperture: f/4 ISO/Film: 320 Note: Paul Zizka captured this stunning view of a mountain climber on Mount Victoria in

09 Mar
The Guardian of the Ties

© Piyamin Thanutaksorn Photograph by Juan Pixelecta, (portfolio) Location: Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain (google maps) (wiki) Date: July 4, 2010 Camera: Canon EOS 400D (Amazon) Focal Length: 60mm (Macro) Shutter Speed: 1/320 sec Aperture: f/5.6 ISO/Film: 400 Note: Juan Pixelecta captured this gray fly on a mass of snails. The soft ambient lighting gives a calm sensation

02 Mar
Y

© Jean-Philippe Meurice Photograph by Jean-Philippe Meurice, (portfolio) Date: December 8, 2009 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II (Amazon) Focal Length: 17mm Shutter Speed: 25 sec Aperture: f/8 ISO/Film: 100 Tripod: Yes Note: Jean-Philippe Meurice captured this photo of an interesting dock path over a pond. The “Y” shape of the dock gives the viewer