Now, for this week’s photo. I retook a picture of the same dog before he moved. But this time, zoomed in at 400mm to show a close-up. Both of these photos were shot in the course of a few seconds, which really highlights the wonderful auto-focus on the 1D Mark IV.
One of the lenses in my bag that rarely gets used is my 100-400mm lens. While walking the streets of San Miguel, I discovered this dog at rest. This week’s shot shows the lens when used at 100mm.
I have the first round of photos edited and uploaded. Whoa – there is a lot to do here…everything will ultimately be posted in this Flickr set. So you can start looking now at this URL: http://www.flickr.com/photos/rdonovan/collections/72157626351549717/
And check back often as I’ll be updating it as I can go through the rest of the photos. I’ll also do some specific posts on specific photos or sets as well as I have time.
In the meantime, hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I did throughout the entire photographic process!
I am back. Had a wonderful time. Took several thousand photos. Some of the highlights included dusk, the downtown skyline, walking around downtown, the churches at Antonilco, and the botanical garden. It will take me some time to process it all and upload – especially given that my DSL is too slow (thank you Bell Canada) for doing this at home. But stay tuned – I think this is some of the best yet…the new 24-70 and 70-200 lenses with the 1D Mark IV absolutely rocked – as did the old standbys of 16-35 and 100-400.
It’s overdue. Today, I’m off to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico – for the first vacation in 5 years. The camera is armed and ready.