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Old Apr 30, 2010, 8:57 AM   #1
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Default Some shots from our recent trip to France...

Thanks for looking guys!
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All shot with my 1D MK II...

1. Nice

Canon 15mm Fisheye
f/8
1/1600
ISO 400


2. The view from Antibes

Canon 28-70mm @ 70
f/8
1/200
ISO 400


3. Somewhere between Nice and Monaco

Canon 15mm Fisheye
f/8
1/2500
ISO 400


4. Eze

Sigma 12-24mm @ 12
f/13
1/250
ISO 200


5. Monaco

Canon 28-70mm @ 48
f/8
1/800
ISO 400


6. Casino Monti Carlo

Canon 15mm Fisheye (goofed on the settings)
f/4
1/8000
ISO 400

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Old Apr 30, 2010, 3:51 PM   #2
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Really spectacular photos. Camera and lenses info?
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Thanks Ordo! All were shot with my 1D MK II. I added my settings to the photos

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Great shots, love the pano with the snow capped mounting in the back ground. Boat shot I presume. If so very impressive stitching.

Interesting view with the fisheye.

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Wow..great travelog. Your use of the eye is great...I especially like the one of the Casino Monte Carlo. You have a good eye!
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really great travel set. i am not normally a fisheye look fan, but you used it well here.
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Thanks shoturtle! The pano was shot at shore. Just a little to the left of where this was taken. I cropped the image down. I'm not very good at stitching

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Interesting view with the fisheye.

Love the white RR.
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Thanks jelpee! That casino shot happened so fast I didn't have time to reset the aperture or shutter speed. Lucky for me I was able to recover it in DPP.

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Thanks Hards80! I definitely went overboard with the fisheye on this trip. At times I forget I had my 12-24 Was using the fisheye as a wide angle lens

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Old Jun 13, 2010, 9:01 PM   #10
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cmoy:
Having seen the whole French Riviera a few years back, all I can say is you have captured the beauty it offers in a splendid manner.
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