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BrianSkibinski Nov 11, 2005 6:53 PM

Well I've been browsing this forum for a while so I thought I'd post a few pics I took today. They were taken with my new 20D and I'm brand new to dSLRs. I used to shoot with a Sony DSC-W1, but I love the 20D. I've had it for about 2 weeks so be nice (but not too nice, I'm here to learn!)

I went to the viewing area of Gen. Mitchell International Airport (Milwaukee's main airport) and took some pics of a few planes coming in. All were taken at 1/1000 shutter priority mode at 100 ISO. I realize that this was still a little slow since there was a small amount of blurring. Also, these photos were handheld using my new 70-300 IS USM. I also plan to photoshop out the sun's reflective spots along the body of the plane, I just haven't had time. Thanks.

http://www.milwaukeereptiles.com/pho...1942_small.jpg

http://www.milwaukeereptiles.com/pho...1959_small.jpg

http://www.milwaukeereptiles.com/pho...1996_small.jpg

http://www.milwaukeereptiles.com/pho...1891_small.jpg

100% JPEG versions available at:
http://www.milwaukeereptiles.com/pho...lanes/1996.jpg
http://www.milwaukeereptiles.com/pho...lanes/1959.jpg
http://www.milwaukeereptiles.com/pho...lanes/1942.jpg
http://www.milwaukeereptiles.com/pho...lanes/1891.jpg

Thanks for any feedback/suggestions,

Brian Skibinski

Hards80 Nov 11, 2005 7:17 PM

i like the angle on the last shot! since its shot at a slight angle it gives the shot a little more feeling of movement.. looks like you are doing well with your new camera and lens..

thanks for sharing

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dustin

www.hardwickphotos.com


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