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Old 03-23-2009, 11:35 AM
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We spent the better part of last week exploring Northern Arizona -- a sort of "staycation" for the kids' spring break -- visiting both familiar sites we've long enjoyed, such as Sedona, as well as places we've never been despite them being just a couple hours away, such as Meteor Crater National Monument (or Park or whatever).

While conditions were never ideal for photography -- flat light from overcast skies, lots of haze, midday, etc -- I did manage to take around 300 "family vacation snapshots" with the new 5DII. I thought I'd share a few here, not because they are photographically or technically outstanding, but because they represent relatively unprocessed, straight-from-the-camera examples out of the 5DII ... with which I'm hugely impressed.

All of the following were batch processed through Adobe Bridge using only RAW conversion tweaks via ACR and modest USM after resize through PS CS4; no "hands on" post processing of any sort in PS on any of these. Think of them as equivalent to LR2 processed ... since that's effectively what they amount to. I will undoubtedly revisit a number of these for further processing Rob O style, since a few have potential.

I also took maybe a dozen photos (tripod mounted, golden hour, set up, panos and vertos kinda stuff) and will be processing those over the next week or two.

All shot with 5DII + 24-70 f/2.8L + CirPol (only combo I used the entire trip).

EXIF: f/8.0, 0.008 sec (1/125), ISO 100, 45 mm


EXIF: f/2.8, 0.002 sec (1/640), ISO 100, 46 mm


EXIF: f/8.0, 0.006 sec (1/160), ISO 100, 30 mm


EXIF: f/4.0, 0.002 sec (1/640), ISO 100, 24 mm


EXIF: f/8.0, 0.017 sec (1/60), ISO 100, 24 mm


EXIF: f/4.0, 0.017 sec (1/60), ISO 400, 48 mm


EXIF: f/4.0, 0.02 sec (1/50), ISO 400, 48 mm


EXIF: f/8.0, 0.01 sec (1/100), ISO 200, 24 mm


EXIF: f/8.0, 0.004 sec (1/250), ISO 400, 24 mm


EXIF: f/2.8, 0.001 sec (1/1250), ISO 400, 24 mm


EXIF: f/4.0, 0.001 sec (1/1250), ISO 400, 57 mm


EXIF: f/8.0, 0.01 sec (1/100), ISO 100, 24 mm
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Nice Rob, congrats on the new camera. Looking forward to seeing some of the others.

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Nice looking labs by the way. Your white lab looks just like mine did when she was a puppy. =)

Here are mine from this weekend. Please note that these pictures were taken right smack in the middle of the day and are not great pictures.

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nice!!! I wish I had the dough for one of those.. I love your Post procs too!
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I really need to learn how to take a good picture. Incredible.
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