Here's a couple from Yosemite. I'm in the middle of importing and flagging, but I've processed these two so far.
Nevada Falls from Glacier Point. Uncropped. Taken with the 500mm mirror lens at f/8, 1/1000sec, ISO 1000. The vignetting is natural shadow from the spires of granite on the West end of the Yosemite Valley.
Anyone who says mirror lenses suck for sharpness is full of crap.
Half Dome from Glacier Point. Uncropped. Taken with the 50mm prime at f/8, 1/100sec, ISO 100.
Here's a couple more from Yosemite, as I'm processing them today.
Upper Yosemite Falls from the valley floor. 60mm, f/8, 1/160sec, ISO 400.
Half Dome's Eastern slope. You can see hikers hauling themselves up and down the cables if you look closely. This was taken at Olmsted Point using the 70-200 with a 2x teleconverter, and the image is cropped from the full frame. Actual data for the image is 310mm, f/8, 1/400sec, ISO200.
Sunset on the Yosemite Valley from Glacier Point. 35mm, f/8, 1/250sec, ISO 400.
For giggles, I raked in a couple HDR's during my trip to Yosemite. It's been SO LONG since I did any HDR work!!
I looked for images with high contrast or where I could use the sun in-frame to my advantage. Came out with some neat stuff, I think:
now that the season's over, i put my paparazzi style shots of the Kings on my blog
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