Canon 7d mark ii – Flame trees and cockatoos in Lightroom CC

Its Autumn in Sydney where the temperatures are starting to drop in sync with the autumn leave falling from the trees. Today I found two great signals autumn and winter had taken hold – flame trees and Cockatoos. Click all pictures for bigger view. The 7dmkii is certainly a great camera for capturing many subjects, even in what was once considered poor lighting. Lightroom does a very good job of processing the raw files and you can see for yourself the end result. Considering most of these are also cropped considerably from the originals, the images hold up very well indeed. As usual, there is always the retrospective thoughts about how I should have taken these shots. Maybe a high sync flash would have helped, but then again its difficult to have all your gear in every situation.

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7d mk ii 1/1000, iso 2000, f8, 200mm with 70-200 f4 IS, raw processed in Lightroom CC
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7d mk ii 1/1000, iso 2000, f8, 200mm with 70-200 f4 IS, raw processed in Lightroom CC
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7d mk ii 1/1000, iso 2000, f8, 200mm with 70-200 f4 IS, raw processed in Lightroom CC
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7d mk ii 1/1000, iso 2000, f8, 200mm with 70-200 f4 IS, raw processed in Lightroom CC
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7d mk ii 1/1000, iso 2000, f8, 200mm with 70-200 f4 IS, raw processed in Lightroom CC
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7d mk ii 1/1000, iso 2000, f8, 200mm with 70-200 f4 IS, raw processed in Lightroom CC
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7d mk ii 1/1000, iso 2500, f8, 200mm with 70-200 f4 IS, raw processed in Lightroom CC
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7d mk ii 1/1000, iso 4000, f8, 200mm with 70-200 f4 IS, raw processed in Lightroom CC
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7d mk ii 1/1000, iso 3200, f8, 200mm with 70-200 f4 IS, raw processed in Lightroom CC

 

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