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I am strictly a hobbyist and am looking for an affordable way to increase my capabilities. I mostly shoot wildlife, landscape, and macro. I would love to be able to get closer in on the wildlife and any enhancement I can do in macro intrigues me. Not sure what would happen with the wide angle. I shoot with a common 60D and the following lenses: 70-200 Cannon zoom (1:2.8), Tamron 10-24 (1:3.5-4.5) wide angle, Cannon 100 (1:2.8) Macro, and a couple of cheap Cannon kit lenses 75-300 zoom and 18-55 EFS (that I rarely use). I’m told I could use the teleconverter with both my zoom and my macro lens and that it should definitely be a cannon. I’m wondering what I give up here. Is there distortion or loss of clarity? Can someone with experience help me sort through this? Thanks!
The Moment of Judgement is at Hand
As cross as this judge may look holding onto the cat's throat, no animals were injured during the production (or post-production) of this image.
Fishing in Comfort
This woman was delighted to have her picture taken.
Feedback if you please
I'm in the process of trying new things. Let me know if you think this one is working
Seven Moon shots from last night.
Nikon P900, great camera for moon shots.
Galveston scene with a hint of Topaz
Lens for Canon 7D
What is a good walk around lens for the Canon 7D?
Some Bowling Photos
Took these using Matrix Metering and BBF
Pittsburgh in the distance - B&W
I took this last week from a vantage point just outside of Belleview. The day was dreary and colorless so I converted the image to B&W.
An immature white ibis is making the change to all white.