Beachcomber by Marion  Cullen

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He uses a metal detector to find hidden treasures, I use my camera. :)


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  • PhotogeniquE IPA
    PhotogeniquE IPAabout 5 years ago

    looks great in B&W

  • JimFilmer
    JimFilmerabout 5 years ago

    like your low down perspective and depth of field Marion

  • frogster
    frogsterabout 5 years ago

    Nicely done Marion

  • Trish Woodford
    Trish Woodfordabout 5 years ago

    Wonderful dof marion, great candid :))

  • Elizabeth Bravo
    Elizabeth Bravoabout 5 years ago

    I agree with Trish….Depth of field is just brilliant on this one. I love that you also captured someone staring at him…..great job!

  • Wendi Donaldson
    Wendi Donaldsonalmost 5 years ago

    Great candid-man-in-action shot, Marion….super DOF too.

  • Thank you dear Wendi, my favorite lens in action again.

    – Marion Cullen

  • JanT
    JanTalmost 5 years ago

    Another good visual story, Marion, with off-center subject and appealing shallow dof. What is your favorite lens, if I might ask?

  • My sincerest thanks Jan! At the moment I’m in love with the Cannon EF 70-200mm 2.8 L, especially for this type of work but I’m also Impressed that that it can do things this too Tiny Dancer
    Am also just getting to know my newest piece of glass the EF 50mm 1.4, it too is an impressive lens but more in the way of portraiture.

    – Marion Cullen

  • JanT
    JanTalmost 5 years ago

    An 70-200mm f/2.8 sounds a tad heavy and well worth the weight, from this example, Marion. I wonder how my Nikkor 50mm f/1.4 compares to a Canon. I’m not a staunch brand enthusiast; just inherited Nikon lenses way back when and now it seems too pricey to switch. Off to see Tiny Dancer!

  • I know someone who also shoots with the a 50mm Nikkor f1.4, it too is a fabulous performer. When I switched to a DSLR 2 years ago, the only reason I went with Canon was because I loved the image quality of the EF L series lenses and eventually wanted to upgrade the body to one with a full frame sensor which this series would allow me to do. I have a couple more lenses to add to the kit before that happens and am more than willing to wait for them. For now I am more than happy with the three I have and still use my Panasonic FZ50 point & shoot for much of my macro work.

    – Marion Cullen

    BIRGlTTAalmost 5 years ago

    Haha…he’s not even hiding that metal detector, is he?!

  • Bobby Dar
    Bobby Darover 4 years ago

    image is black but result is pure golden

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