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Goodbye Autumn

After the bad weather intermission and me being away for one week, I rushed to this lovely spot to catch some of the last fall colors. Most leaves were down already, but some still showed their beauty on this slope of the rock wall.

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Location: Vorderer Gosausee, Austria [link]
Date: October 27th, 2009
Light Conditions: Sunny
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Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Lens: Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM
Focal Length: 185 mm

Shutter Speed: 3.2 sec
Aperture: 16.0
ISO: 100

Tripod: Feisol CT-3402
Tripod Head: Acratech Ultimate Ballhead

Filters: Hoya Pro1 Digital Circular Polarizer Slim

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mrh Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2010
Fabulous!
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:iconjakespain:
JakeSpain Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Amazing!
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FlippinPhil Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2009  Professional Photographer
That's just excellent.
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:iconkielime:
KieLiMe Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
very pretty, so soft!
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:iconlori77:
lori77 Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2009
Simple and beautiful. Simply beautiful.
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2009  Professional Photographer
Thanks.
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:iconalban-expressed:
alban-expressed Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2009
I love the larches. Their needles turn to golden yellow before the fall. Nice picture.
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2009  Professional Photographer
Thank you
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:icondanuk86:
danUK86 Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2009   General Artist
awesome colours :nod:
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:iconswampmist:
SwampMist Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2009
yes, yes, yes!
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:iconevamcdermott:
EvaMcDermott Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2009  Professional Photographer
Fantastic color and detail Andreas..... as usual! Beautiful work.
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2009  Professional Photographer
Thanks, Eva. One day I will post it on NPN as well.
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:iconpestilence:
pestilence Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2009  Professional Photographer
Damn I thought initially it was a Guy upload! :)
Congrats mate! fantastic! :) :)
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2009  Professional Photographer
Of course I take this as a compliment. Thanks, Kostas.
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DrewHopper Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2009  Professional Photographer
Teasing me with shots like these, not long now and I'll have the 70-200 f/2.8

This is beautiful mate!
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AndreasResch Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2009  Professional Photographer
Thanks, Drew. If you use the lens for landscape photography only, you might go for the f/4. It's slighty sharper and much lighter than the f/2.8
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DrewHopper Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2009  Professional Photographer
I was going with the f/2.8 for landscapes as well as some portraits or even wildlife if I can reach it at 200mm. I do however like the price of the f/4.
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AndreasResch Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2009  Professional Photographer
As soon as moving object are involved the f/2.8 has a reason. Otherwise f/4 is the better choice. Just think about if you need the extra stop. The whole 70-200mm array is great for sure.
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DrewHopper Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2009  Professional Photographer
The extra stop will be nice in low light conditions, although I haven't compared prices with the f/4L. Is the f/4L IS cheaper than the f/2.8 non IS?
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JakeSpain Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
This has turned up some good info. I think I'll get the f4 IS personally. Great for landscapes, light, cheaper, smaller and sharper.
Afterall F2.8 or F4 is only the difference between iso 100 and 200 or 200 and 400 and I have no issue shooting at ISO 400 or higher....
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DrewHopper Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2009  Professional Photographer
Yeah valid point Jake. I'm going with the f/2.8 because I will be using it for some portrait work as well.
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AndreasResch Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2009  Professional Photographer
Here the f/4L IS is about 100 euros cheaper than the f/2.8 non-IS. I hardly ever use the IS though - never in landscape photography. For straight forward, tripod landscape photography the f/4 non-IS is the best and by far cheapest choice.
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DrewHopper Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2009  Professional Photographer
I know I'll be happy with the f/4 but I know I will also regret not getting the f/2.8, I suppose it's just a matter of increasing shutter speeds and ISO though. I'd prefer the 2.8 and mums buying it for my joint birthday/christmas present so yeah :)
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AndreasResch Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2009  Professional Photographer
Well then ... go for it ... ;)
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Canon EOS 5D Mark II
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32/10 second
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F/16.0
Focal Length
185 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Oct 27, 2009, 4:50:16 PM
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