Monthly Archives: September 2007

Moto X

I was at the Motocross Championship R6 hosted by North Dublin Motorcycle Club in Gormonston, Co. Meath today. The Canon was firing non-stop. I took about 950 images and am well pleased with the performance of the camera and myself as this was the first real sports photography shoot besides for the Marathon work I do for ASI that is.

I converted this image into a B&W photograph bacause I like the way her eyes stand out better than the colour version. You can see the colour version and some more images posted on The PhotoRoom forum website by clicking on the Moto X headline.

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Moto X

I was at the Motocross Championship R6 hosted by North Dublin Motorcycle Club in Gormonston, Co. Meath today. The Canon was firing non-stop. I took about 950 images and am well pleased with the performance of the camera and myself as this was the first real sports photography shoot besides for the Marathon work I do for ASI that is.

I converted this image into a B&W photograph bacause I like the way her eyes stand out better than the colour version. You can see the colour version and some more images posted on The PhotoRoom forum website by clicking on the Moto X headline.

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Sarah & Canon 1D mkIII

This is a image of my daughter Sarah out on her skates tonight.
The image was taken with my new Canon EOS 1D mkIII and the 70-200 F2.8 L IS lens.

The details are as follows:-
ISO 400
1/100 sec @ F4.0
AL Servo focus
200mm focal length.
Hand Held.

I don’t know what people are going on about a focus problem.

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Sarah & Canon 1D mkIII

This is a image of my daughter Sarah out on her skates tonight.
The image was taken with my new Canon EOS 1D mkIII and the 70-200 F2.8 L IS lens.

The details are as follows:-
ISO 400
1/100 sec @ F4.0
AL Servo focus
200mm focal length.
Hand Held.

I don’t know what people are going on about a focus problem.

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What The Duck

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What The Duck

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LensWork

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