My trusty Canon PowerShot SX200 IS @ ISO 800, f3.4, 1/8th of a second. No flash.
-Steyn De Klerk
I am submitting this entry in behalf of my 2 year-old daughter Elizabeth.
This photo perfectly captures my daughter's yearning to be a beautiful princess.
18-200 @ 18mm
I used ISO 80, f/4 at 1/640
I shot this picture using my Canon EOS 7D with the kit lens, 28-135, mounted on a tripod. The settings for the final shot were F/7.1, ISO 100, 1/250
Canon Rebel XTi
F / 10
Photoshop for colour correction.
Nikon D80, Homebuilt Budweiser pinhole lens mounted on a drilled lens cap, ASA 3200, 4 second exposure.
The 18mm lens on the Canon Rebel T1i meant I had to shoot from the hallway into the room and crop square, but the camera's 3200 ISO allowed a 1/160 second exposure to freeze the action.
Inspired by Philippe Halsman's "Dali Atomicus"
-B. Drew Collier
This photo was a compilation of 2 photos shot with a Canon EOS 7D with a Canon EFS 17mm-85mm lens. Both pictures that were used were shot at ISO 400, f/8, 1/6.
I used a Canon SD790 IS sitting on a tripod set up in my dining room. A 10 second timer was used so I could get into position, once on the left and once on the right.
Camera: Nikon D80
Shutter Speed: 1/60
Aperture: F 2.8
Lens EF50mm f/1.8 II
Here's a picture of myself shot with the Canon Rebel XTI and the 28-135 USM lens
F was 3.5 with a 1/60s exposure and 100ISO
"Giant Rampant Nerd" The background picture was taken on my commute home. Picture of myself, smoke, and helicopters were added later in PS
a Panasonic Lumix TZ65, an Ikea desk lamp, an A1 sheet of white paper and some creative positioning with the edge of a mirror.
Shutter Speed 1/50
Quick shot while I was shooting my son's soccer game. Snapped a shot in my daughter's sunglasses. Used Canon 7D, 17-55mm.
shot this with a D2x, with a 50mm. two strip lights on the side, a ring flash and a gridded flash for the hair.
Nikon D3000 VR
ISO: 100, Shutter Speed: 125, Focal Length: 55mm, f5.6
My husband and I just got back from our Honeymoon in Florence, Italy. This is me in my husbands sunglasses, with the Duomo behind me.
Camera: Nikon CoolPix S51
Shutter Speed: 1/400 sec
Focal Length: 7.9mm
For this challenge, I used my Canon 40D and the 28-135mm ultrasonic lens. It was set at 100mm, f/2.8, 1/15 sec, ISO 800.
Camera: Canon 7d
Lens: Sigma 30mm 1.4
Shutter Speed: 1/50th sec
Camera: Canon T1i
Lens: EF50mm f/1.8 II
Flash: Speedlie 550EX
Shutter Speed: 1/125
The camera used is a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XSI and I used a kit lens; a canon 18-55mm zoom lens. Focal length is 35mm, aperture of F5.0, shutter speed was 1/41 second and my ISO was 200.
Nikon D70 lens 18-70mm F/3.5-4.5G 34mm ISO 400
More than a sum of my parts.
Panasonic GF1 with 20mm kit lens. ISO 400, f/1.8, 1/125 sec.
I call it "Apathetic Teenager: A Self Portrait". This was taken with a Nikon D5000 DSLR with a 15 second exposure.
Camera Info: Canon Rebel XT, f/5.6, 1/40 sec., ISO 1600, no flash, custom white balance.
Fujifilm S100FS / ISO 100 / 7.1mm fl / F5.6 / 1/640"
Taken about 30 miles into a century ride.
Camera: Canon G9
Settings: B/W; ISO: 200 @ 1/60 @ F2.8 with flash @+1
Camera: Nikon D5000
Lens: Nikon 18-105mm
1/8 sec exposure
Nobody is more themselves than when they first wake up in the morning, so I set up my camera on my bedside table the night before. The first thing I did when I woke up was to grab the remote and click off a few.
Focal Length: 10mm
Nikon D60, ISO 400, f/stop f/5, 1/100
Camera: Olympus E-620
Lens: Sigma 30mm f1.4 @ f1.8
RAW processed in Photoshop CS3
My submission this week is my face and a reflection in my polished kitchen countertop. It was taken with a Canon XTi.
These were shot with my Canon 7D in aperture priority mode. The method to the madness was to use the Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM lens with the EF25 II Extension Tube attachment; taking a mirror outside I got as close to the mirror as possible and these were the results.
Camera: Canon EOS 30D
Exposure: 0.017 sec (1/60)
Focal Length: 28 mm
ISO Speed: 200
I used the olympus epl1's flash (at 1/64) to light my entirely white outfit (except for the tie) against a white wall.
The result: a chameleon like camouflage. The flash was powerful enough to blow out my face and clothes leaving only slight shadows where the creases of clothes are, and my facial features.
I used a Canon EOS 30D with a 28-135mm Canon Zoom EF Lense and I left it at 28mm for this shot. My settings were AWB, ISO1600, f/ 3.5, and 1/20 sec.
shot with a 50mm f1.8 and a small macro extension adapter.
taken with iPhone 3G
Simple, shot into a mirror. This is what most people see when I have my camera anyway. Shot on my Nikon D-80 18-135mm lens, f4.5, ¼ sec 400 ISO.
Calumet 250 flash - cam right.
shot 1 1/200 f16
shot 2 1/200 f13
Camera: Canon EOS 450D
Exposure time: 1/8 sec
Lens: EFS 18-55mm
Focal length: 34 mm
Used a LED Flashlight with red cellophane to get the colour result.
Self-portrait taking off my helmet after a rather grueling mountain bike ride. Canon 5D, ISO50 with Canon 85mm f/1.8 and 550EX Flash on a tripod (E-TTL mode). Manual focus and Aperture value mode (set to f/4).
With this photo I've tried to emulate the great Stanley Kubrick.
Camera: Panasonic DMC-LZ5
focus step: 23mm
This is me hanging out at the top of "Yoda" (5.9) in Rumney, NH. Suspended with 2 slings and 2 locking carabiners. Taken with a Canon SD980 IS on full-auto.
Camera: Kodak Easyshare Z790
Settings: automatic, with timer
Story: During my a morning walk on the beach across from my house in Santa Barbara.
Canon Rebel XT using a 50mm/1.8 lense @ F-Stop 1.8 and 1/10 shutter speed, a simple tripod, and a cord-release. As much as any part of my body would be a self portrait, these converse have survived with me for the past 6-8 years.
Canon Xsi w/55mm kit lens.
Ceiling fan light.
Camera: Nikon D60
Captured using a tripod at ISO 400 and F/5.6 with a Nikon 18-55 mm kit lens.
Camera: Canon Powershot A2000 IS
Shutter Speed: 1/50 seconds
Focal Length: 11mm
ISO Speed: 200
Tamron 17-50 2.8
Shot in bathroom playing with the mirrors.
shot with iPhone
Camera: Nikon D60 Gold
Lens: Nikon AF 18-55mm
Using my camera's self-timer and a tripod I carefully setup my shot. Jumping back and forth, constantly adjusting the focal length I achieved what you now see before you. Plaid, proud, retro, eclectic, and with a unique sense of humor