Sunset with Canon 100-400 II
While trying to take Sandhill Crane photos as the sun went down, took my own advice of “look behind you as the best shot may be there”. Turned around and found a much better photo of the sun setting along the Platte River in Nebraska. Used negative exposure compensation and cranked up the ISO.
The new 100-400 lens works well and focuses very fast on the 1DX with 1.4 teleconverter. Still not used to the twist zoom yet. Can’t get it to zoom from 100-400 in one smooth twist.
Taken with Canon 1DX and Canon 100-400 II with 1.4X III teleconverter, handheld
1/500 sec @ F14, ISO 5000, evaluative metering, -2 exposure compensation, 140mm