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"The funny thing about this day is that we were photographing healthy food at a restaurant, and yet there was this bee in the garden. I took my Macro lens for the food but it ended up being the bee that gave us the best photo." - @rodrigophotographer Shot on a EOS 5D Mark IV and EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM Lens ISO 400 | f/2.8 | 1/4000s
"Here’s the result from using paint and a fish tank, plus two flashes for light and to freeze the movement. This was my first attempt and I did learn a lot and now know I want to step this up next time with possibly 6 different colours in a line... but I might need a bigger fish tank. I think having a dark background really makes the colours pop and the blacks become really nice and dark to show the depth. The camera was set to continuous shooting. I got the inspiration to try this after seeing @miopstrigger post and I chose to give it a crack. If you're wondering I used two speedlites - one on the left and one of the right, and just did some quick editing in Lightroom." - @sdp_photographics Shot on a EOS 6D Mark II and EF 70-200mm f/4L USM Lens
"It was a feeling of trepidation and excitement. I’d done my due diligence on the great man and was feeling rather overwhelmed by the intelligence and astonishing achievements. However, the moment Bob stepped into the room, he immediately put us all at total ease. Making us all laugh in the first sentences out of his mouth." - @freemanphoto , on photographing the late Bob Hawke. Shot on a EOS 1D X and EF 85mm f/1.2L II USM Lens.
"Flinders Street Station after a rain burst as the No. 19 pulls into terminus. The blue on the old lady is rather haunting yet spectacular at the same time." - @walking_perspective Shot on a EOS 5D Mark III and EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM Lens ISO 50 | f/22 | 13s | 29mm focal length
"This day was an unexpected snowfall in September. The forecast said a high chance of snow up high so it was a surprise to see it in the valley. I mostly shoot sport with my EOS 1DX Mark II but when I noticed this tree standing much higher than the rest of the canopy with the light rays filtering behind it I frantically rushed to a vantage point to snap the shot." - @boenferguson Shot on a EOS 1D X Mark II and EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM Lens ISO 100 | f/2.8 | 1/200s | Handheld