These people belong to a photo club. They came to make photos of people rowing in False Creek, Vancouver, BC. There were 2 groups. This group was the ‘more bunched up’.

  • ¾ of these photographers were guys and the other ¼ were women but all of them where in their 50+.
  • The vast majority of these photographers were using Canon with 2 or 3 of them using Nikon cameras.
  • Only one person was using a mirrorless. It was a Sony A7II with some adapter for his Canon lens, but he was not happy with the autofocus missing far too many photos (I could hear him complaining to his neighbour).
  • Half of the people were using tripods. My problem with tripods is that once they are ‘planted’, people (including me) stay where the tripod is planted.

A bunch of people taking photos of people rowing

Photographers: Vancouver, BC

Technical

Before (left) and after (right) as processed with Darktable 2.0.2

Before (left) and After (right)

Camera: Canon 7DMk2 ISO 100 and 1/200s
Lens: Canon 24-70 f/4L IS USM @50mm and f/8
processed with Darktable 2.0.2: http://www.darktable.org/