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Push Your Lens to the Limit – Canon EF 24-70 f/4L IS USM



My favourite lens is my Canon EF 24-70 f/4L IS USM but I always operate well within in it’s capabilities. I rarely

In this video I try to get the most out of my lens by pushing it to it’s limits.

With the weather forecast not looking brilliant I decided to head to Grizedale Forest and set myself a little challenge.

In this challenge I set out to push my lens to the max getting:
– 1 shop at it’s widest focal length
– 1 shot at it’s longest focal length
– 1 shot at it’s closest focusing distance
– 1 shot at it’s widest aperture

This challenge helped me to be more creative and to try shots that I wouldn’t normally have attempted. Better than staying at home!

If you would like to take part in this challenge please head over to my website for details…

Check out my favourite lens…

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  • Hi everyone. If you would like to take part in this challenge and send me your images please head over to my website for details. https://chrissale.co.uk/wp/push-your-lens-to-the-limit/

    Chris Sale May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • What issues you had with this lens to send it to repair? I have mine for almost 2 years without any issues

    Helheimr May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • this was a wonderful video. loved the very last part. keep posting the out takes

    scott haney May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • That photo was great yes the background wasn’t blurred out enough but good enough !

    Gregory Nelson May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • The one man miracle! Nice one and greetings from Australia! I fell off my chair the last 15 secs of your video .. that was hilarious! Must say, you are an inspiration for budding photographers. If that last shot was taken at 70mm FL then clearly from where you were standing (the focussing distance) F/4 was not good enough to give you that narrow DOF you were after. So you'd have to move away a bit more from the subject for a more narrow DOF. Also, remember there are tables to calculate DOF (front and back) given FL, FD and camera/lens type. One other interesting point is that usually there is more DOF behind the subject as opposed to in front of the focussed subject, generally 2/3rds behind and 1/3rd in front. It is very interesting to create DOF based on several factors that one must take into consideration. I enjoyed your video and the peaceful atmosphere. Nice one man production .. no doubt clever!

    Melody Chest May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • Hi Chris, just got the same lens this Xmas. Have the same 6D, 16-35 f4 and 70-200 f2.8 II. GReat setup for landscape photography. Love your vlogs, watch them all. Please keep up the great work.

    D X May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • Damn, the effort put into creating this video. I'm guessing you use tripod the entire shooting eh, and it's kinda Nat geo style narration as well. Kudos for the One Man Show.

    SkyCafe Studio May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • Hi Chris. Nice video. Which tripod and tripodhead are you suing in the video and which one for travel please ?

    Linus Rasputin May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • I'm in the market to pick up a 24/70 lens. I'm debating to pick up the f/4 or spend more money on the f/2.8 any pointers

    Chris Wells May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • Very lovely video and photos. Is it a polfilter in the front of the 17-40?

    Bussmicke2305 May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • I'd say over all a great video. Good content, About that last shot, it depend. What did you intent the viewer to see? My eyes were drawn to the vibrant bright bracken.

    Andrzej Sydorko May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • Profound. I like your honest approach which echoes probably what a lot of us feel. A firm yet gentle motivational push is what we all need from time to time. Thank you.

    Dave C May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • Wonderfully paced, and loving the presentation.

    Wealth Coach Kahnju Ecleo May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • Too much fluff and not enough substance.

    James Cason May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • You walk like Sasquatch but then again, what do you expect from the public? Useful video that I watched to the end. Thanks.

    FunForAllification May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • This would be easy. I mainly shoot with a 40mm f/1.2!!

    Lee Ratcliffe May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • Hi Chris,
    I have the same lens and i can focus in macro mode about 4-5 cm to the subject from the front element.
    The best feature of the lens (in my opinion), thanks for the video, ALL the Best*

    Henrique Teixeira May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • If you had to choose 1 lens to use which would it be, the 16-35 or the 24-70? Reason im asking im thinking of dropping to a single lens i as rarely use my 70-200 or my 14mm prime, i mainly use my 24-85. I will be getting the 2.8 version as i shoot the stars, i use a 6d aswell as its superb at night.

    craig wilson May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • Nice one Chris. I found this very interesting from start to finish.

    Podgy Snapper May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • Hi Chris,
    As promised I checked out my minimal focus distance o. Macro setting on canon 24/70 lens, mine is about 25cm and pin sharp.

    Gary Stone May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • Nice exercise! I did something akin to this last Wednesday while exploring a garden only I had a 100mm f/2.8 macro on most of the time so I have pinhead sized ants crawling across a peony bud that more than fills the frame and plants in focus that are bracketed between others that are blurred to nearly recognizable.

    TimberGeek May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • Nice vlog Chris, well thought out and executed I thought. Matching the weather conditions with the location is half the battle with photography I am finding out..plus having these little personal challenges keeps up the motivation and helps you learn..i would be definitely up for the challenge..

    Martin Stokes May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • What a beautiful place! Each video frame, a photo! Loved the photo of the bridge and of the bench, although you are right, it didn't work as planned, it needed a wider aperture for a more blurry background. I also liked this idea (challenge) and although I don't participate ( 😥 ), you are always giving me new ideas to practice with!

    Nek Lamp May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • Hi Chris, I have a Canon EF 24-70 f/4L IS USM and it is my most used. In macro down to about 30 mm 1 1/4"

    Peter Robinson May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • Wonderful video. Loved the overall pacing and your delivery.

    Craig Berry May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • Video has a nice pace, a very cool style… and I love the forest. I have that 24-70 and love the macro function. It focuses very close, don't know the numbers, but it's clooooooose! LOL

    Life & Times of a MultipleMediaManager™ May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • It's in the eye of the beholder. You didn't feel the background was out of focus enough. I found my eyes traveling from the foreground to the background and right back to the foreground over and over. To me the background was just the right amount of "out of focus" for that particular image. That's the beauty of art !!!

    Slowly Rusting May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • Hi from New Zealand. Great Vlog Chris, and great idea 👍 I’m up for the challenge. I recently started my own photography Vlog here in NZ. I will respond to this challenge in my own blog, hopefully this weekend 😊

    Wayne Lorimer May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply
  • I don't have this lens (I have a Tamron 24-70 F/2.8 instead). But the specs listed in B&H show a minimum focus of 20 cm (7.87 inches) and a macro reproduction of 1:1.4. So, pretty good.

    Re the fern image, IMO the bench is too close to the fern to get much blur, especially given the distance you were from both. Had you moved closer to the fern, the bench's distance from you would farther away relative to the fern's distance from you. This would narrow the depth of field when focusing on the fern, so the bench would be blurrier.

    John Drummond May 5, 2020 11:31 am Reply

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