great images, quite the evidence one should spend more time outside
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Since no one else has said it... "This one goes to eleven."
Generally I shoot five exposures that I feel I might need but usually end up needing only four after post processing. Starting with the brightest exposure as the background, I'll post process the next darkest exposure and paste it in the layer above, repeat until all images are in separate layers in one PS file. I'll work through each layer using masking, dodge, burn and opacity effects. Photoshop CC added a "Camera Raw Filter" which is a huge help for lifting shadows and adjusting color temps after you've converted out of RAW.
This review is very positive about the Voigtländer, which is about half the price of the Zeiss!
it also gives me one stop of light more than the Canon.