« on: December 07, 2014, 01:20:51 PM »
As someone's who loves Canon glass and is heavily invested in Canon hardware, I'm going to be sad if the larger Canon community becomes an echo chamber for Luddites.
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Interestingly, I found Tiffen makes "combo" polarizer+ND filters in several steps of ND. But they are linear polarizers and only come in 138mm!
Even if they made it in 52mm, there would be no way to rotate the CPL using the drop-in holder...
I wonder if there's a way to affix a cut gelatin ND of the desired strength to the DI CPL?
I drag the shutter all the time but having color lines that go across the subject are not something I often see. Strange. Thanks anyway!
"Are those brushed in with Photoshop? If not, I'd love to learn how you did that."
Hey guys I was wondering which would be better for achieving ~ 400mm focal length with the M. I would like to take some occasional pics of the moon. I've done it before and found 400mm to be long enough with a bit of cropping.
@fotofoll - Nice shots - very diverse subject matter. Are all of those shots done with the 22mm?
My understanding is that if you have a RAW file and the sharpening is set to ZERO you get the best image quality because you have not changed the original raw data and that should be exactly the same sharpness that the sensor reads through the lens.
Then if you add any sharpening at all you change the original sharpness by sharpening it more than was originally captured and thus you lose image quality.