thank you for info, I wasn't sure about the adapter rings
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I think we are all making the bold assumption that you are shooting with a Full Frame camera based on your signature line. But I think everyone agrees that it will be hard to beat the 16-35 f/4L as the primary ultrawide lens to fill your needs.
If you photograph in RAW and obviously post-process, then the colour space setting in the camera is irrelevant.
1. the histogram is based on this setting, with adobe rgb you get a better representation
2. in every cr2 there's a full jpeg thumbnail with the color space selected.
When an sRGB device encounters another colour space, it will usually convert said other colour space to sRGB. Conversion is never 100% successful.
Ugh? How so?
It's to do with the angle your camera is pointing with respect to the sun. Maximum polarisation occurs when your camera is aimed at a perpendicular angle to the sun.
Here's a link for you:
You need to provide more than just general information to get a intelligent answer.
What brand polarizer, sample photos, camera used, lens used, settings, etc. Don't forget that the best brands are also big targets for counterfeiters, and there are a ton of B+W counterfeits out there that often have issues. Its easy money for those who make them.
I like it. The ice skein seems natural enough to me, a light overlay to the water. It may be that the foreground is a bit too prominent and detracts from the mountains which I suppose to be the primary feature. However, having said that, I do like the picture as it is.
Seems pretty impressive to my relatively untrained eye. I'd like to see what you started with because the ice seems not quite right but maybe that's just what it looked like in real life??
There were lot of preproduction reviews of 7D mk II, but I'm really missing some more info about 400 DO II. It looks like a very interesting lens and I couldn't find any other info except introduction and short overview hereSame to me. I can only find low res samples from Canon.
Am I missing something? Is it too soon for reviews? Or am I the only one interested in some sample images if not whole reviews?
It seems that there are not so many copies out there that they could find their way to the reviewers.
Neither on Canon nor on retailer pages I can find any release or delivery date. Everywhere you only can pre-order.
Not that I could afford it, but I am interested in how the DO tech has been developed in the 2nd generation.