« on: March 18, 2013, 03:18:15 PM »
I honestly can't remember what I just did. It was done fast and under 10 seconds. Lowered exposure, raised contrast and raised clarity in Photoshop. Nothing major. I am interested to see what others will do.
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Btw, have you ever noticed that what you see through the viewfinder on your crop camera, with your own pupil, when a fast lens is mounted (such as a 50 or 85 f/1.4)...is not what the sensor is seeing? The sensor's "pupil" is much bigger than your eye's. So your eye is effectively skewing what you think will be captured, by giving you an unwanted "depth of field preview" of its own...This occurs on full frame as well. It's no wonder it's so difficult to focus fast lenses...there are just too many factors at play. I love them anyway though.
$14,220? Oh is that all? Great!
That's relatively cheap for cinema primes, Zeiss CP.2s are pretty much the same price. But then you figure Arri Master Primes are $20k-$25k PER LENS, close to $200k for a set. And the Arri's aren't an anomaly, there are plenty of other sets that cost that much.
50mm 1.2 which isn't soft like the current Canon version: