Why there is CA on the branches on the first photo? I've never had 16-35 - is it how it behaves or there is some special artistic reason for it?
- sorry for the delay here. I think it has to do with a)HDR - my originals were a hurry and run shot as I was illegally parked & without tripod and b) applying the unsharp mask +1 in DPP though quite frankly I'm unable to notice it.
Here's another contribution to the thread: Manasquan Reservoir
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