now tele-elmarit "thin" and nex5
Old 08-20-2010   #1
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now tele-elmarit "thin" and nex5










mmm... I think they're not talking about me


about the lens on digital: very, very, very low contrast!! and be aware of flare, she is an old style glass
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Old 08-20-2010   #2
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Love the "tactile" quality of the water on that first shot!
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Old 08-20-2010   #3
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Looks like she over-exposes a bit (maybe half a stop or so)

Also, that sensor gives very Kodachrome-like colours, (though I'm not on a colour-corrected screen right now, so it might just be my laptop).

Nice!
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I shooted in M mode, it's probably me who overexposes :P
exposing by watching the lcd in bright light can cause this, I must get used to it
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