HowaboutRAW: Outdoor raws?
Not "raws" processed to jpeg with ACR.
This is something we're working on and it should be available really soon now (tm)
deep7: Looking at the leaves on the left, it seems Canon has the same problem with this sensor that Sony does - very harsh clipping of highlights. Lens seems nice though.
Sorry about that, the permissions were set wrongly. Try again now. Should be visible.
Did you look at the Raw conversion from this image? (previous picture in this gallery).
JEROME NOLAS: Nice feet, eh? Why is the sky is blown so much? :(
Because you're looking at a JPEG, which is exposed for the mid tones on a very sunny day.
JOrtiz: Why, if this picture was taken on full sun, the exposure was 1/200 - F4 at 100 ISO.
At ISO 100, 1/200 the aperture should has been around f/11.
bicycle snap shooter: how do you get a 24mm focal length from a 14-42mm (gov = 28-84mm) lens?
The metadata is pulled from the camera, so it isn't taking equivalence in to account. It was taken @ the lens's 24mm position, which means this is a roughly 50mm equiv shot.
Grigou: The focus is on the car's nose, not on the pilot ... is it the AF choice or the photographer's choice ?
For those asking why the high f/stop, I was walking from one area where I could see the track to another and just happened to see this happening on my way. I didn't think to change camera settings, I just lifted the camera up and shot real quick.
armandino: Is this a real world example? to me this is badly underexposed. Still headroom for highlights.
I didn't have a live histogram up, but this shot is below clipping. The next shot/series is right when it clips, and the series after that is exposed more for the shadows. I wasn't being very scientific in my exposures here, I just did a quick above and below clipping.