Beautiful, perfect the way it is.
sdhiker: Does anyone have any idea on how to cut down the vignetting I'm getting when using a Nikon 400mm f/2.8 on my Sony A7M2?
I borrowed this lens from a client hoping to get some great pictures using an adapter with my Sony A7M2, but its extremely hard to get rid of this vignetting even in post processing.
Attached with a Metabones Nikon F to Emount T adapter.
Here is an example after lens correction in Lightroom. https://www.flickr.com/gp/133105792@N04/17Bn9i
Nothing to do about vignetting besides stopping down... stopping down really helps (but of course at the cost of shutterspeed).Or make a shift towards medium format lenses on such a mirrorless camera, then you won't see much vignetting at full aperture.
Der Steppenwolf: There are a lot featured photographers here that have ONE thing in common. Could you guess what it is ?A tip, it's got NOTHING to do with photography at all.DPR has changed. A lot. To the worse.
Der Steppenwolf: perhaps you can explain yourself, what is photography according to you?
Wonderful moment, well captured and processed!Congratulations.
Yes, stunning photographs!
Great atmosphere here, lovely sky and colour too.
Great atmosphere here, I like it.
This looks to me like it doesn't make any sense... it's like a stripped down smartphone camera in some coloured case... and the lenses are different compared to those of the film Holgas.And why MUST everything become digital?Holga cameras are not my piece of cake but I see something in the point of using them... making this in a digital option makes it stupid.Just continue using your instagram app on a smart-ass phone... makes the digital Holga obsolete. And if you want to use a Holga then go use a real one, with real film in it. And with real lack of depth of field.
Well it looks versatile and easy to use... so when you have enough money to spare and are busy making video's with your DSLR this could come in quick and handy.
Vermeero: Beautiful scene... enormous trees!
You're right, in this case telephoto gives it sense of depth and scale
Outstanding photos displayed in the article, some I find mind boggling.
Beautiful scene... enormous trees!
Really like this black and white photo, love the serenity.
Really nice. This can deliver some useful and interesting shots while making a video.
Very good... I really like those photos! Great use of light.
Michael MacGillivray: This nonsense has gone far enough. Consumers should be in revolt with camera companies, almost across the board. I'm expecting bad news when I buy new gear and guess what? I'm buying less.
Two suggested articles for DP Review would be a comparison of both the quality control records of individual companies and their customer service. Taking it a step further, it would be great if customer service ratings and QC issues could become part of full reviews and scores, several months out.
That's zero tolerance.Not that it is alright, but if a company does acknowledge the problem and compensates we can all move along.
Hugo808: What's the EQV focal length on micro 4/3s?
"And let's not forget it will be equivalent to an f/16 lens on a micro 4/3 camera."That is, regarding the depth of field and not the brightness of the lens.
Almost nice enough to play with... wait I'll grab my Hasselblad 501C, Canon FTb or A-1 and load one of my films... much more satisfactory. Heck it's even worth the wait from the lab.
sirrah: Why do so many entrants to these competitions insist on winding up the colour saturation to the point where grass looks like engine coolant? It would be a great, and evocative, picture without resorting to this form of photographic hyperbole. Based on other photos of this location on google images the colours are not at all representative.
Saturated colours are to be liked more often, and stand out more so the picture sort of demands more attention. At least it works that way for many people. So if you don't realize or care that its colours are tempered with you might end up liking the picture above others!Well... I must say I love green so I'm a sucker for this one. Great composition here as well.Oh... and reflections do well too!