Can someone explain lens cast by aperture to me

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Re: Can someone explain lens cast by aperture to me

Tons o Glass 0 Class wrote:

I've noticed this phenomenon after the fact (when processing RAWs and trying to match white balance), but nothing so drastic.

I only noticed on developing because one looks warm and loving, the other seems scary, ideal for a terror movie. I have never seen anything like it.

Might it just be the lens? It is curious that lens history specialist Marco Cavina was rather fascinated but the huge endeavor to give birth to it. It's quite complicated, almost overdone, for a simple 50/1.8.

Marco has even posted the materials and optical details, and materials for at least 5 of the 7 elements.

I've not a clue what happened in your shots, especially since I wasn't there observing the light. Looking at the timestamp there are 44 seconds between the two shots. On a windy partly cloudy day or during a sunrise/sunset 44 seconds is enough time for the light to change temperature and/or intensity.

There could have been thin clouds filtering some of the light, but both have direct sunlight and I actually have a stream of about 10 shots, 5 with each aperture setting (but some are more blurry).

What was the stopped down aperture?

I didn't take notes. Something like f8. Can we infer from the shutter speed change at least how many stops apart? I try to always use ISO 100, and used ISO 100 for both shots since the only bright part was quite bright, the baby tree.

Would you be open to sharing the raw files to play with?

Yes, if anyone could share which place accepts RAW uploads. Would be nice for DPR to diversify and add a RAW upload service by a reasonable monthly fee, pivot from purely news and reviews to community of gear lovers.

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