My 18-135mm IS lens.
It's not my best lens but it covers the focal lengths I use the most.
Yep, that's right.
I opened the image twice in ACR.
Once as is, and the 2nd +3.50 exposure.
I made them both layers in the same document and used a mask to combine...
The intent of this technique was to take multiple exposures of something with a larger dynamic range than the camera could capture and compress...
Nice pics but why so dark and compressed?
If your goal is to let anyone uses your pictures but make sure you get the credit, copyright them through your country's copyright office.
They're both crop sensor cameras and the differences like frames per second, environmental sealing, focus points,etc., etc., will be irrelevant...
The software that came with your camera should be able to open, edit and save the image as a TIF or JPG.
You can email any of the files to your...
Backup or move forward a few feet and you've duplicated the zoom but 1.4 vs 2.8 is a 2 stop difference and that's substantial.
I prefer the color version of #3, much better.
Now if that's a crop I would open it up.
Give me back the cut off the sides of the kids on the...
1 is nice but I agree too warm.
2 is beautiful
3 doesn't work at all. all I see is a bunch of red blotches.
I felt like I was looking at highlight...
Great shots, brought a smile to my face.
I love 4 & 6.
Personally I don't see much benefit in having IS in such a short lens.
The IS will add a bit of weight too.
If the existing lens is in good shape...
I thought it was a bit over exposed but I opened it in ACR and saw just the tiniest bit of highlight and shadow clipping.
So I think your exposure...
No, the improvement is significant IMHO.
Any other problems with Photoshop?
I've never heard of an update problem with a bad preferences file but resetting it cures a lot of strange...
Everybody has covered the battery thing here but my question is why are you shooting in Manual mode, especially if you have no experience with a...
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