Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Chiron, Apr 3, 2007.
how come the top corners of the first two pics are black, like they are showing the lens housing?
Thinking the same. its there in all, but just less in the last few pics which seemed to be cropped.
Looks like the shadow of a lens hood ?
It's vignetting. I'm guessing he's on a Canon Full-Frame body like a 5D?
I've never seen vignetting that badly on a cropped sensor.
are you not going to tell us what camera and lens you used?
file name DSC leads me to believe its a nikon?
i think sony uses dsc too
Nikon D70s, [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Nikon AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6G IF-ED. A lense hood was not used. This lense is known to have a few "characteristics", such as vignetting and color fringing. None of these images have been cropped, they are as they were framed when shot.
Quite possibly the worst vignetting I've ever seen.
wow, I could have sworn you were using more of a wide angle lens for some of those
I would comment on this, but I've just been told there is a tornado only ten miles away. I'm out.
Apparently its north of here. I used that lense because I knew it would produce vignetting. Its used as a creative element. Did I think it would be that much? No. However, those are the results, and its best to focus on the entire image rather than one element.
do you mind uploading some originals so I can view the exif data?
I'm trying to learn what f-stops to use for certain things, etc.
if you could email this one to me:
that would be awesome
looks like photobucket strips out the exif
thats not vignetting, vignetting is light fall off, thats actual light cut off, as in no gradation but not part of the image of illumination is hitting it. Rreally hard to do on a crop sensor camera that not a fisheye lens.
Thats fuckin strange. I've used the 18-135 on my D70s and other than terrible distortion I never got that vignetting.
Indeed. There were only two filters on the lense, a UV and CPL. Surely only two filters wouldn't have caused this?
TurkeyChicken, I'll have it out soon. This storm is causing a few power issues.