… what more can a photographer wish for? Equipment that isn’t breaking down! Two weeks ago had this shoot with Suzanne, a friend of my dear sister. All went well and swell, until the end of the post-processing…long story short: my main harddisk failed on me. Slow as and as became clear many errors on the disk. Bought me a new harddisk and started copying data from the old to the new: took me saturday through wednessday , nonstop copying. But finally everything is up and running again. (Yes homey, I’ll start backuping straight away from now on! Tip of the day: Back-up, back-up, back-up).
Anyway, the shoot was cold but we had fun. The shots were exactly as I was hoping for, pretty edgy, lots of speedlight-flare. Also, in postprocessing I experimented a lot with quite a few different settings in Lightroom. Overall, I’m very happy with this shoot except for one detail: sharpness. I’m started to see a pattern here: my zoom lens on its widest setting, semi-wide open (5,6-ish)…somehow is missing sharpness to the extreme. Can’t figure yet what it is: lens qualtiy? lens failure?, I’m doing something wrong? Will do some testing this week as my Spyder Lenscalibration tool has arrived.
And here some final shots
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