11-22-2015, 01:59 PM
Quote:That's correct, it wasn't f/4, but who shoots landscape wide open? So, the vignetting might be technically there, but in practice it is no problem. By the way, the picture was only sharpened with DPP, no other post-processing was done. Coming from film photography, as a rule I hardly do any post-processing at all. For me a photograph must be complete when I push the button, not when I click the mouse ;-)
See. Whatever we do it's wrong. Either we mentioned it and then we are being told that's irrelevant (within certain scopes) or we point out that it's usually irrelevant but are criticized that it's easily noticeable (within certain scopes).