|Posted: Mon Dec 18, 2017 5:39 pm Post subject: Fringe obsession & looking 4 signs of uncorrected aberra
|In another thread Ian (quite correctly) wrote that i'm suffering from "fringe obsession, ... looking 4 signs of uncorrected aberration" in 100% crops. I have a interesting example from this mornings work which i'd like to share. It is a large window (about 14 meters high) made of small pieces of coloured glass. The glass is unusually thick, and it consist of massive broken pieces - not the usual thin flat glass panes.
For time being i won't add much technical information.
To make sure that i'm not pixel-peeping this time, i have re-sized the original Sony A7 JPGs from 4000x6000 to about 250x400px.
To say it again: These are not 100% crops, but re-sized images!
Both images were shot within a few seconds. The light was exactly the same, and all camera settings were exactly the same. And even the lens was the same nFD 2/135mm, always at full aperture.
Nevertheless these two images are really different. My client would never accept the colors of the left one, since only the right image looks right! And it would be very difficult if not impossible to "correct" the left image with post-processing...
What happened ...??
Hint: the thread title, of course