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lattiboy

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St. James Cathedral
« on: February 03, 2009, 10:00:12 PM »

The Sigma 15-30mm EX IF is a fantastic lens..... with horrible flare/ghosting. The skylight in this beautiful church is my nemesis! All shots taken handheld @ ISO800-1250. Most wide-open.


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kikashi

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« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2009, 03:57:37 AM »

Quote from: lattiboy
The Sigma 15-30mm EX IF is a fantastic lens..... with horrible flare/ghosting. The skylight in this beautiful church is my nemesis! All shots taken handheld @ ISO800-1250. Most wide-open.
Not bad at all, in what are obviously rather tricky conditions! Apart, that is, from the last one, which to me looks like a very bright window without much else. Could you try bracketing and blending? Should be possible, even hand-held, although I realise that the flare will be a challenge.

Jeremy
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