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REBELXSi

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When I live on the island that was a 35 minute trip for me I always went in the fall or winter time the summer is to crowded because of the “Hamptons”
The fall is the best time you could also consider the north fork of the island very nice there to ( wine country) a lot of vineyards once again awesome pics and your car looks great
Thanks :thumbsup:



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Here's my 2020 Sport Manual, had it a couple of weeks now. These were taken after I washed it a couple days ago.
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If your in the So Cal Los Angeles County area and want photos hit me up!
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I'm gonna take a wild guess here..... Zeiss 35mm f1.4, Zeiss 55mm F1.8 or 85 GM F1.4 ????
 

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I'm gonna take a wild guess here..... Zeiss 35mm f1.4, Zeiss 55mm F1.8 or 85 GM F1.4 ????
Sony 35mm f1.8 and Sony 85mm f1.8, both for some reason sharper than their f1.4 expensive brothers lol
 

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Sony 35mm f1.8 and Sony 85mm f1.8, both for some reason sharper than their f1.4 expensive brothers lol
It appears that they all share the same level of chromatic aberrations though. The high contrast area on the edge of hood to fender gap shows the purple fringing (area in front of focus point), and the fender to door/mirror gap starts the green fringing (area behind the focus point). All of these lenses are kind of known for this behavior, that's why I made those guesses. For me, once I see it, I can't unsee it. I doubt most people see it.
High sharpness usually equates to another aspect of the lens being compromised. So super sharp lenses tend to have clinical bokeh. It's all about balance. The 1.4's tend to focus on color/contrast, center sharpness, bokeh, and some type of "3d dimensionality".....you know, stuff you can't quantify or is subjective, but they love talking about it in marketing materials.
The 1.8's tend to focus on small, lightweight, evenly sharp across the frame, and fast focusing.
If you are interested in extreme sharpness, try the 135mm F1.8 GM (kinda long for car shots). The 50mm F1.4 Zeiss is pretty good too.

I like the toning on that color of Civic. Are you using a touch of fine film grain on some of them, or is that just higher ISO?
 

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