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At smaller apertures, the Rokinon loses sharpness, and I wanted the longest exposure possible given the light to soften up the water flow. Can't use an ND filter on the fisheye, and the Institute closes at 6:00 so that was as little light as possible. Should I not have?
At F11 you're really hitting diffraction pretty badly on MFT and ISO100 on the E-M1 is non-native so cuts it's dynamic range a fair bit. I'm not familiar with that lens though but I imagine like most MFT lenses, it hits peak at F4 or F5.6?
Anyway, I've been experimenting quite a lot more with heavy processing. Quite a departure from me since last year where I went for a more natural out of camera look.
E-P5 OLYMPUS M.17mm F1.8 lens 17mm f/2.2 1/320s 200 ISO 0.0 EV
E-P5 OLYMPUS M.17mm F1.8 lens 17mm f/2.0 1/2500s 200 ISO 0.0 EV
E-P5 OLYMPUS M.17mm F1.8 lens 17mm f/4.0 1/160s 200 ISO 0.0 EV
E-P5 OLYMPUS M.17mm F1.8 lens 17mm f/4.0 1/640s 200 ISO 0.0 EV