I admit it takes getting used to. I like to see all of the feedback in the viewfinder, so that's how my screen is set. I also have the histogram set.Yep I’ve used the horizon screen setting and it doesn’t seem to make a lot of difference, at least not for me.
I would prefer a simple horizon line instead of the overblown version available, it distracts me from using the screen as opposed to a plain screen.
Very nice. How do you stack the photos ?"Superres" image, 20 frames hand held in low light at ISO 1600, stacked & averaged for a single RAW that is over 10,000 pixels on the long dimension. Typically this type of shot would require a tripod, but this proves to be a viable alternative, especially for travel.
G9 with 35-100/2.8 II
View attachment 766751Dawn Breaks by Brian Gammon, on Flickr
I've ordered the DVD off Amazon and now we are waiting for it to arrive! I've just re-read the book (on Kindle) and both of their voices were in my head as I read it! David Tennant: still the best Doctor from the new incarnation of the series.My daughter watched the series on Netflix (I think). She really enjoyed it.
I do basic RAW development in LR CC, SYNC so the settings are applied to all the frames, then with all the images selected, right click to get to EDIT IN and OPEN AS LAYERS IN PS.Very nice. How do you stack the photos ?