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02-11-2014, 11:00 PM   #16
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Glad I read this post. I forgot about the 90 angle with a polarizer filter. Thanks

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on the tamaron 70 to 300 i would not drop the shutter speed much lower than 500 640 would even be better ... could be wrong but this is from what i have studied
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If you want to stick with metering the whole scene, you can use the exposure bias function to help prevent blow outs. Since the K-5 sensor lets you recover so much from shadows without excess noise I find this a good option for me. Shoot at -0.7 or -1.0 EV and you are all set. Of course you could also meter the sky and lock AE as previously suggested. Fixing in PP with these options is very easy.

I have a graduated ND8 rectangle filter, but rarely use it, as fixing in PP is easier than messing with a filter
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