This must be a time of weird titles. Yesterday’s “Nessun Dorma” for a bicycle, today’s …
Yesterday I had to work. It was a beautiful, sunny morning and I really enjoyed going to work. Sure, you don’t need sunlight for good photography, frequently the harsh contrasts are more of an annoyance, but it is incredible what a little sun can do to your soul.
When I thought to conclude my review of the Nikon AF-S DX 35/1.4G with “887 – Southern Sunset“, I said that I’d spare you the brick wall. Well, not really 🙂
I finally downloaded the latest version of PTLens. It already supports this lens, and here it makes all the difference.
I have linked the left image to the full-size original, so you can download it and try it for yourself. I strongly believe that PTLens does such a good job, that you won’t be able to spot any image deterioration. Whatever else you do in Photoshop will have much more impact on quality, I’d really recommend software distortion control. It saves you a lot of money on lenses (if you’re able to get perfect lenses at all), and it is painless to apply whenever you need it.