These photos were all shot during an interlude of a 10-day ongoing storm, down in a canyon. Challenging lighting is a good way to evaluate a camera’s performance (eg blue light in deep shade, etc).
Unless otherwise noted, examples are processed straight from DPP with little or no post-processing, in order to show the image quality as produced from the camera.
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White balance was set to Shade for this image.
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