For shooting and post-processing notes, see the Shooting Notes page.
The Nikon 35mm f/1.4 AI-s is 1/3 stop brighter (t-stop) so it was pulled by 1/3 stop exposure compensation in raw processing. Also, its older lens coating are bluish, and so it was processed at 5500°K instead of 5200°K to more closely match the color rendition of the other two lenses.
Shown below is the test scene at 35mm. Because of backlighting (sun) I framed more closely than usual.
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