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These examples taken in late July in the glacier canyon area in the Ansel Adams Wilderness just east of Yosemite National Park.
ACR enforces lens corrections for chromatic aberration, vignetting, distortion, a requirement set by the GFX.
Hail pelts the lake and me
The weather clouded up for a few hours, pelting me with hail for a short while.
The 110mm f/2 does a great job here, with razor sharp results (within the limits of depth of field).
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