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This series shot in mid-afternoon. The sunlight was harsh, and the image quality that results is a testament to the quality of the S006 CCD sensor.
This series is designed to assess far field performance—a planar subject at a uniform distance.
Dana Glacier and Moraine, Dana Lake
Adobe Camera Camera Raw 9.1 (441). ACR settings. Camera Profile = Adobe Standard. No lens corrections were used.
A polarizer was used to improve contrast, though it was used at minimal polarization to avoid darkening the sky.
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