From: "claire" <clairetm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Is it true that U have to compensate for exposure metering when using this
Does its superwide angle cause the metering to go haywire ?
I get more poorly-exposed images with this than with any other lens.
Yet some come out just fine. I don't think there is anything inherent
in this lens that "causes metering to go haywire," though. My theory
is that is simply easier to get too much sky in the frame, thus
throwing off the averaging. I haven't tried to use spot metering to
test this theory.
On the plus side, it does produce a marvelous range of tonal values
in the sky when the subject is all shadows! :-) Seriously, I do get
my best skies with this lens.
: Jan Steinman <mailto:Jan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
: Bytesmiths <http://www.bytesmiths.com>
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