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Old 10-21-2007, 12:43 AM   #1 (permalink)

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I did a studio shoot today with a couple of models and things went really well. I even got to use my long lens (Sigma APO 70 - 200 MM F4.0) for a couple of great headshots.

One of my models has very beautiful auburn hair and I when I look at the photos I took with my short lens versus the ones I took with my long lens the auburn color in her hair is a lot more predominant and vivid/vibrant with my long lens than it is with my short lens.

The only thing that changed during the shoot was the lens. Now my short lens has a UZ Haze filter on it as a protector and my long lens has a Skylight 1A. Could the filter account for the difference??

Also, on a side note it has been several weeks since I have posted to G1 and I don't see many new postings in the Forums. In fact it appears that RFS and I pretty own the Forums so I have to ask, what gives? Is everyone else shy? Is everyone dead from the neck up? What's going on?? Come on guys, let's make G1 a happening place, start posting!
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Old 10-21-2007, 01:11 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Filter issues aside, you didn't specify what your short lens is. Is it also a Sigma? Different lens manufacturers will produce lenses with different color rendition characteristics due to the choice of glass formula and coatings. It is also common for color characteristics to vary among lens models within a single manufacturer's product line. Also, what I just wrote could apply to your filters. Why are you bothering with "protection" filters in a studio?
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