Guinness should be before wood... :lol:No problem, just put it under the sink and wash it.
What would worry me most if I were to do that is that Bud light is of course less dense than water, and even if the camera probably survives water, the chances that bud light might penetrate the weather sealing would be extreme.
Diamonds -> rocks -> concrete -> steel -> copper -> wood -> cloth -> Guinness -> milk -> lager -> water -> helium -> bud light.
I hate color profiles too. I'll be damned if I'm going to put in the extra work just to make sure my picture looks right on the interwebs thoughGAH! Colour profiles are bugging me.
I download pictures off camera, open in camera raw -> photoshop. Colour profile is default to Adobe RGB (1998). If I change the colour profile to sRGB IEC61966-2.1 the gamma obviously changes and the colours change. Gay, but expected I guess. HOWEVER, if I copy the image and bring it into a new file the colours and everything remain exactly the same, even though the new file is defaulted to using sRGB as the profile, and if I set sRGB as the embedded profile nothing changes. What?
But now that I'm aware of this (although from time to time when I have an image that has cororfur corors I notice it) I see that I might as well change the profile in ACR to sRGB instead of Adobe RGB since that would get rid of all this trouble. And ACR automatically makes the adjustments so that no matter what profile you select the results look the same.
edit: also, ACR's default is to render 8-bit images. Any reason not to make it do 16-bit?
How are you changing the profile? You should be using "convert to profile" to avoid colour change.I download pictures off camera, open in camera raw -> photoshop. Colour profile is default to Adobe RGB (1998). If I change the colour profile to sRGB IEC61966-2.1 the gamma obviously changes and the colours change.
No, 65,536 values for each channel instead of only 256 is why I use 16bit. If you shoot RAW it doesn't matter cos you can always go back later if you need to.edit: also, ACR's default is to render 8-bit images. Any reason not to make it do 16-bit?
I tried, but the DOF still is horrid. Take this one for example:Stop down!Something I noticed: since I've fone from crop to full frame, it is obvious that the depth of field has become much more shallow (not that I didn't know this before, I just didn't think it were this extreme). That said, I've begun to doubt the reasonability of wide-open shooting. Of course, a wide-open lens will give me a great DOF effect, but if I don't want that effect, I'm still stuck with it especially in close-up shots. Therefore, I've begun to question the need for low-light-wide-aperture-lenses for my camera.
It's always better to have the more flexible lens. If you decided to go all f5.6 you'd inevitably have a shot where you want shallow DOF and you'll have a DOH! moment.