28 April 2020

Obligatory Moon

For some reason I really love looking at and taking pictures of the moon in a blue sky.

Canon M50, EF 75-300 USM, f/11, 1/100, 300mm, ISO 100, Cropped
I took this picture in manual mode and for some reason started looking for the exposure setting...


While traipsing through the menus I found a setting titled, "Lens aberration correction."

When you select it, it displays what lens you're using at the time and gives you a list of on/off for:

Peripheral illum corr
Distortion correction
Digital Lens Optimizer
Chromatic aberr corr
Diffraction correction

I need to read up on what these setting do.

I am not yet to the point of shooting RAW.

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