A light in the storm

X-T4, ISO 160, 0.5s, f/10, 80mm

I am getting to grips with my new camera and Capture One. I have not had a lot of time to do either to be honest but what I have managed I have enjoyed.

I shot this during storm Alex earlier in the week. I wanted to test the range and sharpness of the lens with the IBS.

I have to say I am impressed with the results.

Capture One is certainly different to Lightroom and I have found it to be a steep learning curve. It’s worth it though as the results do appear to be better than those I get from Lightroom (especially with this camera).

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