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"RE: The 'FX' Effect."
>Because it's FX, I have had to alter which focal lengths I use to get the desired angles of viewBrian, If, like myself, you shot 35mmm for decades, how could this even be an issue? Just wondering>Yes, I'm quite serious that there is no generic "FX Effect".You just acknowledged one, in your first comment above that I quoted. Perhaps that is a negative FX effect, but it is one, just the same. I tend to sort of disagree with you, however, that there is no FX effect, (I know that sounds a bit wishywashy). Its like saying there is no 35mm effect, or that there is no medium format effect. The format effects the final image appearance, (putting all the high ISO mumbo-jumbo-magic stuff aside).