I couldn't sleep so I ended up at the supermarket at 1.30am and then
sat watching YouTube videos until 5am and thought what the hell I
might as well grab the camera gear and head out somewhere.
The cars thermometer was reading minus 3° C , and mist was forming sporadically. I wasn't really in the mood for a pre dawn walk so somewhere close to the car would have to do, plus I had been struggling with focus on the M6 so the infamous millstones would have to suffice.
I have now given up with manual focus, as even with the EVF attached I still couldn't get the image sharp enough using focus peaking etc. I've up'd the aperture to f8 on the EF M 11-22mm,focussed on the topmost millstone and sharpness front to back is what I'm after although I am having to apply more sharpening than usual in post to get the images similar to the 5D2/5D4
The foremost millstone/grindstone/pulpstone is approximately 6 feet in diameter.
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