So today I feel incredibly stupid.
Whilst looking at some stunning long exposure black and white shots in a UK photography competition I see something that catches my eye. In the info for one particular shot it shows the photog has a Canon 5D MKII ( which I have had for a year or so now ) and has taken a shot at ISO 50. First thought was this must be a mistake, I have never heard of this capability, after a quick Google search I see it's a function/ability I have over looked.
In the off chance that I'm not the only 5DMKII owner that does not know about this feature I thought I would write this brief article.
Why would you need ISO 50? Well recently I bought a range of ND filters to help reduce light intake thus enabling longer exposures in daylight to generate motion... [ Read more...