2011 MasterCraft ProStar 197

Want to shoot bright white subjects (especially reflective ones) under a full sun at f/1.4? You will likely need a circular polarizing filter or a neutral density filter to reduce the amount of light hitting the sensor. Otherwise, even the 1/8000 sec exposure available on Canon's higher end DSLR cameras will not be fast enough to prevent the whites from being blown.
 
 
Camera and Lens Settings
35mm  f/1.4  1/4000s
ISO 100
5616 x 3744px
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