gabebalazs wrote in post #15334078
Getting the popcorn out and will quietly observe where this is going...
The movie changed a bit, if you look back.
I have some ISO 1600 popcorn I can share with you if you don't have any. Now I feel like getting real popcorn out...
I agree with your assessment too, this could explain why the following:
1) he seems color tinting on images where others do not
2) DR and color is always off
3) images are always soft
4) the images that were being critiqued in the post I linked earlier that he posted all seemed to pose the same qualities he says he sees in the other images, the 3 in the series posted in that one particular street shots post, along with the bedroom test shot that had 4 colors in it, with the rest being all white.
I am with you, I am curious on what all equipment he is using to view these images. I am currently on dual DELL 1440 resolution widescreens that are mostly calibrated running on an IBM Optiplex.
I theorize that his computer is a slower, probably older system, due to it not chugging through large images very quickly. If the monitor was a low resolution one with nothing more than an motherboard integrated video card, you would see such symptoms as these. This is why I had suggested a computer upgrade earlier, I was actually a bit serious about that. An 18mpx image from a 7D can be processed quite quickly with the slowest of my computers at home, a stripped down i3, and they look quite good on that laptop too.