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Apr 25, 2014 17:23 as a reply to  @ post 16861291 |  #1651

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Apr 25, 2014 18:31 |  #1652

Killer shot. Amazing dynamic range from the foreground snow to the shadows. Is this a HDR merge?


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Apr 25, 2014 20:28 |  #1653

Jamooche wrote in post #16861507 (external link)
Killer shot. Amazing dynamic range from the foreground snow to the shadows. Is this a HDR merge?

Thank you! It is from a single file RAW-file, exposed for the sky.

I lifted the shadows with Lightroom's "graduated filter". After that I used a hint of Nik Color Efex. :)


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Apr 25, 2014 20:29 |  #1654

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Apr 25, 2014 20:35 |  #1655

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Apr 25, 2014 20:41 |  #1656

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Apr 25, 2014 20:45 |  #1657

Ginga wrote in post #16861713 (external link)
Thank you! It is from a single file RAW-file, exposed for the sky.

I lifted the shadows with Lightroom's "graduated filter". After that I used a hint of Nik Color Efex. :)

Nice! Noticed you sold the Mark III for the A7R...very interesting.


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Apr 25, 2014 21:26 |  #1659

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Nice! Noticed you sold the Mark III for the A7R...very interesting.

Well it made a huge difference for my landscape photography. The dynamic range, resolution and sharpness I get from this sensor is just too good to resist. The RAW-files are rich and super clean, no matter how much I push and smash them around in post processing.

When it comes to AF the camera is slow but very accurate. And manual focus is easy as pie thanks to focus peaking and focus magnify in the EVF.

The only ting I truly miss from the 5D3 is the ergonomics, but its not a biggie. :)


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Apr 27, 2014 14:40 |  #1661

i must keep out this thread, my pocket is not going to thank me if i keep coming in here .....


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Apr 27, 2014 18:13 |  #1662

digital paradise,

Nice photos of Jungfraujoch! I´ve been there in 2006 and it is a terrific place.


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Apr 27, 2014 21:27 |  #1663

Ginga wrote in post #16861806 (external link)
Well it made a huge difference for my landscape photography. The dynamic range, resolution and sharpness I get from this sensor is just too good to resist. The RAW-files are rich and super clean, no matter how much I push and smash them around in post processing.

When it comes to AF the camera is slow but very accurate. And manual focus is easy as pie thanks to focus peaking and focus magnify in the EVF.

The only ting I truly miss from the 5D3 is the ergonomics, but its not a biggie. :)

That's really interesting. If you keep a Canon body too, you could have the best of both worlds. I don't really use AF any when doing landscapes on the tripod. Focus peaking would make MF focusing for best DOF even easier.


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Apr 28, 2014 00:45 |  #1664

murilo_mms wrote in post #16865595 (external link)
digital paradise,

Nice photos of Jungfraujoch! I´ve been there in 2006 and it is a terrific place.

Yeah it is terrific. We really enjoyed it.


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Apr 28, 2014 06:43 |  #1665

Jamooche wrote in post #16865973 (external link)
That's really interesting. If you keep a Canon body too, you could have the best of both worlds. I don't really use AF any when doing landscapes on the tripod. Focus peaking would make MF focusing for best DOF even easier.

I've been using the a7r w/Canon lenses and focus peaking for portraits too. Once you get the hang of it, provided you're not dealing with subjects in motion, manipulating the focal plane with the focus ring can actually be faster than toggling AF points and waiting for the AF to lock. Plus the dynamic range of the sensor is much more forgiving of high contrast light...makes working with natural light much more practical, as I can get a good exposure on my subject without worrying as much about blowing out the background. I basically only need flash when I don't have a flattering light source to paint on my subject.


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