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Sep 29, 2014 02:57 |  #3121

^agreed. I'm not much into architectural photography but those shots will grab and hold anybodies attention!


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Sep 29, 2014 04:11 |  #3122

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Sep 29, 2014 08:23 |  #3123

digital_AM wrote in post #17183007 (external link)
Super shots David

Thanks!

tonyniev wrote in post #17183170 (external link)
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amazing IQ with the TSE, how do you focus, simple peaking?

Thank you! Yes, I used focus peaking. Makes things so much easier with using the TS-E handheld. :)

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wow super sharp. popping colors. did you used tripod on those?

Thanks! Tripods are frequently forbidden in public interior spaces, so I just shot all handheld. I used the widest aperture on the second one, rested the camera on a railing for the third, and underexposed on the fourth as varying strategies for getting sharp shots.

I like that I can intentionally underexpose interior shots with the a7R and successfully recover in post without additional shadow noise. :)

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Stunning shots david

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MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #17183313 (external link)
^agreed. I'm not much into architectural photography but those shots will grab and hold anybodies attention!

Thank you!


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Sep 29, 2014 08:50 |  #3124

out of this world stuff david


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Sep 29, 2014 10:09 |  #3125

David Arbogast wrote in post #17182968 (external link)
Kansas State Capitol Building (first one with Otus 55mm, remainder with TS-E 24mm):

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Really love the use of tilt on this one. I'm usually occupied with getting the verticals true by using the shift and tilt is only a secondary manipulation in order to keep most of the building/wall plane in focus. This really is an eye-opening shot.



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Sep 29, 2014 10:33 |  #3126

Charlie wrote in post #17183655 (external link)
out of this world stuff david

Thank you!

Mu Eugene wrote in post #17183768 (external link)
Really love the use of tilt on this one. I'm usually occupied with getting the verticals true by using the shift and tilt is only a secondary manipulation in order to keep most of the building/wall plane in focus. This really is an eye-opening shot.

Thanks! I wanted to do a couple of things with that shot: 1. shoot wide-open at f/3.5 to minimize shutter speed (and lower ISO), 2. draw a continuous plane of focus that extends from the lower stair up to the upper balcony railing.

This was the first time I actually had the tilt at an angle (to align with the stair). Unfortunately it threw my verticals out of wack. On a tripod I can usually make the necessary shift compensations, but that proved too complex for this handheld shot. So, the verticals were corrected in Capture One.


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Sep 29, 2014 10:56 |  #3127

another with the TS-E 24 II:

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Sep 29, 2014 11:10 |  #3128

^Gorgeous hues!


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Sep 29, 2014 11:51 |  #3129

David Arbogast wrote in post #17183882 (external link)
^Gorgeous hues!


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Yes, gorgeous.

And about that interior architecture, i bought TS-E 24 and TS-E 17 for architecture as first main reason then for outdoor and landscapes as another reasons, and i couldn't find words to describe the beauty shots of that architecture.


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Sep 29, 2014 12:52 |  #3130

Only when I switched to Sony did I understood and appreciate the power of high dynamic range sensors. Look at the highlights recovery here.

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Sep 29, 2014 17:01 |  #3131

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Sep 29, 2014 17:14 |  #3132

vinmunoz wrote in post #17184139 (external link)
Only when I switched to Sony did I understood and appreciate the power of high dynamic range sensors. Look at the highlights recovery here.

Shooting raw with dslrs really opened my eyes a few years ago. The Sony sensors have taken it a notch further IMO.


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Sep 29, 2014 17:15 |  #3133

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Only when I switched to Sony did I understood and appreciate the power of high dynamic range sensors. Look at the highlights recovery here.

amazing. simply amazing. saved a photo that otherwise would have been thrown out in a second


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Sep 29, 2014 19:30 |  #3134

This Sony is like a Mini or baby medium format.


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Sep 29, 2014 21:29 |  #3135

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Only when I switched to Sony did I understood and appreciate the power of high dynamic range sensors. Look at the highlights recovery here.

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haha...don't show this to the canonites.


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