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Jul 01, 2016 11:31 |  #1

I rarely post in this forum. But wanted to show you what the files are looking like with the new 1Dx2. A lot of people think its just a sports camera. By far the best camera I have ever used. Servo DOES NOT miss with this camera. so Its something to consider if your doing a lot of weddings.

This is a straight off camera file, with a LR preset for my import. Sent it to OnOne for a color enhance at 30% and it was ready to ship. Also used a cheetahstand CL-360 for OCF at capture.

This will be her bridal portrait for her album. We Hiked (1.5 Miles) into these falls for her Day After session.


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Jul 02, 2016 06:06 |  #2

Might have slowed the shutter a bit to give the water some more blur.


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Jul 02, 2016 08:49 |  #3

We had to hike down a MTN and you grab cables going up/down and use ropes to get to location... So not easy access. Give and take situation here with 2 people carrying gear. Tripod stayed home. Also agree. But using a 135L and handholding....1/160 minimum with this lens.


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Jul 02, 2016 15:16 |  #4

I've been looking and haven't found a good ISO chart. I'm curious how many stops of DR it has in the low end and how it compares to the 6D on or past 12,800...


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Jul 03, 2016 15:41 |  #5

Silver-Halide wrote in post #18056139 (external link)
I've been looking and haven't found a good ISO chart. I'm curious how many stops of DR it has in the low end and how it compares to the 6D on or past 12,800...

Go start looking through the 1Dx11 thread. It had 5 stops. On par with the Sony sensor. Much Much better than a 6D


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Jul 03, 2016 22:47 |  #6

Cool thanks. I've largely resisted the sport of 'measurbating' but when I saw Jared Polin's review and RAW files from the D5 I about lost my mind when I saw how good the files looked at ISO 51,200 :rolleyes:


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Jul 04, 2016 05:39 |  #7

Hi, how was the bride lit?




  
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Jul 04, 2016 08:27 |  #8

we lit her with a CL360. We could have easily lit her with a speedlight as we lost direct light when clouds moved in. I drag in the 360's just in case we have brighter ambient


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Jul 04, 2016 16:46 as a reply to  @ umphotography's post |  #9

Thanks. Could you have lit her full body with one speed light ?




  
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Jul 04, 2016 21:49 |  #10

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Thanks. Could you have lit her full body with one speed light ?

Yes.

I would have still used the long throw reflector and mounted the speed light on a pro S bracket. Actually In Hindsight, that might have been a better choice because I would have ETTL option. But you never know what light is going to be like in these areas on the Mountain that we hike into.


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Jul 04, 2016 23:27 |  #11

Nice work. I would have liked to have seen a slower shutter speed used for the water, but I can understand not wanting to haul more gear than necessary.


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