KatManDEW wrote in post #18276949
And yes, I would like to think to think someone with Canon gear could get as good or better images.
Well, of course they can! It doesn't look like there is anything particularly special in the images you linked to, from a technical standpoint. What is special about them is the result of the point of view from which they were taken, the distance-to-subject from which they were taken, the backgrounds themselves (in most of the images), and the subject-to-background distance (again, in most, but not all, of the images), and the skillful use of artificial lighting.
The "look" that you seem to refer to is just a function of having an illuminated subject with enough background separation that the background was not illuminated along with the subject. There is nothing about the "look" that would necessitate a sensor other than what Canon DSLRs come with.
What is really responsible for that look was the artist's vision, and his knowledge of lighting and compositional geometry, and how the one affects the other - which allowed him to capture his vision.
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