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Aug 08, 2017 14:47 as a reply to  @ post 18421911 |  #5568

Thank You. I have some pictures of just the car, but I stepped back and looked for something better. Bob.


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Aug 09, 2017 04:08 |  #5571

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I really like the look and feel of this Image. What did you do in post to accomplish that, if you don't mind me asking?


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Aug 09, 2017 04:53 |  #5572

Those old trucks are making me weak! Love them.
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Aug 09, 2017 10:54 |  #5573

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I really like the look and feel of this Image. What did you do in post to accomplish that, if you don't mind me asking?


Not much in post, I shoot with Sony full frame sensors and I always shoot my lenses wide open and tend to underexpose, then bring up the file in post with some contrast, love me some contrast, I spend maybe 3 minutes in post with each file. I find the files to be rich in color and detail, a fullness that caused me to sell everything Canon I ever owned, not to start a gear war, as I was a long time Canon girl (been shooting since the late 70's) but I find Sony full frame sensors with fast glass makes for some wow images with pop, depth and a richness I hadn't experience with other gear.




  
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Aug 09, 2017 11:17 |  #5575

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Not much in post, I shoot with Sony full frame sensors and I always shoot my lenses wide open and tend to underexpose, then bring up the file in post with some contrast, love me some contrast, I spend maybe 3 minutes in post with each file. I find the files to be rich in color and detail, a fullness that caused me to sell everything Canon I ever owned, not to start a gear war, as I was a long time Canon girl (been shooting since the late 70's) but I find Sony full frame sensors with fast glass makes for some wow images with pop, depth and a richness I hadn't experience with other gear.

It works for sure. No I have to try and see if I can come close with my canon. Lol


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Aug 09, 2017 11:24 |  #5576

lijoec wrote in post #18423147 (external link)
It works for sure. No I have to try and see if I can come close with my canon. Lol


I know Canon is more then capable and obviously can produce a nice file, so I am not trying to trash Canon in anyway, I am simply being honest, I find Sony Full Frame IQ to be so much better. I am sure others will say the reverse as this is a 'subjective' topic in some ways,

I had to spend more time in post when I shot Canon, with Sony (atleast for me) I get more out of camera files that need very little editing which gives me a faster workflow which is key for me when I am on a timetable to deliver files to a client.




  
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Aug 09, 2017 15:22 |  #5578

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I know Canon is more then capable and obviously can produce a nice file, so I am not trying to trash Canon in anyway, I am simply being honest, I find Sony Full Frame IQ to be so much better. I am sure others will say the reverse as this is a 'subjective' topic in some ways,

I had to spend more time in post when I shot Canon, with Sony (atleast for me) I get more out of camera files that need very little editing which gives me a faster workflow which is key for me when I am on a timetable to deliver files to a client.

I understand. you said clients. So I can safely say your a pro. I'm a hobbyist, and as such i van only justify spending so much. Where as a pro, tools and price of them have a different meaning. Thanks for taking time to reply. It's always a pleasure to hear opinions of more experienced photographers.

Joe


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Aug 09, 2017 18:32 |  #5580

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