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Nov 13, 2014 18:48 |  #91

Hogloff wrote in post #17270530 (external link)
Yes...but how do you narrow down what cameras to test? By listening to people on forms like this...I think not. By spending a couple of hours at various sites looking at their results...yep.

How do you decide? Listening to Thom?

Hey Hog, since you take some great pics the way you talk, might want to share them with me and i am curious to see the results.
Also might want to add some of your raw file, along with some of canons....
Since you use those brands.
Doen'st have to be tonight, i am in no hurry.

So just go shoot a couple of pics ,the same subject, same lens quality.....no PP, just raw.
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Nov 13, 2014 21:02 as a reply to  @ sega62's post |  #92

oh dear another pissing match. Hogloff if i were you i would just walk away. Your very first post was really all that needed to be said. However your going to have a hard time arguing against all the rabbit trails.


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Nov 13, 2014 21:08 |  #93

sega62 wrote in post #17270547 (external link)
Hey Hog, since you take some great pics the way you talk, might want to share them with me and i am curious to see the results.
Also might want to add some of your raw file, along with some of canons....
Since you use those brands.
Doen'st have to be tonight, i am in no hurry.

So just go shoot a couple of pics ,the same subject, same lens quality.....no PP, just raw.
Thanks

would that honestly prove to you which camera is better? tell me which camera produces better pics the new canon 7d2 or the 6d
lets not be childesh you started a thread about dxo marks not representing the whole of what canon offers. I dont think they do for any camera. They test the sensor, just a part of a whole.


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Nov 13, 2014 21:18 |  #94
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Nikon/Sony sensors have more dynamic range at base ISO. Period.

If that is important to you than go with Nikon. It is one part of the equation. Some don't care for it, others consider it the most important aspect. DXO results and real life testing bear this fact out (yes, there is photographic proof)

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Nov 13, 2014 21:22 |  #95

elitejp wrote in post #17270791 (external link)
would that honestly prove to you which camera is better? tell me which camera produces better pics the new canon 7d2 or the 6d
lets not be childesh you started a thread about dxo marks not representing the whole of what canon offers. I dont think they do for any camera. They test the sensor, just a part of a whole.

Really I would like some better pics to compare, just for the sake of it, its personal, nothing that needs to be shown here.
A lots of pics from the web are not easyto compare, i mean real life, not just some shadows and PP images.
So while we are talking bout images, i would like to get my hands on some real good pics.
Like i said, its for my own evaluation, nothing else, if you got some website i can go check and that are impartial....




  
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Nov 13, 2014 22:22 |  #96

Sega62, I can provide raws if you really want. It'll be an extreme scenario, but you'll get the point.


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Nov 14, 2014 09:02 |  #97

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Seems like CanonPaperboy is making answers for Hogloff. I could be wrong, but it's probably a duplicate account here made just for this thread.

CanonPaperboy - now banned - was most likely the reincarnation of also-banned CanonVsNikon. All signs pointed to that.


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Nov 14, 2014 15:48 as a reply to  @ gabebalazs's post |  #98

yay one more thread about Dxo scores... :rolleyes:


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Nov 14, 2014 16:48 |  #99

gabebalazs wrote in post #17271463 (external link)
CanonPaperboy - now banned - was most likely the reincarnation of also-banned CanonVsNikon. All signs pointed to that.

Good riddance.


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Nov 14, 2014 17:41 |  #100

Charlie wrote in post #17270903 (external link)
Sega62, I can provide raws if you really want. It'll be an extreme scenario, but you'll get the point.

I'd also like to see some of Hogloffs work. He obviously goes to a lot of effort for lots of his shots, so I wouldn't mind seeing what he produces. And what the difference is between the higher & lower rated sensors. I think I asked in another thread, but got no answer.




  
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Nov 14, 2014 20:06 |  #101
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speedync wrote in post #17272401 (external link)
I'd also like to see some of Hogloffs work. He obviously goes to a lot of effort for lots of his shots, so I wouldn't mind seeing what he produces. And what the difference is between the higher & lower rated sensors. I think I asked in another thread, but got no answer.

Ok...I'm traveling on business right now but will try to create a Flikr account and upload some older stuff I have in my Dropbox account. It won't be side by side images from my 5d2 and A7R for comparison...but it will give you a feel for the type of photos I shoot and sell.

The side by side comparison of real world images will need to be done when I get back home and have some time...whenever that is.




  
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Nov 14, 2014 20:15 |  #102
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OK. For those interested in what I shoot, I've moved some photos from my dropbox account to Flikr.

You can see them here: https://www.flickr.com​/photos/99304906@N07/ (external link)

The one of the salmon, I made it to look like a painting and a couple weeks ago I got it hanging in a resort lodge over a 20' high stone fireplace printed 4' x 6' onto canvas and float mounted. Looks awesome.

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Nov 14, 2014 20:23 |  #103

Hogloff wrote in post #17272628 (external link)
OK. For those interested in what I shoot, I've moved some photos from my dropbox account to Flikr.

You can see them here: https://www.flickr.com​/photos/99304906@N07/ (external link)

The one of the salmon, I made it to look like a painting and a couple weeks ago I got it hanging in a resort lodge over a 20' high stone fireplace printed 4' x 6' onto canvas and float mounted. Looks awesome.

harry

Nice! I always appreciate seeing photography from all who participate on POTN. Add the link to your POTN signature so it's always easy to visit your flickr page.

I wish everyone had a link to their photos; it's always nice to see where people are coming from. :)


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Nov 14, 2014 20:27 |  #104
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David Arbogast wrote in post #17272640 (external link)
Nice! I always appreciate seeing photography from all who participate on POTN. Add the link to your POTN signature so it's always easy to visit your flickr page.

I wish everyone had a link to their photos; it's always nice to see where people are coming from. :)

David, I'm in the midst of retiring from my career and moving into the next stage of life where I'll be traveling and doing documentary photography as well as landscape. I uploaded a few images I had in my Dropbox account to let others see some of my work and understand some challenges I have shooting my images. Flikr is not going to be my website as I'm in the middle of creating my own personal site. I won't release my personal site until I have time to keep it fresh...until then this Flikr site with a few images will have to do.




  
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Nov 15, 2014 02:13 |  #105

Hogloff wrote in post #17272628 (external link)
OK. For those interested in what I shoot, I've moved some photos from my dropbox account to Flikr.

And some magnificent shots there too. I particularly like A60.5, & Awakening. The 24-105 got a workout a few years back :)




  
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