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Feb 13, 2018 13:37 |  #1

These two were taken with the H6D-50c and the H 80mm f/2.8.


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Feb 13, 2018 20:29 |  #2

That first photo is horridly overexposed, Devin! At ISO 200 one would expect to need 1/200 f/16 in bright sunlight (indicated by the shadows cast on the ground)...your indicated exposure would be 3+EV overexposed from Sunny 16 rule of thumb


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Feb 14, 2018 00:48 |  #3

Wilt wrote in post #18563228 (external link)
That first photo is horridly overexposed, Devin! At ISO 200 one would expect to need 1/200 f/16 in bright sunlight (indicated by the shadows cast on the ground)...your indicated exposure would be 3+EV overexposed from Sunny 16 rule of thumb

nice, lol. where can i read more about this?


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Feb 15, 2018 00:44 as a reply to  @ CH_Devin's post |  #4

Devin,

Look up 'Sunny 16', which is merely 1/ISO f/16 is bright sunlight rule of thumb.
There are some derivatives as well, like 1/ISO f/5.6 is rule of thumb for overcast.

http://naturephotograp​hyblog.squarespace.com …y-f16-rule-explained.html (external link)
https://www.slrlounge.​com …ntials-the-sunny-16-rule/ (external link)

These 'rules' were developed before cameras had meters. It provided guidelines for 'proper exposure' when you had no meter at all to use.
Knowing these rules today helps you to recognize what are obvious preposterous combinations of ISO and shutter speed and f/stop, like your severly overexposed first shot.


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Mar 31, 2018 23:17 |  #5

Hasselblad H5D-50c 24mm f/4.8


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Oct 07, 2018 14:09 |  #6

H6D + 24mm cropped


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Oct 07, 2018 15:08 |  #7

Hi Devon,

I cannot help but notice the significant high ISO noise (some might call it -- erroneously -- 'grain') and see the shot is ISO 6400. I presume the apparent grain might be due to significant cropping of the original frame, as I would not expect to see as large apparent noise in a frame the size of your Hassy.

You might consider shooting with a larger f/stop than f/6.8 (shot 2 of Post 6) as you would have plenty of DOF to get away with that, which would permit you to shoot with a slower and less noisy ISO. With 24mm on a 645 size frame (about what the digital Hassy has) the f/4 DOF is a very considerable 11m deep when the lens is focused at 5m!


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Oct 07, 2018 18:04 |  #8

Wilt wrote in post #18724298 (external link)
Hi Devon,

I cannot help but notice the significant high ISO noise (some might call it -- erroneously -- 'grain') and see the shot is ISO 6400. I presume the apparent grain might be due to significant cropping of the original frame, as I would not expect to see as large apparent noise in a frame the size of your Hassy.

You might consider shooting with a larger f/stop than f/6.8 (shot 2 of Post 6) as you would have plenty of DOF to get away with that, which would permit you to shoot with a slower and less noisy ISO. With 24mm on a 645 size frame (about what the digital Hassy has) the f/4 DOF is a very considerable 11m deep when the lens is focused at 5m!

Thank you for your advice! Wilt, your sensor reading is quite the good pace. I will note your suggestion for shutter speed.


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Nov 14, 2018 15:22 |  #9

Group picture inside an arena.


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Nov 16, 2018 10:01 |  #10

This doesn't seem to be the right camera to use for low-light events.



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Nov 16, 2018 10:35 |  #11

I know nothing about Hasselblad other than from the film days. I always thought they were one of the finest in the business.

Please don't take offense but, honestly, I think these pictures look just terrible. Surely something isn't right. Heck, my 600D looked considerably better than these.


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Nov 16, 2018 10:47 |  #12

I love my Phase One more than any camera I have ever owned, but I would not shoot it at an event like this.

Just not the right tool for the job.



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Nov 19, 2018 03:34 |  #13

The H6D is an excellent camera if you can get the focus right. Using a manual camera, with manual focusing (since the AF is slow,) can lead to a fluster when using the camera professionally.

Getting the shot in focus will allow you to use the medium format praised fifteen stops of exposure compensation in post production, and produce some excellent images.


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