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Old 06-19-2013   #41
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haha Keith....Your in good form with your quip
"foveon sensor captures detail without lacerating the Eyes"
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Once again we have a photo that shows how incredibly well the foveon sensor captures detail without lacerating your eyes ... very nice pic!
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haha Keith....Your in good form with your quip
"foveon sensor captures detail without lacerating the Eyes"
Hi Helen, Interestingly, there's a similar Cantonese slang that describes pictures that are too sharp.
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Hi Hellen, thanks!

The pic has PP, i use lightroom 2.5...

I often make things with colour saturation adn recover highlights.

I don´t sharpen and add little to no contrast.



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love the Glimmer of Light on his hands and just the overall
tonal colour range...striking & subdued ��

Does this photo have post processing or straight from camera ??????
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handheld at iso 800

pretty pleased, obviously there is some color noise, but better than expected.
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Took the DP2m along for my walk today at the reservoir, sometimes you will c the deer grazing near the trail. Of course there is always one of them acting as the spotter .. There were a couple of dogs on the trail with me, but they were good enough not to bark and spook them.. This was about a 75% crop.



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Could you distinguish if this is from DP2 or DP2M without looking at tech. properties of image?


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... that really is working well Michael, very nice
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Nice ones Wenge.

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It's hard to show the detail in landscape on the web w/this camera; there are dozens of birds on the original. The camera/raw files also handle shadow detail better than anything I've used yet. This shot I'm practicing on with this camera; software is weird. Lens kinda makes the south side of the bridge look a lot closer than it looks when standing there (on the Ft. Baker pier) I guess because of the focal length and intense detail. (the print is real good at 16x22")
Relly enjoy looking at this one ...Love the Light And the Crispness of the Image
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I'll give it a try. From the jpegs so could probably be a bit better but I haven't got raw conversion set p on linux yet. First one with a +2 diopter.



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Some shots between the rain that came in this week.. All done w/ DP3 Merrill..during walk around the neighborhood.

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nice, gary! nice to see you holding down the fort with the sigmas. i took mine out last weekend but ended up mostly indoors with kids running around so it didn't get much use. i really need to find time to use it in good light, i miss the output.
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nice, gary! nice to see you holding down the fort with the sigmas. i took mine out last weekend but ended up mostly indoors with kids running around so it didn't get much use. i really need to find time to use it in good light, i miss the output.
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Until I upgrade my computer, I would not be able to shoot raw on this camera. How are the JPEG's out of the camera in comparison to other high-end digi's and compared to the raw images out of the Sigma?
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Until I upgrade my computer, I would not be able to shoot raw on this camera. How are the JPEG's out of the camera in comparison to other high-end digi's and compared to the raw images out of the Sigma?
Prior to the Quattro line of cameras, the Merrill and earlier, jpgs are not very good compared to the raw image. I tend to shoot jpg+raw, mainly to use the jpgs to select the raw files I want to put thru spp.

The Quattro line the jpg engine us every bit as good as the one that comes from Fuji. Most of the time I find that I don't need to manipulate the raw file. I only need to use spp for situations I need to do some recovery work for dynamic range or playing w/ the color channels to manipulate a b&w image.. My guess is around 90% of the jpgs are usable w/o resorting to the raw file in the Quattro vs 0% for the pre-Quattro.

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Thanks Gary. Using JPEGs would be a temporary situation anyway but until I get this old computer replaced its good to know the output of the Merrill's will be useful.....Thanks
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The pre-Quattro jpgs will show
- noise sooner than the raw.
- the raw is much better in terms of
-- tonal quality
-- color is more accurate
-- noise can be controlled better via spp

The dp2 Quattro is so good w/ noise related issues, that I have not had the opportunity to even try the blue channel trick for shooting high iso monochrome in spp 6.1 yet. On my todo list to try out Merrill cameras and spp 6.1 in monochrome...

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