on request of some, asking for images taken at ISO 800 with the Sinar eMotion 75, I have taken a shot this early morning, during sunrise.
The result is an image, at ISO 800, purposely under-exposed and chosen due to its high-contrast.
- Camera: Sinar Hy6
- Lens: Zeiss Planar 110mm/f2
- ISO 800
- Aperture: f5.6
- Exposure: 1/40
In the following screenshots it does show first the image as shot, when the eXposure DNG is opened in ACR, WITHOUT grey balance, then opened in PS without any correction:
The next screenshot (Pic1') shows the image after a grey balance.
The next 3 screenshots show the entire image with its R, G & B channels (Pic 2, 3 & 4).
The next screenshots show 100% details of this image, with the respective R, G & B channels at 100% (Pic 5 to 16) = 3 different details (shadows, highlights & mid-tones).
The next image shows when opened in PS, AFTER corrections done in ACR (Pic "ISO800_ACR_Correct"), and opened in PS (Pic "ISO800_PS_Correct").
From this corrected image, the same 100% details are shown with their R, G & B channels (Pic 18 to 29).
Finally, the last image is a JPG finished file, to give an better idea than the attached screenshots.
- I have had some "problems" 2 days ago, when posting my "Orchid" images. The images did not correspond exactly in terms of contrast and saturation, despite having tried with Adobe 98 and then with sRGB assigned. So I am not sure what the colors and the contrast/saturation will look like. I am not sure if a big difference will be seen between the grey-balanced image and the one not, etc ... in the screenshots attached.
- I can however provide the original files on request.
- I have to post this in different posts, being limited to 5 attachments each time.