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    A few from a walk this afternoon at Sapsucker Woods (woods and swamp near Cornell Lab of Ornithology) with the DP2M. A hard freeze the night before took care of the mosquitos and also killed most of the tender plants.


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    Some autumn leaves.

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    Boston colors.
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    Taken Saturday in rural Maryland.
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    Re: Sigma DP2 Merrill shots

    Pflower,
    Which iso were you using for the shot of the flowers?
    Nice colors.

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    ISO 100, f8 on a tripod - shutter speeds varied over a series but usually around 1/100th or so. That picture is cropped somewhat. I could have used the close up lens but since I do so little macro work, I am undecided about that.



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    Which iso were you using for the shot of the flowers?
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    A quick snapshot with the DP2M to catch some gulls in flight. They were all sitting on the ground in front of the light and I tried to work my way around them for a better angle to the sun, but they took off early so this is was the best I could do. Harsh lighting required some shadow lifting and highlight adjustment.


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    A couple of DP2M shots from the weekend

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    Still just 'fiddling' really and getting used to SPP. Also, judging the correct exposure for shots when back on the computer a little tricky as I am working off a MBA 'on location' so ambient lighting that is different to what I am used to can affect how I view the image on-screen.

    I think it is fair to say, though, that I have not yet seen this level of clarity in shots of waves, rocks, sea etc ...

    The Merrill is fun ...

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    Fun.... Exactly, Lee, and isn't that a key part of photography?!
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    Some more fun!
    One of those coffeeshops.

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    More shots from Saturday's MD outing. This time to a pumpkin patch.
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    Re: Sigma DP2 Merrill shots

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Some more fun!
    One of those coffeeshops.

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    ahh yes...the "coffee" packs quite a punch in those places..... Er...so I am told...
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    I just received my DP2M and can't wait to take it out for a spin. Unfortunately work seems to get in the way of having fun. I suspect it will be at the end of the month for my holiday to Cambodia and Thailand. I am going to try and sneak a few hours this weekend in Napa.

    I had a non-DP2M question for Quentin, Steven or Michiel - love the borders you all are using - seem like the photo is floating on a canvas. Is this borders software or PS?

    Hope to upload some pictures in the near future -

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    Re: Sigma DP2 Merrill shots

    Hi there Leonard

    In my case, an action in Photoshop

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    Re: Sigma DP2 Merrill shots

    A certain reluctance to continue submitting shots here, simple because web-sized cannot do the Merrill justice but here's one more ...



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    Re: Sigma DP2 Merrill shots

    Just got a DP1M today. Will try some proper shots tomorrow. Intial views - DP2M quality for 80% of frame but some fall off and CA at the edges.
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    Re: Sigma DP2 Merrill shots

    Lee,

    Keep submitting the photos.

    I am following this thread with interest. Not sure this is the camera for me as I am not confident it suits my shooting style. However it is very interesting.

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    Re: Sigma DP2 Merrill shots

    Quote Originally Posted by leonardosfo View Post
    I just received my DP2M and can't wait to take it out for a spin. Unfortunately work seems to get in the way of having fun. I suspect it will be at the end of the month for my holiday to Cambodia and Thailand. I am going to try and sneak a few hours this weekend in Napa.

    I had a non-DP2M question for Quentin, Steven or Michiel - love the borders you all are using - seem like the photo is floating on a canvas. Is this borders software or PS?

    Hope to upload some pictures in the near future -
    An action in PS, as Quentin, Make the size you want 72dpi, make a boarder with canvas size, duplicate layer, go to first layer, make layer style (shadow etc.)

    This is out of my head, but it is about it. When you know what you want, you can record your actions and after that it is a one click affair.

    BTW You can find better instructions for it on the net.

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    Keep submitting the photos.

    I am following this thread with interest. Not sure this is the camera for me as I am not confident it suits my shooting style. However it is very interesting.

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    A few shots from an afternoon walk in my "backyard" gorge (5 min walk from my home). Sun in/out (mostly in), nice crisp fall afternoon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
    A certain reluctance to continue submitting shots here, simple because web-sized cannot do the Merrill justice but here's one more ...
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    Please continue submitting. Try 1200 pixel images for posting here with a link to a full size image (or crop) for those who wish to revel in the gorgeous detail this camera can produce.
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    Re: Sigma DP2 Merrill shots

    At full size the detail is remarkable.

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    Southwold pier



    and Full rezz version here
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    Sapphie,
    Please keep sharing.
    Love the shadows on your last
    as contrast to the tower,
    really magical

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    Hi there Leonard

    In my case, an action in Photoshop

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    Great - not a lot of experience with actions but though that was the case. I will give it a go. Thank you.

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    An action in PS, as Quentin, Make the size you want 72dpi, make a boarder with canvas size, duplicate layer, go to first layer, make layer style (shadow etc.)

    This is out of my head, but it is about it. When you know what you want, you can record your actions and after that it is a one click affair.

    BTW You can find better instructions for it on the net.

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    Thank you Michiel - I will give that a try in PS -

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    Just arrived on Martha's vineyard.
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    Just arrived on Martha's vineyard.
    Very nice. Looks like you were lucky with the weather.
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    Just arrived on Martha's vineyard.
    Love it. Spent many good times there.
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    Re: Sigma DP2 Merrill shots

    While this relates to my new DP1M, I though this brief test would be of interest to DP2M users

    The shot below was intended to test sharpness, CA, fall-off etc. Generally the image quality is close to the DP2M, but there is more CA apparent.

    The two inserts are from the edge of the frame. One shows CA which has no correction applied to it, and the other is identical except I ticked "Chromatic Aberration, Lens Profile" in Sigma Photo Pro, which has almost completely eliminated it. In fact a touch more correction may be needed completely to eliminate all signs of fringing but the "off the shelf" result using standard Lens Profile is pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    While this relates to my new DP1M, I though this brief test would be of interest to DP2M users

    The shot below was intended to test sharpness, CA, fall-off etc. Generally the image quality is close to the DP2M, but there is more CA apparent.

    The two inserts are from the edge of the frame. One shows CA which has no correction applied to it, and the other is identical except I ticked "Chromatic Aberration, Lens Profile" in Sigma Photo Pro, which has almost completely eliminated it. In fact a touch more correction may be needed completely to eliminate all signs of fringing but the "off the shelf" result using standard Lens Profile is pretty good.
    Yes, I do the same with my DP1M images. Occasionally an image will also have to be processed with the LR de-fringe dropper to get rid of purple fringing.
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    Good to know that SPP can at least deal with the CA on the DP1M Quentin. Appreciate your taking the time to conduct the test.

    As much as I like my DP2M, there are times where I think the 1 would make more sense (no, sadly can't really justify them both)

    With the 45mm equiv on the 2, I find I need to stitch a bit for the way I "see" a scene, and really, if I'm taking the trouble to stitch, I can do the same with another CSC and still get a very high resolution image (with easier workflow to boot). Really the reason for stitching is simply to get a wider FoV, I don't need a 40+mp image as I'm just not going to print that large. DP2M in a single frame delivers all the resolution I need/want for 99% of shots.

    As such, the DP1m could make more sense as I could have more single frame captures with its wider FoV, which would be great.

    Only concerns are the 30mm lens seems so good and I do rather enjoy that stunning edge to edge sharpness and ability, when paired with the X3 sensor, to resolve such fine detail.

    It seems its the combo that delivers the "magic". The SD1m images I've seen, just don't seem to have it, because while the same sensor, the Sigma glass seems to be the weak points.

    I just don't want to bother with the drawbacks of the DP's such as battery life etc, and then only get a file that has soft corners, CA etc, basically none of the "wow" factor that makes it all seem worth the hassle when you view a DP2m resulting file

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    Re: Sigma DP2 Merrill shots

    Hi there

    My feeling is that if we had never seen the DP2M images, we would all have been wowed by the DP1M. It's not that it's lens is a weak link - actually it is pretty much as good as the DP2M for most of the frame - it's just the DP2M's 30mm lens is so exceptional.

    I think the 1 +2 combo makes sense for me.


    Quote Originally Posted by Millsart View Post
    Good to know that SPP can at least deal with the CA on the DP1M Quentin. Appreciate your taking the time to conduct the test.

    ....

    It seems its the combo that delivers the "magic". The SD1m images I've seen, just don't seem to have it, because while the same sensor, the Sigma glass seems to be the weak points.

    ....

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    Re: Sigma DP2 Merrill shots

    I am not going to buy the DP1 as well, the DP2 has just the right focal lenghts for me. If not, I will stich. I have the whole set up for panorama's now but i am waiting for the right opportunity time/weather wise. Stay tuned.

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    Re: Sigma DP2 Merrill shots

    Hi Michiel

    The DP2M is the perfect camera for stitching. I take delivery tomorrow of a 100 x 24 inch C-type panorama, sealed under perspex, which was taken with the DP2M.

    I justified the DP1M to myself on the basis of an upcoming trip where I will be moving around in confined alleys and spaces. Otherwise I am completely with you, use the DP2M to stitch with great results.
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    I'm not sure if my PC is up to the task (or am I given the time it will take in SPP) but I should really throw my DP2M onto my Gigapan robotic head and see what a 200 or so megapixel equiv Foveon stitched mosaic would look like just for the fun of it this weekend.

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    Hi Michiel

    The DP2M is the perfect camera for stitching. I take delivery tomorrow of a 100 x 24 inch C-type panorama, sealed under perspex, which was taken with the DP2M.
    Would you mind explaining what a type-C is?

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    Not so much 'detail' here but colours came up well!

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    Thank you Michiel - I will give that a try in PS -

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    Quickmats is another option, although it was designed primarily for print output. It runs as an action in Photoshop and includes many options. Here is a sample using an image I posted earlier in this thread. The full size version can be used to create a very high resolution print suitable for framing under glass without any additional matting. Very deceptive, see full size for texture I applied to mats.


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    Would you mind explaining what a type-C is?

    Thank you in advance!
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    Sure, a C-type print in my case will be a Lambda print using lasers and photo sensitive paper - essentially a modern take on old fashioned chemical prints. Fans of the process say it is superior to inkjet prints because it is a continuous tone technology, not ink dots, but that is not the reason I am using it. I am using it because the final result will be sealed on the back of a Perspex "lamination" which won't work with an inkjet print. In short, it's a top quality long lasting system.

    I have already printed the image full size on my Epson 7900 so the comparison will be interesting. It is however pretty expensive.

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    Full size: http://leesdavis.zenfolio.com/img/s4...1200994574.jpg

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    Wonderfull photo!

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    Re: Sigma DP2 Merrill shots

    More DP1M reassurance

    Another test shot today - no pespective or horizon corrections as that can compromise detail.

    But I think this looks as good as an DP2M shot for texture and detail rendition.

    https://dl.dropbox.com/u/9806585/DP1M%20image.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    More DP1M reassurance

    Another test shot today - no pespective or horizon corrections as that can compromise detail.

    But I think this looks as good as an DP2M shot for texture and detail rendition.

    https://dl.dropbox.com/u/9806585/DP1M%20image.jpg
    Excellent! A perfect compliment to your DP2M.
    Carl
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