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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    Same rocks also at strong overcast:

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    I think this processing is less harsh?
    Your light is much more diffuse and misty/foggy AND my vision for the look for this image was much more aggressive!

    I admire your work so I'll take our similar eye for the composition as a compliment.

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    >my vision for the look for this image was much more aggressive!

    Yes.

    >I admire your work

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    Here are a few fall shots:












    And here are a few of my thoughts on this little camera. Dominik Wojtarowicz Blog » Sigma DP2 Merrill: The great, the bad and the fugly
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    larkis

    Those are all excellent. I detect that they are well thought out and composed. Lovely colours and depth of field.

    Excellent article, as well.

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    Nice blog and work Dominik!
    I red your DP2 Merrill and Pentax 645D experiences with interest.

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    Thank you, Dominik, both for the pictures and for the essay.

    Your photographs are well seen and lovely; your essay well observed, well thought out and well written! I learned from them both and look forward to more from you in the future.

    With admiration and best wishes,

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    Today was a yellow day. DP2M in the local park.

    Willows just starting to show fall color, should peak in a week or two.


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    @scho

    Carl,

    Are they moths/butterflies in the larch picture, or just leaves?

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    Carl,

    Are they moths/butterflies in the larch picture, or just leaves?
    There are some OOF leaves on another tree to the left of the larch tree. This was shot wide open at f/2.8 to intentionally blur the background.
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    Rome with the DP2 Merrill

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    There are some OOF leaves on another tree to the left of the larch tree. This was shot wide open at f/2.8 to intentionally blur the background.

    And what about this very strange artifact?

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    There are some OOF leaves on another tree to the left of the larch tree. This was shot wide open at f/2.8 to intentionally blur the background.
    I meant here:



    There are some brown/orange things in the branches that look like they might be wings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakeshuck View Post
    I meant here:
    There are some brown/orange things in the branches that look like they might be wings?
    Sure :-) At least they really look like moth's wings.
    I was noticing something different, more likely a "bug" (in the technical meaning) than a moth.

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    And what about this very strange artifact?
    Your image is not visible, but if you are referring to the OOF lines to the right then those are power lines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shakeshuck View Post
    I meant here:



    There are some brown/orange things in the branches that look like they might be wings?
    No, just dead leaves.
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    Discussing the Crossrail Hole (see original at Flickr for explanation)

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    I love this freakin' camera!
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    Probably my last walk of the season in Upper Buttermilk Gorge. Ice is starting to form and in a couple of weeks the gorge trail will be closed until next May or whenever it is ice free in the spring. All with the DP2M on a tripod with a few 2 shot stitches.




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    Taking a stroll Valle Chiesa-Italy

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    So many lovely photos in the last few days, Would like to add three more:







    The last one is in color.
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    Wonderful colours in that non-colour landscape!
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    Carl, I for one will miss the gorge and your other locations that have shed so much light on this camera.

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    Carl, I for one will miss the gorge and your other locations that have shed so much light on this camera.
    Thank you John. There are a couple of other gorges that remain open during the winter that I'll visit, but Upper Buttermilk will have to wait until spring. It really does look like the next ice age is coming when it starts filling up with ice and snow. I'll try to get some shots from the rim trail (passable) this winter looking down into the gorge.
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    morning fog, Montauk fishing trip, jpg out of camera

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    I am really enjoying the detail and colors out of the Foveon sensor. One thing I have noticed is how naturally cool the color temp is out of the camera, even adjusting the WB in SPP. If I take it into PS/LR, I find I can get close to the Portra color palette pretty quickly.

    Also I have taken a few candids of people - with adequate light, skin tones are pretty good. I would say skin tones on the Foveon sensor are similar to what you would expect with film - in the shadows, you get the zombie effect. In sunlight, they are warmer than real life, but still good, though not as good as Fuji's digital skin tones.
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    After the Nor'easter. Caught this morning while having coffee.

    (Unfortunately, the screen was bolted and couldn't be removed for the shot.)

    Enjoy.

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    On a very grey day and evening at the harbour of Dieppe.

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    Last Night on Gulius Ceasar-Shot at ISO 800. It's got some noise, but doesn't see objectionable.

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    A toned B&W conversion of one of the gorge images I posted earlier. The image was converted using a soft proofing profile I made for printing with the TrueBW rip for the Canon iPF6100 to give a warm neutral tone on Canson Platine

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    Typical November day in CNY. DP1M, handheld. SEP2 B&W conversion and W/N toning same as previous image to fit the melancholy mood. Click image for full size original.

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    Something uplifting

    Wanted to photograph this for a long time, because I like the lettering, but there is always a car parked in front of the door. And now there was nobody and yes a car drove in the picture to park.

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    THis image needed the backstory and it makes sense.
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    Another one from the same day.

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    >Michiel

    Whre are these photographed? Not Amsterdam I goes, right?
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    Uwe, this is Le Treport, a coasttown in Normandy.
    The first one is Envermeu another little town in the same neighbourhood.

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    Le Treport from above.
    I took these shots many times with many different cameras and the difference in clearness, sharpness and detail is amazing. Today I took some shots with the NEX-7 + Minolta Macro 100/4 as well and the images look hazy and unsharp compared to these.
    Could be the lens or me but I don't think so.

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    Michiel, do you live there or still Amsterdam?

    Nice area. The clarity of the DP2M shots is amazing but there are other issues like color blobs.
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    An absolutely refreshing November afternoon at 71 F and light southerly breezes. Everyone was out enjoying the nice weather. Here are a few snaps with the DP1M (no tripod) taken on a walk up to Lower Enfield Falls.

    The old summer swimming hole where Enfield creek blows out of the gorge above. Dam boards are out now for the winter.









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    Uwe, I live in both places, although a little more in Amsterdam.

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    Wanted to test out zone focus on the DP2M and got this cool shot at an Apple store in Washington D.C.'s Georgetown section. Enjoy.
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    Some scenes from Washington, D.C.'s Georgetown.

    Potomac Patrol. Jetting Away. And skiff competition. Enjoy.
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    I live in both places, although a little more in Amsterdam.
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    A "quick and dirty" panorama from today. Tried my NodalNinja 3 with the DP2M . 6 Shots in portrait mode. The contrast from l to r is too big and i forgot to set to M mode, so it is shot in A at f 6.3. Ex was edited in SPP stiched in PT Gui pro.

    Rhein river and chemical plant:


    The Detail at 100% is just unreal (the jpeg shows some artifacts in the sky):

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    Hi all your dear fellows, and particular those who got both the PD1M and the DP2M.
    Well, well....please listen.
    I would better have liked to wait until 3 month with this question, but I can’t.
    I would like to get your personal non-objective opinion of which of these two you will prefer grabbing it hasty out of the doorway.
    For my part it’s obvious that the 2’ have the stellar appearance IQ-wise, colours, edge to edge sharpnes, but for my part it would seems too limiting with just a 45mm lens (perhaps..).
    I don’t think the 1’ have been giving full credit here (yes, yes I know the other thread, but still) while it in my eyes have something special to offer. Not the same colours, stellar spot on, rich and lively, but more soft, old fashion, film-like, sometimes a twist more odd, a bit more grainy, a bit more special. And a 28mm wide gives something else for free, the perspective like any other 28mm.
    But….Please write your thoughts just straight out of your mind…!
    And while you are thinking I’m just going to buy a Ricoh GRD IV tomorrow, just to have that simple and small real-pocket-camera with wonderful quality, and that splendid way to handle it, like a mini GXR, and just so user-friendly and some more Iso, for more liberated free hand pictures, for the outmost intuitive brain-hand-camera connection….(a mini-way of my lovely M6)
    And after you have written your thoughts down here, then I, after a little while, I can buy a 1M (or perhaps a 2M, we will see)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Hi all your dear fellows, and particular those who got both the PD1M and the DP2M.
    Well, well....please listen.
    I would better have liked to wait until 3 month with this question, but I can’t.
    I would like to get your personal non-objective opinion of which of these two you will prefer grabbing it hasty out of the doorway.
    For my part it’s obvious that the 2’ have the stellar appearance IQ-wise, colours, edge to edge sharpnes, but for my part it would seems too limiting with just a 45mm lens (perhaps..).
    I don’t think the 1’ have been giving full credit here (yes, yes I know the other thread, but still) while it in my eyes have something special to offer. Not the same colours, stellar spot on, rich and lively, but more soft, old fashion, film-like, sometimes a twist more odd, a bit more grainy, a bit more special. And a 28mm wide gives something else for free, the perspective like any other 28mm.
    But….Please write your thoughts just straight out of your mind…!
    And while you are thinking I’m just going to buy a Ricoh GRD IV tomorrow, just to have that simple and small real-pocket-camera with wonderful quality, and that splendid way to handle it, like a mini GXR, and just so user-friendly and some more Iso, for more liberated free hand pictures, for the outmost intuitive brain-hand-camera connection….(a mini-way of my lovely M6)
    And after you have written your thoughts down here, then I, after a little while, I can buy a 1M (or perhaps a 2M, we will see)
    Best
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    Thorkil,
    I don't want to "poison" your thoughts about DP1 vs DP2 Merrill as this is a very personal, subjective decision based on how and what you like to shoot most often. However, after using both cameras now for awhile I can tell you that the one I (perhaps not you) grab most often going out the door is the DP2. This is not specific to the merits of the Sigma lenses - just that I've always had this problem with 28s. I currently have (should sell them) five 28mm RF lenses that I've used on Leica M8, m43, and NEX cameras. I never was comfortable with this focal length (adjusting for crop factors). I'm sure that Rich and others have very different experiences, as have you. Technically I think that the lens on the DP2 has a slight edge over the DP1 lens, but both are really good.
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    I would be able to do most with the DP2M and not really with the DP1M. I tend to use normal to tele all the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Thorkil,
    I don't want to "poison" your thoughts about DP1 vs DP2 Merrill as this is a very personal, subjective decision based on how and what you like to shoot most often. However, after using both cameras now for awhile I can tell you that the one I (perhaps not you) grab most often going out the door is the DP2. This is not specific to the merits of the Sigma lenses - just that I've always had this problem with 28s. I currently have (should sell them) five 28mm RF lenses that I've used on Leica M8, m43, and NEX cameras. I never was comfortable with this focal length (adjusting for crop factors). I'm sure that Rich and others have very different experiences, as have you. Technically I think that the lens on the DP2 has a slight edge over the DP1 lens, but both are really good.
    Best regards,
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    Thanks Carl for answer.
    I do think its a matter of what you are grown up with. 28 is really too much "tele" for me, a lot of times. Had a 21mm on the M6 non-stop for several years. And then the SWC, which correspond with the 21. A sort of matter of how you look at the world. How things are getting challinged in your mind when you choose a subject.
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