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    A short business trip with a few Manhattan impressions.
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    Re: Sigma DP1 Merrill Shots

    did you run after the shot?^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by foveon View Post
    did you run after the shot?^^
    No we actually chatted awhile and put the world to rights


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    Re: Sigma DP1 Merrill Shots

    first one is very difficult to frame or crop^^
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    That's easier^^
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    Medium-Enough Format


    Sunbathing on Sand
    1/1250s, f/5.6, iso100

    I was quite happy point-n-shooting that sunny midday (89F/85% humidity) without speedlight overheating issues - something I can't manage to do with my DSLR for over 40 frames in a row in HHS mode.
    In case of the image above, there is enough medium format punch for me, and that's what I recently acquired DP1M for to shoot in the environment with too much ambient light.
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    I recently went to Yellowstone National Park for a week of photography. I usually shoot with my Canon system but decided to shoot all but telephoto shots with my Merrills (1,2,3). I've rediscovered how great these cameras are!
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    Quote Originally Posted by adrewdecourcy View Post
    That looks brilliant. Care to explain a little about the process? Many thanks
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    Visiting Colorado's Mesa Verde National Park. Loads of history on native americans and excavated ruins. This house had 45 small rooms and was built in the 13th century.
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    Re: Sigma DP1 Merrill Shots

    I'm using my DPxMs for all but longer telephoto images. Thinking of selling my Canon gear. Considering a Fujifilm X-T2 and 55-200mm for a longer telephoto. If the Fuji works out, this combination (with a lighter tripod than the RRS) would provide the focal lengths I use and be a lot lighter to carry. (For wide angle shots I've been stitching with the DP1M).
    This is the Chaco Culture Unesco World Heritage site in New Mexico. Shot at ISO 800 and processed with DPP mono. (http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/353)
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    Mural collaboration by @starfightera & @djn3ff in Wynwood, Miami
    Very nice art and resolution of pic

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    Re: Medium-Enough Format

    Quote Originally Posted by Malina DZ View Post

    Sunbathing on Sand
    1/1250s, f/5.6, iso100

    I was quite happy point-n-shooting that sunny midday (89F/85% humidity) without speedlight overheating issues - something I can't manage to do with my DSLR for over 40 frames in a row in HHS mode.
    In case of the image above, there is enough medium format punch for me, and that's what I recently acquired DP1M for to shoot in the environment with too much ambient light.
    wow.. so nice sand and skin texture

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    I use polarizing and nd 10 filter with dp1 camera get that water effect

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    Re: Sigma DP1 Merrill Shots

    Thank you Tan for the compliments.
    I just wish to remind forum readers that DP cameras quite often do not produce such clean, free from aberrations files with accurate colors and intense detail.
    The more I shoot with dp1m, the more I learn its weaknesses which are induced on the tricky Foveon sensor by the 75 field of view lens design. Unlike dp2m files, the former shows noticeable traces of transverse CA even at f/5.6. CA correction is now turned on in my default conversion process since SPP handles it quiet well.
    Green/magenta pattern noise is unpredictable even at iso100 and may color shadows with patches that are difficult to get rid of with color balancing. This issue occurs in dp1m images more often than in dp2m.

    The worst offender to dp1m is a stray light. Dp1m 19/2.8 lens is very flare prone. The veiling flare adds a greenish haze that I don't find artistically attractive in any way.


    f/5.6, iso160, 1/1250s


    f/6.3, iso160, 1/250s

    Still, regardless of the above drawbacks that may influence/limit one's composition choice, dp1m can produce files with the accutance my 6D+2/28ZE can only dream about.

    Contemporary Art
    f/2.8, iso200, 1/30s
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    Re: Sigma DP1 Merrill Shots

    That is so true!!!

    I think that easiest way to shoot dp1m is on a claudy day and convert to monochrome

    Iso use 640
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