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SEP2, Loch Duich...
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The gerberas are shot in natural light with almost no setup. The image above with the back of the gerbera was shot in 'bright' shade (so that the background became very dark) while the face of the flower was shot while it was directly in the sun , so the colors were quite saturated (a little too much).
Picked up a Sigma Merrill Dp3.
Seems like a nice camera so far.
A couple of b&w images using the blue filter to reduce noise at iso 1600 and 3200.
And a color image at iso 200.
iso 1600 f2.8 1/125
iso 3200 f2.8 1/320
iso 200 f2.8 1/200
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Printing day -
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A few from New York with the DP3M.
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Rock n' House -
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More difficult than a bee -
I am not that "macro" freak but if all do: first fig of the year
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ISO 1000, 1/60, f=2.8
its an hungarian boy, so he is the better^^
Darlene, I have too many cameras already... My hope is a MkII Quattro type sensor with the current issues resolved or at least reduced.
But it must be full frame.
If Sigma develop such a camera, I will buy it - as, I expect, will many others.
"Creativity takes courage." ~ Henri Matisse
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The best investment a photographer can do : a pair of boots. In this case I recommend you Le Chameau brand with Michelin soles. You can't imagine how much new adventures can bring to you a simple yet comfortable pair of boots.
Beside that here is a snap of the boots, DP3m / ISO640 / f3.5 / no editing.
And some crops :
Can't wait to see Quattro comparison at same settings
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Here is a goat and a crop, same settings, to judge details and noise :
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