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    OK Mark...now you've done it...I may have to break down and add yet another camera.

    Seriously all of these work...except the last one. I wonder if Nik Viveza and lowering the exposure or brightness at the center of the flower would help...or maybe lower sat or contrast. Looks too Sony!!!!!!

    All of the others are stunning....

    JMHO...and it is more humble each day. At least that is the plan.

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Gowin View Post
    5. This is a crop of the above photo.
    I am surprised how little camera shake there is. Not because of the shutter in the RX1, but the shudder that would be down my spine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    I am surprised how little camera shake there is. Not because of the shutter in the RX1, but the shudder that would be down my spine.
    Initially I thought it was a Morel....

    Not so tasty....

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    That is why there are not many mushroom hunters in Florida.

    The other thing that strikes me is that 35mm is not your textbook focal length for photographing predators in the wild.
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    Only a proctologist or an orthodontist would be comfortable with that focal length and exposure.


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    Sorry Mark to run this thread so OT...

    The pictures are marvelous and I need to look a bit closer at the camera....

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    OK Mark...now you've done it...I may have to break down and add yet another camera.

    Seriously all of these work...except the last one. I wonder if Nik Viveza and lowering the exposure or brightness at the center of the flower would help...or maybe lower sat or contrast. Looks too Sony!!!!!!

    All of the others are stunning....

    JMHO...and it is more humble each day. At least that is the plan.

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    Bob,

    Thank you for the comment concerning the color on the last photo. When I applied the profile created with the passport color checker, the color of the flower shifted from blue to purplish blue. However, it seems very close to what I remember in the very bright warm mid-morning south Florida sun. I will take another look at it again later on my calibrated display and see what de-saturating it does. Unfortunately, I didn't photograph this flower with my S2 for comparison.

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    I am surprised how little camera shake there is. Not because of the shutter in the RX1, but the shudder that would be down my spine.
    Surprisingly, I felt pretty comfortable being so close to the gator because it was in the culvert and my position above and behind it. I knew the culvert would prevent any swift moves by the gator to get to my position although I as only about 3-4 ft away.

    I admit to being surprised upon seeing the gator. I was not expecting it there and I had been there a couple minutes before spotting in it.

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    That gator shot is amazing, Mark. You sure did get close. I'm also impressed by your lack of hand shake. There was nary a hint of blur in the cropped image. By the way, I like your colors and processing for the entire series. Everything looks very natural.
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    Ashwin, I really appreciate your opinion of the processing. I am still trying to sort out the processing of RX1 images so it is great to get objective opinions of their appearance.

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    The following photos are from the same weekend trip as the Everglade, but they very different. This set is from the West Palm Beach Cavallino Classic Concorso d’Eleganza at The Breakers. It is a great venue to see some remarkable Ferrari's.

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    ISO 6400, low light...most impressive detail and color preservation that I have seen in a camera, to date...color me increasingly impressed. AF was accurate too for such darkly lit scenes...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Gowin View Post
    The following photos are from the same weekend trip as the Everglade, but they very different. This set is from the West Palm Beach Cavallino Classic Concorso d’Eleganza at The Breakers. It is a great venue to see some remarkable Ferrari's.
    Mark,

    These are looking close to shots with the S2...any thoughts?


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    Mark,

    These are looking close to shots with the S2...any thoughts?


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    I haven't done a direct comparison yet, but did shoot both cameras simultaneously at the Everglades and Cavallino so I should have some photos for an unscientific comparison. I can already say that I am happy enough with the RX1 IQ that I don't feel like I am missing too much versus using the S2.

    Before getting the RX1, I was content to use my iPhone for photos at times I couldn't have the S2 because the other compact cameras I had tried or considered weren't close enough in IQ for me to consider using them for anything serious (e.g., print for display). I had the LeicaX1 and was happy with its IQ but not its slow performance. I considered the X2 due to its improved speed and I also considered the Fuji X-E1 as viable candidates for what I wanted. I chose the RX1 for the full frame and extra resolution. I am very happy with that choice although the other two candidates would probably have been fine.

    As Ashwin mentioned above, the high ISO performance of the RX1 is excellent. It is liberating to actually be able to use auto ISO up to 6400 with no worries.

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    Duplicate post deleted. Sorry about that. IPad and poor service doesn't mix well.

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    Ashwin, excellent examples of the RX1 high ISO performance. I particularly like the B&W photo of yourself due to the clean tonal ranges.
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    Nicely done both Mark and Ashwin.
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    Thanks, guys. Mark, you are right that the RX-1 presents a nice opportunity for BW conversions. Coming from the M Monochrom, I find the transition and trying to achieve flexible BW results a bit challenging, but I am glad that you find the output pleasing.

    I have done a bunch of head to head ISO-ISO comparisons between the RX-1 and XE-1, and I don't think it's even close (wouldn't have said that a few weeks ago). The RX-1 dominates from ISO 1600 onward. This may be due in part to using LR4 to convert both cameras' RAW files, but RX-1 files retain incredible detail up to ISO 6400, though noise is apparent.

    I do feel that at base ISO's, I see less noise in the XE-1 files, and about the same amount of detail. It's a bit of apples to oranges, due to different file sizes from differing megapixels/sensor.

    The RX-1 is winning me over more and more. AF is better than the XE-1's performance in most circumstances, and both struggle for low light, low contrast work....

    I am gaining more and more of an appreciation for the camera....it's a real pocket rocket!
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    In keeping with Ashwin's inspiration for B&W with the RX1. Two from today.



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    Some landscape shot from Huang Shan last month.


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    Yat and Mark, amazing shots. Yat, your shots really show off the RX-1's dynamic range...
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    Sorry Mark to run this thread so OT...

    The pictures are marvelous and I need to look a bit closer at the camera....

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    OK Guys you need to cut this out....ever time I think I have my cameras sorted a thread like this starts.

    So looking at your stuff I thought .... looks good, then I thought ... looks real good.

    NO having worked with the camera for a week or so I have to say this combination of lens and sensor is a monster...there is nothing that it cannot resolve or capture in an engaging way. Seems like the more high frequency details in a landscape...the happier it is to reveal them.

    So what follows are a few pictures as I work at resolving the workflow...but what a wonderful UI...very intuitive. First camera I have had in the small sense other than an M that makes one want to shoot in M mode.

    Sony RX-1


    Small Lake Winter







    Trees Near Shore







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    As above....


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    Last for now...


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    Yatlee, your photos of Huang Shan are excellent. They are an impressive demonstration of what this little camera can do in capable hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    OK Guys you need to cut this out....ever time I think I have my cameras sorted a thread like this starts.

    So looking at your stuff I thought .... looks good, then I thought ... looks real good.

    NO having worked with the camera for a week or so I have to say this combination of lens and sensor is a monster...there is nothing that it cannot resolve or capture in an engaging way. Seems like the more high frequency details in a landscape...the happier it is to reveal them.

    So what follows are a few pictures as I work at resolving the workflow...but what a wonderful UI...very intuitive. First camera I have had in the small sense other than an M that makes one want to shoot in M mode.

    .....

    Bob
    You are a sly one Bob. You gave us a hint you may get an RX1. Congratulations. I am glad to know you seem to be as happy with the camera as I am.

    I think I recognize the lake/pond in some of your photos. I love the details in the photos and the colors look very natural.

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    Excellent images Yat.
    Well done Bob. Glad you enjoy this little powerhouse.
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    Mark and Joe,

    Thanks for the kind comments.

    And all the LIKES...thank you too.

    So here are a few from closer to home.....

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    Dynamic Range on this camera is impressive....


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    Did I mention color?

    Feels like I am cheating here.....


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    Color II

    This is all for a while....


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    Yatlee, your images were stunning, espcially the 1st one. I'd love to see that printed big, especially one done in such a way that sort of emulates a watercolor painting or maybe printed on fine art textured paper. Love it!

    As for this thread which I am reading in it's entirety for the 1st time...all your guys (and gal's) are going to cost me a small fortune if I keep looking at these great images and output from a gem of a camera...which of course will tempt me to purchase? Did I hear Getdpi has an emergency fund for just such an occasion? LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Did I hear Getdpi has an emergency fund for just such an occasion?
    Its a half-way house to protect you from creditors and spouses...

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    Yikes! I guess I need make a reservation and soon!...LOL!

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    Thanks Ashwin, Dave and everyone else's comments. Few more from the same trip and again with the RX-1.

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    Yat, atmosphere is great! Not sure if I'd like that 3rd image better with or without the gentleman and his camera. I tend to try to circumvent photographing people in similar types of images (of course it all depends on the image), but then again I often miss including a compelling element in such an image.

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    Everybody: Nice photos!

    I don't get out much. Here's one of our kittens.

    1/50s @ f/3.2; ISO 6400


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    A few shots from Zabriske Point in Death Valley.
    All at f/8 iso 100.





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    I love the lens and image quality, but the handling leaves much to be desired for me. Still giving it time, but I'll most likely be returning the RX1







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    Matt, handling and ergonomics are a very personal thing. Either you can get used to the camera or you can't. It is way too expensive to not enjoy using no matter how good the image quality is.

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    Got out for a little while this afternoon with my dad. Not a photo trip, but that is what I bought the RX1 for - those times when I might want to have a camera along, but photography is not the purpose of the trip.

    The RX1 files can take a lot of processing without falling apart. In the photo below, the rocks on the far side were in deep shadows and the falls were wanting to blow the highlights. I used -100 for the highlights and +100 for the shadows in LR4. It is pretty obvious when you really look at the photo and notice the different color temperature of the rocks on the near side versus far side. That could be adjusted some using a brush to normalize the white balance, but I didn't do that in this case. I don't intend to print the image so I didn't bother. The point I am trying to illustrate is that the image holds up nicely to pretty heaving processing adjustments even when pixel peeping at 100%.



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    Curiosity got the best of me so I decided to see if I could get the white balance of the rocks to match closer. This is what I got in about a minute or two. It would take more than that to make it good enough for print (e.g., include the rock portions in shallow water), but I believe it is doable based on this little test.



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    Mark, your dad is quite a kayaker.

    The files are nice and it is amazing what you can recover from the shadows and highlights.

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    Good one Shashin. I hope you are surviving the storm with nothing more than cabin fever.

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    At least my sense of humor is intact. I think. I still have 20" of snow, drifting to 48", to clear out of my 225' driveway, so we shall see. But we Mainers are tough and shoveling snow never caused drain bamage. At least know signs gyet.
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    When I lived in VT, I happened to be within a couple blocks of a small apartment complex and I was able to hire the guy that plowed the complex to plow my driveway at the same time. Clearing the walk between driveway and front door was enough work for me.

    Hopefully, all of the snowfall will offer some great photo opportunities for you.

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    After much debate and inner turmoil, I picked up the RX1 ....











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    Welcome to the fun Ashwin. I look forward to seeing your photos and you are off to a great start. The first photo of the little girl is excellent and I really like the variety of photos in the first set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    So much for the camera being unobtrusive. LOL Welcome to the club.
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    LOL. THanks, Shashin. But look at all of the folks who didn't see me ...

    It's good to join in officially!!!
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