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    Natural Light (no modifiers), Tripod, Stack of 5....Quite ugly

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    Struggled to expose this one. Does anyone have any advice on how to expose trees so that the spaces in between leaves and other parts of the scene do not get washed out. Thanks

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    Struggled to expose this one. Does anyone have any advice on how to expose trees so that the spaces in between leaves and other parts of the scene do not get washed out. Thanks

    DP3M0444-tree 2 by maxx.pace, on Flickr
    i would use "fill light" as much as i can in SPP, export as tiff, then fix it in Lightroom 5 (using local adjustment brush). or photoshop. it will be a long and boring process if you want to do it in details. almost painting every leaves

    in extreme cases, i will take two photos (bracketing) +/- 2 EV or even 3EV. then just cut and paste the tree/leaves into the correctly exposed background.
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    I have done it how can I get u the jpg?

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    UHDR, thanks for the advice. I'll try both methods (am trying to avoid the HDR look).

    Ohlhaus, thanks for the work on the pic. One can certainly see more of the tree trunk. Did you adjust fill light in SPP, or brush in photoshop or did you use any other method?

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    Lamps galore at the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul. Handheld snapshot.

    DP3M1887 - Lanterns in Istanbul by maxx.pace, on Flickr
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    Did it with NIk color efex Pro 4 use Detail enhancer Filter

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    Aya Sofia museum in Istanbul. It is a museum now, was both a mosque and church in the past.

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    Look who's King...In the gardens in Istanbul near Topkapi palace.

    [IMG]DP3M1594-Cats by maxx.pace, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    This here is from Devil's Punchbowl Waterfall near Arthur's Pass in New Zealand.

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    Some recent images with my DP3M processed in SPP 6.1


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    5 portrait images manually stitched taken in 5 minutes on the way to paint my mother in laws bathroom this morning.

    Handy to have a camera in the car at all times
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    my first studio shot with the DP3m, focus isnt perfect, lack of contrast and f=5.6
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    Lovely!

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    for 2 weeks just fog
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    Merrills are so mighty

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    I think I need to back off sharpening a bit as Flickr seems to add some (my original jpegs look fine)!
    Flickr does add a bit of sharpening, especially when you share an image in a smaller resolution than the uploaded original file. I usually upload files to flickr in a max resolution that will be shared elsewhere, e.g. 1280x850. This way extra sharpening is minimal. The compression level can be adjusted by Flickr any minute, of course, making my statement above invalid.

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    Frist outing with DP3M, Grand Canyon
    Stunning picture of the Grand Canyon. Do you still use the Merrill cameras?

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    Just got my DP3M two days ago. Here are a few shots.
    [IMG]Sigma DP3M Test-Leaves by Lainey1, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]Morning Light-Sigma DP3M by Lainey1, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]Ozzy by Lainey1, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]Sigma DP3M-Profile-B&W Photoshop by Lainey1, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]Sigma DP3M-Glare by Lainey1, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]Sigma DP3M-Morning by Lainey1, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    And the color profile shot of Ozzy. I can't wait to take this camera out. I also have the DP2M. I am debating about getting the DP1M. Anyone have all three?

    [IMG]Sigma DP3M-Profile by Lainey1, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Just beautiful shots here.
    What's the highest you went in ISO?
    Quote Originally Posted by Sauza View Post
    A bunch of BW dog pictures with the DP3M:


    _SDI0350 by El Sauza, on Flickr


    _SDI0438 by El Sauza, on Flickr


    _SDI0470 by El Sauza, on Flickr


    _SDI0334 by El Sauza, on Flickr
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    [IMG]12-11-14 (1873) by Lainey1, on Flickr[/IMG]

    At F/4, the DP3M doesn't get both the muzzle and eyes in four like my Nikon Does. Had to bring it up to F/10 when close to Ozzy.

    [IMG]Daylight by Lainey1, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Shoots differently than the DP2M. I find it tends to over expose a bit in Aperture Priority Mode. Am I wrong? Thoughts?
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    "At F/4, the DP3M doesn't get both the muzzle and eyes in four like my Nikon Does. Had to bring it up to F/10 when close to Ozzy."
    With same sensor size DOF is a matter of magnification and f-stop, not of brand,

    Compared to the DP2m I find the AF of the DP3m weaker, about aperture priority mode I dont know, I allways shoot with manual settings.

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    Here is a shot I took today with the Sigma DP3M of my French Bulldog Ozzy. I used the vivid setting in SPP and cut back on some of the saturation in Photoshop. I've only had the camera for three days. I do notice it tends to overexpose so have adjusted in camera setting of -0.3 to start. Anyone have any special settings they wish to share?
    [IMG]12-12-14 (1874) Lovely Ozzy by Lainey1, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Monochrome:
    [IMG]Lovely Ozzy by Lainey1, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    ISO 1600. I turned off luminance in the Monochrome setting. What else do i need to salvage the file and cut the noise? I know some people get better results. What's the SPP cocktail? I bet this prints well though.
    [IMG]Sigma DP3M- ISO 1600 by Lainey1, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lainer View Post
    Anyone have any special settings they wish to share?
    What metering mode do you use? Switch them around and see which will work better for your subjects. There is a big luminance difference between foreground and background in these shots. If -0.3EV exp comp. is all that is needed for these shots then your settings are fine.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lainer View Post
    What's the SPP cocktail?
    Take a look at this thread: http://www.getdpi.com/forum/other-ca...i-thought.html

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    ISO 1600. I turned off luminance in the Monochrome setting. What else do i need to salvage the file and cut the noise? I know some people get better results. What's the SPP cocktail? I bet this prints well though.
    [IMG]Sigma DP3M- ISO 1600 by Lainey1, on Flickr[/IMG]
    This is a lovely B&W photo IMO.
    I find a lot of the B&W photography posted today to be too contrasty. This photo has a lot of nice grey tones like a wet print in the old days.
    That is one ADORABLE pup as well!

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    Here is today's picture of Ozzy. (I've been photographing him daily for over five years. I have him on Flickr and my own blog site through blogger.)

    I prefer the Monochrome version to the color one, but I like both. It was a gloomy day outside here in Arizona. (Yeah, that's odd. It rained and was cloudy out this morning.)

    [IMG]12-13-14 (1875) Gloomy by Lainey1, on Flickr[/IMG]
    [IMG]Gloomy by Lainey1, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    [QUOTE=AlanS;615599]From this morning...


    Lovely shot. I miss those days living here in AZ, (Phoenix area.)`:dh2:
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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    This is a lovely B&W photo IMO.
    I find a lot of the B&W photography posted today to be too contrasty. This photo has a lot of nice grey tones like a wet print in the old days.
    That is one ADORABLE pup as well!

    Kind regards,
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    Thank you so much. I agree. I noticed when I first tried the Sigma DP2M a year ago that the B&W photos were like film, had a lot of variances in tones. I missed that! This is why I love the Sigma camera. Also, this printed quite lovely despite being shot at ISO 1600 with quite noticeable noise. I only printed at 5X7 though. Probably would fall apart if I printed large. Anyone know?

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