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    Nice shots, but why black doesnt look very black.^^

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    I do not know. Winter is grey here so it might leak on my B&W
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    ...Winter is grey here....
    Not like here^^
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    I thought readers of this thread might be interested to see my current 'camera dream team'.

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    On the right, a Leica Q which gives me in effect 28mm-50mm (cropped) coverage and on the left a Sigma DP3M which gives me 75-135mm (cropped) ability. And in a small package which is light and manoeuvrable. I also use a Hoodman Loupe with the DP3M - which is kept in place by the optional elastic strap gadget sold as an optional extra.

    But of course, the proof of the pudding is in the eating.

    The 'Old Rose' public house, Wapping
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    The top of the 'Working Lads Institute' Whitechapel. I'm showing this because cropped it is still a 7.5mpx file, which is more than adequate for the web (and print publications where I intend to use it).
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    Even though the lens is only a 50mm combined with the APS-C sensor it still exhibits the kind of compression effect that I like to play with. In this case bringing the distinctive towers of the City of London into dramatic pespective with Whitechapel Road.
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    Not really missing the 70-200 which I briefly owned and then sold on.

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    from the last days
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    Sorry to re-port the image, looks like my attachments have been removed since the forum upgrade.

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    Keep It Simple.
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    I'm so glad I bought back a Sigma DP3M again. This is a little known building in New Road, Whitechapel where the Salvation Army movement was conceived in 1865.

    You might want to take a look at a full size jpeg export from LR6 available here (12MB file).
    The edge to edge sharpness is incredible as is the detail in the image.

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    I haven't really explored the virtues of the DP3M as a street photograph camera, mainly because I rarely do actual street photography. However, I could not resist seeing what developed around this bizarre message on a hoarding outside the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel.

    I'm wondering if the 75mm lens gives a flatter field (due to compression) which benefits this type of shot. Never thought about it before.

    "Indifference to suffering"

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    Morning -

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    Sun ray in the autumn forest. Oct 30, 2013. Sigma dp3 Merrill.
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    Re: Sigma DP3M

    Quote Originally Posted by Vadim Piottukh View Post
    Sun ray in the autumn forest.
    Vadim, is it a single exposure? How good is DP3 flare resistance?

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    I wouldn't seriously recommend the DP3M as a birding camera but it was the only one I had with me today that could cope with the task. I had to look these birds up: they are Egyptian Geese. In ten years of walking the Regent's Canal I have seen many Canadian geese but never this type.

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    nice, and what did they bring with them, a toy or a remote controll?

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    nice, and what did they bring with them, a toy or a remote controll?
    Even at 100% I cannot work out what that thing is in the grass in front of them. It looks like a robot from Star Wars! In fact there is a light show going on at this point in the canal at present and I think this must be some kind of control for the lights.

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    Camley Street Basin, late afternoon.

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    ISO 400, f 2.8
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    Not shot on the DP3M but my setup today. I finally decided if I was serious about a photograph I've been trying to capture I needed to put some effort into it(!).

    Sigma DP3M, Manfrotto portable tripod (I think an early BeFree), a Hoodman Loupe with the optional elastic straps (quite useful), a System 5 filter holder and in this case two filters and a circular polariser.

    Because of the filters you have to work in manual speed/aperture mode and I found it easiest to keep adjusting aperture and speed until the shot when taken was properly exposed.

    I look on it as being a pint-sized view camera.



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    One of the shots from today, using the equipment above.

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    One more from yesterday, shot using the DP3M. The foreground is part of the old mechanism from a Victoria gas holder which has been turned into a park on the Regent's Canal. It is opposite the main line out of St Pancras International station. If you wait long enough you can catch a Eurostar on its outward journey.

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    Re: Sigma DP3M

    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    I'm so glad I bought back a Sigma DP3M again. This is a little known building in New Road, Whitechapel where the Salvation Army movement was conceived in 1865.

    You might want to take a look at a full size jpeg export from LR6 available here (12MB file).
    The edge to edge sharpness is incredible as is the detail in the image.

    Thank you for sharing this wonderful image with us Louis. I downloaded it and made a 13x19 inch print of your photo this evening. Holding this beautiful print in my hands, you have inspired me to pull my DPMs out of the closet, charge up the batteries and hopefully get out to use them more often. Thanks again!

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    @biglouis
    our worlds seem to be a little different^^
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    Thank you for sharing this wonderful image with us Louis. I downloaded it and made a 13x19 inch print of your photo this evening. Holding this beautiful print in my hands, you have inspired me to pull my DPMs out of the closet, charge up the batteries and hopefully get out to use them more often. Thanks again!

    Gary Benson
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    Glad to be of service. I don't doubt that it prints beautifully and I don't mean to boast about my photographic skills more the incredible fidelity of Sigma Merrill images.

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    A whiff of Spring in the garden. Iris reticulata.

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    Hello Louis

    I'm really liking your photos from bits of London not normally seen. The DP3M is perfect for this - and a good eye!
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    Hello Louis

    I'm really liking your photos from bits of London not normally seen. The DP3M is perfect for this - and a good eye!
    Thanks, Steve. Here is one from the Regent's Canal.

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    Re: Sigma DP3M

    Louis sparked my interest in shooting with my DP Merrills again, so I pulled them out of the closet and brought them with me today to do a little casual shooting along the Ship Creek industrial area here in Anchorage, on my way to the office. I have a nice Think Tank Mirrorless Mover bag that holds all three of the Merrills (I think somewhere here actually shared a photo of their cameras in this bag), so I took a few shots with all three cameras.

    Here are two from the DPM3. These are actually the first I have taken with the camera hand held and using autofocus. It seemed to work quite well. Both of these images were processed in SilverEfex Pro2.

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    Here's one from my trip to Death Valley National Park in March 2015. The view from Zabriskie Point just after sunrise. Manly Beacon is out of the frame, to the left of this scene. Death Valley is an amazing place.

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    Re: Sigma DP3M

    Another DP3M image from my trip to Death Valley NP in 2015. These are the Mesquite sand dunes with the Grapevine mountains in the distance.

    Converted from Raw to TIFF in SPP 5.5.3, processed in PS6 and B&W conversion with Topaz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    Another DP3M image from my trip to Death Valley NP in 2015. These are the Mesquite sand dunes with the Grapevine mountains in the distance.

    Converted from Raw to TIFF in SPP 5.5.3, processed in PS6 and B&W conversion with Topaz.

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    That is one of the best so far. Really nice composition and tones.

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    Re: Sigma DP3M

    Thanks Louis. There are so many incredible Sigma images here on GetDPI. I feel like I still have a long way to go re learning how to get the most from these cameras....especially in B&W.

    Gary
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    Re: Sigma DP3M

    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    Another DP3M image from my trip to Death Valley NP in 2015. These are the Mesquite sand dunes with the Grapevine mountains in the distance.

    Converted from Raw to TIFF in SPP 5.5.3, processed in PS6 and B&W conversion with Topaz

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