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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulyss Bowman View Post
    Here is my initial report of the DP3 Merrill. Enjoy the read (and pardon my French, this is my first review ever ^^). Once I have finished my mountain of work I will share photos with you and we will speak less technical

    Sigma DP3 Review
    I can still see green parts (wall / model hands)

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    Splendid review, Hulyss.
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    Great review Hulyss and gorgeous studio shots.
    Thank you guys

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    Some DP3M shots.
    Will be a major struggle to resist this camera.
    Welcome to the club Ustein and very nice photos

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    Great review.

    One question which applies to both studio and any tripod work. How do you fire the shutter? There is not remote cable as far as I am aware. I really would like a remote shutter release for my landscape work. At present I just set the delay timer to 2 seconds.

    LouisB
    For now, if my shoots are over 1/50 of a sec, I use my fingers. Otherwise, I use the timer. I do not see any need of other trigger (for now). I'm sure some smart *** will find a way to accommodate a cable release trigger on a M

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    I can still see green parts (wall / model hands)
    I invite you to calibrate your monitor (as I do every days). There is no green parts on the wall and what is blue/green on the hand is just because I used tree different light sources, one of them was 1k higher in temperature. The problem is due to my set up, not the camera

    But please, I think we, here, are enough educated to not go into endless technical discussions. I started it, yes, but because it is necessary to understand the beast. Now I prefer orientating the thread on composition and photo only, to respect the spirit of GDPI forums. Hope you understand
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulyss Bowman View Post
    Here is my initial report of the DP3 Merrill. Enjoy the read (and pardon my French, this is my first review ever ^^). Once I have finished my mountain of work I will share photos with you and we will speak less technical

    Sigma DP3 Review
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    Quercus ilex and bench :



    Pseudotsuga douglasii on moss :

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    Re: Sigma DP3M

    I can't see any green cast.
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    Thanks for the review Hulyss! Looks like a great camera too.

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    I can't see any green cast.
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    The power of "NO" :-). Would be interesting a world with fewer "no"s.







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    I can't see any green cast



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    But the colors are not real :-).
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    After reading Hulyss`review and going through the examples in this thread I just ordered one from B&H in NY. It looks as if my future travel bag will be full of fixed lens cameras. DP2M, DP3M, RX1, RX100. Time to sell the unused gear.

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    What is the Firmware-Version on your dp3 merrills?

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    The DP3 run his original firmware: 1.00

    Starting to love this little thing Hope to see more photos of you guys !

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    Hulyss, this last shot is just breathtaking. There is almost a film-like quality to it. I'm sold.

    Please can you share the lighting set-up you are using?

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    Hulyss, this last shot is just breathtaking. There is almost a film-like quality to it. I'm sold.

    Please can you share the lighting set-up you are using?

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    Hello Big louis,

    Of course I can share my lighting set-up The Main source is an Elinchrom® Rotalux Softbox Octa 100 cm modified to fit Nikon SB910 flash inside the Quadra Reflector Adapter RQ-EL. I tested the Quadra system (Ranger RX) and I laughed hard compared to the flexibility of the Nikon Speed light system, even in bright sun light. I didn't yet finished the head modifications but it will be ok this week with the possibility of changing the inside deflectors.

    There is an another SB910 on the floor set on minimum power, as slave, firing onto an home made reflector, a plastic base covered with Diamond Diffusion Mylar (far more efficient than most photo gear reflector, even more efficient than my Broncolor para 88).

    Well, I'm always into strange light experimentations
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    Interesting as it looks almost surreal.
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    Interesting as it looks almost surreal.
    Yea !! That's foveon. I can't wait to print it on A3+ but first I need to wait my new paper. I do not really like the HAHNEMÜHLE Photo Rag Pearl ... for this price I got not that good results (I print on R3000).

    But, I tested a piece of CANSON Photo Infinity Photosatin RC and ... bang !! Very nice. Very very nice (or maybe their profiles are more just than Hahnemüle ...).

    Once I have the paper I will show how it render.
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    A 4 shot pano,


    _SDI0114 Panorama by the urban picasso, on Flickr


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    Re: Sigma DP3M

    Newest addition (taken with NEX 7)
    DP3M and Voigtländer 75 mm optical finder:


    DSC03712.jpg by W.Utsch, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    Newest addition (taken with NEX 7)
    DP3M and Voigtländer 75 mm optical finder:


    DSC03712.jpg by W.Utsch, on Flickr
    I have the same viewfinder and I'm waiting for my DP3M to arrive. Curious to know how this setup will work for shooting casual portraits using the viewfinder with face detection enabled.
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    @Carl (Scho):
    Thats what i will test it for. But no time yet. The finder is very fine and looks good on the 3
    @Uwe:
    Perfect use of the DP3M, i like landscape, cityscape, structures with a little longer lens!
    Right now no possibility to go out - winter came back in central Europe!

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    The Main source is an Elinchrom® Rotalux Softbox Octa 100 cm modified to fit Nikon SB910 flash inside the Quadra Reflector Adapter RQ-EL.
    Looooove the 39 (100cm) DO.

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    The DP3M arrived today. A few walkabout shots on an overcast day. All on tripod at f/8. Click for full size original image. Very little post processing of images exported to LR from SPP.













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    I have looked at a whole bunch of JPEGs on the web from the DP2M and DP3M, and there is consistently something about the images that I find remarkable. They seem to have an almost 3D quality. They feel "real". You can almost feel the texture in the objects in the photograph. I am very impressed. This is not just about resolution. I have an IQ180 with lots of megapixels and I know what lots of resolution looks like.

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    > They seem to have an almost 3D quality. They feel "real".

    Thats it.
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    There is a major downside of the DP*M cameras. I don't need my own sharpening :-)
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    How do you like nr3 Uwe? I mean the DPm3 :-)

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    You mean DP3M? I like it a lot but only did handheld shots. I think it is at least as good as DP2M. Will send it back soon though. We are debating to buy one.
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    Re: Sigma DP3M

    I tend to wider and wider lenses, but this sure looks tempting too.
    I have to change my habit of shooting for it.

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    I think the DP2M is most versatile (about 50mm) for me, The DP1M is most often too wide and the DP3M is nice. In the old days Nikon in the 1970s we loved the 85mm the most. But you style I think would also be open for the DP1M.
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    You mean DP3M? I like it a lot but only did handheld shots. I think it is at least as good as DP2M. Will send it back soon though. We are debating to buy one.
    Stop debating. I know you want it






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    That's funny, I used to photograph with a Nikkormat in the early 70ths and the only lens I had was the 105/2.5
    Costed a fortune but I loved it and still have it. Actually I inhereted another one and have two now.

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    >That's funny, I used to photograph with a Nikkormat in the early 70ths and the only lens I had was the 105/2.5

    We had two F2s with 85mm and 105mm (we are two people).
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    Winter in France again hè! Snow does make one think in B&W. Nice!

    Not really a debate more an exchange of opinions.

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    Winter in France again hè! Snow does make one think in B&W. Nice!

    Not really a debate more an exchange of opinions.

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    I'm not done with B&W !!!
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    You B&W work is excellent. What are your main tools?
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    I first edit the most I can in SPP (or LR with Nikon gear) then I tweak in that Paint.NET - Free Software for Digital Photo Editing.

    If I'm happy, I'm happy (normal you would say ) If I'm not happy I make a run into CS6 and try to find what I want, but generaly it work out 95 % of the time nicely out of Paint.net.
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    Paint.net is windows only right?
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    Paint.net is windows only right?
    Unfortunately for mac users ... yes
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    Stop debating. I know you want it




    (No, this is not dust spot, this is snow falling).

    Banding in the sky? Anyone? Buehler...? Buehler...? Anyone?

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    Thats a shallow DOF!..and very nice colours!
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    A few more DP3M shots from yesterday's trial shoot.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulyss Bowman View Post
    I first edit the most I can in SPP (or LR with Nikon gear) then I tweak in that Paint.NET - Free Software for Digital Photo Editing.

    If I'm happy, I'm happy (normal you would say ) If I'm not happy I make a run into CS6 and try to find what I want, but generaly it work out 95 % of the time nicely out of Paint.net.
    Hi Hulyss,

    Why not just take a run into CS6 and call it a day! What's the advantage of Paint.NET?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pophoto View Post
    Hi Hulyss,

    Why not just take a run into CS6 and call it a day! What's the advantage of Paint.NET?

    Thank you,
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    Hello Po,

    Paint.net is free. That mean I can travel to see a client every where on this planet, downloading it, installing it on whatever machine and then obtain the same rendering.

    Even if I can pay many gear, I tend to rely more on my skills and "analogue/biological" things than technology because, even in "foodwork", I tend to always work at an artistic level.

    But I'm a commercial photographer. In my head there is a conflict between commercial (money) and artistic (sharing).

    Well, you get it. I'm a bit touched
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulyss Bowman View Post
    Hello Po,

    Paint.net is free. That mean I can travel to see a client every where on this planet, downloading it, installing it on whatever machine and then obtain the same rendering.

    Even if I can pay many gear, I tend to rely more on my skills and "analogue/biological" things than technology because, even in "foodwork", I tend to always work at an artistic level.

    But I'm a commercial photographer. In my head there is a conflict between commercial (money) and artistic (sharing).

    Well, you get it. I'm a bit touched
    I honestly get it, but since you have CS6 I wondered why!
    Honestly it doesn't matter what you use, like you say, it's all in the art and I agree.

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    This because I'm weak !!

    Moss on pink granite wall :

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    Re: Sigma DP3M

    Got my DP3M last night and did a quick stress test to see how the camera compares to the DP2M.
    Shot macro in golden hour southwest laser like light. Usually shoot this light around -.7 but tried +.7 to see what havoc I could create. Sun was at 2 o'clock.
    Unfortunately shot hand held (dont have an L plate yet) and did'nt stop to check if my Dp2M L plate/grip fits. I assume it should.

    Auto WB fairly accurate (maybe a bit warm) and processed using vivid colors. Vivid colors may have some more use now.

    Jury still out if desaturated shadows like DP2M. I clipped them to make the shot more presentable.

    Interesting bokeh ... Heptagon collage anyone?

    Overall me likey.

    SPP settings below plus some medium contrast tone curve adjustments in LR.



    Exposure Mode: A - Aperture Priority AE
    Exposure Compensation: +0.7
    ISO Setting: 100
    White Balance Setting: Auto
    Color Mode: Vivid (ex-Neutral)
    Flash: Off
    Shutter Speed: 1/50
    Aperture Value: F4.0
    Metering Mode: Evaluative Metering
    Focus Setting: AF-S - Single Auto Mode
    Focal Length: 50 mm
    Resolution: HI
    Drive Mode: Single Frame Shooting
    Camera: SIGMA DP3 Merrill
    Firmware Version: 1.00.4.6925

    X3F Settings
    Exposure: -1.5
    Contrast: +0.4
    Shadow: -0.7
    Highlight: -1.7
    Saturation: -0.1
    Sharpness: -0.4
    X3 Fill Light: +0.5
    Color Adjustment: 0
    Chroma NR: 0.00
    Luminance NR: 0.25
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