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Title: Tori and thoughts on resolution
Post by: drmikeinpdx on March 04, 2018, 09:17:37 PM
I've been shooting a lot lately with a 5D4 and the EF 24-70 F/2.8 Mark II.  My work doesn't require pixel-peeping, but I'm one of those photo geeks who can't resist.  I'm always in awe of the resolution I get with this camera/lens combination.  Of course I have to use my studio strobes to get this kind of detail.  My hand held available light results are much less sharp of course.

This first image is cropped a little.  The second one is approximately 1:1 with standard Lightroom sharpening.  ISO 100  F/4

(http://www.beyondboudoirphoto.com/img/s10/v115/p2769439075-6.jpg)


(http://www.beyondboudoirphoto.com/img/s9/v96/p2769439077-6.jpg)


I highly recommend the 24-70 II with any of the modern full frame bodies.
Title: Re: Tori and thoughts on resolution
Post by: razashaikh on March 05, 2018, 12:12:50 AM
Beautiful shots.
Title: Re: Tori and thoughts on resolution
Post by: Hector1970 on March 05, 2018, 06:22:04 AM
I use my 24-70 II a lot and it’s a great lens. The only thing it’s lacking is IS.
That would be useful.
Title: Re: Tori and thoughts on resolution
Post by: jolyonralph on March 05, 2018, 08:31:20 AM
Hand-held with the 24-70 f/2.8L II on the 5DSR taken from a moving car (don't worry - my wife was driving at the time).

Original image (scaled down) followed by 1:1 crop from this image:


Now, what's not to love about this combination?