« on: April 27, 2012, 10:47:27 AM »
Today's release addresses your issue.
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Very nice shots all around. I'd bump the saturation on few of the shots but that's a personal preference.
what little graph thing do you have in mind? My feeling is you shouldn't have to do that on something worth $3500 but I am willing to try. As for clients, yes you are right, most wouldn't notice it, but my business isn't built on putting out portraits that I would be unhappy with. Again, with Mark ii body, non of this is an issue. As a business owner, I would have to say right now, unless there is a fix for this, the Mark ii is for me a better studio camera. There.
You may be right. Perhaps I got used to that look, but I really like it, however our Mark ii bodies are beyond their expected lifespan and we have multitude of weddings contracted for the summer. It has always sold well for us with the look out of the Mark ii, not a lot of post processing. Either way I don't think the redness in blonde hair should be happening. Looking at fixing it. LR profile already did the trick. Now looking at getting it fixed and looking good out of camera.
I really hope 85LII can be upgraded.
Not for the reason of its IQ, but its build quality regarding dust-proof, drip-proof, mechanical loose and front extension.....
If mk3 can solve some of these especially dust proof and loose...I shall buy it.
I don't expect to buy a L toy but has to worry about its build quality.
Street photography is one of the areas I enjoy - in particular photos of people - however I must admit I always hold back from taking the pictures I truly want to take because I feel nervous about taking photographs of the public.
For example, the other day I saw someone asleep on the metro so out came the camera, but I was paranoid that the guy would wake up or the passers by saying something to me. My heart was beating and the adrenaline pumping - I just took one picture and hoped for the best.
When I looked at the photo afterwards, there were so many ways I could have improved on it if I wasn't in such a hurry.
I guess I'm unsure if we're allowed to take pictures so brazenly of the public (admittedly in public places).
Has it ever happened to anyone where a member of the public has taken offence to having their picture taken?
This is a subject which has bothered me for years, and I'd love to hear peoples opinions: Is there an etiquette to street photography?
If people show they can't understand a simple posting mocking all the unnecessary attacks on Canon by writing misinformed angry responses then the solution is erase it? Interesting.
Bob, I removed the thread. I thought it was a very good post and liked it, but it resulted in a flame war starting, so rather than spend the time to remove all of the responses, I removed the entire thread. (There would have been nothing left after removing all the name calling posts and those that repeated them.
Its a shame when a perfectly legitimate thread is brought down by the kind of comments it was provoking.
As to the paranoid comments about censorship, it doesn't happen. Comments are removed because they are spam, trolling, or disrespectful to our members.
Please feel free to repost, and please report out of line comments.
As for threads being deleted, mods do that sometimes, but much more often I've noticed that similar threads are just merged together, so one or more seem to disappear but they really haven't.