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What picture profile or customized profile is comparatively better for street photography? I have seen some Fujifilm user doing great with street photography and portrait. Is there any way to get that colour out of my Sony a6400? Is there anything to do with my white balance by customizing it? if yes then what is the setting? I need this help. I would be kind enough if someone help me. Thanks.
Hi! I just wanted to let you know that I did a comparison of the Hasselblad X1D, Fuji GXF, Sony a7R II, Leica M, and Fuji X-Pro2: http://www.romeobravophoto.com/medium-format-battle/ Then I sent back the Fuji GFX, and did another Fashion Editorial using the X1D, a7R II, and a Leica Q - while my wife used a Canon 5DS-R: http://www.romeobravophoto.com/hasselblad-x1d/ An excerpt from the first comparison: "After the first day, I was very disappointed. The image quality – the big reason for buying a big sensor camera – was not remarkably better than my smaller-sensor cameras! I also noticed artifacts when lifting the shadows on some of the GFX files (that did not show in the shots taken with the X1D and Sony a7R II). The images from the Leica M240 and the Sony a7R II held up VERY well in this part of the comparison. When I brought the comparison images up on my 1440p computer screen, I asked my wife to pick which ones were from the medium format cameras. She was never 100% correct." Then I started to use a 42" 4k HDTV... "I could finally see the 3D depth, tonal gradation, and gradual fall-off that medium format cameras are known for. " The bottom line is... I really couldn't tell the difference between the Hasselblad X1D and the Sony a7R II until I started viewing the shots on a 42" 4k screen. I created a Flickr ablbum here, so you could compare all of the shots I took (for both comparisons, plus others) in higher resolution: https://www.flickr.com/photos/romeobravophoto/albums/72157684149425073 Thanks!
Hi everyone, this is my second full thread here. The last time, I posted thread about landscape photography of lake Baikal during winter. This time, I will share my works from my two Japan trips during last autumn (around late October to early November last year) and summer (around late July this year). . . I processed all of my works by using adobe photoshop and/or adobe photoshop lightroom. . . All of my gears using during these two trips are as following; Sony A7 Sony A7s Sony Vario-Tessar FE T* 16-35mm f/4.0 ZA OSS Sony Vario-Tessar FE T* 24-70mm f/4.0 ZA OSS Sony FE 70-200mm f/4.0 G OSS Sony Sonnar FE T8 55mm f/1.8 ZA Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8 L II USM (with Metabones Smart Adapter EF to E mount Mark IV)……I used this lens during the autumn trip due to the FE 16-35/4 was just launched and I didn’t own one. . . PS. If you want to see these photos in larger version, please feel free to visit here https://www.flickr.com/photos/gift-of-light/ And, if you want to visit my prior thread, it is here http://www.sonyalphaforum.com/topic/861-subzero-playground-baikal-2015/ . . . “Autumn Heat” A7 + Canon 16-35/2.8
Hi all. First post here, so be gentle please. I'm an enthusiast level Fuji X user who ran into the limitations of the crop sensor this weekend when I had to print images in large sizes for the first time. This led me to a bunch of Googling, which eventually brought me to the Sony A7 line. I make no money from my photography but LOVE taking photos, processing, reviewing, etc... My question is this: the Fuji X line is fine for what it is, but I'm getting more and more into night photography, landscapes, and long exposures, and everything I read about the Sony A7 line and it's full frame sensor is positive. I can trade all my Fuji gear and get an A7 and a kit lens (or a 28mm prime) for a reasonable price. As I want something I'm going to grow into, I'm wondering if now is the time to jump to the mirrorless full frame game, and if so, which A7 would best suit me. Again, I'm not a pro, but an extremely avid enthusiast. Thank you for any help and input, and I hope to learn a lot from everyone here. Jason A. Westchester, NY