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    • By Plantingchickens
      When I take photos with both my old A7s, and my A7sii Adobe does this auto grading to the images after importing them into Lightroom (also into Photoshop).  Normally the images are crushed by 1-2 stops, and contrast and saturation is added, ext.  
       
      Settings:
      Raw,
      Large Files,
      3:2
      SLog-3 (but have tired different Picture Profiles on my A7s and still did the samething)
       
      I had an issue with it auto cropping the images, but switched it from 16:9, to 3:2 in camera and it was fixed.  I'm hopping its some setting I'm over looking.  
       
      Anyone know why it does this, and know how to turn it off? I feel like I'm spending time trying to get back-ish to neutral instead of just editing the image. 
       
      Thanks!
    • By Plantingchickens
      When I take photos with both my old A7s, and my A7sii Adobe does this auto grading to the images after importing them into Lightroom (also into Photoshop).  Normally the images are crushed by 1-2 stops, and contrast and saturation is added, ext.  
       
      Settings:
      Raw,
      Large Files,
      3:2
      SLog-3 (but have tired different Picture Profiles on my A7s and still did the samething)
       
      I had an issue with it auto cropping the images, but switched it from 16:9, to 3:2 in camera and it was fixed.  I'm hopping its some setting I'm over looking.  
       
      Anyone know why it does this, and know how to turn it off? I feel like I'm spending time trying to get back-ish to neutral instead of just editing the image. 
       
      Thanks!
    • By Alex Timelapse
      I did an experiment at Times Square in New York using my sony a7s2 with a very old canon 20-35mm lens
      I used the Moza Air 3 axis gimbal with an external intervalometer attached to the camera , impressed with the results!!

       
    • By digitalsteve
      Drove 1600 miles round trip (about 4 hours of it off-road) to visit White Pocket, AZ. A very strange alien planet type landscape. These shots were taken with my Sony A7r, sony 35mm 2.8, ISO 800, f5.6, that I mounted to my S1000 octocopter.
       
      More can be seen on my personal facebook page https://www.facebook.com/steven.snyder.790/posts/10209248471603589?pnref=story
       
      I notice the uploaded versions appear slightly soft on this page, possibly a little better on Face Book.
       
      Thanks for viewing
      Steve


    • By verdantfilms
      Hey guys,
       
      Here is another example of the Sony a6300 with the Zhiyun crane v2.. this gimbal has come down in price with the crane 2 announced. Still, a very capable gimbal and Zhiyun continue to provide firmware updates to keep it up to date. 
       

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