Vivid with the 645z

Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by sejanus, May 28, 2015.

  1. sejanus

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    Fantastic pics. Beautiful.
     
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    I love the first one especially but wow what a great set!
     
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    how long was the second last exposure?



    I did basically the same thing as last year. I went to the same spot, sat down and fired away. My set
     
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    Nice - looks like the Opera House is worth shooting again. The last few years have mostly just been video footage and kinda annoying to shoot.

    Nice stuff!

    Z...
     
  6. cbb1935

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    Loooooooooooove the resolution and colour reproduction of this camera.

    Soooooo good :)

    Thanks for sharing!
     
  7. Pinkeh

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    I miss the 2-3 minute pictures being projected onto the sails too
     
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    Nice. You seem to retain the highlights quite well. It is so easy to blow them in scenes such as these! Nice work.
     
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    cheers for the comments guys.

    15secs @ f11

    it's a interesting camera, it actually doesn't tolerate overexposure/blown highlights very well so you expose for the highlights which means the photos look very underexposed straight out of camera, and then you pull the shadows up in post. complete opposite to my canon gear.

    The lenses on this thing are spectacular even though they look old and clunky they whip arse optically.
     

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