Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by zapatista, Sep 18, 2013.
If only I could have shot this with some kind of Fuji product. My life would be complete.
Could you pull some of that stuff out in post processing
Here's another awful one with the Panasonic 14-42mm ii.
I'm being sarcastic....I'm sure Fuji has more room to pull highlights and shadows, but the G5 does just fine IMO.
If you wanted to open up those shadows, and you have the RAW file to work with, you most certainly could draw out plenty of color and detail.
Obviously, you like the images just as they are. Good camera, the G5. Sold mine, but it performed just great for me when I had it.
I like the second image more, BTW. Nice!
You had me fooled.
Assuming you did little to no post, I think LR could bring out a fair amount of shadow detail without much compromise.
I did some post and I like the shadows obscure in these 2, especially the 1st one.
I really enjoyed using the G5 too.
1st one w/a bit more PP:
My G5 sux too.
G5 can't suck because it does have an integrated EVF....
Wow it really sucks
I have never said anything like this about any camera except for older cellphone cameras though
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Terrible pics. Lets face it, Leica is the only mirrorless worthy of the name...
I like the first one best . . . those headlights are like wow!
Indeed, these are terrible... especially the 2nd one...
If you only had a full frame or another pro-photographer tool...
That's the trouble with satire, sometimes we, the great unwashed, end up believing you.
Nevertheless, I too think your G5 did a bang up job. Well done.
Thats the reason smilies were invented, Zapatista's sarcastic tone was completely missing over here.
Nice shots, a fantastic sunset exposed to show it's glory but I initially thought the lack of shadow detail was the supposed problem.
Beautiful gradation on the skies!
I am with Mike, You had me fooled too. When I first started to read this thread I thought to myself, 'Yes those photos are not great but I do not think it's the camera equipments fault.', but as Mike mike mentioned some PP in Lightroom could improve the images, and it did as apparent here
I like that reworked Image.. it makes the photo look more interesting with the sky looking more like fire.
Bummer! What can I say? Life is a Bitch.
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