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10-06-2016, 06:56 AM   #46
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These are all pretty much SOOC:
Wonderful light and colours! Those treetrunks are notoriously hard to get properly exposed in such light.

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I took this at the weekend. Also SOOC.
Nice demonstration of the detail you can get g\from the GR at f/2.8. Interesting point of view!

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QuoteOriginally posted by deadwolfbones Quote
These are all pretty much SOOC:
Are these pictures done with the Standard-Jpeg setting or is this with the Positive-Filter? (As far as I remender, you wrote somewhere, that you use the Positive Filter much often.) ;-)
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Yep, Positive Film effect on all of those.
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Definitely beautiful colors with the Positive Film Effect. I have to make some shots with this Effect to compare them with my custom color setting. ;-)

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I use the positive film effect fairly regularly on my GR. I usually find the high contrast b&w to be far too much, but the normal b&w is quite nice. As many have mentioned over the years, the GR cameras have always had a digital grain structure that's really pleasing and film-like.

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Trying a new setting for SOOC-jpg in an abandoned building, near my city:







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Trying a new setting for SOOC-jpg in an abandoned building, near my city:






Man, those are very nice. Thanks for sharing!
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Trying a new setting for SOOC-jpg in an abandoned building, near my city
lovely colours,
would you like to share your settings?

Rick

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lovely colours,
would you like to share your settings?

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Sure!

It's one of my personal settings (modes MY*), set to:

- TAv
- ISO Auto
- DR Auto
- Effect: Positive Film
- Positive Film settings:
- Saturation: 4
- Contrast: 8
- Sharpness: 8
- Vignetting: 0
- Exposure metering: Center
- White balance: Multi-P Auto
- Exposure compensation: -0.3

I'm playing with these settings yet, but these are close to what I like

There's just one setting I'd love if the GR will allow us to set: perspective (lens) correction. In photos like that with the huge deposits I'm tempted to go for the RAW just to correct the perspective

-- Alvaro

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Sure!

It's one of my personal settings (modes MY*), set to:
Thanks! Always interesting to see what settings people use. I rarely change settings before I shoot - tending to shoot raw and then develop jpegs in-camera (or in Lightroom when I can), thus most often using different settings for each image. My JPEG setting in raw+ is usually "vivid", though.
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Thanks! Always interesting to see what settings people use. I rarely change settings before I shoot - tending to shoot raw and then develop jpegs in-camera (or in Lightroom when I can), thus most often using different settings for each image. My JPEG setting in raw+ is usually "vivid", though.
Yes, I've used to shoot RAW the last years, and process all my photos (I use Darktable, am a Linux user). But the GR has so many configuration settings for the JPG that I'm working on get a configuration close to my RAW process results

If just the camera would correct the perspective in the direct JPGs... I think I'd avoid RAW processing in most of my pics.

Anyway, I'm shooting RAW+JPG, just in case
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Trying a new setting for SOOC-jpg in an abandoned building, near my city:
Very nice! Thank you.
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Alvaro, i like you settings.I also use to shoot raw but this little thing seems very capable , so good idea to try to tweak it a bit to ensure it delivers it just JPG potential

Interesting thread More I read it more i'm loving this GR .. I think it will be mine soon. :-)

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QuoteOriginally posted by aremesal Quote
Sure!

It's one of my personal settings (modes MY*), set to:

- TAv
- ISO Auto
- DR Auto
- Effect: Positive Film
- Positive Film settings:
- Saturation: 4
- Contrast: 8
- Sharpness: 8
- Vignetting: 0
- Exposure metering: Center
- White balance: Multi-P Auto
- Exposure compensation: -0.3

I'm playing with these settings yet, but these are close to what I like

There's just one setting I'd love if the GR will allow us to set: perspective (lens) correction. In photos like that with the huge deposits I'm tempted to go for the RAW just to correct the perspective

-- Alvaro
Thanks for sharing....
I have not played around with the Positive settings yet, this definitely helps.
With Vivid I up the saturation and contrast to 6, for pleasing results

Enjoying the GR shooting experience.

Rick
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I discovered, that for my taste the clarity filter works fine for Landscape in some Situations. This is an example SOOC (just a little bit cropped, afterwards).

T.

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