AA filters do not reduce noise.
Yes, in the low light scene, the exposure is the same. At ISO 1600, the 70D seems slightly cleaner in most of the tonal range but not in the deep shadows. On the other hand, the 7D2 is just darker...
The 7DII was exposed 1/3 stop more. The difference is most visible at ISO 3200.
Perfect to get watercolor rendering.
Virtually identical to the 70D in low light performance (the 7DII got a bit more light). All Cannon claims of substantial noise improvements are just baloney.
Canon offers hundreds of style/contrast/saturation combinations for JPEG shooters.
Beautiful and very tastefully done. Composition, balance and location of the light sources, the use of the 16mm UWA, avoiding the temptation to boost the saturation and the local contrast, not...
It can't (exactly). The sensor sees a 3D space only, and the filter changes that.
I does not. It is basic color theory.
It is news, of course, thank you for posting it.
The sensor with the warming filters sees something that the same sensor with no warming filter sees. Do not forget the color filters of the sensor.
The sensor with the warming filters sees something that the same sensor with no warming filter does not see. Do not forget the color filters of the sensor.
Despite the "just adjust the WB" comments, you can NOT replicate the warming polariser colors after the fact. Such a filter sees a different part of the spectrum. I stopped using my Hoya CP ("Pro",...
It looks as a back-lit scene to me, I can see some shadows. I am not sure that is a typically overcast scene.
So you did NOT see mediocre shadows in the posted samples?
Which pushed shadows look mediocre? Post a link, please.
I was writing my post at the time you were writing yours.Since there are no studio comparisons yet, this is what we have now.BTW, I hope that you will control the light received from now on in...
I was writing my post at the time you were writing yours.
Since there are no studio comparisons yet, this is what we have now.
BTW, I hope that you will control the light received from now on in...
Many photos are processed with somewhat extreme LR settings (white = -100%, etc.). Hard to say much about the sensor that way. There is too much noise at some low ISO and almost the same noise at...
@Frank Hoff: Exactly. That is why this "news" belongs to CR.