Dynamic Range: D5100/D7000

Started May 21, 2011 | Discussions thread
Zane Paxton
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Re: Recent findings
In reply to drwho9437, May 24, 2011

drwho9437 wrote:

Sorry I missed the sentence in between the images, if you have any good examples of the D7000 that are landscapey that would be most helpful. Shots with a bright sky and deep shadow.

Sorry, I haven't done that many landscapes yet... just used it extensively on my recent Vacation to Budapest and Venice which are more urban/architectural shots.
http://www.pbase.com/devonshire/european_vacation_2011

My discipline around bright skies in landscapes is still to use the ND grads where possible. Getting the exposure right in the first place is always better than trying to compensate in PP.

This is about as extreme as it gets; bright sun on white marble and the deep shadows in the arcade---that is probably 13-15/stops!

Here's one straight into the setting sun:

I was pleased how well it handled mid-day shots, although the clouds helped allot as did the polarizer.

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