Real world example - lifting shadows

Started May 10, 2012 | Discussions thread
Mikael Risedal
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Re: Risedal and Kruse
In reply to rwbaron, May 12, 2012

This pictures has nothing to do with DR.
only to show that we are shooting different things .
Nothing else

rwbaron wrote:

Very nice images but I find it interesting that what you chose to post show no real challenge to a sensor (or need) for great DR with the possible exception of the bride and groom. The image of the leopard in the tree and I assume Yoko Ono have blown backgrounds but that appears to be a simple fact of a dull hazy or overcast sky. One could say that Yoko's black jacket is blocked up but why would you want detail as it would draw interest away from her face? I suppose you could argue that more usable DR would allow you to make these better photos but I can't envision that as I think they convey their meaning quite well without added detail in shadows or highlights.

I find it somewhat ironic but I'm sure you'll have some acerbic reply as you usually do with anyone that disagrees with you :|.

Bob

Mikael Risedal wrote:

, I have 1000 of pictures from Italy , medical sience photography has been my strong point

David Hull wrote:

That's definitely not Italy
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