How Nikon colors changed over the years.

Started Jan 20, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Does it really matter?
In reply to Novens2, Jan 22, 2013

Novens2 wrote:

Sometimes we are talking about the look we like and would say most wedding photographers I see posted here aren't really aiming for realistic skin tones and colors but the look they like. Eno I believe was referring to matching a look between cameras and that can be quite important. I myself am hoping for some change in tonal range with the new sensors made by toshiba, that they will hopefully focus on the highlights verses the shadows which in my opinion would help with the skin tones but the. Examples on nikon us seem to say otherwise horrible skin tones and color.

As a wedding photographer I prefer realistic skin tones, that's why it's important for me to have the cameras too match. If my clients want unrealistic colors then they can do it themselves. I'm one who thinks Nikon don't give you the best skin tones. But that's just my opinion.

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