JohnLindroth

JohnLindroth

Lives in United States Summerville, SC, United States
Works as a Lifestyle Portrait Artist
Joined on Nov 23, 2008

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  • It's basically just an overexposure. I've had issues with yellow flowers overexposing like that on some of my photos. At that amount, I don't think post processing can bring it back. I've found ...
  • I have purchased some older Sigma lenses (50mm 2.8 EX Macro) with Canon mount, and it did not work with a Canon T2i. Luckily, I could send that lens into Sigma and have firmware updated. Some ...
  • I've been going through my archives, backing up, and eliminating lots of old raw files. I found this one in a directory from 2009. SD14 with 28-70mm f2.8 @40mm f7.1
  • My choice to buy a Sigma camera came from a scientific article I read about the Foveon sensor, perhaps before there was a camera around it. I'm techy type of person and decided that's what I ...
  • Pretty sure it's not an option. Other companies don't do it either, so I'm sure it's just not possible because of licensing.
  • Dave, I can definitely agree with your conclusion. Giving your photos a 'mat', does change my perception of an image on a screen. To me it adds a presentation to the image. I've seen a lot of ...
  • I really like some of these Vitée. Especially the Lake Glenmaggie, #0145 and the Blackburn photos. -John
  • I remember that test. I didn't understand it well enough then. Now, it would make sense as one of the only tests that make sense. When you want to know which camera has better resolution, for ...
  • This is prior to any fixing up edits in PS.
  • It would be okay for in studio product shots, but I would imagine lots of issues with subject or photographer movement.
  • I think it's the ACR choice in their technique. Makes no sense to me, but it's a free account, so you get what they give you, with little ability to request changes.
  • The fujifilm X series does a great job in low light / high iso
  • Jane, Either we are not communicating well, or you have worked with Sigma RAW files. When editing RAW files in SPP, one usually needs to change settings to 'see' the full set of information in the ...
  • Jane, It is true that if a RAW image is overexposed beyond the maximum values, then there is no information to gain. But the image you see on the screen, when processing a RAW image, is one ...
  • Johan, I think a quote from your post should be the response to every review of a Sigma/Foveon sensor camera: "Nobody has ever bought a Sigma/Foveon for its high ISO capabilities." -John
  • That is an amazing view. Thanks for sharing. Regarding TIFFs, the are lossless image files, so the size should be large, and with the new Quattro layers, they should be larger than RAW. -John
  • I've got a few ideas that might be useful from my own journey as a photographer. First is a really important part for submitting to Google: when I started on the home page, the title for the page ...
  • All good advice so far. I've purchased a lot of gear on eBay, and almost all my Sigma gear there. The only issue is the demand for older Sigma gear, and especially the older lenses, is not great. I ...
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