Thomas Karlmann: I can see your no-use of flash can have some interesting effects. I would have lost the video-guy.
the no flash with a big buffer allows for 2-3 thousand pictures per wedding with an opportunity to shot the same picture with many color variations. Video guys are extremely annoying in Egyptian weddings as we have 4-5 videographers blocking the view with bulky old fashioned equipment and lights.
Thomas Karlmann: I like this shot. Why did you overexpose the dress?
This was the best balance of available light as the groom was getting underexposed. I can work on the raw file again but I think this was the best compromise at the time
Essai: I have not seen a single photo made with a Sigma camera than can match the IQ of a D800 or a 5DIII.
Please someone, posts a few "unique to Foveon" pictures in the Sigma forum so we all know that you are not blind.
i own nikon d4 d800 and pentax 645d pictures i make with the foven sensor are much better than my nikon and pentax. sigma cameras have superb sensors good lenses and very poor cameras. these are non professional cameras with incredible image quality. i enjoy using them and i love the picture quality but i cannot use it in a wedding or a professional setting.