larryj

larryj

Lives in United States Denver, United States
Works as a Consultant
Joined on Dec 23, 2006

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  • Thanks for the comparison shots Rick:  Boy, both cameras look very good with lots of detail and sharpness.  The Quattro produces a warmer image particularly in the yellows and greens.  It would be ...
  • Yeah, the more I use this lens the more I fall in love with it! I have shot the 18-35 mm lens over the whole range and would be very surprises if the 24 mm Art lens is any better, and we will see ...
  • Here is a DP1Quattro from a few days ago.  The image shows a lake scene with a couple fishing out on a point in the lake.  A nice peaceful day at the park ;) For you pixel peepers that is a ...
  • Replied in last of winter
    Very nice image Barry:  I did not know you got that much snow any neck of the woods ;)
  • Here is a image I took at Red RocksPark in January after a fresh snow.  Taken with the SD1M and the 18-35 mm lens at 18mm.
  • Hello Sigma Shooters: Another week has come and gone and it is time to share our photos for the forth week in March of 2015. Let's continue this new year in great fashion by sharing lots of new ...
  • Here is a new image from the DP1Q that was shot on manual focus and processed in SPP at the default settings and then exported as a high quality jpeg.  Much better resolution in the background on ...
  • I used NEAT noise reduction software.
  • Replied in Thanks Hardy:
    I may have missed the distance focus a bit as I used manual focus to try and keep the foreground branches sharp. I have worked out the manual focus on the 18-35 mm lens through lots of trial and ...
  • I just got my hands of a DP1Q on a loan from Kendall.  I went to a local park to do a few test shots and came away with a much better feeling for the Q then my earlier experience.  The think the ...
  • Very nice image Vitee:  You really captured a sense of the sitter's character in that portrait.  Thanks for sharing :)
  • Beautiful image Brad, thanks for sharing.  I look forward to seeing more from you trip to the Sedona area. ;)
  • Nice image Brian:  I like the way the branches stand out against the dark background.  Thanks for sharing ;)
  • Thanks D Cox:  Yes the tree on the left is the same one from the previous image, this image taken a few meters up the trail from the previous shot. I reduce the sharpening in SPP to -1.0 and added ...
  • Here is another shot with he SD1M and the 18-35 mm lens. I really love this lens ;) Ahh .. Spring time in the Rockies (This week, anyway) :)
  • Hello Sigma Shooters: Another week has come and gone and it is time to share our photos for the third week in March of 2015. Let's continue this new year in great fashion by sharing lots of new ...
  • Replied in Sorry Brian:
    I forgot to post the bandaids with the image :)  My bad!
  • Beautiful image aquapell:  Thanks for braving the cold weather to get that image for all us fair weather shooters on the forum ;)
  • Thanks for looking and commenting D Cox. I used the default sharpening in SPP which is really too much.  I have to remember to lower the sharpening in SPP to -1.0 when developing the raw files, ...
  • The quality of images produced with the SD1M and the 18-35 mm Art lens never cease to amaze me.  At 19 mm it matches the DP1M and is maybe a little sharper in the corners.  Here is an example of ...
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