A few more from the RX1
Just locally around where I live in Melbourne.
Shooting into the light poses no problems as the files from this sensor had plenty of latitude to recover details from the shadows and highlights without the usual noise dilemma. There was plenty more room to push the file but that would have started to verge on HDR almost (to my eyes anyway)
I post below the original for reference
Trike around the kitchen - of course Dad. My youngest at play. Converts beautifully with wonderful tonal range in LR4
The AF ain't the fastest kid on the block - it failed me here as my daughter moved suddenly and quickly towards me. Pity .... I really like this image. I also noticed the AF can dance about a little when you really expect her to lock on. Didn't remember the light being that bad at the time. But still, coming from the manual focus camp with RF cameras, it didn't particularly bothered me. I can understand why some may feel differently.
But when she nails it ..... it's just sweet as
My better half ....... board game champion.
Thank you for taking the time.
|Valley by the light of a blue moon by cjf2|
from Down in the Valley
|Lake Erie Stone Pier by yobbyt|
from Dock or Pier