Ming Thein DP3 Merrill review

Started Jul 8, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Really good review

Antone wrote:

maceoQ wrote:

Really? I think the harsh microcontrast is the main problem when shooting portraits withe the Merrills.

It's easy to soften a sharp image. It's difficult to sharpen a soft image. All things being equal, I'll take sharp images over soft images.

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I was not talking about sharpness, but about micro contrast.
This asian woman, in real life, has a very smooth skin, but the DP2m makes it look harsh.

Thats why i often use the monochrome mode in such situations.

left side, normal SPP processing, right side monochrome processing, layered in PS

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