Canon 5D with EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L USM: IMG_0460

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    Canon 5D with EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L USM, standard picture-style.

    Original on RAW file.

    Camera Canon EOS 5D
    Exposure 0.017 sec (1/60)
    Aperture f/2.8
    Focal Length 70 mm
    ISO Speed 100
    Exposure Bias 0 EV
    Exposure Metering: Sekonic L-358 Incident Light Meter (incident mode with dome)

    Model: Uppekha Jain (Miss India Worldwide Canada 2007 / Runner-up Miss India Worldwide Canada 2008).

    starburst999, Joel Isaac, n'nicepix, and 9 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Dillan K 45 months ago | reply

      Wow, great shot! Your lighting really makes the colours pop!

    2. The Third-Eye (very limited INTERNET ACCESS) 45 months ago | reply

      Thanks, just took advantage of the soft light on an overcast day, no artificial light here.

    3. Rebecca Latson Photography [deleted] 38 months ago | reply

      This is a gorgeous shot and she is a stunning model. Very nice lighting.

    4. The Third-Eye (very limited INTERNET ACCESS) 38 months ago | reply

      Plain ole Sunshine on a Cloudy Day - nothing artificial. Thanks for appreciating Rebecca! RAW converted to JPEG in Canon's DPP.

    5. fogline:ipernity.com/photosfogline 35 months ago | reply

      great color saturation and clarity



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    6. The Third-Eye (very limited INTERNET ACCESS) 35 months ago | reply

      Thanks for appreciating fogline. I have found that, for me at least, when I use the standard picture style, I get vibrant saturation, and contrast and I don't need to play around with any post-processing. It's just a straight-forward RAW to JPEG conversion using DPP. In fact I prefer DPP over Adobe Photoshop, unless I want to use the advanced photoshop features, and even then I would rather do the raw conversion with DPP, and then transfer to photoshop as a TIFF file. When I use DPP I get consistent colour rendition. In my opinion, what has helped this shot is the soft light from the cloudy day, and incident metering. Also I think, we tend to under-estimate Canon's Standard picture style. For comparison, here is Canon's Portrait picture style, and you can see it is slightly redder:

      Canon 5D with Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L USM Bokeh - IMG_0326.  (Portrait Picture-Style), (parameters 2,0,0,0). (Model:  Uppekha Jain (Miss India Worldwide Canada 2007 / Runner-up Miss India Worldwide Canada 2008).

      and here is my own Natural skin picture style (the one on the right hand side):

      CANON PORTRAIT PICTURE STYLE VS. MY CUSTOM ONE (Model:  Uppekha Jain (Miss India Worldwide Canada 2007 / Runner-up Miss India Worldwide Canada 2008).

      Observe and compare the rendition of the skin tones by the various picture styles.

    7. BADRS 35 months ago | reply

      beautiful work



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    8. Photo--Graphy [deleted] 34 months ago | reply

      Superbe

    9. The Third-Eye (very limited INTERNET ACCESS) 34 months ago | reply

      Thank you for appreciating BadrS and Photo--Graphy!

    10. Damélio 34 months ago | reply

      "Satisfação"...
      Saudações do Brasil!

    11. The Third-Eye (very limited INTERNET ACCESS) 34 months ago | reply

      Obrigado por tanto para apreciar Sérgio!

    12. GILVANDRO GURGEL "Vera re te" 26 months ago | reply

      Vi sua linda fotografia no grupo
      I saw your beautiful photograph in the group
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      Obrigado pela bela contribuição ao grupo. Seja bem vindo!
      Thanks for the wonderful contribution to the group. Welcome!



    13. monika schaible 26 months ago | reply

      Fantástica


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