'Clearly Different' Carmel Head, Irish Sea
This image is from another day trialling the Sony A7R2 with 16-35mm lens. This time I was shooting from the high cliffs of North Anglesey, during an intense sunlit afternoon.
Mega impressed with the sharpness and contrast and level of detail. I am also impressed at the minimal flare both with and without filters in front of the lens.
Less impressed by the canned camera profiles supplied, which when pulled down in ACR are either dull, too high in contrast or too saturated.
The canned profiles for the Fuji were so damned close to the real scene, and looked acceptable on both the EVF and on the profiled Eizo back at base.
I’ve been given some custom camera profiles from a fellow pro but they are not being recognised from the library folder I’m placing them in. I’ve heard from a few pros now that Sony colour profiles are just not what they could be. I’m happy to hear from Sony users who have resolved this issue.
I have to spend quite a time making adjustments now in Camera Raw AND PhotoShop to get back to what I saw in real life.