02-29-2020 02:45 PM - edited 03-01-2020 09:58 AM
Well, honestly, im starting to think im crazy. You really dont see anything weird on that part of the hair you rightfulyl highlighted? thats not a normal out of focus, thats crazy, it has no details whatsoever, its like a mush of information instead of a what a normal out of focus hair (dreadlocks or not) should look like..
You are looking for detail in OOF areas of the mage that are lost in shadows. The hair looks like a tangled mess to me.
03-01-2020 10:17 AM - edited 03-01-2020 10:18 AM
What software are you using for RAW processing?
I believe he has previously said that the sample is a JPEG from the camera. But, something had to be done to the file in order to get it under the 5MB upload file size limit.
03-01-2020 11:16 AM
03-02-2020 07:05 AM
Yes, high workflow, social media requierements (instagram).
the photo is already 4 times higher than what instagrams requires. so no point making it larger.
I do raw L on weddings and more important shots like fashion, where i know there is a high chance for the photos to be printed larger or in better dpi.
03-02-2020 08:23 PM - edited 03-02-2020 08:26 PM
I use lightroom.
And when i shoot nightclubs i use jpg m size, thats why jpegs are small size. its only about an 11megapixel photo
Sorry, but that statement is complete nonsense.
Your initial "club" photo that you posted has full 24MP jpeg resolution, not 11MP. Yet, it has only a 2.5MB file size. The image has been highly processed. It has not come "straight from the camera" as you have claimed. Your credibility is zero in my book.
Like I pointed out earlier, a straight out of the camer JPEG file is too large to post in the forums. It HAS to be heavily processed. That is fact, which is not open to debate.
I call balls and strikes as I see them.
03-02-2020 08:42 PM
again you, always trying to help the least, just please...stop commenting on this thread, you are not helping anyone. straight out of the camera
also check out the megapixel calculator if you think you are so smart, 4160 x 2178 gives a 11 mp image... jesus..you are starting to get on my nerves cuestioning everything.