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First model shots with 20D
Old 04-04-2005, 05:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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And I have to say I really like this new camera. Only editing done is slight levels adj. and resize.

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Re: First model shots with 20D
Old 04-04-2005, 01:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'll be sure not to let my hubby see this post...he'll start drooling, not over your wife although she is beautiful, but over the camera. Our problem with upgrading is we have two 10d's to have to upgrade.

#1 I think should be cropped right at the arms, just up a little.

#2 is very nice. Love the colors.

#3 is the best imo. I love the angle of her head. Very attitudish and sexy at the same time.

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Re: First model shots with 20D
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i'm assuming you shot the B&W pics using the 20D in B&W mode. Do you see an advantage (not counting time savings) in shooting in this mode versus converting in post?
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Re: First model shots with 20D
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Yes I did shoot them in B&W mode. I think time in post is really the biggest advantage. Also, if I am shooting for someone that wants B&W and I want to give them the CD right after the shoot it is a nice way to do it.
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thanks. so... you don't see any difference in the way it handles contrast or in resolution? (as opposed to converting in post.) out of curiosity, how big are the files in B&W mode versus color?
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The size of the file off the card really doesnt appear to be much different between color or B&W. Contrast and resolution doesnt appear to be much different. This was the first time I used it for a shoot so I am not fully familiar with all the preferences that I can change in B&W mode.
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hmmmm... i'm certainly not an engineer, but, if out of the camera, the size of the color files and B&W files are almost the same, that might mean the resolution (for the B&Ws) is improved over conversion. color images, generally, contain significantly more info (and require more storage space, i.e., larger files) than monochrome images. you've probly noticed that, when you convert to monochrome, the file sizes are much smaller. i'm just thinking out loud here and, like i said, i'm no engineer, but it seems to me the more data captured should result in a better resolution image.
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That makes sense to me. I am just not seeing it in the file size. I definately see it when I convert color to B&W in post but not out of the camera with the 20D. Does that mean they are better resolution? I dont know... All I know is I like the images out of the 20D better then I did the 10D.
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It probably means that they are RGB files with the full amount of data rather than greyscale. I haven't tried the B&W straight out of my 20d because I shoot RAW and you only get the B&W in the jpgs. The RAW files are still color.

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but if i'm not mistaken, when you convert an image using the channel mixer, the image is still RGB. But the file size is certainly not as big as a color RGB when that's done. if the 20D produces greyscale images that are still RGB, why are the file sizes still big? i know that file size has to do with more things than just color versus monochrome, e.g., if you shoot someting that's more complex and has more detail, like stadium stands filled with people or a tree with thousands of leaves, the file size will be larger versus shooting something simple like flesh tones against a seamless but, uhh... jeez, like i said, i'm not an engineer and now i've made my head hurt trying to figure this out.
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