mauro_franic Posted February 14, 2011 Share Posted February 14, 2011 <p>Here are the results of low light shooting.</p> <p>All film shots are straight from the scan without any processing. The only exception is the EI3200 Tmax that has a the curves pinched up in photoshop.<br> The 5DII file was converted with DPP with sharpness set to 4 and all the other setting to neutral.<br> Focus was on the front cheek so the eye is a little out of focus.</p> <p>Observations:<br> General: All film and digital shots are excellent in all areas.<br> Detail: B&W film has the best detail, followed by color negative. The 5DII comes last.<br> Dynamic range: Color film was the best. The 5DII and B&W pushed film probably tied in second place.<br> Grain (film only): B&W film was slightly more attractive and smoother than color negative. Both very nice.<br> Noise (5DII only): Minimal for the speed.<br> Contrast: B&W film has the highest (for good or bad), followed by color negative. The 5DII comes last.</p> <p>Enjoy. Technical questions welcomed.<br> Here is the link to see the crops at 100%.<br> http://shutterclick.smugmug.com/Photography/Portra-400-and-TMAX-400-G/15789423_WvenE#1188038015_zxSvM-O-LB</p> <p> </p><div></div> Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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