10-02-2017, 01:27 PM
Quote:Is it not possible to copy and paste settings to multiple selections of photos in LR?I am not a lightroom user so can't tell, DXO is smart enough to do this however I prefer skin tones from DPP.
Oh, and btw. you were asking about the D850 if It can recover highlights? Of course it can and I'm very sure it does a better job here than any Canon currently available - although my believe is no scientific proof ^_^ . There's also an exposure mode to expose for the highlights - could be handy unless you're not taking pictures in scences with lots of artificial light (bulbs). Highlight recovery within 3 stops usually is no problem.
Enjoy your 7D II anyway.
And yes, there will always be out there cameras better than mine of course, but that has never been a problem, saturday I did my first wedding with 7D mkii and I am very pleased with its performance , however I was happy with the wedding itself not with the photos.
Allow me to go totally off topic: we have a patient (whose son is a lose friend of mine) hospitalized since two months who has been in critical condition several times in the last two months, his son was getting married saturday and normally he couldn't attend,nobody taught him his son was getting married, on saturday morning he knew accidentally and was very happy, then the nurse called me to say he was crying, we entered his room and saw the heartbreaking scene, I asked the nurses who would vounteer to go with me and take him to the wedding ?
To my surprise the head nurse, " Zaher" volunteered, so we arranged everything without telling the groom, and as he was waiting the bride to walk down the aisle suddenly in a great emotional moment it's his father on wheelchair accompanied by his doctor and nurse who showed, priceless moments... you imagine how the rest of the wedding ceremony went, when it starts with such an emotional moment of joy . The groom said seeing his father attending his wedding was the best moment of his life.