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    Quote Originally Posted by Russ Campbell View Post
    I'm going to guess that it's the second last portrait shot, only because it looks more staged.
    I agree, also because has that "macro" kind of look that often comes from MF cameras with lenses that can focus within a meter or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AnthonyFlores View Post
    I agree, also because has that "macro" kind of look that often comes from MF cameras with lenses that can focus within a meter or so.
    That's mostly due to the lower magnification factor of bigger sensors.
    The big amount of sharpening and compression makes it difficult for me to discern which is which.
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    Third shot as really shallow DOF, I'll go with Hassy on that one.
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    Good to see more of these editorial shoots happening on Epic. A shame the print side of the fashion industry claims to be so broke, there could be so many more of these.
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    They have been telling photographers they are broke for 50 Years now.... Somehow the cream of the crop still is out there shooting 250 days a year.
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    Would be nice to know which lenses the photograph Mark Seliger was using with Epic?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Coats View Post
    Good to see more of these editorial shoots happening on Epic. A shame the print side of the fashion industry claims to be so broke, there could be so many more of these.
    Once EPIC is out in force I suspect it will become THE cam for these kinds of jobs.

    Hey Matt, still working with DTouch?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanjin Jukic View Post
    Would be nice to know which lenses the photograph Mark Seliger was using with Epic?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Frank View Post
    Once EPIC is out in force I suspect it will become THE cam for these kinds of jobs.

    Hey Matt, still working with DTouch?
    Hey Robert, no I've picked up the family and moved to SF area. Those people who are shooting 250 days a year require a support staff 365 days a year. Taking a break from that to work on some new projects, currently hammock testing and house remodeling ;)
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