10.09.2015

I continue my exploration of the Panasonic Fz1000 and I must admit that I'm having fun with this camera. 4K video to follow in the near future.


A different way of shooting and a different buffet of focal lengths makes all-in-one cameras fun, full sun shooters. I took off some time yesterday to get over to the Graffiti Wall and take a few photos. It was the lull before the continuing storm of ACL Fest and the crunchy work calendar we've got in front of us this month. Most images here done in Jpeg with the lens at f4.5 and the focal length stretched out into the longer focal lengths. No big post processing beyond a bit of judicious sharpening. Still like the camera. Still like the Wall. 








7 comments:

PhotoDes said...

I suggest you try backing off just a bit on the saturation setting in the menu for JPEGs. The default in past Panasonic consumer cameras has resulted in a mean chroma saturation that is about 110%. It usually means more "pop" (not altogether bad).

Kirk Tuck said...

No. In fact, now that you've made that suggestion I'm going back in and adding more saturation. I might even play with the clarity slider. So there.

David Lobato said...

I loved seeing the Colorado state flag - not once but 2 times. It warmed my Colorado native heart.

Richard Leacock said...

"So there..." LOL

Well said :)

And by-the-by how's the "nano aquity"?

Cheers

amolitor said...

Kirk Tuck is basically the Mad Max of camera settings.

Gato said...

Little camera does a nice job. Of course, it's in good hands. Hope to see portraits from it soon.

Michael Matthews said...

Living with the ACL festival apparently would tax the patience of a saint.

Just read the NYTimes story on AirBnB and other party house rental agencies. Good grief! The scale of this could wreck any neighborhood.