M.J.'s Fascinating Thailand

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Nice set of photos! There's lots to shoot in Thailand. In fact I think some of the best new street photographers are Thai and it's probably due to so many interesting visuals to shoot!
 
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Some excellent photos here. Very impressive sharpness and color from that Z50. Did you do much post processing on them?

I agree with Randy's comment about separate threads.
Thank you. I did just a bit pp, I set picture control to Portrait and active daylight to A, even it doesn't effect RAW, ( I shoot RAW), when I import into Lightroom the camera settings are in the RAW file embedded. So pp has a good starting point such as mostly crop, Highlights reduce, and maybe WB changes. and add texture.

When I got the z50 last Saturday I did some quick test-shoots. In LR I was not happy that much compared to my Oly Rawfiles. But then I saw that all settings, that time settings by default, were embedded. So I did test of all Picture Control presets and for me the Portrait worked the best. I just changed after that Temple shoots Active Daylight off, cos I need shadows in the shadow. Active Daylight did a good job and lightened it up, but
to much for my taste.
 
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Thank you. I did just a bit pp, I set picture control to Portrait and active daylight to A, even it doesn't effect RAW, ( I shoot RAW), when I import into Lightroom the camera settings are in the RAW file embedded. So pp has a good starting point such as mostly crop, Highlights reduce, and maybe WB changes. and add texture.

When I got the z50 last Saturday I did some quick test-shoots. In LR I was not happy that much compared to my Oly Rawfiles. But then I saw that all settings, that time settings by default, were embedded. So I did test of all Picture Control presets and for me the Portrait worked the best. I just changed after that Temple shoots Active Daylight off, cos I need shadows in the shadow. Active Daylight did a good job and lightened it up, but
to much for my taste.
That is very interesting. I didn't think Lightroom could understand Nikon Picture Controls.
 
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