Hmm, I'm beginning to think the P25 portraits could have been done much better. Honestly, I think the focus was just missed, and could have been MUCH better.
For Your information T-1000, and for all the others. We developed all the files with the softwares mentioned in the site. And sharpening was turned off for all softwares. This is mentioned in the text too.
Many have argued about the P25-files and the sharpness.
And a hint for the reason comes maybe from a post before. When sharpening is totally off, some files look very soft. And different softwares might do different results too. (When I get home I will anyhow check the files of P25 to see if another file is sharper etc.)
Do You think we would have done better service by sharpening all the files? How much?
Tapletop-set was focused with help of computer since we shot these tethered (exept ZD and 5D).
Portrait-set was shot handheld.
Portraits were mainly taken to see the skincolors and to study how a certain combo can be used handheld. People in the studio get a lot of information both of the backs and also from different camerasystems. Sorry we canīt share this experience since You just have to do it Yourself - itīs the only way.
This was NOT a review or accurate test (this is mentioned several times) of pixels or lenses or microdetail. I would love to quide You to think also another aspect; how good these all cameras and backs are!
And as Yair said, it should be no problem for You to get cameras for Your own sessions. Just get together, make some calls to Your colleaques and give a try.
Thank You for all the response, and I promise to try answering Your question later too. (Iīm in the cottage 300 miles from home and this gprs is soo slow...)
regards, Sami Kulju