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Not the most popular bar in town! But then it doesn't have any bar staff.

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This is a really nice and clean shot, Luc. Is this straight out of the Z6? To get this kind of look I would have to shoot HDR and then blend in Lightroom with Enfuse, which obviously takes quite a long time when you're shooting multiple frames on multiple properties. I am seeing some pretty amazing work from others using in-camera HDR from the Sony A-series, but... I really don't want to indulge Sony if I can help it. 

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Thanks Dallas, this image was processed from a Z6 Jpeg. These kind of images (interior with high dynamic range) are one of the reasons I wanted a full frame camera to supplement my other gear.

Nikon has perfected the Active D-lighting option, as I use Z6 Jpegs with minimal post processing the effect of the Active D-lighting (I use Low of Normal) is very welcome.

 

This is the sooc Jpeg

 

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And here the before/after, you'll notice the minimal post processing

 

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