Last week we took a ten-hour bus tour through Hokkaido during a crazy blizzard. I guessing it's always a blizzard in Hokkaido during the winter months, especially Sapporo which is the second most snowiest place on earth. I lived in the Rockies for several years back when I was in high school and I've never seen it snow like it did for the week I was in Hokkaido. The snow was so thick you could sometimes only see twenty to thirty feet ahead of you.
A few weeks ago I did a post showing how Sony has improved its color engine to give better white balance and color accuracy, especially in mixed lighting situations. Today I wanted to do a very quick comparison between the colors of the Sony A7r III and the Fujifilm X-Pro 2. As most know, Fujifilm is legendary at handling colors, but since nobody talks about camera colors, I thought this would make an interesting discussion.
With the crazy resolution of the Sony A7r III, I thought it would be fun to try out some photos with the 2.35 cinematic crop. I've done this in the past with my landscape photography using a 3:1 or 2:1 crop, but I've never done it with anything casual and the results are very cool and cinematic.