Jay von sonyalphalab.com hat die neue RX100 im Illustration” Modus getestet. Den Modus kann man in drei Stufen betreiben, wobei die stärkste Einstellung kein real-wirkendes Foto hinterlässt. Jays Meinung nach die beste und spaßigste Einstellung. Zwei bis Drei Sekunden müsse man warten, bis der Modus über das vorher aufgenommenen Foto den Illustrationseffekt drüberlegt. So, wie Jays Beispielbilder aussehen, lohnt sich aber das Warten.
The Sony RX100 is incredible powerful and this new Illustration Mode feature that Sony has come up with is incredible!! I can honestly say it’s one of the best in camera processing features I’ve ever seen and blows away even AutoHDR in it’s power and killer results. I don’t know how Sony made this mode looks so organically drawn, but it does no matter what I take a picture of. I included so many sample photos in this Article, because ever time I took a shot the results blew me away!
What is especially interesting to me about the illustration feature is how it blends the original colors with the illustration give it more realism, yet less colors. You can see this more on the close-up portrait shots of my Nephews. The skin tone blending in combination with the hair detail is awesome and compelling. The processing also takes out any noise that may be present as well as lens flaws like chromatic aberrations. It also balances out the image nicely with the correct contrast and saturation. Very impressive Sony!!
The illustrations also seem to have this organic look to them that I have never seen before in a painting or cartoon program. Mind you I don’t have that much experience with turning photos into cartoons They actually look hand drawn to me!!
Hier ein paar Bilder: